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DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES COOKBOOK by Christopher Styler, text by Scott S. Tobis

DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES COOKBOOK

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“I found this cookbook hugely entertaining, and I don’t even watch the show. (For me, Sunday nights are for Sopranos watching.) I have plenty of friends that do watch Desperate Housewives, though, and now I know what I’m getting them all for the holidays!

“Fans will love how each recipe reflects the different characters. From Bree, the perfectionist, there’s fussy but fabulous Basil Purée Soup. Well-meaning but clumsy Susan has mastered simple but homey stuff, like Sloppy Joes. Gabrielle makes a mean Black Bean Soup, and super-busy Lynette prefers quick-but-wholesome food, like Slow Cooker Pot Roast. Edie (the ‘virtue-deprived flirt’) goes for Oysters Poached in Champagne & Cream.

“A word on the recipes: They’re really the work of real-life chef Chris Styler, who is well-respected in the field and has produced such cooking shows as Julia and Jacques: Cooking at Home and Lidia’s Italian-American Kitchen. Wisteria Lane? Made up. The food? It’s the real deal!”

Color photos • 304 pages • 7 5/16" x 10"

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