Cooking in Style the Costco Way
by Kathy Casey, Tim Talevich
Publisher: Costco Wholesale 2006
Number of pages: 236
As in past years, we have published a book of our favorite recipes using food items found in Costco. We're delighted to offer this gift to you as a thank-you for your business and your loyal membership. This book has been made possible through the support of Costco's many food suppliers. We've asked our suppliers to develop recipes to showcase their products, focusing on a stylishly simple approach that will help you to entertain your family and friends without spending all your time in the kitchen.
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