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The Chef S Recovery

Author : Chuck Hayworth
ISBN : 0989635945
Genre :
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In his early twenties, while pursuing a career as a chef, Chuck Hayworth was diagnosed with stomach cancer. Years of painful and slow recovery motivated Chuck to find a better way to fight his disease. Combining his knowledge of the culinary arts with a strong will to succeed, Chuck was able to fully heal his stomach. In sharing his triumphant and cancer-fighting recipes, Chef Chuck hopes to help many others win their fight against cancer.
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People Aid And Institutions In Socio Economic Recovery

Author : Dorothea Hilhorst
ISBN : 9781317428053
Genre : Business & Economics
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An estimated 2 billion people live in countries affected by fragility, conflict and violence. Extreme poverty is increasingly concentrated in these areas, and governments and international agencies seek avenues to enable socio-economic recovery and to support people as they try to rebuild their lives and livelihoods. People, Aid and Institutions in Socio-economic Recovery: Facing Fragilities provides an in-depth understanding of people’s strategies in the face of conflict and disaster-related fragility and examines how policies and aid interventions enable their socio-economic recovery – or fail to do so. Through field-based research, the book captures the complex and unfolding realities on the ground, exploring the interfaces between economic, social and institutional change. This provides a rich and unique vantage point from which to reflect on the impact of recovery policies. The book provides a set of cross-cutting findings that aim to inform policy and practice. The detailed case studies of the book lay bare key dynamics of recovery. Set against the findings from two chapters that review the literature, the cases provide evidence-based lessons for socio-economic recovery. The chapters combine qualitative and quantitative methodologies and form a valuable resource to researchers and postgraduate students of disaster management, conflict, humanitarian aid and social reconstruction, and development management.
Category: Business & Economics

Ethnobiology For The Future

Author : Gary Paul Nabhan
ISBN : 9780816532742
Genre : Nature
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This important new collection puts forth a call for the future notonly of ethnobiology but for the entire planet. Nabhan articulatesand broadens the portfolio of ethnobiological principles and amplifiesthe tool kit for anyone engaged in the ethnobiosphere, those vitalspaces of intense interaction among cultures, habitats, and creatures.The essays attest to the ways humans establish and circumscribe theiridentities not only through their thoughts and actions, but also withtheir physical, emotional, and spiritual attachments to place, flora,fauna, fungi, and feasts.
Category: Nature

Resource Recovery From Waste

Author : Miriam Otoo
ISBN : 9781317703778
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 69.85 MB
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Humans generate millions of tons of waste every day. This waste is rich in water, nutrients, energy and organic compounds. Yet waste is not being managed in a way that permits us to derive value from its reuse, whilst millions of farmers struggle with depleted soils and lack of water. This book shows how Resource Recovery and Reuse (RRR) could create livelihoods, enhance food security, support green economies, reduce waste and contribute to cost recovery in the sanitation chain. While many RRR projects fully depend on subsidies and hardly survive their pilot phase, hopeful signs of viable approaches to RRR are emerging around the globe including low- and middle-income countries. These enterprises or projects are tapping into entrepreneurial initiatives and public ̶ private partnerships, leveraging private capital to help realize commercial or social value, shifting the focus from treatment for waste disposal to treatment of waste as a valuable resource for safe reuse. The book provides a compendium of business options for energy, nutrients and water recovery via 24 innovative business models based on an in-depth analysis of over 60 empirical cases, of which 47 from around the world are described and evaluated in a systematic way. The focus is on organic municipal, agro-industrial and food waste, including fecal sludge, supporting a diverse range of business models with potential for large-scale out-and up-scaling.
Category: Technology & Engineering

The Cancer Recovery Eating Plan

Author : Daniel W. Nixon, M.D.
ISBN : 9780307798350
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 63.5 MB
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Dr. Nixon, editor-in-chief of the journal Cancer Prevention, cuts through the hype to explain the latest scientific findings on food and cancer. He presents individualized eating plans according to the type of cancer and offers a three-month plan to benefit the person with cancer. Over 100 recipes help put the plan into action.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Recovery Of The Sacred

