Food lovers on the lookout for new online content to consume may want to look towards the winners of the Webby Awards, which this year crowned Oola the best food and drink-related website on the Internet.

With the tagline “Feed Your Inner Foodie,” Oola is designed as a comprehensive one-stop shop that includes recipes, feature articles, cooking tips and restaurant recommendations.

Operated by Gateway Media, the site could be described as a more pared-down, consumer-oriented version of Serious Eats and The Daily Meal, and a more contemporary version of Epicurious.com.

In the mobile category for food and drink, Distiller, took the top award, while Chefs Feed took the People’s Voice award.

Distiller reviews whiskeys for enthusiasts, while Chefs Feed provides restaurant recommendations written by some of the biggest chef names in the world including Mario Batali, David Chang and Thomas Keller.

Hungry for more digital food content? Here’s a list of nominees and winners in the food and drink category:

Website
Winner: Oola
People’s Voice Award: Epicurious.com

Nominees
The Future of Food: National Geographic
NYT Cooking: The New York Times
Dishoom: A Bombay Café in London

Mobile
Winner: Distiller
People’s Voice Award: Chefs Feed

Nominees
Calorific (shows users what 200 calories looks like in food)
Peter Gilmore App for iPad (digital version of “Organum”cookbook by Australian chef Gilmore)
Munchery (meal delivery service for New York, Seattle, San Francisco)

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