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A collection of one pot stew recipes from around the world. Some feed up to 20 people and can be prepared in less than an hour!

This is the perfect book for people who love to entertain but who hate slaving over their cookers day and night.

Also, this new edition has both US and European weights and measures including the F and C temperatures and cups!

Enjoy!

The Fantastic Team

Published: Fantastic Books Publishing on
ISBN: 9781909163034
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