I’ve been saying for the past few months that I’ve really got to get my blog started again and revamp it. I finally found myself motivated enough to begin doing that last night. Part of my motivation: I just put a recipe book up on Amazon.com this week. The other part of my motivation: Spring is on its way! The weather is getting milder, and even with changing the clocks this past weekend, the sun is rising earlier and shining brighter. I always feel invigorated in March and April after the long, cold, damp, and very short winter days.
The little cookbook I have put on Amazon is called Favorites from Amelia’s Kitchen. Perhaps not terribly imaginative, but accurate. 🙂 There are over 35 recipes, mostly vegetarian, some with meat alternatives, and some that are vegan or vegan-adaptable.
Putting together the cookbook for Kindle was great practice. I’m hoping to have more books — not necessarily such practical ones! — up later this summer and autumn.
Favorites from Amelia’s Kitchen is DRM-free, so you can convert it to whatever format is most convenient for you, and you are free to print out a copy for your personal use.
Here’s the description from the Amazon.com website:
Favorites from Amelia’s Kitchencontains thirty-nine recipes, including ones for: bread; pizza dough; breakfast, lunch, supper, and dinner dishes; and desserts and baked goods. Many of the recipes are old family favorites, some over 100 years old; others are traditional dishes, and a few are new favorites. The recipes are primarily vegetarian, with some that are adaptable to a vegan diet.Includes active table of contents, including one accessible from the Kindle “Go to” menu. DRM-free.
- File Size: 136 KB
- Publisher: Apostrophistica Press (March 11, 2012)
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007JCM2L2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
Part of my spring revamp of my blog involved changing the theme. I’ve chosen the Coraline theme, though I almost went with Chateau, which is quite elegant looking. I think that Coraline might have a bit more flexibility, though. We’ll see how it works out as I play with it this week.