For me, this is just a tool to keep track of recipes.  Some of them are from my mother, some of them are from cookbooks, some are emailed from friends, and some are from my numerous bookmarked food blogs and websites.

I’m not an intensely creative cook.  I’m single, 27, and perpetually too tired to go for any recipe that sounds at all complicated.   So, if I post a recipe, you can take two things for granted: it’s ridiculously uncomplicated, and it’s good.  I haven’t the patience for anything else.

I store a lot of the recipes I’ve culled from the internet at social bookmarking sites: del.icio.us and ma.gnolia.


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