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    Default Thermomix cookbook - recommendations and where to buy

    I would like to buy my step-MIL a thermomix cookbook for Xmas but not sure which one and can I buy them in dymocks or Myer etc or only on their website?

    I don't really want to spend more than $40 on it. She is English, likes to entertain (drink lottttsss of wine, lol) and doesn't have small children, any recommendations on which one to get?

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    Alyce Alexandra is my favourite. I have every thermo book by every author available haha!

    Anyway her new one is really great for entertaining it focuses on all the different occasions. Quick Fix - for every occasion or something like that.


    http://www.alycealexandracookbooks.com/
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    I've heard 'in the mix' is supposed to be really good. Not sure where you can find it though sorry. It might be over $40 too sorry I'm not much help!

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    There's a lot of books, so it would depend on what type of food she likes. You can't buy them in shops as far as I know, just from the website or from a demonstrator.

    http://www.thermomix.com.au/products/cookbooks.aspx

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    You can buy thermo books in shops hun I've got about 5 from there.

    So what you buy from thermomix you can't buy in dymocks and vice versa.

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    For Foods Sake is another great one from Dymocls by Tenina Holder

    Edit: sorry price is 49.95
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    Thanks for your help guys I looked at the thermomix website as you suggested and the three books I thought would be great were all out of stock

    I ended up heading into dymocks and getting an Alyce Alexandra book so am pretty happy with that!

    Thank you and Merry Christmas!!

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