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Submit Cookbook Recipes HERE!

We are putting together a cookbook/memory book in celebration of the 150th Anniversary of the Norman Lutheran Church!

Click this link to submit your recipes!

Click Login.

Enter Username: Norman Lutheran

Enter password: celery733

View step by step tutorial here

Email Deanna Opgrand with any questions at .

This information is also found on the front page of our website!


Dear church members,

To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Norman Lutheran Church, we are creating a wonderful cookbook featuring favorite family recipes from our congregation. Many pictures from the past and history will be incorporated into these cookbooks as well. These cookbooks will be professionally published and are sure to be a treasured keepsake for us all!

Please submit 3-5 of your favorite family recipes so you can be represented in our cookbook. We are using Morris Press Cookbook’s website to easily submit recipes online. For easier access, we will have a link for submitting your recipes on the church website. If you do not have internet access, our committee would be happy to enter them for you. Simply submit hard copies of your recipes in the box we have at the church to collect them.

Please submit your recipes online by Jan. 10, 2022, so we can meet our deadline.

If you have any questions, please email Deanna Opgrand at

Thank you! I have attached a file that has step-by-step instructions on how to submit your recipes online.

To Submit Recipes Online:

  • Go to and click “Login.”

  • Enter the User Name: Norman Lutheran

  • Enter the password: celery733 and click “Submit.”

  • Enter your name and click “Continue.”

  • Click ‘Add Recipes’ to begin adding your recipes.

Recipe Writing Tips:

  • When adding recipes, review the “Tips” and use standard abbreviations.

  • Only enter 1 ingredient per ingredient line.

  • List ingredients in order of use in the ingredients list and directions.

  • Include container sizes. e.g., (16-oz.) pkg., or (24-oz) can.

  • Write directions in paragraph form, not in steps.

  • Use names of ingredients in the directions. e.g., “Combine flour and sugar.” DO NOT use statements like, “Combine the first three ingredients.”

  • Include temperatures and cooking, chilling, baking, and/or freezing times.

  • Additional comments about the recipe (history, nutritional data, suggested uses, etc.) are not allowed unless a “Recipe Note” field is visible. Enter extra recipes content in that field.


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