I use Evernote. It's amazing.
They have a "web clipper" application you can download on your desk top/browser. when you're on a website you see a recipe you like, click the web clipper and it saves the page into an off-line searchable document in separate folders (I use main ingredient as the folder name: chicken, beef, etc).
Evernote is accessible on all platforms... desktop, phone (Android and iPhone). So if you're in the kitchen and want to look at a recipe, you can just grab your phone.
It all syncs across the different devices. It's all cloud-based so it's not on your computer or your phone. I love it.
There's a free version and a premium version.
For the free version, that I use, there's a limit to how much you can upload and save during a 30-day period. I've never even been close to the limit.
You can also upload your own photos and documents. I use it for grocery lists and planning.
All sorts of stuff. I love it.
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