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  • S Johnson

    Recipe Organization: Have a pile of cookbooks gathering dust? Scan and print the one or two recipes you use the most often, then sell the book. Same goes for recipes in magazines. Tear out the relevant pages, then recycle the rest. Put the pages into clear plastic pockets in a three-ring binder. You've just made yourself a customized cookbook with plenty of room to grow.

  • Erica Poole

    recipe organization - already have a recipe binder, but want a stand like this in my kitchen for easy access when i am cooking

  • Tammy Martin

    A good way to organize recipes. I should have done this rather than the recipe book I just got.

  • Jennifer Woodard

    Finish my recipe binder, pull recipes from magazines instead of keeping the entire mag. and copy them from recipe books and put them all in binder~ no more recipe books stacked up, all recipes are in one place.

  • Susan Hanson

    Declutter Your Paper Piles, Recipe Organization idea

  • Selina H

    Declutter Your Paper Piles Recipe for Organization Have a pile of cookbooks gathering dust? Scan and print the one or two recipes you use the most often, then donate the book. Same goes for recipes in magazines. Tear out the relevant pages, then recycle the rest. Put the pages into clear plastic pockets in a three-ring binder. You've just made yourself a customized cookbook with plenty of room to grow. -- Lorie Marrero, author of Clutter Diet

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