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The best of classic cooking
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The original was published in as The Boston Cooking-School Cook Book and was the first in the country to use standardized measurements, a breakthrough that changed how all recipes are written.
Marion Cunningham’s revision for the modern era, however, is the version that most people cherish and continue to use regularly.
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The 75th-anniversary edition is great because it includes some of the classic recipes from previous versions as well as updated recipes for the modern cook. With over 4, recipes total, this is a great starter book, and it’s also ideal for someone who doesn’t have the shelf space for a.
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