Guest Recipes Welcome – Fill Out Our Recipe Form Template


Do you have a recipe you would like to share with us here at The Chefs Cookbook? We want to help raise awareness for your cooking prowess and recipes, so share one or more of your recipes here with us and here are some of the benefits you will receive.

You retain all ownership of your recipe, we will publish your recipe and link credit to your name and your URL that you specific, if you want to link to your cookbook, blog or business we will link to it as part of you sending us a recipe. You also get to list your Twitter/Facebook accounts which are published in article to help show off our guest chef and make sure the readers know who you are and have a chance to follow you.

We accept any recipe and our recipe form template is built to allow you to specify separate description/story for the recipe, image of the finished recipe (if you have one), ingredients and directions. The form template for recipes also is in rich text format so you can use bullet list, number list, bolding, underline or any other type of formatting to make sure your recipe looks good and in the proper format.

Take the time and submit a guest recipe to The Chefs Cookbook and we also auto promote and share your recipe across our Twitter and Facebook followers, all recipes are also syndicated to the Blog Engage Blogger network as well!.

Submit a Recipe

We would love to share one of your recipes with our readers, go ahead and submit a recipe here and have it featured on The Chefs Cookbook. We don't own or retain the rights to your recipe so you can share anywhere and submit duplicate recipes, but please only submit your own recipe and don't post others recipes without permission. By submitting a recipe you will get a link back to whatever website you specific with your name, you can use this to link to your cookbook, cooking blog, website or anywhere.

You also get some free publicity for social media accounts by listing them.

Your Information

When your recipe is published this link will be attached to your name, so you can link to website, profile, recipe book or whatever but 1 link only.
Enter your Twitter ID so that readers can follow you on Twitter
Enter your Facebook Profile or Fanpage URL so people can follow you on Facebook.

Author: TheSaltyChef

The Salty Chef lives in AZ

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