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Got Multiple Recipe Accounts? This Holiday, Get Thee to Evernote
By: Christine Geraci
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'Tis the season to be clipping recipes. Oh man, is my Pinterest feed ever blowing up with cookies and appetizers and all sorts of holly-adorned dishes for the holidays. How cool is it that we have so many awesome places to go for new recipe ideas to wow our family and friends at the next holiday get-together? 

There is, of course, Pinterest. Not to mention Epicurious. AllRecipes.com. MyRecipes.com. Foodtv.com. MarthaStewart.com. And the list goes on.

Just about all of these websites allow you to create accounts for recipe-clipping. But going from account to account is just plain annoying. So what's an online recipe-hound to do?

Get thee to Evernote, foodies. 

It's a great tool for gathering all the recipes from your different accounts in one place. And that's my true opinion — Evernote hasn't paid me to say this. Just download Evernote, create an account, and install the web clipper in Google Chrome. Then, download the Evernote app on your smartphone so you can access your recipes while shopping for supplies. Better yet, stick a shopping list in Evernote so you know how much of each ingredient you'll need across multiple recipes you might be using for the holidays.

And while we're on the subject of catch-all tools like Evernote, there's also Microsoft OneNote and DropBox. All great for gathering multiple types of media sites you come across in your online travels in one place. These tools could particularly come in handy for holiday shopping, gift idea lists — even address lists for holiday cards. 

What online tools are you using to stay organized this holiday season?

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About the Author
Christine Geraci is the Social Media/Promotions Specialist at MVP Health Care in Schenectady, NY. Connect with her on Twitter @christinegeraci.
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