Blank Recipe Book

Blank Recipe Book

... I'm a music major, and I needed staff paper ... This is a cute product and the staff paper is great. (Feb 1, 2016) ***** Amazing Recipe Book ... This is the third smART bookx recipe book I've purchased.

Author: Smart Bookx

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 1517351499

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Page: 110

View: 251

Large 8" x 10" Softback Blank Recipe Book / Journal [$5.50 / £3.99] INTERIOR: One hundred attractive and spacious recipe record pages. To view, click on Look Inside and scroll past the initial blank Contents tables; there's space to log: - special dietary requirements, - recipe origin, - serving number, - preparation & cooking times, - cooking style, - food and wine accompaniments, - nutrition, and - ratings of difficulty level and success. Conversion charts for temperature, weight and volume (both British & American) at the back. Notes pages for jotting down chefs, TV programs, Youtube channels, ingredients suppliers, culinary terms or festivals etc. A blank personalized Contents Table with space to add your own cooking categories alongside the standard ones. Whether it's Breads, Festive Fare, BBQs or Paleo that float your boat, you'll always be able to quickly find a recipe by allocating each to one or more categories as you go along. Thick white paper minimizes ink bleed-through. EXTERIOR: Cover: Tough matte paperback. Binding: Secure professional trade paperback binding, i.e. it's built to last; pages won't fall out after a few months of use. Dimensions: 20.3 x 25.4 cm (8" x 10"). (Almost the same width as A4 but a few cm shorter in height - so no more cramming recipe details into tiny boxes!) SIMILAR PRODUCTS: smART bookx publish several Blank Recipe Journals. Each has the same interior but there are cover designs to suit all tastes. To take a look search 'recipe' & 'bookx' on Amazon (don't forget the 'x'). Thanks for looking, The smART bookx design team Buy With Confidence Because Our Customers Love Our Stationery: ***** Gorgeous Notebook ... I am very pleased with this purchase. The picture on the cover is lovely and the paper inside takes the pen beautifully ... ideal for jotting down ideas and shopping lists. I would buy this brand again. (30 Jun 2014) ***** Very Nice ... Beautiful. My daughter loved them!!! (August 17, 2014) ***** Love the Van Gogh Notebook ... Loved it, keep it in my purse incase of creative impulses. (November 8, 2013) **** Beautiful Book ... Awesome pictures on front and back ... It will be a nice journal (December 31, 2013) ***** Five Stars ... Great artwork, perfect size. (August 16, 2014) ***** Really Pretty Notebook ... My mom loved it ... Going to get The Best Dad in the World one for my dad at Christmas ... highly recommend. (July 1, 2014)
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Find Food

Find Food

In this recipe book you will find: Record 100 of your favorite recipes Organize the recipes the way you want Easily mark the recipes' rating, difficulty, cooking time, servings Additional notes (such as source of the recipe, why it holds ...

Author: M. Press Publication

Publisher:

ISBN: 9798505221846

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Page: 120

View: 608

Record all your families favorite Recipes into the full size cookbook journal and also family cookbook makes it easy to collect all your most beloved recipes in one place so you, or someone you love, can make and share them for years to come. In this recipe book you will find: Record 100 of your favorite recipes Organize the recipes the way you want Easily mark the recipes' rating, difficulty, cooking time, servings Additional notes (such as source of the recipe, why it holds special meaning to you and more) It is a great size (6 x 9 in) - not too big and in the same time with enough writing space to jot down everything needed. A great gift for foodies, friends and family members who love to cook and need to record and catalog their delicious culinary creations. A great kitchen gag gift for Men & Women Don't forget to check my store . Thank you
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Chef Recipes

Chef Recipes

It is beautifully designed, simple, clear, easy to use and well organized.Features:In this recipe book:Record 120 of your favorite recipesCreate your own custom index and organize the recipes the way you wantEasily mark the recipes' rating, ...

