Since cookbooks are the hot topic right now...... Where do you buy your cookbooks and do you buy them used?
I know I certainly do. I use http://www.half.ebay.com/ and of course amazon but I usually buy them used.
In fact a great topic would be what is the cheapest cookbook you have purchased recently?
I have bought the following cookbooks fairly recently and I know I didn't pay more than $5 for them:
"How to cook without a book" by Pam Anderson
"Cooking with Claudine" by Jacques Pepin
"Chinese Cooking for beginners" by Huang Su-Huei
"What's a Cook to Do" by James Peterson
'Cooking Know-how" by Bruce Weinsten
"How to cook" by Pamela Gwyther
and at a garage sale for $1 a piece I got these coffee table cookbooks in pristine condition:
"Italy Today The Beautiful Cookbook" by Lorenza De' Medici
"Artisan baking across America" by Maggie Glezer
"The Bread Baker's Apprentice" by Peter Reinhart
"The great American Baking Book" by Patricia Lousada
"Baking With Julia" by Dorie Greenspan