I hope this post is not seen as advertising but I bought the Kindle edition of Tartine Bread for $2.99 at amazon.ca tonight.
Unfortunately I couldn't - they won't sell .ca books to the UK!
So I'll have to cough up £2.99 instead of around £1.70 - disgraceful!
Thanks for the alert - I'll check out other cookbooks for Kindle, especially as it works nicely on the iPad (I assume)
Bits and bites cost more in the UK, maybe they are better quality.
Amazon.com has it for $2.99 as well. I normally don't get cookbooks on the Kindle but I think I'll check this one out since I do not have it in my library.
Did they fix all the mistakes in the Kindle edition that were in the book?
Curious. Because if it's no longer a coffee table book with nice photos
the recipes matter even more.
Baliw2, could you point out the most glaring mistakes? I was not aware that there were so many in the book. Thanks
Being unable to use my desktop for several months, I bought the largest Android tablet sold ( a Samsung Galaxy Tab S), uploaded my recipes to Dropbox, and am IN LOVE with the ability to see all my 4 x 6 cards expanded to 10.5 x 5.5 inches which I can read across the room! I will do that with all of them eventually. My hubby has to do the cooking for now, and using my tablet is perfect for him as I tutor him. Amazon has many cookbooks for my Kindle Reader app and a lot of free ones too! I will never again squint at a tiny handwritten recipe! This is the best reason for buying a tablet!
I bought the Amazon US edition just now! Thanks for the heads up! But someone please explain any mistakes in the book?
I'll have to google those. In the meantime I have to figure out what all the french words mean. At least the Kindle app can access a dictionary and wikipedia to help translate them.