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Why Does Asparagus Make Your Wee Smell

Author : Andy Brunning
ISBN : 9781409156635
Genre : Science
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Why does cooking bacon smell so good? Can cheese really give you bad dreams? Why do onions make you cry? Find out the answers in this illustrated compendium of amazing and easy-to-understand chemistry. Featuring 58 different questions, you will discover all sorts of wonderful science that affects us on daily basis. Andy Brunning opens up the chemical world behind the sensations we experience through food and drink - popping candy, hangovers, spicy chillies and many more. Exploring the aromas, flavours and bodily reactions with beautiful infographics and explanations, WHY DOES ASPARAGUS MAKE YOUR WEE SMELL? is guaranteed to satisfy curious minds. And did you know that nutmeg can make you hallucinate? Prepare to be astounded by chemical breakdown like never before.
Category: Science

Why Eating Bogeys Is Good For You

Author : Mitchell Symons
ISBN : 9781448121472
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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EVER WONDERED . . . Why we have tonsils? Is there any cream in cream crackers? Why is the sea blue? And if kangaroos keep their babies in their pouches, what happens to all the poo?! Mitch Symons answers all these crazy questions and plenty more in this wonderfully funny and addictive book for children from 8 to 80! And yes, eating bogeys is good for you . . . but only your own!
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Mr Wilkinson S Favourite Vegetables Spring

Author : Matt Wilkinson
ISBN : 9781743438510
Genre : Cooking
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For chef Matt Wilkinson, vegetables come first. Whether he's cooking in the kitchen of his Melbourne eatery Pope Joan or for his young family at home, Matt plans and builds his dishes around the vegetables in season, when they'll taste the best, be cheapest and most readily available. Today too many of us - chefs and home cooks alike - plan our meals around the meat (or protein) and carbohydrate components letting the vegetables play second fiddle. In this book Matt Wilkinson lets his favourite vegetables take centre stage. This beautifully illustrated book will appeal to vegetarians but it's not a vegetarian cookbook. There are plenty of dishes incorporating meat but Mr Wilkinson's favourite vegetables are the true stars. Recipes include: Blanched white asparagus with ricotta and witlof; crushed broad bean and lentils, goat's curd & pear; barnsley onion soup; salad of heirloom beetroot, smoked eel, bresaola, blood orange and bitter leaves; green garlic champ with poached egg and grilled ox tongue; nettle and crab ravioli with silverbeet and samphire; and many more. All titles in this series: Mr Wilkinson's Favourite Vegetables: Spring Mr Wilkinson's Favourite Vegetables: Summer Mr Wilkinson's Favourite Vegetables: Autumn Mr Wilkinson's Favourite Vegetables: Winter Mr Wilkinson's Favourite Vegetables: The Collection
Category: Cooking

Mr Wilkinson S Favourite Vegetables The Collection

Author : Matt Wilkinson
ISBN : 9781743361566
Genre : Cooking
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Littlest Geri tries hard to stretch up to the other giraffes so he can feature in a group photo - but is everyone looking at things from the wrong perspective? This is a picture book for anyone who has ever felt different from the herd.
Category: Cooking

Mr Wilkinson S Favourite Vegetables

Author : Matt Wilkinson
ISBN : 9781743438503
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 63.18 MB
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For chef Matt Wilkinson, vegetables come first. Whether he's cooking in the kitchen of his Melbourne eatery Pope Joan or for his young family at home, Matt plans and builds his dishes around the vegetables in season, when they'll taste the best, be cheapest and most readily available. Today too many of us - chefs and home cooks alike - plan our meals around the meat (or protein) and carbohydrate components letting the vegetables play second fiddle. In this book Matt Wilkinson lets his favourite 24 vegetables take centre stage. This beautifully illustrated book will appeal to vegetarians but it's not a vegetarian cookbook. Among the more than 90 recipes are plenty of dishes incorporating meat but Mr Wilkinson's favourite vegetables are the true stars.
Category: Cooking

Brogan

Author : Thomas Brogan
ISBN : 9781411685062
Genre :
File Size : 37.54 MB
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The Brogan Book is a collection of thoughts, ideas, rants, blarney and sarcasm taken from the blog, The Thoughts of Thomas. It takes a look at everyday situations in life and puts a new spin on them. From dealing with life at work to handling that awkward silence in an elevator, Brogan has you covered. A great new book by Iowa author Thomas Brogan. Makes a great conversation piece or coaster for your coffee table
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Why Do Onions Make Me Cry

Author : Jay Ingram
ISBN : 9781982110833
Genre : Humor
File Size : 35.22 MB
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Discovery Channel host and acclaimed writer Jay Ingram helps you find the answers to questions you've never really settled, like “What is déjà vu?” “Why do we blink?”, “Why are yawns contagious?” and the perennial “Do we really use only 10% of our brains?” Note that this book is a combined and abridged edition of The Science of Why and The Science of Why2. Have you ever wondered if people really do weird things during the full moon? How about whether fingernails grow faster than toenails? And do we really dream in color? Jay Ingram is here to put these and many other long-lived scientific uncertainties to rest in this whimsically illustrated guide to the science of everyday life. Combining the wit of What If? by Randall Munroe and the accessible science smarts of ASAP Science, this new collection features answers to common queries with part sections that address the supernatural, the human body, the animal kingdom, the natural world, and more. It includes fun facts, myth busters and line drawings, all with the end goal of delighting and surprising your inner science geek. Whether these questions have been on your mind constantly, or occasionally resurface like the myth of Loch Ness (Is it real?), whether they’re silly (Why does my pee smell like asparagus?) or serious (Why does time speed up as I age?) or just plain frustrating (Why do mosquitoes love me?), Ingram will settle them once and for all.
Category: Humor

Mobile Library

Author : David Whitehouse
ISBN : 9781447274742
Genre : Fiction
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Twelve-year-old Bobby Nusku is an archivist of his mother. He catalogues traces of her life and waits for her to return home. Bobby thinks that he's been left to face the world alone until he meets lonely single mother Val and her daughter Rosa. They spend a magical summer together, discovering the books in the mobile library where Val works as a cleaner. But as the summer draws to a close, Bobby finds himself in trouble and Val is in danger of losing her job. There's only one thing to do -- and so they take to the road in the mobile library . . . Quirky, dark, magical and full of heart, Mobile Library by David Whitehouse is both a tragicomic road trip and a celebration of the adventures that books can take us on. It's a love-letter to unlikely families and the stories that shaped us.
Category: Fiction

The Collected Writings Of Joe Brainard

Author : Ron Padgett
ISBN : 9781598531770
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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An artist associated with the New York School of poets, Joe Brainard (1942-1994) was a wonderful writer whose one-of-a-kind autobiographical work I Remember ("a completely original book" -Edmund White) has had a wide and growing influence. It is joined in this major new retrospective with many other pieces that for the first time present the full range of Brainard's writing in all its deadpan wit, madcap inventiveness, self-revealing frankness, and generosity of spirit. The Collected Writings of Joe Brainard gathers intimate journals, jottings, stories, one-liners, comic strips, mini-essays, and short plays, many of them available until now only as expensive rarities, if at all. "Brainard disarms us with the seemingly tossed- off, spontaneous nature of his writing and his stubborn refusal to accede to the pieties of self-importance," writes Paul Auster in the introduction to this collection. "These little works . . . are not really about anything so much as what it means to be young, that hopeful, anarchic time when all horizons are open to us and the future appears to be without limits." Assembled by the author's longtime friend and biographer Ron Padgett and including fourteen previously unpublished works, here is a fresh and affordable way to rediscover a unique American artist.
Category: Biography & Autobiography