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
In the past many groups would use a potluck to sell cookbooks so people could sample some of the great recipes inside the book. With the pandemic potlucks may have been closed down but bake sales are still a possibility! Select recipes like cookies that can be made, bagged and allowed to sit for a day or two. Then hold a drive through bake sale. Have cookbooks available on the table along with two or three cookie varieties plus some mixed bags too. Have a nice big sign that says what is available for sale and include
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Some outdoor food hacks we have collected from friends over the years that make outdoor eating and entertaining easier. There are also some food safety tips in here as well
The world of cookbooks is ever evolving and spring of 2020 will bring a whole new realm of cookbook evolution. The good news is with people home more they are cooking more, so cookbooks that were gathering dust are being cracked wide open. Moms and grandmas are answering questions ranging from boiling water to how to bake bread. It’s a time of returning to basics and more people will be making sure they have a good quality cookbook in the cupboard from here on out. What about e-books, what about online recipes? Right now homes are filled with families trying
So how do I sell my cookbooks during a pandemic? Well this is one blog I didn’t think I’d ever write but drawing on many years of experience from customers all over the nation, we have some great ideas to get your cookbooks selling and delivered safely.