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    Cook the Part

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    February 28, 2012

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    Cook the Part

    Karin Eastham and Traci O'Very Covey will present their interactive cookbook, Cook the Part. Eastham, and her husband, are based in San Diego. Salt Lake native Covey designed the original illustrations for the book.

    The King's English Bookshop

    1511 South 1500 East
    Salt Lake City, UT 84105

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    Admission Info:
    Free Admission


    General Day and Time Info:
    Tuesday 7:00pm

    phone: (801) 484-9100


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        Fernando Espindola has been playing Andean music since his early teenage years in Bolivia. As a native of Oruro, the city famous for having the most elaborate carnival in Bolivia, he was exposed to a concentration of folklore that would be difficult to equal anywhere else.
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