Book Review: Family Cookbook Recipe Journal


Family Cookbook Recipe Journal: A Blank Recipe Book for Family Favorites

Rockridge Press (April 28, 2020)


A custom recipe book to preserve your cherished memories of food, friendship, and family

This keepsake family cookbook makes it easy to collect all your most beloved recipes in one place so you, or someone you love, can make and share them for years to come. Whether it’s a generations-old recipe for a holiday specialty, or just a favorite weeknight side dish, the meals that mean something to you can now live on in a simple, beautiful book your family can pass down.

There’s room for up to 184 recipes, with space to record notes like who the recipe came from, who added it to the book, and what makes it special, so your traditions will never be lost. The meals―and the memories―will live on.

The Family Cookbook Recipe Journal includes:

  • No more loose recipes―Every important dish is now preserved in one family cookbook, customized by you and your loved ones.
  • Color-coded categories―This family cookbook has 8 colored, unmarked sections, so you can choose exactly how you want to organize it, and fill in the table of contents as you go, to make each recipe easy to find.
  • Conversion charts―Charts at the back of the book even include the most common temperature and measurement conversions, so you can alter or double a recipe easily.

Create a culinary legacy and a new piece of your history with a family cookbook that’s fun to fill and share.





This is a blank, customizable recipe book. You choose what categories you want to have and in what order. There are eight color-coded sections for you do as you would like. Space to document 184 recipes. Each section has a header page and page to write each recipe name and the page number it is found on.  A nice bound book allowing you to have your own family recipes in a keepsake book.

Reviewed by Comfy Chair Books/Lisa Reigel (April 25, 2020)

ARC received from publisher via Callisto Publishing Club




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