Save Your NYT Cooking Recipes To Evernote

We have all acquired a taste for culinary things, one way or another. Quite recently I wrote an article on Evernote’s plans to cut Evernote Food loose – the app that served, among other things, for saving recipes for the most exquisite of meals.

Since Evernote has basically become a digital cookbook of choice for  quite a number of people, the service came up with a little compensation. Evernote now integrates with NYT Cooking, which is a rather remarkable database of thousands of recipes, and promises an easy way to save recipes with a single click. See for yourself. Visit http://cooking.nytimes.com, go to Settings > Tools for Saving and connect your NYT account to Evernote.

Evenrote-NYT-Cooking-Settings

Now, if there is a recipe you like, all you have to do is click Save and it’ll save it to your Evernote account. What I personally miss is the option to change the notebook my recipes go to. They are automatically saved to NYT Cooking and I haven’t figured out a way to change that yet. Nevertheless, it’s not a big deal, and I can always move the recipes manually to a different notebook. I’m planning on finding out whether it can be done automatically using a third-party service. If I succeed, I’ll add it here along with the instructions.

Evernote-NYT-Cooking-Recept

Those of you who are not avoiding cooking like the plague might find this new feature pleasantly helpful. In any case, what is your experience with recipes from NYT Cooking? I for one am going to try some of them right away.

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Daniel is a lecturer, trainer and consultant for self-organisation. Also a globetrotter, sportsman, and lover of people, coffee and nature. He is the founder of LifeNotes which brings Evernote users from the Czech Republic and Slovakia together. As a freelance entrepreneur, Daniel holds training sessions on self-organisation, GTD and mind maps. In his training, he focuses on the progress his trainees make, not just handing on information. More than 1000 participants took part in his training – CEOs, managers, businessmen, consultants, assistants and entrepreneurs. Daniel comes from Ostrava, but most of the time he’s on the move across his homeland or abroad. When he’s not in charge of some educational or development project, he writes articles and books, or just wanders around the globe.
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