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I have looked at a few websites including allrecipes.com in hopes that I
could find a site to store my recipes, organize, and perhaps print with out
too much diffculty.

Allrecipes wants you to submit every recipe for publishing before being able
to store it?

Anyone know of place where I can do the above?

Thanks in Adv!


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"root" > wrote in message
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>I have looked at a few websites including allrecipes.com in hopes that I
>could find a site to store my recipes, organize, and perhaps print with out
>too much diffculty.
>
> Allrecipes wants you to submit every recipe for publishing before being
> able to store it?
>
> Anyone know of place where I can do the above?
>
> Thanks in Adv!
>


http://www.myhomeslice.com/ is an online recipe storage site. You can either
save recipes to your own personal area (a group you create) or store them in
the public area to share with others. It lets you categorize the recipes but
there's no search on ingredients feature.

There's probably lots more sites as good or better than this one.

I use a PC-based recipe program on my own computer that lets me search for
ingredients and categorize recipes. But storing the recipes online is not a
bad idea if you're at work or somewhere where you want to decide what's for
dinner and pick up the ingredients on the way home.

Renee


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> "root" > wrote in message
> om...
>>I have looked at a few websites including allrecipes.com in hopes that I
>>could find a site to store my recipes, organize, and perhaps print with
>>out too much diffculty.
>>
>> Allrecipes wants you to submit every recipe for publishing before being
>> able to store it?
>>
>> Anyone know of place where I can do the above?
>>
>> Thanks in Adv!
>>

>
> http://www.myhomeslice.com/ is an online recipe storage site. You can
> either save recipes to your own personal area (a group you create) or
> store them in the public area to share with others. It lets you categorize
> the recipes but there's no search on ingredients feature.
>
> There's probably lots more sites as good or better than this one.
>
> I use a PC-based recipe program on my own computer that lets me search for
> ingredients and categorize recipes. But storing the recipes online is not
> a bad idea if you're at work or somewhere where you want to decide what's
> for dinner and pick up the ingredients on the way home.
>
> Renee
>


Great I will try this out.. just wish there was a great solution.


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