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How to Remember Your Own Cooking and Kitchen Tips

Posted Dec 28 2011 11:00am

kindle reader How to Remember Your Own Cooking and Kitchen Tips My grandmother and father were outstanding cooks. My grandmother had a full slate of homemade recipes. She never used a cookbook. Everything was in her head. Likewise, my father used the lessons he learned from working in the restaurant industry to prepare delicious meals. Alas, the secrets of both of these talented individuals is lost.

The modern age provides its own means for remembering your own cooking and kitchen tips. After years of experimenting, failing and perfecting, I’ve decided to capture my favorite lessons in my own cooking e-book.

I’ve learned a lot from writing my first e-book, “ 101 Things to Do on the Wisconsin Great River Road .” I had the blueprint. What I did was basically update it and expand it. It gave me an opportunity to try out new software, learn more about editing and formatting and meet deadlines. The deadlines were my own, but important, nevertheless.

My sister has accused me in the past of not sharing recipes or leaving things out. This e-book is my answer to her, with all of my secrets written out. I’ll leave nothing out. My tentative publish date is the end of January for my cooking e-book. It will be available exclusively through Amazon.

The e-book will also include healthy eating and wellness tips. I couldn’t in good conscience not add this info as well. I’ll publish more info as the live date gets closer. Thank you for your interest.

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