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Cookbook Declutter


The book cupboard in the kitchen can be a bit of a stash and dash place, so things are put away, but not always neatly. I also rarely go through it, today was that day.


It still needs a bit of primping.

Three notebooks, a folder from the City of Manchester Stadium (I don't know how long it is since it was called that) and assorted books will be leaving this place. These are the books, if anyone wants one of them let me know. 




Other than the Quorn one, which was a freebie from somewhere, they're all used, so not in as new condition. Now time for a brew.

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  1. I wouldn't mind the slow cooking for vegetarians - happily pay for postage :)

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    1. That's fine, if you could please send your address to thriftdeluxe@gmail.com I'll post it out next week.

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  2. It's rather sad, but in the Internet era there's no much use of books of any kind. I used to buy guides and health books. Nowadays you just type your query and you instantly get lots of answers.

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    1. Yes indeed. I like to use my books for menu planning, but if I need a how-to or a quick tip I'll look it up on my phone instead.

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  3. It is good to declutter isn't it, I am going to start working from room to room now. If there are no other takers I would be thrilled to receive the American cookie and muffin book please. Thankyou x

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    1. I will send it out to you, if you would send your address to thriftdeluxe@gmailcom, thanks.

      It is good to declutter, it is easier for me to do it now than in the past, it really is just the odd bit and piece these days rather than boxes or overflowing cupboards which is good.

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  4. I had a huge clear out of cookery books a few years ago as I get most of my recipes of the internet.
    I do miss browsing a 'proper' book ocassionally although I don't miss how they have a habit of multiplying and taking over my shelves. X

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    1. I like a "proper" book for menu planning and just for reading occasionally, but I learn a lot from online recipes. I like it when people offer their own tweaks and suggestions it adds a bit more flexibility.

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  5. Great clean up and primping to the cookbook shelf. I really need to take a good hard look at mine.

    God bless.

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    1. Thanks Jackie, it's an area that's easy to put off as this type of book potentially has a good purpose, but some I know I'll never use.

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  6. I keep putting it off but this weekend we are starting to look at the books, I have quite the large collection so some will have to go.

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    1. Good luck with that. Going through books can be a tough one, but needs must.

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  7. I would love the Quorn cookbook if it's still available.

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    1. Hi Scarlet, yes I can send that to you if you could email me an address to thriftdeluxe@gmail.com

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