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    NPR Weekend Edition (April 2006)
    Most who enter Bonnie Slotnick’s small New York City shop find themselves reconnecting with their childhood. Its shelves are stacked... more

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    The New Yorker (December 2002)
    At bonnie slotnick cookbooks (163 W. 10th St.; 989-8962), there are a lot of things you don’t usually see in a bookstore:... more

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    New York Times (November 2006)
    “New and revised are not always a good thing,” said Bonnie Slotnick, a cookbook dealer ( in Greenwich Village.... more

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    New York Times (January 2013)
    “There are collectors who think marginalia is more valuable and interesting than the recipes,” said Bonnie Slotnick, the eponymous owner.... more

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    New York Times (June 2014)
    “...her 350-square-foot shop, like a library in a remote mountain village, has an influence that belies its size.... more

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    Our Town (November 2016)
    Cookbooks enjoy a heaping boost in sales before the holiday season. People like to give them — or keep them and... more

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    Ploughshares (September 2013)
    With a collection of some 4,000 out-of-print and antiquarian culinary titles stocked in her cozy shop in New York's West Village, Bonnie takes a refreshingly ... more

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    Ann Mah (May 2009)
    The owner, Bonnie Slotnick, is a true devotee of the recipe, collecting housekeeping manuals and baking books, ... more

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    Honey and Schmaltz
    Rated by Bon Appétit Magazine as one of America's 7 best culinary bookstores, Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks specializes in old, rare, and out-of print cookbooks. ... more

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    Cookbook Create
    Today we chat with Bonnie Slotnick, owner of the beloved West Village shop, Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks, which stocks thousands of out-of-print and antiquarian ... more

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    Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks specializes in vintage cookbooks, which are arranged by cuisine and region and stacked to the ceiling of the cozy shop... more

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    WNYC (June 2011)
    Slotnick, who worked in cookbook publishing for decades, owns a West Village bookstore specializes in out-of-print, antiquarian and vintage cookbooks and magazines. ... more

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    The Food Duo (March 2011)
    Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks is an amazing independent bookshop on West 10th Street, made to satisfy even a foodie novice. ... more

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    Tasting Table (December 2008)
    But for rare, unconventional and sentimental discoveries, Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks is the ultimate treasure trove. ... more

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    Mitch Broder's Vintage New York (December 2011)
    Bonnie's bookshop is a treasure house of lost culinary possibilities, because it sells only out-of-print and antiquarian cookbooks. ... more

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    Mille Fiori Favoriti (June 2010)
    Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks is a used and out-of-print vintage cookbook store located at 163 West Tenth Street, in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Manhattan. ... more

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    WestView (March 2012)
    For the past 12 years she has owned and operated Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks at 163 West 10th Street, a 350-square-foot cabinet of wonders ... more

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    The Amateur Gourmet (February 2009)
    Popping into Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks in the West Village is a dangerous proposition: Bonnie is so likable and easy to talk to ... more

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    She is Too Fond of Books (June 2010)
    Savor is a great word to connect with this store, Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks in the West Village! On the evening we visited, ... more

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    Racked NY (April 2012)
    Bonnie's store is one of those places that make you feel lucky to have found it and you are always guaranteed a special experience. ... more

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    Not A Luxury (July 2012)
    The place is just as a perfect old bookstore should be: tiny, cozy, filled to the ceilings, smelling of old paper, and staffed by a sharp-witted shop-owner ... more