Thursday, August 18, 2011

A cooking helper

How many times have you had your cookbook laying open on your kitchen counter turned to a certain page trying to follow a recipe and your pages flip over or the cookbook closes altogether so you try to prop it open with a cup or a can or a plate....something heavy. Well, today I found a cookbook holder at Goodwill, and the price.....$1.79.

This will make following a recipe from my cookbook much easier. And isn't it great looking? It's made of black metal, looks like wrought iron, with a rooster on top. Lots of swirls and a lattice back.

I still can't believe it was only $1.79. My thrifty find of the week!







7 comments:

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Flea Market Makeovers said...

Ok, I am jealous of the price you paid. I recently bought a rooster cookbook holder - and paid $16.95 for it! Great buy Donna!

Zuzana said...

That is beuatiful, I really love it.;)
Enjoy your cooking dear Donna and have a lovely weekend,
xoxo

cottage art shop said...

Very cute and what a deal!

Ruth Welter said...

You find the greatest stuff Donna, you need to come shopping with me, bargains never seem to jump out at me. Have a wonderful weekend.

ruth

Jan said...

What a beautiful find, Donna! I love shopping at thrift stores~~~

Angie said...

Wow, Donna, you are one lucky ducky!! I would LOVE to find one of those! :D

Catherine Holman said...

I'm never that lucky!