like a fool, and all over the place.
i have a file folder full of hand written and computer print out recipes.
I use ziplist to keep epicurious.com and simplyrecipes.com recipes stored on line.
I have used Cheftap as a central storage between pc, phone, tablet, and with their latest update I may look to them. It allows you to "share" any webpage with the app, and it stores the recipe and instructions sections. It also allows you to edit & save the recipes in the app. I think the cross device backup / sharing / synching is still a lil short of what I'd want, but I like the concept, and I've been working with it a bit since it was a beta app.
I also like Yummly.com who has pioneer woman and skinnytaste.com stuff, and some decent reccomendations. it builds your profile by using your tastes and ingredient lists and recipes that you "YUM" or "like"
I'd like ONE place, online that stores recipe edits, and a bonus would be a synch across devices.
thankfully, once I cook something two or three times i don't need the recipe anymore. If it is one that I make alot, and it's difficult, I'll print that and keep it in the file folder mess.