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Cooking With Strawberries 30 Days of Cool Recipes - 30 Days Cooking series #1 - cover

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Cooking With Strawberries 30 Days of Cool Recipes - 30 Days Cooking series #1

rodney cannon

Publisher: rodney cannon

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Summary

From sweet desserts to savory meals to mixed drinks there are many amazing uses for the delicious strawberry. With this book you will learn how to prepare everything from Strawberry shortcake to savory chicken dishes. to crepes, to the tropical drinks such as the Mojito and Margarita. 
Each recipe is super easy to follow and a joy to prepare. I look forward to the next thirty days sharing these wonderful treats with you. Let's cook with strawberries.

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