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Series: Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking

Works (17)

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Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking 01 A to Z's - Beverages by Family Circle1
Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking 02 Bir - Bre by Family Circle2
Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking 03 Bur - Buy by Family Circle3
Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking 04 Cake Baker's Art - Canny Ways with Canned Foods by Family Circle4
Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking 05 Children's Hour - Cookie Jar Jewels by Family Circle5
Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking 06 Coo - Cou by Family Circle6
Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking 07 Des - Eas by Family Circle7
Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking 08 Eggs - Frozen by Family Circle Editors8
Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking 09 Fruits - Holiday Feasts by Family Circle9
Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking 10 Hotdog - Land of Plenty by Family Circle10
Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking 11 Lunch - Nuts by Family Circle11
Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking 12 Pas - Pie by Family Circle12
Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking 13 Potluck Luxury - Salad Days by Family Circle13
Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking 14 by Editors Family Circle14
Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking 15 Sod - Ste by Family Circle15
Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking 16 Ste - Veg by George Nordhausen16
Family Circle Illustrated Library of Cooking Sets by Family Circle EditorsSets

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Recommendations

  1. Family Circle Library of Creative Cooking: Fast Meals by Malcolm E. Robinson
  2. Better Homes and Gardens Creative Cooking Library: Best Buffets by Better Homes and Gardens (1963)
  3. Grand Diplôme Cooking Course Set by Anne Willan (1972)
  4. Better Homes and Gardens Make-Ahead Cook Book by Better Homes and Gardens (1971)
  5. Better Homes and Gardens Fondue and Tabletop Cooking by Nancy Morton (1970)
  6. Cutco Cookbook by Margaret Mitchell
  7. Better Homes and Gardens All-Time Favorite Casserole Recipes by Better Homes and Gardens (1977)
  8. Cooking with Soup by Campbell Soup Company
  9. Betty Crocker's Cookbook by Betty Crocker (1976)
  10. Betty Crocker's Dinner in a Dish Cook Book by Betty Crocker (2000)
  11. The Woman's Day Crepe Cookbook by Sylvia Schur (1976)
  12. Encyclopedia of Cookery Volume 02 by Eileen Tighe
  13. Better Homes and Gardens Eat & Stay Slim by Better Homes and Gardens Editors (1968)
  14. Thai Cooking: Family Circle Step-by-Step by Karen Hammial (1996)
  15. The Thousand Recipe Chinese Cookbook by Gloria Bley Miller (1970)

Series description

This is the series for the Illustrated Libary of Cooking by Family Circle (NOT Time-Life Books).

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