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The Best American Recipes 2001-2002

by Fran McCullough

Series: The Best American Recipes (2001-2002), Best American (2001-2002)

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The Best American Recipes has rapidly gained respect as the most discriminating, inspiring, and genuinely useful collection available -- truly the year’s best. This volume ranges further afield than ever, and with glorious results. Series editor Fran McCullough turns to a health insurance newsletter for a versatile side dish, to a women’s magazine for a family supper, to a travel Web site for a spectacular brunch, and to all the leading cookbooks and magazines.… (more)
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The Best American Recipes has rapidly gained respect as the most discriminating, inspiring, and genuinely useful collection available -- truly the year’s best. This volume ranges further afield than ever, and with glorious results. Series editor Fran McCullough turns to a health insurance newsletter for a versatile side dish, to a women’s magazine for a family supper, to a travel Web site for a spectacular brunch, and to all the leading cookbooks and magazines.

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