Author: Recip Publishing

Publisher:

ISBN: 9798638202668

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Page: 120

View: 956

Write in your favorite recipes in one place.Do you want a personal cookbook with the recipes you love the most?Do you want to preserve and organize all your family recipes?Are you tired of pinning, printing and bookmarking a recipe only to have a hard time finding it later when you need it?Then this outstanding recipe journal is just for you - the perfect way to organize all your favorite recipes in one place. You will love it. It is beautifully designed, simple, clear, easy to use and well organized.Features:In this recipe book:Record 120 of your favorite recipesCreate your own custom index and organize the recipes the way you wantEasily mark the recipes' rating, difficulty, cooking time, servingsExtra space for additional notes (such as source of the recipe, why it holds special meaning to you, and etc.)A great gift for foodies, friends and family members who love to cook and need to record and catalog their delicious culinary creations - everyday meals, soups, appetizers, main courses, desserts, pies, beverages, and more.Get this blank cooking book now and start filling it with your personal collection of tasty treasured recipes.
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Recipe Journal

Recipe Journal

The journals in this collection are made to be used - they aren't fancy so you don't have to worry if you spill something on it - it's inexpensive and replaceable. There is no spiral binding to get crushed or unravel.

Author: Recipe Recipe Journal

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1519484496

Category:

Page: 182

View: 676

Nothing says "home" like a home-cooked meal, and food plays such an important role in the journey of our lives. But if you make more than 3 dishes you probably have a pile of go-to recipes floating around your kitchen, computer, or phone. The problem with that, especially if you're a foodie like me, is keeping all of those recipes straight can be a real hassle! Before the internet our moms and grandmothers had card boxes and big 3-ring binders that EVERYTHING fell out of. Then we moved on to "recipe boxes" on our favorite websites, then pinning, and bookmarking, and storing on Google drives... But if you're like me this is still an organizational nightmare! And personally, I'm putting my computer, phone, or tablet in peril every time I cook with it. (I've ruined 3 laptops by spilling various liquids in the keyboard and we won't talk about the number of times I've dropped my phone in the middle of a pile of ingredients)! So how the heck do you keep everything organized and USABLE without jeopardizing your electronics!?! Simple! Mix a dash of old school with a pinch of modern... and voila! Recipe Journals are the perfect way to keep organized and have your recipes handy. Step 1 - Find your favorite recipes on the internet Step 2 - Print them off and paste them in the book Step 3 - Record the recipe title and the page number in the Table of Contents (yes the pages are all numbered, and yes there is a table of contents at the beginning) When you find a recipe in a magazine, simply cut it out, paste it in and repeat the instructions above. If you're watching a cooking show just jot the recipe down and you'll never have to remember what the heck that show was so you can go find the thing online (hoping of course that it's still there!) And you can also safely store those cherished recipes that have been passed down from family members and friends. The journals in this collection are made to be used - they aren't fancy so you don't have to worry if you spill something on it - it's inexpensive and replaceable. There is no spiral binding to get crushed or unravel. And no hole punched pages that get weak with use and tear. It's a regular paperback so just crack the spine so it lays as flat and don't feel guilty about it! All the journals have cute or classy covers so even though they're super-functional they look nice sitting around the kitchen. Each book has 180 numbered and lined pages with a Table of Contents on the first page so you can keep organized. I have about a dozen of them and I choose designs I love to match what they contain. A gorgeous watercolor rooster for the cover of my Poultry Recipe journal Baskets of garden-produce for my Vegetable Recipe Journal A cute painting of cupcakes for my Desserts (OK I'll confess I have 2 for desserts) Farmyard animal paintings for beef and pork dishes A retro style for old family recipes A holiday table scene for my family's Christmas and New Year favorites The list goes on... A recipe journal is also the perfect gift for family and friends (give it pre-filled or blank) and makes a great addition to gift baskets of home-made treats from your kitchen. They're great as a house warming gift or for a celebration like a wedding or bridal shower (one of my nephew's just got married and we gave he and his new wife an assortment of kitchen items and included a journal with the recipes he loved to have when he visited our house growing up). It's awesome to send with a student going off to college too (we're sending one with my older son's favorite dishes when he leaves next fall). Get started today and fill your own blank cookbook with your favorite romantic meals, holiday favorites, and secret family desserts, or just clean up that mess you've got on Pinterest and Google! Scroll up and get your own Recipe Journal and start recording your culinary journey now..."
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Recipe Journal

Recipe Journal

The journals in this collection are made to be used - they aren't fancy so you don't have to worry if you spill something on it - it's inexpensive and replaceable. There is no spiral binding to get crushed or unravel.

