Gourmet Guides

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Gourmet Guides was a San Francisco cookbook store started by Jean Bullock in 1973 that was turned into an on-line store by Sarah Bullock. Gourmet Guides bought closeouts, over-stocks, remainders and damaged books on cooking related books, for resale. They went out of business in 2008.[1]