Berkeley, CA-based Tastebook, a site that allows users to make their own cookbooks, has raised an undisclosed investment from Conde Nast (via Mashable). In addition, Tastebook is partnering with Epicurious.com, a food website that’s part of CondeNet. Basically, the site offers a place for users to organize and discover recipes from across the web. Then, if they like, recipes can be turned into a physical book, complete with cover art and graphics. While there are other self publishing services out there, like LuLu, Tastebook’s aim is much narrower. According to Webware, the company was started by Greg Schroeder and Kamran Mohsenin, both formerly of Ofoto.