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Spotted in Jessica's Biscuit Cookbook catalogue ( There are many more than these in stock--just from their latest catalogue. JB can track down most cookbooks (they've done it for me), their service is well above average, prices excellent, choice tremendous. Good search engine at site.

Seed Sowing and Saving, 15.95

Food Lover's Guide to Canning, 15.16 (boiling and pressure); Preserving for All Seasons, 19.96; Preserving in Today's Kitchen, 12.95; Preserving the Taste, 12.00.

Healing with Herbs, 12.96; Herbal Remedy Gardens, 13.56; Healing Secrets of the Seasons, 21.60; Healing with Whole Foods, 14.98.

Heirloom Vegetable Gardening, 36.00 (hard), 20.00 (paper)

Guide to Wild Plants and Useful Foods, 11.96 Cold Soups, 19.95 (hard), 10.95 (paper)

Best Recipes From the Backs of Bottles, Cans, and Jars, 17.50

Secrets of Fat-free Baking, 13.95; Secrets of Fat-free Cooking, 13.95.

From Pantry to Table, 5.98 (packaged, canned, bottled food)

One-Pot Sunday Suppers, 17.50

Grains, 16.96; Grains, Rice and Beans, 14.98; Risotto, 25.00;

Beans, 15.00; Instant Bean, 14.95.

Tortillas, 15.00

Man Eating Bugs (Hey, you never know!), 15.96

Quick After-Work Curries, 12.95; Quick After-Work Italian, 12.95; Quick Breads, Soups & Stews, 16.95.

Home-Made in the Kitchen, 14.95

And you might think seriously about getting one of JB's diabetic cookbooks. That high-living will need to be paid for! Fifty is about prime age for developing Type II diabetes. (Hint: a diabetic diet can be just as exotic as a regular diet and it's much healthier. Still miss the wine and Scotch, though--did get over the chocolate, Gilda!)

-- Old Git (, May 21, 1999


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-- Maria (, May 21, 1999.

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