What’s For Dinner Journal – An Easy-to-Reference Journal to Organize Your Favorite Recipes

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Don’t stress about answering the questions “What’s for Dinner?” with this handy recipe journal that organizes your favorite foods into deliciously useful sections.

Once filled in by you, you’ll have your own personal menu that you can flip through to plan your meals ahead or whenever hunger strikes. You won’t have to scroll through your mental catalog anymore.

Simply list your favorite yummy dishes in each of the various sections. For example, under chicken, write chicken piccata, chicken marsala, chicken pot pie, and any other favorites.

Then, the next time you’re wondering what to eat, simply reference your list.

Each section includes recipe cards to write down some of your favorite recipes as well.

Various recipe journal sections include everyday foods like salads, meats, and sides.

The special occasion section is divided by seasons (spring, summer, fall, winter) so you can list your favorites for various personal holidays you celebrate.

The What’s for Dinner Journal is a great keepsake to reference for years and decades to come.

Highlights include: 

  • Save time and energy by creating personalized menus of your family favorites
  • 20 sections include everyday meals & a special occasion section broken down by season
  • Recipe cards included for each section to write down favorite recipes
  • A family keepsake that can be passed down
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1 review for What’s For Dinner Journal – An Easy-to-Reference Journal to Organize Your Favorite Recipes

  1. Jill

    I used to search the internet endlessly when to figure out what to eat. Now, I can pull out this journal and, based on what I have in the fridge, flip to the section and pick a dish I want. It’s must easier than constantly racking my brain to think of things to make. Thank you.

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