We’re all cooking A LOT more at home, and that means we all need more ideas and recipes to help guide and inspire our cooking. Constantly searching for new recipes online can be tricky and overwhelming, though. There are a bajillion food blogs out there (and I hope this one is a new favorite!). But when you’re working with limited resources, I totally get that you might be more hesitant to attempt a random internet recipe. You want something that will give you reliable results, and that’s why you’ve probably been leaning on your cookbook collection a little more often these days.
But how do you keep it all organized? When lunch is from one cookbook, dinner from another, and a healthy-ish snack is in yet another, what’s a cook to do? I found myself marking so many recipes that, when I would revisit one a few days later, I had already forgotten what I originally intended it for, or what substitutions I wanted to make.
While I love my little cookbook collection, it was adding stress to an already complicated situation. So, I decided to design a solution. It’s a very simple tool. I love them so much, and I think you might find them helpful:
COOKBOOK BOOKMARKS! Say that fives times fast. I dare you.
Now, when you subscribe to my email list, you’ll get a free downloadable file for my cookbook bookmarks. Once you’ve downloaded them, you can print as many copies as you like. Bookmark as many recipes as you need to! Really, it’s such a basic, analog tool, but they make such a difference to my peace of mind.
Each meal is a different color, so it’s easy to see at a glance what you have marked and for when. I like to make notes directly on them, too, so that I remember exactly what I had in mind. And because the file is yours to use indefinitely, you can always print more.
I hope you find them as useful as I do. I also love seeing them out in the wild, so please be sure to tag #brooklyncookbookery when posting to social media so I can follow along!
So, all you need to do now is subscribe! And don’t worry, I hate spam as much as you do. You won’t be inundated with emails from me.