What’s Cookin’, Good Lookin’?
News, tips, and inspiring stories to help you create a cookbook!
State fairs have always been the arena where champions compete and shine, particularly when it comes to cooking. The 2012 edition of the Official Missouri State Fair Cookbook, created with the help of Cookbook Publishers, deserved a blue ribbon too!
From Mom and Pop shops to mega-franchises, thousands of businesses look to Cookbook Publishers for their cookbook fundraiser.
My grandmother was the most amazing cook. When I married, the first recipes I asked for were Grandma’s pies, (pecan was always my favorite). A family cookbook is a perfect way to share special memories such as these along with favorite recipes that have been in your family for generations.
The most difficult part of running a cookbook fundraiser is getting enough recipes submitted. We’ve got ideas to get you going!
If you’re thinking about a cookbook project, consider how the right recipes can make you healthier and happier this year. And not just you, but your family, neighbors, and community!
The coming bustle of the holidays got us thinking about your fundraiser cookbook project and how you can make it extra special. If you’re planning on selling during “the most wonderful time of the year”— a lucrative decision that we highly recommend—how can you make your book stand out?
Creating a fundraiser cookbook should be a fun experience, but if you don’t understand the time required before you begin, you may end up wailing “I’m late, I’m late, I’m late!” as you attempt to finish for a very important date. This timeline will help you make a plan you can stick to!
The founder of the Historic National Road Yard Sale pays homage to the beauty, history, and good food located on this ribbon of highway by publishing a cookbook with Cookbook Publishers.
Laura Macy, a member of the Ladies Auxiliaries of VFW Post 9927, made her dream of helping local veterans a reality through Cookbook Publishers, and we’re proud of her enthusiasm and patriotic fervor.