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    I don't organize my cookbooks in any fashion such as alphabetical, by subject or type of cuisine. The ones that get used most just end up on the most accessible bookshelf, and I have a sense of where they are. Here's a shot of the current configuration of cookbooks that have migrated to the "most accessible" shelf. Click image for larger version

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    I really like Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat. Not sure about that Meathead cookbook

    Here's my cookbooks that have been getting perused. Paul P's Louisiana Kitchen, The Mile End Cookbook and Zahav are the most used recently. Zahav has a skewered chicken with Harissa/Onion puree that is fantastic.
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    • jumbo7676
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      I use Zahav a lot. I have the kindle version.

    • barelfly
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      How is the "Sauces" book?

    • Panhead John
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      Everyone should have Paul P’s Louisiana Kitchen. 👍

    I have a ton of kindle cookbooks, but this is the collection of physical books that currently reside on top of my dresser.

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      This is my go to books....really like the ones by Chris Lilly..he dives into details..and i have a family connection with Big Bob..so tilted a bit i am..i also have several binders of lessons ive learned cooking and travling around on the different circuits....i really dont cook the same way everytime..the dish kinda speaks to me at the time on what i need to change up..

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