It’s important to keep recipes organized in a cookbook so they don’t get mixed in with drafts of your screenplay. Stop Esmeralda from baking sugar cookies mid-monologue with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $19.99 for a lifetime membership to the family cookbook-creating software, with unlimited recipe uploads from unlimited contributors for no additional fee. (a $99.95 value)
- $49.99 for the above lifetime software membership (a $99.95 value) and 5 copies of your custom cookbook, stocked with up to 50 recipes and 10 colour photos (a $186 value; a $285.95 total value). Unlimited recipes from unlimited contributors can be uploaded for an additional fee.
- $69.99 for the above lifetime software membership (a $99.95 value) and 10 copies of your custom cookbook (a $236.25 value; a $336.20 value). Unlimited recipes from unlimited contributors can be uploaded for an additional fee.<p>
Users can customize their cookbooks by uploading personal photos and choosing from a selection of layouts, covers, and dividers. Families compile their recipes with the software, which works on Macs, PCs, and iPads.
Customers who purchase the lifetime membership option, priced at $19.99, can upload an unlimited amount of recipes from unlimited contributors for free. Final drafts can be printed at home, at FedEx Office, or exported straight to a Kindle or iPad.
Customers who purchase the above lifetime membership options, priced at $49.99 and $69.99, can add up to 50 recipes and 10 colour photos, with additional recipes and photos available for an extra fee.
This deal’s value is based in a different currency than its Groupon purchase price, so the exact discount and amount saved depend on the exchange rate.
Family Cookbook Project
Bill Rice has been exploring his ancestry for more than a decade, so he knows that tracking family traditions is hard work. One summer, over a delectable meal on Cape Cod, he and his family realized that one of the best ways to share their traditions with future generations was right on the plates in front of them. However, Bill wanted to go further than a standard family cookbook by creating heirlooms that share recipes as well as stories and photographs culled from several family members.
Bill’s high school friend Chip Lowell built the technology that was the backbone of the enterprise—and now forms the backbone of Family Cookbook Project, which makes its technology available to clans everywhere. The software allows creators to add personal touches to their books, from hand-written recipes to bookmarks made from the family’s favorite deli meat. It also sends email reminders to contributors, amasses recipes, and hosts an eclectic stock of templates and color schemes.