I wonder how they deal with copyright issues ....
Make your own cookbook with TasteBook
Say you've got a few dozen recipes bookmarked from various websites. Then there's that stack of recipes you inherited from mom. You could print out your online recipes and slap them in a binder along with your index card collection. Or you could use TasteBook to create a professional-looking cookbook.
The site just launched a public beta. You can save recipes from partner sites including Epicurious and add your own. When you're done, you can order a printed copy of a 100-recipe book for $35. If you have fewer than 100 recipes, you still have to pay $35, but you get a credit toward future recipe books.