Author : Freya Pearl Notebooks
ISBN : 1092463410
Genre : Cooking
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This versatile and practical 6 x 9" blank cookbook is filled with 110 pages waiting to be filled with your favorite recipes. Inside you'll find pages for you to create a index for your book and 50 two page spreads for you to add your favorite recipes - including recipe title, where you found the recipe, ingredients, directions, and special notes. The softcover is beautifully designed with a modern minimalist style in mint green with a elegant geometric triangle quilt block design. Use this blank recipe book as a custom cookbook recipe journal and organizer diary for your new delicious culinary creations and experiments record cherished family recipes passed down the generations everyday recipes This modern recipe notebook also make a thoughtful gift - use it to collect and write out your favorite recipes and traditions to give to your son, daughter, friends, and family for birthdays and holidays, or as a housewarming, wedding, or bridal shower gift.
Explore the entire Hyperledger blockchain family, including frameworks such as Fabric, Sawtooth, Indy, Burrow, and Iroha; and tools such as Composer, Explorer, and Caliper. Key Features Plan, design, and create a full-fledged private decentralized application using Hyperledger services Master the ins and outs of the Hyperledger network using real-world examples Packed with problem-solution-based recipes to tackle pain areas in the blockchain development cycle Book Description Hyperledger is an open-source project and creates private blockchain applications for a range of domains. This book will be your desk reference as you explore common and not-so-common challenges faced while building blockchain networks using Hyperledger services. We'll work through all Hyperledger platform modules to understand their services and features and build end-to-end blockchain applications using various frameworks and tools supported by Hyperledger. This book's independent, recipe-based approach (packed with real-world examples) will familiarize you with the blockchain development cycle. From modeling a business network to integrating with various tools, you will cover it all. We'll cover common and not-so-common challenges faced in the blockchain life cycle. Later, we'll delve into how we can interact with the Hyperledger Fabric blockchain, covering all the principles you need to master, such as chaincode, smart contracts, and much more. We'll also address the scalability and security issues currently faced in blockchain development. By the end of this book, you will be able to implement each recipe to plan, design, and create a full-fledged, private, decentralized application to meet organizational needs. What you will learn Create the most popular permissioned blockchain network with Fabric and Composer Build permissioned and permission-less blockchains using Sawtooth Utilize built-in Iroha asset/account management with role-based permissions Implement and run Ethereum smart contracts with Burrow Get to grips with security and scalability in Hyperledger Explore and view blockchain data using Hyperledger Explorer Produce reports containing performance indicators and benchmarks using Caliper Who this book is for This book is for blockchain developers who want to understand how they can apply Hyperledger services in their day-to-day projects. This book uses a recipe-based approach to help you use Hyperledger to build powerful, decentralized autonomous applications. We assume the reader has a basic knowledge of the Blockchain technology and cryptography concepts
This holiday, 12 Harlequin Heartwarming authors have put together over 50 favorite recipes and craft ideas to set the scene for a joyful family holiday. Recipes of Love contains something for everyone to enjoy this holiday season – from kid-friendly crafts to gingerbread to gluten free treats!
Over 200 delicious recipes for all your autumn events, this cookbook is sure to become a go-to for years to come. Short on time? Don't worry! There's an entire chapter dedicated to all your slow-cooker fall favorites...ready in the blink of an eye.
Trish Bradford and her family have just been transferred from Los Angeles to Harrisburg, PA. One day, while cleaning the attic in the old Victorian they have just bought, Trish stumbles upon an old trunk. She doesn't remember seeing it before but feels strangely drawn to it. She tries to ignore it and goes about the business of sorting through things and dusting but curiosity finally gets to her, and she carefully opens it. Inside, among other things, she finds some old letters tied with a faded blue ribbon, an old hand-tied pinwheel quilt, some diaries, and a yellowing pillow case with a stack of quilt blocks. She hears soft music coming from their attic at night but never really knows why. She later finds out through the local quilt shop that the blocks are Grandmother's Flower Garden blocks. Through these blocks she is pulled into the world of Emma Cade Bartlett, quilt teacher, lecturer and blue ribbon winner, who was born in the late 1800s. Through the diaries she solves the mystery of the quilt blocks and is drawn into Emma's life and tragedy, something that parallels her own. Can she find that one piece of happiness left for her and at the same time help Emma finish her quilt?