Download and print my free recipe cards. Cards are 4x6 jpg and require no special software. Most cards also have a matching, blank png file to customize in Photoshop, or other layering software.
My talented digital graphic designer friends are kind enough to give permission for the use of their graphic kits to be used on these cards.
My daughter says when grows up she wants to be a Doctor or a Cooker, (she's not sure, she's only 5) hence the name, 'The Cooker's Blog'.
I used to think that I hated to cook, but it really isn't the actual cooking that I disliked so, it's the planning what to make. Now I created a system to organize my meal planning. I am on Weight Watchers so I have poured through WW cookbooks and magazines as well as incorporated our own family favorites into my own recipe book and calendar.
I like to make these versatile 4x6 recipe cards because you can print them at home or send them out to a photo place. They can be used in traditional recipe boxes and books as well as cheap-o 4x6 minibooks! My favorite way to go! If you have a recipe that you would like transformed into a nifty card please let me know!
I also keep a 3-ring binder filled with my recipes and the meals for the week are written on a sheet and placed in the 'clear view' front on the binder. In that sheet I create and easy shopping list for each of the meals.
Speaking of WW, some of the recipes are from WW but likely altered to my taste. I don't include the point values for the flex plan because it really differs based on portion. I believe it is best to calculate your own points based on your ingredients.