28 Blogs with Insights on the Best Ways to Organize Your Recipes

Everything about cooking has evolved over the years, including the way we approach recipes. Years ago, it wasn’t uncommon to cook completely from scratch, throwing in a pinch of this and a dash of that and going completely off taste tests and intuitiveness. Then came recipe boxes and books, made to immortalize the cooking of years past. These days, the Internet and Pinterest have made finding new recipes child’s play, allowing access to recipes around the world with the click of the mouse. Keeping track of all the recipes you collect over the years can become overwhelming, however, these 28 blog entries are full of organizational solutions for your recipes, so you’re never left searching again.

Online

If keeping track of notecards and bits of paper isn’t your cup of tea, then saving all of your recipes online might be a better method for you. With online recipe databases you’re able to keep track of all of your recipes by meal, food type and much more. These seven blog entries explore different ways you can save your recipes online.

Binder

From pages ripped out of magazines to directions hastily jotted down on notecards, it’s not unusual to amass a collection of recipes over time that are just begging to be organized. Creating a binder to tackle your stack of recipes is a great way to organize your scraps of paper, notecards and magazine clippings. This option can be time consuming in the beginning, but the end result will be incredibly useful and it will be easy to maintain over time. These seven blog posts will walk you through how to organize your recipes into binders.

Box

Recipe boxes have been used for years as a way to organize recipe cards, and while they may have fallen by the wayside in recent years they’re still a great option for housing all of your recipe notecards. These boxes are convenient to keep in the kitchen and you’ll be able to pull notecards as you need them instead of hauling out an entire book or binder. Check out these seven blog entries that will show you how to organize your recipes into a box.

Phone

Smart phones have opened a whole new world for the home cook. There are countless cooking and recipe apps available for download that make cooking a breeze, and some even have grocery lists available with each recipe that you can take with you to the grocery store. To learn about some of the apps that are available, read through these seven blog posts.

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