Heritage Cookbook Launches New Website for Family and Fundraising Cookbooks

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Heritage Cookbook has launched a new online service that creates family cookbooks. These cookbooks celebrate family history with color photos and stories. They are great for cookbook fundraising for your favorite charitable organization.

This year, as the holiday season approaches, hundreds of families across the country are creating what they believe is this year’s most meaningful holiday gift. They are using an easy-to-use new website, HeritageCookbook.com, where they are putting together and publishing their own heritage cookbooks with their favorite photos, their personal stories and their own recipes. This website can also be used for creating fundraising cookbooks for your favorite charitable organization. The color pictures and stories make this a powerful fundraising tool.

Digging through their grandmothers’ wooden recipe boxes and their old family photo albums they search for and find those special memories they love and remember.

A young woman wrote to say: My mom and my grandmother were always in the kitchen. When they passed away, we decided to gather their recipes together…

The cookbook is "built" on an easy-to-use website. There is no complicated software to download. They put in the text and pictures and the site formats them automatically, page by page. Once completed, the books are professionally printed in full color or black & white in 10 – 15 business days. There is a minimum order of just 5 books.

Another woman wrote: I just inherited boxes and boxes of old family recipes and this means that I can organize them all in one place. I had no idea how to gather all my recipes together and this made it so easy.

To many people a personal collection of family memories and culinary traditions seems the perfect way to commemorate the holiday, remember a loved one or celebrate a family reunion this holiday season.

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