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Introducing “I Will Make This… Someday!”

I freecycled my huge stack of magazines and decided to create a post to document the recipes from those magazines that I hope to eventually make. I will be marking these off and adding to it each month as new magazines come. May I please introduce – “I Will Make This….Someday”, Magazine Version.

List is after the jump.

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BREADS

DESSERT

BEVERAGES

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  1. wow. and i thought my “someday” list was long.

  2. Good for you! I’m quite envious – I have stacks of Cooking Light issues from years ago. I certainly need to do some house cleaning and come up with a definitive ‘to make” list. Ahh, you must feel liberated! :)

  3. I’ve got the same list…it’s just in a notebook.

  4. I ended up taking all of my food magazines and cutting out the recipes I liked and pasting them into a cookbook. But, now I’m running into problems with having way too many recipes to try in my cookbooks and in my google reader. I guess it’s not a real problem. But, it does feel a bit like a “to do” list.

  5. That is quite the list Kristen! It must have taken you ages to make it up, and with the links too! A lot of these are going on my list too, thank you very much. ;)

  6. Love it! I am so impressed with your organization. My list is just a few bookmarks and an index card LOL :)

  7. What a great idea! More and more I’ve been passing my magazines along to friends when I’m finished, rather than tearing pages out with recipes I mean to make but rarely get around to cooking. Also, with most magazine recipes available online, I can find them easily without stockpiling the magazines.

  8. Wow…that IS quite the list.

    I stopped doing so many magazines for that very reason – too many magazines piling up with too many recipes that would never get made (mostly because I would end up forgetting about them as the recipe would get lost in the stack).

    Now I keep all of my “must-try” recipes on my computer in a Word file, complete with photos (if available) and any thoughts I’ve notated right alongside them–why they appeal to me, what guests might like to try them, dietary restrictions,etc.

    In fact, I have different files for different recipes and I organize them much in the same way you have (by category), but I also tend to go a step further and rank them on a scale of 1-5 in order of interest (5 is a “I must try this NOW” ranking).

    If I didn’t enjoying cooking so much, I’d probably consider recipe hoarding behavior weird. As it is, I consider it completely normal now understand why people require enormous hard drives or what I like to call, black holes. Yes…even those mega-gig hard drives can quickly get filled!

  9. Kristen, my dear, I have already a huge list of things I want to make… This isn’t helping. :)
    Just kidding – I love many of the recipes you listed here!

  10. Oh my goodness! What a list! This would take a while even it you do one a day. I have a box with recipes I want to do… I need to start cooking more!

  11. Ohhhh…I have lists. I use the recipe boxes that so many site offer and I save and save and save. I go through my magazines and look the recipes up online and add them to the recipe box. I save a lot of paper this way…I can’t even imagine the paper mess I would have if I printed out every single recipe I wanted to try.
    I can’t wait to oogle and try the recipes you have listed here!!

  12. That is quite the list!!

  13. oh fantastic, i love lists as well! go you!

  14. Count me in as another with a long list of recipes to make … mine are in two full filing cabinet drawers, and three plastic tubs (those are the ones that need to be filed). I could probably make 10 new recipes every day and still not get through them…

  15. Ah, glad to know I am not alone! I have a million must try recipes as well, and have run out of bookshelf space for all of the cookbooks!

    SavoryTvs last blog post..A warm and delicious savory shrimp soup with Chef Vic Lulla

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