|The Recipe Rock makes following recipes easy.|
The Recipe Rock is the contemporary version of the clunky big recipe holder. In addition it can be used to display homework for easier studying or used for anything else you’d like to read hands-free. In keeping up with the times, the Recipe Rock is designed to hold internet printouts – up to 8 pages. With over 70% of cooks reporting they use the internet over cookbooks, this small 2” rock is fulfilling a modern-day need.
I am one of those cooks who scour the internet for dinner recipes. When cooking, I lay the printouts on the counter while I prepare the recipe. Inevitably the sheet gets splattered with ingredients, and I end up having to throw it out.
|A sleek modern design sets the |
Recipe Rock apart from other
When I tried the Recipe Rock, I was weary if it could hold a piece of paper without the sheet bending over. To my surprise, it held the printout vertically at the perfect viewing angle. The papers are held by a strong magnetic ball; it can also grip thicker recipe note card. After completing the recipe, I was thankful that the Recipe Rock was compact enough to easily store in my cabinet without cluttering it.
At $9.99, the Recipe Rock is the perfect affordable gift for moms and their families. The Recipe Rock is available at Crate and Barrel, a few specialty boutiques and online stores (like breadtopia.com).
For more info: Architec Housewares produces the Recipe Rock. The manufacturer is well known for its fresh modern take on classic housewares. View its website at www.architecproducts.com.
Disclosure: Author did not receive any monetary compensation for this post, but did receive a sample to review. All opinions expressed are solely those of the author. Additional note - The “70% of cooks reporting they use the internet over cookbooks” statistic was provided by the PR firm representing the Recipe Rock.