Whether you are creating a family heirloom cookbook, one to share with friends or creating a fundraising cookbook, the holidays are perfect for collecting recipes! The holiday season is filled with food options. From large family meals to parties with appetizers and desserts. This is also a busy time when families take advantage of easy to make quick meals so they have time for holiday activities. With so many great recipes in use, it’s easy to collect favorites for a cookbook. Make recipe collection easy with our recipe collection forms (see below) and for more tips on collecting recipes read
There’s nothing like a deadline to get a project done and we have a couple of deadlines to keep you on track for easy holiday shopping this year! Submit your recipes for us to type by November 13th, 2020 or Submit your recipe web account by November 30th, 2020 And you will have your book by December 21st, 2020! (only available for PDF proof orders). If you can’t make those deadlines call us for the availability of rush processing! If we have availability at press we can rush your order (rush order charges may apply.) Frequently Asked Questions about Holiday
At Halloween, it’s important to feed the ghosts and goblins in your home. They may look like normal children today, but with a simple costume change, they suddenly become anything from Batman to a butterfly. Use these fun moments to sneak in a little learning and build some memories by creating a Halloween Cookbook! Once the fall season arrives announce a Halloween supper. It doesn’t have to be on October 31st, just a date close to Halloween that everyone is available to sit together for a meal. Encourage kids to make sure all family members know when the meal is
It’s very common to find old canning recipes tucked into family recipe collections or surface in fundraising cookbooks for groups. In recent years concern has been raised as to the safety of these types of recipes. We are now more aware of what needs to happen to make canning safe, but those that are inexperienced in the kitchen may not know the safety concerns. As with vintage baking recipes, ingredients have changed over the years. From hens that used to free range, and home churned butter, to store bought goods. For canning, the best example is today’s tomatoes do
If today is the first day you thought about creating, a cookbook or if it’s the day you submit your order, there is no time like the present to get a sales plan in place. Make Sure Your Cookbooks are Visible Check with local shops to see if they will sell a few copies. Sometimes offering a commission of even $1.00 a book will encourage them to not only sell the books for you, but also promote them. You can also check with local tourism offices as regional cookbooks make great keepsakes! If your group has put together a
Check out the Keepsake Cookbooks – Low quantity orders perfect for small families or close circle of friends. Available for a limited time.