Author : Susan Ellen Shapiro
ISBN : CHI:22118318
Genre : Faith (Judaism)
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Category: Faith (Judaism)

The Ms Recovery Diet

Author : Ann Sawyer
ISBN : 1101215801
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 74.24 MB
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More than half a million people live with multiple sclerosis, yet conventional medicine still has little to offer patients. There is no known cure-and even recent breakthroughs in drug therapy do not work to control many of the symptoms or promise any degree of recovery. But there is an alternative to drugs that can stop and reverse the ravaging symptoms of MS-the MS Recovery Diet. As this book explains, there are five common food triggers that can set off the symptoms of MS-dairy, grains containing glutens, legumes, eggs, and yeast. Yet because MS is such a complex disease, other foods play a role, as culprits or aides. The MS Recovery Diet explains the background, science, and development of this treatment in one source for the first time, and shows readers how to pinpoint their specific problem foods and sensitivities. It also offers more than one hundred simple recipes, as well as strategies to improve digestion, balance the immune system, and repair the body's myelin-crucial steps toward healing the body. Both of the authors, Ann D. Sawyer and Judith E. Bachrach, who had been diagnosed and disabled by multiple sclerosis, have experienced incredible recovery on the diet. Within the first three months on this program, Sawyer was able to stop the disease progression and begin to walk short distances with an even gait. Bachrach, whose health has been declining because of MS for thirty- eight years, regained feeling in her toes in one week and after one year on the diet, has stopped taking all medication. This book shares the treatment plan that has dramatically changed their lives, and the lives of others who have discovered it. With inspiring personal stories throughout, it offers real help- and hope-for sufferers of MS.
Category: Health & Fitness

Recovery And The Return Of Ethan Hart

Author : Stephen Benatar
ISBN : 9781497682252
Genre : Fiction
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Both novellas completely separate but about putting right the mess two men have made out of their lives.
Category: Fiction

The Cancer Fighting Cook

Author : Richard Lombardi
ISBN : 1945547324
Genre : Cancer
File Size : 69.33 MB
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The Cancer-Fighting Chef Cookbook features a variety of recipes and heartwarming stories from Chef's around the world. Each flavorful recipe includes a specific caner fighting ingredient to help provide patients with the necessary nutrition they need before, during and after treatment.
Category: Cancer

Creating Powerful Brands

Author : Leslie de Chernatony
ISBN : 9781136445187
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 64.26 MB
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This has long been the one book that students can rely on to get them thinking critically and strategically about branding. This new fourth edition is no exception. THE definitive introductory textbook for this crucial topic, it is highly illustrated and comes packed with over 50 brand-new, real examples of influential marketing campaigns. Bullets: • Summarises the latest thinking and best practice in the domain of branding • All new real marketing campaigns show how branding theories are implemented in practice • Brought right up to date with a clear European and UK focus Undergraduate business and marketing students studying brand management will find this an invaluable resource in their quest to understand how branding really works.
Category: Business & Economics

Knowledge Reuse And Agile Processes Catalysts For Innovation

Author : Mitra, Amit
ISBN : 9781599049236
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 59.50 MB
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Innovation, agility, and coordination are paramount in the support of value in the global knowledge economy. Therefore, the long-term success of a company is increasingly dependent on its underlying resilience and agility. Knowledge Reuse and Agile Processes: Catalysts for Innovation addresses flexibility of both business and information systems through component technology at the nexus of three seemingly unrelated disciplines: service-oriented architecture, knowledge management, and business process management. Providing practitioners and academians with timely, compelling research on agile, adaptive processes and information systems, this Premier Reference Source will enhance the collection of every reference library.
Category: Business & Economics

Cooking Through Cancer

Author : Richard Lombardi
ISBN : 9781641704304
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 77.80 MB
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Cooking Through Cancer: 50 Easy and Delicious Recipes for Treatment and Recovery is a cancer fighter and cancer caregiver's best friend for combating the symptoms caused by treatment and for enhancing the recovery process. Written by Richard Lombardi (The Cancer Fighting Chef and a cancer survivor himself) and packed with nutrient-rich recipes—some from Richard's own award-winning restaurant and conveniently organized by tabs for delicious food during treatment and recovery. Each recipe is powered with cancer-fighting ingredients, which are called out on the side of each page. And because cooking can be tough when you're recovering from treatment, this book is packed with helpful shortcuts, kitchen basics, a quick-reference list, and a sample grocery list. Even better, Cooking Through Cancer: 50 Easy and Delicious Recipes for Treatment and Recovery includes 10 kid-friendly recipes that the whole family can enjoy, plus recipes from professional chefs and celebrities that have joined the fight against cancer, including Jay Leno and Mark DeCarlo.
Category: Cooking

