>I gather many recipes online. Some come from other blogs, some from recipe sites, some from email newsletters. I copy them into work documents and save to a file named “Recipes.” Ah, you guessed it; I don’t always change the name of the recipe, making it a challenge to find later. Just for fun (and for La Petite’s amusement), here are a few examples.
Under B for Baked:
Baked Crab Cakes
Baked Hush Puppies
Baked Zucchini and Tomatoes
Classic Baked Corn Pudding is actually filed under C for Classic.
Also under the letter C:
Country Swiss Chicken Thighs
Creamy Tomato Basil Pasta with Shrimp
Crispy and Creamy Potato Pie
Not one, but three recipes find a home under the letter E for – are you ready for this? – Easy. How about Fresh or Five Minute, both brought to you by the letter F? Those make the two Fruit Cocktail selections look almost logical. G is even with E: three Grilled something-or-others make the list just before Gumbo.
Remember my home made baked macaroni and cheese? It’s not listed under Baked or Macaroni or even Cheese. It’s under M, though – for My Mac and Cheese Bake. Yes, it is. That’s almost as nonsensical as Overnight (O) or Pull-apart (P). S has Simple, Savory and Special.
And for the last, La Petite’s favorite filing term: Q. Quick. Quick and Easy.
At least I only filed one under T for The.