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Maria Guarnaschelli (April 18, 1941 – February 6, 2021) was an American cookbook editor and publisher. In a career spanning five decades she worked with and groomed popular food authors including Rick Bayless, , Fuchsia Dunlop, J. Kenji López-Alt, and Judy Rodgers. Some of the notable cookbooks published by her included Classical Indian Cooking, All New All Purpose Joy of Cooking, The Food Lab, The Zuni Cafe Cookbook, and The Cake Bible. Her works were noted to have contributed to a change in how cookbooks were produced, and also credited with introducing American households and chefs to international cuisines beyond just European cuisines.

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  • Maria Guarnaschelli (April 18, 1941 – February 6, 2021) was an American cookbook editor and publisher. In a career spanning five decades she worked with and groomed popular food authors including Rick Bayless, , Fuchsia Dunlop, J. Kenji López-Alt, and Judy Rodgers. Some of the notable cookbooks published by her included Classical Indian Cooking, All New All Purpose Joy of Cooking, The Food Lab, The Zuni Cafe Cookbook, and The Cake Bible. Her works were noted to have contributed to a change in how cookbooks were produced, and also credited with introducing American households and chefs to international cuisines beyond just European cuisines.
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  • Maria Guarnaschelli (April 18, 1941 – February 6, 2021) was an American cookbook editor and publisher. In a career spanning five decades she worked with and groomed popular food authors including Rick Bayless, , Fuchsia Dunlop, J. Kenji López-Alt, and Judy Rodgers. Some of the notable cookbooks published by her included Classical Indian Cooking, All New All Purpose Joy of Cooking, The Food Lab, The Zuni Cafe Cookbook, and The Cake Bible. Her works were noted to have contributed to a change in how cookbooks were produced, and also credited with introducing American households and chefs to international cuisines beyond just European cuisines.
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