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Jul 30, 2009 11:07 AM

Where to find fill-in-your-own-recipes-cookbooks?

I knew I shouod bought a second one when I saw it but didn't.....I found a "blank" cookbook at Costco a few months ago and now I've filled it with my own recipes. I now want a second one but I can't seem to find them at Costco. Has anyone seen these and know what I'm talking about? (and could find them?) Thanks

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  1. Is there a "publisher" or manufacturer noted on the back? It seems in a quick Google, Gooseberry Patch puts out something like what you're talking about:

    And you can find it on Amazon:

    I know the GP stuff is sold in various craft stores, like Michael's Crafts, and in places like Cracker Barrel.

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    1. re: LindaWhit

      Thanks for the suggestions..... this is what I have

      1. re: MIss G

        I like that cover - very '60s/'70s retro! I have to say - not a big fan of the Gooseberry Patch cookbooks covers - too country-cutesy for me. But they were all I could find in a quick Google a few days ago.

        OK - here are some other ideas for 3-ring binder types that might work for you:

        Barnes & Noble:
        Other choices after searching for "blank recipe book" (several pages in the search):


    2. I think I know what you are talking about, and I am pretty sure I have seen them at Hallmark.

      1. I see these sort of things all the time in the cookbook discount section at Barnes and Noble. I think Borders has them too. Good luck. =)

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        1. re: DishDelish

          The discount section of B&N is exactly where I got mine.

          1. re: irishnyc

            They are very nice looking too, just not exactly what I was looking for. I needed a recipe file box last time I was looking. =)

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