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Cath Kidston Recipe Organizer Ring-bound – 2007

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Product details

  • Ring-bound
  • Publisher: Chronicle Books (2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0811859495
  • ISBN-13: 978-0811859493
  • Product Dimensions: 28.7 x 5.1 x 30 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 294,959 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Cath Kidston Ltd was founded in 1993 when designer Cath Kidston opened a tiny shop in London's Holland Park. She began by selling the vintage fabrics, wallpapers and brightly-painted junk furniture she remembered fondly from her childhood. Her clever, witty re-working of traditional English country house style meant that her shop soon became a cult success.

Gradually Cath began to design her own prints and products. One of the first was a printed ironing board cover - practical, quirky and with a distinctive floral print, it has come to epitomize the Cath Kidston look. The product base has expanded steadily to include an extensive range of homewares as well as women's fashion and accessories and the 2008 launch of the Cath Kids brand. Various products are manufactured under license by companies such as Churchill China and Fulton Umbrellas.

Over the years Cath's high-profile collaborations have included creating tents with Milletts (2005-6), Nokia mobile phones with Carphone Warehouse (2006) and collectible radios with Roberts (2005 onwards). In 2008 she collaborated with Tesco to produce printed eco shopping bags made from plastic bottles to raise funds for Marie Curie Cancer Care. Sales of the bags raised almost £500,000 for the charity and saved about six million plastic bottles from landfill. In 2009 Cath collaborated with Maclaren to produce a children's buggy in her classic spot red print. She has also published five books, most recently Sew! with Quadrille in October 2009 - a follow up to 2008's hugely successful Make!

Cath Kidston Limited has expanded steadily to become the unique global lifestyle brand it is today, with Cath remaining Creative Director. Currently there are 30 shops and concessions in the UK, two shops in the Republic of Ireland, seven in Japan and one in Kuwait. In October 2009 a shop opened at Heathrow Airport's revamped Terminal 4 - the company's first in an airport - and in November two new temporary 'pop-in' shops were opened in London to make the most of the busy Christmas trading period. The business' successful worldwide mail order, web and wholesale divisions also continue to grow.

Cath Kidston Ltd is one of the most influential and original design companies to emerge from the UK in recent years. It was announced in the Queen's 2009 New Year Honours List that Cath Kidston is to be awarded an MBE for services to business in 2010.

Product Description

Cath Kidston Recipe Organiser Creating a custom recipe book has never been easier! This sturdy and stylish three-ring binder is neatly organized course-by-course with space to write cherished recipes and store magazine clippings and Internet printouts. Featuring ample pockets for extra storage as well as handy tear-out shopping lists and a variety of helpful cooking charts the Cath Kidston Recipe Organizer is an all-in-one source for kitchen inspiration.


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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By slink on 12 Nov. 2010
Format: Ring-bound
Although very pretty and well made it's not a standard A4 size. Rings will fit plastic sleeves you might purchase yourself to hold recipes printed from the internet onto A4 paper but they'll stick out top and bottom which is less than ideal. Silly really 'cause it would be fab otherwise.
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52 of 55 people found the following review helpful By liz_morden on 4 Sept. 2010
Format: Ring-bound
Although this is quite a pretty item, I'm very disappointed with it.

Firstly, the main reason I bought this was to record and keep baking recipes. There are 8 dividers and not one is for baking, it even has one for drinks but no baking! There are lots of sections I'll never use, but none for what I need, which is frustrating as the only pocket for each section is the divider.

It says at the front that if you specialise in cakes or cookies, you can label the blank divider - but there is no blank divider! There is one named miscellaneous, but that's not the same.

Also, the big Cath Kidston label isn't on the front of the binder, but stuck on the outside of the plastic shrink wrap. This didn't bother me too much but might upset some people.

Finally, although it apparently is wipe clean, unfortunately the finish on the cover means it marks easily, and mine gas arrived scratched and marked so it wouldn't be good if it was a gift.

If you're looking for something to record every kind of savoury recipe and a few standard desserts, this would be good. However, if you're a baker or you want something more flexible, I wouldn't recommend this. I don't know why they can't just supply a sheet of stickers so you can customise the tabs as you wish, instead of forcing you to use it in a certain way.

As I can't find a better alternative, I'll have to put my own stickers over the tabs which will look awful, I may as well have bought a 99p ring binder and a set of dividers!
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By S. Bloch on 11 Sept. 2010
Format: Ring-bound
Lovely cath kidston ring binder recipe organiser.
Lots of different ways to keep your recipes. Conversion table for all different measurements. Wallets for cut out recipes from magasines. Overall very pleased.
The only minus is that the ringbinder is not ur usual size and has 6 holes so when using a hole puncher it doesn't hole punch the page in the correct place.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By baker on 14 Dec. 2011
Format: Ring-bound
I was disappointed to discover that you can't get refills(new pages) for this. Contacted Cath Kidson - operator not really interested = said must have been a one off product. Contacted their customer dept - got an acknowledgement but still waiting for a reply.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 11 Sept. 2010
Format: Ring-bound
I love my recipe organizer. It is ideal and looks so pretty in my kitchen. I tend to laminate and hole punch any recipes I like and add them in so had to buy a 3-hole punch but I also use the write-on cards supplied. Although as another reviewer said there is not a baking section, I tend to put my baking in the dessert section. Now the price is lower I intend to buy a few as gifts for people.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jenny on 22 July 2012
Format: Ring-bound Verified Purchase
Divinely gorgeous, matched all my baking and cooking stuff, in true Cath style, but has non standard ring bindings, so you have to attempt to hole punch individual holes, and it can be very trying if you're trying to file a recipe, say from a magazine, quickly. One for the patient but stylish cook!
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Recieved this as a birthday present from a dear friend, was absolutely thrilled. Includes lots of handy conversion and substitution tables which are really handy when following american recipes. The perfarated shopping lists are great as they are double sided so you can fit alot on them. The recipe sheets have two smaller spaces for recipes on the front and one large space for a bigger recipe on the back, making it less wastefull. The pockets are great as you can store magazine cutouts in them and they also act as dividers so you can divide up your recipes in to the catagories
Appetisers
Soups
Salads
Main Courses
Side Dishes
Desserts
Drinks
and Miscelleneous

this makes it very easy to keep organised.

Overall a really well made, well designed, product which will definately look fab in any kitchen! FAULTLESS!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jellymander on 18 Nov. 2010
Format: Ring-bound Verified Purchase
This is a very pretty item and is perfect for keeping all those recipes torn out or copied from books and magazines. Stores them neatly on my cook-book shelf. It is very versatile and I love it.
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