Series: The Best of Food and Wine

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The Best of Food and Wine 1984 Collection1984
The Best of Food and Wine 1985 Collection by Food & Wine1985
The Best of Food and Wine 1986 Collection by Food and Wine1986
The Best of Food and Wine 1987 Collection by Food & Wine1987
The Best of Food and Wine 1988 Collection by Food & Wine ed1988
The Best of Food and Wine 1989 Collection by Ila Stanger1989
The Best of Food and Wine 1990 Collection by Kate Slate1990
The Best of Food and Wine 1991 Collection by American Express Publishing1991
The Best of Food and Wine, Volume 9 by Kate Slate1992
The Best of Food and Wine 1993 Collection by Kate Slate1993
The Best of Food and Wine 1994 Collection by Kate Slate1994
The Best of Food and Wine 1995 Collection by Food & Wine Magazine1995
The Best of Food and Wine 1996 Collection by American Express1996

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