PRLog - Nov. 1, 2012 - COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Collectors have been devoted to the print books for over 20 years and eBook readers have been just as enthusiastic, downloading these homestyle cookbooks over 2 million times in the last 2 years! Once a kitchen-table business started by 2 moms, Gooseberry Patch has become a pioneer in the digital cookbook space. Their collection hit 3 digits earlier this week.
"We've heard from so many customers who love the portability of our eCookbooks, we plan to continue converting all of our remaining titles over the next two years,” said Vickie Hutchins, co-founder of Gooseberry Patch.
Filled with tried & true recipes contributed by everyday cooks and hand-drawn illustrations or photos to accompany each dish, the eCookbook offers all the convenience of an eBook while mirroring the user's experience of holding a book in hand. Goosebery Patch eCookbooks are formatted for compatibility with all major eBook readers and tablets, including iPad, Kindle and Nook, Sony and Kobo.
Check out some of the Gooseberry Patch eBook Collection here:
Apple iBooks: https://itunes.apple.com/
Kindle eBooks: http://www.amazon.com/
Nook eBooks: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/
About Gooseberry Patch
Originally a retail catalog company, Gooseberry Patch started in Delaware, Ohio as a "kitchen table" business selling housewares, home decor and cookbooks. They began publishing their collectible cookbook series in 1992 and have sold nearly 9 million books to date. In 2010, Nielsen BookScan recognized them as national best-selling publishers.
With print books affordably priced at under $17 and eBooks priced under $15, they're created with today's time-strapped, budget-conscious families in mind. Many recipes include personal stories from readers, giving the cookbooks a community feel.