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Cooknook Cookbook Holder


Most cookbook holders sit on the counter. They take up valuable counter space, but that is a small price to pay for having your cookbook or recipe sitting next to you in an easy-to-read spot. That being said, if you could still have easy access to a recipe as you cook without giving up the counter space, it would be a huge plus. This is the main selling feature of the Cooknook Cookbook Holder. The Cooknook ├é┬ámounts right under your cabinets, where it easily holds most cookbooks (maybe not some of the really huge ones!) off the counter and where it is easy to read. There is even a magnetic plate at the front of the holder where you can pin up recipes that aren’t in cookbooks, whether you’re using a family recipe scribbled down on a recipe card or a page torn from a magazine.

I’d probably keep this out all the time, propping the next cookbook I plan on using in it even when I’m not cooking, but if you don’t want to clutter your kitchen up, you should also know that this holder will fold up underneath the cabinet that it has been attached to to keep it out of the way when you’re not using it.

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  • starcastic
    July 20, 2010

    I have one… and I LOVE it. I got it for Christmas a few years ago and it is an amazing little gizmo (or is it doodad?). I put it under my higher cabinets so it’s even more out of the way, and if I’m using a book that the pages won’t stay up (like a magazine), I can pop a corner under the edge of one of the doors.

    Whoever thought of this was a genius.

  • Megan
    July 21, 2010

    This is wonderful! Thank you! I love your reveiws, they are so helpful. I don’t always know if the new kitchen gadge out there is useful!

  • liv
    July 23, 2010

    That’s nifty!

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