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Cookbooks for Kindle

Susan got her first Kindle in 2007 and her Amazon Echo in 2015. She enjoys sharing her interest in geeky electronic devices with others.

Recommended Kindle Cookbook: Homemade Mixes from The Hillbilly Housewife. See it below.

Recommended Kindle Cookbook: Homemade Mixes from The Hillbilly Housewife. See it below.

Kindle: The Convenient Way to Collect Cookbooks!

Have a new Kindle ebook reader or maybe a new Kindle Fire tablet? You'll love it! Now you need to fill it with books. Here's an idea: How about a selection of cookbooks for Kindle? Need help choosing? Well, you've come to the right place.

Read below to find out why I recommend cookbooks for Kindle and to see my e-cookbook suggestions and a few personal reviews. I've included some of my favorites, as well as information about giving ebooks as gifts (it's super-simple), and of course you can buy them for yourself, too!

I'm getting hungry, how about you? Tuck in your napkin and let's get started.

P.S. Did you know that you don't need to own a Kindle to read Kindle ebooks? Download a free reading app for your phone or PC from any of the cookbook product pages linked below and you'll be all set!

Tip: When using a recipe on your Kindle, be sure to protect the device from splashes or spills.

Here's mine, safely covered with a zippered storage bag.

Here's mine, safely covered with a zippered storage bag.

POLL: Do You Have a Kindle? with Cookbooks? Or maybe you read Kindle books on another device.

Choose the best answer and click "vote" at the bottom. Feel free to leave a comment at the bottom of the page (if you wish) to elaborate on your response.

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Why Buy Cookbooks for Kindle?

1. Save time.

2. Save space.

3. Save money.


Reason 1: Save Time

First of all, why buy Kindle books at all? In today's mobile society, so many people are on the go all the time and portable electronic devices are more common than cars. Having reading material available whenever and wherever you need it is now a reality - and a wonderful convenience. I know I do. In fact, I try to take a Kindle with me wherever I go.

Since Kindle ebooks can be read on a number of electronic devices besides the Kindle itself, let's say that you left your Kindle at home but you have your iPhone with you at the grocery store. Access your cookbook using one of the free reading apps (available for most smart phones as well as your iPad or iPod and your PC or Mac) to see the ingredients of that recipe you were going to prepare tonight but you forgot to include on your shopping list - and save time. Cool!

Reason 2: Save Space

So, why buy cookbooks for Kindle? For me, one of the most important reasons is to save space. Let's face it: most of us have too much stuff. Our bookshelves are full, our kitchens are crowded. But we all love to read and we do love collecting cookbooks (or you probably wouldn't be reading this page). Kindle is the easy and obvious solution! Even the smallest model holds over 1000 books. How many cookbooks will your kitchen hold?

Going minimalist? Many people, especially baby boomers and seniors, are paring down and moving out to smaller houses, apartments, and even RV's. It's a piece of cake to carry your entire library, including the cookbooks, with you in your pocket or purse.

In my particular situation, our family suffered a house fire a few years ago and I lost all of my cookbooks (and everything else in the house). Rather than replacing them with print books, I've been collecting new cookbooks electronically. Know what? The only cookbooks I have to store - and dust - are a few that were given to me as gifts. I love the minimalist approach!

Reason 3: Save Money with Cookbooks for Kindle

Another reason I buy cookbooks for my Kindle is to save money. While not true across the board, in the vast majority of cases ebooks are less expensive than their paper, or so-called "dead tree" counterparts. It's easy to compare the prices of hardback, paperback, and the electronic version of each book in the Kindle store. Just click on the link for the book and the available formats and their respective prices will be displayed "above the fold" near the top of the listing. Sometimes there's a good reason to buy a "real" book, but if you can save money with an electronic version with a good, usable format - well, those pennies and dollars do add up! Personally, I have dozens of cookbooks now and I've spent very little money to acquire them. In fact, many of my favorites were free!

Convinced? Take a look (below) at a couple of examples of Kindle cookbooks that I own, like, and recommend. You'll find a featured favorite cookbook (I update this section often, frequently with free books) as well as a selection of bestsellers and more bargain cookbooks that I enjoy and think you'll like, too.

