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Skinny Meals In Heels

Author : Jennifer Joyce
ISBN : 9781451685084
Genre : Cooking
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Bestselling author and sensational food stylist Jennifer Joyce shares quick, delicious, and healthy cooking for busy lives—made easy and fun. Make no mistake, Skinny Meals in Heels is not a diet book. Nor is it a mundane “health” cookbook stripped of most of the flavor and all the fun. Picture instead a collection of quick, mouthwatering recipes that happen to be low in fat. It’s all about healthy meets delicious, with aromatic herbs, spice pastes, and chilies to flavor dishes instead of butter or cream, and baking replaces frying. Most of the 130 recipes inside can be made in thirty minutes or under an hour. They vary from skinny snacks, like Oven-Dried Root Vegetable Crisps, to comforting dishes, like Pork Scaloppine with Lemon-Wine Sauce. Sweets are here too, with details on how to make fat-free frozen yogurt and cocoa meringue kisses. Quick, delicious, and healthy is the new cooking mantra. So cook your friends and family a guilt-free, glamorous meal, and don’t forget a glass of wine. (P.S.: It doesn’t matter if you’re wearing heels or slippers.)
Category: Cooking

Meals In Heels

Author : Jennifer Joyce
ISBN : 9781742662220
Genre : Cooking
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Want to be the hostess with the mostest? Acclaimed London-based American food writer and stylist Jennifer Joyce will show you how. Drawing on her many years of successful soirees and laid-back lunches, Jennifer will teach readers how to plan, cook and present with style and ease. Most importantly this book will ensure you have time to slip on your heels, pop on your lippy and have a martini in hand when guests arrive. Meals in Heels is packed with time-saving tips, show-stopping recipes and glamorous illustrations.
Category: Cooking

My Street Food Kitchen

Author : Jennifer Joyce
ISBN : 9781925267617
Genre : Cooking
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Jennifer Joyce presents a selection of 'street food' recipes from around the globe, the flavour-filled, exotic foods 'to go' that we may have bought from hawkers or markets on our overseas travels, or that we purchase from our local takeaway or food truck. With this book, we can whip up a rich variety of international street food ourselves, creating dishes that are quick and easy to prepare, and which are often cheaper and usually much healthier than the bought variety. A collection of 150 dishes (organised into chapters by country) draws together recipes for mouth-watering tacos, burgers, curries, souvlaki, gozleme, noodles and dumplings, ceviche, pizza and many more. Clever shortcuts like spice pastes and modern cooking methods (for example, using a pressure cooker to create meltingly tender meat in a snap) mean the majority of dishes can be prepared and served in a really timely and efficient way for relaxed weekday eating.
Category: Cooking

Killer Heels

Author : Rebecca Chance
ISBN : 9780857204875
Genre : Fiction
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From the boardroom to the bedroom, the catwalk to the kerbside… Starry-eyed ingénue Coco Raeburnis passionately ambitious. She will do anything - and anyone - to get her own editorship at a top fashion magazine. And her ruthless boss Victoria Glossop, editor at top UK fashion magazine Style, will do everything in her power to stop her… But Victoria has her own ambitions - she wants the top job at Style's US headquarters, and nothing will come between her and her dream. Uber-svengaliJacob Dupleix, media magnate, owner of Style, and one of the most powerful men in New York and London, is used to controlling all he sees. But when Victoria demands that he give her the US Style editorship, he gives in, little realizing that his empire could be about to fall apart. In New York, mentor and voice of calm in a storm, Mereillewatches the shifts of power with detached amusement. If only they knew quite how much power she could wield if she had to…
Category: Fiction

Swinging From My Heels

Author : Christina Kim
ISBN : 9781608190881
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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An account of the 2009 season by the colorful golf champion and member of the U.S. Solheim Cup team shares her personal ups and downs while touring, describes her relationships with teammates and reveals the political and sexual factors that are affecting the game today.
Category: Sports & Recreation

