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Moleskine Moleskine Passion Journal - Recipe, Large, Hard Cover - Black


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Your cooking tips, all in one place. Fully embossed cover, 3 ribbon place markers and double expandable inner pocket. Informative pages: food calendars, food facts, measurements and conversions. 6 theme-based sections to fill in: appetizers, first courses, main dishes, side dishes, desserts, cocktails. 6 tabbed sections to personalize and 16 blank pages in which to unleash your passion's creativity. Several adhesive labels: 80 to be used on the blank tabs; 150 with colored icons and 12to customize the cover. 13x21 cm (5 x 8 ¿"), 240 pages, acid-free paper. Specifications: - Layout: Structured - Dimensions: 5x 8-1/4- Hard Cover with elastic closure and three bookmark ribbons. - Color: Black - Pages: 240 - Double-Expandable Inner Pocket - Paper Weight: 70 gsm/47 lb.; FSC Certified Paper; Acid-Free (pH Neutral)"

  • Dimensions: 0.75" wide x 5.25" long/deep x 8.25" high
  • Material: 100% Paper
  • Made in China

Care Instructions: Spot clean


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Technical Details
Brand NameMoleskine
Item Weight13 ounces
Product Dimensions5.6 x 0.7 x 8.4 inches
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Item model numberS33155
Number of Items1
Manufacturer Part NumberS33155
  
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ASIN8862933150
Best Sellers Rank #4,080 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight13.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableNovember 2, 2009
  
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This book has everything you need in a recipe journal.
Stepho
That's where the Moleskin recipes journal comes in; it's excellent for keep track of recipes I've tried and loved.
telesilla
One nice feature is an index in the back where you can see what page a recipe is on.
james lawrence

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71 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Keith Blodgett VINE VOICE on May 5, 2010
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The Moleskine Passions Recipe Journal is a well made diary sized (5"x8¼") notebook printed on medium/light weight acid free paper with 240 total pages. It contains sections for most typical areas of cooking; Appetizers, First Course, Main Dishes, Deserts, etc. plus several unlabeled sections for the owner to personalize. In addition there are weight, measure and temperature conversion charts, produce and fruit harvest/ripeness charts, food information charts and sections for notes, event or party planning. The cover is cleverly embossed with kitchen utensils and includes an elastic strap to keep the journal securely closed. Also included are three handy attached bookmarks and an expandable pocket in the back which contains the two sheets of stickers (for personalization) that come with the journal.

The pages for recording your recipes have limited space for writing, you'll need write carefully and small to fit most recipes on a page. The pages are not removable and pages cannot be added or moved around. The print in the book (charts, tables, etc.) is nearly microscopic. I found it very hard to read anything in the journal. As well the current and recent prices listed here on Amazon make this a very expensive and hard to justify choice.
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54 of 57 people found the following review helpful By Stacy A. Jones on March 4, 2010
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I have to be honest - I already have quite a collection of Moleskine notebooks and love them all. However, I will say that I found this recipe journal to be the perfect companion. I consider myself a home cook with a penchant for collecting, organizing and categorizing my recipes into favorites folders within Firefox. However, it isn't always safe for my computer on the kitchen counter.

The pages in the recipe journal give you enough room to record a standard recipe if you don't mind keeping your handwriting pretty small. I had to shrink mine a bit after a few of my longer recipes had ingredients squeezed into the margins. I found the space for rating the recipes - 0 to 5 stars - a little unnecessary. If I think a recipe is worth anything BUT 5 stars, I'm not wasting any Moleskine pages on it at all.

Loved the blank tabbed pages in the back and the adjoining stickers - there are LOTS to choose from - that let you create your own sections. However, the actual layout of those pages isn't really conducive to writing more recipes. You get a page split up into smaller sections horizontally and none of the nifty layout from the pre-labeled recipe sections.

I should also mention that the wine pairing space provided didn't get much use. I actually took it upon myself to LOOK UP wine pairings for some of my favorite recipes though, and to that end at least I've been prompted to learn something about wine/food.

All in all, this is a great companion for any foodie who has an appreciation for Moleskine's craftsmanship. If you ask me, sure beats having a tin full of index cards or a box full of clipped recipes.

Assuming I eventually fill up my recipe journal - I've just begun - I would definitely buy another one. Lets me take ownership of recipes and add my own variations.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By M. Garrett on April 13, 2010
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I really love the Moleskine Recipe Journal, I come from a family that loves to cook, but we each have our own twist on the same recipes. This is a great way to collect all those recipes you love in one place and to change them however you want! I would say it's deserving of a 5 star rating except there aren't as many pages of the full recipe layout as I would like - the last half of it is divided into 4 blank sections - a little smaller than the size of a recipe card. These sections are great for small recipes or notes, but I would much rather have more of the in depth pages that sold me on this journal in the first place.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By DBucci on May 18, 2010
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This is a small format journal 5 1/4" x 8 1/4". There are a total of 12 tabbed sections each of them can record 16 recipes. 6 of the sections are already identified as Appetizers, First Courses, Main Dishes, Side Dishes, Desserts and Cocktails.

Each page in that section is printed with the recipe journal template that divides the page into pre-labeled sections. About 1/3 of each page is taken up with sections to note difficulty, servings , preparation time, cooking time, cooking process, wine parings, notes, and 1 to 5 star rating. I would prefer not to have that space on each page dedicated so I would have the flexibility to include only the information I feel is necessary and have that extra space to record the recipe or notes. The note section is 1" x 1 1/2", too small to be practical and I don't need a dedicated section to record whether the recipe is prepared in an oven, microwave, or stovetop.
The cocktail section has a different template and includes sections for alcohol content, servings, ideal occasion,tools, suggested glass, decoration, rating and notes.
If you are not able to print neatly in a very small font, 8 -10 point you would have a hard time using this journal. The small journal size will also limit the length of the recipes you could include.

The six tabbed sections that are unmarked also can record 16 recipes but those pages do not use the recipe journal format the pages are divided horizontally into 5 equal sections.
Inside the back cover is a two pocket accordion file where you will find some pages of stickers. Two pages of them have stickers intended to use to identify the unmarked tabs or you could use them to reassign the pre-marked sections. The two other pages one red one grey include stickers like love this!, hate this!, great tip!
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