Hang Recipes From Cabinent Doors With A Binder Clip

It’s no secret that binder clips can be used for just about anything and if you have a collection of printed recipes, this simple trick could be a real asset in the kitchen.

Reddit user Beaver-Believer suggests unscrewing a cabinet’s knob, placing a binder clip on the inside of the door, then holding it in place by screwing the knob back in. The attached clip will barely take up any space when the cabinet is closed, and will hold any recipe when the cabinet is open. If, like me, you read most of your recipes off a tablet screen, a Sugru kitchen tablet mount will be a little more useful. But if you have your recipes printed out, it’d be hard to find a simpler solution than this.

Home chefs, tape some neodymium magnets to the inside of your cabinet doors for an easy recipe holder [Reddit via WonderHowTo]

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