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How to Make Your Own Recipe Book Online Free

By Edited Nov 13, 2013 1 1

Culinary talents will shine when you make your own recipe book online. Include family, friends, or groups to create a diverse selection of flavors in the recipe book. When you make your own recipe book you save your family's favorite recipes for the next generations. A group of individuals could combine their recipes, make a cookbook, and sell it for a fundraiser. Here are several websites where you can make your own recipe book online, with information on how to use them.

Better Homes and Gardens Online Cookbook

This is a website where you can document your recipes at no cost. Anyone you want involved in making a recipe book online, anywhere, can add their favorite recipes. When the cookbook is finished you print out the pages and distribute them however you wish. You have 5 choices for the style of the cover and can not upload pictures.

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Hewlett Packard Heirloom Photo Cookbook

This is an easy to use make your own recipe book online program where you can upload pictures as a compliment to the recipe. Select a theme from eight choices, upload your pictures and recipes and print. You can make your own personal recipe book to use for yourself or give as a gift.

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Desktop Cookbook Free Online Cookbook

Make a recipe online by using or modifying the recipes already loaded onto the website, add your recipes and photos, email them to friends or print your cookbook. Printing includes custom cover, spine and tabs. This is a free online cookbook that can be accessed via PDA, Treo, or Blackberry.

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When you make your own recipe book online you can share recipes with family and friends around the world or print them and have a cookbook to give as a gift or sell for fundraising. Either way, individuals look for new and tasteful recipes everyday and your recipe book will be a great addition to their kitchen.


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Comments

May 31, 2010 4:52am
eileen
This sound like a great idea for making a good recipe book. Could be worth a try thats for sure. thanks
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