I made this recipe box for 3” x 5” index cards, but feel free to scale up for larger recipe cards. I use 1/8” thick birch plywood for the top and bottom, and a beautiful piece of 3/8” thick, 4” wide blond hardwood that I salvaged from a shipping pallet. I’m guessing it’s pearwood, but any stable wood will do! Rip a Groove in the Blank
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Graywash Recipe Box with Gray and Tan Floral Recipe Dividers! This Recipe Box is the perfect mix of modern rustic with Floral Recipe Dividers in a gorgeous Graywash stained box! This Recipe Box is just the right size to display on your kitchen counter providing easy access to all of your favorite recipes.
Julia Child’s Creamy Chicken + Mushroom (also known as Supremes De Volaille Aux Champignons) lightened up and cooked in one skillet!.
If you haven’t seen the movie Julie And Julia, it’s a film about Julia Child’s life in Paris in the 40’s-50’s, and a blogger/writer Julie Powell 50 years later,
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Lightly sand the recipe box to ensure that the surface of the wood is smooth. Step 3 Place transfer paper, darker side down, on the top of the box. Place the “Recipes” pattern on top of that and tape both down. Trace the word with a pencil. Remove the printed pattern and transfer paper. Step 4.
Add zip to your appetizer platter with an easy asparagus dip that doubles as a flavorful sandwich spread. — Janie Colle, Hutchinson, Kansas.
I often make it for my family to snack on, and it’s a great recipe for the kids to help make. —Christine Mitchell, Glendora, California.
Jacqueline is a blogger and freelance writer.