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A Strand Of Pearls

Author : Delores J. Howard
ISBN : 9781449757915
Genre : Poetry
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A warm hello to all! Come on in and sit a spell. Are you thirsty--hungry? We have living water, the milk of the word, veggies, meat, and a delightful array of treats. Enjoy all the savory dishes for there's something here for everyone. Th ere are poems to fi ll the hungriest of souls and some to satisfy even the most discerning tastes. Before you eat, please permit me to ask God's blessings upon the "food" and to bless and nourish you as only HE can do. May we thank Him for all His love and care, (physically and spiritually). As we feast on more assorted stories found in God's Word, we'll also savor the experiences of those who've shared our world, and those who have touched me and mine personally. Until then, dive in, while your spirits are good and hot! Bon Appetite! -Delores
Category: Poetry

Look Who S Cooking

Author : Jennifer Rachel Dutch
ISBN : 9781496818782
Genre : Cooking
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Home cooking is a multibillion-dollar industry that includes cookbooks, kitchen gadgets, high-end appliances, specialty ingredients, and more. Cooking-themed programming flourishes on television, inspiring a wide array of celebrity chef-branded goods even as self-described "foodies" seek authenticity by pickling, preserving, and canning foods in their own home kitchens. Despite this, claims that "no one has time to cook anymore" are common, lamenting the slow extinction of traditional American home cooking in the twenty-first century. In Look Who's Cooking: The Rhetoric of American Home Cooking Traditions in the Twenty-First Century, author Jennifer Rachel Dutch explores the death of home cooking, revealing how modern changes transformed cooking at home from an odious chore into a concept imbued with deep meanings associated with home, family, and community. Drawing on a wide array of texts--cookbooks, advertising, YouTube videos, and more--Dutch analyzes the many manifestations of traditional cooking in America today. She argues that what is missing from the discourse around home cooking is an understanding of skills and recipes as a form of folklore. Dutch's research reveals that home cooking is a powerful vessel that Americans fill with meaning because it represents both the continuity of the past and adaptability to the present. Home cooking is about much more than what is for dinner; it's about forging a connection to the past, displaying the self in the present, and leaving a lasting legacy for the future.
Category: Cooking


Author : Deirdre Purcell
ISBN : 9780755380329
Genre : Fiction
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To find happiness, they must reconcile the past and present... Pearl is a moving and powerfully engaging story of three sisters, marked by a family tragedy, from acclaimed author Deirdre Purcell. Perfect for fans of Maeve Binchy and Catherine Dunne. 'A sweeping love story... Fans of Purcell are bound to welcome Pearl into their lives like an old friend, and will enjoy catching up' - Irish Independent In 1920s' rural Ireland, Pearl Somers lives happily with her parents, her sisters Opal and Ruby, and her little brother Willie, in the gate lodge of Kilnashone Castle, where her father is chauffeur to Lord and Lady Areton. But one dreadful night, a series of dramatic events unfold and the lives of all - elite and ordinary - are changed forever. Over 40 years later, Pearl has become a successful writer. Yet there is one story she has never told, until her young cousin Catherine confesses a secret of her own that opens a door to Pearl's past - one she thought had been firmly sealed forever. When Catherine discovers Pearl's story of heartbreak and yearning, she determines to do her best to reconcile past and present. But is it too late for Pearl to find her own happy ending? What readers are saying about Pearl: 'A unique story line [with] rich characters' 'Tragic, yet enchanting. A totally different kind of love story; not clichéd or predictable but unique and beautiful' 'Five stars'
Category: Fiction

Pearl S Story

Author : India Millar
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Pearl. The youngest of the beautiful Beardsley sisters. The girl who was abused by her mother. Hated by her middle sister. Thrown out into the street by her eldest sister. The girl who went from being a servant to a whore to one of the richest women in London. Pearl´s tale is the reflection of all her sisters lives, as well as her own. The nightmare side of family life; a story of conflict between sisters and between mother and daughter. Pearl´s story starts with the tragedy of death and ends in triumph, in spite of everything that life and her sisters can throw at her. A life where nothing, nothing at all, is ordinary. A life where nothing is quite as it seems. Cinderella? Pearl's story is like no fairy take you ever read! Pearl's is a sizzling story of love, life and relationships, that will make your pulses race.
Category: Family & Relationships

