I was going to share this recipe for balsamic glazed pork made in the Instant Pot but the website must be down right now which makes me glad that I saved the recipe to my iPad when I found it a few days ago. If the link doesn’t work, check back later because it was pretty good and we’ll definitely have it again. I served it with coleslaw and some sweet potato wedges that I fixed in the airfryer. I think I’m turning into my Mom who was the queen of kitchen gadgets and devices. She had to downsize her kitchen stuff significantly when she moved a year and a half ago.
So while there are lots of ways to save websites and pdf’s I admit my favorite is using iBooks on my iPad. I can organize by quilting, by recipes, by any categories you want and the info is available even when I’m offline.
To use, when on a webpage, click the square with the arrow on the top left of your iPad screen and scroll right to find the iBooks icon. It will turn any website you’re on into a PDF file and save it or you can save PDF files the same way.
I also save all my digital copies of books I buy from Martingale on iBooks but I’m an Amazon user so most of my actual digital books are read on the kindle. Initially I kept all my files in the same folder on iBooks but as I saved more and more, it’s easier to have them in folders. Check this link for more info on using iBooks.