Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Oh For The Love of Cookbooks

Do you read cookbooks like a novel? Do you fall asleep in your bed and wake up with a cookbook or two next to you? Do you just like to look at the photographs in a cookbook? Well, I have a place for you, did you know there is a group of cookbook fanatics on Facebook?  You heard right,  The Cookbook Junkies  over 11,000 members strong and growing.  Jenny of Mad Rantings of Andrew's Mom started this group to share her passion for cooking, baking and most of all cookbooks. Your partner might not understand your obsession for cookbooks but the Junkies do and it's a safe haven for cookbook lovers.

The Cookbook Junkies










If you have one cookbook or three thousands cookbooks this group is for you. I'm not just talking about new cookbooks I am talking about cookbooks in general. Cookbook Junkies is a place to talk about and ask questions about cookbooks with people who have the same passion for cooking and baking as you do.

Not sure if you should buy the latest Italian or Bakery cookbook ask the Cookbook Junkies what they think, our members will be happy to give you advice. Did you find that cookbook that you have been searching for, for years, that cookbook your grandmother used faithfully but it disappeared, here is a place to share your find and the Cookbook Junkies will share that excitement with you.

The Cookbook Junkies also has some cookbook authors among it's members,  Rick Rodgers, Raghaven Iyer, Amy Thielen, Zoe Francois, Abby Dodge, Michele Scicolone, Jennifer Perillo and Tracy Zabar just to name a few.

There are some exciting things in the works at The Cookbook Junkies - here is a tease - Cookbook Con - have I peaked your interest?  Head over to The Cookbook Junkies so you don't miss any of the details and join the fun. Oh, and if you need another reason to head over....cookbook giveaways.




2 comments:

  1. I just send the request to join the group.

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  2. Oh my I just saw this - thank you Pam!!! xo

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