'Angel Food' Memorial Cookbook Available for the Holidays

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Memory-Of.com Publishes Its First Memorial Cookbook

The holidays can be bitter-sweet for families who are healing or coping with death. We wanted to give our community the opportunity to share both their love and their loss, while inspiring others through the joy and comfort of cooking.

Memory-Of.com, the world's premiere online center for healing, announced today that Angel Food: Memory-Of.com's Community Family Cookbook is available for sale at http://www.Memory-Of.com.

Featuring close to 100 recipes in five different mealtime categories, the memorial cookbook includes written tributes and photos honoring lost loved ones and meal time traditions.

Ben Gruber, President of Memory-Of.com said, "The holidays can be bitter-sweet for families who are healing or coping with death. We wanted to give our community the opportunity to share both their love and their loss, while inspiring others through the joy and comfort of cooking."

Announced in August of 2008, the much-anticipated memorial cookbook received an overwhelming response with submissions more than doubling the book's content offering.

Cookbooks are on sale for $34.99 and available for purchase at http://www.Memory-Of.com.

Participants for future editions are invited to continue to submit their beloved's recipes by visiting Memory-Of.com.

About Memory-Of.com:
Memory-Of.com is a community dedicated to living fuller and healthier lives as they celebrate and share their loved ones' legacies through permanent, globally-accessible Memorial Websites. The largest site of its kind in the world, with over 35,000 visits each day, and more than 2.5 million virtual candles lit, Memory-Of.com launched after its founder created a memorial website in memory of his brother, James. With a commitment to providing resources and support to the bereaved, in 2007 Memory-Of.com expanded into a full-scale Online Center for Healing, complete with online grief counselors, article archive, library and gift shop, community forums, and real-world projects and initiatives. Learn more by visiting us at http://www.memory-of.com.

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