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RedHeadedGirl’s Historical Kitchen: This is Elyse’s Fault

So, like, a month ago, Elyse was going through some of her mother’s storage, and found a General Electric Microwave Guide and Cookbook from 1977, and began sending me pictures of the recipes. And I, being a masochist, send SEND IT TO ME and she did (after I’d forgotten about the whole thing, so it was a pleasant surprise to get bookmail from the 1970s). Even though she KNOWS that I will
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