This savvy homemaker collects cookbooks on her Kindle.

A Few Cookbook Recommendations for Your Kindle

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The Four Season Farm Gardener's Cookbook

Do you actually eat what you grow in your garden? Perhaps you want to learn how to plant an organic garden, or how to choose plants based on your family's tastes and preferences rather than randomly selecting whatever catches your eye at the garden center. Want to know which variety of kale is a good choice for a salad garden and how to prepare it? I've just found a fabulous book that will help you solve all these problems and more.

The book is written in two closely-related parts, really two books in one. The gardening section is absolutely great, very informative with advice that's easy to understand and implement. You'll learn all about preparing the soil, choosing the right crops and where, when, and how to plant and nurture them, with instruction on everything you'll need to help your garden produce food that is not only delicious but nutritious.

The cooking section involves starting with the ingredients from your garden then improvising recipes around them. You're not on your own, though; there are 120 wonderful recipes to get you started and keep you eating throughout the growing season as your harvest dictates. What could be better than a roasted pepper and tomato dip on a summer's day when the ingredients arrive in the kitchen still warm from the sun shining on the garden? Or perhaps you can look forward to a creamy fall vegetable soup as the days get shorter and the butternut squash ripens. Use the recipe variations provided or invent your own. Creativity is key and you'll be inspired to experiment and invent new recipes as the growing season provides new produce on a weekly or even daily basis.

This book is a pleasure to read. The two authors' love of both gardening and consuming freshly-harvested food is both obvious and contagious. Word pictures abound. If you've been thinking about gardening but are still in need of a nudge to start planning or working in either a garden or a kitchen, surrounded by food that you've had a hand in producing from seed to harvest, you'll find that motivation within this book's 496 pages.

This is a beautiful, professionally written, edited, and produced book. Every time I pick it up, I find it hard to put down.

4.6 stars from 85 reader reviews.

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Need Spinach Recipes? Add this cookbook to your collection.

This little book, packed full of amazing spinach recipes, would make an awesome addition to your Kindle cookbook collection.

The color pictures inside look especially tasty on my Kindle Fire tablet.

Read my complete review of this delicious book at this link.

How to Give a Kindle Cookbook as a Gift

Every book in the Kindle store includes a "Give as a Gift" link that makes giving ebooks fast and easy. All you need is the recipient's email address!

Want the book for yourself? Add it to your Wish List!

Another of my Favorite Kindle Cookbooks

Susanne, the Hillbilly Housewife, always puts together fabulous books and this one, called Homemade Mixes: Make it Yourself and Save, is no exception. I recently featured this as a freebie and liked it so much, I decided to feature it a while longer (though it's no longer free except with Kindle Unlimited) because I think you'll really love this one.

From a "cream of soup" mix that I can't wait to try, to corn bread mix, lemon pepper seasoning, pancake or waffle mix, even a homemade Shake and Bake mix, you'll find a long list of recipes and plenty of healthful mixes (versus the supermarket varieties that are so often filled with additives) that you'll want to try. While it's periodically featured for free, it's also worth every penny of the $2.99 bargain price tag (price subject to change).

Thank You for Reading!

If you're a Kindle owner, or are considering a new Kindle reader or Fire tablet, remember that there are hundreds of thousands of books available, including lots of cookbooks but also books on any topic you can imagine. Some are free, many are very inexpensive, and a good number are available to borrow with programs such as Kindle Unlimited. You'll see information about that program on any of the books linked above.

If you're still looking for information about your Kindle, I can help you there, too. Simply check out the related articles below or leave me a question in the comments section. I love to talk about cookbooks - and Kindle!

Need More Information about Kindle?

  • Buying a Kindle? Read This Before You Buy
    Not sure where to buy a Kindle or which one to buy? Still comparing e-readers and tablets and haven't made up your mind? We have answers to your questions about buying a Kindle reader or Fire tablet.

© 2010 Susan Deppner

What Do You Think About Kindle Cookbooks? Have a question? Let us know in a comment below!

