yellow owl workshop recipe cards

by Grace Bonney

This year I’m trying to get back on track with my cooking. Last year was consumed with prepping and traveling for the book tour, so I became a card-carrying member of theĀ Grubhub-addicts club. But I want to get back to basics and remember how calming and nourishing cooking for yourself can be. One way I trick myself into doing something that feels like work is with a little reward. I thought about getting a new cookbook or cooking pot, but now I’m leaning toward these gorgeous foil-stamped recipe cards from Christine at Yellow Owl Workshop. Each set includes 12 lined recipe cards printed on 5″ x 7″ heavy linen card stock. I love the gold, silver and copper foils (it’s awesome when designers embrace copper in addition to the more expected gold and silver) and Christine’s sweet kitchen illustrations. They’re the perfect way to lure yourself back into the kitchen and hopefully toward a life that includes a little less take-out. Click here to shop online and pick up a set ($14). xo, grace

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