Jewish cooking for dummies

Cover of: Jewish cooking for dummies | Faye Levy

Published by IDG Books Worldwide, Inc. in Indianapolis, IN .

Written in English

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  • Jewish cookery

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Statementby Faye Levy.
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LC ClassificationsTX724 .L42 2000
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Pagination332 p. :
Number of Pages332
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Open LibraryOL17908008M
ISBN 100764563041
LC Control Number00111275

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