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The Balti Cookbook: Fast, Simple and Delicious Stir-fry Curries (Creative Cooking Library) by Shehzad Husain
Beautiful Baking: Enticing Home Bakes from Breads to Gateaux (Creative Cooking Library) by Carole Clements
Cajun and Creole Cookbook (Creative Cooking Library) by Ruby Le Bois
Classic Main Courses: Over 75 Recipes for Marvelous Main Meals (Creative Cooking Library) by Linda Fraser
Classic Pasta Sauces: Recipes for the Quickest, Tastiest Pasta Sauces (Creative Cooking Library) by Elizabeth Martin
Classic Salads: Over 70 Sensational Recipes for Classic and Contemporary Salads (Creative Cooking Library) by Christine Ingram
Creative cooking library: Traditional puddings and pies: Over 75 recipes for delicious desserts by Linda Fraser
The Essential Vegetarian Cookbook: Over 75 Savory Recipes for Meatless Meals (Creative Cooking Library) by Linda Fraser
Fabulous Cakes: Over 40 Glorious Classic, Special Occasion and Novelty Cakes Made Simple by Sarah Maxwell
Finger Food Party Snacks (Creative Cooking Library) by Linda Fraser
High Vitality Cooking (Eating for Health) by Maggie Pannell
The Jewish Cookbook: 70 Recipes Celebrating an Historic Cuisine (Creative Cooking Library) by Judy Jackson
THE LOW-FAT INDIAN COOKBOOK: DELICIOUS AND AUTHENTIC INDIAN RECIPES FOR HEALTHY LIVING (CREATIVE COO by Shehzad Husain
Muffins & Quick Breads: Over 75 Recipes for Quick and Easy Bakes (Creative Cooking Library) by Linda Fraser
The New Fish and Seafood Cookbook: Over 75 Exciting Classic and Contemporary Recipes (Creative Cooking Library) by Linda Fraser
The New Indian Curry Cookbook: Stove-Top Cooking the Balti Style Photographed Step-by-Step (Creative Cooking Library) by Shehzad Husain
Noodles: Over 70 Enticing, Aromatic Dishes - New Influences from the East (Creative Cooking Library Series) by Kit Chan
The Rice Cookbook by Roz Denny
Soups & Starters: Over 75 Recipes for Fabulous First Courses (Creative Cooking Library) by Linda Fraser
Tapas: Over 70 Authentic Spanish Snacks and Appetizers (Creative Cooking Library) by Silvana Franco
TASTE FROM A GREEK KITCHEN: 50 IRRESISTABLE RECIPES FROM THE SUN-SOAKED EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN (CREATIVE COOKING LIBRARY) by Joanna Farrow
Taste of Africa: 70 Easy-To-Cook Recipes from an Undiscovered Cuisine (Creative Cooking Library) by Rosamund Grant
Taste of Asia/Authentic Recipes from Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Japan (Creative Cooking by Steven Wheeler
Taste of Mexico by Elisabeth Lambert Ortiz
Taste of Morocco by Rebekah Hassan
Taste of Thailand: 70 Simple-To-Cook Recipes (Creative Cooking Library) by Kit Chan
Taste of the Caribbean by Rosamund Grant

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