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Patti Labelle's Cookbooks

I just bought one of Patti Labelle's cookbooks today and I was curious if anyone else had used the book or any of her books before.  To be honest I mainly bought it because she is one of my favorite singers and I was curious enough to get this book since it was on sale for $6.

 

So if anyone has used her cookbooks in the past I would really like to know what you thought of them.

 

This is the book I bought today.

 

 

Recipes for the Good Life 

 
"I am half sick of shadows" The Lady of Shalott

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