Hello and welcome back to another episode of the Cookbook Love Podcast. I’m excited to talk to you today about Cookbook Writing Possibility. First, I want everyone who is a cook or baker to pay attention here. If you are the go-to person for a cake for the office party, a winning pot of chili for the chili cook or, or a killer appetizer for the neighborhood progressive dinner, I’m talking to you. Because I suspect, that if that is the case people want and ask for your recipes. You dream them up. You dazzle people with food. And you share your recipes. All well and good. I’m not arguing with that at all. But then you may think, I need to share these good recipes in a way that more people can access them. So you start a blog. OK, truth time. I did the same thing. I started a blog in 2009. It was called From My Kitchen Table. I learned a few things. I strongly disliked Food Photography. And writing the content for the blog was an infinite job and I had nothing to show for all my work. And, my recipes we stuck online in a google search among the millions of other Google searches. So this is maybe where you are today. Maybe you have a blog, or maybe you’re starting about writing one? Did you know there is a better way – that it’s possible you could write a cookbook? You could possibly document your recipes, stories, knowledge, menus memories in a way that you can create a book – a tangible, portable, and potentially profitable record of your recipes that helps other people. That is Cookbook Writing Possibility. You could do this. I did it and you can too. So what’s involved in Cookbook Writing Possibility? Head on over to the show and listen in.
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Things We Mention In This Episode:
- Download my free Cookbook Writing Roadmap
- Please join our Confident Cookbook Writer Facebook Group
- Let’s connect on Instagram @greenapron
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