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Melissa Dallas

Mine would have to be the ones I actually use or sentimental ones.

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Posted to Thread #22616 at 10:38 pm on Aug 9, 2012

I have all the fancy ones & do read & use them from time to time but my workhorse/sentimental ones are:

My 1975 2-volume version of The Doubleday Cookbook - it has good versions of just about everything including foreign recipes. My workhorse go-to cookbook. It is becoming terribly tattered.

La Cucina de La Frontera - tough picking this one over Bayless or Diana Kennedy, but it is regional and I use it more.

Pepin's Fast Food My Way

An old Dallas Soroptimist Club cookbook my boss gave me many years ago.

The old 1950's Betty Crocker for sentimental value & for some old childhood favorites I can't duplicate anywhere else.

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