Author: Dave Thomas
Release Date: 1995
Demonstrating the potential for effective business practices and moral behavior, a guide by the owner of the successful Wendy's fast-food chain describes the four sets of values that individuals can implement into their daily lives. Reprint.
The first cookbook from Food Network star Aaron McCargo Simply Done, Well Done is the new cookbook from one of the television’s fastest-rising stars. Aaron McCargo won the fourth season of The Next Food Network Star in 2008 and is quickly becoming a household name. Now starring in his own Food Network show, Big Daddy’s House, McCargo shares his passion for big, bold flavors and fun family cooking. Simple, flavorful, and down to earth, these mouthwatering recipes are sure to satisfy every member of the family. Leaving out the fussy cooking techniques and hard-to-find ingredients, McCargo shows you how to create bold flavors and satisfying dishes like Spicy Beef Quesadillas, Jerk Chicken with Smoked Gouda Sandwiches, or Salisbury Steak Bundles. And if, somehow, friends and family have room left for dessert, they’ll love his Candybar Cookies and Tiramisu Cupcakes. • Includes 120 recipes covering soups, salads, appetizers, side dishes, main courses, sandwiches, sauces, and desserts • Features enticing full-color photographs throughout When it’s time to cook for the family, Simply Done, Well Done will make sure that “delicious” is definitely on the menu.
Author: Richard Morgan
Release Date: 2005
Genre: Children's stories
Come into Charlie's world and see what he can do! Charlie has learned to do all sorts of exciting new things u all by himself! He can get dressed to go and play . . . well, almost! Wash his face in time for tea and even get to the potty in time! Charlie's antics make toddlers feel they can do it - all by themselves!
After returning from Vietnam, I kept my illness hidden for years with long hours of work, study, and sport: anything that produced total exhaustion and allowed me to fall into a bed and sleep … But I was wearing out … I survived on two, sometimes four hours' sleep a night, became hyper-vigilant, wary of crowded places, and my general physical health deteriorated … Then one night I collapsed. I knew I was dying. In this intensely personal account, Barry Heard draws on his own experiences as a young conscript, along with those of his comrades to look back at life before, during, and after the Vietnam War. The result is a sympathetic vision of a group of young men who were sent off to war completely unprepared for the emotional and psychological impact it would have on them. It is also a vivid and searingly honest portrayal of the author’s post-war, slow-motion breakdown, and how he dealt with it. Well Done, Those Men attempts to make sense of what Vietnam did to the soldiers who fought there. It deals with the comic absurdity of their military training and the horror of the war they fought, and is unforgettably moving in recounting what happened to Barry and his comrades when they returned home to Australia. As we now know, most Vietnam vets had to deal with a community that shunned them, and with their own depression, trauma, and guilt. Barry Heard’s sensitive account of his long journey home from Vietnam is a tribute to his mates, and an inspiring story of a life reclaimed.
Noddy's classic adventures are ready to be cherished by a whole new generation of children! With lots of adventures, new friends and excitement in store, these classic hardbacks are the perfect start to your child's Noddy library. Based on Enid Blyton's classic stories. Contains the well-known Beek artwork used in the original stories.
I was compelled to write about this restaurant life, as twelve years of hospitality all by yourself is tough yet can still be rewarding. The book fleetingly covers these twelve years and the encounters of the establishment and the public. It shows how everyone involved with money, food, or people in general have two faces. Today the media shows that chefs are demigods when in fact, they are strange little beings tainted by the degradation caused from the hours they work and the substances they are known to use. Put this with food and people, and we certainly have a story to tell. This is mine. Ducks Crossing was a small resort and restaurant as well as a wedding venue, and the stories told are true and certainly worthy of creating a series for TV. The book is about the rise to be the absolute best in the market and the obstacles placed by others while learning to stay calm, rational, and nonviolent, only to see the fall of your small empire caused by an unknown called progress.
Author: Jan & Mike Berenstain
Release Date: 2012-07-03
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
Brother, Sister, and Honey Bear need to clean their playhouse. They’d rather play outside. In The Berenstain Bears and A Job Well Done the Bear children learn what the Bible says about the joy of work.
Author: D. James Kennedy
Release Date: 2010-09-05
How can I hear, “Well Done” from God? Can I make God smile? Is there really a Christian Doctrine of “Do”? If you have ever asked these questions, look no further. This book is for you! We want to help you do the things God has commanded of you as a follower of Him. We do want to stress that good works cannot save anyone (It can’t be done! Only complete trust in what Jesus has done on the cross will), but God does command us to do certain things as faithful servants of His. The purpose of this book is to prepare you for the only day in your life that really counts. The goal is that you will put into practice those things Jesus has taught us in His Word. Through studying the Christian Doctrine of “Do” together, you and I can learn what it is to be faithful workers of God and “doers” for His kingdom. Then maybe one day, you and I will hear from the lips of our Savior, Jesus Christ, “Well done. You did what it was that I asked you to do. I put you in charge of a few things, and you