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For home cooks hungry for make-again recipes, here is an impeccably curated collection from Epicurious with more than 250 of their 4-fork recipes, conveniently compiled in a book with new photography, new headnotes, and informative user tips. Epicurious is, undisputedly, the most respected website for people who like to cook. In their first-ever cookbook, the Epicurious ed For home cooks hungry for make-again recipes, here is an impeccably curated collection from Epicurious with more than 250 of their 4-fork recipes, conveniently compiled in a book with new photography, new headnotes, and informative user tips. Epicurious is, undisputedly, the most respected website for people who like to cook. In their first-ever cookbook, the Epicurious editors have culled their extraordinary database of 180,000 recipes and selected their most popular recipes. Organized seasonally and by meal type, The Epicurious Cookbook offers everything from 30-minute weeknight dinners to weekend warrior show-stoppers. Also included are comfort food favorites, small dishes perfect for parties and plenty of repertoire-building mains and sides, plus breakfasts, breads, and desserts. All new stunning four-color photography shows Epicurious at its most irresistible. Throughout are Epicurious member suggestions for tweaking recipes, ideas for menu planning, smart substitutions, and homespun recipes from dozens of Epicurious members newly tested for this cookbook. Recipes include: Easy comfort foods Chicken and Fall Vegetable Pot Pie, Beef Short Ribs Tagine, Spicy Mac and Cheese with Pancetta, Deviled Fried Chicken, Chili con Carne with Chili Cheddar Shortcakes Fast Weeknight Dinners Quick Paella, Wild Rice with Pecans, Raisin, and Orange Essence, Brussels Sprouts Hash with Caramelized Shallots, Rosemary Lamb Chops with Swiss Chard and Balsamic Syrup, Pan-Fried Spicy Orange Tilapia Please-Everyone Vegetarian and Vegan Dishes Chilled Soba with Tofu and Sugar Snap Peas, Spiced Lentil Tacos with Chipotle Sour Cream, Roasted Eggplant Salad Special occasion show-stoppers Tom Colicchio's Herb-Butter Turkey, Beef Brisket with Merlot and Prunes, Wine-Braised Duck Legs American Classics Updated--Burgers, Pizzas, Salads, Pastas, and Grilled Cheese Coffee-Rubbed Cheeseburger with Texas Barbeque Sauce; Hearty Asparagus, Fingerling Potato, and Goat Cheese Pizza; Lobster Pasta in a Roasted Corn Sweet Bacon Cream; Grilled Cheese with Onion Jam, Taleggio, and Escarole Breakfast and Brunch Stars Extreme Granola with Dried Fruit, Kitchen Sink Frittata, Cr�me Brulee French Toast, and Ultimate Sticky Buns Decadent Desserts Double Layer Chocolate Cake, Apple Tart with Caramel Sauce, Frozen Lemon Ginger Snap Pie, Peanut Butter and Fudge Brownies with Salted Peanuts Destined to be that classic you'll turn to daily, The Epicurious Cookbook enhances the very best online content in a gorgeous cookbook.


