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Multicultural Projects Index

Author : Mary Anne Pilger
ISBN : 1591582369
Genre : Education
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This updated and expanded fourth edition of a popular reference book for teachers and librarians to use in planning interesting extension projects, holiday events to promote diversity, and cross-cultural understanding indexes 725 new books and features over 1,000 indexed projects. Indexes build on the previous three volumes. The book is indexed by subject and author and features indexes to educational games, crafts, activities, and more. It will be particularly useful to educators for use in the social studies curriculum, but also valuable to daycare providers and parents. Booklist and Appraisals and others favorably reviewed previous editions. Complete bibliographic information is given for all books indexed. Grades K-8.
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Vegetarian Times

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To do what no other magazine does: Deliver simple, delicious food, plus expert health and lifestyle information, that's exclusively vegetarian but wrapped in a fresh, stylish mainstream package that's inviting to all. Because while vegetarians are a great, vital, passionate niche, their healthy way of eating and the earth-friendly values it inspires appeals to an increasingly large group of Americans. VT's goal: To embrace both.
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Best Vegan Recipes

Author : Jamie Isabella Parker
ISBN : 9780993699603
Genre : Cooking
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Author and vegan cooking teacher Jamie Parker set out on a mission to compile a cookbook with the best vegan recipes ever tasted. She realized to get the best recipes, she must go straight to the source: the top vegan-serving restaurants in North America. After years of research, traveling, cooking and tasting she has created this book, Best Vegan Recipes. The book takes the reader on a tour across North America showing off the continent’s top 38 vegan-serving restaurants and over 130 of their tastiest recipes. Every recipe in Best Vegan Recipes is outstanding and this book can turn even a novice cook into an exceptional vegan cook with the ability to make recipes that will impress anyone. If you are already an excellent vegan chef it will give you a host of new recipes and introduce creative ideas from top chefs across the continent. Whether you are a vegan or just want to eat more vegan food you may as well spend your life as a skilled cook eating amazing meals!
Category: Cooking

Robin Ellis S Mediterranean Vegetarian Cooking

Author : Robin Ellis
ISBN : 9781472143136
Genre : Cooking
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A food lover's guide to eating well with diabetes. Poldark star Robin Ellis's Mediterranean-inspired vegetarian recipes are delicious and suitable for the entire family and for entertaining friends, with no sacrifice of taste or quality. Mediterranean cuisine is among the healthiest in the world and a vegetarian diet has been proven to be particularly health-giving for people who have diabetes. In this book British actor Robin Ellis shares his lifetime collection of healthy and simple vegetarian recipes especially selected and adapted for people wishing to control or prevent Types 2 diabetes. Diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes himself, Robin explains the strategic changes he made - in what he eats and how he prepares his food - that allowed him to bring his glucose levels down sufficiently to avoid taking medication for six years. Robin's recipes show how you can cook and eat delicious vegetarian food without recourse to carb-heavy pastries or potatoes, nor to substitutes such as Quorn or soya, which are not traditional staples of the Mediterranean diet. This is a book about real food and a way of living with diabetes that need not mean you can no longer look forward to breakfast, lunch and dinner - Robin does every day! This fully illustrated book contains photographs, not only of the recipes but of beautiful, rural southwestern France, where Robin lives and leads sell-out cooking workshops focused on simple, delicious and healthy Mediterranean cuisine, making the most of all the fresh local ingredients available.
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Dharma Feast Cookbook

Author : Courtney Theresa Rogers
ISBN : 1935826212
Genre : Cooking
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Healthy food, consciously prepared and eaten, opens us to the joy of the present, beyond the addictions of the past. This book promotes the whole idea of eating consciously for optimal health. Here are the natural gifts for wellness and healing through food, gently and effectively highlighting the gifts of a healthier lifestyle.
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Whole Food Cooking Every Day

Author : Amy Chaplin
ISBN : 9781579659295
Genre : Cooking
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Named one of the Best Cookbooks of the Year / Best Cookbooks to Give as Gifts in 2019 by the New York Times, Washington Post, Bon Appétit, Martha Stewart Living, Epicurious, and more Named one of the Best Healthy Cookbooks of 2019 by Forbes “Gorgeous. . . . This is food that makes you feel invincible.” —New York Times Book Review Eating whole foods can transform a diet, and mastering the art of cooking these foods can be easy with the proper techniques and strategies. In 20 chapters, Chaplin shares ingenious recipes incorporating the foods that are key to a healthy diet: seeds and nuts, fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and other plant-based foods. Chaplin offers her secrets for eating healthy every day: mastering some key recipes and reliable techniques and then varying the ingredients based on the occasion, the season, and what you’re craving. Once the reader learns one of Chaplin’s base recipes, whether for gluten-free muffins, millet porridge, or baked marinated tempeh, the ways to adapt and customize it are endless: change the fruit depending on the season, include nuts or seeds for extra protein, or even change the dressing or flavoring to keep a diet varied. Chaplin encourages readers to seek out local and organic ingredients, stock their pantries with nutrient-rich whole food ingredients, prep ahead of time, and, most important, cook at home.
Category: Cooking

