The New Laurel s Kitchen

With all this to consider, the cooking time can vary by half in either direction. ... If your local paper runs a greengrocer's column, check it regularly to learn about vegetables new to you, and new ways to prepare the familiar ones.

The New Laurel s Kitchen

The complete cookbook and reference center for the whole-foods kitchen - over a million copies sold! The New Laurel's Kitchen is everything that made the first edition loved and trusted, with hundreds of new recipes and the latest nutritional information. • Over 500 recipes, ideas, menus, and suggestions, each tested and perfected for satisfying, wholesome home cooking • Imaginative use of low-cost, easy-to-find foods • Dozens of ways to cut back on fat without losting flavor • Revolutionary food guide that makes good nutrition easy • Sections on cooking for children, elders, pregnant moms, athletes • Practical applications of the latest in nutrition science

Anne Lindsay s Light Kitchen

It is available in many supermarkets and most greengrocers. The dry leaf cilantro is not a good substitute. FISH SAUCE This staple in Thai and Vietnamese cooking has a salty taste and awful smell, but it adds wonderful flavour to sauces ...

Anne Lindsay s Light Kitchen

First published in 1991, this new edition of Anne Lindsay's Light Kitchen features fully revised introductory material that can help anyone with a health concern — be it excess weight or high levels of blood glucose, blood pressure or blood fats— make lifestyle changes that will enhance their wellbeing. Anne Lindsay's Light Kitchen also features: Glycemic Index (GI) rating for recipes with 10 grams of carbohydrate or more, for easier monitoring of blood glucose levels and weight management Canadian Diabetes Association Food Choice Values for each recipe Nutrient analysis for each recipe, showing calories, protein, fats, carbohydrate, fibre, sodium and potassium Over 200 creative, easy and delicious recipes Make Ahead instructions for most recipes

The Modern Witchcraft Guide to Magickal Herbs

KITCHEN. WITCHERY. T. he kitchen witch is a beloved magickal icon. While there are many different types of witches, those who practice solitary ... She is just as likely to find her ingredients at the greengrocer's store or the farmer's ...

The Modern Witchcraft Guide to Magickal Herbs

Incorporate herbs into spells, rituals, and divination with this all-inclusive guide to the benefits of using herbal magic in witchcraft. From creating potions to using dried herbs in rituals, herbal magic is a natural way to practice witchcraft. Herbs can be used in many different ways to help set the intention through every part of a witch’s process. In The Modern Witchcraft Guide to Magickal Herbs, learn everything you need to use the most powerful herbs and use them as an essential part of your practice. Including information on which herbs are best for what kinds of spells, how to use herbs in divination and rituals, and step-by-step guides to making herbal bundles, potions, and sprays, this guidebook has all the important facts to make your herbal witchcraft a success. Jam-packed with herbal ideas, this guide is perfect for both beginners and experienced witches looking to incorporate more herbs into their practice. Beautiful and functional, it is easy to navigate and offers a detailed guide to herbal magic!

The Greengrocer s Diet

Michael Panetta Greengrocer Michael Panetta is a father The best bit, however, was how much with three young children who, ... Before starting the diet, Meredith wasn't very confident in the kitchen and rarely cooked green vegetables.

The Greengrocer s Diet

Judy Davie The Food Coach believes that, in an era of expensive health food 'product' and complex but highly restrictive diets, the best approach to weight loss and better health is relatively simple and based on readily available ingredients with an emphasis of fresh produce. Vegetables and fruit are the lowest calorie and highest nutrient options around. If eaten seasonally and prepared well, they are also cheap and delicious. Boosting a meal with vegies makes us feel fuller and diminishes our desire for unhealthy foods. The Greengrocer's Diet is a complete seasonal-based eating program that promotes long-term weight loss and good health. The diet is based on seasonally available ingredients and draws from all the major food groups - meat and fish, grains, dairy, and of course fresh fruit and vegetables. Stick to the portions and you will lose weight; increase the portions slightly and it's suitable for the whole family. The book includes over 220 delicious recipes all beautifully photographed, seasonal lists, meal plans, nutritional guidelines for every dish and clear, safe advice on occasional fasting. Also included are the success stories of The Greengrocer's Diet participants, some of whom have lost up to 32 kilograms. Other benefits of the diet include lowered blood pressure, improved digestion, better sleep, improved skin and hair quality and big increases in energy levels. Practical and delicious, this is a diet that will help you lose weight safely and over the long term, and will steer you towards a way of eating you and your family will benefit from forever. This is a specially formatted fixed layout ebook that retains the look and feel of the print book.

