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Formats: Paperback, Kindle
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Have a recipe for your grandmother’s Italian spaghetti that’s become your signature? Whenever you make it, is it gone before you can get a bite? Are people always asking for the recipe? Have you thought about marketing it and quitting your day job? This is starting to sound good, right? I know, right? But aren’t you thinking, “How can I? I would love to, but I don’t know where to start.” You could come up with excuses left and right for why this dream could never happen. Crazy thinking, huh? Well, before you go on thinking I don’t know what I’m talking about, I have the book for you! (This is starting to sound like a late-night infomercial – but wait, let me throw in a second set of knives, and if you call in the next ten minutes, FREE shipping . . . Ok, end of my pitch.)

But I do have the book for you, and it’s called Homemade for Sale: How to Set Up and Market a Food Business from Your Home Kitchen. It’s a long title and quite the mouthful, but it’s a great starting point for you to get your spaghetti on those shelves and to share that goodness with others. This book starts with the boring stuff, like how to understand the Cottage Food Laws in your state, the legality, and so on. I know it sounds dull and uninteresting, but if you get this stuff out of the way, life will be a lot easier in the long run and will give you time to perfect that sauce! The book spells things out and is set up in an easy-to-read format. Even if you don’t know what to make, it will give you ideas on what’s popular in your area and what people are looking for. The pictures are good too! So there’s no excuse for you not to get this book. I could go on and on, but really, get off your butt, go to your local bookstore, and start reading! If you don’t, I’ll go back to my infomercial spiel!

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