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For home cooks hungry for make-again recipes, here is an impeccably curated collection from Epicurious with more than 250 of their 4-fork recipes, conveniently compiled in a book with new photography, new headnotes, and informative user tips. Epicurious is, undisputedly, the most respected website for people who like to cook. In their first-ever cookbook, the Epicurious ed For home cooks hungry for make-again recipes, here is an impeccably curated collection from Epicurious with more than 250 of their 4-fork recipes, conveniently compiled in a book with new photography, new headnotes, and informative user tips. Epicurious is, undisputedly, the most respected website for people who like to cook. In their first-ever cookbook, the Epicurious editors have culled their extraordinary database of 180,000 recipes and selected their most popular recipes. Organized seasonally and by meal type, The Epicurious Cookbook offers everything from 30-minute weeknight dinners to weekend warrior show-stoppers. Also included are comfort food favorites, small dishes perfect for parties and plenty of repertoire-building mains and sides, plus breakfasts, breads, and desserts. All new stunning four-color photography shows Epicurious at its most irresistible. Throughout are Epicurious member suggestions for tweaking recipes, ideas for menu planning, smart substitutions, and homespun recipes from dozens of Epicurious members newly tested for this cookbook. Recipes include: Easy comfort foods Chicken and Fall Vegetable Pot Pie, Beef Short Ribs Tagine, Spicy Mac and Cheese with Pancetta, Deviled Fried Chicken, Chili con Carne with Chili Cheddar Shortcakes Fast Weeknight Dinners Quick Paella, Wild Rice with Pecans, Raisin, and Orange Essence, Brussels Sprouts Hash with Caramelized Shallots, Rosemary Lamb Chops with Swiss Chard and Balsamic Syrup, Pan-Fried Spicy Orange Tilapia Please-Everyone Vegetarian and Vegan Dishes Chilled Soba with Tofu and Sugar Snap Peas, Spiced Lentil Tacos with Chipotle Sour Cream, Roasted Eggplant Salad Special occasion show-stoppers Tom Colicchio's Herb-Butter Turkey, Beef Brisket with Merlot and Prunes, Wine-Braised Duck Legs American Classics Updated--Burgers, Pizzas, Salads, Pastas, and Grilled Cheese Coffee-Rubbed Cheeseburger with Texas Barbeque Sauce; Hearty Asparagus, Fingerling Potato, and Goat Cheese Pizza; Lobster Pasta in a Roasted Corn Sweet Bacon Cream; Grilled Cheese with Onion Jam, Taleggio, and Escarole Breakfast and Brunch Stars Extreme Granola with Dried Fruit, Kitchen Sink Frittata, Cr�me Brulee French Toast, and Ultimate Sticky Buns Decadent Desserts Double Layer Chocolate Cake, Apple Tart with Caramel Sauce, Frozen Lemon Ginger Snap Pie, Peanut Butter and Fudge Brownies with Salted Peanuts Destined to be that classic you'll turn to daily, The Epicurious Cookbook enhances the very best online content in a gorgeous cookbook.

30 review for The Epicurious Cookbook: More Than 250 of Our Best-Loved Four-Fork Recipes for Weeknights, Weekends & Special Occasions

  1. 5 out of 5

    Steven Peterson

    This is, in a very real sense, a populist cookbook. As the Editor, Tanya Steel, says at the outset ". . .our enormous global family of passionate cooks are the real authors of this cookbook." Steel and other editors had their choice of 180,000 recipes appearing on the Epicurious web site (epicurious.com). Some were by major chefs (e.g., Tom Colicchio) and others by ordinary folks sharing their recipes. Those going to the web site can rate recipes; this book features highly rated recipes. 250 of This is, in a very real sense, a populist cookbook. As the Editor, Tanya Steel, says at the outset ". . .our enormous global family of passionate cooks are the real authors of this cookbook." Steel and other editors had their choice of 180,000 recipes appearing on the Epicurious web site (epicurious.com). Some were by major chefs (e.g., Tom Colicchio) and others by ordinary folks sharing their recipes. Those going to the web site can rate recipes; this book features highly rated recipes. 250 of these were selected for inclusion in this volume (replete with nice photographs of some the dishes). The book is, rather idiosyncratically, organized by season (I have a handful of cookbooks organized like this, but I am not sure that I understand the concept) and by type of recipe (breakfast, starters, mains, sides, sandwiches and breads, and desserts). Some examples, to illustrate. Spring: Thai cabbage salad, Caprese pizza, Pan-seared ribeye steaks (featuring--yum--porcini mushrooms and rosemary run); Black bean and tomato quinoa (I am trying to increase my set of quinoa recipes that taste good). Summer: Shrimp bisque; Faux arrabbiata with penne (my son really likes Arrabbiata sauce, so this caught my attention--and it's easy to make, so that my son will benefit from my having acquired this cookbook!); Quick paella; Greek salad with orzo and black-eyed peas; Crispy pancetta, burrata, and tomato sandwiches. Fall: Open faced bacon and egg sandwiches; Spicy mac and cheese with pancetta (and, oh boy, is this a tasty tidbit of comfort food!); Pasta fagiola (the recipe looks better than the one that I have used in the past); Tom Colicchio's herb-butter turkey. Winter: Egg burritos; Warm tofu with spicy garlic sauce (I am also looking for tasty Tofu dishes); Fish and chips; Spicy orange tilapia (sriracha sauce adds a spicy component); Kale and potato puree; Grilled cheese sandwich with onion jam, taleggio, and escarole). Boy, this is an interesting work and I am looking forward to continuing experimenting with these recipes! A genuine populist cookbook, harvesting the ideas of so many different people. . . .

