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TitlesOrder
Classics by Keda BlackOSaaT & CfA
Italian by Laura ZavanOSaaT & CfA
Asian by Jody VassalloOSaaT & CfA
Baking by Marianne Magnier-MorenoOSaaT & CfA
Chocolate Basics by Orathay Guillaumont
Middle Eastern Basics by Marianne Magnier-Moreno
Pasta Basics by Laura Zavan
Sauce Basics by Keda Black
Steaming Basics by Orathay Guillaumont
Vegetable Basics by Jody Vassallo
Cake Basics by Abi Fawcett
Indian Basics by Jody Vassallo
Preserving Basics by Jody Vassallo

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Series description

My Cooking Class is the US published translated version of Mon Cours de Cuisine, a series of cookbooks with clear pictures of the ingredients and different stage of the cooking process.

It is published in France by Marabout

One Step at a Time (Hamlyn, UK) and Cooking from Above (Hamlyn, distributed in US & Canada by Hachette Book Group) are series with 4 works (Classics, Asian, Italian, Baking) which were released before Firefly books started to publish the My Cooking Class series.

Kochen nach Bildern is the German translation, Kookschool is the Dutch translation.

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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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