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K. Hanner wrote:Hey Meredith - Welcome! Looks like a great book and something a LOT more people will be interested in these days of empty shelves... Thanks for bringing it to everyone's attention.
Okay, need some help - Dave or whomever, you said that posts to this thread won't count as an entry to win the book and I didn't see any threads in the "Food Choices" forum main page to add to. Do you want us to start a new topic in Food Choices and post "Why this is THE perfect addition to my library, and why I would want it and why I would like to be added and possibly selected as one of the winners of the book...please, please, please?"
Please advise. Thanks - KBH
jordan barton wrote:Wow, what a suprise thank you! What do i have to do?