Genevieve S Creole Cooking

Author : Jane Theresa Edwards
ISBN : 9781412025768
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Enhance your cookbook collection by including Genevieve's Creole Cooking. It takes you on a voyage through southern Louisiana's traditional culinary artistry. This book offers Creole recipes with healthful tips.
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Cooking The German Way

Author : Helga Parnell
ISBN : 9780822580188
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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An introduction to the cooking of Germany featuring such traditional recipes as spaetzle, hot potato salad, Black Forest torte, and marzipan. Also includes information on the history, geography, customs and people of this European country.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Bookseller

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ISBN : IND:30000047688829
Genre : Booksellers' catalogs
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A Tradition Of Soup

Author : Teresa M. Chen
ISBN : 155643765X
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 70.87 MB
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"Integrates traditional Chinese medicine with the culture and cuisine of China, with a focus on soups. Offers many healthy and healing recipes"--Provided by publisher.
Category: Cooking

Classic Italian Cooking For The Vegetarian Gourmet

Author : Beverly Cox
ISBN : 0517100428
Genre : Cooking
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Offers meatless, Italian-style recipes for soups, sauces, pasta, rice, beans, vegetables, salads, breads, and desserts
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Ethnic Cuisines

Author : Hamo B. Vassilian
ISBN : IND:30000052154758
Genre : Reference
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A cookbook bibliography of over 50 nations and cultures. It contains 1,309 titles and cover images of 300 cookbooks.
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Cook Once A Week

Author : Theresa Albert-Ratchford
ISBN : 9781443404266
Genre : Cooking
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Guaranteed to silence the dreaded 5:00 p.m. “What’s for dinner?” wail—not to mention a solution to the “pizza or burgers?” dilemma—Cook Once a Week is the innovative cookbook whose easy-to-follow system delivers a week’s worth of meals in a single, one-stop planning, shopping and cooking session. This is a book that takes into account what every mom knows: family schedules and budgets are incredibly tight; not everyone will be eating together every night; convenience foods cost; and kids are picky eaters. With Cook Once a Week, Theresa Albert-Ratchford, a personal chef, cooking instructor and food columnist, has done the impossible—she’s turned dinner-hour insanity into an enjoyable, family-friendly time. Here’s what’s inside: From Better Basics to Vegetarian Visitors: 12 balanced, weekly dinner menus, plus a bonus week for the pickiest of kids Step-by-step recipes that allow you to prepare the whole week’s meals in the same amount of time it would take to make just your Sunday dinner Budget $100 or less for food each week: there’s no waste, just lots of great eating Detailed, photocopy-ready weekly shopping lists that eliminate waste, impulse buying and multiple trips to the grocery store Breakfast and lunch plans for families on the go, including 10 lunchbox ideas Grab and go: handy tips that incorporate leftovers into fast and tasty all-new meals Invaluable advice: on nutrition (each recipe has a complete nutritional analysis), getting the kids involved, pantry must-haves, and freezing and serving tips Over 25 two-minute ideas to make entrées, side dishes, snacks and desserts
Category: Cooking

Lodging And Restaurant Index

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ISBN : UIUC:30112017975134
Genre : Food service management
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Category: Food service management

Net Guide

Author : Kelly Maloni
ISBN : UOM:39015040084892
Genre : Computers
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A roadmap to the electronic highway features thousands of listings to the hottest spots on the Internet and commercial services, including CompuServe, America Online, Prodigy, and hundreds of bulletin boards. Original. (All Users)
Category: Computers

Complete Gluten Free Diet Nutrition Guide

Author : Alexandra Anca
ISBN : 0778802523
Genre : Cooking
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Provides information on the causes and symptoms of celiac disease, discusses the importance of a gluten-free diet to manage the disease, and provides over one hundred recipes for a gluten-free diet.
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Silent Running

Author : Robyn K. Schneider
ISBN : 9781633191730
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Running is a way of life for the Schneider family, but for them, it's about much more than fitness and competition. Silent Running: Our Family's Journey to the Finish Line with Autism is the story of how running saved their lives. At 21 months old, identical twin brothers Alex and Jamie were diagnosed with autism. It was 1992, a time when autism was far from a household word, before online autism forums and advocacy groups even existed. Robyn and her husband Allan were heartsick, but determined to find a cure for their sons, and thus their journey into the world of autism began. But soon it was clear that both Alex and Jamie had severe autism and would most likely not be cured. In Silent Running, Robyn Schneider takes readers on an intimate journey from a double diagnosis of autism, through many years of heartache, to a place of joy. Silent Running is a story of unrelenting love, of parents who never stop chasing after the silver lining, intent on finding happiness for their sons. And find happiness they do—in running. In Schneider's moving memoir, readers see Alex and Jamie transformed through running, their lives enriched. And eventually they reach a place where running, rather than autism, defines them. Along the journey, both Robyn and Allan face their own personal challenges. Allan begins running to help manage his symptoms of multiple sclerosis, and Robyn, while undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer, laces up her own running shoes, determined to run her way to recovery—for her family and for herself. And she hasn't stopped. Despite their incredible daily challenges, Alex and Jamie have now run in almost 150 mainstream races, including nine marathons. And Robyn and Allan have been right there, either cheering for or running alongside their sons. In Silent Running, Robyn Schneider shares her family's remarkable story of triumph in the face of enormous hurdles, and the passion that has fueled their fight. It is an extraordinary and ins
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