Pearl S Kitchen

Author : Pearl Bailey
ISBN : UOM:39015049673760
Genre : African American cooking
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One hundred of Pearl Bailey's favorite recipes are interspersed with personal anecdotes and views on child-rearing, entertaining, and housekeeping
Category: African American cooking

Pearls Of Kitchen Wisdom

Author : Deborah S. Tukua
ISBN : 1585742074
Genre : Cooking
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Filled with useful advice on a wide range of kitchen-related household chores, this collection of helpful hints helps readers cook, clean, can, and serve guests in style, without breaking the bank. Lit Guild & Country Homes & Gardens Bks Club.
Category: Cooking

Hollywood Beauty

Author : Ronald L. Davis
ISBN : 9780806186962
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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At fifteen, Linda Darnell left her Texas home and normal adolescence to live the Hollywood dream promoted by fan magazine and studio publicity offices. She appeared in dozens of films and won international acclaim for Blood and Sand (playing opposite Tyrone Power), Forever Amber, A Letter to Three Wives, and the original version of Unfaithfully Yours. Driven by a stage mother to become rich and Famous, but unable to cope with the career she had longed for as a child, Darnell soon was caught in a downward spiral of drinking, failed marriages, and exploitive relationships. By her early twenties she was an alcoholic, hardened by a life in which beautiful women were chattel, and by the time of her death at age forty- one, she was struggling for recognition in the industry that once had called her its "glory girl.” Hollywood Beauty begins in the Southwest during the Depression, when Pearl Darnell became obsessed by the glitter of the movie world that would dominate her children’s lives. We follow Linda’s path from her Texas childhood and first public success–during the state centennial, in 1936–through her contract work with Twentieth Century-Fox in the heyday of the big-studio system. Film historian Ronald L. Davis documents Darnell’s discovery and marriages, the adoption of her daughter, the marking of many well-known films, and her emotional difficulties, leading up to her tragic death by fire. This is the story of a native teenager from a dysfunctional middle-class family thrust into the golden age of Hollywood. Hollywood Beauty examines America’s public worship of movie stars and superficial success–its motives and consequences–and the addiction to escapism that this worship represents.
Category: Biography & Autobiography


Author : Cheryl Mendelson
ISBN : 1439188564
Genre : House & Home
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For Cheryl Mendelson, laundering is the best part of housekeeping. It’s full of physical pleasures—the look of favorite clothes restored to freshness and beauty, the tactile satisfaction of crisp linens in beautifully folded stacks. Good laundering preserves things you love and protects your pocketbook. It doesn’t take much time or effort. What it takes is knowledge, and Laundry is the comprehensive, entertaining, and inspiring book on the art of laundering. Culled from the bestselling Home Comforts, with revised and updated information and a new introduction, Laundry is an indispensable guide to caring for all the cloth in one’s home: from kitchen rags to bedding, hand-washables, and baby clothes to vintage linens. Mendelson offers detailed guidance on when to disregard labels, removing stains, making environmentally informed choices, sewing, and storing clothing and fabrics. A much-needed antidote to the standard-issue how-to manual, Laundry celebrates the satisfactions of ironing, folding, and caring for clothes and linens. Both pragmatic and eloquent, Mendelson provides beginning and veteran homemakers with a seamless combination of reliable instruction, time-tested advice, and fascinating personal narrative. As a farm girl in Pennsylvania, Mendelson—who is a philosopher, lawyer, and professor, as well as a homemaker, wife, and mother—received a classic domestic education from her grandmothers, aunts, and mother. Laundry combines the best of the traditional lore they taught her with the latest in technical and scientific information. Writing with infectious love and respect for her subject, Mendelson is sure to instill in readers a newfound affection and appreciation for the art of laundering.
Category: House & Home

