You’ll love this if:
- You’d like help preserving recipes, and other food history documents handed down to you
- You want to share your family recipes, and pass them on to your children and grandchildren
- You want to learn more about the role food played in your family’s history
Whether it’s your grandmother’s spaghetti sauce, your mother’s Thanksgiving bread pudding, or your own secret spice mix, food plays an important role in your life – as well as in your genealogy research. The Preserving Family Recipes Value Pack brings together tools that will help you research and record your family’s food history, preserve fragile food-related documents, and share family recipes with your loved ones.
This value pack will:
- Show you how to document your family’s food history
- Give you the tools to preserve the recipes and food history you have, and create keepsake books of these recipes to share with your family and friends
- Teach you how foods your ancestors ate play an important role in genealogy research
Start with researching and recording your family’s food history with:
From the Family Kitchen
This three-part keepsake recipe journal will help you celebrate your family recipes and record the precious memories those recipes hold for you.
The foods we eat tell us so much about who we are, where we live and the era we live in. The same is true for the foods our ancestors ate. This book will show you how to uncover historical recipes and food traditions, offering insight into your ancestors' everyday lives and clues to your genealogy.
Cook Up Answers About Immigrant Ancestors Video Course
This video class – led by genealogy instructor and From the Family Kitchen author Gena Philibert-Ortega – shows you how to research your ethnic heritage through the foods your family ate in the old country and the traditional recipes immigrants brought with them toAmerica.
Then organize your recipes and fragile food documents with:
Family Recipes Memory Book for Home Cooking
Now that you’ve started researching and organizing your family food history, you’ll also want to put all of your delicate heirloom recipe cards in one place, so they’ll be protected, and you’ll be organized! With this decorative three-ring binder, you’ll record family specialties, preparation tips, and recollections of special meals. This 9 3/8-inch square memory book features:
- 60 Recipe journal pages
- 8 Pocket dividers
- 8 Magnetic photo pages
- 8 Splash guard sheets
- Padded cover with die-cut window
Finally, share your research with loved ones with the help of this course:
Creating a Family History Book independent study course
Have you dreamed about creating a family history keepsake book to preserve your genealogy research and pass on to future generations - but thought such a project was too overwhelming, or that you had to complete your research first? Fear not! Family history books come in all flavors, and this course will show you how to make the process manageable and enjoyable from start to finish. Perfect for teaching you how to organize your family food history and recipes into a keepsake book, this independent course will show you how to begin your family history book and continue the process to finished product using these four steps:
1. Planning: Choose your theme
2. Imagery: Photos and Documents
3. Research: Fill in the Blanks
4. The Final Product: Your Family History Book