Josh BirdwellSoftware Engineer at Life.Church

What is the best application to manage recipes?

I am wanting to be able to import recipes from websites, keep a grocery list, browser other recipes.
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    The new NoteLedge
    Thomas ColeJava Developer living in Amsterdam · Written
    Personally for me, I enjoy using NoteLedge (by Kdan Mobile). What I like best about this app is that I can collect recipes and sort them into individual folders by cuisine or course - all folder covers can be personalized as well, so that's another way of quickly finding the correct folder (by a picture). Every once in a while I also write recipes down (using the handwriting option), instead of just using 'copy and paste' from websites. A neat thing about this app is that you can sketch or draw in your notes - so you can make little cute drawings next to your recipes. This app is easy to use and I've had no issues with it so far
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  2. 4
    Evernote Web - Oct 2014

    Note taking gets even simpler

    I use Evernote. I have an Evernote notebook called "Recipes." When on the laptop, I use Evernote Clipper Chrome extension to my recipe notebook. It also clips nicely from my phone. I've tagged everything to organize recipes by types and ingredients. For the old-school paper recipes I want to include, I use the Scannable app, which integrates with Evernote and allows me to merge my collections nicely.
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    Evernote Web - Oct 2014

    Note taking gets even simpler

    I use Evernote. I have an Evernote notebook called "Recipes." When on the laptop, I use Evernote Clipper Chrome extension to my recipe notebook. It also clips nicely from my phone. I've tagged everything to organize recipes by types and ingredients. For the old-school paper recipes I want to include, I use the Scannable app, which integrates with Evernote and allows me to merge my collections nicely.
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    Evernote Web - Oct 2014

    Note taking gets even simpler

    I use Evernote. I have an Evernote notebook called "Recipes." When on the laptop, I use Evernote Clipper Chrome extension to my recipe notebook. It also clips nicely from my phone. I've tagged everything to organize recipes by types and ingredients. For the old-school paper recipes I want to include, I use the Scannable app, which integrates with Evernote and allows me to merge my collections nicely.
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  5. 4
    Yummly

    Discover creative recipes

    Pavan Sethibuilding things. · Written
    For recipe discovery, Yummly is great. They have millions of recipes, 20 million users, they let you create shopping lists, and in some places they even let you order food for delivery/equipment to make a meal. Fun fact: they were recently acquired by Whirlpool and last valued at $100 million :)
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  6. 3
    Paprika

    Recipes management on your mobile and in the cloud

    Ricardo PoloCo-founder of Tulpep · Written
    It scrappes web pages and save the recipes. Great in iPhone and Ipad
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