Want to know where I go for the resources, books and equipment that I use and recommend? You’ve come to the right place.
Most of the links on this page and throughout the site are affiliate links, which means if you make a purchase through a link, I earn a small commission at no extra charge to you.I try not to buy too much stuff, but there are some things I use a lot in my kitchen and around the house. Buying something that will last and that you know you will use a lot can be a wise investment and can save money in the long run.
I also love reading and using cookbooks, although I usually start by borrowing them from my local library. Then I can have a test drive and see if it’s the kind of book I will use enough to justify purchasing. See the links to my book reviews on the Book Review category page here.
We read a fair bit in our house (not just cookbooks) and, as well as being regulars at the library, use The Book Depository for online book purchases. We live in Australia, so the free postage from The Book Depository is a much better deal for us than the postage charges on some of the other overseas sites.
If you don’t live in Australia, of course there’s Amazon for everything!
We’ve also started using Audible for our audio books. Love the soothing sounds of a good book before bedtime, or during a long car trip. My current favourite audio book reader is Michael Page – look out for his reading of Dickens’ Great Expectations.
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Do you have some favourite resources? I’d love to hear if you do!