Product Review: Tastebook



Tastebook allows you to create a personal cookbook in minutes. You can search for professionally tested recipes from top recipe sites, magazines and cookbooks and add them to your TasteBook or add your own recipes and upload personal photos. Some popular publications to choose recipes from include Food & Wine, Cooking Light, Southern Living, Food Network, Epicurious, Coastal Living, and so many others!


The result is an easy-open binder that you add recipes to at anytime. The expandable hardcover book holds up to 100 recipes. After you purchase your Tastebook, you can order additional recipe cards for $0.50 to add to the book.


Tastebook is a great gift for friends and family, or for yourself! I created one for my friend Shelley last year for her birthday with recipes from her mom, me, our favorite restaurants, and magazines we love. This is a great way to organize those family recipes that are laying around in recipe boxes an on tattered index cards. All the recipes are organized by categories including appetizers, salads, sides, seafood, meat and poultry and desserts. You can choose from a wide range of beautiful photos for the cover of the book and create your own name for the book.


One of the things I love the most about Tastebook is its fundraising program. Tastebook sends you a fundraising kit with all you need to promote your fundraiser, including postcards and . All your supporters have to do is enter your fundraising promo code when they place an order for their personalized Tastebook and Tastebook will donate $10 to your cause for each book ordered.


The books range from $19.95 for 25 recipes to $34.95 for 100 recipes.


Take a look at how pretty these books are:



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2 thoughts on “Product Review: Tastebook

  1. Elina says:

    These are really gorgeous! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  2. modernation says:

    Thanks for checking out the blog, Elina. When I got my first Tastebook I was shocked by how gorgeous it was!

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