• Cookbook Holder Tip

    Tired of trying to keep your cookbooks clean and at eye-level while you're preparing your favorite recipe? Try this tried and true tip . . .



    Here's a great way to repurpose an old clothes hanger in the kitchen! Use it to secure the pages of your favorite cookbook while you're preparing a recipe. This helps prevent the pages from becoming splattered and holds the recipe nearer to eye while you work.



    We Love New Uses for Old Things!
    Comments 7 Comments
    1. C2Ranches's Avatar
      C2Ranches -
      What a great idea. I will use this.
    1. laxmom's Avatar
      laxmom -
      What a clever idea. I will now say "yes" to keeping the hanger and will try this in the future.
    1. tink69's Avatar
      tink69 -
      love it!! I'm going to try this!
    1. MrsAndy's Avatar
      MrsAndy -
      Excellent!! I will certainly use this idea. Thanks
    1. leeloomiana's Avatar
      leeloomiana -
      I've been doing this forever and my husband always laughs at me! lol , but it works great
    1. kholtmeyer's Avatar
      kholtmeyer -
      I would have never thought of this thanks!
    1. McSurf's Avatar
      McSurf -
      Great use for those store hangers!!!
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