Finally, I realized I needed my own cookbook. I found a large binder, about 3-4 inches thick that wasn't being used for anything. I found some dividers and page protectors and put them in it. I then filled the page protectors with the recipes, filed by recipe type, in alphabetical order by what I actually call them (which may or may not be the same as what the page actually says...that is an area for improvement, since it makes it harder for others to use, if anyone else actually ever used my cookbook!) that we liked as I found them. The dividers I found have pockets in them, so I put recipes we haven't tried yet that I'd like to try, sorted by category, just like the recipes that we have tried. If I don't feel like photocopying a recipe from a cookbook, I can just put a page in the book that says the name of the recipe and the book and page it can be found on.
One of the other bonuses of this system is that it is going to help me give the kids a meaningful gift as they move out of the house. When they grow up and move out, I plan on making duplicates of this binder for each of them, so they can have "Mom's cooking" where ever they go in life. That's a long way off, so I may need to improve the system more before then, but it is a way I hope to be able to maintain a connection to the kids forever.