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Capturing and Synchronizing recipes

Gary's picture

I ran across this blog today and this looks exciting. It uses a free program to capture recipes off the web or type them in, and then allows you to synchronize your collection across a variety of electronic devices.

http://wardstreetbistro.typepad.com/wsb/2008/10/organizing-reci.html

"There are countless ways to organize your recipes online and off. I want to share with you a method that automatically syncs my recipes between a website, my home Mac, my work PC and my iPhone. And best of all, I'm doing this all with a single tool: a free version of a program called Evernote."

If it weren't for the fact that I have my practicals next week, I think I could have some fun exploring this program.

The people who gave us golf and called it a game are the same people who gave us bag pipes and called it music and haggis and called it food.

avak123's picture

(post #57219, reply #1 of 3)

With fingers planted firmly in ears "la, la, la, la, la"


Sounds like a wonderful new toy! :-) 

PauHana's picture

(post #57219, reply #2 of 3)

Gary,
I was a beta tester for the original version of Evernote, & I have continued to use this incredible software ever since.

As a for-instance, lets say I am in a supermarket & they have a great buy on shrimp. I use my cell phone to open Evernote, type in shrimp, & it shows me all my recipes that contain shrimp. I then select one I am interested in & view the other ingredients to remind myself what else I may need to pick up in order to make the dish.

(I have over 400 recipes in my on-line database.)

Hope you will give it a try.

 

30 minutes prep time - my foot!
It takes
that long to chisel the ingredients
out of the back of the freezer !


 

 

Who is Luke?
and
Why is his warm water
better than any other brand?

 

Gary's picture

(post #57219, reply #3 of 3)

Thanks, I will as soon as possible. Happy birthday, BTW.

The people who gave us golf and called it a game are the same people who gave us bag pipes and called it music and haggis and called it food.