Author: Recipe Recipe Journal

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1519500807

Category:

Page: 182

View: 735

Nothing says "home" like a home-cooked meal, and food plays such an important role in the journey of our lives. But if you make more than 3 dishes you probably have a pile of go-to recipes floating around your kitchen, computer, or phone. The problem with that, especially if you're a foodie like me, is keeping all of those recipes straight can be a real hassle! Before the internet our moms and grandmothers had card boxes and big 3-ring binders that EVERYTHING fell out of. Then we moved on to "recipe boxes" on our favorite websites, then pinning, and bookmarking, and storing on Google drives... But if you're like me this is still an organizational nightmare! And personally, I'm putting my computer, phone, or tablet in peril every time I cook with it. (I've ruined 3 laptops by spilling various liquids in the keyboard and we won't talk about the number of times I've dropped my phone in the middle of a pile of ingredients)! So how the heck do you keep everything organized and USABLE without jeopardizing your electronics!?! Simple! Mix a dash of old school with a pinch of modern... and voila! Recipe Journals are the perfect way to keep organized and have your recipes handy. Step 1 - Find your favorite recipes on the internet Step 2 - Print them off and paste them in the book Step 3 - Record the recipe title and the page number in the Table of Contents (yes the pages are all numbered, and yes there is a table of contents at the beginning) When you find a recipe in a magazine, simply cut it out, paste it in and repeat the instructions above. If you're watching a cooking show just jot the recipe down and you'll never have to remember what the heck that show was so you can go find the thing online (hoping of course that it's still there!) And you can also safely store those cherished recipes that have been passed down from family members and friends. The journals in this collection are made to be used - they aren't fancy so you don't have to worry if you spill something on it - it's inexpensive and replaceable. There is no spiral binding to get crushed or unravel. And no hole punched pages that get weak with use and tear. It's a regular paperback so just crack the spine so it lays as flat and don't feel guilty about it! All the journals have cute or classy covers so even though they're super-functional they look nice sitting around the kitchen. Each book has 180 numbered and lined pages with a Table of Contents on the first page so you can keep organized. I have about a dozen of them and I choose designs I love to match what they contain. A gorgeous watercolor rooster for the cover of my Poultry Recipe journal Baskets of garden-produce for my Vegetable Recipe Journal A cute painting of cupcakes for my Desserts (OK I'll confess I have 2 for desserts) Farmyard animal paintings for beef and pork dishes A retro style for old family recipes A holiday table scene for my family's Christmas and New Year favorites The list goes on... A recipe journal is also the perfect gift for family and friends (give it pre-filled or blank) and makes a great addition to gift baskets of home-made treats from your kitchen. They're great as a house warming gift or for a celebration like a wedding or bridal shower (one of my nephew's just got married and we gave he and his new wife an assortment of kitchen items and included a journal with the recipes he loved to have when he visited our house growing up). It's awesome to send with a student going off to college too (we're sending one with my older son's favorite dishes when he leaves next fall). Get started today and fill your own blank cookbook with your favorite romantic meals, holiday favorites, and secret family desserts, or just clean up that mess you've got on Pinterest and Google! Scroll up and get your own Recipe Journal and start recording your culinary journey now..."
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Recipe Journal

Recipe Journal

The journals in this collection are made to be used - they aren't fancy so you don't have to worry if you spill something on it - it's inexpensive and replaceable. There is no spiral binding to get crushed or unravel.

Author: Recipe Recipe Journal

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1519502559

Category:

Page: 182

View: 840

Nothing says "home" like a home-cooked meal, and food plays such an important role in the journey of our lives. But if you make more than 3 dishes you probably have a pile of go-to recipes floating around your kitchen, computer, or phone. The problem with that, especially if you're a foodie like me, is keeping all of those recipes straight can be a real hassle! Before the internet our moms and grandmothers had card boxes and big 3-ring binders that EVERYTHING fell out of. Then we moved on to "recipe boxes" on our favorite websites, then pinning, and bookmarking, and storing on Google drives... But if you're like me this is still an organizational nightmare! And personally, I'm putting my computer, phone, or tablet in peril every time I cook with it. (I've ruined 3 laptops by spilling various liquids in the keyboard and we won't talk about the number of times I've dropped my phone in the middle of a pile of ingredients)! So how the heck do you keep everything organized and USABLE without jeopardizing your electronics!?! Simple! Mix a dash of old school with a pinch of modern... and voila! Recipe Journals are the perfect way to keep organized and have your recipes handy. Step 1 - Find your favorite recipes on the internet Step 2 - Print them off and paste them in the book Step 3 - Record the recipe title and the page number in the Table of Contents (yes the pages are all numbered, and yes there is a table of contents at the beginning) When you find a recipe in a magazine, simply cut it out, paste it in and repeat the instructions above. If you're watching a cooking show just jot the recipe down and you'll never have to remember what the heck that show was so you can go find the thing online (hoping of course that it's still there!) And you can also safely store those cherished recipes that have been passed down from family members and friends. The journals in this collection are made to be used - they aren't fancy so you don't have to worry if you spill something on it - it's inexpensive and replaceable. There is no spiral binding to get crushed or unravel. And no hole punched pages that get weak with use and tear. It's a regular paperback so just crack the spine so it lays as flat and don't feel guilty about it! All the journals have cute or classy covers so even though they're super-functional they look nice sitting around the kitchen. Each book has 180 numbered and lined pages with a Table of Contents on the first page so you can keep organized. I have about a dozen of them and I choose designs I love to match what they contain. A gorgeous watercolor rooster for the cover of my Poultry Recipe journal Baskets of garden-produce for my Vegetable Recipe Journal A cute painting of cupcakes for my Desserts (OK I'll confess I have 2 for desserts) Farmyard animal paintings for beef and pork dishes A retro style for old family recipes A holiday table scene for my family's Christmas and New Year favorites The list goes on... A recipe journal is also the perfect gift for family and friends (give it pre-filled or blank) and makes a great addition to gift baskets of home-made treats from your kitchen. They're great as a house warming gift or for a celebration like a wedding or bridal shower (one of my nephew's just got married and we gave he and his new wife an assortment of kitchen items and included a journal with the recipes he loved to have when he visited our house growing up). It's awesome to send with a student going off to college too (we're sending one with my older son's favorite dishes when he leaves next fall). Get started today and fill your own blank cookbook with your favorite romantic meals, holiday favorites, and secret family desserts, or just clean up that mess you've got on Pinterest and Google! Scroll up and get your own Recipe Journal and start recording your culinary journey now..."
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Recipe Journal

Recipe Journal

The journals in this collection are made to be used - they aren't fancy so you don't have to worry if you spill something on it - it's inexpensive and replaceable. There is no spiral binding to get crushed or unravel.

Author: Recipe Recipe Journal

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1548083895

Category:

Page: 150

View: 588

Nothing says "home" like a home-cooked meal, and food plays such an important role in the journey of our lives. But if you make more than 3 dishes you probably have a pile of go-to recipes floating around your kitchen, computer, or phone. The problem with that, especially if you're a foodie like me, is keeping all of those recipes straight can be a real hassle! Before the internet our moms and grandmothers had card boxes and big 3-ring binders that EVERYTHING fell out of. Then we moved on to "recipe boxes" on our favorite websites, then pinning, and bookmarking, and storing on Google drives... But if you're like me this is still an organizational nightmare! And personally, I'm putting my computer, phone, or tablet in peril every time I cook with it. (I've ruined 3 laptops by spilling various liquids in the keyboard and we won't talk about the number of times I've dropped my phone in the middle of a pile of ingredients)! So how the heck do you keep everything organized and USABLE without jeopardizing your electronics!?! Simple! Mix a dash of old school with a pinch of modern... and voila! Recipe Journals are the perfect way to keep organized and have your recipes handy. Step 1 - Find your favorite recipes on the internet Step 2 - Print them off and paste them in the book Step 3 - Record the recipe title and the page number in the Table of Contents (yes the pages are all numbered, and yes there is a table of contents at the beginning) - When you find a recipe in a magazine, simply cut it out, paste it in and repeat the instructions above. - If you're watching a cooking show just jot the recipe down and you'll never have to remember what the heck that show was so you can go find the thing online (hoping of course that it's still there!) - And you can also safely store those cherished recipes that have been passed down from family members and friends. The journals in this collection are made to be used - they aren't fancy so you don't have to worry if you spill something on it - it's inexpensive and replaceable. There is no spiral binding to get crushed or unravel. And no hole punched pages that get weak with use and tear. It's a regular paperback so just crack the spine so it lays as flat and don't feel guilty about it! All the journals have cute or classy covers so even though they're super-functional they look nice sitting around the kitchen. Each book has 180 numbered and lined pages with a Table of Contents on the first page so you can keep organized. I have about a dozen of them and I choose designs I love to match what they contain. A gorgeous watercolor rooster for the cover of my Poultry Recipe journal Baskets of garden-produce for my Vegetable Recipe Journal A cute painting of cupcakes for my Desserts (OK I'll confess I have 2 for desserts) Farmyard animal paintings for beef and pork dishes A retro style for old family recipes A holiday table scene for my family's Christmas and New Year favorites The list goes on... A recipe journal is also the perfect gift for family and friends (give it pre-filled or blank) and makes a great addition to gift baskets of home-made treats from your kitchen. They're great as a house warming gift or for a celebration like a wedding or bridal shower (one of my nephew's just got married and we gave he and his new wife an assortment of kitchen items and included a journal with the recipes he loved to have when he visited our house growing up). It's awesome to send with a student going off to college too (we're sending one with my older son's favorite dishes when he leaves next fall). Get started today and fill your own blank cookbook with your favorite romantic meals, holiday favorites, and secret family desserts, or just clean up that mess you've got on Pinterest and Google! Scroll up and get your own Recipe Journal and start recording your culinary journey now...
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Recipe Journal

