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On of the best ways to save money is to make your own food instead of eating out. However, many people run into the problem of not having enough food ideas. Tuna fish sandwiches can get really old really fast.

Put down that tuna fish sandwich and head over to CookingSpot for thousands of recipes for free. I was impressed with the number and variety of recipes that CookingSpot has to offer. The recipes are well organized by categories, so finding a particular dish isn’t difficult. I’m a big fan of Mexican food, so I checked out what they had to offer. Most recipes sites don’t have recipes for real Mexican food. It’s usually just TexMex stuff. However, I was happy to see some recipes for actual Mexican dishes on CookingSpot.

One neat feature of CookingSpot is that people can submit their own recipes to it. CookingSpot is basically a social cook book. Because of this social aspect of CookingSpot, you’re guaranteed to find something new and fresh every time you check the site.

By far the best feature of CookingSpot is that it’s free. If you want some of the added features like Your Recipe Box or if you want to contribute recipes, you have to sign-up, but that’s free, too.

CookingSpot looks like a great way to expand your cooking choices. Try out some of the recipes and start saving money by eating in.

[tags]CookingSpot, recipes, food, Mexican[/tags]