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Gourmet on a Hot Plate

Judy Alter

Publisher: Alter Ego Press

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This cookbook grew out of Alter's lifelong love of cooking, the tips and recipes of her mother, and her own experience in a tiny kitchen with no stove. You won't find the Thanksgiving feast here, but you will find recipes from appetizers to skillet suppers, with hints on how to stock the pantry. You can use these if your kitchen is tiny or as big as all outdoors.

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