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    90.7 WFUV Radio (November 2018)
    In a digital era where you can quickly do a Google search of pretty much any recipe, the idea of flipping through a cookbook for inspiration in the kitchen may feel antiquated... more

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    Atlas Obscura
    Spiral-bound community recipes and antiquarian gems mingle at this small East Village shop... more

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    The Culinary Cellar (April 2016)
    Nothing will stop Bonnie Slotnick from offering the love of cookbooks to the public... more

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    Epicurious (March 2015)
    The legendary cookbook seller has a brand new storefront. But the books on the shelves are old as ever... more

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    The New York Times (March 2015)
    Last month, after 17 years in the West Village, Bonnie Slotnick had to vacate her little vintage cookbook store. Luckily, it took no time at all for her to find another... more

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    Grub Street (November 2014)
    Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks is like a shop out of Simon and Garfunkel’s version of Bleecker Street... more

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    GVSHP (June 2015)
    Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks specializes in antiquarian and out-of-print books on food, beverages, etiquette, entertaining, and housekeeping... more

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    Ploughshares at Emerson College (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 hands-on approach to selling... more

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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 (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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    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 (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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    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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    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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    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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    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