Recipe Journal

The journals in this collection are made to be used - they aren't fancy so you don't have to worry if you spill something on it - it's inexpensive and replaceable. There is no spiral binding to get crushed or unravel.

Author: Recipe Journal

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1519503903

Category: Cooking

Page: 182

View: 989

Nothing says "home" like a home-cooked meal, and food plays such an important role in the journey of our lives. But if you make more than 3 dishes you probably have a pile of go-to recipes floating around your kitchen, computer, or phone. The problem with that, especially if you're a foodie like me, is keeping all of those recipes straight can be a real hassle! Before the internet our moms and grandmothers had card boxes and big 3-ring binders that EVERYTHING fell out of. Then we moved on to "recipe boxes" on our favorite websites, then pinning, and bookmarking, and storing on Google drives... But if you're like me this is still an organizational nightmare! And personally, I'm putting my computer, phone, or tablet in peril every time I cook with it. (I've ruined 3 laptops by spilling various liquids in the keyboard and we won't talk about the number of times I've dropped my phone in the middle of a pile of ingredients)! So how the heck do you keep everything organized and USABLE without jeopardizing your electronics!?! Simple! Mix a dash of old school with a pinch of modern... and voila! Recipe Journals are the perfect way to keep organized and have your recipes handy. Step 1 - Find your favorite recipes on the internet Step 2 - Print them off and paste them in the book Step 3 - Record the recipe title and the page number in the Table of Contents (yes the pages are all numbered, and yes there is a table of contents at the beginning) When you find a recipe in a magazine, simply cut it out, paste it in and repeat the instructions above. If you're watching a cooking show just jot the recipe down and you'll never have to remember what the heck that show was so you can go find the thing online (hoping of course that it's still there!) And you can also safely store those cherished recipes that have been passed down from family members and friends. The journals in this collection are made to be used - they aren't fancy so you don't have to worry if you spill something on it - it's inexpensive and replaceable. There is no spiral binding to get crushed or unravel. And no hole punched pages that get weak with use and tear. It's a regular paperback so just crack the spine so it lays as flat and don't feel guilty about it! All the journals have cute or classy covers so even though they're super-functional they look nice sitting around the kitchen. Each book has 180 numbered and lined pages with a Table of Contents on the first page so you can keep organized. I have about a dozen of them and I choose designs I love to match what they contain. A gorgeous watercolor rooster for the cover of my Poultry Recipe journal Baskets of garden-produce for my Vegetable Recipe Journal A cute painting of cupcakes for my Desserts (OK I'll confess I have 2 for desserts) Farmyard animal paintings for beef and pork dishes A retro style for old family recipes A holiday table scene for my family's Christmas and New Year favorites The list goes on... A recipe journal is also the perfect gift for family and friends (give it pre-filled or blank) and makes a great addition to gift baskets of home-made treats from your kitchen. They're great as a house warming gift or for a celebration like a wedding or bridal shower (one of my nephew's just got married and we gave he and his new wife an assortment of kitchen items and included a journal with the recipes he loved to have when he visited our house growing up). It's awesome to send with a student going off to college too (we're sending one with my older son's favorite dishes when he leaves next fall). Get started today and fill your own blank cookbook with your favorite romantic meals, holiday favorites, and secret family desserts, or just clean up that mess you've got on Pinterest and Google! Scroll up and get your own Recipe Journal and start recording your culinary journey now..."
Categories: Cooking

Recipe Journal

Recipe Journal

The journals in this collection are made to be used - they aren't fancy so you don't have to worry if you spill something on it - it's inexpensive and replaceable. There is no spiral binding to get crushed or unravel.

