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Skewer and clip hold recipe in view

Fine Cooking Issue 91
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When I’m following a recipe, I like to have the card or piece of paper right in my line of sight yet out of the way of splatters and spills.  I’ve found a way to do this that uses items I always have available: a skewer and a plastic spring clip. I pass the skewer through two adjacent wall cabinet handles, with the spring clip in the middle. I then clip my recipe so that it’s suspended at eye level. You can also use an ordinary spring-loaded wooden clothespin in place of the plastic clip.

Margie Kelland, St. John’s, None


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