Epicurious is the home of Bon Appétit and Gourmet on the web. Search for recipes by main ingredient, course, holiday or season. Most recipes are reviewed by people who cook from the site – you can learn a lot from reading about others’ past experiences.
Real Simple is a lifestyle magazine with a food section, and most of their recipes can be prepared in 30 minutes or less. Their recipes use convenience foods like rotisserie chicken and canned beans, but also stress fresh ingredients.
Lynne Rossetto Kasper’s The Splendid Table website provides information about her radio show (available as a podcast on the site) and tons of recipes. Her recipes are drawn from her many cookbooks and guests on the radio show.
Rachael Ray has built a resource for cooks looking for quick and easy meals. Her site has many recipes for 30-minute meals and can be searched by main ingredient, main course, preparation time and more.
Ree Drummond, The Pioneer Woman, blogs from her home on a cattle ranch in the Midwest. Each of her recipes is illustrated with multiple photographs showing what each step of the process looks like. She shows you what she feeds her family every day and her clear voice and instructions make it easy for you to do the same.
Everyday Food is one the magazines in the Martha Stewart Living family. The recipes are generally family friendly and they provide many make-ahead and quick dinner options. The recipe slideshows provide inspiration for when you aren’t sure what to make for supper.
Cooking Light has a huge database of healthy recipes. Their slideshows are a nice way to get ideas for dinnertime. There are many vegetarian options and they also provide options for those on special diets.
How2Heroes is a site full of cooking videos. There are a lot of different recipes to be found, but the most valuable part of the site is being able to watch chefs and home cooks show you how to make a dish.