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Arabella Boxer wrote 2 different books on herbs: the earlier Herb Book co-authored with Philippa Back first published in the 80's which exists in several editions; and the Hamlyn Herb Book published in 1996 then later re-issued, combined with the Hamlyn Spice Book. These should not be combined. WorldCat has things a bit muddled but I own the 2 books and they are not the same.

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Arabella Boxer, married to the journalistic genius Mark Boxer in the 1960s, was brought up in the north of Scotland. "The food was very dull," she recalls now. "But when I was a little older my mother took me to Maine – she was American – and it was just divine. Strawberry ice-cream, corn chowder, chicken pie. I found out what fun food could be."
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Arabella Boxer wrote 2 different books on herbs: the earlier Herb Book co-authored with Philippa Back first published in the 80's which exists in several editions; and the Hamlyn Herb Book published in 1996 then later re-issued, combined with the Hamlyn Spice Book. These should not be combined. WorldCat has things a bit muddled but I own the 2 books and they are not the same.

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