In my recipe book, I put the recipe along with a picture of whom the recipe was handed down from with a picture of them as well as a small clip about my memories of when they made it. For example, my dad loved making his favorite Torpedoes and I cooked them often with him and then eventually for him. I had a picture of him that I placed in the book and a brief write up about how he made them. (He use to make one super hot torpedo and you never knew which one it was until you bit into it so it was sort of a game-style dinner). My mother was born in Ireland and she had a unique way of making her Bubble and Squeak, so I put a picture of her and what the dinner meant to her.
Be creative and consider including some of your other family members to include their special recipes and put a picture of them with it. If you have an older family member that does not write on the computer but has that amazing recipe that you must have, see if he or she has the recipe written in his or her handwriting, and take a picture of it, and put the picture in your recipe book. I cherish the recipe my mother wrote by hand of her famous cheesecake. Seeing her writing brings back fond memories for me as well.