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Recipe Book Ideas

Making a recipe book of all your family recipe books is such a fun way to participate in family history. This may seem a little overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be complicated! There are lots of blank books out there you can purchase and fill out with your family recipes ( check these out on Amazon !) but I wanted to create my own. Here was my simple process: Gathering.   Honestly, this is probably the most difficult part! I started by writing down a simple list of all my favorite recipes that I make on a regular basis, then I texted the list to my mom and sisters and asked which ones they would add to it. Then, I went through and wrote out each recipe in Google Docs.  Designing. Once I had all the recipes typed out, I organized them by type of recipe (breakfast, breads, salads, desserts, etc) then found non-copyrighted photos of some of the different foods and added them in. I shared the doc with my family and asked them to look through and check grammar, formatting and most i

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