I have always loved cookbooks and cooking. I could happily die in a good farmer's market, especially the indoor ones like you see in Europe. As a kid I used to grab one of the three or four titles that were in the house and just read for fun, even though back then I wasn't "cooking" yet. Fast forward to now, and I have more than 16 shelves full. I also check titles out from the library. This isn't compulsive - I pick things to own and read that are timely to an interest or solve a problem (a couple of kiddos have special diets). I was in cookbook heaven today with paleo cookbooks when the awful thought ocurred to me that many of my titles are SAD... Are there any cookbook lovers out there who can relate? What did you do when Primal became permanent - box them up? Sell them? Keep for the memories?
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Cookbook Collection Ecstasy and Misery