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January 2019 COTM UNFORGETTABLE: The Hell Out of Flatbush through Madame Couscous

islandmermaid | Jan 1, 201905:19 PM     20

Welcome to Cookbook of the Month!

Please use this thread to post reports on recipes from the following chapters of UNFORGETTABLE:

THE HELL OUT OF FLATBUSH (p. 9-27)
LIFE AS A BEATNIK (p. 29-46)
PARTY BOXES (p. 59-75)
MADAME COUSCOUS (p. 77-110)

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