My Asian Kitchen

Author : Jennifer Joyce
ISBN : 9781760636708
Genre : Cooking
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Jennifer Joyce: Jennifer Joyce is a successful American food writer, stylist and chef living in London. Her ten cookbooks, written for the US and UK markets, create mouth-watering dishes that are brought to life in stunning photographs. Jennifer is a regular contributor to UK publications including Olive, BBC Good Food, The Guardian newspaper and Waitrose Kitchen magazine. She runs cooking classes at London's Divertimenti as well as Leith's School of Food and Wine and has appeared in TV shows such as Good Morning America and Good Food Live. A modern Asian cookbook: Now, Jennifer Joyce shows how easy it is to create zingy, fresh, healthy Asian flavours at home. From grilled sticky skewers and steak tacos, salads, rice bowls and dumplings, to prawn katsu bao and miso-glazed ribs, My Asian Kitchen is an adventure in the dazzling diversity of modern Asian cooking. Bao buns, pho, sushi, poke bowls, gyoza, ramen and kimchi: Jennifer's exquisitely simple recipes, no-nonsense explanation of ingredients, hand-drawn diagrams and beautiful photographs are all you need to start cooking in your very own Asian Kitchen. If you are a fan of Asian cookbooks such as Asian After Work, Complete Asian Cookbook, Thai Street Food, Lucky Peach or David Chang's Momofuku you will love creating your own mouth-watering Asian dishes with Jennifer Joyce's My Asian Kitchen.
Category: Cooking

Get The Real Skinny On Healthy Weight Loss

Author : Randa Roberts
ISBN : 1983686425
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Get the Real "Skinny" on Healthy Weight Loss: Meal Planner, Recipes, and Shopping Guide is the second book in a series providing information on how to eat right, how to modify one's lifestyle by choosing healthier alternatives in one's dietary consumption, and how many factors can sabotage one's weight loss or weight gain goals. This release builds upon the information provided in the first book, Get the Real "Skinny" on Healthy Weight Loss: Commit to a Lifestyle Modification and Get Results which details the importance of regular exercise or lack thereof; ingredients we eat and or choose to use when cooking often disguised as healthy when they may be toxic; preservatives and how they affect digestion and processing the foods we eat; by refocusing on how we should change our way of thinking when it comes to understanding portion control and suggested serving sizes, and of course preparing foods that are healthy using wholesome ingredients vs. the unhealthy alternatives found in foods that are processed or served in restaurants. This book includes how to focus on planning meals for your family considering your family's weekly schedule, time restraints that may be impacted resulting in providing your family meals which are pre-packaged meals containing excessive numbers of unhealthy additives, preservatives, calories, and things everybody should be more aware of when feeding their family. It helps to identify methods of planning meals, provides recipes including all natural and whole foods, focusing on the overall health and wellness of one's family, and let's not forget about a shopping guide so that consumers can insure they have what they'll need to prepare a meal without discovering an ingredient is missing and therefore we'll just eat this or go somewhere else to grab a meal. I know this guide will be helpful to those who want to make a lifelong change beginning in 2018 that will become a part of life for you and your family for years to come. An excellent resource for busy moms and dads who want to provide the best for their families.

Scotia S Bards

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ISBN : UCAL:B4593531
Genre : English poetry
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Holding The Dream

Author : Nora Roberts
ISBN : 1101146028
Genre : Fiction
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In the second book of Nora Roberts’s Dream Trilogy, the ever practical Kate Powell finds her career sidetracked by a scandal—one that will teach her the value of family, friendship, and love… Surrounded by the sweeping cliffs and beauty of Big Sur, Kate Powell treasured both her life at Templeton House and the family who raised her like one of their own. Although Kate lacked Margo’s beauty and Laura’s elegance, she knew she had something they would never possess—a shrewd head for business. Driven by ambition, Kate measured her life’s success with each soaring promotion. But now faced with professional impropriety, Kate is forced to look deep within herself—only to find something missing in her life...and in her heart. Don't miss the other books in the Dream Trilogy Daring to Dream Finding the Dream
Category: Fiction

The Inland Printer

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ISBN : MINN:31951001898735G
Genre : Printing
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Radical Reinvention

