BBQ cookbook..

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Original poster
Mar 1, 2011
Yarmouth, Maine
I have spent the past few days getting recipes for rubs, sauces, sides, ect. and by the time Im done gonna have a BBQ cookbook.. Thank you all for your recipes.. Cant wait to try them..
I guess we will all start getting royalty checks soon!   
Actually I never thought about selling it.. And if I was going to Id have to figure out which recipes came from who and give credit.. Thats ways too much work
Im going to have to use the old method of pen and paper cause I am unemployed right now so I dont have money for items such as that.. Maybe someday..
I used the free program Evernote to capture recipes off of this site as well as other sites. Is very easy to use, doesn't cost anything and allows me to categorize the recipes under whatever headings I want. I've only been using it for a couple of months now so I'm no expert, but my experiences with it are very positive.

Good luck,

I also use Evernote to copy then put them into LivingCookbook when I have the time 
Ill be honest I just have a word doc file for my recipe book. Cut and paste works just fine and then I fine tune it later for my own aesthetic preference. is reader supported and as an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases.

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