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What to cook for dinner tonight? We’ll give you answers, personalized to fit your needs and lifestyle.

Welcome to Special Fork, a free mobile web recipe site created to solve your daily dinnertime dilemma: what to cook now! Get just-in-time answers on your smartphone as you push your cart in the supermarket or wait for the commuter bus after work. Simply go online from your phone to Special Fork works with all Internet-enabled handsets, including the iPhone, Blackberry and Android-based phones. You can access Special Fork on you iPad, too.

Special Fork is optimized to give you what-to-cook answers when you're on the go, so the best user experience is on your mobile phone. While it won't display as well on your laptop or PC, you can also access all our recipes, blogs and cooking tips and enjoy the same functionality found on the mobile platform right here. This conventional site is a gateway to Special Fork's mobile platform. We’ll be developing a complementary conventional site in the months ahead.

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It’s time for Special Fork’s annual summer hiatus—we’ll be gone from now through Labor Day, returning Tuesday, September 7, refreshed, with more inventive ideas to solve your dinnertime dilemma: what to cook now! In the meantime, please continue to follow our activities on Instagram, TwitterFacebook and Pinterest.

July 27, 2015

By Sandy Hu

The latest from Inside Special Fork

Jerry Di Vecchio is an eminent food expert, a legend in her own time. The Food Editor of Sunset magazine until she retired in 2002, Jerry spent 42 years at the magazine for Western living, shaping and influencing America’s food tastes through wide-ranging food features and recipes, with a nod towards Western culinary sensibilities. Although retired, she is as vibrant, active and relevant in the culinary scene, as ever.

Recently, Les Dames d’Escoffier International’s San Francisco Bay Area chapter hosted a tribute to Jerry at Sunset’s Menlo Park facilities. It was a bittersweet event, since the publication will be leaving its beautifully designed test kitchens, test gardens and expansive, gorgeously landscaped grounds to move into new digs at Jack London Square in Oakland this fall.

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