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Casseroles (Company's Coming) by Jean Pare2
Muffins and More (Company's Coming) by Jean Pare3
Soups and Sandwiches (Companys Coming No 7) by Jean Pare7
Cookies (Companys Coming No 9) (Companys Coming No 9) by Jean Pare9
Pasta (Company's Coming) by Jean Pare13
Cakes (Company's Coming) by Jean Pare14
Barbecues (Company's Coming) by Jean Pare15
Pies (Company's Coming) by Jean Pare18
Light Recipes (Company's Coming) by Jean Pare19
Preserves (Company's Coming) (Company's Coming) by Jean Pare21
Chicken, Etc. (Company's Coming) by Jean Pare23
Fish & Seafood (Company's Coming) by Jean Pare25
Breads by Jean Pare26
Meatless Cooking by Jean Pare27
Slow Cooker Recipes (Company's Coming) by Jean Pare30
Pizza (Original) by Jean Pare31
One-Dish Meals (Original) by Jean Pare32
Company's Coming: Stir-Fry by Jean Pare34
The Potato Book by Jean Pare36
Stews, Chilies & Chowders (Original) by Jean Pare41
Rush-Hour Recipes by Jean Pare47
Company's Coming: 30-Minute Weekday Meals (Companys Coming) (Companys Coming) by Jean Pare59
Kids' healthy cooking by Jean Paré64
Mostly Muffins by Jean Pare65
Soups by Jean Paré66

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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