Originally Posted by rogue_librarian
I do use one for cooking, but the "cookbook" is my very own collection of favorite recipes, basically just lists of ingredients and amounts. I don't think it would work very well for recipes I hadn't used before; it's really more of an aide-memoire than anything else.
That's a really great idea, thanks. We've got a bunch of recipes we use regularly as .doc files on a network share, but putting them into .mobi so we can have on the Kindle would be a helpful.
(Oh, and to answer the original question, only one, since that's the only one of the cookbooks I have that's available as an eBook so far, but I'd like to see more. I don't cook from pictures, I cook from recipes.)