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KCTS 9 Cooks
KCTS 9 Cooks at Home premiered live on May 19, 2012. The show featured guest cooks who submitted their recipes and appeared on the show to cook them for us.
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I was watching the re-run today, January 5, 2013. Is there a way I can still buy the Cooks at Home book featured from the May 19th, 2012 show?
I see it's not one of the items on our donation page, so we'll need to get that fixed. Meanwhile, you can call our pledge line, 800-443-1999 and get it with a $65 donation.
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