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Free Personalized Cookbook & Apron

Gourmandize.com is a free cooking website. Join them and discover thousands of recipes from international cuisines. Every cook is invited to share his or her own family recipes and comment and rate recipes by other members. All your best recipes are saved online and available in your recipe book. They also offer you the possibility to create your own printed, high quality cookbook, delivered directly to your home. A great way to save your recipes forever. Be proud of your own recipes as they are part of your heritage. Sharing and passing on recipes are great ways to keep your traditions and culture alive.

Create the perfect kitchen keepsake for your family and friends with a free personalized cookbook and apron - simply by sharing your love for food. Gourmandize is inviting all foodies and kitchen connoisseurs to create your very own free deluxe cookbook, along with your free personalized apron. Whether they are your own culinary masterpieces, family mementos or shared recipes between friends, your deluxe-edition A4 cookbook will be the perfect keepsake or gift to share with others.

To get started, simply become a member of Gourmandize and begin adding your favorite recipes and culinary achievements to their site. Once you've uploaded your first 10 recipes you can begin making your own bookstore-quality cookbook at no cost and the shipping fees are on them. You even get to personalize your own burgundy-colored apron with your name or the name of your blog, or with your own creative touch, such as ‘BBQ King' or ‘Kiss the Cook.' Once you've added 40 of your recipes and photographs, just hit complete and your new customized cookbook and apron will be on your kitchen counter in no time.


This offer is only valid for residents of:

  • Canada
  • United States




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