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Kitchen Tip Tuesday

Kitchen Tip TuesdayToday’s kitchen tip deals with organizing recipes.  I have a confession to make:  I am a hoarder of food magazines.  With my subscription to Light & Tasty, in addition to other miscellaneous publications I have collected over the years, I have so many recipes that I was forever trying (and liking) a new one, only to be unable to find it among all the magazines when I wanted to make it again.  I finally hit upon a solution:  now, when I try a new recipe, I put a blank address label on the front of the magazine and write the title of the recipe and the page number on the label.  Perhaps a simpler solution would be to clip out the recipes I like, but I want to keep my magazines intact because I often find myself rereading old issues and trying new recipes from them.  I hope this saves someone a little bit of the frustration that I suffered!  For more of Kitchen Tip Tuesday, head on over to Tammy’s blog! 


4 Responses

  1. Great idea. I was just thinking about that yesterday. Which magazine is that recipe in?


  2. Wow, that’s a cool idea! I save all my Taste of Home magazines too. I hate to cut them up because I’ll try new ones from one year to the next.

  3. This is a great tip! 🙂

    I don’t usually have many food magazines, but when I do get them (at garage sales or for gifts, that sort of thing) I usually cut out any recipes that I think we might possibly try and put them in my “waiting” pile. Then I throw away the rest of the magazine… BUT, we were given a couple of really nice cooking magazines and I would want to keep them intact, so his is a goo solution!! 🙂

  4. *this and *good… I can’t type tonight I guess! 😛

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