See why I think Google Docs is the perfect recipe organizer. Not many people use Google Docs for organizing recipes, but it serves my purpose well. I can save everything from the recipe in just ONE click (recipe title, ingredients, cooking directions, nutrition info, photos, notes, comments). Turns out, Google Docs is a fairly sophisticated way to organize recipes… and it’s FREE!
You can get excellent cheap meals for less than $5 — some for as little as $3.99! Here are the best ways to get cheap meals at popular restaurants.
Did you know that most weeds that grow in your yard are actually edible? Here are some of the foods that will grow themselves in your yard.
The Scribd site is very well done. After signing up for my free account, I browsed for cookbooks and found a page with a slew of them. Many of the titles are small publications from Scribd community members, but as I scrolled down I found cookbooks by Jamie Oliver, Wei Chuan, and other popular chefs.
My aim is to remove the intimidation factor I associate with cooking simply by making the recipes adapt to my pantry …rather than making my pantry adapt to the recipes. Here are some websites that help you find recipes based solely on ingredients.
Get your FREE M&M’s here! That’s right, the Mars company has announced a promo code that gets you a FREE bag of M&M’s with your online order of personalized M&Ms.
How many of you knew that Wendy’s was offering a free Frosty to anyone who asked for it this past weekend? It was advertised on their website and in television commercials: Offer good Friday, May 13 through Sunday, May…
The Jack Daniels Distillery Tour itself lasts about 2 hours. You traverse approximately 9 acres — by foot — going in and out of buildings and warehouses, with 18 different stops along the way.