Our Family Recipes
- 6 ¼ X 8 ¼ inches
- Hardcover binding: 144 pages
This irresistible recipe journal is a wonderful inclusion in your gastronomic journey. It is well organized for accessing a range of recipes, includes helpful equivalents, suggestions for substitutions and kitchen tips, and an informative glossary of kitchen terms. With an inside back cover pocket for extra notes, and a sturdy binding, it is bound to become a treasured family cookbook full of delicious and nostalgic memories.
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