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EPICURUS is dedicated to life’s most essential commodities — food and drink. In a digital age when anyone can publish or find resources, Epicurus.com remains a constant source of top quality information, recipes and more. More than 150,500 pages of content provide vast opportunity to find something at Epicurus.com.
Epicurus.com was built in 1996 by Epicurus Consulting. With the guiding influence of Laurie Burrows Grad, among others, we have created one of the most successful food and travel sites online. Cited by Restaurant Report Magazine as one of the top three food websites for culinary professionals, Epicurus.com tied with FoodTV Network and Foodservice.com for the No. 3 spot on their annual list of best food sites. Epicurus.com is highly regarded as one of the Top 10 food sites, remaining online for more than 23 years. Staying power through volatility means strength.
EPICURUS offers readers different methods of receiving our superb content. With our website now in its fifteenth year, we have built a substantial repeat audience of regular visitors. We provide fresh, new content frequently, with feature travel and food articles by international celebrity writers, tested recipes and one of the largest glossaries of food and drink on the Internet. This makes us a perfect location for your advertising program.

“Epicurus.com is a great website, with fine recipes, and a great, safe shopping experience.  I buy there and trust the website’s integrity”

– Grace d’Agostino
EPICURUS invites you to read more about our site, content and unique advertising opportunities found in the food site with proven staying power. Follow the links at the top of the page to find the information you need. Please navigate the menu above to find anything you need.
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