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How Many Cookbooks Do You Own?

Episode: 63

If you have a wall of cookbooks (like I do) but only ever crack open a few-help is at hand. Jane Kelly is the founder of Eat Your Books, a service that lets you search your own library to find the perfect recipe. She was an executive in the music and TV world in the UK, and then, she had an idea….

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