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Subject: Re: Cookbooks Date: 2/12/2001 4:12 PM
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I love www.epicurious.com for new recipes. You can even start a recipe file for ones you like on line, whcih doesn't take up space in your home. They also have it organized well and have a search feature that led me to a great salad recipe once when I had way too many pears...

The site features recipes from gourmet and bon appetit magazines, and also shows reader comments which have been invaluable to deciding both what to make and how to alter it. I recommend this if you are a cookbook hoarder who is trying to reform....
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