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Domestic Sluttery: Cookbook Bookends
I must have at least a million cookbooks, more or less. There's some in the kitchen, some piled up beside my bed and even more spread throughout the rest of the house. Frankly, they're out of control and I need some way to organise them before they rise up and take over. I've had my eye on these fantastic cutlery bookends for a while and it might be time to get a knife and fork to keep my...
The Perfect Recipe Book Holder for Your Kitchen

Keeping recipe books open to the correct page at time can be difficult. With our handy recipe book holder you'll no longer need to set the peanut butter jar ...

Mae Mae says:
Need ideas for kitchen countertop items!?
What are some decorative/functional items for a kitchen countertop???? Will give best answer.
mab5096 says:
Colorful canisters look nice and can be used for storage, of course. Sugar, coffee, tea, flour, or if they are open use them for utensils. A small wine rack if you like wine is nice too. Baskets...


The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook
The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook
Published by Knopf 2012
ISBN 0307961060,9780307961068
336 pages
The long-awaited cookbook by Deb Perelman of Smitten Kitchen—home cook, photographer, and celebrated food blogger. Deb Perelman loves to cook. She isn’t a chef or a restaurant owner—she’s never even waitressed. Cooking in her tiny Manhattan kitchen was, at least at first, for special occasions—and, too often, an unnecessarily daunting venture. Deb found herself overwhelmed by the number of recipes available to her. Have you ever searched for the perfect birthday cake on Google? You’ll get...
The Organized Kitchen
The Organized Kitchen
Published by Adams Media 2011
ISBN 144053263X,9781440532634
240 pages
An organized kitchen is the salvation every busy cook needs! You'll save yourself time, money, and stress—all while whipping up delicious, healthy meals your family and friends will love. From aprons to zesters, this book provides an A-Z of simple shortcuts that will make all the difference, including: Shelf and storage strategies Five-minute kitchen feng shui When to clean what—with what The right tools for the right tasks The truth about freezing food Meal plans that really work Ten...
Simple Steps to Organizing Everything
Simple Steps to Organizing Everything
Published by Rodale 2006
ISBN 159486389X,9781594863899
354 pages
You're Just Minutes Away from Conquering the Chaos and the Clutter-Forever! Simple Steps to Organizing Everything is a lifesaver and a treasure chest of clutter-control advice. Best-selling author Donna Smallin brings sanity back to your household with room-by-room, tried-and-true organization techniques to ease the burden of managing your money, house, time, family, and some of life's big challenges, such as moving, balancing home and work, and the changing seasons. If you struggle to put...
Organizing from the Right Side of the Brain
Organizing from the Right Side of the Brain
Published by St. Martin's Griffin 2004
ISBN 0312318162,9780312318161
320 pages
A how-to handbook for creative, spontaneous "right-brained" individuals offers innovative solutions to help readers organize their life and workplace, explaining how to overcome obstacles to organization, discover the advantages of being a "pack rat," and other unique ideas. Original. 25,000 first printing.
Knack Organizing Your Home
Knack Organizing Your Home
Published by Lyons Press 2008
ISBN 1599213877,9781599213873
242 pages
Encompassing every room in the house as well as outdoor spaces, a richly illustrated guide to home organization presents step-by-step instructions for eliminating clutter and creating simple but effective storage solutions, with a year-round schedule of good home-organizing habits. Original.

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