Word Ghosts and Julia Child

” This is my invariable advice to people: learn how to cook – try new recipes, learn from your mistakes, be fearless, and above all have fun!”

Julia Child, My Life in France

Family Recipe Journal

 

“I was 32 when I started cooking; up until then, I just ate.”

Julia Child

Dear Fellow Journalers,,

This month those of us who love to bake are checking out recipes and baking up a storm. Fortunately, there are hundreds of recipes in cookbooks and on the web. I thought it would be fitting to talk about creating a Family Recipe Journal this month.

In the following weeks we’ll look at the history of cookbooks (who knew?), answer the following questions: Why collect recipes? and What’s the best cookbook to buy? and finally how to create a recipe journal.

If you have a recipe for a salad, main dish featuring beef or chicken, and cookies please email me at uniquelyyourscraftjournal@outlook.com

Happy Baking!

~Sallie

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