It is Family History Month, inspiration to take the family recipes and put them down for posterity and future generations. Tastebook.com which will keep anyone passionate about food enthralled with recipes, blogs, snapshots etc has refined their format for creating your own hard copy cookbook.
Family members can add treasured family recipes on line to the cookbook, charities creating cookbooks for fundraising or businesses, like a bed and breakfast, gathering their customers’ favorite recipes under one hard cover. Use your favorite snapshots with the recipes. The finished product is professional and polished.
The initial cost to create the cookbook is $24.95 for 25 recipes but for a nominal fee you can add more recipes for just $.20 each. The first step is to create a “new collection” for your recipes, add recipes to your Tastebook and finally design your cover, dedication page. Order copies of your book, each costing what you paid to make one. There is discount pricing available on number of cookbooks ordered at one time.
While perusing TasteBook.com check out their recently launched TasteBook Blog. The TasteBook blog features the voices of cooking enthusiasts from the TasteBook community, a dedicated editorial team, and culinary icons such as Martha Stewart and Bobby Flay. Tastebook has also partnered with sister site Biographile to help readers discover new and classic food memoirs and Food52, a food and cooking site with top-quality content from home cooks and experts. The Tastebook Blog aims to boost readers’ cooking savvy with tips and techniques, excerpts from new cookbooks, and topics inspired by conversation from the TasteBook community.
The TasteBook Blog features four main areas of content:
Cook—learn kitchen techniques from the pros as you discover new ingredients and recipes. Read posts such as Martha Stewart’s tips for stocking a healthy panty and a guide to drying herbs from Food52.
Read—discover new cookbooks such as The Catch: Sea-To-Table Recipes, Stories, and Secrets by Ben Sargent of the Cooking Channel show, “Hook, Line & Dinner.” Sample excerpts from food memoirs including, The Bizarre Truth by Andrew Zimmerman.
Explore—go beyond the kitchen as you learn how to grow your own food, make your own pickles, and read first-person accounts of foodie experiences.
Create – be inspired to create your own cookbook, and learn how readers have brought their cookbook creations back to their communities with real-life examples.
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