Sassy Chef Cookbook?

September 1, 2008 at 7:29 pm Leave a comment

As I’ve mentioned before, cooking has not historically been my strong suit.  I’m just recently coming into my own in this regard, cooking for myself and my BF, developing my own recipes or modifying others. 

I finally decided to figure out exactly how many recipes I’ve created since January, so I copied and pasted them into Word files, breaking them out into categories like breakfast, appetizers, entrees, and desserts.  Lo and behold, I’ve developed 29 recipes!  And, I’ve created recipes in every category, although there’s a greater concentration of entrees and desserts.

I’ve been thinking about what I should do with these recipes, if anything.  Looking back over them, there are a couple that are really good.  The others are simple and tasty, but definitely not gourmet fare.  Do they all warrant compilation into a cookbook?  Would I create the cookbook just for my family and friends, or would I try to sell a PDF of it online?  Or, do I continue to flex my Sassy Chef muscles by creating and refining ever better recipes (with full nutrition stats for each one, btw) before I even contemplate a cookbook?  There are so many bloggers out there offering fantastic recipes for free.  Are mine good enough in comparison?

It’s a lot to think about, and it’ll be fun to have an excuse to keep cooking in the meantime!


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