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Hometown Flavors

Author : VI Phuong Tran
ISBN : 1095089293
Genre :
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For 10+ years, Vi has captured her family's recipes, experimented with modern techniques, and taught cooking classes. Now, you can share in all that she's learned. Immerse yourself in both recipes and their history. Enjoy classics such as Banh Mi to modern Vietnamese-inspired cocktails like the Perilla Mojito. Read about Pho's evolution from the French Invasion through the Vietnam War. Learn what happened - and taste it for yourself - when the Spanish-Indian spice trade came to Vietnam, giving locals a chance to incorporate new spaces into their dishes. You'll get lost in both the cultural journey and the tastes of Vietnam with Vi's cookbook.
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Iowa S Hometown Flavors

Author : Donna Tabbert Long
ISBN : 1931599548
Genre : Travel
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Experience fantastic flavors with this guide to Iowa's culinary joys and gems. Donna Tabbert Long will take you to cozy cafes, spicy ethnic eateries, meat markets, and old-fashioned bakeries. Visit charming family-run places and try German hazelnut paste with milk chocolate dusted in Dutch cocoa or key lime ice cream layered with whipped vanilla mousse, and much more,
Category: Travel

Wisconsin S Hometown Flavors

Author : Terese Allen
ISBN : 1931599203
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 61.25 MB
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Wisconsin's rich and diverse ethnic heritage is expressed most robustly in its food traditions. Here, Terese Allen takes us on a sumptuous tour, visiting family-run bakeries, country meat markets, prizewinning cheese factories, and beloved confection shops. We meet the people behind the foods, hear their interesting stories, and come away with some of their favorite recipes. For people who love to eat, cook, and travel, this book is the ultimate companion for both kitchen and car.
Category: Cooking

Mapping Modern Beijing

Author : Weijie Song
ISBN : 9780190200671
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Mapping Modern Beijing investigates the five methods of representing Beijing-a warped hometown, a city of snapshots and manners, an aesthetic city, an imperial capital in comparative and cross-cultural perspective, and a displaced city on the Sinophone and diasporic postmemory-by authors travelling across mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and overseas Sinophone and non-Chinese communities. The metamorphosis of Beijing's everyday spaces and the structural transformation of private and public emotions unfold Manchu writer Lao She's Beijing complex about a warped native city. Zhang Henshui's popular snapshots of fleeting shocks and everlasting sorrows illustrate his affective mapping of urban transition and human manners in Republican Beijing. Female poet and architect Lin Huiyin captures an aesthetic and picturesque city vis-�-vis the political and ideological urban planning. The imagined imperial capital constructed in bilingual, transcultural, and comparative works by Lin Yutang, Princess Der Ling, and Victor Segalen highlights the pleasures and pitfalls of collecting local knowledge and presenting Orientalist and Cosmopolitan visions. In the shadow of World Wars and Cold War, a multilayered displaced Beijing appears in the Sinophone postmemory by diasporic Beijing native Liang Shiqiu, Taiwan sojourners Zhong Lihe and Lin Haiyin, and �migr� martial arts novelist Jin Yong in Hong Kong. Weijie Song situates Beijing in a larger context of modern Chinese-language urban imaginations, and charts the emotional topography of the city against the backdrop of the downfall of the Manchu Empire, the rise of modern nation-state, the 1949 great divide, and the formation of Cold War and globalizing world. Drawing from literary canons to exotic narratives, from modernist poetry to chivalric fantasy, from popular culture to urban planning, Song explores the complex nexus of urban spaces, archives of emotions, and literary topography of Beijing in its long journey from imperial capital to Republican city and to socialist metropolis.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Flavor Of Wisconsin

Author : Harva Hachten
ISBN : 9780870205538
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 27.87 MB
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The Wisconsin Historical Society published Harva Hachten's The Flavor of Wisconsin in 1981. It immediately became an invaluable resource on Wisconsin foods and foodways. This updated and expanded edition explores the multitude of changes in the food culture since the 1980s. It will find new audiences while continuing to delight the book’s many fans. And it will stand as a legacy to author Harva Hachten, who was at work on the revised edition at the time of her death in April 2006. While in many ways the first edition of The Flavor of Wisconsin has stood the test of time very well, food-related culture and business have changed immensely in the twenty-five years since its publication. Well-known regional food expert and author Terese Allen examines aspects of food, cooking, and eating that have changed or emerged since the first edition, including the explosion of farmers' markets; organic farming and sustainability; the "slow food" movement; artisanal breads, dairy, herb growers, and the like; and how relatively recent immigrants have contributed to Wisconsin's remarkably rich food scene.
Category: Cooking

Hometown Harvest Cookbook

Author : Gooseberry Patch
ISBN : 9781620931004
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 46.22 MB
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Over 200 delicious recipes for all your autumn events, this cookbook is sure to become a go-to for years to come. Short on time? Don't worry! There's an entire chapter dedicated to all your slow-cooker fall favorites...ready in the blink of an eye.
Category: Cooking