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on September 08, 2016:

I think the navigation issue is a factor, too, especially in certain cookbooks that are more encyclopedic. Downsizing is a good idea, but fortunately that isn't an issue on my Kindle since I have a hard time parting with books, even cookbooks. Thanks, Barbara!

Barbara Radisavljevic from Paso Robles, CA on September 07, 2016:

I have a Kindle, but for cookbooks I still prefer my paper editions. Since we've changed the way we eat and I hardly ever cook anymore, I'm getting rid of many cookbooks to conserve space. Cookbooks are reference books for me. They are much easier for me to navigate and use in paper form.

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on April 15, 2016:

Sylvestermouse, you could buy a waterproof cover, but honestly a large Ziplock bag works very well. I tend to make messes when I'm cooking or baking, so I don't like to leave my Kindle open to an accidental splash or flying food from the mixer. I'm sure you know what I mean! Thanks so much for commenting on that. I hope other people notice it, too!

Cynthia Sylvestermouse from United States on April 15, 2016:

I do have a few cookbooks on my Kindle. I must comment though about your ingenious idea for putting the kindle in a ziplock bag!!! Worrying about the damage I would do to my Kindle has previously kept me from actually using it in the kitchen. That will be much easier than writing down instructions and recipes just to use them.

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on January 29, 2016:

Thanks, ladyguitarpicker! Dusting stacks of books, even cookbooks, isn't my idea of a good time. Glad you agree!

stella vadakin from 3460NW 50 St Bell, Fl32619 on January 28, 2016:

I am with you on this, save time and space with a Kindle. A great way to keep recipes, sounds great.

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on August 11, 2015:

My pleasure, Merrci! Your spinach cookbook is fabulous. Hope you sell a million copies!

Merry Citarella from Oregon's Southern Coast on August 10, 2015:

Thank you so much Susan for featuring my book! This article of yours is always a favorite. I can't tell you how many times I've stopped in and picked out a book. It was lovely of you to include me.

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on July 05, 2015:

Good point, BarbRad. I usually touch the display periodically so it stays on but yes, good for people to know. Thanks for stopping by!

Barbara Radisavljevic from Paso Robles, CA on July 05, 2015:

I have several cookbooks on my Kindle, but I don't' use them from the Kindle. I just read them. I prefer paper in the kitchen. If I don't keep turning pages on my Kindle it goes off.

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on June 18, 2015:

Well, you know, Lorelei, there IS a new Paperwhite in town! You might enjoy the cookbooks even more on one of the Fire tablets, though. My advice? Mention it in your letter to Santa this year! :) Thanks so much for stopping by!

Lorelei Cohen on June 18, 2015:

My grandchildren have adopted my kindle fire so one of these days I will have to get around to adopting myself a new one.

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on April 06, 2015:

Have fun, Ann! The cookbook section is a wonderful place to explore. Thanks so much for stopping by on your way!

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on April 06, 2015:

Absolutely my pleasure, Nancy! I'm thrilled to know that you're enjoying your Kindle Fire!

annmackiemiller from Bingley Yorkshire England on April 06, 2015:

thanks for sharing these free cook books on Kindle - I'm off to explore

Nancy Carol Brown Hardin from Las Vegas, NV on April 06, 2015:

I do love my Kindle and I'm glad to be a part of the Kindle Krowd! Thanks for all these luscious cookbooks to get me off to a good start on cooking with Kindle.

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on March 15, 2015:

You're welcome, Brenda! Hope you enjoy the book.

Treasures By Brenda from Canada on March 15, 2015:

Thanks, Susan, for the link to the free St. Patrick's Day cookbook!

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on March 11, 2015:

They'd always be with you that way, Lorelei. That would definitely come in handy from time to time. Thanks for the thought!

Lorelei Cohen on March 10, 2015:

I am always amazed by how much the Kindle reader holds within it. I love my cookbooks but I am sure that I could be persuaded to have a kindle cookbook for times when I am traveling. It would sure be nice to take my recipes with me at times.

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on January 28, 2015:

Fabulous! Thank you, Margaret. Hope you find some recipes that you'll really like.

Margaret Schindel from Massachusetts on January 28, 2015:

I just picked up the free sweet potato cookbook thanks to you, Susan!