Author: Recipe Recipe Journal

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1519500289

Category:

Page: 182

View: 796

Nothing says "home" like a home-cooked meal, and food plays such an important role in the journey of our lives. But if you make more than 3 dishes you probably have a pile of go-to recipes floating around your kitchen, computer, or phone. The problem with that, especially if you're a foodie like me, is keeping all of those recipes straight can be a real hassle! Before the internet our moms and grandmothers had card boxes and big 3-ring binders that EVERYTHING fell out of. Then we moved on to "recipe boxes" on our favorite websites, then pinning, and bookmarking, and storing on Google drives... But if you're like me this is still an organizational nightmare! And personally, I'm putting my computer, phone, or tablet in peril every time I cook with it. (I've ruined 3 laptops by spilling various liquids in the keyboard and we won't talk about the number of times I've dropped my phone in the middle of a pile of ingredients)! So how the heck do you keep everything organized and USABLE without jeopardizing your electronics!?! Simple! Mix a dash of old school with a pinch of modern... and voila! Recipe Journals are the perfect way to keep organized and have your recipes handy. Step 1 - Find your favorite recipes on the internet Step 2 - Print them off and paste them in the book Step 3 - Record the recipe title and the page number in the Table of Contents (yes the pages are all numbered, and yes there is a table of contents at the beginning) When you find a recipe in a magazine, simply cut it out, paste it in and repeat the instructions above. If you're watching a cooking show just jot the recipe down and you'll never have to remember what the heck that show was so you can go find the thing online (hoping of course that it's still there!) And you can also safely store those cherished recipes that have been passed down from family members and friends. The journals in this collection are made to be used - they aren't fancy so you don't have to worry if you spill something on it - it's inexpensive and replaceable. There is no spiral binding to get crushed or unravel. And no hole punched pages that get weak with use and tear. It's a regular paperback so just crack the spine so it lays as flat and don't feel guilty about it! All the journals have cute or classy covers so even though they're super-functional they look nice sitting around the kitchen. Each book has 180 numbered and lined pages with a Table of Contents on the first page so you can keep organized. I have about a dozen of them and I choose designs I love to match what they contain. A gorgeous watercolor rooster for the cover of my Poultry Recipe journal Baskets of garden-produce for my Vegetable Recipe Journal A cute painting of cupcakes for my Desserts (OK I'll confess I have 2 for desserts) Farmyard animal paintings for beef and pork dishes A retro style for old family recipes A holiday table scene for my family's Christmas and New Year favorites The list goes on... A recipe journal is also the perfect gift for family and friends (give it pre-filled or blank) and makes a great addition to gift baskets of home-made treats from your kitchen. They're great as a house warming gift or for a celebration like a wedding or bridal shower (one of my nephew's just got married and we gave he and his new wife an assortment of kitchen items and included a journal with the recipes he loved to have when he visited our house growing up). It's awesome to send with a student going off to college too (we're sending one with my older son's favorite dishes when he leaves next fall). Get started today and fill your own blank cookbook with your favorite romantic meals, holiday favorites, and secret family desserts, or just clean up that mess you've got on Pinterest and Google! Scroll up and get your own Recipe Journal and start recording your culinary journey now..."
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My Recipes Journal

My Recipes Journal

Beautiful Recipe Journal - 100 Custom Pages Organize your cooking notes and keep your thoughts in this beautiful journal.

Author: Eula Tuttle

Publisher:

ISBN: 9798455090370

Category:

Page: 100

View: 761

Beautiful Recipe Journal - 100 Custom Pages Organize your cooking notes and keep your thoughts in this beautiful journal. Perfect for planning and taking notes of your recipes. 100 custom made pages Duo sided sheets Perfect sturdy matte softbound cover 7.5x9.25 perfect size for your purse, tote bag, desk, backpack, school, home or work Can be used as a cooking notebook, journal and diary Perfectly suited for taking notes, writing, organizing, lists, journaling and brainstorming Recipe Journals are the perfect gift for adults for any gift giving occasion
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