Cookbook & Website Recipes

Calling all Academician’s! 

“Share Your Culinary Delights: Your Recipes Shine and Inspire.”

Our Delegation is gearing up for the next phase of our cookbook project. First, your recipe will be featured on our website, complete with a brief background about yourself, for everyone to savor. Simultaneously, we are diligently working on the publication of a cookbook.

Here are some recommendations for what to include to ensure that others can fully enjoy preparing your favorite recipes.


  1. List the ingredients in the order mentioned in the directions of your recipe.
  2. Use common ingredient names like “semi-sweet chocolate” instead of brand-specific names like “Tollhouse chips.” If a particular brand is necessary, specify it and provide extra details if needed.
  3. List each ingredient with its respective quantity in both grams and ounces.
  4. Please spell out measurements like tablespoons, teaspoons, ounces, cups, and cans in detail. For instance, instead of “one can of,” use “one 15-ounce can” or “one 8-ounce can” where applicable.
  5. Please provide detailed ingredient information, such as the type and preparation (e.g., plain flour, low-fat milk, chopped, whole, diced, stemmed, fresh, dried, etc.).


  1. Please simplify and clarify any necessary preparations, such as “preheat oven to 350 degrees” or “lightly grease cake pans.”
  2. When necessary, specify the sizes of bowls and cookware, like “big mixing bowl,” “9×5-inch loaf pan,” or “2-quart casserole dish.”
  3. Provide stove-top instructions that specify the heat level, like “simmer on medium” or “cook on high for 2 minutes.”
  4. Break down a recipe with multiple components like crust, topping, filling, or sauce. Provide specific instructions for each part under headings like “Crust Instructions,” “Topping Instructions,” and so on (Refer to the example).
  5. Provide clear cooking times and, when necessary, descriptive cues for doneness. For instance, “bake for 30 minutes or until a toothpick inserted comes out clean” or “cook until the internal temperature reaches 165 degrees.”
  6. Include plating and serving instructions, like ‘serve warm,’ ‘best served the next day,’ or ‘garnish with fresh berries.
  7. If necessary, include storage instructions, such as refrigeration (for 2 to 3 days in an airtight container) and whether it can be frozen.

"Create your recipe in Microsoft Word, including ingredients, cooking instructions, and upload it with two unique photos in the form below."

Take two photos of the finished recipe: one in landscape (horizontal) orientation and one in portrait (vertical) orientation. Place the dish on a white plate and, if possible, a white background. Your phone can capture great pictures, but ensure you’re in a well-lit area for best results.

Final Thought!

We’d love to hear your additional thoughts to ensure your recipe is successfully shared with others. Please remember that your recipe should be unique, and the author will receive full credit. Feel free to send as many recipes as you like; there’s no limit. Thank you for participating – your contribution is valuable to us, and we’re grateful for your time and effort!

"Please submit your recipe using the form below. We greatly appreciate your support!"

For any questions, don't hesitate to contact us with "ACF-My Recipe" in the subject line.

"Discover our website's published recipes and savor the visual delight!"