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If Your Were Stranded On a Desert Island....

on Jun 25, 2016
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If you were stranded on a desert island.....which cookbook would you bring?
Can you let me know because I need to add it to my cookbook chair. I just finished this easy project to transform a chair from simple to fun and functional and I'm lookin for some cookibook suggestions for my kitchen.
You could add it to a study for homeschooling or an office for notepaper! The possibilites are endless!
Time: 1 Hours Cost: $16.00 Difficulty: Easy
  • if your were stranded on a desert island, kitchen design, painted furniture
  • if your were stranded on a desert island, kitchen design, painted furniture
  • if your were stranded on a desert island, kitchen design, painted furniture
  • if your were stranded on a desert island, kitchen design, painted furniture

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  • Marcia
    Marcia Stockton, CA

    Julia One and Two. I can hear her voice as I read.

  • Kelly
    Kelly Blytheville, AR

    Definitely the Betty Crocker Cook Book. I got one when I got married 40 years ago and still use it all the time. I collect cookbooks, but this is still my go to book.

  • Kelly
    Kelly Blytheville, AR

    That would be a toss up for me. I love my Betty Crocker Cook Book. I got it for a wedding present 40 years ago and I use it regularly. However, several years ago I put together a cookbook for our family reunion. Everyone in our family sent in their

  • Kay
    Kay Cochran, GA

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  • Debbie
    Debbie Las Vegas, NV

    I would add my grandma's much loved cookbook that has been around since the 1950's. I wouldn't go for the most sold or most popular, I'd go with something from a relative. It would make the chair so much more meaningful.

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