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30-Minute Meals by Susan E Mitchell
Appetizers & Hors D'Oeuvres: At the Academy (California Culinary Academy Series) by Janet Fletcher
The Art of Easy Entertaining: From the Academy (California Culinary Academy Series) by Susan Walter
The Art of Eating in: Fast, Easy and Fabulous (California Culinary Academy Series) by Jane Horn
Barbecuing, Grilling & Smoking (The California Culinary Academy Series) by Ron Clark
Breads: At the Academy (California Culinary Academy) by Cynthia Scheer
Breakfasts & brunches by Cynthia Scheer
Cakes and Pastries At the Academy (California Culinary Academy) by Olivia Erschen
Chicken and Other Poultry (California Culinary Academy) by Julie Renaud
Chinese Cooking at the Academy (California Culinary Academy) by Jay Harlow
Chinese cooking techniques (California Culinary Academy series) by Jay Harlow
Classic American Cooking from the Academy (California Culinary Academy Series) by John Phillip Carroll
Classic Cooking Techniques (California Culinary Academy Series) by Faye Levy
Cookies at the Academy (California Culinary Academy Series) by Cynthia Scheer
Cuisines of Southeast Asia: Thai, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Burmese & More (California Culinary Academy) by Jay Harlow
Fish & Shellfish (California Culinary Academy, No 05773) by Lonnie Gandara
The Healthy Gourmet Cookbook by Ortho Books
Ice Cream and Frozen Desserts (California Culinary Academy) by Lonnie Gandara
Meat and Game Cooking/05798 (California Culinary Academy series) by Peggy Waldman
Menus for Entertaining (California Culinary Academy Series) by Hallie Donnelly
Mexican Cooking at the Academy (Easy & Elegant Meals) by Vicki Barrios Schley
Microwave and More (Easy and Elegant Meals) by Sally Editor California Culinary Academy SMITH
Microwave Cooking (California Culinary Academy Series) by Judith Knorr
The New Gourmet: Sensational and Satisfying Low-Fat Cooking (California Culinary Academy Series) by Mary Carroll
Quick & Easy Cooking at the Academy (California Culinary Academy Series) by Jane Horn
Regional American Classics (California Culinary Academy series) by Bruce Aidells
Salads (California Culinary Academy) by Cynthia Scheer
Seasonal vegetarian cooking (California Culinary Academy series) by Susan Walter
Soups & stews (California Culinary Academy series) by Cynthia Scheer
Southeast Asian cooking (California Culinary Academy series) by Jay Harlow
Vegetarian Cooking at the Academy (California Culinary Academy) by Susan Walter
Wok & Stir-Fry Cooking: At the Academy (California Culinary Academy Series) by Joyce Jue

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