Cooking to Your Heart's Content: A Low-Cholesterol Cookbook for the Ordinary Kitchen
by Taylor, Barbara
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Fayettville AR, University of Arkansas Press, 1990, spiral-bound hardcover, 121 pp, first edition, first printing by numberline, Near Fine condition, laminated boards with card stock pages. Straight, tight and clean with no markings, slight spine end bumps. Mrs. Taylor's personal research after her husband's diagnosis with very high cholesterol levels. Dedicated to " everyone whose cholesterol test showed a count above two hundred and (who) is trying to get it down; and the family cooks who are attempting to feed the family healthy, tasty, and appetizing meals."
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