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The Fannie Farmer Cookbook
She tested each recipe on home equipment (in her own kitchen). This attention to detail is, sadly, not the norm for cookbooks. I thought the book was straighforward, but a former housemate was confused by some of the terminology. For instance, he didn't know a clove of garlic was not the entire head of garlic. For people with no prior knowledge, perhaps Learning to Cook with Marion Cunningham would be a better starting point.
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