Protect Your Recipes While Cooking
Place a zipper-lock bag flat on the counter, slide the paper recipe right into it, and zip it shut. Gallon-sized bags work nicely for 8½ by 11-inch sheets, while sandwich-sized bags work well for recipes mounted on index cards. Here are more useful cooking tips and tricks.

Protect Your Recipes While Cooking

Place a zipper-lock bag flat on the counter, slide the paper recipe right into it, and zip it shut. Gallon-sized bags work nicely for 8½ by 11-inch sheets, while sandwich-sized bags work well for recipes mounted on index cards. Here are more useful cooking tips and tricks.

  1. mckeegles reblogged this from dinobearthemighty
  2. citydwellercountrydreamer said: I use sheet protectors, and keep all recipes torn out of magazines or printed online in a binder.
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  4. allisonfoley said: another good trick - sheet protectors. I keep all of my 8x11 recipes in a binder and keep a few loose binder rings around so that I can pull out a meal’s worth of recipes, clip them together and hang them from my cabinet door. Clean & organized!
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