Saturday, November 12, 2011

Recipe Rock Giveaway and Review

This Holiday, you'll be happy to get a rock in your stocking, a Recipe Rock. With more than 70 percent of cooks reporting they choose the Internet over cookbooks (ha, they must've seen my binders overflowing with printouts), 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.
Recipe Rock is simple, practical and extremely easy to use. Just remove the metal ball from the magnetic rock, place the pages upright in front of the rock and replace the ball on the rock with the papers in between.
The Recipe Rock and other Architec Housewares products are available at Crate & Barrel and specialty boutiques.

I am so glad to get to review this. I have a TON of print outs but nothing to hold them as I'm cooking. This comes in so handy. It works great, hold it at a nice level for easy reading. It says it holds up to 8 pages, but my printer paper is kind of thick so it only held a few, but really I only need it to hold one at a time. It's a great little size, about the size of a small apple, I just worry the kids will run off with the little ball.

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*Disclosure* I wrote this review for "Mommy? I'm Hungry!" about Recipe Rock. The product(s) in this review were provided to me free of cost for the purpose of conducting my review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and are not influenced by monetary compensation. Product info & stock images provided by PR or Co.

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14 Lovely Comments:

christopher sorel said...

that is very cool and would be better than the way I put a recipe here then there

ButterYum said...

This is an excellent idea! I can imagine it would be helpful in the home office as well.


shana said...

This is a very cool idea. I sure wish I had thought of it!
It would also work on the dining tables at work for announcements. (Senior Center)

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Karen said...

Why couldn't I think of something like this? Brilliant, simple idea.

royalegacy said...

I like the idea. If I win, now I don't have to keep picking up the paper and then setting it somewhere. Then when I need to look at the recipe again, I spend time looking for it since I never leave it in the same place twice.

Dina said...

How cool! I use cookbooks but also lots of recipes off the internet, that's perfect for printouts!

NicoleakaMama said...

Love it! Its a great idea. My papers that I print out are always getting wet or ruined cuz i have to pick it up to read it. or stuff gets spilled on it

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Christian said...

This is great! Whenever I try cooking, I usually resort to the internet for recipes. I refuse taking the laptop to the kitchen for obvious reasons, so I'm always stuck with a flimsy paper. This is a really neat solution! (

♡♥♬ Raven In A Blue Room ♬♥♡ said...

I love it, I have so many recipe cards and print outs

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Kathy said...

I think this would work for many other things other than recipes. Shopping lists. Reminders. etc.

Mommydoll13 said...

i think this is a awesome idea and would make a great present for my mother inlaw who has a ton of wonderful recipes


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