In a world where neighborhood bookstores are too often on life support, this gem, 20-plus years and kicking, stands out for its fine selection of cookbooks, food memoirs, and the best in food writing. If you're lucky enough to be in town for one of their many book launches, book the date -- top chefs are often featured. (Julia Child, for one, was here.)
The Cookbook Store IS NOT CLOSED and has been in business since 1983 and continues to serve the food community in Toronto and around the world.
Cookbook Store The offers these services: magazines, bookstore.
For almost two decades, this store has been a source for cooks of all skill levels. The space is small but it is packed with more than 4000 titles. Shelves are divided according to topic, which range from ethnic recipe collections to books featuring specific ingredients. There's also a section for general reference, where novice chefs can find materials that cover the basics. The store is a... more