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Holiday Recipes: ‘Tis the Season

Appetizing Advice

The One Big Benefit of Adding a Holiday Recipe Category to Your Cookbook

Can you feel the excitement of the approaching holiday season?

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”—which is a lucrative decision that we highly recommend—how can you make your book stand out?

Add a holiday recipe category to your cookbook.

The holiday season is one of entertaining, and hostesses are always looking for exciting delicacies to serve at parties. Give them a reason to purchase your cookbook for their upcoming soirées with a section comprised of holiday specials: sparkling cocktails, clever appetizers, heavenly entrées, and decadent desserts. Everything from classic turkey dressing to fancy pumpkin truffles will make your cookbook a holiday must-have!

If you’re feeling particularly ambitious, or you are considering a new volume for your group, how about a whole cookbook devoted to holiday dishes?

Think about it: what do all the great recording artists add to their body of work after they’ve made it big? A Christmas album!

Create a holiday recipe category in your cookbook and watch your sales make merry!
The Cookbook Publishers Team


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