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Review Harry N. Abrams, 2006 (2006) Hardcover
A series of web comic strips posted by the artist - and based on his own family's experience - to help others cope with cancer. (LE)

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Review Taunton Press, 2004 (2004) Hardcover
A new take on old favorites in a cookbook full of recipes for good food made with fresh ingredients and a flair for sumptuous results. (MS)

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ReviewExcerpt Taunton Press, 2011 (2011) Softcover
Not only is this book crammed with multiple suggestions on how to prepare your favorite garden produce but it also offers hints on how to select the freshest veggies and fruit plus what you should be looking for during each season. (BW)

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ReviewExcerpt Taunton Press, 2012 (2012) Softcover
Although it may not be possible to bring some of the best Italian chefs in the country to your kitchen, you can do the next best thing by preparing some of their signature dishes for your friends and family. (BW)

* * * Fine Cooking Magazine How to Squeeze a Lemon: 1,023 Kitchen Tips, Food Fixes, and Handy Techniques US Orders
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Review Taunton Press, 2010 (2010) Hardcover
Contents range from equipment (pans to appliances and utensils), produce (fruit and veggies), meat, fish and poultry, and things you'd find in the pantry (dairy to dry goods), to techniques for baking and grilling, wine and beer, and how to deal with culinary 'situations that go wrong'. (BW)