As a veterinarian, I feel the need to comment.
Is Raw Milk Worth It? Dan Barber Says Yes. The New Yorker
|4/25/12 5:55 PM|
I use a digital version of recipe cards. I've tried a few services for this, but Evernote seems to work the best for me, especially since the source for most of my recipes are from blogs, online recipe hubs, etc. You can make notes on whatever you 'clip,' which is an easy way to keep track of recipe changes, alterations, etc. Also, I can use my iPod to access it, which means I don't have to lug the laptop into the kitchen. Win, win, win.
Recipe Cards: Useful or Outdated?
|1/18/12 12:45 PM|
I use them sometimes when I'm looking at a new recipe that's going to be using an unfamiliar ingredient or technique. But other than that I admit that I skip them.
Recipe Headnotes: Do We Really Need Them?
|9/19/11 1:31 PM|
It sounds weird but... a paper clip.
Help! How Can I Stop My Toilet Paper Shredding Cat?
|10/6/10 8:25 PM|