Eventually, your family is probably going to get tired of eating the same old things. You’ve probably had the same recipes recycling through for many years, if not generations. Ultimately, your family may get bored of these things, and you can end up spending a lot of money on going out to eat if you don’t figure out new ways to get recipes.
Five easy and free places to get these new recipes might include hunting websites, mobile phone apps, YouTube channels, on the packages of food that you buy, and even from crowdsourcing different social media outlets.
If anyone in your family hunts, you can find recipes for wild game on hunting websites. In fact, this is probably one of your best resources for these type of meals, because hunters are going to be the ones best know how to prepare meat. Chances are very likely they have a entire recipe book of potential meals for pretty much any type of animal that you can cook. Recipes for venison tends to be high up on the list of having exceptionally good preparation techniques.
Mobile Phone Apps
Another great place to search for recipes for your family is by looking at recipe apps on your phone. A majority of these are free, though the more extensive ones may have some sort of initial cost or perhaps a subscription fee. The great part about many of the mobile apps is that they will even link to videos showing you how to do all of your preparation. It’s never been easier to learn how to cook, especially when it comes to having new recipes available pretty much in your pocket.
One great resource to check out when you’re looking for new recipes for your family is YouTube. There are a ton of YouTube cooking channels that you can look at for free, and they have some of the best cooks in the world sharing some of their best recipes. Plus, you can have your family look at the videos in advance to see if it’s something they may be interested in.
Have you ever noticed that there are a ton of recipes on packages of food that you buy at the grocery store? You can look at packages of macaroni and cheese, or spiral noodles, or jars of mayonnaise. A lot of times there will be recipes that specifically uses ingredients, and some of them can easily turn out to be family favorites.
From Social Media
And finally, simply asking people for recipes on social media is a fantastic way to get new material. Especially since your social context probably at least know you tangentially, they may be able to understand what your basic palette is going to be for your family, and then send you certain recipes accordingly.
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