The Jill St. John cookbook

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Random House, Oct 12, 1987 - Cooking - 259 pages
Actress Jill St. John offers a lavishly illustrated collection of easy-to-prepare, good-for-you recipes for the simple, stylish favorites that have earned her second stardom as a cooking expert on television and in print. 85 color photographs.

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User Review  - mcraig - LibraryThing

Great recipes. Jill St. John has a wonderfully creative way with foods. I have used her recipe for steamed fish on page 64 for years. there is a great photo of each recipe. Read full review

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Celebrity St. John says that "Salads are terribly important, nutritionally speaking,'' and most of her writing is equally slangy. The recipes are mainstream, with bows toward the trendy: flower salad ... Read full review

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