Food Fare: Reader's Mail

 

FOOD FARE COOKBOOKS

 


Food Fare CookbooksWhy do PDF (Adobe Acrobat) versions of the Food Fare cookbooks cost more than Kindle, Kobo or Nook editions?

 

[Reply]: Kindle, Kobo and Nook editions of the Ambrosia Cookbook, Breakfast Cookbook, Community Garden Cookbook, Food Fare Cookbook, Furry Friends Cookbook, Global Seafood Cookbook, Larkin Community Cookbook, Recipes-on-a-Budget Cookbook and the Soups & Stews Cookbook are $4.99, $1.25, $1.25, $1.00, $1.25, $3.25, $1.00, $1.25 and $2.50 respectively, while PDF editions are slightly higher. The Quirky Snacks Cookbook is free.

 

The increase in price for PDF versions of the cookbooks are due to the larger sizes of the books, and that they contain all graphics and recipe indexes with page locations.

 

Kindle, Kobo and Nook versions of the cookbooks include some images, but do not properly display graphics inserted around text content or indexes with valid page numbers.

 

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Food Fare CookbooksWho writes the Food Fare cookbooks? Who designed the covers?

 

[Reply]: The Breakfast Cookbook, Community Garden Cookbook, Food Fare Cookbook, Furry Friends Cookbook, Global Seafood Cookbook, Quirky Snacks Cookbook, Recipes-on-a-Budget Cookbook and the Soups & Stews Cookbook were compiled and edited by Shenanchie (Food Fare), while the Larkin Community Cookbook was compiled by fiction author Deidre Dalton, and then edited by Shenanchie.

 

Covers for the Breakfast Cookbook, Community Garden Cookbook, Food Fare Cookbook, Furry Friends Cookbook, Global Seafood Cookbook, Larkin Community Cookbook, Quirky Snacks Cookbook, Recipes-on-a-Budget Cookbook and the Soups & Stews Cookbook were designed by Webs Divine.

 

The Ambrosia Cookbook was compiled by Shenanchie, who also helped edit content with Club Lighthouse Publishing. The cover for the cookbook was designed by Shenanchie and Terrie Balmer from Club Lighthouse Publishing.

 

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Food Fare CookbooksAre there plans for more cookbooks from Food Fare in the future?

 

[Reply]: Food Fare does have tentative plans for an eleventh cookbook in late 2017. However, we are still in the very early stages of culinary theme and design layout. We will likely announce more details about the cookbook in Spring 2017.

 

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Food Fare CookbooksWill the Food Fare cookbooks ever be offered in print?

 

All of Food Fare's cookbooks will remain digital for the foreseeable future. Offering the books in e-format allows us to keep prices lower than costlier print versions.

 


 

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