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Gone with the Wind Cook Book: Famous Southern Cooking Recipes.

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Published by Pebeco Toothpaste ND, N.P.
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A Very Good plus copy of slender pamphlet with an illustrated cover of a scene from the movie. This movie tie-in cookbook features dozens of southern recipes inspired by the film including Louisiana Chicken Gumbo, Southern Fired Chicken, Tara Supper Deviled Crabs, Mammy's Shrimp Cakes, and Dixie Spoon Bread just to name a few. Catalog Elm. Bookseller Inventory # 24489

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Title: Gone with the Wind Cook Book: Famous ...

Publisher: Pebeco Toothpaste ND, N.P.

Edition: First Printing of the First Edition.

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