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Win a cookbook written for busy families

7:27 AM, Dec. 5, 2012
'I'm just a real mom in the trenches; all these recipes are something anyone can do,' says Hanten of her latest cookbook.
'I'm just a real mom in the trenches; all these recipes are something anyone can do,' says Hanten of her latest cookbook.
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"What's for dinner?"

It can be a defeating question after a long day of work followed by kids' activities at opposite ends of the county but it's a question that needs an answer.

Amy Hanten's second cookbook, "The Cooking Mom Cooks Up Memories" may be the answer. She says like her first cookbook, this one is filled with real people recipes. ...

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