I agree with looking at the recommended sites/blogs for inspiration.
But also: "I go through sp recipes everyday looking for that one fantastic dish." I'd almost say "screw that" and take a good ol' regular cookbook -- or the SP one, that's fine -- (the more recent Betty Crocker editions have plenty of 'healthier' recipes, there's Bittman's original How to Cook Everything as well as his vegetarian take on it, etc.), and just force variety on myself by working my way though large segments, perhaps scheduling ahead a bit -- this week or month it's A, B, C, and D; next week H, I, J & K ... I might adust some recipes to make them healthier, or fewer servings, whatever to fit my lifestyle and nutrition needs. But I'd give up (1) most of my go to meals for a bit, except some backups for when I need something 'now', and (2) the search for the perfect or fantastic.
But that's just me. And it might just be a matter of two new recipes a week because of work/time constraints. But still.
"Habe nun, ach! Philosophie, Juristerei und Medizin, Und leider auch Theologie Durchaus studiert ..." (Goethe, "Faust")
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