Moleskine Introduces Actual, Non-Electronic Recipe Journal
There's been no shortage of iPhone apps for home cooks, but now Moleskine is offering something truly revolutionary: a recipe journal. As in one made out of paper that you actually write stuff on, using a pen or pencil.
The 240-page journal includes measurements, conversions, food calendars and facts, six theme-based sections for appetizers, mains, desserts, and the like, and "16 blank pages in which to unleash your passion's creativity."
And best of all, there are adhesive labels, which, for all its bells and whistles, you will never find on Michael Ruhlman's Ratio app.
[Via the Food Section]
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