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on January 12, 2015:

Hope you try a cookbook, Nancy. Having the tablet, you'll be able to enjoy cookbooks with nice, color pictures. Gotta love pictures on the Kindle Fire!

Nancy Carol Brown Hardin from Las Vegas, NV on January 12, 2015:

It's a great find, as far as I'm concerned. I just got my Kindle, so I'm still exploring all its possibilities. This really sounds good to me.

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on January 12, 2015:

I agree, Barbara. The daily selection of free cookbooks, especially those on specialty topics, is always a good place to look for treasures. Thanks so much for stopping by!

BarbaraCasey on January 11, 2015:

I tend to watch for cookbook "free" days, especially for vegetarian cookbooks. Or for specialty books with soup or bread recipes. A fun (and cheap) way to build a bigger collection of recipes.

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on January 11, 2015:

I really, really appreciate that, Brite-Ideas! Have an occasion coming up soon? Better start getting the word out, and definitely let me know how it works out!

Barbara Tremblay Cipak from Toronto, Canada on January 11, 2015:

Susan, I don't have a Kindle, but the advantages you outline are making me think it's time to add this item to my gift list - you're a terrific source for info on the Kindle.

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on December 21, 2014:

Collecting cookbooks is a wonderful hobby, Jerzimom, one that benefits the whole family! Glad you've discovered Kindle cookbooks, too!

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on December 21, 2014:

Me too, Merrci. I could sit and read cookbooks all day. It's fun finding so many good ones for Kindle. Thanks for stopping by!

Cheryl Fay Mikesell from Mondovi, WI on December 21, 2014:

I have cookbooks on my Kindle. It sure does save space! I also have like a bookshelf with 3 rows of cookbooks.

Merry Citarella from Oregon's Southern Coast on December 20, 2014:

Cookbooks are always so hard to resist. I love having them on my Kindle app!

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on December 17, 2014:

Agree! Right this minute I have two Kindles on the corner of my desk, wondering how many books are on them. At least a couple hundred, I suppose. That would be a BIG stack! Thanks, smine27, for stopping by. Always good to see you!

Shinichi Mine from Tokyo, Japan on December 17, 2014:

I love reading on my Kindle. Saves so much space.

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on December 17, 2014:

Why, thank you so much for those kind words, Margaret. I hope you really enjoy your new K-cookbooks! I always appreciate when you stop by.

Margaret Schindel from Massachusetts on December 17, 2014:

Susan, you always give such excellent Kindle device and book suggestions! I just ordered a couple of these books to add to my growing Kindle cookbook collection. Thanks for the great recommendations, as always.

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on July 07, 2014:

@ecogranny: I really appreciate your input, Graceonline! Thanks so much.

Kathryn Grace from San Francisco on July 06, 2014:

I don't own a Kindle, but I do own a couple of iPads, and I have cookbooks on those. It's so easy to follow a recipe on an electronic reader. Much easier than with a cookbook on a stand. Then there's the environmental consideration, which is so critical today.

Love this list! Thanks for compiling it.

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on July 06, 2014:

@Merrci: So true! Since our fire I only have three or four cookbooks in print - and plenty of storage space for other things!

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on July 06, 2014:

@Ruthi: Exactly! There are so many specialty cookbooks these days, too, so it's easy to own lots of little cookbooks when they're on Kindle.

Merry Citarella from Oregon's Southern Coast on July 06, 2014:

It's a perfect way to have a big variety of cookbooks! Nice to have them all together in one place without taking up an entire bookcase!

Ruthi on July 05, 2014:

I think Kindle cookbooks are a grand idea. Most of the time I only use a handful of recipes from a cookbook, so this way, I don't have to own the book and store it on a shelf to get to my favorites.

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on April 17, 2013:

@Paladins: Thank you, Paladins. That would be a great way to use Kindle for cooking!

Paladins on April 17, 2013:

Well, after reading your lens I might want a Kindle Fire, that is if I can slide it into some sort of under the counter bracket in the kitchen next to the stove.

That would be nice for looking at recipes while I cook. Nice lens.

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on December 19, 2012:

@Virginia Allain: That's a great idea!

