Best recipe files with dividers, flashcards, conversion charts and more

Whether it’s a new discovery or an old favourite, collect your foodie thoughts with a handy organiser Whether you find yourself daydreaming about dinner parties, tearing out delicious-sounding recipes from the Sunday papers or earmarking dishes you’ve seen online to try later – there’s a good chance your foodie thoughts are getting a little disorganised. Well fear not because it’s nothing that a good recipe file can’t help you with. A dedicated space for you to collate all things foodie, a recipe file can help plan everything from mid-week meals, to more special one-off occasions and also chart your experiments and findings in the kitchen along the way. When thinking about what recipe file is right for you, consider how much space you need and whether you’re happy with the sections provided or would rather customise your own. Some have sheets allowing your book to grow and refill, while others come with a predetermined amount of pages. As well as space to write down your favourite recipes, it’s also a helpful place to store the recipe cards you’ve been keeping from your weekly recipe boxes. A lovely gift for the food-mad friend in your life, many of these files came in a present...

Experience history throughout New York State during these two special Path Through History Weekends! Witness history

Experience history throughout New York State during these two special Path Through History Weekends! Witness history before your very eyes by checking out the special events going during Path Through History Weekend in our Mohawk Valley Region. You don’t have to be a historian to appreciate New York State’s rich heritage. New York’s Path Through History helps you discover, experience and appreciate the state’s amazing past. A wealth of memorable experiences awaits you – from living history museums to forts and military landmarks, to the homes of presidents, great writers, and artists. With an unparalleled network of museums, historic sites, and cultural institutions, Path Through History takes you across the state to discover events of the past and learn how they reverberate today Learn how to tie fishing knots, bait a hook, cast a fishing rod, and maybe even catch a fish. Guided by a marine biologist and expert anglers, you’ll learn the basics of line fishing, while catch-and-releasing some of Brooklyn Bridge Park’s aquatic organisms. Equipment provided on-site. All ages are welcome to drop-in. Gardiner Open Studio Tour (Gost) – Summer ...