E-wareness 101

E-wareness 101: A to Z World Food

Learn more about this rich food culture resource that is available in Your Online Library

Discover A to Z World Food

A to Z World Food logo

Discover traditional recipes for 174 countries of the world including appetizers, soups, salads, breads, main courses, side dishes, desserts, and beverages.

Explore world cuisine:

  • 6,000+ Recipes
  • 9,000+ Food Photos
  • 1,700+ Food Quotes
  • 850+ Food Culture Articles
  • 750+ World Beer Reviews
  • 540+ Ingredient Articles
  • 800+ Food Glossary Terms

A to Z World Food is mobile friendly and very easy to use. Browse or search by map, country, recipe, ingredient, dietary options and more. Print and share recipes with others or create your own account to save your recipes.

Explore food culture and learn more about national cuisine, regional cuisine, daily meals, dining etiquette, special occasion foods, and food trivia from around the world.

Recipes are interactive, click or tap your way through ingredients and directions to track what you need or have and what step you are in the recipe.

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Getting Started

Create a My Recipe Account

Create your own personal collection of recipes and articles. Get started by creating your very own account.

My Recipes sign up screen

Visit A to Z World Food. If prompted, enter your library barcode.

  1. Click on My Recipes at the top right corner
  2. Click on Create a New Account
  3. Fill out the form
  4. Click Sign up
  5. Done! Use this login whenever you want to save a recipe or article.

Citing Recipes and Articles

Are you doing research for a school project? Click Cite this Document button at the bottom left column of the page to copy the citation for an article or recipe of interest. Citations are available in three formats:

  • Chicago Manual of Style
  • MLA
  • APA