Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a convenient way to receive updates from a website. Culinate offers RSS feeds for use in news readers, blogs, and supported browsers.

Main RSS feed

To be sure you see all of Culinate’s content, subscribe to the Main RSS feed, which provides a consolidated news feed from Culinate.

RSS feeds by department

To receive updates in a specific area only, subscribe to RSS feeds by department.

ArticlesColumnsRecipes, Books and Community
Our Table Kitchen Limbo Featured Recipes
Features Local Flavors Book Reviews
The Culinate Interview Health+Food Book Excerpts
First Person Front Burner Dinner Guest Blog
Opinion Unexplained Bacon Local 50
Sift Fritter
Culinate 8 Alerts
The Produce Diaries

Alternatively, you’ll find the feed link in many places on Culinate. Create a feed directly from a page by clicking on the RSS link.

More information

For more information on RSS, we recommend you read the New York Times article “Fine-Tuning Your Filter for Online Information.” Also, check out Paul Stamatiou’s Tech-News-Guides, a comprehensive overview of RSS that makes it very simple to understand.

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