Cookbook Favorites 2015 – and my annual giveaway! December 16, 2015

Favorite Cookbooks Giveaway 2015 | running with tweezers

Every December since 2011 here on RWT, I highlight my favorite cookbooks and then give some away to a lucky reader. It’s one of my most favorite things I do all year, as far as cooking and the blog are concerned. No matter how busy I am, I ALWAYS look forward to this post. I have the most wonderful readers here on RWT and the most lovely and inspiring folks that follow me on Instagram…and this is just a very small way I can say THANKS!

The books I chose this year are, as in previous years, pretty varied. There are some big names and big books…and some smaller and sweeter…and more personal ones. Some have been chosen for their photography…while some have been chosen for their practicality and how they’ll fit in my everyday cooking. All of them are solid companions in the kitchen and have strong recipes.  For details on how you can win ANY THREE of these nine listed that you’d like, read through to the end of the post and comment below. Here we go!:

  •  A Bird In The Hand by Diana Henry – There’s an endorsement on the cover of this book from Nigella Lawson that reads “I wish I had written this book!”. That’s high praise. This book is stunning just as all of Diana Henry’s books are…and is full of versatile and unique chicken recipes.
  • Hartwood by Eric Werner and Mya Henry – This year marks our third straight trip to Tulum…and our stay there would not be complete without an evening at Hartwood. It’s a pretty magical place and the octopus there ranks up there as one of the best things I’ve ever eaten anywhere in the world. This book – beautifully shot by Gentl + Hyers – is a piece of art documenting not only the restaurant but the Yucatan as well.
  • Near & Far by Heidi Swanson – Of all the books I’ve yearned to have time to cook from, this is the one I wish I could make the most time for. Every time I turn a page, there’s a recipe I want to make. I love the design and organization of the book, too – divided by travel destinations and then her time at home in her San Francisco kitchen.
  • The Nordic Cookbook by Magnus Nilsson – This is the last book I purchased this year and it’s a tome. At 700+ pages, it’s pretty much the definitive work on Nordic cooking. I think Magnus Nilsson is fascinating and this book is worth having as a textbook. While there are some pretty unusual recipes, the bulk of the book is simple and seasonal cooking.
  • Simply Nigella by Nigella Lawson – There haven’t been many years where I’ve been able to include a new cookbook from Nigella Lawson but THERE’S A NEW COOKBOOK FROM NIGELLA LAWSON! This one is full of simple recipes that work on weeknights or for guests. It’s destined to become another classic. I’m dying to make that Brocamole.
  • Honey and Jam by Hannah Queen – I feel as though I’ve baked my way through 50% of my photoshoots this year…and honestly I’m a bit burned out on it…but I didn’t want that to keep me from including a baking-centric book. I feel so compelled to include Hannah’s book on this list. The heirloom recipes and the beautiful photography (that she did herself) really capture her spirit and her life in North Georgia.
  • The Broad Fork by Hugh Acheson – I stinkin’ love Hugh Acheson. He’s a great chef, a smart and witty guy…and a champion of local ingredients, which I extra appreciate now that I live in his neck of the woods. This book addresses vegetables by type and really helps shine some ideas on some lesser known produce varieties.
  • The Picnic by Marnie Hanel, Andrea Slonecker and Jen Stevenson – I love how straightforward this book is while at the same time feeling really special and a bit precious. There are great (and simple!) recipes for entertaining and outdoor gatherings…and it seems quite easy to mix and match these to combine them for your perfect picnic or party.
  • Root To Leaf by Steven Satterfield – Probably the most beautiful book I saw all year. When I opened it, I audibly gasped. The photography – done by John Kernick – is stunning and enhances the simplicity of Chef Satterfield’s recipes. The focus is on seasonal eating and the best quality local ingredients. While I’ll say you could buy this one just for the photos, you’ll want to cook from it, too.

As has become an yearly tradition on my blog,  I’m giving away 3 of the books on this list to ONE lucky winner. It’s a way of saying THANK YOU to y’all for hanging out and hanging in there all year…and for being so much a part of my life in other ways.  I don’t have as much time to blog as I’d like but y’all are still so supportive.  You get to choose ANY THREE of the nine listed in this postJust leave a comment below letting me know which three you’d like to receive. I’ll be picking the winner (and closing comments) on December 29th at 5 pm EST– my holiday/Happy New Year gift to you! PLEASE make sure you leave your email in the comment or your comment signature so I can get in touch with you if you win! As this is not a sponsored post & something I’m doing on my own, I’m unable to ship outside the US. Thanks for understanding and good luck!

