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For the die-hard foodie, what could be better than adding your own stamp of authenticity to each culinary creation? This Williams-Sonoma gift set includes a wooden card box that can be personalized with your name, 100 index cards and an embosser to imprint each one. Organize your recipes by category and give your time-honored favorites the special place they deserve in your kitchen.
Put the same care into recipe keeping as you do with recipe making. This homemade copper recipe journal is durable enough to become an heirloom that gets passed down through generations. With beautiful, thick pages for handwriting or gluing in recipes, you can create your very own old-fashioned cookbook from scratch.
Give yourself an extra hand in the kitchen with this easel-like recipe album. Not only does it store and organize your collection of mealtime faves, it will stand at attention while you're cooking to make following a recipe so much easier. Insert your own recipes or ones you've clipped from magazines into the plastic pages and you'll be ready to get cooking!
Sometimes the best solutions are the simplest ones. What could be easier than creating your own recipe binder with a stylish cover and some plastic sheet protectors? Just slide your own recipes, or ones you've collected from magazines, into their own individual sleeves and use tabbed dividers to separate each category. Voila – your very own cookbook has been created! Besides being a quick project to put together, your recipes will be protected from spills and splatters while you use them.
Add a little kitsch to your kitchen with everyone's favorite cake maker! Betty Crocker's Box o' Recipes contains 55 pre-printed recipe cards with snacks, meals, and desserts from the original 1950s cookbook. Add your own recipes to the box for a tidy solution. It's a tasty and classic way to keep your kitchen running smoothly and everyone's stomach running on full!
The modern look of this stainless steel recipe box fits right in with today's progressive kitchens. It's the ideal place to organize and keep your cooking and baking favorites out on the counter while still providing a streamlined look. If you've got an extra large recipe collection, group two or three boxes together for a visual impact that's in good taste.
What's cooking? You! Whip up something tasty from this retro-looking recipe tin. Don't worry if you haven't got your own recipes yet; this box comes with 50 pre-printed recipe cards to get you started. With an additional 50 blank cards, there's room to grow when you start to collect your own favorites. You'll be saying “Bon Appétit” in no time!
Bigger than a standard recipe box, this double-sized option from Target is fantastic for keeping a larger collection at your fingertips. Its wooden construction will stand up to frequent use in a busy kitchen. The hinged lid has a groove on top; just slide the recipe card you'll be using into the groove and your ingredients and steps will be displayed from the first teaspoon to the final taste.
Clean lines and durable acrylic make these index card files a clear choice for recipe keeping. Choose from the small or large box, depending on the size of your collection. For easy categorization, use tabbed dividers (sold separately) to group like recipes together. When it's this easy to find your recipes, you'll be able to get dinner on the table in no time!
If you're trying to “go green” in your kitchen, a bamboo recipe box can be a part of your environmentally-friendly quest. Sturdy and ecological bamboo is easy to clean and keep well-seasoned – it just needs a little mineral oil every once in a while to help maintain its appearance. The hinged lid stays open as you flip through your recipes and it helps keep them clean when closed.
The Portochef Recipe Album is so practical -large enough for a picture, you can stand it in your kitchen and it's covered in plastic
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