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Thursday, November 11, 2010

To Print all These Recipes, You Need Cheap Printer Cartridges

I've tried to include a printable copy of all the recipes on this blog, because running back and forth between the computer and the kitchen when you're trying to cook up a masterpiece in the kitchen is just not practical.  It's also not practical to print the original post when all you want is the actual recipe and none of the extra text or images that are also on the page.
I really want to play with the style code I found on another recipe blog I like.  They have it set so when readers print a post, they just get the text and no images.  They may even have it set so that all that prints is the recipe, but I'm not completely sure about that.  I haven't had time to really look into it.  In the meantime, I've been using Google Docs for my printable recipes, and that seems to be working really well.  Besides making the recipes easy to print, it also gives me a back-up copy of all my recipes - and half the reason I started this blog is so that I can store my recipes and not lose them.
And I really do use the recipes on this blog.  Have I used my own  'Print this recipe' link on all of them?  No.  Sometimes I go back and forth between my computer and my kitchen, and sometimes I jot down the ingredients on an old envelope.  I would probably save myself lots of time and hassle if I just printed them when I posted them, but I keep thinking about all that printer ink I'd be using.  When it's time to replace the ink cartridges, I always look for cheap printer cartridges HP to get the best deal possible.  Free shipping, coupons codes, I combine everything I can, so I'm not sure what I'm worried about.  I should be able to print as many recipes as I want - and you should too.  Print all my recipes.  Go ahead.  You know you want to.

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