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THE TEST COOK SUPERCUT: How Cecelia Reached the Perfect Cuban Sandwich Recipe

In our brand new series, The Test Cook, Cook's Country editor Cecelia Jenkins came up with an incredible recipe for the perfect Cuban sandwich. Now you can watch each phase of recipe development in one supercut video!

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Get the Cuban Sandwich recipe: https://cooks.io/31MDqjY

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