Lost River Jones, The one I use is called Big Oven. It should be readily available on their website and it is actually a web based software so I can view/use it on any device although I find it works best with Google Chrome. You can copy paste recipes and then you simply label as ingredient, instructions etc. If you have the paid version (which I do as I said at $20 annually) you can create custom folders etc.
They have about 500,000 online recipes that are searchable, some of which are good and some are not so much. They are all added by users to my knowledge and that leaves a lot of room for varying taste. I use it mostly for my own recipes but have found some good ones on there.
It also has some great features such as a leftover feature where you can enter up to three ingredients and it will search for a recipe that uses those ingredients.
Check it out!
caddis, I think I simply wanted to retain more moisture in the final product and was attracted to the carrot fiber as it indicates that it doesn’t change the taste of the final product. Since I wanted to add a fair amount, I decided it would be a good thing to try.
It has worked out well and I really like the finished product. I also use this recipe in hot dogs, but, I am looking for a different way to cook them as the last batch was overcooked and ended up as snack sticks (and very good ones at that). Thinking of trying a water bath for the hot dogs instead of oven or smoker. May or may not work but we will see!