  2. 5 out of 5

    ❄️✨ Kat ✨❄️

    Great recipe collection. There's something for everyone in here - a wide range of tastes is covered. Great recipe collection. There's something for everyone in here - a wide range of tastes is covered.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Rayment

    The Good Stuff Incredible variety of recipes Lots of interesting & unusual combinations Each recipe has comments from Epicurious users Wife wants you to know the Index is fabulous The banana bread recipe is the best we have ever used - Jen makes an excellent banana bread but this one is even better I didn't have time to make any of the recipes so Jen actually did all the cooking and baking -- she's getting better too The pictures make the recipes look appetizing -- however there are very few p The Good Stuff Incredible variety of recipes Lots of interesting & unusual combinations Each recipe has comments from Epicurious users Wife wants you to know the Index is fabulous The banana bread recipe is the best we have ever used - Jen makes an excellent banana bread but this one is even better I didn't have time to make any of the recipes so Jen actually did all the cooking and baking -- she's getting better too The pictures make the recipes look appetizing -- however there are very few pictures for such a large cookbook I wasn't sure about Jen making the zuccini fritters but damn they were tasty Everyone at Jen's work loved the two cookie recipes she made & they ate them all - she barely saved any for me Like the organization of the cookbook into seasons most of the recipes use ingredients that are readily available at most grocery stores The Not So Good Stuff Needs a lot more pictures Many of the recipes have way too many steps for my wife Favorite Recipes Amazing Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Cookies Pg. 282 Sweet n' Smoky Meatloaf - Pg 352 Zucchini Patties With Feta - Pg 114 Beef Stew w/ Potatoes and Carrots - Pg 252 Dark Chocolate & Cherry Oatmeal Cookies - Pg 199 (Jen substituted almond extract for the vanilla & it really gave the cookies a spark) Banana Bread w/ Chocolate Chips & Walnuts - Pg 208 Wild Mushroom Lasagne - Pg 236 (A lot of steps but wonderful flavor) Who Should Use There are quite a few easy to make recipes, but still wouldn't recommend it for the truly beginner cook For the cook who wants to experiment 4/5 Dewey's We received this from Random House in Exchange for an honest review Pictures at www.misbehavinlibrarian.com

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jennie

    Please do not read this if you are hungry!! Fantastic book chalked full of great recipes, photographs, vegetarian and meat dishes. I lost track and sticky notes halfway through. Some of my favourites: Asparagus fingerling potato and goat cheese pizza, lemon ice cream sandwiches with blueberry swirl, grilled salmon and baby bok choy with ginger and garlic. Whether you're entertaining or just need new meal ideas this is a great place to start. Highly recommended. Please do not read this if you are hungry!! Fantastic book chalked full of great recipes, photographs, vegetarian and meat dishes. I lost track and sticky notes halfway through. Some of my favourites: Asparagus fingerling potato and goat cheese pizza, lemon ice cream sandwiches with blueberry swirl, grilled salmon and baby bok choy with ginger and garlic. Whether you're entertaining or just need new meal ideas this is a great place to start. Highly recommended.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Natashya KitchenPuppies

    The best that Epicurious has to offer, all in one delicious book! See my full review here -http://livinginthekitchenwithpuppies.... The best that Epicurious has to offer, all in one delicious book! See my full review here -http://livinginthekitchenwithpuppies....

