Well, how about we note each recipe we receive as "Dad friendly" .. "Freezes Beautifully" .. or in the "This and That" section of the book we can put the Bedrest Sanity Keepers ideas? So it would be like.... 101st Way to Cook Hamburger (Dad Friendly) ... or Lasagna (Freezes BeautifulLy) ... would this work? And you can pick what type of inserts you can have or specialty sections .. I know it costs more money but there are more than one company that do cookbooks and it may pay to shop them all if you haven't already. Most all are more than willing to give you a sample kit to see if what they have to offer is what you want. It may up the cost of the book, but we can also ask more money for the book and it would definitely be worth it! Remember this phrase, you cannot put a price on human life or love! If it saves a life or if it helps someone in need, we can sell them to Labor and Delivery wards as reading material for those stuck in the hospital with PE. I'll come up wtih more ideas, trust me. LOL ..
Keep working on this idea. I know when I had TMJ surgery and I had to be wired shut for 2 months, I received a mini cookbook with a mere 50 recipes for soft or blenderized foods and tips on TMJ pain relief and description of what TMJ was and so forth. It turned out to be invaluable when discussing things with my doctor or friends.