Recipe Organizer - Deluxe A La Carte Design in Red Faux Leather
Full page sized to conveniently organize and store recipes, clippings, and print-outs
- 3 Ring construction
- Measures 11" w x 11 13/16" h x 2 1/4" d
- 12 tabbed divider pages
- 12 PVC-Free pocket page sheets hold 5" x 7" recipe cards
- 12 PVC-Free sheet protectors hold 8 1/2" x 11" sheets
- 24 5" x 7" recipe cards
- Tie-clasp storage envelope
- Red Faux Leather
- Will hold an additional 40 sheets
I was drowning. Drowning in a sea of clipped articles, quickly-written scraps of paper, and little bits of magazines here and there. I was drowning in an unorganized pile of recipes. How was I to find my Great-Grandma’s tomato sauce recipe among all of the scraps of meatloaf, and frittata and apple pie? I felt lost at sea, a sea of paper.
I then found my savior, the Red A La Carte recipe binder! It was an amazing contraption, where I could not only store my scraps of paper neatly and alphabetically, but I could also write-in and include my own recipes all in one place. No more loose pieces of paper falling to the floor every time I reached for Betty Crocker, no more flurries of magazine pages when I tried to find my roast beef!
Having a recipe binder has made all the difference, and it might make a difference for you, too. It allows you to have a place to store all your scrap recipes you may have clipped from other places, magazines, and friends without the disorganization of just having them all in a pile. You can easily slip the pages into the binder’s, or include your own written or typed recipes on paper as well. It is easy to quickly organize by alphabet, or recipe type, leaving you with a feeling of joy! Recipe binders can save you time and making cooking a fun and enjoyable experience again.
These binders also make a great gift for the cook in your life. I loved my red one, but you can pick and choose from a variety of styles and designs, to fit the decor of any kitchen. Many will appreciate the ability to to organize their recipes the way they want. No more drowning in the sea of paper, have it all combined in one great place.