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Pictures of recipes? Yes. Commentary on recipes? Yes. Nutrition facts? No. Recipe Style? All over the place. Whatever recipes the website's users voted for. Any keepers? A couple. I am not a user of this website, and I don't particularly feel inclined to start doing so after this book. There were a couple of jewels in here, but I didn't find it to be terribly inspiring. Pictures of recipes? Yes. Commentary on recipes? Yes. Nutrition facts? No. Recipe Style? All over the place. Whatever recipes the website's users voted for. Any keepers? A couple. I am not a user of this website, and I don't particularly feel inclined to start doing so after this book. There were a couple of jewels in here, but I didn't find it to be terribly inspiring.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Julie H.

    I love getting cookbooks at the library, experimenting with a number of new things and, on occasions where we find dishes/items that enter the hallowed ranks of our go-to meals, I then purchase the book and add it to our household's cookbook arsenal. The Epicurious Cookbook is definitely going to be an early fall purchase. We've tried several recipes in the week I've had the book, and I'm having a very hard time deciding whether it's the recipe for(1) wild mushroom pizza with caramelized onions, I love getting cookbooks at the library, experimenting with a number of new things and, on occasions where we find dishes/items that enter the hallowed ranks of our go-to meals, I then purchase the book and add it to our household's cookbook arsenal. The Epicurious Cookbook is definitely going to be an early fall purchase. We've tried several recipes in the week I've had the book, and I'm having a very hard time deciding whether it's the recipe for(1) wild mushroom pizza with caramelized onions, fontina and rosemary or the (2) Indian spiced carrot soup with ginger that single-handedly rocked our culinary world. All told, The Epicurious Cookbook is a nicely illustrated cookbook, organized by season, and has helpful boxes identifying the parts of the recipe that the cook might make in advance so as to shorten prep time. If I were to offer a few suggestions for a future reprinting of the book, it would be to add preparation time estimates and--even more important--to go through the book carefully and either specify what type of onion is best for a particular recipe or, perhaps, include a blanket statement in the introduction noting that unless otherwise specified the default onion of choice is a yellow onion (or whatever it is; I just tend to default to yellows in my own cooking). Oh, and if you make the salmon cakes (p. 25), may I suggest doubling the amount of chives you add to the salmon and subbing a mixture of plain yogurt, lemon juice (fresh), and horseradish for the yogurt sauce suggested in the book? The horseradish sauce makes a lovely complement to the salmon cakes--and we had chive biscuits alongside them.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ingrid Hardy

    I already own an Epicurious cooking magazine - a thick magazine where we've already tried - and approved - about fifteen recipes. They are dependable and very good, so buying this book was not a risk, in my eyes. I spent way more hours than I should have reading this book (I LIKE to read cookbooks), and have picked out AT LEAST fifty that I know I'll try, and there are many more that might get a test run, depending on my mood and budget for the day. After all these years of cooking, it isn't hard I already own an Epicurious cooking magazine - a thick magazine where we've already tried - and approved - about fifteen recipes. They are dependable and very good, so buying this book was not a risk, in my eyes. I spent way more hours than I should have reading this book (I LIKE to read cookbooks), and have picked out AT LEAST fifty that I know I'll try, and there are many more that might get a test run, depending on my mood and budget for the day. After all these years of cooking, it isn't hard to know that most of the bookmarked to-be-tasted-right-now recipes will be good. Will they be amazing? That does remain to be seen, and I will definitely update this review as they get tried. Will be trying the first one tonight. My only complaint, well two complaints, is first: there are not enough photographs. Every recipe in a cookbook (except the Joy of Cooking, because it's the Joy of Cooking) should have a delicious photo. But well, such is life. Second, it is very handy to have a table of contents that is organized by main food group, such as Salads, Beef, Chicken, and especially Vegetarian. This book has only an index. Although the index is VERY well organized... now that I think about it, it probably won't be too difficult to get used to this method. But it should still have more photos. :-) So, on to the horrible job of cooking and tasting! Yum.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Danny

