RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication" and is an XML-based format used to syndicate and distribute content. Epicurious offers numerous RSS feeds for use on news websites, blogs, and news aggregators. These feeds contain headlines, short summaries, and links back to for the full article. Our RSS feeds are completely free to access and follow the RSS 2.0 format.

Accessing RSS Feeds
There are several ways to subscribe to RSS feeds. You can use a web-based feed reader or install a news aggregator that will display RSS feeds from websites you select to track the latest updates and headlines, all in one place! Once you select a reader, you can add feeds by clicking on the orange "RSS" button next to the feed.

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rss Epicurious & NutritionData's Healthy Dinner Tonight
Tired of takeout? Can't think what to cook for tonight's dinner? Get nutritious and delicious fast recipes, fresh, easy ideas, and healthy-eating tips every weekday afternoon from two renowned authorities on cooking and nutrition.
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rss New Recipes
Get the latest recipes from Epicurious's countless noted chefs and cookbook authors as well as from Gourmet, Bon Appetit, SELF, and Parade magazines.
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rss Latest Features
Eating, drinking, entertaining, shopping, and more. Get access to Epicurious's features the minute they are published.
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rss Epi-log: Food news and views from all over
Get the latest blog posts from renowned food experts and Epi's editors
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