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Menu Design à la Carte and by The Book

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Menu Design is a lavishly illustrated book that is literally made to order for designers, whether you design menus or not. It makes for delicious reading, serving up fresh insights from renowned menu engineer Gregg Rapp [http://www.menutechnologies.net]. It also presents a tactile buffet of printing and bindery techniques, all produced on CLASSIC® Papers from Neenah.

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