may be more chcoloate-chip cookie recipes than code
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We've focused on deep, well-tested recipe archives that
include photos and cooking instructions that won't leave
you wondering when to beat the eggs.
If you didn't follow Emeril Lagasse's maw-maw's slaw
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The 2,500 recipes here are some of the most coherent
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The Mayo Clinic of food-and worth the subscription cost.
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published in Cook's Illustrated magazine since 1993,
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More than 12,000 restaurant-quality recipes from the
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Always a perfect package: She begins with batter tips
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Formerly known as SOAR: The Searchable Online Archive
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