Series: Knopf Cooks American Series

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Barbecued Ribs, Smoked Butts, And Other Great Feed (Knopf Cooks American Series) by Jeanne Voltz
Biscuits, Spoonbread, and Sweet Potato Pie by Bill Neal
The Brooklyn Cookbook (Knopf Cooks American Series) by Lyn Stallworth
Dungeness Crabs and Blackberry Cobblers: The North by Janie Hibler
The Florida Cookbook: From Gulf Coast Gumbo to Key Lime Pie--KCA Pbk (Knopf Cooks American Series) by Jeanne Voltz
The Great American Meat Book (Knopf Cooks American Series) by Merle Ellis
Hot Links And Country Flavors: Sausages in American Regional Cooking by Bruce Aidells
Jewish Cooking in America: Expanded Edition (Knopf Cooks American) by Joan Nathan
Latin American Cooking Across the U.S.A. by Himilce Novas
Pleasures of the Good Earth by Edward Giobbi
Preserving Today (Knopf Cooks American Series) by Jeanne Lesem
Real Beer And Good Eats: The Rebirth of America's Beer and Food Traditions (Knopf Cooks American Series) by Bruce Aidells
Savoring the Seasons of the Northern Heartland (Knopf Cooks American Series) by Beth Dooley
We Called It Macaroni: An American Heritage of Southern Italian Cooking--KCA Pbk (Knopf Cooks American Series) by Nancy Verde Barr
West coast cook book by Helen Evans Brown

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