Recipe Keeper

Recipe Keeper

By Natasha Tabori-Fried (Editor); Naomi Irie (Designed by)

Welcome Books, Loose Leaf, 9781932183795, 352pp.

Publication Date: September 2005


How many times have you clipped a recipe from a newspaper or magazine, then “lost” it in a drawer? Welcome’s charming new Recipe Keeper is designed to be the perfect place to collect and hold all your favorite recipes. With its three-ring binding, the Recipe Keeper allows for the easy removal and addition of new pages. Blank sheets are ready to be filled in with handwritten recipes, while the empty clear plastic adhesive sheets provide the perfect storage for published recipes clipped from magazines and newspapers, printed off the internet, or photocopied from cookbooks. The best part – everything wipes clean! With an “equivalents and substitutions” table, the Recipe Keeper comes packed with everything a home chef could need.

Aside from its wonderful array of practical features, the Recipe Keeper makes the perfect gift for anyone thanks to its whimsical design. Featured on each tab is vintage artwork and inspiring quotes from famous food lovers such as Sophia Loren, Oscar Wilde, and Jonathon Swift. Collecting recipes and dishes has never been so fun and easy — so start clipping, and bon apetit!

Colorful tabs separate and organize recipes by type and occasion for simple, easy access, including:

Breakfast & Breads
Hors d’oeuvres & Appetizers
Soups, Salads, & Sandwiches
Pasta & Grains
Meat, Poultry & Seafood
Vegetables & Sides
Desserts & Beverages
Holidays & Parties

About the Author
Natasha Tabori Fried is Managing Editor of Welcome Enterprises, Inc. She has co-edited, with Lena Tabori, The Little Big Book Of Love (William Morrow), and The Little Big Book of Chills & Thrills (Welcome).

Praise For Recipe Keeper

"...This retro designed (by Naomi Irie) Recipe Keeper is the ticket!...This is a perfect gift idea for Mother’s Day! I am going to have my Mom write some of our family recipes in my Recipe Keeper, and make it a true family keepsake!”