Time to Collect Recipes The holidays are perfect for collecting recipes for a cookbook project. So many great foods are cooked and baked for holiday meals and parties. For busy families, easy-to-make quick meals help make time for holiday activities. With so many great recipes in use, it’s easy to collect favorites for a cookbook. A Few Tips for Recipe Collection Have recipe forms handy to copy recipes onto. Snap a photo with your phone of recipes you don’t have time to write down. Email interactive recipe forms to friends and family so they can easily send you their favorite recipes.
Create a Cookbook – A Look at the Anatomy of a Cookbook. All books have a beginning, middle and end. That’s what we learned in school but what about cookbooks? My English teachers somehow missed the chapter on how to write a cookbook. Let’s see if we can shed light on how to create a cookbook. Cookbook Specialists has a recommended “standard” cookbook layout that fits well for most cookbook projects. Front Cover Title Page Table of Contents Personal Pages Dividers & Recipes Value Added Sections Index Sales Page Back Cover Covers Covers are the window to the soul of