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The Bride & Groom First and Forever Cookbook

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Best-selling authors Sara Corpening Whiteford and Mary Corpening Barber start the bride and groom off right with essential information on the equipment and advice theyll need to begin cooking in their new home. With a menu-planning feature and 125 recipes that range from comfort food to fine-china feasts, this instructive compendium ensures the new couple will be happy eating and entertaining together. 272 pages 10H, 8.5W Hardback cover Chronicle Books
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