Oh-oh, I added 9 cookbooks to my collection today (I couldn't help myself--I stopped to make a donation at a local thrift store--all household books were 70% off...the most I paid for any one book was 60 cents). I snagged the following:
Bernardin's Le grande livre des conserves (The Big Preserves Book)--It has 400 delicious and original recipes, juices, catsups, purees, vinegars. I should have time to translate the recipes I want to try before next year's gardening season rolls around.
Oh, Fudge! by Lee Edwards Benning (this one I bought more for reading than actually making fudge--it has been years since I made candies--something I used to do a lot)
Crazy Plates by Janet and Greta Podleski (Looneyspoons)
Two of Rachel Ray's cookbooks
Two slow cooker cookbooks
A church cookbook from MI that is all cookies (Cookie Walk Recipes--for 15 cents, how could I leave it behind)
And one other, the "Enlightened Eater" (this is one I've been meaning to read for awhile).
I spent $4.45 for the lot of them. Not that I needed them, but...