Spend an evening going through your recipe tear sheets, pin boards, etc. and remove things you aren’t ever going to cook. Let them go without any guilt. Set aside recipes you really want to try. See if you can make a schedule for testing them. One a week? One a month?

My family’s diet has changed over the years and I realized I have a lot of recipe clutter related to foods that we don’t even eat. It felt like such a gift to be able to let it go.

(Image credit: Roy Guisinger )

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