Comments

Wendy Dec 16, 2015 09:12 am

This is so awesome! Definitely Honey & Jam (so excited for Hannah!), Root to Leaf for the home team, and Simply Nigella for classics.

Jason Greer Dec 16, 2015 09:12 am

Hartwood
Nordic Cookbook
Near and Far

Lauren Dec 16, 2015 10:12 am

I would love to win Hartwood and The Nordic Cookbook after learning about the amazing things they’re doing via some recent Bon Appetit podcasts – and I love Hugh’s first cookbook, so I’m sure The Broad Fork will be just as good or better!

Dalal Dec 16, 2015 10:12 am

The picnic
Honey and Jam
Simply nigella

Caroline Dec 16, 2015 10:12 am

I would love to have The Nordic Cookbook, A Bird in the Hand and The Picnic.

Tami Dec 16, 2015 10:12 am

Picnic
Root to leaf
Hartwood

As I live in Spain I will pay for ship if I win, is that ok?

Jonathan Fox Dec 16, 2015 10:12 am

My Three are hard to choose out of these selections!
1)Hartwood
2)The Nordic Cookbook
3)Near and Far
Happy Holidays and have a great 2016!

Tony Clark Dec 16, 2015 10:12 am

No need to ship, I’ll be right over to pick them up…

The Broad Fork, Root to Leaf and Nigella.

Enjoy your trip!

Ashley Dec 16, 2015 10:12 am

Exciting! My favorite gifts to receive are always cookbooks! I would love to win Hartwood, Honey & Jam, and Near and Far. Crossing my fingers!

Kara Dec 16, 2015 10:12 am

So hard to choose! Root to Leaf because I’ve been obsessed with Steven Satterfield ever since I caught one of his demos at the Peachtree Rd. farmer’s market. Hartwood so I can convince my husband to plan a trip to Tulum. And The Picnic is too cute to leave off the list.

Tina Maxfield Dec 16, 2015 10:12 am

The Picnic, Honey and Jam, and Simply Nigella. Good luck to everyone!!

Avani Dec 16, 2015 10:12 am

Happy holidays! Thanks for bringing these cookbooks to my attention, I definitely need to refresh my collection! Definitely Root to Leaf (LOVE steven satterfield), Simply Nigella, and Near and Far (love Heidi’s blog!).

Danielle Acken Dec 16, 2015 10:12 am

Hartwood and Near & Far and The Broad Fork. Fingers crossed! LOVE this time of year. ps – your jalapeño and cilantro freezing is crazy good!!

Deborah Dec 16, 2015 10:12 am

So hard to choose from so many great books, several of which I have! So here are the ones that I would love:
Hartwood
Near and Far
Broad Fork

Amelia from ztastylife Dec 16, 2015 10:12 am

They are all fantastic choices! My 3:
Root To Leaf – for the outstanding photos
The nordic Cookbook – for the brilliant regionality
Near and Far – for the dreamy wanderlust
Also: wishing you happy holidays filled with good food, good people, good moods

Adrienne Dec 16, 2015 10:12 am

Love reading about your favorites! I’d choose Honey and Jam, Simply Nigella and A Broad Fork.

Vaishali S Dec 16, 2015 10:12 am

a bird in the hand, simply nigella and Near & Far

Maureen Dec 16, 2015 10:12 am

The Picnic
Near & far
Honey & Jam

They all seem fascinating and interesting but these were the three that really hit me.

Lana @ Never Enough Thyme Dec 16, 2015 10:12 am

I always look forward to this annual post on your blog, Tami! Great choices this year and so hard to choose three, but I’d love Honey and Jam, Simply Nigella, and Root to Leaf. Happy Holidays to you!

Emily Belden Dec 16, 2015 10:12 am

I have a lot to learn in the kitchen but am making it my New Years resolution to master a few things. I think The Broad Fork, Simply Nigella, and The Picnic can be my best friends for this lofty goal!

