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MelMM | May 10, 202012:09 PM     43

Time to start thinking about a June COTM. Where I live, libraries are still closed with no set date for reopening, so we might want to consider doing another website or blog. But then it is possible to order books and download books, so we don't need to exclude books entirely from our nomination process.

To nominate a book or Web site, put the title in ALL CAPS in the comments below. Nominations that are not in all caps will not be counted. You may nominate as many sources as you like, but please do so with the intention of cooking along and reporting, should your choice become our June selection.

Nominations will close on Saturday, May 16, at 10 a.m. EDT. We will then put the top nominees up to a vote.

You can see a list of all our past selections here:
https://www.chowhound.com/cookbook_of...

And there is still plenty of time to join us in cooking from our May selection, the Serious Eats Web site.
https://www.chowhound.com/post/2020-c...

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