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GrumpetLikesCrumpets Thu 08-Nov-18 10:44:05

I have got my recipes stored in a nice purpose made Recipe file from Paperchase. But it's full now, and they don't do replacement pages and it's an awkward size of paper with 3 holes....internet search has come up blank. So, I think I'm going to have to start a new one, and, shock maybe re-write existing favourites to put in the new place because I like to have all my go to recipes in one place. This will take a while, but I really really want to have one storage place.

I have loads of recipe books and love internet recipes too, so the idea is that I keep all my go to recipes in one place, divided by type (Quick, one pots, batch cooking, meat, veg, fish etc), so a notebook wouldn't work for me. I could just use a boring old A4 file, but...the Paperchase one is SO pretty, and it's about a third smaller which is ideal for my kitchen cupboards

How do you store your recipes?

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JanetLovesJason Thu 08-Nov-18 12:22:50

In my head.

GrumpetLikesCrumpets Thu 08-Nov-18 19:22:42

Janetlovesjason that's the kind of thing I aspire to. My brain has other ideas

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dotty12345 Thu 08-Nov-18 19:51:45

I use a boring A4 folder but a pretty one. I’ve toyed with various notebooks in the past but they all get full / trashed somehow. With a folder and plastic wallets it’s easier to divide categories, take one out as you fancy, add to it. I bought 3 the same so if one gets too full I can move into the others.

GrumpetLikesCrumpets Sat 10-Nov-18 16:52:21

That's a good idea about getting extras. I think I'm just going to do the same

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