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"A look at the difficulties of sustaining childhood bonds, it's also a satisfying meditation on how nourishment for the body can replenish the soul." ...Show synopsis"A look at the difficulties of sustaining childhood bonds, it's also a satisfying meditation on how nourishment for the body can replenish the soul."--People A novel that combines the moving story of a friendship told in letters with more than 80 delicious recipes, The Recipe Club by Andrea Israel (Taking Tea) and Nancy Garfinkel (The Wine Lover's Guide to Wine Country) is a wonderful literary banquet. A celebration of female bonding and excellent cooking--with scrumptious dishes developed by New York Times food columnist Melissa Clark--The Recipe Club will satisfy readers who previously devoured The Friday Night Knitting Club, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society, and The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants.Hide synopsis
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