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by Kathy Steligo

Download Meals and Memories: How To Create Keepsake Cookbooks ePub
  • ISBN 0966979907
  • ISBN13 978-0966979909
  • Language English
  • Author Kathy Steligo
  • Publisher Carlo Pr; 1St Edition edition (March 20, 1999)
  • Pages 112
  • Formats mobi lrf txt lrf
  • Category Hobby
  • Subcategory Crafts and Hobbies
  • Size ePub 1504 kb
  • Size Fb2 1766 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 169

If you're passionate about food, want to preserve your culinary heritage, or have ever dreamed of writing your own cookbook, Meals and Memories: How To Create Keepsakes will show you how to create the most unique cookbook in your kitchen. Providing information not found anywhere else, each chapter of this intriguing guide explains and encourages, then summarizes with a step-by-step checklist. The light-hearted, easy-to-understand text is served up with a generous helping of suggestions and tips for recipe style, page layout, and how to write stories and memories about your favorite recipes (we've even included tips for getting over "writer's block"). More than 50 illustrations and examples help you along the way. You even get 31 wonderful recipes. Looking for ways to leverage your fundraising profits? Do your organization a favor and read this book first!

Kathy Steligo has been cooking, developing her own recipes, and writing for more than 30 years

Kathy Steligo has been cooking, developing her own recipes, and writing for more than 30 years. Her freelance work has appeared in a variety of newspapers and national magazines, including American Brewer, American Motorcyclist, Business Start-Ups, Chile Pepper, Culinary Trends, E the Environmental Magazine, Traditional Quiltworks, and Wildlife Conservation. Steligo ends her timely, instructive guide with advice on how a 3community2 cookbook resembling a family keepsake cookbook can be used as a fundraiser for a church, school, team, or other organization.

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A family cookbook perhaps? Meals and Memories: How to Create Keepsake Cookbooks answered my need and gave me a few new ideas for wonderful keepsake cookbooks. This book inspired me to create my own Keepsake Cookbook. com User, April 8, 1999. I was inspired to start a keepsake cookbook to record my family's food-related traditions before I even made it through the first 2 chapters! I think the book is simple and easy to understand.

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These cookbooks may be written in notebooks, put in ring binders, or professionally published by one of several cookbook publishers . Meals and Memories: How to Create Keepsake Cookbooks. Carlo Press: San Carlos, CA.

These cookbooks may be written in notebooks, put in ring binders, or professionally published by one of several cookbook publishers that cater to families interested in preserving their food heritage. Families interested in genealogy sometimes also decide to preserve their recipes, since those recipes often represent a facet of their history. Some older recipes may give clues as to the ethnic origins of the people who cooked it, like lebkuchen with its German origins or sweet potato pie and its southern United States roots. 1999.

Meals and Memories: How to Create Keepsake Cookbooks. A book by Kathy Steligo. Family cookbooks are an important way to preserve our mealtime traditions for future generations

Meals and Memories: How to Create Keepsake Cookbooks. Mrs. Billy Yank's Receipt Book: Cooking on the Home Front 1861-1865. A book by Patricia B. Mitchell. My Mother's Cookbook. A fascinating, delightful and beautifully presented cookbook. Family cookbooks are an important way to preserve our mealtime traditions for future generations. We have developed this site to help families and individuals create and print personalized cookbooks easily and affordably. Rare, out-of-print, used, antique, vintage, and collectible cookbooks, as well as regional and specialty cookbooks.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 94) and index.

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Family cookbooks are collections of recipes, that may or may not be a generation or more old, sometimes including . out-of-print" Steligo, Kathy. Meals and Memories: How to Create Keepsake Cookbooks".

Family cookbooks are collections of recipes, that may or may not be a generation or more old, sometimes including family history and photos of the family members. These cookbooks may be written in notebooks, put in ring binders, or professionally published by one of several cookbook publishers that cater to families interested in preserving their food heritage.

