I already have the Ball Complete, Small Batch, and Linda Z's "Joy of..." books. Borders book store next town over is closing, have 25% off list right now (I know, not much) but they're running low on stock.
I saw 2010 edition "Putting Food By" in paperback marked $17 (less 25%), and this is OT but KA Flour Baking Commemorative(looseleaf, still in shrink wrap) marked $35 (so $26.25 + 6% tax). Dorrie Greenspan's French Table would be $30 (plus tax).
Are any of these worth the price, should I wait and see if they go lower, or should I pass (I don't cook French with a picky 7-yr old, and I don't have much shelf space for cookbooks). KAF may be worth it since it's $34.95 on the website, but I didn't want to open the plastic to browse. Any others I should look for?
(I did also see McGee "On Food and Cooking" marked $40 but I have a 40% off coupon not good at this store, I can order it online or maybe find it for less than $24 at Amazon. I also still have that Blue Chair Jam cookbook to return/exchange somewhere.)