The LA Times Interviews The Blender Girl About Bake Space’s CookBook Cafe App
I was really excited when the lovely Rene Lynch, food editor at The LA Times asked to interview me for her story about the new Cookbook Cafe App that Bake Space launched last year. I first met Rene at the TechMunch LA 2011 Food Bloggers conference, where she rescued my abandoned laptop after lunch! I knew we would become fine friends. LOL! After chatting to Rene like a high school friend and almost forgetting that the subject of the conversation was NOT me, I got down to the task at hand, which was RAVING about the new Cookbook Cafe App.
I was one of a select group of bloggers who took part in the beta testing for the app last year, and I am thrilled to see it doing so well. If you haven't checked it out, head over there and see how easy it is to create your own online cookbook!
I created my digital cookbook Healthy Blender Recipes: Vegan Drinks, Shakes and Smoothies cookbook that you can download for FREE in about an hour. That is how easy it is if you have all of your text and photos ready. Creating digital cookbooks with this app really levels the playing field in cookbook publishing, and can help expand your readership and exposure as a blogger. For other people, creating a community cookbook is a great way to raise money for charity, or to celebrate a particular event.
I will publish another FREE cookbook with the cookbook cafe app later this month. Sit tight :)