How many times have you shuffled through yellowed, dog-eared cookbooks, or rifled through an ancient recipe collection binder in hopes of remembering exactly where you put those recipes you wanted?
Worse, how many times have you found yourself frantically googling a recipe because you weren't sure if you needed a teaspoon or a tablespoon of baking powder but you're already up to your elbows in flower.
Yeah, we've all been there.
Adam Erace's Brilliant Idea
However, Adam Erace has discovered a new way to save yourself from the madness. He suggested storing your favorite recipes as contacts in your phone.
Cook tip: So I don't have to Google every time, I store basic recipes and ratios as contacts in my phone pic.twitter.com/FUcEv1BYBT
— Adam Erace (@adamerace) August 5, 2017
And he is being hailed the genius of the decade.
You're a damn genius.
-- Lindsey Tramuta (@LostNCheeseland) August 9, 2017
Others are also busy promoting his candidacy for the Nobel prize after he proved that you can bring up your favoirte recipe contacts by using Siri.
And the nobel prize goes to.... #brilliant
-- Dr. Haggis ? (@Drhaggis) August 5, 2017
Some are even speculating that Siri will soon be able to make your meals and not just show you how.
Soon: Siri, make couscous
-- Danya Henninger (@phillydesign) August 5, 2017
Most people, however, just agree that this recipe storage revalation was life altering. Now, thanks to this genius hack, they'll never find themselves recipe-less if they're in a pinch.
What More Could We Want?
Naturally, since it's such a good idea, someone has already inquired as to its patent status.
Hope you ™'d this.
-- Ian Froeb (@ianfroeb) August 5, 2017
So, will you start trying it yourself?