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The Aww Cooking School For Kids

Author : Australian Women's Weekly Staff
ISBN : 1742453244
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 42.93 MB
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Filled with clear step-by-step instructions for more than 450 recipes and techniques, The AWW Cooking School not only teaches beginners to cook but shows the experienced cook how to improve on their cooking skills. From recipes to know by heart, to roasts, preserves and desserts, this sensational volume is destined to have a permanent place in your kitchen.
Category: Cooking

The Aww Cooking School

Author : Pamela Clark
ISBN : 1742450024
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 83.35 MB
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The ultimate guide for learning to cook step-by-step. The Australian Women's Weekly has been teaching Australia to cook for more than 75 years. All that collective expertise and wisdom has been captured here in one comprehensive book. Filled with clear step-by-step instructions for more than 450 recipes and techniques, The AWW Cooking School not only teaches beginners to cook but shows the experienced cook how to improve on their cooking skills. From recipes to know by heart, to roasts, preserves and desserts, this sensational volume is destined to have a permanent place in your kitchen.
Category: Cooking

The Aww Cooking School For Kids

Author : Australian Women's Weekly Staff
ISBN : 1742453244
Genre :
File Size : 61.25 MB
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Filled with clear step-by-step instructions for more than 450 recipes and techniques, The AWW Cooking School not only teaches beginners to cook but shows the experienced cook how to improve on their cooking skills. From recipes to know by heart, to roasts, preserves and desserts, this sensational volume is destined to have a permanent place in your kitchen.
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Cooking Class Thai

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ISBN : 9781907428616
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 77.31 MB
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Thai cuisine is a distinctive combination of the sweet, sour, sharp and fresh flavours of lime, chilli, coriander, basil and coconut that is sophisticated in taste and yet simple to prepare. Thai food uses a range of easy-to-buy, yet distinctive, ingredients and simple preparation techniques to conjure those delicate flavours. What looks difficult is actually very easy to prepare at home and tastes sensational. So whether it's satay or seafood, green curry or spicy fried rice, enjoy the best Thailand has to offer.
Category: Cooking

Australian Women In Advertising In The Twentieth Century

Author : J. Dickenson
ISBN : 9781137514349
Genre : History
File Size : 29.6 MB
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When did Australian women first enter the advertising industry? The stereotypical advertising executive might be a pony-tailed, Ferrari-driving, young-ish man, but women have worked in Australian advertising agencies from the first years of the modern industry, and today they comprise half of the industry's workforce. Australian Women in Advertising in the Twentieth Century rescues these women from their obscurity. By employing a broader definition of advertising than usual, this study reveals the important role women have played in the development of the Australian advertising industry, sheds light on women's struggle to reach the higher echelons of the industry, and considers why the popular image of the advertising executive is at such variance from the reality. The experiences of these remarkable women across a century of Australian advertising provide valuable information on the role of gender in the development of this ubiquitous industry, as well as the encroachment of consumer culture.
Category: History

Tablet To Table Vol 1

Author : Jillian Adams
ISBN : 9781925033045
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
File Size : 82.25 MB
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Women and Community Cookbooks – Dione Lucas The advent of television and how one woman, Dione Lucas, used cooking to sell this new medium to the masses. With a feature story from food academic Jillian Adams. Includes embedded video demonstrations from former Masterchef Australia contestant, Phil Vakos; Australian Women's Weekly covers from across the ages; and supplementary articles on iconic television cooking shows, as well as the history of the TV dinner.
Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Chinese Cooking Class Cookbook

Author : Pamela Clark
ISBN : 0949128732
Genre : Cookery, Chinese
File Size : 43.85 MB
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Classic fried rice, beef with black bean sauce, chicken chow mein and deep-fried ice cream balls - few have not experienced the delights of Chinese cuisine. This work demonstrates that an authentic Chinese meal is as quick and easy to prepare at home as it is to order in.
Category: Cookery, Chinese

