Holiday 2009 Cookbook Now Available

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Thanks to all those members of GeneaBloggers who contributed their recipes, photos and stories to the Holiday 2009 Cookbook.  There are some wonderful dishes for you to try out and enjoy – everything from appetizers to homemade candies and cookies!

Download the PDF publication here (it is 50 pages and a total size of 1.5 MB) and print it out and/or distribute it to friends and family.

UPDATE: I’ve added a roll-up of all the Holiday 2009 Cookbook entries below so you can see the related posts – some have more information and photos!

Also, for those of you who have asked, “how did he do that?” – I used Word 2007.  I will be teaching a Microsoft Word for Genealogists class at the Southern California Genealogical Society’s Jamboree June 11-13, 2010 in Burbank, CA.  But one of the goals I’ve set for GeneaBloggers in 2010 is to offer webcasts and online classes including how to use Word 2007 and other applications as they relate to genealogy.


© 2009, copyright Thomas MacEntee

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18 thoughts on “Holiday 2009 Cookbook Now Available

  1. Thank you to everyone who made recipe contributions. I especially liked reading your stories. I hope to have my act together for next year in time to make a contribution. Merry Christmas to all of you!

  2. Thank you, Thomas, for this wonderful Christmas gift. A labor of love, indeed. So many recipes, so many stories, so many bloggers. I am inspired to start cooking. You are an Angel to put this together for all of us.

    Best wishes to you and yours for the happiest of holidays.

  3. I’m so jealous of people who can bake. I suck at it, which is why I had nothing to contribute. I’d really like to surprise my dad with some homemade Kaloches like his mom used to make but they’re apparently very labor-intensive, which increases the likelihood of my not being able to pull it off! I am browsing, though as there is a cookie exchange at work tomorrow!

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