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#421 joethefoodie


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Posted 16 January 2020 - 09:08 PM

Yesterday at The Strand, and at least for now, in my possession...




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#422 StephanieL


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Posted 17 January 2020 - 01:47 AM

My best friend gave me Jubilee for Chanukah (because she owns a copy).  The stories are amazing, and I know want to find a copy of The Jemima Code.

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Posted 17 January 2020 - 04:41 PM

Recently purchased "The SAS World-Wide Restaurant Cookbook." Published in 1960 when the Scandinavian Airlines Systems was considered one of the world's great carriers, this book re-prints famous recipes from the world's finest restaurants during that time period.


Thirty-five plus countries and 60 plus cities are represented - the entire flight plan of SAS at the time. It was purchased for $4 at the online thrift shop and it is one of the top cookbooks ever written and published IMO - will be cooking from this for years.


Urge everyone to pick up a copy - not just for the recipes but for the intriguing narrative and reviews as well.


just purchased for 11 dollars with shipping included... 

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