I used the cookbook more than the original book. If I was going to buy one only, I'd choose the cookbook. It included enough background info and suggestions, and some good info to keep in mind like salt limits etc. The recipes were helpful for me, but I'm not a creative cook. Good cooks might find them a bit basic.
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