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I am SO tired of people post 5 star reviews for books that are CLEARLY not worth those five stars. This are not revolting recipes. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Ms. E. Marie
awesome. Features recipes from different Roald Dahl books. Easy but fun.Published 10 months ago by tinak
Had this book when I was a child. Love the recipes and they still sound outstanding.Published 12 months ago by The Wild Greek
A whole bunch of recipes for a rainy day with the kids. You can pretend they're as bad as they sound; in fact (so far) they're pretty good. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Joe The Engineer
I bought this book when my kid was 10. She loved Roald Dahl's books and we had a theme birthday party. What a hit! She just turned 25 and still loves that chocolate cake. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Louise
Daughter was hooked on Roald Dahl's book (thus were we). Bought the cookbook to enhance her library; she used recipes for Dahl-based 10th birthday party she planned for herself. Read morePublished on December 9, 2013 by K. Fagan
As a Roald Dahl fan, it's great to have some recipes that call to mind the stories he wrote. I particularly like the sweets!Published on November 8, 2013 by Maggie Gordon