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Dish It Out - Feeding the Lasses - cover

Dish It Out - Feeding the Lasses

Kate Hart

Publisher: Conari Press

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Summary

Dish It Out is packed with simple yet sophisticated snacks and entes, it's the perfect companion for today's multi-tasking chicks.The sassy recipes will entice and entertain the ones you love on every occasion.Whip up some Fiesta Salsa and a Warm Goat Cheese Appetizer for a snackin' good movie night with the gals. Impress your man with Scandalous Shrimp Scampi. Or, if you crave something slightly more rebellious, treat yourself and guests to indulgent Cookie Dough Pancakes.
Available since: 07/15/2005.
Print length: 64 pages.

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