Photos courtesy of Dover Publications and used with permission. Dover is advertising with Pastry Chef Online, and as such, this is a sponsored post. Thank you for supporting the brands and businesses I work with and who allow me to do what I do!
A few weeks ago, Dover Publications approached me to run an ad for their cookbook section on my site. Having never heard of them before, I went and did a bit of reading and checked out their site. Once I found out a bit about what Dover Publications is all about, I was more than happy to have them advertise on Pastry Chef Online, and now I’m going to tell you about them as well.
Dover has been around since 1941 and has dealt mainly in republishing cookbooks that are out of print or in the public domain and selling them at very affordable prices. Dover’s cookbook selection is not encyclopedic, but it is populated with gems that serious cookbook collectors will be giddy over. Aside from the three pictured above, you’ll find regional cookbooks (Pennsylvania Dutch, Hawaiian), books on herbs and spices, international cuisine (Swedish, Austrian, Russian, etc), single subject cookbooks (jams and jellies, soups, souffles, ice cream, etc) and even some historically significant reprints including Fannie Farmer Original 1896 Boston Cooking-School Cook Book.
And I did mention Dover Publications’ prices, right? Since many of these books are in the public domain, Dover can offer their reprints at very attractive prices. And by attractive, I mean ranging from around $5.00 to around $20.00 with one notable exception: a reprint of Vincent Price’s fabulous A Treasury of Great Recipes for $50, a bargain for twice as much.
As their ad on my site displays, they are running a 25% off sale through July 31, 2016. Please access their site through the ad and use the coupon code on the ad to get your discount.
See their ad? It’s over there at the top of the sidebar on your desktop. If you’re on mobile, it’s worth it to check out on your desktop or laptop when you have a chance, too.
Dover has a strong social media presence too, so connect with them. They’re great people with a really interesting and diverse catalog of books, graphic novels, coloring books for adults and children, teacher resources and more.
Oh, and they have bacon stickers too.
Thanks for reading and for checking out Dover Publications, friends! When you add to your cookbook collection through Dover, I hope you’ll share photos of your finds on my facebook page!
Take care, and have a lovely day.