Author: Donna Rathmell German
Publisher: Nitty Gritty Cookbooks
Release Date: 1994-03-01
Readers from across the country present their favorite recipes in this delightful collection. Combined with the best bread-baking tricks and troubleshooting tips, these recipes are perfect for sharing. Each is fully tested on more than 40 makes and models of bread machines.
Presents a look at Turkish cuisine, describing the most common herbs, spices, fruits, vegetables, meats, and fish used as ingredients in the cooking, along with 150 recipes for its most representative dishes.
Author: Courtney Dial Whitmore
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
Release Date: 2012
Sweet additions for any party. A well-known stylist and writer in the field of party design and decor, Courtney Dial Whitmore knows what's hot! Capitalizing on the popular trend of push-up pops, Courtney's love of entertaining turns Push-Up Pops into the perfect party resource. These treats use the ordinary off-the-shelf clear plastic molds but transform them into frozen fruit Popsicles, cake and pudding parfaits, cupcakes and 40 other treats. These beautiful layers are sweet additions to any party! Courtney Dial Whitmore's expertise has been seen in HGTV.com, Pawsh Magazine, Nashville Lifestyles Magazine, Ladies Home Journal, AOL's DIY Life, Get Married Magazine, MarthaStewart.com, and more. In addition to designing everything from children's birthday celebrations to chic dinner parties, she is also a writer for several online food and lifestyle publications including SHE KNOWS, Hostess With the Mostess, and Tablespoon. She runs the popular website pizzazzerie.com and lives in Nashville, Tennessee.
Give Your Low-Carb Diet A Healthy, Primal Makeover Without Sacrificing Taste The healthy, low-carb recipes in this cookbook taste so good you'll forget you're on a diet! Think you have to give up biscuits and gravy, waffles, rich sauces and pizza? Think again. The low-carb diet has proven itself effective, but when it's done with highly-processed low-carb alternatives, it is not always as healthy as it sounds. That's where Kyndra Holley comes in. She is the mastermind behind the blog Peace, Love and Low Carb, and has melded the best of both worlds: a time-tested low carb approach with healthy, whole-food Primal ingredients. Following the Primal template, Kyndra cuts out grains and gluten and emphasizes whole, unprocessed, "real" foods. A lifelong foodie with personal experience losing weight on the low-carb diet, Kyndra brings you mouthwatering comfort food recipes such as Caramelized Onion and Prosciutto "Mac" and Cheese, Italian Meatballs with Tomato Cream Sauce, Chili Dogs, Eggplant Lasagna and more. After all, who says dieting has to be about sacrifice? You'll feel fuller, radiant and satisfied thanks to these healthy, nutrient-dense low-carb meals.
Author: Karen Saunders
Publisher: Random House
Release Date: 2012-10-31
All too often a memory of our distant student past, toasties are the ultimate no-fuss snack, prepared in seconds and ready to eat in just a few minutes. With just a couple of basic ingredients, delicious cheap meals can be made in minutes, providing tasty snacks and sandwiches for every part of the day. With a few added extras, sweet and savoury gourmet toasties can take tired taste buds on an entirely new adventure. Toastie Heaven explores variations from the conventional, to the extravagant, quirky and indulgent. From classic toasties like Tuna, Sweetcorn and Pepper Melt, to vegetarian options like Brie, Redcurrant and Watercress toasties and even sweet desserts like Bread and Butter Pudding Toasties and Toffee Apple Toasties, there is a recipe for everyone. A must-have item perfect for people living on their own, children and students,Toastie Heaven is the ultimate cookbook for anyone wanting quick and tasty snacks with minimum effort and maximum taste.
