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Ultimate Casseroles is a collection of over 500 casserole recipes. Everyone loves casseroles, and here you'll find plenty to satisfy everyone's taste - Beef, Lamb, Chicken, Turkey, Pork, Sausage, Seafood, Vegetable, and Fruit casseroles - all categorized with an easy-to-use, clickable table of contents.

This cookbook is an excellent addition to your eReader library or to have on your computer.

Published: Robert Wilson on
ISBN: 9781458117397
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