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[old] Cookbooks you covet - which cookbooks are on your holiday wish-list this year? Which books are just too expensive to buy for yourself without feeling guilty?

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[old] Cookbooks you covet - which cookbooks are on your holiday wish-list this year? Which books are just too expensive to buy for yourself without feeling guilty?

Breadcrumbs | Nov 11, 2010 09:31 AM

Between Chowhound recommendations and the growing number of cookbooks being indexed on Eat Your Books, I'm finding my "wish-list" is growing at an unprecedented rate!

I'd love to know which books are on your list...I may need to add to mine!!

Below is my list (so far!):

Sunday Suppers at Lucques - Goin/Gelber

Sweet Myrtle and Bitter Honey - Faris/Eber

The Classic Italian Cookbook: The Art of Italian Cooking - Marcella Hazan

Tapas: A Taste of Spain in America - Andres

Bluegrass Winners - Garden Club of Lexington

The American Diner Cookbook - Elizabeth McKeon
American Pie: My Search for the Perfect Pizza - Reinhart

Bistro Cooking at Home - Hammersley

Ottolenghi: The Cookbook

The Modern Art of Chinese Cooking - Barbara Tropp
Mastering the Art of Chinese Cooking - Eileen Yin-Fei-Lo
The Breadth of a Wok - Grace Young

Thai Food - David Thompson

The Art of Mexican Cooking - Diana Kennedy
The Cuisines of Mexico - Diana Kennedy
The Tortilla Book - Diana Kennedy
Mexican Cooking - Elisabeth Lambert Ortiz
Veracruz - Zarela Martinez
Mexico the Beautiful - Marilyn Tausend
Feast of the Water Gods - Patricia Quintana

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