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“A great cookbook tells you why you're doing what you're doing in the kitchen, and becomes timeless by avoiding food fads and trends.” ~ Celia Stack, Owner, Omnivore Books on Food 

Do you have friends and family tell you how much they love your cooking and are always asking you for recipes? Well then perhaps you should think about writing your own cookbook! Blurb makes the process easy and fun. And when you're all done, you'll have a beautiful cookbook filled with your recipes and cooking tips and tricks to share with them. And with Blurb's special 20% off offer, you can create your own cookbook and save! All you need is coupon code 2015BLURBMAR.

Ludo Lefebvre, chef, restaurateur and man behind the book Crave, put it this way: "I want people to cook with love. I want them to be aware of what they're doing. The act of cooking can be as much of a pleasure as eating, and if you really cook with your senses, you begin to find that cooking isn't work—it's play."

Creating a cookbook with Blurb allows you to bring friends, family, - even total strangers - into your kitchen. It can also make for the perfect holiday, wedding, birthday, or housewarming present. It's useful, thoughtful, and can provide people with a gift that they may pass on generation after generation.

Or, it can also be something you decide to keep just for yourself. It'll definitely help you to finally get rid of all those loose-papered recipes that have accumulated in various folders, cookbooks, cabinets, and drawers.

Either way, the choice is yours and Blurb would love to help inspire you to create whatever type of culinary collection you desire. Start your Cookbook today! 

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