Something I think you might like: there's going to be a BBC Good Food website from November and it has everything you might imagine, plus a really nice extra.
You know how the best ideas seem incredibly simple and even obvious in retrospect? The editor of the BBC Good Food website, Vic, has decided to have a glossary of food terms - and to show you how to pronounce them. I think there are some 300 terms, something like that, ranging from ingredient names to wines and grapes, cooking terminology. All or most have a phonetic spelling along with the detailed description.
And then about 70 or 80 of the most difficult or contentious have also got a voiceover: click the button and you'll hear exactly how to say them.
It's my voice.
I just delivered the last recording this afternoon.
And I'm so proud of getting to do it: BBC Good Food looks like a superb website, I'm really chuffed to have been involved.