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Cookbook Specialists Recipe App

Cookbook Specialists Recipe App Blog

Cookbook Specialists Recipe App Cookbook Specialists Recipe App is a FREE Android App on Google Play. The app allows you to take photos of recipes. Cookbook Specialists will then type them into your  web account. Let’s take a look at this easy way to add recipes to your cookbook project. Setting up the Cookbook Specialists Recipe App First thing is to set up a cookbook web account at www.cookbookspecialists.com. For more information on setting up a web account you can check out our  article or  video. The username and password that you set your web account up under will be

How to Set Up Your Cookbook Account With Cookbook Specialists

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A Journey to Printing a Cookbook Starts with  Setting up a Cookbook Account The most popular option for creating a custom cookbook with Cookbook Specialists is to submit recipes through a cookbook account. Our cookbook accounts allow people to type recipes, have others type them in, or use our Android recipe capture app. Cookbook Accounts at Cookbook Specialists are always FREE and no obligation. This makes setting up a cookbook account a perfect way to give creating a cookbook a test drive. Setting up Your Cookbook Account is as Easy as 1, 2, 3 Creating your cookbook account is simple

Custom Calendars

Custom Calendar Blog With Options and Pricing

Custom Calendars that Fit Your Needs We print custom calendars for a variety of people and groups. Custom calendars are perfect for schools, groups, families and community groups. They are a great way to share information and raise funds. Creating a custom calendar is as easy as sending us your photos and any dates you want to be marked with events, birthdays or special dates. Custom Calendar Options: 1 Picture Tear-Off Calendars Feature a single image or collage with a 12-month tear-off grid. These calendars are a great fundraising option for groups and organizations. Invite local businesses to advertise around

A Cookbook’s Journey to Print – Our Favorite Recipes, by Abilene School Food Service Association

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A Cookbook’s Journey to Print Starts with Finding a Treasure Reprinting his mom’s cookbook Our Favorite Recipes, by Abilene School Food Service Association allowed Dusty Hudgins to preserve history and bring a vintage cookbook to a new generation. This cookbook’s journey to print started with Dusty going through his mom’s cookbooks after she passed away.  When he came across a book called Our Favorite Recipes, it caught his eye. Written on the inside front cover he found his mom’s signature and the date February 26, 1963. Later he posted a photo of the cookbook on social media and people began

A Story’s Journey to Print – Father Edmond Hayes, The Heritage Builder

A blog about A Story's Journey to Print - Father Edmond Hayes, The Heritage Builder

Church History Leads to a Story to Journey to Print A Story’s Journey to Print Father Edmond Hayes, The Heritage Builder is a booklet that began when Laurie McGargill was researching the history of St Patrick Catholic Church in Imogene, Iowa. She noticed details of Father Hayes’ influence on the church and began noting these facts in a spreadsheet. Laurie knew the story of Father Hayes needed telling. A 20-page story emerged from the spreadsheet. Included in the pages is the early history of the church. It also features Father Hayes’ contributions to growing St Patrick into the church it

A Book’s Journey To Print – The Ellis Island Immigrant Cookbook, by Tom Bernardin

Blog A Books Journey to Print The Ellis Island Immigrant Cookbook by Tom Bernardin

A Book’s Journey To Print – Captured in this cookbook are the recipes that journeyed through Ellis Island, The Ellis Island Immigrant Cookbook, by Tom Bernardin. Passion for History Inspires a Book’s Journey  Tom has had a long passion for history. He learned about the impact immigration had on American history while growing up in Lawrence, MA, known as Immigrant City. Later he moved to New York and taught English to recent immigrants. He then moved on to serve as a tour guide at Ellis Island and that led Tom to develop a slide lecture titled, Ellis Island– The Golden