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Heart Of The Home

Author : Susan Branch
ISBN : 0996044035
Genre : Cooking
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Revised and expanded edition of Susan Branch's first illustrated cookbook published in 1986.

A Kitchen In France

Author : Mimi Thorisson
ISBN : 9780804185608
Genre : Cooking
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With beguiling recipes and sumptuous photography, A Kitchen in France transports readers to the French countryside and marks the debut of a captivating new voice in cooking. "This is real food: delicious, honest recipes that celebrate the beauty of picking what is ripe and in season, and capture the essence of life in rural France." —Alice Waters When Mimi Thorisson and her family moved from Paris to a small town in out-of-the-way Médoc, she did not quite know what was in store for them. She found wonderful ingredients—from local farmers and the neighboring woods—and, most important, time to cook. Her cookbook chronicles the family’s seasonal meals and life in an old farmhouse, all photographed by her husband, Oddur. Mimi’s convivial recipes—such as Roast Chicken with Herbs and Crème Fraîche, Cèpe and Parsley Tartlets, Winter Vegetable Cocotte, Apple Tart with Orange Flower Water, and Salted Butter Crème Caramel—will bring the warmth of rural France into your home. From the Hardcover edition.

Two Summers Of Adjustment

Author : Brigitta Gisella Geltrich-Ludgate
ISBN : 9781514437858
Genre : Fiction
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The novel “Two Summers of Adjustment” was written in the 1980s and rewritten in 2014/2015. It focuses on several incidents that got the author interested to write the novel. One was the imprisonment of an innocent man and how he had to adjust to life after being exonerated. The other is on separating a father from his family for over nine years and his adjustment to a now mostly full-grown family. It is not easy to fit in, as Bradford Barclay, the hero of the novel, found out. Bradford Barclay, the major hero of this novel, faces both of these incidents. His child, Resa, a baby when he got unjustly imprisoned, was taken care of by the child’s godfather, Joe Ferguson, a childhood blood-brother of Bradford. She stayed with her godfather until she was close to five years old. The connection between the child and the godfather was considerably strong, and Brad Barclay found himself in a situation where his child did not accept him as father and preferred to stay with her godfather and her godfather’s son, Tim Ferguson. The novel takes the reader through a series of incidents where both Bradford Barclay and Joe Ferguson lose their wives and find themselves the only ones trying to make life as comfortable as possible for Resa without destroying the friendship they had formed and sealed with their blood as boys. Series of thoughts of Bradford Barclay and of Resa move the story forward and explain to the reader why the individuals behave in the way they behaved at any particular time.

Revolutionary French Cooking

Author : Daniel Galmiche
ISBN : 9781848992214
Genre : Cooking
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This book is a must for all who want to learn the art of great cooking' - James Martin 'French food has undergone a transformation - in this book Daniel shows you how to master contemporary French recipes in your own home' - Heston Blumenthal In Revolutionary French Cooking much loved-chef Daniel Galmiche applies his approachable, easy-to-follow style to the new wave of modern French cuisine. Staying close to the French maxim of starting with quality ingredients and cooking them brilliantly, Daniel shows you how to rejuvenate and energize classic French style with unusual marriages of ingredients and flavours and unexpected twists. The result is over 100 exciting recipes for starters, mains, sides and desserts that are bursting with vibrant tastes, textures and aromas. These recipes are all simple to prepare at home, and throughout the book there are instructive features on the techniques used, such as water baths, which you'll quickly master. This is a book for lovers of heart-warming, beautiful food and a fresh taste of France.

Curiosities Of London

Author : John Timbs
ISBN : BSB:BSB10282062
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Fine Cooking Annual

Author : Fine Cooking
ISBN : 9781600850431
Genre : Cooking
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A handsome, brightly illustrated cookbook features dozens of the finest recipes to appear in Fine Cooking magazine, accompanied by tips on seasonal offerings, menu plans for any occasion, step-by-step guidelines on preparation techniques, expert cooking tips and tricks, more than three hundred color photographs, and a comprehensive index.