Denise Hinson Dec 16, 2015 10:12 am

Simply Nigella
The Broad Fork
The Picnic

Genie Jones Dec 16, 2015 11:12 am

I love your blog. I was a photo stylist for year and then an art director until 1 1/2 ago. Retired to try my hand at some other creative things. Still miss it sometimes.
Root To Leaf
The Broad Fork
Honey and Jam

Kimberly Hicks Dec 16, 2015 11:12 am

I love this annual list!
The Broad Fork
Root to Leaf
Near & Far

val Dec 16, 2015 11:12 am

How generous. I’d choose Near and Far, Broad Fork, and Root to Leaf. Happy New Year!

Clare Barboza Dec 16, 2015 11:12 am

I love that you do this, tami. :)

Near and Far
Root to Leaf
Nigella

Christian C. Dec 16, 2015 11:12 am

The Nordic Cookbook
A Bird in the Hand
Near & Far

Delia Neville Dec 16, 2015 11:12 am

I love keeping up with your blog, even if it is well after you post something. I’ve modified a few recipes from here to fit whatever I may have in my fridge/pantry that night. I am moving into a new house in February, and the kitchen is so much nicer than my current one. It would be neat to start with 3 new inspiring books (A Bird in the Hand, Near & Far, Simply Nigella). Thanks for doing what you do Tami!

Amanda Sanders Dec 16, 2015 11:12 am

Thank you for sharing your posts with us. You’re one of my very favorite reads.
I’d love Root to Leaf, Nigella, and Honey & Jam.
Thank you Tami! Have a great 2016.

Ileana Dec 16, 2015 11:12 am

Oh man, these are all so good! My three: The Broad Fork, A Bird in the Hand, and Near & Far. Happy holidays to you!

Rachel Dec 16, 2015 11:12 am

Congratulations on an awesome year! I’m most excited about The Broad Fork, The Picnic, and Root to Leaf…

Wendy Prindle Dec 16, 2015 11:12 am

I am a long time food lover, and a beginner food blogger. I would love to receive
A Bird in The Hand
Simply Nigella &
The Picnic
Happy holidays!

Sarah Dec 16, 2015 11:12 am

I would love Simply Nigella, Near and Far, and Root to Leaf!

Steph Dec 16, 2015 12:12 pm

So hard to choose!
Bird in the hand
Nordic cookbook
Near and far

Stephanie Dec 16, 2015 12:12 pm

I love this! It’s hard to choose, I think I would pick Root to leaf, Near and Far and Hartwood. :D

Lynn Dec 16, 2015 12:12 pm

Simply Nigella (love her recipes)
The Broad Fork (local favorite – Hugh)
Near & Far (upon your recommendation)

Thanks Tami – I always enjoy this post. It’s fun to choose!

Hope your holidays are wonderful!

Lynn

Katie B. Dec 16, 2015 12:12 pm

Oooh, I think my heart skipped a beat! To be gifted any one of these books would be a joy – THREE blows my mind!! I’d choose:

Near and Far
The Broad Fork, and
The Picnic

Thank you for doing this! xoxo

Amy Dec 16, 2015 12:12 pm

Root to Leaf, Broad Fork and Simply Nigella.

SMITH BITES Dec 16, 2015 01:12 pm

The Nordic Cookbook
The Picnic
Root to Leaf

I have, and absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE Bird in the Hand – and have cooked from this book more than any other this year! And as I couldn’t take a chance that I might win, I’ve ordered a few from your list – Happy Holidays, Tami & Mike xo

Jerry Slater Dec 16, 2015 01:12 pm

This is really cool. The ones on my list to buy would be Hartwood, The Broad Fork, and The Nordic Cookbook

Dena Dec 16, 2015 01:12 pm

Thank you for this. These books all sound wonderful. If I’m the lucky winner, the three I would choose are Simply Nigella, Root to Leaf and A Bird In the Hand.

Happy Holidays!

Dena
dena@gatheringflavors.com

Anne B Dec 16, 2015 01:12 pm

Root to Leaf, The Broad Fork & Simply Nigella would by my picks! Thanks for the giveaway…..happy holidays to all!!!

Angela Dec 16, 2015 03:12 pm

The Nordic Cookbook
Hartwood
Near and Far

Dianne Dec 16, 2015 04:12 pm

A Bird in the Hand, the Picnic, and the Broad Fork. Thanks!

