Early Christmas Special Coupon

Save Up to 90¢ Per Book

Our Early Christmas Special Coupon will save you up to 90¢ per book by combining 4 discounts. Order by August 31st.

Click here for delivery deadlines.

The Nation's #1 Cookbook Publisher

Full-Color Stock Dividers

We offer a HUGE selection of FREE full-color stock divider sets to add spice to your cookbook! Most dividers include a matching cover but can be used with any stock or custom cover. Unlike some companies that only give 6 or 7 dividers in a set, we offer 8 with our standard category titles to help you better categorize recipes. Non-tabbed stock dividers on standard paper are FREE. Heavy-weight dividers (non-tabbed or tabbed) are an extra charge.

Standard Category Titles

Since full-color stock dividers are pre-printed, standard category titles cannot be changed. Dividers must appear in your cookbook in the following order:

  • Appetizers & Beverages
  • Soups & Salads
  • Vegetables & Side Dishes
  • Main Dishes
  • Breads & Rolls
  • Desserts
  • Cookies & Candy
  • This & That

Note: All designs are protected by copyright law.

Divider Stock

Full-Color Stock Dividers D917 – NEW

Complements cover design: 917
Set may be used with any stock or custom cover.

Dividers use standard categories and cannot be changed in any way.

 Click here to show fine print on dividers.

Appetizers & Beverages:

Crudités: An assortment of raw vegetables (i.e., mushrooms, broccoli, celery, carrots) that is served as an hors d’oeuvre, often with a dip.

Tip: Calorie-free club soda adds sparkle to iced fruit juices and reduces the calories per portion.

Soups & Salads:

Bisque: A thick creamy soup made with shellfish, game, or puréed vegetables.

Tip: For beautiful fruit salads, use an egg slicer to make perfect slices of strawberries, kiwis, or bananas.

Vegetables & Side Dishes:

Julienne: To cut or slice vegetables, fruits, or cheeses into match-shaped slivers.

Tip: If your pasta sauce seems a little dry, add a few tablespoons of the pasta’s cooking water.

Main Dishes:

Marinate: To allow food to stand in a liquid in order to tenderize or to add flavor.

Tip: Tomatoes added to a roast naturally tenderize the meat, as tomatoes contain natural acids that break down meat.

Breads & Rolls:

Fold: To incorporate a delicate ingredient, such as whipped cream, into a mixture by repeated gentle overturnings without stirring or beating.

Tip: One scant tablespoon of bulk yeast is equal to one packet of yeast.

Desserts:

Crimp: Pressing together two pastry layers, such as a pie crust, to seal the dough and create a decorative edge.

Tip: Preheat the oven and use the center rack for even baking.

Cookies & Candy:

Caramelize: To heat granulated sugar until it is melted and brown.

Tip: To make cutting dough easier, dip cookie cutters in flour or powdered sugar before pressing into dough.

This & That:

Steep: To allow a food to stand in hot liquid in order to extract flavor, such as tea in hot water or poached fruit in syrup.

Tip: Add uncooked rice to the salt shaker to keep the salt free flowing.

Previous record Back to Dividers Next record

Designer Series Dividers

Designer Series Dividers

Customization is Fast and Easy
Full-Color Stock Covers

Make a Great First Impression

with a FREE Full-Color Stock Cover