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I love cookbooks. I have a whole bookshelf of cookbooks and magazines. I can’t get enough. It’s only because the books cost so much that I don’t get more. The Better Homes and Gardens CookBook and the Martha Stewart were given to me by my boyfriend our forst Chrsitmas together.
I have lots of cookbooks about desserts and cookies. I subscribe to Everyday Food, Real Simple, Châtelaine, Coup de Pouce and I started subscribing to Food Network Magazine. To me these magazines are pronography or art magazines. I read them, re-read them, re-re-re-read them. When I’m done with my Châtelaine, I give them to my neighbour. I also buy Clean Eating.
I received the Ultimate Cookie Book for my last birthday after pining after it for months and months. And my little sister gave me the Nutella cookbook. I bought my Jamie Oliver books in a used books store and I would like to find the 2nd Josée DiStasio in a used books store also. It’s where I got the first book.
I have sold some of my books and I have given some. I have given or recycled many magazines. I look at the pictures and the shelves seem empty to me.
Top shelf : Châtelaine, Coup de Pouce, Clean Eating, Cooking at Home and a cupcake transporter a friend gave me because she thought I was into baking cupcakes.
2nd shelf : Cook books !! Better Homes and Gardens, Dieticians of Canada, beautiful books I rarely use, whatever doesn’t fit on my other shelves.
3rd shelf : Everyday Food from 2007 to 2010. The older ones were recycled after I took out my favorite recipes.
4th shelf : Real Simple, same as Everyday Food. I had to make space !
5th shelf : Cookbooks !! Cookies, chocolate, reference, children cookbooks, Jean Pare, sandwiches, whatever…
Last shelf : Clippings and notes