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Half Page Family Recipe Binder Kit - White

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Get everything you need to put together a family recipe binder.

Available in White half and full page and Burgundy half and full page.

We start with a white 3-ring binder with "Recipes" printed elegantly on the front cover and spine. If you want to use a custom front and back cover (made by our software or on your own) simply slide it into the clear plastic cover protector.

We selected a white binder because it will go with any of our software templates, and we went with a 1.5" D-ring binder, so it can hold literally hundreds of pages of recipes. The binder is slightly oversized, so it will protect the included 10 index tabs from harm. This binder is manufactured in the United States, and it has a rugged D-Ring. It feels solid and reliable. Dimensions are 2.25" wide spine, and 9" x 8.5" height/width.

Next we include our handy Kitchen Conversion Cheat Sheet. It converts cups to ounces, tells you how to cook a steak, measures spaghetti, and a hundred other handy tidbits you'll want at your fingertips.

Our third clever idea was to include a label sheet of 80 different categories for your cookbook. Why should you lump all your cookies into "Desserts" just because a cookbook tells you to? Our software lets you categorize your recipes how you want, and with 80 different category labels, our binder does too! Just peel off the 10 categories you want to use and stick them right on to the tabs. Throw the rest of the labels away (or pick up some extra tabs and keep using them).

All told, if you order our optional page protectors, you can fit about 125 pages (remember--those page protectors are very high quality, but a little bulky). If you print double sided, with the page protectors that will give you about 250 recipe pages. If you go single sided, 125 pages.

If, however, you go without page protectors you can probably fit around 300-400 sheets of paper, depending on paper quality. It will look quite classy with as little as 60 sheets, though.

We could have made a more ornate binder, but then it would've been about us. Your family cookbook is for you, so we're just giving you the tool kit you need to easily make the recipe book that reflects your cooking.

Good cookbooking!

Matilda

Made in USA

P.S. If you want to use a full page cookbook binder with all these same goodies, click here.

P.P.S. We also offer both half page cookbook page protectors and full page cookbook page protectors.

Each kit includes:

Each kit includes:

  • 1 binder sized for 5.5x8.5" (half of a letter-size 8.5x11) paper.
  • The Cookbook People's Kitchen Conversion Cheat Sheet color information card, punched to include in your family cookbook.
  • Set of 12 tabbed page dividers designed to help you easily organize your cookbook.
  • Sheet of 80 high-quality printed cookbook category labels for use with tabbed dividers.

 

   

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  1. Another Cookbook for me!

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    I am allergic to a LOT of foods, so last year I decided to make my own cookbook. I did a search and found this site and ordered one. I have now filled it with recipes I found on the internet which fit my needs. With the encouragement of my husband, I ordered a second cookbook. It arrived very quickly and I have started putting new recipes in it. These are so well made that I know they will last me a long time.

  2. White Binder

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    I have just recently started organizing my recipes, I noticed in another of the binders that the post that holds the metal spine is not attached. Is there any tool or way to get this to stay in place. On this one as in the one you previously replaced, it's the bottom post. Is there anything I can do to make it stay in place? Other than that, I really like all the products I have purchased. Read Less

  3. Retuned them

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    Retuned them

  4. Empty Binder

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    I felt it was not clear that the plastic covers needed to be purchased for the binder at greater expense than I had budgeted for this gift.

  5. I am looking forward to

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    I am looking forward to getting my recipes organzied. I ordererd an extra book so I can pass my recipes onto my son. The books seem to be just what I was looking for. Though, I did think that there would be pages in the binders that I could attach recipes to.

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