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The Health and Happiness Cookbook - The Health and Happiness Society #6 - cover

The Health and Happiness Cookbook - The Health and Happiness Society #6

Katie Cross, Kimberley Copithorne

Publisher: THHS Publishing

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Summary

Have you ever contemplated how much you love food? Do you sometimes crave something light and healthy . . . with a little sweet on the side? 
Then the Health and Happiness Cookbook is just for you! 
The origins of the award-winning Chick Lit series, The Health and Happiness Society Series, has serious roots in food. The members of this happiness geared support group take delicious meals very seriously. From beef stew with whole wheat brioche buns, easy-to-make artisan bread, Mom's comfort food, and crazy milkshakes--donuts included--there's a little bit of everything inside. 
Join the ladies of the Health and Happiness Society in pursuing your life's passion, and it's indulgences, through scrumptious food that doesn't require a culinary degree. Falling in love with food--and yourself--has never been so delicious.

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