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Series: Cotta's Kulinarischer Almanach

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Cotta's Kulinarischer Almanach, Auf das Jahr 1994 by Vincent Klink1994 – Nr. 1
Cotta's Kulinarischer Almanach, 1995/96 by Vincent Klink1995-1996 – Nr. 2
Cotta's Kulinarischer Almanach, 1996/97 by Vincent Klink1996-1997 – Nr. 3
Cotta's Kulinarischer Almanach, 1998/99 by Vincent Klink1998-1999 – Nr. 5
Cotta's Kulinarischer Almanach, 1999/2000 by Vincent Klink1999-2000 – Nr. 6
Cotta's Kulinarischer Almanach, 2000/2001 by Vincent Klink2000-2001 – Nr. 7
Cotta's Kulinarischer Almanach, 2001/2002 by Vincent Klink2001-2002 – Nr. 8
Cotta's Kulinarischer Almanach, No.9 by Vincent Klink2001 – Nr. 9
Cotta's kulinarischer Almanach No. 10 by Erwin Seitz2002 – Nr. 10
Cotta's kulinarischer Almanach No. 11 by Erwin Seitz2003/2004 – Nr. 11
Cotta's kulinarischer Almanach No. 12 by Erwin Seitz2004 – Nr. 12
Cotta's Kulinarischer Almanach No 13: Deutschland by Erwin Seitz2005 – Nr. 13
Cotta's Kulinarischer Almanach No. 14: Alltag und Feste by Erwin Seitz2006 – Nr. 14
Cotta's Kulinarischer Almanach No. 15 by Erwin Seitz2007 – Nr. 15
Cotta's kulinarischer Almanach No. 16: Bodenständiger Süden by Erwin Seitz2008 - Nr. 16

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