Last year I bought Living Cookbook to try and sort out some of the clutter. I haven't even begun to delve into what this program can do. So far, I have typed in some family recipes and imported some of our favorites from the internet. I am really hoping between Pinterest and this software I can get rid of most of this.
This program is supposed to store recipes, do the nutrition for them, make menus and shopping lists and a bunch of other stuff that I am not even sure I need. But if I can do a nice menu/shopping list from it, it'll be worth it's weight in gold.
On a side note, I just googled how much a CD weighs, about .58 ounces. Then I googled the price of gold per ounce, $1785. That makes this program a steal by my own twisted logic! And it also proves how easily sidetracked I can get.
Here's the only problem I have found with the cookbook: It doesn't automatically import a recipe when you cook it. Nor does it automatically account for any changes you regularly make to a recipe. In fact, the only way to import recipes to this program is to actually do it!! No mind reading. No magic. No recipe teleportation. (and how stupid is my spell check that it doesn't know what teleportation is?? I need spell check for geeks apparently.)
Just do it...or sit here, gather all kinds of recipes, toss them on your desk, photograph them and then blog about it. I think we all know where I stand on this subject.