Don’t overlook the importance of well-organized recipes as well as the ingredients to make them. Recipe cards and pages torn from magazines can easily overstay their welcome on pantry shelves. I’ve never organized a pantry for a client in which their recipe collection didn’t require its own solution. Aside from keeping the pantry orderly, a recipe binder allows you to actually start using all of those pages you tore out with the best of intentions, only to have them disappear into the long-lost recesses of the pantry. The beautifully-designed Williams-Sonoma recipe journal comes with plastic sleeves to hold 4” x 6” or 5” x 7” recipe cards as well as journal pages to make notes. Divider tabs allow you to group recipes by category. There’s even a large kraft paper envelope to bring some order to those magazine clippings.