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If you're passionate about food, want to preserve your culinary heritage, or have ever dreamed of writing your own cookbook, Meals and Memories: How To Create Keepsakes will show you how to create the most unique cookbook in your kitchen. Providing information not found anywhere else, each chapter of this intriguing guide explains and encourages, then summarizes with a step-by-step checklist. The light-hearted, easy-to-understand text is served up with a generous helping of suggestions and tips for recipe style, ...
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If you're passionate about food, want to preserve your culinary heritage, or have ever dreamed of writing your own cookbook, Meals and Memories: How To Create Keepsakes will show you how to create the most unique cookbook in your kitchen. Providing information not found anywhere else, each chapter of this intriguing guide explains and encourages, then summarizes with a step-by-step checklist. The light-hearted, easy-to-understand text is served up with a generous helping of suggestions and tips for recipe style, page layout, and how to write stories and memories about your favorite recipes (we've even included tips for getting over "writer's block"). More than 50 illustrations and examples help you along the way. You even get 30 wonderful recipes. Looking for ways to leverage your fundraising profits? Read this book before you go anywhere else!
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Buzzy Review News
If you have loved ones.if you enjoy good food.and who doesn't.get this book! You'll be so glad you chose the Steligo way to preserve your memories.
Chef Martin Yan
Through my cookbooks I aim to share with my readers my culture and heritage, and all the wonderful memories I have with each and every recipe. I couldn't put this any better than "Meals and Memories." Well done!
Yan Can Cook
Fort Pierce Tribune
Meals and Memories has all the answers. The "tips for better writing" is worth the price of this book.
Los Angeles Times
Kathy Steligo describes and illustrates every step
Perry Berman
In all my years in the cookbook business, I have never seen a book like this. I cannot think of a better resource than this unique and superbly-illustrated book for creating a lasting family memento!"
Books-for-Cooks.com
The Cookbook Collectors Exchange
Thorough and impressive...an inspiration to anyone who collect recipes.
The Midwest Book Review
Unique and practical.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780966979909
  • Publisher: Carlo Press
  • Publication date: 6/28/1999
  • Pages: 112
  • Product dimensions: 8.48 (w) x 10.92 (h) x 0.27 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 28, 2000

    Save Grandma's Cooking Memories!

    'How to Create a Keepsake Cookbook' is a delight to thumb through and a pleasure to delve into. I consider it a vehicle for preserving American Cooking for future generations. What a fabulous and worthwhile undertaking broken down, for the reader into small, accomplishable tasks. If you have a desire to organize and keep your family's treasured recipes, look no further. This is THE book that can help you achieve just that! The first chapter defines a Keepsake, then goes on to tell the reader how the book is organized. The author furnishes a few fundamentals about cookbooks in Chapter Two. Especially interesting in this section is designing the look of a keepsake cookbook. Steligo gets one's creative juices going with examples conveniently illustrated for the reader. In Chapters five through eight, the author explains how to initiate collecting, formatting, and adding memories and photos. Here she discusses the use of a computer as an invaluable means to accomplish an otherwise overwhelming task! Chapters nine and ten dish out the actual creation of the keepsake and some finishing touches such as adding borders and positioning materials on the pages. In each chapter she includes a handy, 'Tips and Tools' section, as well as a 'Do It Yourself' area where the author summarizes everything learned in each chapter. She finishes in Chapters eleven and twelve with 'More Ideas.' Steligo tells readers how to use cookbooks as fundraisers and gives 101 themes for Keepsake Cookbooks. She attaches an appendix to die for with a master checklist of all the steps! I cannot recommend this book highly enough. I can't wait to get started on our family keepsake, considering the extraordinary cooks in my family. Kathy Steligo, thanks for the hard work you obviously put into this step by step guide for accomplishing what every family ought to consider undertaking in able to preserve an essential part of their family history!

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