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- Sheila Lukins co-author with Julee Rosso of "The Silver Palate Cookbook," "The Silver Palate Cookbook," and "The New Basics Cookbook." The long-standing food editor of "Parade" magazine, she is also the author of "All Around the World Cookbook," "USA Celebrate," and "Celebrate!"
- Julee Rosso co-author with Shelia Lukins of "The Silver Palate Cookbook," "The Silver Palate Good Times Cookbook," and "The New Basics Cookbook."She also wrote "Great Good Food" and "Fresh Start."
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