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Home Cooking for cooks who care by Judi Merkel
Women's Circle Home Cooking by Judi Merkel
Women's Circle HOME COOKING: Cooking Delight by Judi K (editor) Merkel
Women's Circle Home Cooking -For the Proud Cook - Over 600 Recipes! by Unknown
Women's circle Home Cooking For Cooks on the Go (Over 600 recipes!) by Women's Circle
Women's Circle Home Cooking. Cooking with taste by Women's Circle Home Cooking
Women's Circle Home Cooking: August 1977 by Barbara Hall Pedersen
Women's Circle Home Cooking: Cook with the Best by Judi Merkel
Women's Circle Light & Easy Recipes by Women's Circle
Women's Circle Home Cooking, January, 19771977.01
Women's Circle Home Cooking, February 19771977.02
Women's Circle Home Cooking November 1977 by Barbara Hall (editor) Pederson1977.11
Women's Circle Home Cooking February, 19781978.02
Women's Circle Home Cooking March, 19781978.03
Women's Circle Home Cooking Christmas Special 19781978 special
Women's Circle Home Cooking April, 19791979.04
Women's Circle Home Cooking august 19791979.08
Women's Circle Home Cooking October 19791979.10
Women's Circle Home Cooking November 19791979.11
Women's Circle home Cooking March, 1981 by Barbara Hall (editor) Pederson1981.03
Women's Circle Home Cooking August 19811981.08
Women's Circle Home Cooking NOvember 19821982.11
Women's Circle Home Cooking May 19841984.05
Women's Circle Home Cooking December 19841984.12
Women's Circle Home Cooking February 19851985.02
Women's Circle Home Cooking, April 1985 by Barbara Hall (editor) Pederson1985.04
Women's Circle Home Cooking January 1988 by Susan Hankins Andrews1988.01
Women's Circle Home Cooking June 19881988.06
Women's Circle Home Cooking June 19911991.06

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