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Grandma's Here to Help is an unusual cookbook, in that it is a collection of recipes from mothers, grandmothers and great-grandmothers. Recipes that have been past from mother to daughter, so that would make some of the recipes over 100 years old.

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ISBN: 9781465978929
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