On the LYM Dec. 27th blog post I talked about a few of the projects I was hoping to accomplish this year. One of them is a recipe project where once a week I plan on preparing a new recipe and documenting it. I just found the recipe I'm going to do for week one from a book called The Poor Girl Gourmet. I've never cooked anything from this cookbook and actually just got it from the library a couple of days ago. The recipe I'm making is for a sundried tomato walnut orzo salad and I will hopefully be preparing it tonight for dinner. I can't wait to start this new project.
I know a couple of people commented on the blog that they hope to do this project as well so I'm posting this so that we can talk about what recipes we're making, sources for more recipes, how we're setting it up as an album (or blog or what have you).
Right now I'm planning on cutting kraft cardstock into 5"x7" pages, punching 3 holes on one side and binding it with book rings. Trying to keep it simple. One side will be for a photo of the recipe and the other for the recipe itself. If I print the photo and recipe out as 4x6 photos there should be room for a little bit of journaling about the recipe if I chose to do that.