The New York Times has turned the classic idea of the recipe box into a slightly more high-tech option for the modern home cook, who is more likely to save a link than tear a page from a magazine — or actually write down a recipe on a designated notecard.
Now, all users of NYT Cooking, the Times’ comprehensive recipe and technique database, can use Evernote to save all the recipes they want. In fact, you can save recipes from any site to the NYT Cooking Recipe Box, as well as handwritten recipes. All NYT Cooking recipes will be saved automatically.
In a press release, the Times explained that its Evernote integration was part of “new ‘third party save’ capabilities, which give users a number of options to save recipes from anywhere around the web, allowing them to expand the reach of their recipe box.”
Learn more about the tools available to you on NYT Cooking.