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DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (56,921)
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4/5/12 6:43 P

Head over to www.sparkrecipes.com and you can do an advanced search for recipes, and there's a button for adding recipes to your planner/tracker.

As for adding your own, you only have to add them once, and then they're saved for future use. Yes, it's a bit of work, but worth it if you make something often.

I highly recommend Chef MEg's stuff... while sometimes the ingredients can be exotic, some simple substitutions can make them more reasonable, and her recipes are always very tasty!

Edited by: DRAGONCHILDE at: 4/5/2012 (18:44)
MPYKE2009 SparkPoints: (143)
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3/28/12 9:29 P

Well I am not sure if I haven't quite figured out the site yet.. but when I go to my food tracker... there's a limited amount of things to make under the dinner category. I know you can make your own... but it seems to be a bit of work and I am unsure on how to find recipes. My dinners are difficult because I cook for myself and my boyfriend, and he does not eat any cheeses, or mushrooms, etc...

Does anyone have any suggestions?

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