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teajoygreye | Mar 22, 201801:41 PM     4

I'm planning for Mother's Day: my mom lost a database of all her recipes a couple years ago, and I thought it would be nice to try to get together a collection of family recipes from various relatives to have printed & bound for her. I plan to also add in all the recipes of hers that she has given me over the years.

Here's the thing. When I first thought of this (in November) I came across a site that does a 3 ring binder cookbook with a printed photo wrap cover, a custom number of pages, and allows you to (in the future) order just pages in increments. It allows for full color photo printing in a selected number of pages. It allowed you to print 1 or more copies of the cookbook (no minimum number for ordering).

I cannot for the life of me find this site that I thought I had bookmarked.

It was not Blurb or Createmycookbook.

Please someone tell me this still exists! Thanks in advance!

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