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Pampered Chef: Product Use & Care Cards

  1. PC4Sharon

    PC4Sharon Novice Member

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    Hi. I started PC a year ago plus I have been a PC customer for over 5 years and have accumulated many, many product use & care cards from all the wonderful products I have received free or purchased. Does anyone have any suggestions how to store them for easy access? They have been shoved in a drawer but it's getting full now.

    PS: I love this site. I am so glad my director brought it to my attention. :)
     
    Sep 4, 2004
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  2. The Recipe Collection Binder holds them great and you can add additional by purchasing them on the replacement parts order form.
     
    Sep 4, 2004
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    Sharon,

    What I have done is purchased the Recipe Collections Binder and put the cards in it. I place them in their respective categories for easy access. You can tape tabs to make the dividers for the different categories. I find that the clear sleeves makes it easy to retrieve and keep them from being soiled.

    Sandra
     
    Sep 4, 2004
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  4. PCCPK

    PCCPK Guest

    Sharon,

    I'm relatively new to PC, too.
    I've been putting all the Product Use and Care cards I've accumulated
    in an Index Card File Box (available at Office Depot, Office Max, Target, etc).
    They come in all different sizes and they're inexpensive, too. I bought the
    alphabetized dividers for the box, too. Works great!

    Colleen Krueger

    Love this site!
     
    Sep 4, 2004
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  5. PC4Sharon

    PC4Sharon Novice Member

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    Thanks for the tips on using both the Recipe Collection Binder & a file card holder. Thought I can seperate the use & care portion & file in card holder, first by category and than alphabetically. Than place the recipe portion in the Recipe Collection Binder. This will be way better than rummaging through a drawer. Thanks again. :D

    Sharon
     
    Sep 5, 2004
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  6. Would love to share product tips with my group tomorrow night. Anyone want to share their top 10 product tips?
     
  7. NewbyPChef

    NewbyPChef Member

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    large bar pan can be used to fry bacon in the oven
    deep covered baker - any casseroles you normally heat in the oven, heat in baker in microwave 10 min max.
    i use my glass bowls (prep, batter, trifle) when I make homemade ice cream. I freeze them beforehand and they get nice and cold so the ice cream doesn't melt on its way from the ice cream maker to the freezer
    i use the mix n masher as a pastry blender when I'm making any kind of dough (saw that on here)
    I use my scrapers in my cookware
    I use my apple corer/peeler/slicer to peel potatoes for a big batch of mashed potatoes (loosen the coring blade and pull it down to only peel without coring and slicing.
    Those are just off the top of my head...I'm sure I'll think of more later...
     
    Jan 2, 2011
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  8. esavvymom

    esavvymom Legend Member Staff Member

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    I'm sorry- but what is the "Recipe Collections Binder"??
     
    Jan 2, 2011
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  9. babywings76

    babywings76 Legend Member Gold Member

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    This thread is originally from 2004, so maybe there had been lots of consultants making "recipe collections binders".

    ETA: I re-read a post that said they bought the binder...so I guess PC used to sell one. Maybe it was only for consultants though?
     
    Jan 2, 2011
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  10. esavvymom

    esavvymom Legend Member Staff Member

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    LOL....Thanks. Usually, I catch that! That would make sense. I googled it and found it on ebay and the like, figured out what it was and that it was no longer sold. :)
     
    Jan 2, 2011
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