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I Know How to Cook by Ginette Mathiot
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Feb 05, 2010

it was ok
bookshelves: borrowed
Read in February, 2010

How many of these brick-like cookbooks does a person really need? First there was Silver Spoon which was interesting for simple Italian recipes but which rarely gets opened in our house because it's daunting to look anything up only to find a 4 sentence recipe that honestly doesn't have much potential. This book is the same only for French cooking. Each recipe is given a paragraph at best which is fine but then its over 2000 pages long and do you know how many recipes that is?! It's completely overwhelming.

Makes a good doorstop though.
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