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Evernote is the ideal place to keep recipes you love. You can include pictures, create lists and lay out your instructions in a clean and clear format. Evernote Food 2.0 automatically finds any recipes you’ve saved in your Evernote notebooks, helps you find new ones on the web, discover great restaurants in your area and organise all of that information into one simple app.
It’s the start of another week. Is looking at your to-do list for the week overwhelming? Human Business Works CEO Chris Brogan presents this “recipe” to help you get more done over the next seven days and beyond (no cooking required).
So you’ve got yourself a few recipes and you’re ready to start cooking for yourself, but you’re having trouble with some of the terminology. What’s the difference between baking and broiling? Is pan frying the same as sautéing? This cheat sheet will help you out.
iOS/Android: If you have a craving for a particular dish but are unsure if you can make it with the ingredients you have in your kitchen, Gojee’s new mobile apps for iPhone and Android can help. You can find recipes based on what you already have on hand as well as specify food items you don’t want to use at all.
If friends come over for a dinner party and bring a wine you hate (chardonnay?), you might find yourself with a half-drunk bottle at the end of the night. Rather than pouring the contents down the drain or being forced to cook with it, make yourself a delicious wine cocktail with this simple recipe.
Sausages may seem like the one food you don’t need instructions for grilling, but there are things that can go wrong. Burn on the outside while staying raw in the centre, shrivel up or just burn to crisp altogether. Serious Eats’ meticulous experiments show how to cook the perfect sausage: by poaching and grilling at the same time.