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"Cooking the books - Dealing in a medium many proclaim to be dead is an increasingly niche responsibility, with interest-driven niches of its own. It's the perfect fit for Jill Ross, energetic proprietor of The Cook Book Stall in Reading Terminal Market..."  by Drew Lazor, Philadelphia Daily News , Posted to Philly.com: Thursday, November 14, 2013, 3:01 AM

"Cooking the books - Dealing in a medium many proclaim to be dead is an increasingly niche responsibility, with interest-driven niches of its own. It's the perfect fit for Jill Ross, energetic proprietor of The Cook Book Stall in Reading Terminal Market..." by Drew Lazor, Philadelphia Daily News , Posted to Philly.com: Thursday, November 14, 2013, 3:01 AM

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Canon Canonet QL17 GIII London 333Bracket Camera Rangefinder Film Analogue 35mm Kodak Expired Film's not dead Cameras SLR gear stall market street Brick lane prints books photography Grain

"you didn't love her. you just didn't want to be alone or maybe, maybe she was good for your ego or, maybe she made you feel better about your miserable life but you didn't love her because you don't destroy the person that you love." --truth.

"you didn't love her. you just didn't want to be alone or maybe, maybe she was good for your ego or, maybe she made you feel better about your miserable life but you didn't love her because you don't destroy the person that you love." --truth.

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Learn all about the climate, history, religion, and culture of Mexico and how they have influenced the national cuisine. Read this book and discover: chapulines, or crunchy fried grasshoppers -a popular dish of Oaxaca The famous nuns of Pueblo who, according to legend, invented mole poblano, Mexico's national dish The Day of the Dead, when street stalls sell iced sugar skulls and orange-scented pan de muertos - bread of the dead

Learn all about the climate, history, religion, and culture of Mexico and how they have influenced the national cuisine. Read this book and discover: chapulines, or crunchy fried grasshoppers -a popular dish of Oaxaca The famous nuns of Pueblo who, according to legend, invented mole poblano, Mexico's national dish The Day of the Dead, when street stalls sell iced sugar skulls and orange-scented pan de muertos - bread of the dead

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