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Del Mar author Woodrow Wilson is marketing his book a new way.

“The Champagne Taste/Beer Budget Cookbook” can now be viewed as an on-line movie. Prepare to feel hungry when you watch the three-minute trailer on You Tube. Wilson narrates a journey through a sequence of appetizing food photos.

The movie complements book extracts and sample recipes offered on the author’s website http://www.woodrow-wilson.com.

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