Firstly, I live in the Madrid Capital and thus, cooking equipment and electricity run machines and gadgets have a different electric system.
Secondly, on the topic of cookbooks, the ones I do possess in English shall be inherited by my 2 daughters, and the ones in Italian, French and German shall go to my younger daughter. The Portuguese ones and the Spanish ones shall be left to my gent.
If I am in the USA, it is for visiting dear friends, my Mom, my Brother and his wife and my nephews, one who now is living and working as a Chef in Tuscany and had finished his internship at a Ristorante and was offered a position this past summer.
When in the USA, I can only buy a few books ... if any, due to the baggage regulations.
Though I am flexible and of course, enjoy looking at books old and the latest in English and the Latin Root languages as well as German ... it keeps up the level when I travel.
Possibly, a good idea, would be to set up this section by Continents so that the members could possibly purchase however with the electric specifications of the EU or The USA / Canada etcetra ...
Buying an Italian or French book from Madrid or Florence or Milan or Toulouse or Paris or Zürich, is alot different than buying one from Oregon for example.