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Introducing the All-New AZ Cookbook!

All New Azcookbook

Happy New Year, guys! Hope you  had a wonderful celebration and are ready to start another beautiful year.

I have great news to share with you. AZ Cookbook has a brand new design now! The new blog is clean, easy to navigate, and mobile friendly. A big thank you goes to my husband Murat and the team at Meltem Technology for working day and night to produce what you see and what I really like.

Also notice our brand new logo, designed by one amazing designer, Alina Bayramova. I am in love with it.

So, here  are some useful features the new blog  offers for your convenience:

1. You can browse the recipes by Ingredient, by Type, and by Monthly Postings.

2. Also note our Picture Gallery – my favorite addition to the blog!

3. Check out our Resources: How-To, Conversion, and Where to Find Ingredients.

4. Our new series – the AZ Cookbook Tablescapes – has its own place on the blog, too.

5. Don’t forget to join AZ Cookbook on social media. Click on the icons in the header to do so. Let’s keep in touch.

Please browse the blog and let me know what you think. We are still working on eliminating some small  glitches here and there and doing minor touch-ups to the design. But overall it is ready.

If you come across any broken link, please let me know  and we’ll fix it. We all know broken links are a curse of a website transfer.

The brand new AZ Cookbook has a lot of recipes in store to share with you in the new year. Stay tuned! Enjoy!

 

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