Hometown Christmas Cookbook

Author : Gooseberry Patch
ISBN : 9781620931011
Genre : Cooking
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Over 200 scrumptious recipes for every holiday occasion. Short on time? Don't worry! There's a whole chapter dedicated to all your slow-cooker holiday favorites...ready in the twinkling of an eye. Plus, a full chapter dedicated to heartwarming memories of holidays past...perfect paired with a steamy mug of cocoa, a cozy couch and snow falling softly outside!
Category: Cooking

Her Hometown Reporter

Author : KD Fleming
ISBN : 9781460381649
Genre : Fiction
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TOBY HENDRICKS HAS THE INSIDE SCOOP ON GINA LAWSON The reporter is looking for a story that'll be his ticket out of his small Georgia town. With her political connections, legal assistant Gina Lawson could help Toby realize his aspirations. Their friendship is just an added bonus, but falling in love isn't part of his five-year plan. Gina's devoted to her family and community, and doesn't plan to ever leave. Though she finds her favorite reporter maddeningly irresistible, she must guard her heart. But when a betrayal of trust threatens to shatter both their dreams, will Gina and Toby learn that they share the same values after all?
Category: Fiction

Great Lakes And Midwest Catalog

Author : Partners Book Distributing
ISBN : UOM:39015071443116
Genre : Booksellers' catalogs
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Annals Of Iowa

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105133503982
Genre : Iowa
File Size : 36.41 MB
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Category: Iowa

Madison Magazine

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ISBN : WISC:89082348889
Genre : Madison (Wis.)
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Category: Madison (Wis.)

Flavors From Home

Author : Aimee Zaring
ISBN : 9780813160931
Genre : Cooking
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Each year, the United States legally resettles tens of thousands of refugees who have fled their homelands. Refugees, unlike economic migrants, are forced to leave their countries of origin or are driven out by violence or persecution. As these individuals and their families struggle to adapt to a new culture, the kitchen often becomes one of the few places where they are able to return "home." Preparing native cuisine is one way they can find comfort in an unfamiliar land, retain their customs, reconnect with their past, and preserve a sense of identity. In Flavors from Home, Aimee Zaring shares fascinating and moving stories of courage, perseverance, and self-reinvention from Kentucky's resettled refugees. Each chapter features a different person or family and includes carefully selected recipes. These traditional dishes have nourished both body and soul for people like Huong "CoCo" Tran, who fled South Vietnam in 1975 when Communist troops invaded Saigon, or Kamala Pati Subedi, who was stripped of his citizenship and forced out of Bhutan because of political and religious persecution. Whether shared at farmers' markets, restaurants, community festivals, or simply among friends and neighbors, these native dishes contribute to the ongoing evolution of American comfort food just as the refugees themselves are redefining what it means to be American. Featuring more than forty recipes from around the globe, Flavors from Home reaches across the table to explore the universal language of food.
Category: Cooking

America S Top Restaurants 2009

Author : Bill Corsello
ISBN : 160478007X
Genre : Travel
File Size : 74.2 MB
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Rates the best dining experiences around the country with reviews of restaurants in over twenty-five cities.
Category: Travel

Down In Houston

Author : Roger Wood
ISBN : UOM:39015056435525
Genre : Music
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In the clubs, ballrooms, and barbecue joints of neighborhoods such as Third Ward, Frenchtown, Sunnyside, and Double Bayou, Houston's African American community birthed a vibrant and unique slice of the blues. Ranging from the down-home sounds of Lightnin' Hopkins to the more refined orchestrations of the Duke-Peacock recording empire and beyond, Houston blues was and is the voice of a working-class community, an ongoing conversation about good times and hard times, smokin' Saturday nights and Blue Mondays. Since 1995, Roger Wood and James Fraher have been gathering the story of the blues in Houston. In this book, they draw on dozens of interviews with blues musicians, club owners, audience members, and music producers, as well as dramatic black-and-white photographs of performers and venues, to present a lovingly detailed portrait of the Houston blues scene, past and present. Going back to the early days with Lightnin' Hopkins, they follow the blues from the streets of Houston's Third and Fifth Wards to its impact on the wider American blues scene. Along the way, they remember the vigorous blues community that sprang up after World War II, mourn its decline in the Civil Rights era, and celebrate the lively, if sometimes overlooked, blues culture that still calls Houston home. Wood and Fraher conclude the book with an unforgettable reunion of Houston blues legends that they held on January 3, 1998.
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The Flavors Of The Florida Keys

Author : Linda Gassenheimer
ISBN : 9780802119537
Genre : Cooking
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Presents a collection of more than two hundred recipes using Caribbean seafood and seasonal ingredients found in the Florida Keys, with stories about local culinary traditions behind the dishes.
Category: Cooking

1001 Recipes From Your Favorite Hometown Newspaper

Author : Aileen Claire
ISBN : 0517427028
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 42.87 MB
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A collection of recipes, culled from newspapers across the country, presents a full array of dishes, from appetizers to desserts
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5 Western Hometown Daily Newspapers

Author : Hometown Daily Newspapers of the West
ISBN : STANFORD:36105002115629
Genre : Advertising, Newspaper
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Category: Advertising, Newspaper