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March–May 2017 Baking/Dessert Cookbook of the Month: CLASSIC HOME DESSERTS

Caitlin McGrath | Feb 28, 201708:16 PM     93

Our Baking/Dessert COTM for March, April, and May 2017 is CLASSIC HOME DESSERTS: A TREASURY OF HEIRLOOM AND CONTEMPORARY RECIPES, by Richard Sax.

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Here's to a sweet spring and beyond!

P.S. Did you ever notice that the opposite of Stressed = Desserts?

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