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    How to create your own BBQ cookbook

    When you love to cook, you collect tons of recipes from all over the place. Old recipe boxes, cookbooks, magazines, newspapers, AmazingRibs.com, Etc. One way to get rid of this mess and organize all of your favorite recipes is to create a personal cookbook.

    I created a website www.FamilyCookbookProject.com that makes it easy to create a printed personal cookbook filled with your own recipes. The program has helped thousands in individuals organize recipes, provide professionally designed covers and recipe layouts and automatically creates a table of contents and index of recipes for beautiful printed cookbooks.


    My own personal cookbook, Bill's Chow Guide, is a living document to which I continue to add recipes. I have one category just for Smoked and Grilled foods which I use every time it want to decide what to cook on my Egg.

    If you'd like to learn more about creating your own personal cookbook, take a look at the site or leave a question here.

    Bill Rice
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    Family Cookbook Project
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    Last edited by ricewp; January 20, 2021, 04:46 PM.

    #2
    Neat idea.

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      #3
      - I will definitely look into this. Two years ago I made a Grilling Cookbook using MasterCook for my daughter.
      She now want’s all of her favorite dishes of her mom.
      - I tried the link and it is not working on my phone. Have yet to try it on my “Confuser”.
      ricewp I think the problem is the “h” in your link. I typed it without the h and a site shows up.
      Last edited by tiewunon; January 20, 2021, 03:44 PM.

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        #4
        the url is mispelled. Leave out the "h"

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        • ricewp
          ricewp commented
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          Kevin, thanks for catching that It is now fixed.

        #5
        I like this...

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          #6
          Cool!

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            #7
            Still has the "h" when I just checked it.

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              #8
              What the “h” is goin on here? Let’s git this act together.
              Where is/was the “h”? Is it hidin? Why was an “h” used in the first place?

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              • DavidNorcross
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                The "h" you say!

              • FireMan
                FireMan commented
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                I still have that Q fer sale.

              #9
              If you are having trouble with the link in the OP try this instead:

              https://www.familycookbookproject.com/



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                #10
                One of my coworkers did this last year with her family and, knowing I collect cookbooks, gave me a copy for Christmas. You put together a great product.

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                • ricewp
                  ricewp commented
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                  Thanks, we get a lot of people (including myself) that give their finished cookbook as a gift to family and friends. It's much more personal than giving a grill tool that we ready don't need!

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