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Wednesday, February 20, 2008

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julie

heee! i purchased that book for a quarter a few weeks ago at my favorite thrift!

Saundra Adams

My mother passed away two years ago, before I was told, my brother-in-law went in and cleaned out her cookbooks, tis cookbook is sthe very first one I ever cooked by. Any suggestions on howto find the book, it means alot to me personaly.

I have been looking for this book for two years now without any hope.

Thank you
Saundra

christina

I'm looking for a recipe my grandmother made. She called them chestnut pants. She used spry to make them.
I have all the ingredients but she didn't write down prep instructions. Does anyone know how to make them? She made them at Christmas and chances are it's an italian recipe.

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