Cooking with Cookbooks.com Makes Every Meal Enjoyable.
Cooking can be a chore. But it doesnt have to be. Cooking with Cookbooks.com and Fundcraft is fun! Cook the Fundcraft Way!
Fundcraft Publishing has been in the cookbook fundraising business for 100-years. They have helped countless groups, organizations and churches raise thousands and thousands of dollars for needed trips, projects and more.
Making cookbooks is fun with Fundcraft and they really do sell! And cooking with cookbooks.com makes every meal enjoyable. From detailed recipes that are absolutely delicious to easy as 1-2-3 recipes for the busy working family, cookbooks.com has one of the largest recipe databases in the market today!
The new website Cookbooks has features such as recipe ranking, shopping lists and save to cell phone and more! Tired of rummaging through the overloaded purse for the needed shopping list? No worries with Cookbooks.com. Just download and save recipes directly to your cell phone! Visit Cookbooks.com and review the vast amount of recipes and print directly from your computer. Immediately have ingredients listed along with preparation instructions right at your fingertips. No need to fumble for the pen and copy the recipe and strain to read it later!
Cookbooks.com also provides healthy recipes for the conscientious eater, as well as, healthy cooking tips along with a little humor to spice the site up. Everyone should visit Cookbooks.com for all of their cooking needs and visit Fundcraft.com to find out more about just how easy it is to fundraise with cookbooks. Cookbooks sell and make money!
“She bought the groceries, washed the lettuce, chopped the tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots… diced the onions, cut the garlic, marinated the meat, set the table, lighted some candles & cleaned everything up, but, he, made the dinner.”
“I feel a recipe is only a theme, which an intelligent cook can play each time with a variation.”
“When baking, follow directions. When cooking,
go by your own taste.”
“Savory seasonings stimulate the appetite.”
“I don’t like gourmet cooking or “this” cooking or “that” cooking. I like good cooking.”