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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.
I chose this rating as it had fast delivery and is worth the money! This is a perfect little gift for anyone that loves being in the kitchen! Read morePublished 18 months ago by robyn Starkey
I was so delighted when this recipe organiser turned up. Mine is now packed to the brim with family recipes written on the recipe sheets and hole punched recipes I have saved from... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Jen Edwards
Bought this for a wedding present to put family recipes in. Was exactly what I was looking for, really good size - not too small and great quality. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Victoria
This recipe organiser would be utterly perfect if it weren't for the size. It is a little too small to fit A4 paper in! Read morePublished on 14 Aug. 2013 by Miss Helen C Piggott
Very helpful information on inside of the covers. The sections are also excellently divided. Cath Kidstone stuff is generally amazing!Published on 22 Mar. 2013 by Sanjeet Ghataore
Bought as a present for a friend and she loved it, makes a good female present, if they love collecting receipePublished on 18 Mar. 2013 by Pauline Powling
This looks lovely and makes me want to open it and get cooking. I repeat the complaints given by other reveiwers: it's annoying that it isn't A4, so you have to make sure any... Read morePublished on 4 Mar. 2013 by M Moore
This book is lovely, larger than I thought so needs a relativly big worktop to use. Classic Cath Kidston design inside and nice handy pockets for storing recipes which havent made... Read morePublished on 21 Feb. 2013 by Kirsty Ford