Virginia Allain from Central Florida on December 18, 2012:

Since we just became a 4 Kindle family (but only 2 people), we thought of keeping the older one in the kitchen for cookbooks.

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on November 07, 2012:

@Judith Nazarewicz: Thanks! Isn't it great to be able to carry your cookbooks with you?

Judith Nazarewicz from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada on November 06, 2012:

I don't have a Kindle yet, but I have an iPad with a Kindle app so I can read ebooks. My iPad is loaded with cookbooks. awesome lens!

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on September 16, 2012:

@ItayaLightbourne: Indeed! Kindle cookbooks take up a lot less shelf space, that's for sure!

Itaya Lightbourne from Topeka, KS on September 16, 2012:

I have a Nook but would also love a Kindle! Cookbooks on a Kindle would be very awesome. :)

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on September 03, 2012:

@tonybonura: Just keep making those lenses!

Tony Bonura from Tickfaw, Louisiana on September 03, 2012:

I'm too jealous to comment! :-)

TonyB

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on August 30, 2012:

@writerkath: Great point! Very easy to carry with you. Thanks for sharing that fabulous suggestion!

writerkath on August 30, 2012:

I definitely would love one! We love cooking, and we travel in winter, so this would be ideal for us!

soaringsis on August 30, 2012:

Great idea. I do love my cookbooks.

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on August 28, 2012:

@anonymous: Great point to explain about adjusting to the technology, which is really pretty awesome when you get used to it. Glad you're enjoying your e-cookbooks!

anonymous on August 28, 2012:

I have something other than a Kindle, but I use my gift cards for cookbooks. I love having them on my Nook. Someone asked why I wouldn't have something I could touch, feel, skip through easily - and I told them I'd learned and adapted to the technology to incorporate what I love and be comfortable. I am not the greatest cook, but I love trying new things and I love my tablet.

I have all of my new favorite recipes with me when I visit family. Some of them are still adjusting (and may never switch over to electronic forms), but I love being able to introduce them to new ideas without lugging around pounds and pounds of books.

dcosmato lm on June 05, 2012:

@scholarshipdirectory: Oh, what a neat idea! I'm going to get hubby to do that right now:)

dcosmato lm on June 05, 2012:

I love my cookbooks I've downloaded on my Kindle Fire! You are absolutely right about saving space, plus it's just so easy to find a recipe and start cooking! Plus, the Kindle lending library has them for free, so I can try one out for a month and decide whether I want to buy it.

SellClean on May 05, 2012:

I love em' !

seosmm on November 29, 2011:

Very nice lens!

scholarshipdirectory on September 30, 2011:

If you put velcro on the back of your kindle you can mount it to your kitchen cabinet pretty easily, it makes it much easier to read while cooking.

cheech1981 on September 13, 2011:

here is another tip. if you use your kindle with cookbooks in the kitchen, you can get something called a Document Holder from staples or other office stores. they're pretty cheap. basically it's a little stand and youc an put the kindle on it while you cook so that if anything spills, the liquids won't get on your kindle. happy cooking! :)

zetchi lm on June 03, 2011:

kindle is good for those don't like to cook base on book reading....kindle can makes them more comfortable in the kitchen.

Treasures By Brenda from Canada on March 30, 2011:

Susan, I don't know how I missed this lens. Lensrolling it to a couple of my cookbook lenses.

ljm63 on March 09, 2011:

I do not own a Kindle, but I like this lens!

JeremiahStanghini on February 17, 2011:

Could make cooking a lot easier, if you're reading it from a device rather than a book.

With Love and Gratitude,

Jeremiah

Lady Gotrocks on February 05, 2011:

Nice Lens! Blessed

Blackspaniel1 on January 28, 2011:

It is an inexpensive way of getting good books. Cookbooks can find what you want easy by doing a word search, so it should work well!

sorana lm on January 20, 2011:

Hmmmm ... interesting, very interesting ... you just made me think ... Kindle ... it does sound great ... I'll have to look into it.

anonymous on January 17, 2011:

Hadn't thought about keeping a cookbook on the Kindle. That is a great idea.

