I have a long recipe file and several smaller files and a number of cookbooks. I use the Betty Crocker sometimes but it often calls for cans of soup containing MSG. I do like the old Modern Family Cookbook by Meta Given and also one by Gladys Taber, probably Stillmeadow in the name, as I enjoy reading all her Stillmeadow books.
Babs, you might be able to find books in your library on scrapbooking recipes. I remember borrowing one after a talk on scrapbooking. It featured family pages with pictures, copies of original hand-written recipes so they were acid free, etc.
You can also get scrapbooking kits with different themes by searching for exact words "recipe scrapbook" but these kits are somewhat expensive. A local craft store sells embellishments and stickers, and cut plain cardstock, mounted a computer-printed recipe card, put recipe charms on each of four different colors and the store sold out of recipe charms in a flash.
Of course, if you have some retro artwork, sometimes available free on the internet for private use, that's always fun to include too.
Obviously, this is one of my own goals too, but I have to work it into a busy schedule. Maybe between 2 & 4 AM when I have nothing better to do, lol. (Just joking, I'm usually asleep!)
Lynnea the Dogmom