Cooking For Engineers is an interesting shift from the standard recipe site, providing photos to illustrate each major step, and tables to provide a compact format of the recipe (for those who wish to skip the verbose descriptions). Some recipes, like the Lasagna, include additional information like a layer diagram.
Much like Alton Brown, a healthy dose of science and the ‘why’ behind cooking is included within each entry. For example, one post includes a helpful table that breaks down the smoke point of various fats, another explains the USDA beef grading system (Prime, Choice, Select).
It would be nice if his site were categorized, like Red Velvet Cafe, and other sites are, but the search engine helps to make up for it.