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Our Family Recipes

Published by Thunder Bay Press
Distributed by Simon & Schuster
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About The Book

This keepsake recipe binder will store the recipes and memories that will be cherished by your family for generations.

Family recipes are much more than meals to cook—they tell a unique story of love, nurturing, growth, and belonging. Our Family Recipes will help you store memories and create a family heirloom that can be passed down through the generations. This practical binder includes nine recipe sections for appetizers, soups, entrées, pasta, salads, sides, desserts, brunch and lunch, and drinks, along with a starter recipe for each section. A handy magnetic measurement conversion chart will help you get new recipes just right, and lists of essential items for the pantry, refrigerator, and freezer ensure that you’re always ready to prepare a special dish. Record your favorite recipes on the perforated cards and save them in the binder’s pockets. As your family grows over the years, this keepsake will store the memories of many happy meals and family gatherings.

About The Author

Thunder Bay Press is an imprint of Printers Row Publishing Group, a wholly owned subsidiary of Readerlink Distribution Services, LLC, the largest full-service book distributor to non-trade booksellers in North America. Thunder Bay publishes across a wide and varied range of formats and categories, from fun, interactive activity titles and kits on subjects such as origami, cooking, crafts, games, and art to reference books suitable for gift-giving in categories like art, fitness, pets, travel, history, culture, sports, and nature. Thunder Bay Press celebrates the book in all its forms, and publishes something for everyone. They’re headquartered in San Diego.

Product Details

  • Publisher: Thunder Bay Press (June 14, 2022)
  • Length: 36 pages
  • ISBN13: 9781645179429

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