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This unique cookbook offers a wide variety of recipes and tips from 17 successful entrepreneurial women who love creating in the kitchen as much as in their businesses. The recipes they've shared here range from non-alcoholic cocktails to healthy smoothies, from soups to meat pies, and from gluten-free scones to indulgent brownies, and rise out of cultures from around the globe, such as South Africa, Italy, Hawaii, Colombia, and more. Each contributor also shares what she's discovered to be her secret ingredient to success in her business, such as passion, humor, and travel to a new place. Come! Cook up something creatively delicious.
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ISBN: 9780977777525
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