Do you have a collection of recipes that are stained, torn & fragile?

Perhaps you've got a smartphone full of screen shots of dishes you've liked the look of in a magazine?

Maybe you've got some recipes bookmarked in a browser ...somewhere?

Are you ready to consolidate them all so you can access them at any time?

OUT with recipes stored all over the place.
IN with a your very own catalogue that can be access from the palm of your hand!

My Airtable Recipe Book is designed to enable you to effortlessly catalogue all the recipes you've accumulated so they're accessible wherever you are.

Airtable: what it is and why you should use it?

Airtable is a cloud-based platform that blends the best features of spreadsheets and databases. It lets you create a repository for the most important types of information in your business and your life.

Airtable allows you to organise and view that information in really meaningful ways and access it on your desktop,  your tablet or your smartphone device.

I have leveraged its free plan + powerful features + great user interface to create for you a …

Recipe Book

The Recipe Book has been designed to enable you to upload, organise, catalogue, view and access all of your favourite recipes.

You can store website links, photos, notes, lists of ingredients, and even give your recipes a rating!

Those recipes can then be accessed on your desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone device.





Get your very own Recipe Book so you can consolidate all the recipes you've accumulated throughout your life: the special ones, the tasty ones, the decadent ones and the easy ones!

A bit about me...

My name is Cass Ewing.

I’m a landscape architect, Airtable evangelist, systems enthusiast and solutions junkie who loves family, friends, gardening, dogs, skiing and kayaking.

I get excited about the life I live, the places I go, the people I meet and the experiences I have.

I don’t get excited about wasting time looking for the information I need!

Does anyone?

Airtable is the place where I store all the information that weaves its way through my business and my life.

Airtable enables me to access my information quickly so I can focus on planning and doing the things that excite me in life.

I help others do the same.

What do you get for $27 AUD?

You’ll also receive a video tutorial where I walk you through how the Recipe Book works, what information you need to enter, where to enter it and why.

It's time to stop storing and saving recipes in an assortment of locations and start cataloguing them in one place only so you can access them anywhere & anytime.


Yes and no.

Airtable has four pricing options – free, plus, pro and enterprise.

You don’t need to pay for an Airtable subscription in order to use the Recipe Book. All of its functionality is accessible from the free plan.

The tutorial is 20 minutes long and intended for complete Airtable novices.

I’m confident that the Recipe Book template is so straight forward that you may not even need to watch the tutorial, but it’s available to you just in case.

Anyone that has paid for an Airtable consultation, template or VIP Day through me gets access to my private Facebook group where all your questions are answered.

A link to join the group is included in a follow-up email that is sent after the Recipe Book is purchased.


The Recipe Book is a digital product that you get immediate access to.

All sales are final. No refunds are offered.

However, if you have questions you’d like answered in order to make a decision about purchasing, please reach out to me at hello@cassewing.com


In order to use the Recipe Book you will need an Airtable account.

Setting up an account should take you no more than 10 minutes and does not require any payment details.

If you decide to purchase the Recipe Book the first email you will receive from me will include a video to show you how to create an account in Airtable.

Yes. The Airtable app is available for iOs and Android devices.

Very handy when you want to access your Recipe Book from the supermarket aisle!

The Recipe Book has been pre-filled with some recipes to demonstrate what information you need to put where.

I wanted to make it as easy as possibly for you to familiarise yourself with it so you can get the most out of its functionality immediately.

All you need to do is replace those recipes with your own (or keep them if you like the look of the dish!)  and you’ll be ready to rock-n-roll.

Ready to transfer your favourite recipes into the palm of your hand?