A lot of my recipes come from the internet not from cookbooks. Often it is difficult to keep the recipe upright and clean while I’m cooking. I’ve tried everything…propping the piece of paper up with glasses, taping it to the cabinet, you name it. The handy dandy Recipe Rock
took care of that problem for me! It holds up to 8 pages with its powerful earth magnet and when not in use…it looks cool on your counter.
This holiday season, it’s the luckiest cooks in the kitchen who will receive a rock in their stocking! With more than 70 percent of cooks reporting they choose the Internet over cookbooks, Recipe Rock from Architec Housewares will be the perfect sous chef for all that holiday dinner prep work.
This small 2-inch, sculpted, concave “rock” simultaneously holds up to eight pages of printed recipes upright at the ideal viewing angle and prevents pages from sauce splatters and dirty hands. With its innovative new way to hold recipes and its $9.99 price point, Recipe Rock is the perfect stocking stuffer or last minute gift.
Recipe Rock is perfect for recipes from the Internet, magazines and even note-cards. And it is small enough to fit in a drawer or recipe box!
Jordan used the recipe rock the other night while he was making Mostaccioli for dinner.
The Recipe Rock is available at Crate & Barrel and other specialty boutiques. One lucky reader of The Mom Maven is going to win a Recipe Rock for themselves or to give as a gift to their favorite cook.
Disclosure: I received a Recipe Rock for the purpose of this review. All opinions are 100% mine.