The Serpent And The Pearl

Author : Kate Quinn
ISBN : 9781101624944
Genre : Fiction
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One powerful family holds a city, a faith, and a woman in its grasp—from the national bestselling author of Daughters of Rome and Mistress of Rome. Rome, 1492. The Holy City is drenched with blood and teeming with secrets. A pope lies dying and the throne of God is left vacant, a prize awarded only to the most virtuous—or the most ruthless. The Borgia family begins its legendary rise, chronicled by an innocent girl who finds herself drawn into their dangerous web… Vivacious Giulia Farnese has floor-length golden hair and the world at her feet: beauty, wealth, and a handsome young husband. But she is stunned to discover that her glittering marriage is a sham, and she is to be given as a concubine to the ruthless, charismatic Cardinal Borgia: Spaniard, sensualist, candidate for Pope—and passionately in love with her. Two trusted companions will follow her into the Pope's shadowy harem: Leonello, a cynical bodyguard bent on bloody revenge against a mysterious killer, and Carmelina, a fiery cook with a past full of secrets. But as corruption thickens in the Vatican and the enemies begin to circle, Giulia and her friends will need all their wits to survive in the world of the Borgias.
Category: Fiction

A Pearl Of The Realm

Author : Anna L. Glyn
ISBN : OSU:32435001356963
Genre : Great Britain
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Category: Great Britain

Arthur S Home Magazine

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ISBN : IND:32000000693434
Genre : Literature, Modern
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Category: Literature, Modern

Pearls And Dragons

Author : Susan Graham
ISBN : UOM:39015065713276
Genre : East Asia
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Category: East Asia

Red Pearls

Author : Merlin Moore Taylor
Genre : Adventure stories, American
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Category: Adventure stories, American

I Am In Urgent Need Of Advice

Author : Josephine Lawrence
ISBN : MINN:319510021052190
Genre : Families
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A season in the life of an American family when the feminine members depend overly much on the counsel of outsiders. A comedy.
Category: Families

Rescue On The Rio Lilah Book 2 In Finding Home Series

Author : Verna Clay
Genre : Fiction
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Finding Home Series: Cry of the West: Hallie Rescue on the Rio: Lilah Missouri Challenge: Daisy Rush Garrett has been hired by his friends, Cooper and Hallie Jerome (book one), to find Hallie's sister, Lilah, and persuade her to return to Oregon with him. The sisters parted ways twenty years earlier and Hallie longs to be reunited with her only sibling. Lilah Parker yearns for her family, but in her infrequent letters to her sister Hallie, she has lied about her occupation. Her sister believes her to be a seamstress, when, in truth, she is a wealthy man's mistress. Lilah's shame and fear that she will be disowned by her loved ones causes her to reject Rush's offer of escort to Oregon. However, fate has other plans for these mismatched lovers as they travel from New Orleans to the Willamette Valley in Oregon. Oh, and along the way, Lilah gets kidnapped by bandits. The book can be read as a standalone.
Category: Fiction


Author : JoAnn A. Grote
ISBN : 1586608002
Genre : Fiction
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In 1877, the citizens of Chippewa Falls, Minnesota, are recovering from the devastation of a five-year grasshopper infestation. Throughout the years that follow, countless hardships, trials, and life-threatening dangers will plague the settlers as they struggle for survival amidst the harsh environs and crude conditions of the state's southwest plains. But Chippewa Falls' determined townsfolk, as well as the area's farmers and prairie dwellers, refuse to admit defeat on the edge of America's frontier. The community comes together - fighting the elements of the majestic Minnesota landscape to build a place for themselves and their families for generations to come. Against this challenging backdrop and across the span of the next two decades, four young women - Laurina, Millicent, Pearl, and Amy - each find a faith that sustains them in the tough, uncertain times...a joy that surpasses all understanding..and the love of a man that compels them to stay.
Category: Fiction

Hilda And Pearl

Author : Alice Mattison
ISBN : UOM:39015034024508
Genre : Fiction
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Frances, a lonely adolescent, never questions the closeness of her mother, Hilda, and her aunt Pearl, but there are many unanswered questions and unexplained tensions, and her everyday world is gradually touched by tragedy as the past is revealed.
Category: Fiction