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Top 30 Best, Healthy And Recommended Australian Appetizer Recipes Kindle Edition
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Australian preparation of meals like Coconut Prawks,
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Now we have an Italian publisher who publishes only the greatest chefs but they have the same pictures and recipes off food.com so how great can they be if they still have to steal recipes and pictures (the same ones yet) off food.com? Does it make you wonder? It does me.
But it's STILL Pakistani Muhammad N Sikandar, the Grand Pooh-bah of Pilfering or Grand Pooh-bah of Plagiarizing (both titles are well deserved even if apologies are due Gilbert and Sullivan) because he wrote this book with the various "fake author" titles and fake publisher info a LONG time ago and recycles these stolen recipes and pictures ever so often under new names and dates hoping new buyers will "bite" and waste their time and money!
The new "fake author" of the new "fake publisher" is "Nikki A. Johnson" and we're back to the old format again. Just no originality in these thieves which is why they have to steal for a living selling information you can get on food.com for free with bigger pictures and better directions. And there are 126 such recipes for free on that Internet site where these originated.