The Black Dog Summer On The Vineyard Cookbook

Author : Joseph Hall
ISBN : 9780316091602
Genre : Cooking
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The first cookbook from The Black Dog Tavern contains a collection of recipes from the summertime menu of this Martha's Vineyard restaurant, which has been deemed a true American institution. 75 color photos, 25 line drawings.

Mists Of The Vineyard

Author : Jim Northum
ISBN : 9781554872879
Genre : Fiction
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With her sister, loved and lost, Cathy finds heartache when the man of her dreams turns her away. Striking out with no goals, she stumbles into opportunity with an elder gentlemen and a dying vineyard. A budding friendship sparks renewed growth in a youthful exuberance, an old soul and some very rare grapevines. But lifeês not done mixing the ingredients. Add a few varmints, a couple of dogs, a sprouting pair of troubled teens, some winery competitions, a German vineyard, a dilapidated piano and an outdated farmhouse. And thatês not all. Just wait until the local vet gets involved.When a painful past opens doors to a possible future, can Cathy survive the walk through the present to reach happiness?

The Vineyard

Author : Barbara Delinsky
ISBN : 9780743211116
Genre : Fiction
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New York Times bestselling author Barbara Delinsky has written her most complex and emotionally rewarding novel yet: a story of two women, a generation apart, each of whose dream becomes bound with the other's. To her family, Natalie Seebring is a woman who prizes appearances: exquisitely mannered, a supportive wife, and head of a successful wine-producing enterprise. So when she announces plans to marry a vineyard employee mere months after the death of her husband of fifty-eight years, her son and daughter are stunned. Faced with their disapproval, Natalie decides to write a memoir. Olivia Jones is a dreamer, living vicariously through the old photographs she restores. She and her daughter, Tess, cling to the fantasy that a big, happy family is out there just waiting for them. When Natalie hires Olivia to help with her memoir, a summer at Natalie's vineyard by the sea seems the perfect opportunity to live out that fantasy. But all is not as it seems. As the illusion of an idyllic existence comes crashing headlong into reality, the lives of these two women, parallel in so many ways, become a powerful and moving story.

Ciao Italia In Tuscany

Author : Mary Ann Esposito
ISBN : 1429904100
Genre : Cooking
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Famed for its bustling cities rich with art, history, and centuries-old traditions, as well as for its gently rolling landscapes filled with vineyards, cypress trees, and olive groves, Tuscany is one of the most popular regions in Italy. Mary Ann Esposito, host of the longest-running television cooking show, invites us to experience the tastes, smells, and traditions of this wonderful region, one delectable meal at time. With eighty delicious recipes accompanied by anecdotes, travel essays, and cooking tips and techniques, this collection shares and explores the essence of Tuscan cooking. Cucina povera, country-style cooking, is the backbone of the Tuscan culinary heritage, and you'll see it in practice on an agricultural estate just outside of Siena, at a palazzino in the heart of Florence, at a popular restaurant in an industrial city, in medieval villages, and in the charming cities and towns across the region. Simple, flavorful ingredients are transformed into authentic, mouth-watering dishes such as Scarola e Fagioli (Escarole and Beans), Pappa al Pomodoro (Tomato Bread Soup), Patate con Olio e Ramerino (Potatoes with Olive Oil and Rosemary), Bistecca alla Fiorentina (Grilled T-bone Steak), Gnocchi di Patate con Salsa di Pecorino e Panna (Potato Gnocchi with Pecorino Cream Sauce), Panforte, Ricciarelli di Siena (Siena-Style Almond Cookies), and much more. Complete with information on mail-order sources, Web sites, and Tuscan restaurants, this celebration of the region of Tuscany is a tribute to the people practicing and preserving its rich culinary traditions.

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