this feels so simple to me that i cannot even think of it as a real hack
i was watching a video about uses for resealable zip top baggies and this was suggested:
place your recipe in a clear plastic bag on the counter so it doesn't get food spatter on it while you cook.
look, that's snazzy and all, but on the counter? why? my ingredients and mixing bowls are on the counter. there's no extra room on the counter.
enter: our friend the binder clip
you know the metal wings come off, right?
why hello, cabinet door pull!
squeeze and snap that sucker back on there, then flip it back up:
voila! eye level recipe protected from spatters.
and that's my great grandmother's spoonbread recipe. deeelicious!
of course for a larger recipe, like a magazine page cut out or such, use a larger bag. you could probably even use this for a small cookbook, although i might throw a pencil or a wooden spoon handle in the top of the clip to rest along the top of the book and make sure it stays spread open to your page.