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  1. Hi, I'm using Evernote and NYT Cooking to save my recipes, but I've found that only half of my Evernote recipes are being synced to NYT Cooking. So apparently this is because: 1) NYT Cooking imports all of my notes that Evernote has automatically identified as a recipe (according to NYT Cooking FAQ). 2) But Evernote isn't correctly identifying all my recipes. I searched my notebooks using classifications_recipe:* (see this Evernote Help article) for notes that Evernote has automatically classified as recipes, and found that it hadn't correctly identified / classified half my recipes. Similarly, it included a lot of articles about food that weren't recipes. The NYT Cooking FAQ also redirects me to contact Evernote support for the mis-classifications. I've also tried adding a "Recipe" tag to each recipe, and changing the notebook name to "Recipes", but that hasn't changed their classification, so the recipes still aren't making it to NYT Cooking. So my question: Is there a way for me to manually re-classify my notes? Thanks in advance.
  2. Is there any way to copy formatted recipes from Dropbox to Evernote? I have tried Evernote Web Clipper to no avail. Evernote Web Clipper works fine with recipes from websites on the Internet, but I’ve had no such luck with files from my online Dropbox account. The two apps are linked through If This, Then That (IFTT), but only Dropbox links are transferred, not the actual document. To date, I’ve been copying and pasting Dropbox recipes into Evernote, which can be time consuming. If there’s a way to automatically do this, it would make my day.
  3. Hi! I try to keep track of which recipes I use from day to day, and I have been doing this by copying a note link from my recipe in Evernote into an index note where I can see what we've had for dinner and go directly to a recipe if we want to revisit it. It is a bit of a hassle to do the copying, scrolling and appending, so I thought I'd try Zapier to automate this task. By using the reminder function (I don't use it for anything else), I could automatically send a recipe to the index note with link and date - great! Unfortunately, this only works the first time you set the reminder. Even if you delete the reminder, Zapier will not trigger again for a note that has triggered a reminder event once, and I'm back with manual link copying again. Does anyone know about a better app/web service that can help to keep a log like this without having to go through all that copying and pasting? -B-
  4. catfin

    BBC Good Food

    Hi, I'm a new Evernote user and I'm trying to save BBC Good Food recipes to my ipad. I've also tried it from my Windows PC and can't get it to work. Does anyone know how to make it work? Thank you!!
  5. Imported my recipes from Springpad. All have an image in the same part of the Springpad recipe template. Once imported to EverNote only a few show these in the notebook summary page and the EverNote Food summary page - the same ones in both. Any ideas as to why and what to do to fix this?
  6. The Evernote Food app or uploading any recipe into Evernote needs a way to allow for manual entry to personally adjust recipes to your preferences. Ie., after making a new recipe, you realize the next time you make it, you need to add more salt, or another ingredient. On a printed copy of a recipe, you can always write on it. As a magazine or online recipe is uploaded to Evernote, is there somewhere you can add changes to the recipe, so u can share or email it to someone with the changes in there? This is especially needed for Recipes.
  7. Share the ways you are putting Evernote to use for preparing your thanksgiving feast.
  8. I can hardly believe it's nearly Thanksgiving here in the states! This massive undertaking of a meal has got me thinking (especially since I'm hosting this year), of organizing it. Here's what I'm doing: 1. The food. Started a notebook with recipes of interest related to this fabulous holiday (confession: it's my favorite one.) As I cruise around, and inhale Thanksgiving magazine issues, all those bits of info go into that notebook. I also have a "real life" file of everything I've collected from the last 15 years or so on food and the plan of getting it all done. It's soon to be entered into Evernote so my iPad will be my control center this year. 2. The fun stuff. I've been finding all sorts of great table scapes, crafts and decorating ideas for the holiday. So, I've been stashing the keepers in Evernote (as well as Pinterest) for those I'd like to try. How do you organize yourself? Have any great resources to share?
  9. I have created a personal blog for storing my recipes and have found Evernote to be an invaluable tool. My blog is organized by category and I've created notebooks in Evernote with those category names for storing recipes and blog post ideas. I'm able to clip a recipe, a picture (if available) and the website (to give credit to the source) and store it where I know I'll be able to find it again. I also have a notebook entitled "Recipe Box" where I store miscellaneous clip art, menu plans, and other things that don't fit into the blog categories. Once I have tried a recipe (or my husband has, which is more often the case), I make any necessary adjustments to the recipe, and then create a blog post with the recipe name as the blog post title. Finally, I've been able to recycle all those clippings from websites, magazines and newspapers and put them in a place where they easily accessible, and make them available to family and friends as well. Here's a link to my recipe blog to see how easy it is to keep that recipe clutter to a minimum: Recipe Road
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