The Cpa Journal

Author :
ISBN : OSU:32435054237516
Genre : Accounting
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Category: Accounting

Restaurant Business

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ISBN : NWU:35556028499135
Genre : Food service
File Size : 75.47 MB
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Category: Food service

A Woman S Place Is In The Kitchen

Author : Ann Cooper
ISBN : UCSC:32106012389265
Genre : Cookery
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Ann Cooper, Executive Chef, The Putney Inn, Putney, Vermont, chronicles the history of women's roles in cooking and kitchens, discusses what choices and sacrifices women have made to become successful chefs, and explores the future of women in restaurant kitchens.
Category: Cookery

Playing For The Ashes

Author : Elizabeth George
ISBN : 0553905473
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 33.82 MB
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"The story begins with my father, actually, and the fact that I'm the one who's answerable for his death. It was not my first crime, as you will see, but it is the one my mother couldn't forgive." In her astonishing New York Times bestseller, acclaimed author Elizabeth George reveals the even darker truth behind this startling confession. Playing for the Ashes is a rich tale of passion, murder and love in which Inspector Thomas Lynley and Detective Sergeant Barbara Havers once again find themselves embroiled in a case where nothing--and no one--is really what it seems. Intense, suspenseful and brilliantly written, Playing for the Ashes will make readers "search out the sleuthing pair's first six adventures...a treasure," as Cosmopolitan predicted in their review. From the Paperback edition.
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The Culinarian

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924088344043
Genre : Cooking
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Cooking And Screaming

Author : Adrienne Kane
ISBN : 1416588221
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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An inspiring, recipe-filled memoir about loss, recovery, and finding oneself through food and cooking. "I rose from my wheelchair slowly, using the arms of the seat to steady myself; I managed to lift my weighty limbs and limp the three steps to the counter. Stirring left-handed, I did not want to leave the warmth of the kitchen. I felt good. And for a moment I forgot about the life that I was living. Being in the kitchen, the sights and smells, the smear of crimson tomato sauce on my borrowed apron, felt like a bit of home, a place that felt so far away." Adrienne Kane always loved food. Waiting by the oven for the sweet, crisp cookies she baked with her mother to emerge. Learning to create a simple yet delicious frittata with her best friend. Fueling long hours of work on her senior thesis with a satisfying tagliatelle. But just two weeks before her college graduation, Adrienne suffered a hemorrhagic stroke that left her paralyzed on the entire right side of her body. Once a dancer and aspiring teacher, she was now dependent on her loved ones, embarrassed by her disability, and facing an identity crisis. The next several years were a blur of doctors, therapists, rehabilitation, and frustration. Until she got back in the kitchen. It started with a stir. A stir and a taste. A little more salt. Maybe a side of crisp, sautéed potatoes. She learned to wield a chef's knife with her left hand, and to brace vegetables with her right. As she slowly stumbled from her quiet resting place at the kitchen table to where her mother stood by the stove, food became not only her sustenance and her solace, it became Adrienne's calling. She tested new recipes and created her own, crafting beautiful, delectable feasts for the people who had nurtured her -- her mother and father, who himself had survived a stroke several years earlier; the friends who encouraged her to write a cookbook; and, of course, the boyfriend-turned-husband who stood beside her all the way. Eventually, through determination, hard work, and a healthy portion of courage, she turned her culinary love into a career as a caterer, food writer, photographer, and recipe developer. Filled with simple, tempting recipes and complex, hard-won lessons, Cooking and Screaming is Adrienne's moving and heartfelt story of food, loss, work, and joy...and finding her identity through the most unlikely combination of ingredients.
Category: Biography & Autobiography