Friday, April 28, 2017

Free Recipe Sheets ~ 3 Different Designs ~ A Patty-Pan Printable


"You never tasted anything so good!"

There is nothing like a good recipe to make meal time merry! Lately, I have been spending time weeding through my old clippings, family recipes, doing some "strictly from the pantry" recipe experiments and converting many to gluten-free for my daughter.  I have enjoyed organizing them all, updating them with healthier ingredients when possible and developing new favorites. While I love recipe cards for their old fashioned feel, I do appreciate the convenience of a nice, large piece of paper to write down all the instructions without the space restrictions. I also like that they can be slipped conveniently into my recipe book. The good news is that Mrs. Ribby (my most recent and charming acquaintance) has been gracious! She is sharing her little recipe sheets with us!


"Come in good time, my dear Duchess," said Ribby's letter,
"and we will have something so very nice.


She has provided her guests (and this includes you!) with three different designs of her recipe sheets!  The first one is her trademark page which features her own little cozy cottage kitchen interior. You will find The Tale of the Pie and the Patty-Pan Recipe Sheet HERE.


The second recipe sheet is a basic black and white version with an inspirational verse for she was also a pious little Pussy-cat! You will find this printable recipe sheet HERE.


And lastly, she had designed a page with her friend Thomasina Tittlemouse in mind (for it matches her gentle cottage rose collection). You will find The Cottage Rose Inspirational Recipe Sheet HERE


The "heading" on each printable is meant to include the title of the recipe. The "from" section is meant for your name if you are the giver of the recipe or it is intended to document the original recipe source (such as wonderful grandmother!). The rest is self-explanatory...
 

Thank you for taking the time to call! This post is a part of our 2017 edition of Fun Friday with Beatrix Potter featuring The Tale of the Pie and the Patty-PanOther posts shared thus far in the series include a printable coloring book, printable gift tags and quaint cottage homemaking musings and music. Have a lovely weekend!


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16 comments:

  1. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I have just recently put together a binder for printed recipes. I really like the notebook paper approach. As always, you're a blessing to all of us.

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    1. Thank you! I am so glad you could use them! Nice hearing from you :)

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    1. You are welcome Lynn! Have a lovely week! :)

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  3. Delightful! Thank you! I had just come to the computer to print some Cottage Rose pantry labels and found these recipe sheets just waiting to be added to my Inspirational Recipe Book!

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    1. So glad you are going to use the cottage rose pantry labels! I would love to see a picture when you are finished with your project! :)

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  4. I love these, JES, and was so pleased you included the cottage rose design -- my favorite. I have also been using full sheets of paper for recipes lately, rather than cards, and appreciate having a beautiful design now. You've mentioned in previous posts about needing to bake gluten-free for your daughter. My gluten-sensitive sister and I have been experimenting this past year with einkorn flour. She tolerates it well, even though it's low-gluten rather than gluten-free. Do you have any experience with einkorn? Again, your efforts for your readers are so appreciated! Love, Nancy D.

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    1. Hi Nancy, thanks for sharing! I don't have any experience with einkorn but will have to look into it! My daughter is not celiac and it seems she tolerates sourdough fairly well so that may be an option for her. Thank you :)

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  5. Thank you so much, JES. These are so very pretty.

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    1. Glad you like them Chel! Have a lovely weekend! :)

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  6. Thank you for sharing these, JES ~ they are so lovely! I have a binder that I keep our recipes in which I am planning on cleaning out and making prettier. Wonderful inspiration!
    Have a lovely spring weekend ~
    ~Lynne

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    1. Thank you Lynne! You are always so kind with your comments! :)

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    1. Thank you Mikia! I hope you are able to use them! :)

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  8. Jes... you always do such beautiful work and are a blessing for offering it to others. :) I am no where near able to do such a project right now... too many other more important things, but I will remember it is there at a later time. Thank you,

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    1. I understand! There is a season unto everything my friend! :) Having your priorities in order is most important!

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