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If you are looking for the best in hand selected, best of the best recipes, let Compliments to the Chef be your source for incredibly delicious culinary creations. Each of our themed cookbooks will include delicious recipes that will soon become your, your family’s and friend’s favorites.

You will find 20 taste tempting Casserole recipes like Creamed Crab with Artichokes, Beef and Pita Casserole, Popover Pudding with Irish Bacon, Pecan Salmon Casserole, Lamb Moussaka with Currants, Chicken Wellington Casserole, and Corn and Tomato Gratin with Basil to name a few. Tempt your family and friends and become everyone’s favorite Master Chef of your kitchen with a little help from Compliments to the Chef!

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ISBN: 9781466019997
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