Home For The Holidays

Author : Lisa Plumley
ISBN : 9781311296009
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 49.28 MB
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"A delightful secondary romance adds to the fun in this upbeat romp that is touching, hilarious, and lightly dusted with seasonal charm." —Library Journal When Rachel loses her Hollywood dream job, a trip home for Christmas seems like a good idea. But she never expects to find a hunk from her past waiting under the mistletoe... About the book Red-hot stylist-to-the-stars Rachel Porter has it all. Well, sort of. Her luxury beach house is actually a loaner from her #1 client. And her cute Tesla Roadster? Well, that's just another job perk...hers to keep, right? But when Rachel catches her #1 client in bed with her boyfriend, she exacts her revenge by tricking her turncoat "frenemy" into committing fashion suicide on the red carpet—and promptly finds herself out of a job. And her house. Her car. Her life. With nowhere to turn, Rachel does the unthinkable: she goes home to Kismet, Michigan. For Reno Wright, picking up his neighbor's daughter from the airport for a holiday visit sounds like no big deal. But from the moment he spies Rachel in the airport, Reno knows he's in over his head. The girl Reno remembers from high school looks nothing like the glammed-out man-killer who walks off the plane. But for all her attitude, Rachel is really just a small-town girl with a heart too big for Hollywood. The temperature may be freezing, but the heat between Rachel and Reno is burning hot. Reno is falling hard fast...but will his holiday romance survive once the calendar turns? What people are saying... "Lisa Plumley once again gifts readers with a Yuletide story sure to put you in a holiday mood. This is vintage Plumley. She's created a cast of characters that are a bit eccentric, quirky and likeable and spun a story that will make you smile." —Lezlie Patterson, McClatchy-Tribune News Service "Home for the Holidays is a fun holiday romance—who doesn't love a good love story delivered by Santa? Plumley hits all of the right marks in telling a love story, sharing passion and inspiring us to be our best!" —Romance Reader at Heart (Four-Rose Read!) "Home For The Holidays is a bit of a modern day It’s A Wonderful Life. It’s romantic and fun and full of heartwarming moments!" —Joyfully Reviewed "Home for the Holidays has charm and warmth. Lisa Plumley captures much of the fun of the season, some of the heartache, but also all of the love that makes Christmas so wonderful. Sure, it has a holiday themed title, but this story is guaranteed to make you smile any time of the year." —Romance Junkies (4 blue ribbons rating) "Plenty of chuckles are on hand in this entertaining romp by Lisa Plumley. Get ready for the holidays and grab yourself a fun read you won’t want to miss!" —Romance Reviews Today "If you're in the mood for a fun-filled contemporary romance oozing with seasonal charm, appealing characters, and amusing moments, then Home for the Holidays is just what Santa ordered." —Bookloons "Home For The Holidays is a perfect way to get your holiday reading underway. Readers will definitely enjoy the tone and pace of this book, in addition to the funny, romantic and light-hearted spirit of the characters. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this story and suggest that you pick-up a copy too." —The Romance Readers Connection
Category: Fiction

Explorer S Guide Mexico City Puebla Cuernavaca A Great Destination

Author : Zain Deane
ISBN : 9781581579000
Genre : Travel
File Size : 85.8 MB
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A complete guide to the populous Mexican capitol and surrounding areas. Welcome to Mexico City, the oldest city in the Americas and one of the most fascinating cities in the world. Zain Dean introduces you to its unique mix of ancient empire and modern, sophisticated society: “If you’re willing to brave its often misunderstood exterior,” he writes, “you’ll be rewarded by a city that has been fascinating adventurers, wanderers, and explorers for thousands of years.” Mexico’s capital and its environs offer pre-Hispanic ruins and magnificent temples, as well as ritzy retreats, spectacular volcanoes, and picturesque historic areas. You’ll also find dining, shopping, and accommodations to suit every budget. Sections thoughtfully and thoroughly cover the myths and realities of travel in Mexico, language and monetary concerns, and health and safety issues. More than 100 photographs and detailed maps round out the package, making this guidebook an indispensable resource.
Category: Travel