    I won this recipe book through Goodread's "Giveaway." It's a great recipe book! Layout of the recipes makes it easy to read as you cook. The book is broken down into recipes for each of the four seasons which I really like. One thing that the recipe does lack that I think would be a good idea would to have an estimated time to make each recipe from start to finish so that if I need a quick recipe I can scan the pages for one that takes less time. Other than that I highly recommend the book. For I won this recipe book through Goodread's "Giveaway." It's a great recipe book! Layout of the recipes makes it easy to read as you cook. The book is broken down into recipes for each of the four seasons which I really like. One thing that the recipe does lack that I think would be a good idea would to have an estimated time to make each recipe from start to finish so that if I need a quick recipe I can scan the pages for one that takes less time. Other than that I highly recommend the book. For starters, try the sweet, tart, and spicy shrimp and cucumber salad. For the main course, try the grilled asian flank steak with sweet slaw. To finish things off with a sweet dessert, try the lemon ice cream sandwiches with blueberry swirl. Bon appetit!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Elena

    I won this book through a Goodreads giveaway. I feel so lucky, because it is absolutely wonderful! It's edited really well with a nice mix of quick/easy and more time-consuming recipes, beautiful pictures, and easy to follow instructions. I'll update this review as I make some of the dishes! :) Recipe 1: Triple Chocolate Cookies. These were a big crowd pleaser! The recipe called for 1/4 cupfuls on the cookie sheet, but I'll probably make mine smaller next time. A suggestion in the cookbook is to I won this book through a Goodreads giveaway. I feel so lucky, because it is absolutely wonderful! It's edited really well with a nice mix of quick/easy and more time-consuming recipes, beautiful pictures, and easy to follow instructions. I'll update this review as I make some of the dishes! :) Recipe 1: Triple Chocolate Cookies. These were a big crowd pleaser! The recipe called for 1/4 cupfuls on the cookie sheet, but I'll probably make mine smaller next time. A suggestion in the cookbook is to make them with bourbon soaked cherries to break up the flavor. Um, YUM. I totally want to try that the next time I make them.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lori Grecco

    As a frequent visitor to the Epicurious website, I was thrilled to see that they were finally putting out a cookbook and I am happy to say that this book does not disappoint. I have read the recipes from cover to cover and have already bookmarked more than three-quarters of them to try! I like the seasonal layout for the recipes and the authors have clearly worked hard to include a broad sampling of foods including breakfast, starters, breads, desserts and a mix of vegetarian, fish, poultry and As a frequent visitor to the Epicurious website, I was thrilled to see that they were finally putting out a cookbook and I am happy to say that this book does not disappoint. I have read the recipes from cover to cover and have already bookmarked more than three-quarters of them to try! I like the seasonal layout for the recipes and the authors have clearly worked hard to include a broad sampling of foods including breakfast, starters, breads, desserts and a mix of vegetarian, fish, poultry and other meat main dishes. The "menus and recipes for any occasion" section in the back was a nice touch as well.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Melody Chaney

    I won this book through the giveaways, and was SO excited. I have used the Epicurious app in the past, and really like it! The great thing about Epicurious is the recipes make you feel and look like a five star chef! Yet all are relatively simple to cook. I'm someone who usually likes to google. Ill think i want some peanut butter cookies and google for a recipe. The problem then is I'm lost the next time I want the same thing. This cookbook alleviates that problem- it's got all of my favorites I won this book through the giveaways, and was SO excited. I have used the Epicurious app in the past, and really like it! The great thing about Epicurious is the recipes make you feel and look like a five star chef! Yet all are relatively simple to cook. I'm someone who usually likes to google. Ill think i want some peanut butter cookies and google for a recipe. The problem then is I'm lost the next time I want the same thing. This cookbook alleviates that problem- it's got all of my favorites ready to be dog eared, splattered, and battered!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Robert Hudder

    Wow. Unfortunately this cookbook read like a collection of different people's good recipes loosely organized. It offers no insight into the website, the users of the website or the food and recipes included. It has definitely peaked my interest in writing a blog post in defence of the cookbook. It only takes a recipe book for me to see what I value in my cookbook collection and why. I have tried some of the recipes. They are all good. The book is unnecessary. Wow. Unfortunately this cookbook read like a collection of different people's good recipes loosely organized. It offers no insight into the website, the users of the website or the food and recipes included. It has definitely peaked my interest in writing a blog post in defence of the cookbook. It only takes a recipe book for me to see what I value in my cookbook collection and why. I have tried some of the recipes. They are all good. The book is unnecessary.

