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Vegetables Everyday Cookbook

Author : Gordon Rock
ISBN : 1540421813
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Glorious and fantastic vegetables, today we can sample and enjoy the widest range from all over the world and yet seasonal, home growing produce still cannot be beaten for their taste and flavor. So while taking advantage of the fantastic multinational displays in all the supermarkets, it pays as well to buy from local growers who will offer the most freshly harvest produce which is so much necessary for our health and body. This cookbook will suggest you some tempting ways of cooking your vegetables both common and less familiar to you. In some vegetable recipes you will find that they may play a starring role or they may be combined with other ingredients in a harmony of flavors. There are dishes, which make fine accompaniments and others, which can stand alone as a great vegetarian main course. As well as being versatile and delicious, vegetables are of course, vital to our strong health. We have never been more aware of their importance in our everyday diet, and experts agree that we should eat a high proportion of fresh vegetables each day. So without holding you even more, let's get reading, let's get cooking and more importantly let's get healthy.

Vegetables Rock

Author : Stephanie Pierson
ISBN : 0553379240
Genre : Cooking
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A guide to plant-based diets includes sixty vegetarian recipes culled from some of the country's top chefs
Category: Cooking

Against Culture

Author : Kirk Dombrowski
ISBN : 0803217196
Genre : Social Science
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In a small Tlingit village in 1992, newly converted members of an all-native church started a bonfire of "non-Christian" items including, reportedly, native dancing regalia. The burnings recalled an earlier century in which church converts in the same village burned totem poles, and stirred long simmering tensions between native dance groups and fundamentalist Christian churches throughout the region. This book traces the years leading up to the most recent burnings and reveals the multiple strands of social tension defining Tlingit and Haida life in Southeast Alaska today. ø Author Kirk Dombrowksi roots these tensions in a history of misunderstanding and exploitation of native life, including, most recently, the consequences of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971. He traces the results of economic upheaval, changes in dependence on timber and commercial fishing, and differences over the meaning of contemporary native culture that lie beneath current struggles. His cogent, highly readable analysis shows how these local disputes reflect broader problems of negotiating culture and Native American identity today. Revealing in its ethnographic details, arresting in its interpretive insights, Against Culture raises important practical and theoretical implications for the understanding of indigenous cultural and political processes.
Category: Social Science

Grow Your Own Vegetables

Author : Joy Larkcom
ISBN : 9781781011348
Genre : Gardening
File Size : 64.74 MB
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This revised, updated and expanded edition Joy Larkcom's classic guide to growing your own vegetables contains everything you need to know to create a highly-productive vegetable plot. It covers every aspect of vegetable gardening, including preparing soil; manures, composts and fertilizers; growing techniques; protection; pests, diseases and weeds; and making good use of space. The second half of the book provides cultivation information for over 100 vegetables, including site and soil requirements, cultivation, pests and diseases, and cultivars.
Category: Gardening

Idiot S Guides Vegetable Gardening

Author : John Tullock
ISBN : 9781615647118
Genre : Gardening
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Interest in home vegetable gardening has been "growing" for years, thanks to renewed interest in the local food movement, as well as health and money-saving concerns. Using full-color, step-by-step examples, this beautiful guide will cover the techniques and tools needed for small plot, raised-bed, container, and vertical vegetable gardening. The book will cover the following: · Planning · Plant preparation · Soil preparation · Ground level, raised bed, pots, trellises, etc. · Planting · Pest control · Maintenance · Harvesting
Category: Gardening

Cultivated Vegetables Of The World A Multilingual Onomasticon

Author : Stanley J. Kays
ISBN : 9789086867202
Genre : Science
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Vegetables make up a major portion of the diet of humans and are critical for good health. With the world population predicted to reach 9 billion people by 2050, they will play an increasingly important role in food availability. The purpose of this book is to facilitate accuracy in communication among individuals working in agriculture and a better understand of the extent and diversity of vegetable production and utilization worldwide. Increasing global economic interdependence and trade in agricultural products makes precise communication among individuals utilizing different languages essential. There is currently a wide range of vegetables shipped around the world as seasonal, economic and other forces are shifting markets from exclusively local toward global. The text provides up-to-date scientific names, synonyms, and common names for the commercially cultivated vegetable crops grown worldwide (404 crops), in addition to information on the plant parts utilized and their method of preparation. Common names from 370 languages are presented along with information on each of the languages. The text represents an essential reference source with the information presented in a concise and readily accessible format. It allows indentifying a crop from the common name in a diverse cross-section of languages and is therefore of use to university and government researchers, libraries worldwide, agricultural organizations, agricultural scientists, embassies, international travelers, vegetable growers, shippers, packers, produce buyers, grocery store managers, gourmet restaurants, chefs, and gardeners.
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A Description Of A Great Variety Of Animals And Vegetables Extracted From The Most Considerable Writers Of Natural History By Thomas Boreman Being A Supplement To A Description Of Three Hundred Animals Illustrated With Above Ninety Copper Plates Etc With Natural And Philosophical Conjectures On The Ignis Fatuus Or Jack In The Lanthorn Endeavouring To Prove That The Light So Called Proceeds From Some Flying Insect With A Description And Curious Figure Of The Indian Lanthorn Fly Etc

Author : Thomas Boreman
ISBN : BL:A0019564155
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The Pleasures Of Cooking For One

Author : Judith Jones
ISBN : 030795787X
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 23.47 MB
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From the legendary editor of some of the world’s greatest cooks—including Julia Child and James Beard—a passionate and practical book about the joys of cooking for one. Here, in convincing fashion, Judith Jones demonstrates that cooking for yourself presents unparalleled possibilities for both pleasure and experimentation: you can utilize whatever ingredients appeal, using farmers’ markets and specialty shops to enrich your palate and improve your health; you can feel free to fail, since a meal for one doesn’t have to be perfect; and you can use leftovers to innovate—in the course of a week, the remains of beef bourguignon might be reimagined as a ragù, pork tenderloin may become a stir-fry, a cup or two of wild rice produces both a refreshing pilaf and a rich pancake, and red snapper can be reinvented as a summery salad. It’s a fulfilling and immensely economical process, one perfectly suited for our times—although, as Jones points out, cooking for one also means we can occasionally indulge ourselves in a favorite treat. Throughout, Jones is both our instructor and our mentor, suggesting basic recipes—such as tomato sauce, preserved lemons, pesto, and homemade stock—that all cooks should have on hand; teaching us how to improvise using an ingenious strategy of building meals through the week; and supplying us with a lifetime’s worth of tips and shortcuts. From Child’s advice for buying fresh meat to Beard’s challenge to beginning crêpe-makers and Lidia Bastianich’s tips for cooking perfectly sauced pasta, Jones’s book presents a wealth of acquired knowledge from our finest cooks. The Pleasures of Cooking for One is a vibrant, wise celebration of food and enjoying our own company from one of our most treasured cooking experts. From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Cooking