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    Making A Family Cookbook

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    Molly53
    Sat Nov 10, 2012 9:40 am
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    DerbieDerb wrote:
    I made one last year for my Mom and my sister for Christmas. I used an online photobook site called Picaboo.com (who often has 50% off sales and Groupons/Wagjags for their books!) They turned out beautiful! We will definitely be making future editions, as we all keep thinking of things that were left out/new recipes we've found. Makes such a great gift! I packaged mine in cellophane with a measuring cup, tea towels & a cookie scoop.
    GREAT suggestion, DD! Welcome to the forum. icon_smile.gif
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