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Gourmet on a Hot Plate

Judy Alter

Publisher: Alter Ego Press

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Gourmet on a Hot Plate combines the author's lifetine love of cooking, her mom's advice and tips on feeding everyone from four to forty, and her own experience cooking in a tiny kitchen. You canuse these tips and recipes in a tiny kitchen or one as big as all outdoors. This is Alter's third cookbook.

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