Serious Eats

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Serious Eats
Web address
Type of site
Available in English
Created by Ed Levine

Serious Eats is a website and blog focused on food enthusiasts, created by food critic and author Ed Levine.


The site consists of "Serious Eats", a news and commentary section; "Recipes", which gathers and curates recipes from cookbook writers, chefs, and the community; "Eating Out", an advice section; and "Talk", the community forum.

Related sites[edit]

The Serious Eats family of sites also includes "Serious Eats: New York" and "Serious Eats: Chicago"; "Slice", for pizza-related information "A Hamburger Today", a hamburger blog; "Drinks," "Sweets," and "Photograzing",for sharing their food photography.

Critical reception[edit]

Serious Eats was ranked #17 on Time magazine's list of the 50 Best Websites.[1] Serious Eats was the recipient of two James Beard Foundation awards in 2010 for Best Food Blog, and Best Video Webcast.[2]