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The Cheesemaker S Apprentice

Author : Sasha Davies
ISBN : 9781592537556
Genre : Cooking
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Learn from a wide range of cheese making professionals and discover delicious artisan recipes with The Cheesemaker’s Apprentice! This step-by-step book contains interviews with worldwide experts on everything from culture strains to pairings, while the easy-to-follow, original tutorials outline this fun, productive, and classic skill. You’ll also find an array of mouthwatering homemade recipes that will help you apply these newly-gained tips and techniques, including: - Cream cheese - Ricotta - Havarti - Gouda - Cheddar - Gruyere - Stilton - Camembert Together, these pages make up an expertly-crafted, comprehensive cheesemaking curriculum.
Category: Cooking

Gourmet News

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924059610364
Genre : Food industry and trade
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Category: Food industry and trade

A Face Like Glass

Author : Frances Hardinge
ISBN : 9781447225942
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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A Face Like Glass is an astonishing and imaginative novel from the Costa Award winning author of The Lie Tree, Frances Hardinge. In the underground city of Caverna the world's most skilled craftsmen toil in the darkness to create delicacies beyond compare – wines that can remove memories, cheeses that can make you hallucinate and perfumes that convince you to trust the wearer, even as they slit your throat. The people of Caverna are more ordinary, but for one thing: their faces are as blank as untouched snow. Expressions must be learned, and only the famous Facesmiths can teach a person to show joy, despair or fear – at a price. Into this dark and distrustful world comes Neverfell, a little girl with no memory of her past and a face so terrifying to those around her that she must wear a mask at all times. For Neverfell's emotions are as obvious on her face as those of the most skilled Facesmiths, though entirely genuine. And that makes her very dangerous indeed . . . 'Everyone should read Frances Hardinge. Everyone. Right now.' - Patrick Ness, author of A Monster Calls.
Category: Young Adult Fiction

Department Circular

Author : Wisconsin. Dept. of Agriculture
ISBN : UCAL:B3099641
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Milk Plant Monthly

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924076351406
Genre : Dairying
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Category: Dairying

Castro S Daughter

Author : Alina Fernandez
ISBN : 0312246064
Genre : History
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"Mommy, mommy, call him. Tell him to come here right away. I have so many things to tell him!" I had a ton of things to tell him. I wanted him to find a solution to all the shortages of clothes; of meat, so it would again be distributed through the ration books. I also wanted to ask him to give our Christmas back. And to come live with us. I wanted to let him know how much we really needed him... Fidel didn't answer my letter. I kept writing him letters from a sweet and well-behaved child, a brave but sad girl. Letters resembling those of a secret, spurned lover... As a girl growing up in Cuba, Alina Fernandez found nothing abnormal in the fact that Fidel Castro would occasionally visit her house bearing gifts just for her. At the age of ten, her mother finally told her the truth: she was Castro's Daughter.
Category: History

Bulletin

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924073104923
Genre : Dairying
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Category: Dairying

Annual Report

Author : Ontario. Dept. of Agriculture and Food
ISBN : PSU:000068532185
Genre : Agriculture
File Size : 81.29 MB
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Category: Agriculture

Message

Author : Wisconsin. Governor
ISBN : STANFORD:36105126454243
Genre : Wisconsin
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Some vols. include budget.
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French Jews Turkish Jews

Author : Aron Rodrigue
ISBN : UOM:39015018861081
Genre : Education
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The Alliance Israélite Universelle, a French-Jewish organization founded in 1860, occupies a crucial place in the history of Sephardi communities in the modern period. In the fifty years after its creation, the Alliance established a vast network of schools in the lands of Islam for the purpose of "civilizing" the local Jewish communities and remaking them in the idealized self-image of French Jewry. This study, drawing on the author's extensive research in the archives of the Alliance in Paris, focuses on the work of the Alliance among Turkish Jewry, one of the communities most strongly affected by the organizations' activities. Although the Alliance played a conclusive role in the Westernization of Turkish Jews, it was also the unwitting catalyst for the emrgence of new political movements such as Zionism, which turned away from the Alliance's ideology and ultimately threatened the survival of its schools. This book illuminates an important episode in the history of Sephardi and French Jewries as they interacted through the Alliance Israélite Universelle and draws important conclusions about the transformation of European as well as Middle Eastern Jewries in the modern era.
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Report

Author : Ontario. Dept. of Agriculture
ISBN : CORNELL:31924077269862
Genre : Agriculture
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Occupational Guidance For Agriculture

Author : Keri Henkel
ISBN : CORNELL:31924089453728
Genre : Business & Economics
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This comprehensive guide features in-depth descriptions of over 170 careers in agricultural fields. You can learn about the job duties, earnings, education and training requirements, high school preparation, outlook, and more for each career. Sources for additional information and informative web sites are also listed. There is much more to agriculture than production! This book feature these six career fields: education and communication; manangement, business, and economics; marketing, merchandising, sales, and services; production; science, engineering, and related professions; and social service.
Category: Business & Economics

When Memory Comes

Author : Saul Friedlander
ISBN : 9780374709525
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This remarkable memoir, by a distinguished historian, grows out of the loose framework of a diary written in Israel during the tense last few months of 1977. In a series of flashbacks, Saul Friedlander evokes with painful clarity and candor his extraordinary childhood and adolescence, beginning in a comfortable, middle-class, assimilated Jewish home in the Prague of the 1930's, and extending through and beyond the harrowing, and permanent, separation from his parents in Nazi-dominated France. Though fascinating in themselves, on a deeper level the reminiscences raise questions about much more than one man's life. In forcing himself to go back and examine his past, to seek out reasons and feelings, Friedlander is asking what it is that motivates a Zionist. What does it mean to be a Jew in Israel now? Where are the roots of a people with a history of rootlessness? Pavel Friedlander, as he was then known, was seven when the family fled Czechoslovakia in 1939. Before they were herded away to desruction, his parents were able to leave their ten-year-old boy in a Catholic seminary. Baptized Paul-Henri, he excelled in his studies and was headed for the priesthood. In his unsentimental, delicate, and precise narrative, we see through the boy's eyes the seminary's chilly dormitories and the hot, dusty fields of a provincial French summer. Then comes the Liberation. Paul-Henri rediscovers his identity and in 1948, on the brink of his high-school graduation, runs away to Marseilles to board ship for the nascent state of Israel--one of the survivors on the ill-fated Altalena. He now takes his Hebrew name, Shaul. Thirty years later, in bringing the disparate threads of memories together, Friedlander unflinchingly expresses the dilemmas in which any thinking person must feel himself vis-a-vis Israel and the Jews. His doubts are unresolved and probably unresolvable. But in an entirely fresh and poignant way Saul Friedlander has given us a better understanding of them.
Category: Biography & Autobiography