You’re a good cook. You’re an even better web surfer. When the food is on the table, you are invincible. Everything looks great and tastes even better, but when all the congratulating is done, you have to admit another thing, you’re an un-organized, digital cook.
It’s okay. The Food Network and Martha Stewart have led you through some tense dinner party menu-blocks. And now you have an impressive list of print-outs with no where to store them. And let’s not talk about what they look like after you’re finished cooking.
Thank God for wipe off countertops, dishwashers, and plastic appliances. All the damage you’ve spent several hours inflicting upon your kitchen can be repaired, save of course the balsamic vinegar you spilled all over page 134 of your favorite cookbook from the La Brea Bakery. You are constantly being reminded how unforgiving a surface paper actually is…
And then, like manna from heaven, appears our No-Cookbook Recipe Stand that can hold all your digital print outs and magazine tearouts in one classy stand. With its clear plastic shield and storage space, you will no longer be your cookbook collection’s worst enemy. In fact, your loose papers will stay so nice it will be like you don’t even use them…all those recipes are “just something you thought up.”
Be nice to your stealth internet recipes. Really, they’re only trying to help you.
- Portochef No-Cookbook Recipe Stand by Umbra
- Designed by Ice Lui
- Holds magazine clippings, recipe cards, photocopies, printed internet recipies and more!
- Folds down flat for compact storage; invisible magnetic closure
- Has 26 clear plastic sleeves to hold all your print outs and magazine recipes
- Measures 8.27 x 11.69 inches