Just in time for the holidays, the newly launched HolidayCookies.com provides a one-stop spot for cookie recipes. HolidayCookies.com also features baking and decorating tips and resources, cookie exchanges, chat, and contests. Each recipe is printable to fit a 3x5" recipe card, and many include photographs that can be sent as a free virtual postcard. According to Alanna Webb, founder, the site's hallmark appeal is its warm, colorful graphics and easy, practical navigation. "Cookies bring out the 'kid' in all of us, so we knew that this site should have a fun, playful look and feel. It doesn't matter whether you're a seasoned baker or someone who just likes to drool over cookie recipes, you will find content and contests that appeal to you!" For Webb, HolidayCookies.com is definitely a family affair. "My mother bakes cookie recipes for us to taste test and my father photographs the results using a digital camera. We are reliving family memories by baking cookies that we haven't taken the time to enjoy in years! In today's age of technology, baking cookies is one way to keep in touch with traditions and to show people how much we care." "HolidayCookies.com is our 3rd web site to join womensforum.com. We're thrilled to be part of the womensforum.com family," said Webb. "Our fellow partners have provided a tremendous amount of assistance in our site start-up." "The entire womensforum.com team is truly excited to welcome HolidayCookies.com into our network," said Jodi Turek, womensforum.com's president. "HolidayCookies.com meets the demands of their audience with passion and enthusiasm, and the content they provide complements the other offerings in the Food & Wine Channel wonderfully."