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Books on the Nightstand published our final episode in July 2016. This is a place for listeners to find old episodes. 

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Jul 16, 2008

In Episode 9 of the Books on the Nightstand Podcast:

We battle the bumping microphone -- sorry, folks, those thumps are the microphone cord bouncing around. We tend to talk with our hands when we get excited, which makes the cord swing. I know the sound quality on this episode could be better. We're working on it. We do this podcast because we love books, but that doesn't make us audio experts. I hope the content of the show makes up for the less than professional audio.

As for the show itself:

We confess to a "book collecting sickness" -- but we need a better term for it. If you are linguistically gifted, help us out please. If not, send more bookshelves!

We talk about our favorite cookbooks -- those books that never seem to get put away because they are used so often. Several of these cookbooks have related links that you can check out until you can get to the bookstore:

And at the end of the episode, as usual, 2 new books we can't wait for you to read!

Information on all titles discussed in this episode is at Books on the Nightstand. Please share your thoughts about this episode with us over there. Do you have a similar affliction? What are your favorite cookbooks? Let us know in the comments, or come chat with us at the Books on the Nightstand group at Good Reads.