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How much will I regret getting rid of these cookbooks?

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How much will I regret getting rid of these cookbooks?

Mar a | Feb 26, 2005 10:12 AM

I'm about to sell some cookbooks. Most have been on the shelf since the day I bought them.

Has anyone made a great recipe from any of these books? Any recipes I should try before saying goodbye, or any recipes which will justify keeping a particular book?

These are the titles:
--Lord Krishna's Cuisine, the art of Indian Vegetarian Cooking, by Yamuna Devi
--Classic Indian Vegetarian and Grain Cooking, by Julie Sahni
--Seductions of Rice, by Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid
--Charlie Trotter's Vegetables, by you-know-who
--Clearly Delicious, by Elisabeth Lambert Ortiz
--Taste, by David Rosengarten
--Recipes 1 2 3 by Rozanne Gold
--Healthy 1 2 3 by Rozanne Gold
--Cooking for Yourself, no discernible author, from the Williams Sonoma 'Lifestyle' Series (white and blue cover)
--Splendid Soups, by James Peterson
--The Savory Way, by Deborah Madison
--The Greens Cookbook, by Deborah Madison
--A Taste of India, by Madhur Jaffrey
--The Greenmarket Cookbook, by Joel Patraker
--A well-seasoned appetite, by Molly O'Neill
--Chez Panisse Vegetables, by Alice Waters
--Chocolate and the Art of Low Fat Desserts, by Alice Medrich
--Let them Eat Cake, by Susan Purdy
--Baking with Julia

Thanks!

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