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Judy Ann's Kitchen

Judy Ann Santos-Agoncillo

Publisher: Anvil Food, an Anvil Publishing, Inc. imprint

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There’s truly something special about preparing meals for the people who matter in your life. I see that good food can put smiles on their faces, and I consider it an accomplishment that I am able to make people happy with the food I cook.
 
So, really, this book is for my family, my friends, my supporters, and also everyone who have graciously allowed me to explore and work in their kitchens. This is also for moms, for people living alone, for those who are taking care of other people, and for adventurous and aspiring home cooks—basically everyone who loves food and enjoys preparing them for others like I do.
 
This cookbook is not only a collection of recipes and tips I gladly share with you, dear reader, but also, and most importantly, a part of who I am.

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