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Monday, December 3, 2012

Where The (Cook)Books Are: Chronicle Books Sale

Posted By on Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 1:30 PM

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All through December, SFoodie is bringing you local gift ideas for the food obsessives in your life.

Want to give and possibly get fed in return? Gifting a Chronicle cookbook may just entice your adorable friend to whip up a batch of Cake Pops or addictive Tartine bread in return. The warm and fuzziness gets even better knowing your purchase supports Chronicle Books, a San Francisco-based publisher and the publisher of choice for celeb chef Michael Chiarello , the folks from Humphry Slocombe, Chez Panisse and Martin Yan.

See also:

- This Holiday Season, Give The Gift of Dim Sum Earrings

- Hog Island Oyster Co. Now Accepting Limited Holiday Mail Orders

Their Tartine boxed set is a winner. Or maybe The Official High Times Cannabis Cookbook holds a certain giggly and glassy eyed sway? Go for it: save some serious coin with quality cookery books by nabbing a limited time online discount of 35% off + free shipping. If you're more of a "see and feel before you buy" kinda buyer, waltz over to their special warehouse sale December 12-14, and dig in to big savings.

Chronicle Books is having a Friends and Family Warehouse Sale, where you can save big. Get there early for the best deals and selection.

Where: Chronicle Books Corporate Headquarters ONLY (680 Second St.)

When: Weds., Dec. 12 - Fri., Dec. 14

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