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The Frugal gourmet celebrates Christmas (edition 1991)

by Jeff Smith

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"The history of the season's traditions, with recipes for the feast"--Jacket subtitle.
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Title:The Frugal gourmet celebrates Christmas
Authors:Jeff Smith
Info:New York : W. Morrow, c1991.
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The Frugal Gourmet Celebrates Christmas by Jeff Smith

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In his latest book, Jeff Smith provides dishes and tradition for every aspect of the holiday season. To celebrate the feast itself, he offers his family recipe for roast goose, then a pot roast and latkes for Hannukah, a roast lamb the shepherds might have eaten, mince pie, gingerbread men, mulled wine, and more. He also devotes a section to the traditions, from mistletoe to stockings to carols. Color photos throughout.
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