  14. 4 out of 5

    E

    Great great cook book. If you are an uber heavy user of Epicurious.com you don't need to buy this book because these are really some of their best recipes (the site often features them.) I only give it 4 stars because if you use the same recipes on the site you get the user reviews and recommendations. Seriously, these recipes are great and since they are the top rated recipes of the site, they do come out every time. Great great cook book. If you are an uber heavy user of Epicurious.com you don't need to buy this book because these are really some of their best recipes (the site often features them.) I only give it 4 stars because if you use the same recipes on the site you get the user reviews and recommendations. Seriously, these recipes are great and since they are the top rated recipes of the site, they do come out every time.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sydney

    This is far and away one of the best cookbook investments I’ve made. I bought this when I was living abroad for half a year and left all my own cookbooks at home (cooking off a laptop screen is harder than I thought it would be). In here are some fantastic burger recipes, gluten-free cake, and my favorite recipes for mussels. This is for beginners and the most well-trained chef, including both instructions for basics and traditional fare turned on its head.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Gina Enk

    Five stars for this cookbook, although four forks would definitely be more appropriate! Epicurious has delivered a fabulous cookbook that finds the perfect balance between Epicurious member's recipes and recipes from professionals. I won this book as a Goodreads first read and I'm looking forward to using it in the kitchen. Five stars for this cookbook, although four forks would definitely be more appropriate! Epicurious has delivered a fabulous cookbook that finds the perfect balance between Epicurious member's recipes and recipes from professionals. I won this book as a Goodreads first read and I'm looking forward to using it in the kitchen.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Norma Campbell

    Great variety and nutritional information for each recipe. I was disappointed with the organization that makes it very frustrating to find recipes. I also expected more pictures of dishes. There are too many steps in the recipes for busy weeknights for my family. I would save them for weekends and special occasions when I have more time to spend in the kitchen.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Natasha A.

    I borrowed this from the public library (I usually do that so I can check them out before I spend money on them) and then went on to buy the ebook. The recipes look amazing. There is a good balance of beginner/easy to the more complex/advanced. My only complaint is I feel there are just not enough pictures.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Ashlock

    Okay, I don't know if it's cheating to include a cookbook for my reading challenge, but I'll take what I can get. This is an excellent cookbook--ranging from various levels of difficulty. Most importantly, it has full-page photos! My favorite part? Many of the recipes include a "MAKE AHEAD" box at the bottom, which gives you instructions on making recipes a day or two beforehand. Okay, I don't know if it's cheating to include a cookbook for my reading challenge, but I'll take what I can get. This is an excellent cookbook--ranging from various levels of difficulty. Most importantly, it has full-page photos! My favorite part? Many of the recipes include a "MAKE AHEAD" box at the bottom, which gives you instructions on making recipes a day or two beforehand.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Judy

    another goodreads win! The recipes in this book look awesome to try! I can not wait to actually go through some and make some of them. I flipped through and seen a few I will try and the pictures of course always help to make them look yummier!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Deena

    This book is lovely. Epicurious is my go-to website for recipes, and it's nice to have a full color album of some of their best selections. The photos are gorgeous, and I'm sure it will soon be a well-thumbed copy in my kitchen. This book is lovely. Epicurious is my go-to website for recipes, and it's nice to have a full color album of some of their best selections. The photos are gorgeous, and I'm sure it will soon be a well-thumbed copy in my kitchen.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Beka

    Lots of nice recipes and yummy pictures.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Katy

    Nice book, great recipes. Hope to make most of them eventually.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Felicia

    I just received this book from the First Reads and I am so excited to use it! I just skimmed through it and the pictures are beautiful and the recipes sound delicious.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    Love this book, tons of great recipes.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Jane

    Some wonderful recipes in this book.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kim

    Flavorful, creative recipes, organized by seasonal ingredient. A winner!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Liz De Coster

    Not much here you can't find on the website. Not much here you can't find on the website.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kitty

    I just really don't like the layout I couldn't finish it I just really don't like the layout I couldn't finish it

  30. 4 out of 5

    lisa

    Someday I will muster the energy to try some of these recipes, but I will NOT use as much cream as they call for.

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