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Modern French Pastry - Cheryl Wakerhauser


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I searched but unless I missed it, I didn’t find a mention of Modern French Pastry, looks interesting.  

 

Anyone?  I have more books than I could read and cook through several lifetimes.  Still.....always room somewhere for another.  I know we’re all similarly afflicted...😍

-Paul

 

Remplis ton verre vuide; Vuide ton verre plein. Je ne puis suffrir dans ta main...un verre ni vuide ni plein. ~ Rabelais

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42 minutes ago, paul o' vendange said:

Inevitably I’ll get it because my cookbook acquisition illness is terminal.😏

I suffered from the same affliction.

Which is why I stopped buying "real" dead tree cookbooks, and switched to Kindle e-cookbooks. Takes up less physical space in my apartment and still looks great on my Fire 10 Tablet.:)

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1 hour ago, Toliver said:

I suffered from the same affliction.

Which is why I stopped buying "real" dead tree cookbooks, and switched to Kindle e-cookbooks. Takes up less physical space in my apartment and still looks great on my Fire 10 Tablet.:)

 

I commend you!  I am guilty of being both a technological Luddite, and someone who needs to feel the weight and feel of a book.  

 

So I can destroy it with notes and relentless ladle drips and oil slicks.

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Remplis ton verre vuide; Vuide ton verre plein. Je ne puis suffrir dans ta main...un verre ni vuide ni plein. ~ Rabelais

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