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Over the past few years, I have been overwhelmed with great egg recipes. Some I make up and some I graciously "borrow". The problem is, I never write down what I do, and I rarely measure ingredients. I cook more on feel. That said, curious how most keep up with recipes. I know some blog which could be my solution. Do others just flag recipes on the forum (and risk them being erased like Hapster's), have recipe notebooks, create a word document, keep everything in their head, surf the internet every time they cook, have a grease covered/smoke smelling "black book" that follows you from prep work in the kitchen to hanging with the egg, etc?
I need to start saving recipes so I can repeat my success, but would like to do it in an organized way. I would appreciate the input.