Author : Kaya Oakes
ISBN : 9781619020924
Genre : Religion
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“Turns the typical conceit of the conversion memoir on its head . . . a fascinating window into the world of belief.” —Zyzzyva Magazine As someone who clocked more time in mosh pits and at pro-choice rallies than kneeling in a pew, Kaya Oakes was not necessarily the kind of Catholic girl the Vatican was after. But even while she immersed herself in the punk rock scene and proudly called herself an atheist, something kept pulling her back to the religion of her Irish roots. After running away from the Church for thirty years, Kaya decides to return. Her marriage is under stress, her job is no longer satisfying, and with multiple deaths in her family, a darkness looms large. In spite of her frustration with Catholic conservatism, nothing brings her peace like Mass. After years of searching to no avail for a better religious fit, she realizes that the only way to find harmony—in her faith and her personal life—is to confront the Church she’d left behind. Rebellious and hypercritical, Kaya relearns the catechisms and achieves the sacraments, all while trying to reconcile her liberal beliefs with contemporary Church philosophy. Along the way she meets a group of feisty feminist nuns, a “pray-and-bitch” circle, an all-too handsome Italian priest, and a motley crew of misfits doing their best to find their voices in an outdated institution. This is a story not only of Kaya’s transformation from ex-Catholic to amateur theologian, but ultimately of the cultural and ethical pushes for change that are rocking the world’s largest religion to its core. “Not only treats readers to gorgeous prose, but manages to provide an overview and history of the best of the Catholic faith.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)
Category: Religion

The Love Of My Life

Author : Louise Douglas
ISBN : 9780330509060
Genre : Fiction
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‘I miss him with every breath and heartbeat. He should have been my happy ending. Instead, he is the sad beginning to my story.’ Olivia and Luca Felicone had known each other nearly all their lives, but when they fell in love as teenagers and eloped to London, they broke the hearts of those closest to them. Luca’s parents run Marinella’s restaurant, the colourful hub of life in the otherwise bleak north-eastern seaside town of Watersford, and his mother, Angela, has never forgiven Olivia for causing such a rift in her beloved family. On a freezing January night Olivia’s life is shattered when she learns that Luca has been killed in a car accident on the M1. She is left with nothing, and after suffering from weeks of overwhelming grief, she abandons her job and returns North to where Luca has been buried in Watersford, just to be close to him – even though she knows she will not be welcome at Marinella’s. Olivia’s chance meeting with Luca’s married twin brother, Marc, leads to the realization that he is experiencing a loss almost as painful as her own. Their desolation draws them into an affair which both know has no future, but fills the space where Luca should be. It is a course of action that can only spiral out of control, and when it does, the consequences are both explosive and cruel. The Love of My Life by Louise Douglas is a beautiful novel that portrays both the innocence of childhood, and the dynamics of love and loss with deftness and sensitivity. It is, above all, a stunning debut from an author with a unique and natural narrative voice.
Category: Fiction

Golden Dreams

Author : Kevin Starr
ISBN : 9780199924301
Genre : Social Science
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A narrative tour de force that combines wide-ranging scholarship with captivating prose, Kevin Starr's acclaimed multi-volume Americans and the California Dream is an unparalleled work of cultural history. In this volume, Starr covers the crucial postwar period--1950 to 1963--when the California we know today first burst into prominence. Starr brilliantly illuminates the dominant economic, social, and cultural forces in California in these pivotal years. In a powerful blend of telling events, colorful personalities, and insightful analyses, Starr examines such issues as the overnight creation of the postwar California suburb, the rise of Los Angeles as Super City, the reluctant emergence of San Diego as one of the largest cities in the nation, and the decline of political centrism. He explores the Silent Generation and the emergent Boomer youth cult, the Beats and the Hollywood "Rat Pack," the pervasive influence of Zen Buddhism and other Asian traditions in art and design, the rise of the University of California and the emergence of California itself as a utopia of higher education, the cooling of West Coast jazz, freeway and water projects of heroic magnitude, outdoor life and the beginnings of the environmental movement. More broadly, he shows how California not only became the most populous state in the Union, but in fact evolved into a mega-state en route to becoming the global commonwealth it is today. Golden Dreams continues an epic series that has been widely recognized for its signal contribution to the history of American culture in California. It is a book that transcends its stated subject to offer a wealth of insight into the growth of the Sun Belt and the West and indeed the dramatic transformation of America itself in these pivotal years following the Second World War.
Category: Social Science