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...
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Cookbook Sales Help Ronald McDonald House
Cookbook Publishers Partners With Fundraising Organizations Dinah Reece learned early the importance of helping people, “I learned that when you help someone else, you are the one who receives the blessing,” she explained. A career path in teaching helped her realize...
State Fair Cookbook & Missouri Memories
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!
A Cookbook Series from the Open Road!
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.
A Cookbook Success Story from the Heartland
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.
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Swimming Instead of Typing Recipes …
Let Cookbook Publishers do the typing for you! We-Type-It™ is the original method of sending the recipes for your custom cookbook. We make it easy! In just a few simple steps and with a minimal amount of your time, Cookbook Publishers can be turning your recipes into...
Memories and a Recipe From My Mother
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...