I was looking for a recipe that I know I have in one of my many cookbooks but, for the life of me, I had no luck. So, I got online and started searching. Well, duh! It dawned on me that I am a subscriber to the yearly Taste Of Home hardcover cookbooks so I thought "Hey, I wonder what they have online?"
They're website is awesome! You could find just about anything you're looking for on this site. If you know the exact name of the recipe you can type that in the search to get it OR (and this
is the part I like) say you have some ingredients in your fridge/cupboards that you want to use up but don't necessarily know what to do with 'em - you can do an advanced search and look for recipes that have a list of the ingredients you type in.
OK, I'm calmed down now. Just thought I'd pass this on to anyone out there who loves the kitchen (or even for those who don't necessarily like cooking but want to find some new things to make). The web address is www.tasteofhome.com
. You have to be a registered member to use their recipe search but it's free so what the heck! BTW, if you're into collecting cookbooks and like the hardcover ones that won't get so easily wore out, Taste of Home's annual cookbook offer is great. I've been getting them since 2001 plus I have a hardcover 5-ingredient cookbook of theirs. That one comes in real handy, especially when I'm looking for something new to try that won't take as long 'cuz with kids in the house there isn't as much time.