What’s In a Number: Part 2

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Music – “Big Numbers” from I’ve Got Music in Me by Jack Hartmann. Released: 1995

Does the number 5729 mean anything to you? Should it? Well, “5729” is the number imprinted on a drug called “Famotidine”.

"5729" (Famotidine) (Photo Credit: www.drugs.com)

“5729” (Famotidine) (Photo Credit: http://www.drugs.com)

5729” is also the number of a scheduled American Airlines flight from Dallas to Pensacola.

Is this Flight 5729 from Dallas to Pensacola? (Photo Credit: www.feelgrafix.com)

Is this Flight 5729 from Dallas to Pensacola? (Photo Credit:www.feelgrafix.com)

 

 

 

 

If you’re at the local office supply store, you might be looking for Avery Labels 5729.

Avery Label 5729

Avery Label 5729

There is a spiffy watch called the “Invicta Men’s Reserve Subaqua Venom 5729“.

Wow! The "Invicta Maen's Reserve Subaqua Venom 5729" watch! (Photo Credit: www.amazon.com)

Wow! The “Invicta Men’s Reserve Subaqua Venom 5729” watch!  (Photo Credit: http://www.amazon.com)

“Alyce 5729” is the name of a dress available at http://www.newyorkdress.com.

"Alyce 5729" dress (Photo Credit: www.newyorkdress.com)

“Alyce 5729” dress (Photo Credit: http://www.new yorkdress. com)

In the market for a tropical tree? Try “Ficus Nerifolia Bonsai Tree 5729” available at http://www.miamitropicalbonsai.com.

"Ficus Nerifolia Bonsai Tree 5729" (Photo Credit: www.miamitropicalbonsai.com)

“Ficus Nerifolia Bonsai Tree 5729” (Photo Credit: http://www.miamitropical bonsai.com)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You could sew up a cool double-breasted cape jacket using Lekala pattern 5729 (Photo Credit: http://www.lekala.com)jacket

For rail fans out there, you might already be familiar with Canadian Pacific locomotive 5729.

CP Rail Locomotive 5729 (Photo Credit: www.rrpicturearchives.net)

CP Rail Locomotive   5729 (Photo Credit: http://www.rrpicture archives.net)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And, in 2013, the per capita monthly income in India was 5729 rupees (approximately $86.00 US)

But, regular readers will know where I’m going with this if they read my post “What’s in a Number“, posted on 6/21/2016.  At that time, the special number was 5328, however,  in my house, “5729” is the current number of cookbooks in “the collection”. And, as Ripley used to say “believe it or not“, I still have a few empty shelves to fill! Full steam ahead!

Supposedly, the "KOBO" electronic device can hold up to 30,000 e-books! (Photo Credit: www.twistthewayiseethings.com)

Not exactly the size of my collection (yet!) (Photo Credit: http://www.twistthewayi      seethings.com)


My EatYourBooks cookbook collection

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About vintagecookbookery

Cookbook lover and collector with a burgeoning collection of cookbooks. Reading and researching food trends, history of cooking techniques and technological advances in cooking, what we eat and why and cookbooks as reflectors of cultures is a fascination for me. As of November 7th, 2013, I hold the current Guinness World Record title for the largest collection of cookbooks: 2,970 at the official count on July 14th, 2013 (applaud now, thank you very much!) The current (unofficial) number is now 6,235. What next? More shelves?
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4 Responses to What’s In a Number: Part 2

  1. Roger March says:

    Off to a gig but really enjoy the collection.
    Just thought I’d let you know.

  2. Wende says:

    6,000 is around the corner. Congratulations!!!!!!! I’ve been “out there” for years. Some people just have to judge no matter how insignificant the argument. You are not hurting anyone even if you were collecting just to collect (unless the books fall on someone then…I might see their point )

  3. Some have accused me of collecting for the sake of collecting, however, that’s not the case. I really love reading cookbooks and using them. People don’t seem to think it strange when someone collects first editions of fiction, but for some reason, a few people think that collecting cookbooks is “out there”!

  4. trkingmomoe says:

    And my family thought I have too many cookbooks. LOL…Enjoy your collection. I certainly enjoy mine.

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