Kate Nolan Dec 16, 2015 04:12 pm

Oh… these are some tough choices, but I think it’d be:
1) The Nordic Cookbook – Everyone needs a stretch goal, right?
2) The Broad Fork – Because I’m one of those people who love vegetables.
3) Simply Nigella (Though A Bird in the Hand is very close) – Simple recipes are a big deal.

Big Mama Dec 16, 2015 05:12 pm

Root To Leaf – I just love everything that Steven Satterfield is about with his seasonal cooking.
The Broad Fork – would love to learn more about all the amazing veggies that my farmer friends grow.
The Picnic – I love entertaining and what better way to learn more for the outdoor parties I have.

Melissa Mayo Dec 16, 2015 07:12 pm

Simply Nigella
A bird in the hand
Near and far

sydney85 Dec 16, 2015 09:12 pm

I would love to have these cookbooks:
1. Simply Nigella
2. The Nordic Cookbook
3. The Picnic

Kate Lewis Dec 16, 2015 09:12 pm

Gah!! They all look so amazing! My first pick would have to be Hartwood because Tulum is high up on my to do list, second Near and Far and third would be The Nordic Cookbook because I am obsessed with it. Amazing picks lady!! xo

Holly Dec 16, 2015 09:12 pm

Ooh, I’m in need of some cooking inspiration! The Picnic (because I really need more picnics in my life!), Near & Far, and Honey & Jam (looks amazing!)

Allison Dec 16, 2015 10:12 pm

Near and Far
Broad Fork
Root to Leaf

Amy Sinclair Dec 16, 2015 10:12 pm

The Broad Fork
Simply Nigella
A Bird In The Hand
:)

Melissa Dec 17, 2015 01:12 am

My top 3 would be:
Simply Nigella
Honey and Jam
Near and Far

Geraldine Dec 17, 2015 05:12 am

Best list yet of beautiful guides for kitchen and
food lovers!

Karen Schumer Dec 17, 2015 06:12 am

I am a cookbook freak. I love cooking and eating my way through them. If I was to win, I would pick Nigella of course, The Picnic because I live on the Cape and we spend a lot of time on the beach having picnics. The last one would be Root to Leaf because of your beautiful description.

Stacie Dec 17, 2015 06:12 am

What fun. I love this annual list! The following three would round out my cookbook collection:

Simply Nigella
The Picnic
The Broad Fork

Happy holidays!

Tracy Grant Dec 17, 2015 07:12 am

Wow! How wonderful and generous :)
Another fabulous reason to love your blog!

So, the three I would choose would be, “A Bird In Hand,” it looks perfect for inspiring our family meals. “Simply Nigella,” because I just adore her, her recipes, and the photos in this one too. Finally, “Honey & Jam,” because I follow her blog and and am inspired by both the photography and the delicious creations.

Debra Grant Dec 17, 2015 08:12 am

Been following your blog for years… this is so awesome! Near & Far, Simply Nigella, and Root to Leaf for me!

Christine Dec 17, 2015 09:12 am

Ohhhh so many perfect picks!!!
A Bird In the Hand
Near & Far
Root to Leaf

Alexandra Dec 17, 2015 09:12 am

Hartwood, Simply Nigella, The picnic <3

Marcia Dec 17, 2015 09:12 am

Oh my! How to choose? I’d love A Bird in the Hand, Simply Nigella and Honey and Jam.
Happy Holidays!

Angie Bennett Dec 17, 2015 10:12 am

The Broad Fork
The Nordic Cookbook
Near and Far

angie@carrabbasoriginal.com

Thanks for the list. It helped me finish my last pit of holiday shopping. Merry Christmas!

Denise Dec 17, 2015 11:12 am

Always love this yearly post too! Gorgeous books, hard to pick!

Hartwood – hoping to go in 2016!
The Broad Fork
A Bird in the Hand

Have a great holiday!! xo

Alyson Dec 17, 2015 11:12 am

This is great! I pick Root to Leaf, NEar and Far, and A Bird in the Hand!

Have a happy holiday!

Pam Siloti Dec 17, 2015 11:12 am

hmmm…hard to choose,,, guess it would be
Near and Far, Nordic cookbook, and Bird in hand. but ALL of the look amazing. Would take any of them

natalie Dec 17, 2015 12:12 pm

Great round up! Simply Nigella, Honey & Jam and Bird in the Hand seem all great!

