What's Cookin', Good Lookin'?

News, tips, and inspiring stories to help you create a cookbook!

Written by Debbie Michalski

Although she is never far from my thoughts, as Mother’s Day is approaching, my thoughts turn to my mother, Mona Elizabeth. My mother passed away in 2008, well into her 92nd year of life. The first Mother’s day was difficult; it was the first time in my

A new year means upcoming fundraisers for many organizations. Fundraising is still a primary strategy to raise funds for items that exceed budgets, especially for schools and non-profits. Cookbooks offer a lot of potential as fundraisers because your cookbook is unlike any other on the market. Be creative in how

Make Your Fundraising Cookbook Even More Profitable with Advertising
We've talked about the benefits of obtaining sponsorships and selling advertising to help pay for your cookbooks. Did you know you can actually generate even more profit if you give an ad away? Here's how.

Choose a well-known and frequented merchant in your

Opportunities at a Global Corporation
It’s 2001. I find myself an enthusiastic and naïve “newbie” employee with a global corporation. I was active with the social committee, safety team and newspaper staff. I was so honored to be invited to sit on the Diversity Council. Gathered around a huge conference table

“Reach high, for stars lie hidden in your soul.

Dream deep, for every dream precedes the goal.”

- Mother Teresa
Helping Others Since 1947
For almost 70 years, Cookbook Publishers has been in the business of helping groups like yours. We have published thousands of custom cookbooks for non-profit organizations, churches, schools, businesses,

Summer is the perfect time to plan a family reunion (and a family cookbook!).

Follow these easy steps to create a family reunion that everyone will enjoy and remember!

Who’s Invited? – It sounds odd, but this is the first step to planning any event. Are you looking to invite intermediate

Fundraising Goals Met Twice with Cookbook Publishers


Kansha Preschool, located in Hawaii, has completed two cookbooks with Cookbook Publishers.  We chatted with Charlene Drose, the Director of the Kansha School in Hawaii, who worked closely with Wendy Higa and their Board Officers during their second cookbook endeavor.

“As a new director,

Advertising in Your Cookbook Makes "Cents"!
If you are looking for a fail-safe way to take some – or all – of the financial risk out of your cookbook fundraiser, look to corporate sponsorships from your community. Some of our customers have told us they have a corporate sponsor who has

Fundraising groups all begin with one thing: Passion. Whether your organization is a church, school, library, rescue organization, or dance studio, it started with an “I believe” moment. How did you develop your passion? Was someone you love affected by a disease? Do you want to improve your community in

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