Canadian Book Review Annual

Cooking tips , a primer on herbs , and a few health notes , together with a well - rounded collection of ... Organized alphabetically , from artichokes and asparagus to watercress and zucchini , The Greengrocer's Kitchen makaes an ...

Canadian Book Review Annual


The Dark Enquiry

Any one of us might have disguised ourselves as a greengrocer's lad and slipped down to the kitchen with the fatal root and done the deed without the cook ever noticing at all.” “Including the general? In full evening dress and bald as ...

The Dark Enquiry

Séances and secrets threaten Lady Julia Grey and her family in this next adventure of Victorian mystery and magic, only from New York Times bestselling author Deanna Raybourn Partners now in marriage and in trade, Lady Julia and Nicholas Brisbane have finally returned from abroad to set up housekeeping in London. But merging their respective collections of gadgets, pets and servants leaves little room for the harried newlyweds themselves, let alone Brisbane’s private enquiry business. Among the more unlikely clients: Julia’s very proper brother, Lord Bellmont, who swears Brisbane to secrecy about his case. Not about to be left out of anything concerning her beloved—if eccentric—family, spirited Julia soon picks up the trail of the investigation. It leads to the exclusive Ghost Club, where the alluring Madame Séraphine holds evening séances…and more than a few powerful gentlemen in thrall. From this eerie enclave unfolds a lurid tangle of dark deeds, whose tendrils crush reputations and throttle trust. Shocked to find their investigation spun into salacious newspaper headlines, bristling at the tension it causes between them, the Brisbanes find they must unite or fall. For Bellmont’s sake—and more—they’ll face myriad dangers born of dark secrets, the kind men kill to keep. Previously published. Look for the complete Lady Julia Grey mystery series by Deanna Raybourn! Book # 1: Silent in the Grave Book # 2: Silent in the Sanctuary Book # 3: Silent on the Moor Book # 3.5: Midsummer Night (novella) Book # 4: Dark Road to Darjeeling Book # 5: The Dark Enquiry Book # 5.5: Silent Night (novella) Book # 5.6: Twelfth Night (novella) Book # 5.7: Bonfire Night (novella)

Personalism and the Politics of Culture

"The Civil Servant' is about a man shot in his kitchen, "The Greengrocer' about a man shot behind the counter of his shop, and "The Linen Workers' about the killing of ten factory workers, imagined in conjunction with memories of the ...

Personalism and the Politics of Culture

This book deals with interrelationships between literature and religion to examine the idea of the person in relation to the politics of culture. Throughout, Patrick Grant maintains that ideology separates value from fact, spirit from matter, and this separation depersonalises. In a series of chapters dealing with body, city, others, freedom, and transgression, and through a selection of texts from the New Testament to the Northern Irish poets, he shows how literature, spirituality, and postmodern culture might jointly liberate persons in a society committed to democratic process and socialist values.

The Girl s Own Outdoor Book

I order the dining - room in quarter - pound pats , the kitchen in half - pounds , and the cooking in one lump . ... In purchasing at the greengrocer's one of the first things to be considered is appropriateness ; the vegetables should ...

The Girl s Own Outdoor Book


Beach Potato

She threw open the familiar door to the old greengrocers while glancing behind her and to her relief saw she'd out run ... But as usual that was the only food in the shop as all the other shelves were filled with kitchen roll and a few ...

