Create a personal hardcover cook-book with up to 100 pages of your favorite recipes. Photograph by Tom Seavell

Favorite recipes usually come in a card file, tagged in a cookbook, ripped out of a magazine, or, if you’re really desperate, scribbled on the back of an old grocery list. Wherever you stash these little bits of epicurean heaven (that is, when you remember where they are), chances are you won’t find them all in one place. But thanks to tastebook.com, you can rescue your top dishes from a life at the bottom of the paper chain by collecting them in a virtual cooking catalogue. Top it off with a hardcover, spiral-bound binder complete with your own recipes, cover art, and personal photos, and this is the only place you’ll ever need to search for your favorite culinary blueprints.

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