Lindsay | Please Pass The Peas Dec 17, 2015 12:12 pm

Honey and Jam, Root to Leaf and The Broad Fork. Also, bravo for a non-sponsored giveaway/favorite things post.

Allyson Dec 17, 2015 01:12 pm

Oh wow. What beauties. If I had to choose three, I’d probably go for Hartwood, The Broad Fork, and The Picnic. I personally own Near and Far, and absolutely agree with your assessment- it’s a beautiful, smart, and delicious book.

HeatherAnne @ Foofy * Not Foofy Dec 17, 2015 03:12 pm

So hard to pick three! I love Nigella so definitely that one – and I’m really trying to use more fruits and veggies in my cooking so I’d have to save The Broad Fork and Root to Leaf.

Carly Dec 17, 2015 04:12 pm

I would LOVE: Near and Far, Nordic Cookbook or A Bird in the Hand.

I recently got Simply Nigella (and met her at a book signing!!) and it’s lovely.

Happy Holidays!

Sarah-Ann Dec 17, 2015 08:12 pm

Love this!! Root to Leaf, The Nordic Cookbook and The Broad Fork would be on my wish list for sure :)

Bianca Dec 18, 2015 12:12 am

simply nigella, honey & jam, and the picnic!!

Sandrine Dec 18, 2015 04:12 am

Hi Tami,
What a great idea and beautiful selection! I wish I lived in the US…can I enter the competition as a present for my friend Siri who lives in Boston?
Hartwood, Near & Far and The Nordic Cookbook as she is a big fan of the Nordic countries. Thanks Sandrine x

Donna S Dec 18, 2015 06:12 am

I would love to win Simply Nigella, A Bird in the Hand, and The Picnic.

smallsd@earthlink.net

Tessa Dec 18, 2015 11:12 am

I have been wanting to purchase Near and Far ever since it came out!
My choices would be Near and Far, Root to Leaf and the Broad Fork, but they all look so gorgeous!
Thanks so much!

Julia F Dec 18, 2015 12:12 pm

In need of some new recipes to choose from… hard choices but:
Near & Far
Honey and Jam
The Picnic

Christy Dec 18, 2015 03:12 pm

Love your annual post every year! I would want Hugh’s book, The Broad Fork (surprised I don’t have this yet), Root to Leaf, and Simply Nigella! XOXO

Shawnda Tiggs Dec 18, 2015 05:12 pm

What a wonderful gift that I would enjoy for years to come with my family! Any of them would be a welcomed addition for me!

Erica Dec 19, 2015 06:12 pm

Funny, I have exactly three of these on my “honey get me” list!

A Bird in the Hand, Simply Nigella, The Broad Fork

Crossing my fingers!

Samantha Dec 23, 2015 01:12 pm

My top 3 would be:
Near and Far
Simply Nigela
The Broad Fork

nadya kotik Dec 26, 2015 08:12 pm

Honey and Jam , Simply Nigella and Hartwood

Tika Dec 27, 2015 11:12 am

My picks:
1. The Nordic Cookbook – I have no experience with this region’s cuisine but would love to learn more!
2. Root to Leaf – I could always use more simple and delicious vegetable recipes.
3. The Broad Fork – Love Hugh and love learning to cook with different local produce.

dawn mcbeth Dec 27, 2015 12:12 pm

tough choice:
Hartwood, Root to leaf, Honey and Jam

Tori Pintar Dec 27, 2015 06:12 pm

I so look forward to this every year. Wonderful list. If I were the lucky winner I would love: Root to Leaf, The Broad Fork and Near and Far.
Sorry I forgot my email up above.
toripintarphoto@gmail.com

David Clumpner Dec 27, 2015 06:12 pm

Thank you Tami. If I were the lucky winner I would love: Root to Leaf, Simply Nigella and Near and Far.

clumpner@gmail.com

James Dec 29, 2015 11:12 am

Nordic Cookbook, The Picnic, Honey & James. Jen and I are cooking a lot more nowadays and would love to jumpstart the year with some fresh inspiration.

