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not the only baker

by ysoldateague September 20, 2006

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I just ate this with my coffee, raspberry and almond tart baked by my mum. I should pester her for the recipe, shouldn’t I?

I’m so happy other people love these vintage books as well. Apparently there is a whole series of them I’m still planning to do my own pictorial guides today, but I should do some more reading first.

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