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    Best Fonts for Cooking?

    What do you guys think are the best fonts for use in cooking themes? Or combination of fonts!

    For me:
    Nougatine Regular | FT Funghi

    Give your feedback also please,
    Thanks in advance

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    Something handwirtten, but clean for the titles and then something simple and timeless for the body text, maybe baskville

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    Fluence is a great script font – quite elegant but not too elegant to seem snobbish.
    In my opinion a good choice for titling.

    http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/dootype/fluence/

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    Quote Originally Posted by antiquus View Post
    Is it for web or printing use?

    I'm kind of friendly with heavier fonts, perhaps something to do with Bello Script?
    http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/underware/bello/script/

    It certainly depends on which kind of cooking is the website/book/etc about!
    Lets think in General use. Can be for Poster, websites also, logo, etc...

    love that font! I´m loving to see your opinions thank you! Great sharing guys

    .... I think this one is good also, but not sure, maybe for a baker shop, or muffins shop: Boundless font

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    For Printing

    Garcon Grotesque

    http://garcongrot.com/

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    i used mrs eaves for body text in loads of designs i did for big food company. i think some nice serifs are always good choice for text blocs or for recipes. and some nice handwritten fonts for titles.

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    Garcon Grotesque is a very interesting choice, thanks for the link.

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    I think a classic font like Baskerville italic would be my choice... one of my go-to fonts for sure!

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    POPILAIRE maybe . In combination with Strangelove or mr.mustache .

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    I like the Mrs Eaves suggestion, just beauty, maybe spice it up with a little http://shop.magpiepaperworks.com/product/sullivan-font and I wouldn't be opposed to a little Gotham either,
    all depending on what type of cooking and the desired graphic result of course

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    I like the Thirsty Script Rough, paired with Rockewell :)

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    you can use Alek, Aire (Lián Types), Desire, ete...
    Goodluck!

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    I would use a script font for the titles (as someone mentioned, something akin to Alek), but make sure to use an extremely readable body text typeface. People are going to be glancing at their cookbooks and need to be able to read quickly while in the middle of it. Proxima Nova is handy or even a serif like Urge Text.

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    FF Tartine Script is a lovely font for cooking and especially for deserts.

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    You can see these:
    Milk Script by Sudtipos Type
    Chocolate Family by Sudtipos Type
    and Candy script

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