Author: James A. Michener
Publisher: Dial Press
Release Date: 2013-12-17
In this classic novel, James A. Michener brings his grand epic tradition to bear on the four-hundred-year saga of America’s Eastern Shore, from its Native American roots to the modern age. In the early 1600s, young Edmund Steed is desperate to escape religious persecution in England. After joining Captain John Smith on a harrowing journey across the Atlantic, Steed makes a life for himself in the New World, establishing a remarkable dynasty that parallels the emergence of America. Through the extraordinary tale of one man’s dream, Michener tells intertwining stories of family and national heritage, introducing us along the way to Quakers, pirates, planters, slaves, abolitionists, and notorious politicians, all making their way through American history in the common pursuit of freedom. BONUS: This edition includes an excerpt from James A. Michener's Hawaii. Praise for Chesapeake “Another of James Michener’s great mines of narrative, character and lore.”—The Wall Street Journal “[A] marvelous panorama of history seen in the lives of symbolic people of the ages . . . An emotionally and intellectually appealing book.”—The Atlanta Journal-Constitution “Michener’s most ambitious work of fiction in theme and scope.”—The Philadelphia Inquirer “Magnificently written . . . one of those rare novels that is enthusiastically passed from friend to friend.”—Associated Press
Author: Jennifer Williams
Publisher: Robert Rose
Release Date: 2014-07-22
Easy breakfast sandwiches made at home. Breakfast is easier than ever using these delicious recipes and a breakfast sandwich maker. A morning meal can be a breeze: quick and delicious, easy to make, and ready in five minutes with minimal cleanup afterwards. Nutritionists are right that a good breakfast is the very best way to start a day, yet often it is a struggle for time and ideas on what to make. This book provides a really fun, fool-proof and fast way to make a delicious breakfast sandwich -- perfect for students, busy moms, teenagers and anyone on the go who finds it just too time consuming or cumbersome to make breakfast for themselves. All of these recipes have been designed for the speed of a breakfast sandwich maker along with easy-to-follow directions. All of these recipes can also be prepared using small kitchen appliances such as an all-in-one-griddle, sandwich maker or even good old-fashioned pots and pans. Here are some individual and crowd pleasers: Classic Breakfast Sandwiches Bacon, Avocado and Cheddar Breakfast Melt, Rustic Ham and Cheese Sandwich, Apple Bacon and Cheddar Croissant, Hash Browns and Sausage Vegetarian Chocolate Chip Blueberry Pancakes, Portabella Mushroom Sandwich, Caramelized Onion and Kale Frittata, Margherita Pizza, Florentine Eggs Anytime recipes Prosciutto, Artichokes and Cream Cheese on a Brioche, Chorizo Egg Torta, Southwestern Chicken Sandwich, Anytime Quesadillas, Cranberry Bagel Sausage.
How many great ideas begin with a nagging thought in the middle of the night that should disappear by morning, but doesn't? For Daniel Shumski, it was: Will it waffle? Hundreds of hours, countless messes, and 53 perfected recipes later, that answer is a resounding: Yes, it will! Steak? Yes! Pizza? Yes! Apple pie? Emphatically yes. And that's the beauty of being a waffle iron chef--waffling food other than waffles is not just a novelty but an innovation that leads to a great end product, all while giving the cook the bonus pleasure of doing something cool, fun, and vaguely nerdy (or giving a reluctant eater--your child, say--a great reason to dig in). Waffled bacon reaches perfect crispness without burned edges, cooks super fast in the two-sided heat source, and leaves behind just the right amount of fat to waffle some eggs. Waffled Sweet Potato Gnocchi, Pressed Potato and Cheese Pierogi, and Waffled Meatballs all end up with dimples just right for trapping their delicious sauces. A waffle iron turns leftover mac 'n' cheese into Revitalized Macaroni and Cheese, which is like a decadent version of a grilled cheese sandwich with its golden, buttery, slightly crisp exterior and soft, melty, cheesy interior.
Author: Philip J. Davis
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date: 2012-12-06
A number of years ago, Harriet Sheridan, then Dean of Brown University, organized a series oflectures in which individual faculty members described how it came about that they entered their various fields. I was invited to participate in this series and found in the invitation an opportunity to recall events going back to my early teens. The lecture was well received and its reception encouraged me to work up an expanded version. My manuscript lay dormant all these years. In the meanwhile, sufficiently many other mathematical experiences and encounters accumulated to make this little book. My 1981 lecture is the basis of the first piece: "Napoleon's Theorem. " Although there is a connection between the first piece and the second, the four pieces here are essentially independent. The sec ond piece, "Carpenter and the Napoleon Ascription," has as its object a full description of a certain type of scholar-storyteller (of whom I have known and admired several). It is a pastiche, contain ing a salad bar selection blended together by my own imagination. This piece purports, as a secondary goal, to present a solution to a certain unsolved historical problem raised in the first piece. The third piece, "The Man Who Began His Lectures with 'Namely'," is a short reminiscence of Stefan Bergman, one of my teachers of graduate mathematics. Bergman, a remarkable person ality, was born in Poland and came to the United States in 1939.
Anyone who grooved to the counterculture vibe of Doctorow's young-adult novels Little Brother (2008) and For the Win (2010) will embrace these stories heartily-no one can dole out technological cautionary tales while simultaneously celebrating technology as cunningly as Doctorow. This volume's single never-before-published story, "Epoch," is the standout, an ethically thorny but heartfelt update on the classic sf conceit of an AI that becomes too self-aware. Never one to avoid the jugular, Doctorow doesn't bother to assign Google an alias in "Scroogled"; the depiction of a world where we're all "Googlestalked" until we're "guilty of something" feels chillingly immediate. It's not always easy to warm up to Doctorow's purposeful characters, but it's easy to be swept up in their just-barely-futuristic travails of surveillance gone wrong and privacy shattered. Reading this on your iPhone? Then these stories are probably for you. -- Booklist