What They Are Saying About Family Cookbook Project

What They Are Saying About Family Cookbook Project

Here are some comments we have received from customers about Family Cookbook Project that we wanted to share.

I’ve also included some of the wonderful photos our editors have submitted with photos of them and their cookbooks. The photos do not necessarily go with the quote they appear with.

Comments from Family Cookbook Editors

The cookbooks arrived and I couldn’t be happier!   Very well done!    Thank you both very much for your help.   I am spreading the word, and I do believe several people may be using your program to make their own cookbook.  😊
–Paula W, Graham Wedding Cookbook

My Family Cookbook is a work in progress. I still find recipes that my family enjoys, so I add them to the Cookbook. I cook for a dozen eaters, so recipes are mostly for those qualities so that I don’t have to double or triple a recipe.
–Tina Huemmer, Huemmer Family Cookbook

I wanted to find a way to make a cookbook for future generations of our family. I started entering them into a folder on my laptop. What a frustrating process. My daughter found Family Cookbook Project, gave it to me for a Mother’s Day Present. After that it was so easy & took no time to get the project done. I sent a message out to family members then entered everyone’s email address in and we had a cookbook in just a few months. What a terrific idea. My families are so happy to have all their recipes in one book. I love this so much I am thinking of doing another cookbook.
–Joanette Stillman, Family Cookbook 2020

Karen Huffman with The Huffman Family Cookbook Project

I was so frustrated having to sort through a box of recipes to find the one I needed. After researching different software and reading the reviews – I feel this was the right choice for me. It was difficult to operate once I started using it. Afterwards it was so easy. I look forward to the tips provided and new features offered. By preparing this cookbook for my family – until their ready to enjoy cooking for their own families. I have left a legacy for them to enjoy in the future. I no longer have to sort through paper recipes, and have a box of shame. Now it’s all electronic and with a push of a few buttons – it’s on my computer screen. Thank you.
–Cindy, Sharing Our Favorite Recipes – Cindy & Vince – From Our Kitchen to yours!

My greatest moment was while doing research I found out my great Aunt was a cook nun for the Notre Dame order of nuns. When she retired to the convent in Waterdown Ontario she became their baker. I had the privilege of visiting the convent and took pictures of her personal cookbook.
–Yvonne, Cronin Family Cookbook

When my daughter got engaged I wanted to have a collection of family recipes to give as a gift to her. It took me several months to gather and enter several hundred recipes, but I got it done, had it printed and presented it to her at her bridal shower. She teared up she was so moved.
–Jeannie , The Wally Family Cooks

I like being able to add recipes when it’s convenient and add a photo. Along with typing the preparation in my desired layout. Years ago I produced a 4 generation family cookbook. I had to pay for them to type in. This is a much better format. We have just started the project and look forward to seeing our family recipes all together and preserved for our young children. Also, we love that if we’re grocery shopping we can look up a recipe and make sure we have not forgot any ingredients. Don’t hesitate to start your cookbook your family will be grateful for all the recipes and memories you preserved.
–Marty, Happy Cooking Memories! 

A wonderful walk down memory lane for both my wife and me. As we wrote the recipes and their connection to us , we agreed it was an awesome project to take on and share these wonderful memories with our children and grandchildren !

Megan Young and two of her family cookbooks,

I created “Angie’s Family Cookbook” for my kids and nephews as they head off to college and to living on their own so that they could have all the family recipes they need. I have collected recipes from 5 generations of our family that the kids know and love. It is our family history, and I loved sharing it with them.
— Angela, Angie’s Family Cookbook

This was a great experience for my family. I had everyone contribute and I tried out every recipe before it made it in the final version.
— Alison, Davis Family Cookbook 

My daughter-in-law begged me for years to give her all my old Italian and Portuguese recipes that were handed down from my relatives. I finally decided to do it, so I researched a dozen sites that offered cookbook programs. I actually started a book on two of them…but finally gave up. They were difficult to maneuver, impossible to edit, and low on the totem pole with customer service. Thank goodness I finally found The Great Family Cookbook Project! It is well organized, has lots of options, customer service is great if you ever need it (not likely) … and SO easy to use that when I gave the first version to my daughter-in-law last Christmas, I actually had to LIE to tell her how hard I worked to put it together!

This is just a hand full of the wonderful comments that our editors have provided to us. We will be adding additional comments down the road.


Bill Rice is founder and Co-Publisher of the Great Family Cookbook Project, a website that helps families and individuals collect and share food memories through customized printed cookbooks filled with treasured recipes. Follow us on Facebook and Pinterest!