JoyfulPamela2 from Pennsylvania, USA on January 15, 2011:

I do have a few cookbooks on my Kindle, but it's always fun to find new recipes! =D

anonymous on January 07, 2011:

This lens makes me think I need a Kindle.Thanks Susan.

Michey LM on January 07, 2011:

I think you are inventive and creative and I like your lenses!

Regards Michey

anonymous on January 06, 2011:

Haven't been able to move up to the kindle yet, but I may in the coming months as I hope to travel more this year. I would have a hard time giving up my "dead tree" books, however. I absolutely love to touch the pages as they come alive for me. Great lens, Susan!

Rhonda Albom from New Zealand on December 15, 2010:

I don't have a Kindle, but if I did this information on cookbooks and how to choose would be really valuable - especially the big blue box with the hints on large type.

Missmerfaery444 on December 11, 2010:

Excellent lens! I don't have a Kindle, being a book lover I have always resisted electronic reading devices because I love my little library full of books, but... you're kinda convincing me in terms of using it for things like cookbooks and other non-fic!

Joyfulmusic90 on December 11, 2010:

I enjoy picking a recipe from the Kindle, propping it up on the counter, and voila ... ready to cook! You have some wonderful looking selections. =D

clouda9 lm on December 04, 2010:

Brilliant idea. I don't have a Kindle, although it gets higher and higher up on my wishlist.

javr from British Columbia, Canada on December 03, 2010:

The Kindle has sure come a long way in a hurry. The more I read about it the more I like it.

Rhonda Albom from New Zealand on December 02, 2010:

Great idea. We travel a lot and bring our family cookbook, it sure would be nice to have it so easily available.

ICanCook on December 01, 2010:

Sorry I'm a techie and this is a nice cookbook for kindle lens, but I want a real cookbook, so I can turn the pages and splash batter on them.

Tonie Cook from USA on November 30, 2010:

Wonderful! A cook book lens!!

Addy Bell on November 29, 2010:

Since I'm not that interested in getting a Kindle, I hadn't thought about using one in the kitchen. Cookbooks are the one thing I can really see myself liking about them.

KDimmick on November 25, 2010:

Don't have a kindle...

gods_grace_notes on November 23, 2010:

I don't have a Kindle yet, but I want one! Thanks for the guides, I'm going to go read up so I know which one to put on my wish list!

WindyWintersHubs from Vancouver Island, BC on November 22, 2010:

I would love to have a Kindle. It's really starting to make sense instead of having a shelf full of books.

Richard from Surrey, United Kingdom on November 22, 2010:

These are a great idea for the cook in the house. Kindle is a hot item right now, and these will make a wonderful gift too.

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on November 22, 2010:

@Dianne Loomos: Ho! Ho! Ho!

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on November 22, 2010:

@joanhall: The compilation lens looks fabulous, Joan! Thanks!

Susan Deppner (author) from Arkansas USA on November 22, 2010:

@Jhangora LM: Sure! I'd love a link back to the lens!

BuckHawkcenter on November 22, 2010:

Kindle is top on my wish list and now I have to add cookbooks for my (hopefully) new Kindle. Great lens! Jenga is building.

puzzlerpaige on November 22, 2010:

I'd love to have a Kindle. And I already know the cookbook I'd order for it.

ChemKnitsBlog2 on November 22, 2010:

Great job! I hadn't thought about putting any cookbooks on my kindle, but I'm going to have to check that out!

Jhangora LM on November 21, 2010:

Congrats on completing the challenge! I hope you won't mind if I make a blog post out of these suggestions :) Ofcourse I won't copy your content, will just highlight the books recommended by you.

Evelyn Saenz from Royalton on November 21, 2010:

Kindle readers sound interesting. The kindle would certainly take up much less space than real cookbooks.

Joan4 on November 21, 2010:

The more I read about the Kindle, the more I want one!

tandemonimom lm on November 21, 2010:

Wow, Kindle cookbooks - whoda thunkit?

Joan Hall from Los Angeles on November 21, 2010:

Sounds like an excellent use for the Kindle! Lovely lens. I'm off to update the compilation lens.

Dianne Loomos on November 21, 2010:

Great information on cookbooks and cookbooks for Kindle. I really think I must have a Kindle. I'll ask Santa.

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