What books would you like to see?

Well it’s been another busy day today at whatsinmycookbooks.com and we’ve received lots more great feedback from you. All of your comments are really appreciated, so do keep them coming.

Lots of you have signed up as members, so if you like what you’re seeing please help us spread the word! Remember that you can create your own personalised bookshelf once you’ve registered, so you’ll be able to get the most out of the site.

We know that you’ve all got lots of cookbooks at home (some of you even have collections running into the thousands!) so please do let us know what you’ve got that isn’t yet in our library.

We enter all new books manually to ensure that the information is accurate, so it’s quite a lengthy process. But we’re aiming to get every cookbook published in the last five years on there by the end of 2011, and we’re getting there! We’d love you to send us suggestions and requests for new books to include – the most popular suggestions will get top priority.

We’ve already received some suggestions, here’s just a few of them:

  • River Cottage Meat by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall
  • Rachel’s Favourite Food at Home by Rachel Allen
  • Delia’s Vegetarian Collection by Delia Smith
  • Indian Food Made Easy by Anjum Anand
  • How to Eat by Nigella Lawson

Do you agree with these? What are your favourites that we haven’t got yet? Let us know by commenting on this post, using our web contact form or emailing us at team@whatsinmycookbooks.com


Liz and the whatsinmycookbooks.com team x

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2 Responses to “What books would you like to see?”

  1. Tweets that mention What books would you like to see? « whatsinmycookbooks.com -- Topsy.com Says:

    […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Joel Hughes, Liz and others. Liz said: For the morning lot: Tell us your favourites and we'll add the most popular! http://fb.me/JRfTbDGm Please RT and spread the word 🙂 […]

  2. Nicolette Says:

    Annie Bell has quite a few recipes books which are fantastic – Gorgeous Greens, Gorgeous Suppers are just two of my current favourites of hers but she has more…. and yes, I own most of them too…

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