A Taste of Astrology: A Cookbook

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A Taste of Astrology: A Cookbook
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Published October 22nd 1988 by Knopf

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Wow. I 'd completely forgotten about his nove.

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My expectations for a cookery book that I woul use is based on the percentage of recipes that use ingredients I enjoy.

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This cover includes the tag line “ Let the stars tell you how you cook and why you eat what you do. ” Ugh.On the up side, hough, this conceit demands a wide range of recipes, and it does deliver that.

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