For years, I've collected recipes. I clipped them from newspapers. Now I print them from the Internet. So, I had a box of recipes with my cookbooks, and when I wanted one, I sifted through them. Often, I'd end up re-printing, because it was easier.With some forced down time in December, I decided to put them in a binder, loosely organized by categories. It took less than an hour. And I wonder why I waited!Gail
I did this a few years ago, but have 2 years worth of new clippings to add. It took me about 3 days to do it the first time(organized by categories), but was worth it.It's one of my projects for the new year.
I did this a few years ago, but have 2 years worth of new clippings to add. It took me about 3 days to do it the first time(organized by categories), but was worth it.It's one of my projects for the new year. I did this years ago and the binder grew and grew and grew and I rarely, if ever, looked at it.So now I'm culling and putting all my recipes in digital format (either print-to-file, scan, or type into Word) and saving in folders on my computer and eventually a thumb drive.MOI
and I am working on using the recipes I've collected.My house guest arrived from the country with lots of root vegetables, so I'm sifting through the gratin recipes.Last weekend, I tried a barley, mushroom, leek and butternut squash bake that was good (and even better reheated as a side dish last night). Hoping to have some delicious, reliable recipes out of my experimentation.YeilB
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