SIMPLE FARE SPRING AND SUMMER

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Simple Fare

Author : Karen Mordechai
ISBN : 9781683350231
Genre : Cooking
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Simple Fare: Spring/Summer is a beautifully illustrated cookbook featuring seasonal, market-driven fare that encourages readers to cook simply and intuitively. Karen Mordechai of the acclaimed Brooklyn-based food community Sunday Suppers shares her meals for cooking at home and her studio. The recipes are designed to excite and inspire, each offering 3 to 5 alternate ingredients that can be used in the same preparation. A smoked beet panzanella with purple kale, radicchio and ricotta, for example, suggests a carrot, mizuna, watercress, and yogurt adaptation or tomato, arugula, purple basil, and burrata, allowing the reader flexibility depending on what is fresh at the market. The food is approachable but decidedly nuanced, balancing unexpected flavor profiles with beautiful presentations. With 68 recipes and 97 variations, Simple Fare is an oversize, distinctively designed kitchen essential of more than 165 seasonal recipes. This book is a valuable resource for avid cooks and beginners alike. Volume two of the series, Simple Fare: Fall/Winter will be available in September 2017.
Category: Cooking

Becoming Whole

Author : Meg Wolff
ISBN : 9781430309611
Genre : Health & Fitness
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In the fall of 1999, 41-year-old Meg Wolff was dying of breast cancer. She had fought the good fight; mastectomy, chemotherapy, and radiation but none of the treatments were expected to save her life. Meg had already proven that she was a fighter and that she wanted desperately to live. Eight years earlier she was diagnosed with bone cancer and had her leg amputated. Now Meg was ready to fight again; armed with a macrobiotic diet and a determination to control how she would live or die. This is an incredible story of a courageous womanâÂÂs fight to take back her life, restore her marriage, and heal herself physically and emtionally. Her story is inspiring and her message is enlightening.
Category: Health & Fitness

Festive Fare

Author : Carol Boker
ISBN : 1879958260
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 24.30 MB
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Spring is the time when everyone heads outdoors & no one wants to think about heavy meals & hours spent in the kitchen. This heart-warming collection provides the perfect incentive for dining outdoors. So pack the basket, stack the cooler, don the casual attire, & meet friends & family for outdoor activities ranging from a Mother's Day picnic to a tailgate party. As an added bonus, all recipes are light in fat, in number of ingredients, in preparation time, & most importantly, light on your wallet. As a bonus, writers from around the country provide remembrances of outdoor activities, which will inspire you to make your own. For orders: Wimmer Cookbook Distribution 800-727-1034.
Category: Cooking

Love Strong As Death

Author : J.I. Little
ISBN : 9781554587353
Genre : Social Science
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A transcription of Lucy Peel’s wonderfully readable journal was recently discovered in her descendent’s house in Norwich, England. Sent in regular installments to her transatlantic relatives, the journal presents an intimate narrative of Lucy’s Canadian sojourn with her husband, Edmund Peel, an officer on leave from the British navy. Her daily entries begin with their departure as a young, newlywed couple from the shores of England in 1833 and end with their decision to return to the comforts of home after three and a half years of hard work as pioneer settlers. Lucy Peel’s evocative diary focuses on the semi-public world of family and community in Lower Canada’s Eastern Townships, and fulfils the same role as Susanna Moodie’s writings had for the Upper Canadian frontier. Though their perspective was from a small, privileged sector of society, these genteel women writers were sharp observers of their social and natural surroundings, and they provide valuable insights into the ideology and behaviour of the social class that dominated the Canadian colonies during the pre-Rebellion era. Women’s voices are rarely heard in the official records that comprise much of the historical archives. Lucy Peel’s intensely romantic journal reveals how crucially important domesticity was to the local British officials. Lucy Peel’s diary, like those of such counterparts as Catherine Parr Traill, also suggests that genteel women were better prepared for their role in the New World than Canadian historians have generally assumed.
Category: Social Science

Modern Italian Cooking

Author : Biba Caggiano
ISBN : 9780671754457
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 83.68 MB
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Biba Caggiano has perfected the art of modern Italian cooking without sacrificing any of the sensuous pleasures associated with Italian cuisine. These 200 recipes, presented in simple, step-by-step instructions, feature fresh ingredients and lighter sauces. Includes a section on pastas that can be prepared in 20 minutes or less. Line drawings throughout.
Category: Cooking

After The Summer Rain

Author : Gerri Hill
ISBN : 9781642471526
Genre : Fiction
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Workaholic Erin Ryder was on the fast track to self-destruction. Reeling after her lover walked out on her, she turned to booze and caffeine to make it through each day. After a family intervention, she finds herself on a remote ranch in New Mexico—on womyn’s land—to detox and heal. No cell service, no Internet—she’s convinced she won’t last three days, much less for the three-month sentence her father has mandated. Running from the chaos that had become her life, Melanie West moved to Eagle Bluff Ranch seven years ago. By far the youngest there, she embraced the compassionate, peaceful life that the elders espoused. Living off what her garden produced, her chickens and goats became her friends and confidants. Exposure to the outside world was limited to the handful of guests who stayed a few days at the ranch each year. This summer would be different. Melanie found herself hosting a young woman for three months. A young woman who wanted to be anywhere but there. As the days and weeks passed, their animosity turned to friendship as they helped the other heal from their past failures. Erin soon found herself loving life on Mel’s little farm. Loving life and loving Mel. Saying goodbye would be the hardest thing she had to do—saying goodbye to Mel…or saying goodbye to her previous life.
Category: Fiction

Market Fare

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ISBN : 9780578019857
Genre : Cooking
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Category: Cooking

Outpost

Author : Ann Aguirre
ISBN : 9781250031402
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Deuce's whole world has changed. Down below, she was considered an adult. Now, topside in a town called Salvation, she's a brat in need of training in the eyes of the townsfolk. She doesn't fit in with the other girls: Deuce only knows how to fight. To make matters worse, her Hunter partner, Fade, keeps Deuce at a distance. Her feelings for Fade haven't changed, but he seems not to want her around anymore. Confused and lonely, she starts looking for a way out. Deuce signs up to serve in the summer patrols—those who make sure the planters can work the fields without danger. It should be routine, but things have been changing on the surface, just as they did below ground. The Freaks have grown smarter. They're watching. Waiting. Planning. The monsters don't intend to let Salvation survive, and it may take a girl like Deuce to turn back the tide.
Category: Young Adult Fiction