Every Last Crumb

Paleo Bread and Beyond

Every Last Crumb

Everybody loves bread! This fluffy, crusty favorite is a staple in so many cultures around the world, yet sadly, it is one of the first items people remove from their diet when they need or choose to transition to a gluten-free or Paleo diet. Many are left with a “dietary dent” that is not easily filled. Get prepared to have your life changed. Every Last Crumb will take you down a revolutionary bread-making road with recipes that look, smell, and taste like their gluten-filled counterparts. These recipes use healthier ingredients, and many of them are accessible to those with dietary restrictions. Dairy-free? Egg-free? Nut-free? Every Last Crumb has you covered. You will be exposed to coconut flour, almond flour, and chestnut, plantain, and sweet potato flours, which will open your eyes to new ways of making healthy and tasty breads and other baked goods. Experience favorites that you won’t find anywhere else, from grain-free croissants and puff pastries to easy-to-prepare sandwich breads, soft pretzels, bagels, rolls, and more. Transform your healthy diet into a magical feel-good experience with no guilt. You’ll find yourself eating Every Last Crumb and then some. Finally, you can experience comfort food the right way! Inside this book you’ll find: More than 150 recipes for all types of baked goods, both sweet and savory Lots of egg-free, nut-free, yeast-free, and lower-carb options for those with dietary restrictions Classic, everyday breads like sandwich bread, hamburger buns, and dinner rolls Specialty breads like lavash, naan, arepas, and tortillas Breakfast treats like bagels, muffins, donuts, scones, waffles, pancakes, and even croissants and danish A variety of burgers and sandwiches, along with condiments to top them Chips, crackers, and pretzels to satisfy every snack craving Desserts for every occasion, from cookies and brownies to decadent cakes An informative overview of grain-free baking ingredients A helpful section of baking tutorials, with tips on measuring ingredients precisely and proofing dough

Baking Style

Art Craft Recipes

Baking Style

A dazzling celebration of the art and craft of baking from the award-winning author of Baking by Flavor and ChocolateChocolate. Popular food writer Lisa Yockelson—whose articles, essays, and recipes have appeared in The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, and Gastronomica—presents what has fascinated her during a lifetime of baking. With 100 essays and more than 200 recipes, along with 166 full-color images, Baking Style is infused with discoveries, inspirations, and exacting but simple recipes for capturing the art and craft of baking at home. Baking Style combines the genre of the culinary essay with recipes, their corresponding methods, and illustrative images, revealing Yockelson’s uniquely intimate expression of the baking process. In these pages, she explores bars, hand-formed, and drop cookies; casual tarts; yeast-raised breads; puffs, muffins, and scones; waffles and crepes; tea cakes, breakfast slices, and buttery squares; cakes and cupcakes. “A collection of cakes, cookies and breads that will gladden the heart of any baking enthusiast. It’s an encyclopedic book from an author whose recipes really work!” —The New York Times Book Review

Atlanta and Environs

A Chronicle of Its People and Events, 1880s-1930s

Atlanta and Environs

Atlanta and Environs is, in every way, an exhaustive history of the Atlanta Area from the time of its settlement in the 1820s through the 1970s. Volumes I and II, together more than two thousand pages in length, represent a quarter century of research by their author, Franklin M. Garrett—a man called “a walking encyclopedia on Atlanta history” by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. With the publication of Volume III, by Harold H. Martin, this chronicle of the South's most vibrant city incorporates the spectacular growth and enterprise that have characterized Atlanta in recent decades. The work is arranged chronologically, with a section devoted to each decade, a chapter to each year. Volume I covers the history of Atlanta and its people up to 1880—ranging from the city's founding as “Terminus” through its Civil War destruction and subsequent phoenixlike rebirth. Volume II details Atlanta's development from 1880 through the 1930s—including occurrences of such diversity as the development of the Coca-Cola Company and the Atlanta premiere of Gone with the Wind. Taking up the city's fortunes in the 1940s, Volume III spans the years of Atlanta's greatest growth. Tracing the rise of new building on the downtown skyline and the construction of Hartsfield International Airport on the city's perimeter, covering the politics at City Hall and the box scores of Atlanta's new baseball team, recounting the changing terms of race relations and the city's growing support of the arts, the last volume of Atlanta and Environs documents the maturation of the South's preeminent city.

The Cost of Doing Business

A Novel

The Cost of Doing Business

Diane Morris, 33, a divorced single parent, balances work and home responsibilities as she drives Louisiana's rural highways to negotiate oil-drilling rights with a feisty widow, a black farmer and a self-important autocrat—neighboring landowners whose conflicting claims embroil Diane in intrigue and intimidation, mystery and arson.

The TimeStorm Trilogy

The TimeStorm Trilogy

The story of three generations of a family and their quest to rid the world of an evil that threatens their very existence

Weightless

Making Peace With Your Body

Weightless

There's a wave of body dissatisfaction sweeping across society. While bookstore shelves are well-stocked with tomes on how to overcome body image problems, very few take a faith-based, much less Catholic, approach to self-healing. Weightless: Making Peace With Your Body speaks not only to those who may have faced an eating disorder, but also to anyone who wants to live an abundant life, unencumbered by our culture's obsession with thinness, physical beauty, youth, or food.

Interrupted Aria

Interrupted Aria

Venice, 1731. Opera is the popular entertainment of the day. Tito Amato, mutilated as a boy to preserve his enchanting soprano voice, returns to the city of his birth with his friend Felice, a singer whose voice has failed. Disaster strikes Tito's opera premier when the singer loses one beloved friend to poison and another to unjust accusation and arrest. Alarmed that the merchant-aristocrat who owns the theater is pressing the authorities to close the case, Tito races the executioner to find the real killer. The possible suspects could people the cast of one of his operas: a libertine nobleman and his spurned wife, a jealous soprano, an ambitious composer, and a patrician family bent on the theater's ruin. With carnival gaiety swirling around him and rousing Venetian passions to an ominous crescendo, Tito finds astonishing secrets lurking behind the masks of his own family and friends.

Politics and Aesthetics in Contemporary Native American Literature

Across Every Border

Politics and Aesthetics in Contemporary Native American Literature

Over the last twenty years, Native American literary studies has taken a sharp political turn. In this book, Matthew Herman provides the historical framework for this shift and examines the key moments in the movement away from cultural analyses toward more politically inflected and motivated perspectives. He highlights such notable cases as the prevailing readings of the popular within Native American writing; the Silko-Erdrich controversy; the ongoing debate over the comparative value of nationalism versus cosmopolitanism within Native American literature and politics; and the status of native nationalism in relation to recent critiques of the nation coming from postmodernism, postcolonialism, and subaltern studies. Herman concludes that the central problematic defining the last two decades of Native American literary studies has involved the emergence in theory of anti-colonial nationalism, its variants, and its contradictions. This study will be a necessary addition for students and scholars of Native American Studies as well as 20th-century literature.

A Royal Duty

A Royal Duty

The untold story behind one of the most sensational chapters in the history of the House of Windsor. Paul Burrell fought to clear his own name. Now he reveals new truths about Princess Diana – and presents for the first time as faithful an account of her thoughts as we can ever hope to read. He was the favourite footman who formed a unique relationship with the Queen. He was the butler who the Princess of Wales called ‘my rock’ and ‘the only man I can trust’. He was accused of theft, then acquitted following the historic intervention of the monarch. He was the Princess’ most intimate confidante – and is the only person able to separate the myth from the truth of the Diana years. Now at last Paul Burrell cuts through the gossip and the lies and takes us closer to the complex heart of the Royal Family then ever before.