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Beard on Bread Beard on Pasta - 2 Books in Slipcase

by James Beard

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I never meant to read this, I was just looking for ideas for dinner. In the end, thouigh, I read pretty much the whole thing. Some of the recipes seemed likely, many would require far more time and attention than I'm willing to devote to cooking. I'm quite certain, for instance, that I'll never make my own pasta from scratch, but Spinach-Anchovy Sauce or Pasta Primavera are easily within my means. Beard writes in a friendly, down to earth way that makes the reading enjoyable. ( )
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