Emily Dec 29, 2015 11:12 am

I would LOVE Broad Fork, Root to Leaf and Simply Nigella

Crista Dec 29, 2015 11:12 am

What an awesome lineup of books and generous giveaway. You rock sister! If I were forced to choose 3 (hard!!!), I’d choose Root to Leaf, The Picnic, and The Broad Fork. Happy New Year, my friend!!!! xo

Justin Fox Dec 29, 2015 11:12 am

Heartwood
Honey and Jam
The Picnic

Emily Dec 29, 2015 11:12 am

I would love Root to Leaf, Broad Fork and Simply Nigella

Wendy Fisher Dec 29, 2015 11:12 am

Sorry about your tums. :(

Simply Nigella
Honey & Jam
A Bird In The Hand

Thank you & Happy New Year!

Sara hogan Dec 29, 2015 11:12 am

Thank you! Would love root to leaf, the broad fork and bird in the hand. Happy new year and feel better!

PJ Douglas Dec 29, 2015 11:12 am

I feel your pain. Feel better soon.

Near & Far | Simply Nigella | The Broad Fork

Shelly Collins Dec 29, 2015 11:12 am

If I have to pick three! what a challenge- I’m going for The Broad Fork, Root to Leaf, and Simply Nigella. I want 2016 to be another nourishing year. These books will no doubt feed my soul! Thank you for doing this.

Shelley Dec 29, 2015 11:12 am

Near and Far, Simply Nigella, Root to Leaf

gabrielle geiselman Dec 29, 2015 11:12 am

First off Happy Holidays my dear….I LOVE seeing your work and am always inspired. What a great list!!!!
Ive been following Heidi’s work for many years and would love to get her cookbook and of course how could one not want the new Simply Nigella? Ive also been following Steven Satterfield and am really interested in what he is doing.
I hope you feel better. Lots of Ginger and papaya enzyme help (a year in India taught me this…)
Much Love,
G

Bayle Doetch Dec 29, 2015 11:12 am

Oh my goodness this is quite the selection of incredibly enticing cookbooks. I would pick Simply Nigella as she is such a delightful inspiration and a new cookbook from her is as exciting as the “brocomole” you mentioned which may not be legal here in California where guacamole is kept pure and simple. ;) My second choice would be Root To Leaf as now I’m eager to see the photography too plus I love highlighting local and seasonal ingredients. Third choice would be the beast of a book, The Nordic Cookbook. I really enjoyed watching Magnus on Mind of a Chef and I’m keen to learn more about his process.

I picked up Hartwood and Near and Far earlier in the year and have found myself flipping through them for visual and recipe inspiration.

Joy Reddy Dec 29, 2015 11:12 am

The Broad Fork
Root to Leaf
Hartwood

Thanks!

Ariel Dec 29, 2015 12:12 pm

I would looooove

Honey & Jam
A Bird in the Hand
Simply Nigella

Lee Dec 29, 2015 12:12 pm

So sorry you came home with a bug. Hope it’s short-lived.
Your list is fantastic! I’ve got several of the books – Hugh’s is great and Root to Leaf is gorgeous.
I would pick A Bird in the Hand, Hartwood and Honey and Jam. Thanks!

Rebekah A Dec 29, 2015 12:12 pm

I need more kitchen time in my life, especially now that my almost 3-year old likes to “help”.

A Bird in the Hand, Simply Nigella, The Broad Fork

Angela Goebel Dec 29, 2015 12:12 pm

The Nordic Cookbook
Root to Leaf
Simply Nigella

Thank you!

Carol Scheer Dec 29, 2015 12:12 pm

Enjoy your blog so much, hope you are well! Here are my picks
Honey and Jam
Near and Far
The Broad Fork

Married for 40 years now, I love good baking cookbooks for Roy and his sweet tooth as well as recipes for my veggies!

Matt Brohammer Dec 29, 2015 01:12 pm

So much stuff and thjngs with stuff. Now that my kitchen is actually my kitchen:

Hartwood / The Broad Fork / Honey + Jam

Erika moore Dec 29, 2015 01:12 pm

Root to leaf
The broad fork
Honey and jam

Trisha Dec 29, 2015 04:12 pm

*the nordic cookbook
*simply nigella
*a bird in the hand

:)

Kathy Robinson Dec 29, 2015 05:12 pm

As your former teacher I would be honored to have any of them! But since I have to choose: Root To Leaf, A Bird in the Hand, and Neat and Far. This was a difficult decision but based on your comments I made my choices! THANKS SO MUCH!

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