We get a lot of questions about recipe storage. What's the best way to store recipes? Do you have a sheaf of clippings, internet print-outs, and recipe cards? How do you keep it all organized? It seems like many cooks have these questions! So we're always interested when we see storage solutions that accommodate all of these formats, like these recipe binders from Meadowsweet Kitchens.
These sets include a binder, which comes with 12 tabbed dividers, tab sticker labels, and recipe pages. There are three different sorts of pages: Two-sided magnetic pages for clippings and articles; recipe card pages that hold handwritten recipe cards (matching recipe cards are available too); full-page recipe pages that hold computer printouts or larger pages.
If you like your recipes neat, organized, and color-coordinated, this might be a good option for you.
Have you tried any of the Meadowsweet Kitchen products? How did they work out for you?
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