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Kagaramar
At one time or another I would look at the jumble of cookbooks and collected recipe cards in my kitchen cabinet and think that there must be a better way to organize those recipes. Something to gather them all in one place, ordered and protected, within easy reach. A family cookbook perhaps? Meals and Memories: How to Create Keepsake Cookbooks answered my need and gave me a few new ideas for wonderful keepsake cookbooks.
Author Kathy Steligo really leads the reader by the hand through basic steps to collecting, organizing and designing keepsake cookbooks. Before you start on your treasury of recipes, there are many points to consider depending on what the purpose of your keepsake cookbook will be, or really who will be the main user(s). If you're like me, you wouldn't have thought ahead about the differences between a cookbook for your own home and one destined to be reproduced for a fundraiser, for instance. When do you most need page protectors, and which type of binding system is best for personal gifts? Is it better to handwrite or use computer journaling? How could you include the original recipe cards on your pages? Never here, the solutions are in here.
Now a caution to all you scrapbookers: this book is focused more on the organizational, practical issues about preserving favorite recipes. You don't consult it for cute page ideas about recipes in your scrapbook layouts, you read it to find out how to make a complete, working volume for use in the kitchen. Sure there are some tips on decorating and design, references to other books and resources to teach you further about design and journaling, even an introduction to archival preservation basics and techniques, but that's not the main point here. This is a no-nonsense guide to getting it all done in a simple, orderly fashion that leaves plenty of room for personalization and artistic flair, but at your own discretion.
All that being said, I learned a lot about keepsake recipes and even came away with inspiration for how to do my own collected recipes books for family gifts. If you are serious about preserving this part of your family heritage, or just want to remember good times with friends and food, this is the ideal introduction to the topic.
-Andrea, aka Merribelle
Dammy
Great road map to creating your own cookbook.
Kulwes
I am creating my first cook book with my favorite recipes to pass on to my children. This book took me through the process step by step. I really didn't need any other book.
Gogal
Good reference.
Grotilar
Meals and Memories: How to Create Keepsake Cookbooks by Kathy Steligo. Carlo Press, San Carlos, CA. 1999. 112 pp. $18.95 trade paper; 8-1/22 x 112. illustrations; resources; glossary; index.
An ideal book to tie in with the current rise in the interest in genealogy. In a user-friendly format covering all of the basic considerations in a simplified, orderly way, Steligo tells you how to begin and to expand a family cookbook. The formatting includes visuals incorporating recipes, sample mementos, food lore, and drawings which not only illustrate the guidance and tips, but also give ideas for your own cookbook.
Beginning with selecting a theme (e. g., desserts, camping, Christmas), tone, and style for the cookbook, the author takes you through collecting and formatting the recipes which are the basis of the book; and then putting these together and adding memories and anecdotes from different individuals, colors or borders for the page, visual elements (including perhaps photographs), and a cover to make the book distinctive and especially appreciated by family members.
One example of a special touch Steligo uses is a picture of an uncle with a caption in italics noting his love for growing tomatoes with one of his tips on growing them. In one section, she suggests how children can become involved in creating a keepsake cookbook--what better way to have them enjoyably learn about their heritage? Steligo ends her timely, instructive guide with advice on how a 3community2 cookbook resembling a family keepsake cookbook can be used as a fundraiser for a church, school, team, or other organization.
Henry Berry, Book Reviewer
Editor/Publisher, The Small Press Book Review
Dark_Sun
When I first encountered this book, I was most impressed by the niche which it was attempting to fill. How many families do you know who have significant cooking heritages, which are fading each day? Now there is an easy and precise way to capture the essence of your family's cooking. The excuse that "I just don't have the time" or "I don't know how" won't work anymore!
Using this book is as easy as writing a letter. And if you use it, that is what you will be doing, writing a letter to your offspring, challenging them to remember the best times and meals you ever had. Now, everything will be remembered. I wish my family chefs had done this!
It's all here! Buy this book! You'll be glad you did.
Cookbook Marketplace
playboy
This book is organized, clearly-written, with a step-by-step approach. However, it's far too basic, and not worth the cover price. It's got worthwhile information, just not much of it.
At 100 pages, Steligo tries to pack a lot into a slim volume. It's heavily illustrated which can be great for seeing an example of what she's referring to, but that also means that those illustrations take up space that she could be going into greater depth. She uses nearly a whole page to make seven quick points on the advantages of using a computer over hand-writing. (The double-spacing between those points is filler, and unnecessary.)
I was disappointed. I wanted to like this book, I tried really hard to like this book. I thought that I might find more information that would help me write a second edition of my family cookbook (I've already written one), what I got was very basic information. Consider this book if you have ***no*** idea where to start. The ideas are good, just too basic for me; I recommend the book for novices. But don't buy it, check it out of the library.