Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Cook: Culinary Historians' Used Cookbook Sale at the Hollywood Farmers Market Sunday
Photo credit: Jessica Ritz
If you can stand to schlep additional weight in the summer heat, then bring extra bags for the good deals to be found on bound volumes this Sunday at the Hollywood Farmers' Market. The Culinary Historians of Southern California sponsors its thirteenth annual used cookbook sale, which benefits the Culinary Collections at the Los Angeles Public Library. Arrive early for the best browsing, selection, and inspiration.
An extra Hollywood market FYI via SEE-LA regarding recent changes. Relatively new producers include Bautista Dates, Sage Mountain Farm, D & G Produce, and Bolanos Family Farm. Yummy Fish's fresh grilled fish and shrimp and C'est La V Bakeshop's vegan goods add to the prepared food choices. Meanwhile, Mill Road Orchard, Flora Bella Farm, Sea Fever, Flan King, and Urban Green no longer maintain a presence.
Culinary Historians' used cookbook sale: Sunday, 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., on Ivar and Selma Aves., between Hollywood & Sunset Blvds.
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