Recipe book publication question
My church is in the process of gathering recipes to publish a recipe book to raise funds for the kitchen renovation we just completed. I have made a couple of the recipes I found here for coffee hour before and after the service and they have been huge hits (especially the blueberry cream braid). I have been asked to include those recipes in the church cookbook. I would love to add some of the recipes I have used, but don't want to do any copyright infringement. What is the feeling here about this? This recipe book is going to be self-published by the church (home computer printers and a trip to a copy shop) and loose-leaf notebook bound. It will not ever be sold in any kind of bookstore or be available online, strictly church members and word-of-mouth to friends and family. Would giving credit to TFL and/or the person that posted the recipe be enough or should I just not even give the recipes to the cookbook committee.
I have several church cookbooks from friends and family and have never noted any kind of credit being given for recipes, but these were all published in the days before the Internet and easy access to millions of recipes.