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Great Granny Webster (New York Review Books Classics)

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Language: English

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Rennet is often used to induce milk to coagulate, although some cheeses are curdled with acids like vinegar or lemon juice or with extracts of vegetable rennet. Silver Speaks is an exciting programme of events organised by Contemporary British Silversmiths, the leading association for design-based contemporary silver. Also note his pronunciation of Sharpies. Traditional British cuisine is substantial, yet simple and wholesome.

Pages: 128

Publisher: NYRB Classics; Reprint edition (June 30, 2002)

ISBN: 1590170075

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