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Your New Favorite Recipe Website

RC Willey Blogger Profile Picture - Andrea Posted by Andie on September 9, 2011

I crave organization.  


Like, the kind of craving you get for Ben & Jerry's ice cream at 1:00 a.m. your freshman year of college. (If you never found yourself at Wal-mart in the middle of the night ravenously attempting to curb your sweet tooth, just count yourself lucky you didn't gain the freshman 15.)  


Those lbs were a killer to lose!




While I love and yearn for organization, there are certain aspects of my life that are unfortunately anything but organized!   Take for instance, my recipes.  They live on post-its, note cards, scratch paper and old receipts, and they like to hide in cookbooks, folders, boxes, cupboards, my email inbox, purses, and the junk drawer.  


I'm here to tell you that thousands of amazing recipes do you absolutely NO good if you can't ever locate them.


Such was my frustrating recipe state, until my friend recently told me about One tsp.  Have you heard of it?  It's basically an online recipe box, where you can collect, manage and organize all of your recipes!  The formatting is great, and it even lets you upload pictures.  


Here's a screen shot of one of my recipes:



recipe via a bountiful kitchen blog



You can access your recipes from anywhere (home, school, the grocery store, a car), and there's a tool that helps you create quick shopping lists.  The best part is that finding a recipe is as simple as turning on your phone, laptop, or iPad!  It's free to store your first 150 recipes, and then it's just $5 a year.  Totally worth it.


I love everything about it.  Check out and start plugging in your recipes!



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