Beach Potato


Sailing Against the Wind

And so I can sneak out quietly through the greengrocer's entrance hall. In my woolly Naissaar socks. ... I rush across to the door leading to the kitchen—that too is locked. ... the greengrocer yells back from the kitchen.

Sailing Against the Wind

Jaan Kross's historical novel Sailing Against the Wind fictionalizes the life of Bernhard Schmidt (1879-1935), an Estonian-born inventor. Schmidt lost an arm in his youth while experimenting with a homemade rocket, resulting in psychological trauma that would plague him for the rest of his life. Largely self-taught, Schmidt was driven to seek recognition of his talents. He moved to Germany in the 1930s, where, after perfecting techniques for polishing lenses, he began developing ideas for improving astronomical telescopes. He was arrested for selling one to the Russians, and although he got off with only a warning, he later suffered a breakdown and was sent to a mental hospital, where he soon died. Sailing Against the Wind becomes a meditation on national identity, the relationship between history and the individual life, and the mechanisms of the historical novel as a genre.

The Greengrocer s Kitchen

In The Greengrocer's Kitchen: Fruit and Nuts, Pete Luckett offers 150 casual gourmet recipes based on these heavenly temptations, plus tips on almost every page for selection, storage, and preparation. Fruit eaten raw is sublime.

The Greengrocer s Kitchen

Pete Luckett, Canada's Greengrocer, has transformed produce from an ordinary commodity into the jewel of the shopping basket. His newest cookbook is a guide to the seductive pyramids of luscious fruits that shoppers love to fondle but may not have dared to take home. The Greengrocer's Kitchen: Fruit and Nuts is the key to buying, storing, and preparing those Edenic temptations. The Greengrocer's Kitchen: Fruit and Nuts contains over 150 recipes, as well as tips on every page for choosing the most delectable specimens and keeping them in prime condition. Fruit eaten raw is sublime; cooked, it’s ambrosial. With Cape Gooseberries, simply separate the sections of the husk into wings and dip the berries in melted chocolate, or strut your culinary stuff by creating a sensational Pavlova with Passion Fruit Sauce and Cape Gooseberries. Recipes such as Oriental Apricot Glaze for Salmon and Pork Tagine with Prunes and Apples show the glory of fruit in savoury dishes. Tropical Trail Mix, easy enough for children, and elegant Dried Cranberry and Pistachio Biscotti exploit the natural affinity between dried fruit and nuts.

Kitchens or Sink

Tom Duxbury was from a family of greengrocers. He was clearly a risk-taker. In August 1899 the York Herald announced an award for gallantry by the Royal Humane Society to 'Tom Duxbury, Greengrocer, Bingley, for plunging into the Leeds ...

Kitchens  or Sink

A business memoir and manual from Matthew Ingle, the founder of Howdens.

Passion of a Foodie An International Kitchen Companion

Upmarket greengrocers and Asian markets should have this herb available. BASILIC/BASILICO/BASILIKUM: = French/Spanish/German. See BASIL BASMATI RICE: Indian/Middle Eastern Cooking = Looks like a finer version of long grain rice.

Passion of a Foodie   An International Kitchen Companion

With the influx of cookbooks, cooking shows, and chefs in today's world, it's difficult to find something out of the ordinary that defines cooking in a whole new way. Passion of a Foodie is that something. Best-selling author Heidemarie Vos recounts a fascinating story and her journey of putting together the world's first cross-referenced book regarding food-using more than five languages. This cookbook will become an invaluable resource for your kitchen, cooking school, culinary vacations, professional chef training institute/academy or restaurant as its contents provide endless information about ingredients-what they are and where to find them-cooking terms, and what they mean, as well as exotic recipes from all over the globe. It also helps the food import/export industry with language. From the new bride/novice cook to the professional chef, Passion of a Foodie is a must have, must read guidebook that provides a detailed classification of foods and their ingredients. As a cook/chef, you'll wonder how you ever survived without it.Heidemarie Vos is a writer with a best selling cookbook to her credit, Chili South Africa, as well as commissioned recipe books for the South African Company Fruit and Veg City. Mrs. Vos has traveled to over 40 countries and has lived on three continents. She is currently writing a nonfiction book about her recently deceased South African husband, and although she herself is an American citizen, she lives in Port Elizabeth, South Africa at this time. Publisher's website: www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/PassionOfAFoodie.html

