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Event marks cookbook anniversary

The MIT Women's League will host a first-anniversary party for What's Cooking Under the Dome, a book of recipes from members of the MIT community, on Friday, Nov. 14 from 4:30-6pm in the Emma Rogers Room (10-340).

Guests at the celebration may sample some of the 250 recipes from the book, which has chapters with names including "Bits and Bytes" (appetizers) and "Nanosecond Meals" (quick dishes). It was a popular holiday gift item last year, and will be on sale at the party. It is also continuously available at the Women's League Office in Rm 10-342.

The cost is $15.95 per book, or $20 packaged and mailed, and quantity discounts are available. All profits support student scholarships. Inquiries and orders may be directed to Sis de Bordenave at x3-3656 (x3-5433 for fax), or <esdeb@mit.edu>.

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on November 12, 1997.

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