Digital Recipe Library Still Defies Construction

Remember those roasted Brussels sprouts you made last year for the holidays? The whole family loved them—even Uncle Enzo, who normally turns green whenever forced to eat something of that color. Your family now thinks you’re a kitchen wizard and wants you to repeat your culinary feat this weekend, but you can’t seem to find the recipe. You remember discovering it online last year, after having had one eggnog too many, but you can’t remember where. The copy you printed out has long since made its way into a recycling bin, and when you type “Roasted Brussels Sprouts” into Google, you get thousands of listings. If you can find that recipe again, you must remember to save it. But how?

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