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Last-modified: 6 Jan 1996 _365 Great Chocolate Desserts_ by Natalie Haughton. (Harper Collins 1991) A whole year of chocolate desserts! What more could you ask for? The recipes here are designed for the busy, working woman, so they are relatively simple and inexpensive to prepare. _Chocolate Classics_ by Barbara Grunes and Phyllis Magida. (Contempo Books 1993) This is a small book that contains recipes on a variety of levels of difficulty, along with some of the history and folklore surrounding chocolate. _Cocolat_ by Alice Medrich. (Warner Books 1990) Named for the decadent chocolate restaurants in Berkley, California, and elsewhere, this book will remind you why cooking is often times referred to as 'culinary art'. The recipes in this book require a master's touch, but if you can create these confections, your guests and family will love you for days. _Death by Chocolate_ by Marcel Desaulniers. (Kenan Books 1992) Straight from the famous Trellis Restaurant to your kitchen, this book contains finished products that could be works of art. A variety of skill levels are required, and tips from the chef accompany each recipe. _Mrs Fields' I Love Chocolate Cookbook_ by Debbi Fields. (Time-Life Books 1994) Another cookbook for the working mother, filled with treats to delight children and grownups alike.