At my house there are recipes in cardboard file boxes, recipe boxes, file cards, notebooks, cookbooks, scraps of paper, newspaper clippings, magazine pages, and computer files. They are everywhere! I love recipes! I'm sure some of you can relate. Think about it: recipes are inexpensive to collect; they represent traditions and family history from generation to generation; and they inspire and add to the tastebud experience. Resolving to organize them (and false starts and finishes) has taken place many times in the past thirty years. But I never give up. Instead of putting them all into one place (as I used to think I should do) I've found that little collections here and there works best for me. So, homemade recipe notebooks by theme grace my bookshelves. And file boxes with handwritten recipe cards sit on a countertop. Scraps of paper are gathered in a folder, each with a recipe written in the hand of grandma's, aunt's, and mother's. And last but not least, I'm compiling some of my favorite recipes on a blog I've called "My Cozy Kitchen". You're welcome to browse through my collection and see if there is anything you'd enjoy. The collection is eclectic, mostly gluten-free, all plant-based, and adaptable to the needs of the cook who prepares them. Please stop by -- you are welcome there!