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O, the Oprah magazine cookbook

Publisher: New York : Hyperion, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Who wouldn't love to put fantastic foods on the table--extraordinary pleasures for everyday eating; simply delicious treats that can be prepared in record time; comfort food that brings family and friends together; luxurious meals that cost barely more than fast food; divine dishes perfect for guests or just for quiet nights at home? Now you can have all that and more, any time you choose, with this first-ever  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 9781401322601 1401322603
OCLC Number: 226968673
Description: 304 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Appetizers & salads : Colin Cowie, a very big table --
Cocktails & beverages : Susan Spungen, a lady who lunches --
Soups & sandwiches : Marcus Samuelsson essay --
Meats : Michel Nischan essay --
Poultry : Art Smith, a heart as big as the whole outdoors --
Fish & Seafood : Govind Armstrong, making connections --
Vegetable side dishes : Nina Simonds, the story of a fast eater --
Potatoes, pasta & grains : Elizabeth Gilbert essay and sample menu --
Sauces, dressings, and dips : Rori Trovato, common sense tempered by enthusiasm --
Breads, muffins & biscuits : Maya Angelou essay --
Cakes, pies & tarts : Rozanne Gold, entertaining with grace --
Desserts : Gayle King essay.
Other Titles: O.
Responsibility: by the editors of O Magazine.

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Who wouldn't love to put fantastic foods on the table--extraordinary pleasures for everyday eating; simply delicious treats that can be prepared in record time; comfort food that brings family and friends together; luxurious meals that cost barely more than fast food; divine dishes perfect for guests or just for quiet nights at home? Now you can have all that and more, any time you choose, with this first-ever collection of 175 beloved recipes from O, The Oprah Magazine.--From publisher description.

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