The Reporter s Kitchen

I followed White's recipe to the letter and, for the first time, went eye to eye with a celery root, which I cubed to simmer along with the parsnips and the rutabagas—root vegetables that appear in my New York greengrocer's bins so ...

The Reporter s Kitchen

Jane Kramer started cooking when she started writing. Her first dish, a tinned-tuna curry, was assembled on a tiny stove in her graduate student apartment while she pondered her first writing assignment. From there, whether her travels took her to a tent settlement in the Sahara for an afternoon interview with an old Berber woman toiling over goat stew, or to the great London restaurateur and author Yotam Ottolenghi's Notting Hill apartment, where they assembled a buttered phylo-and-cheese tower called a mutabbaq, Jane always returned from the field with a new recipe, and usually, a friend. For the first time, Jane's beloved food pieces from The New Yorker, where she has been a staff writer since 1964, are arranged in one place--a collection of definitive chef profiles, personal essays, and gastronomic history that is at once deeply personal and humane. The Reporter's Kitchen follows Jane everywhere, and throughout her career--from her summer writing retreat in Umbria, where Jane and her anthropologist husband host memorable expat Thanksgivings--in July--to the Nordic coast, where Jane and acclaimed Danish chef Rene Redzepi, of Noma, forage for edible sea-grass. The Reporter’s Kitchen is an important record of culture distilled through food around the world. It's welcoming and inevitably surprising.

Feeding the People in Wartime Britain

Exeter city council formed a subcommittee, which visited Taunton's National Kitchen and recommended that Exeter should ... monopoly which would take away the livelihood of tradespeople in the city, whether greengrocers or restaurateurs.

Feeding the People in Wartime Britain

While the history of food on the home front in wartime Britain has mostly focused on rationing, this book reveals the importance and scale of nation-wide communal dining schemes during this era. Welcomed by some as a symbol of a progressive future in which 'wasteful' home dining would disappear, and derided by others for threatening the social order, these sites of food and eating attracted great political and cultural debate. Using extensive primary source material, Feeding the People in Wartime Britain examines the cuisine served in these communal restaurants and the people who used them. It challenges the notion that communal eating played a marginal role in wartime food policy and reveals the impact they had in advancing nutritional understanding and new food technologies. Comparing them to similar ventures in mainland Europe and understanding the role of propaganda from the Ministry of Food in their success, Evans unearths this neglected history of emergency public feeding and relates it to contemporary debates around food policy in times of crisis.

The Kitchen Diaries

When the sausages are pale gold on all sides , add the onion to the pan and continue cooking until it is soft and ... softly flushed Muscats at a supermarket in Marylebone , and even decent Italia grapes at the greengrocer's .

The Kitchen Diaries

Chronicles a year's worth of grocery shopping, food preparation, and entertaining as experienced by the award-winning author of Toast, in an account in which he likens food selection to an adventure and cooks a wide range of seasonal dishes.

A Framework for Learning

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A Framework for Learning

This book offers carers, practitioners and managers a tried and tested structure for enabling adults with a range of complex needs to develop their individual skills and experience. It also provides a flexible framework which is suitable for specialist colleges and training centers for people with learning difficulties.

The Girl on the Wall

I seem to recall that even during the war scraps of holly and mistletoe would be available at the greengrocers for those who could afford them. Both the front room and the kitchen would be decorated so that we could enjoy the atmosphere ...

The Girl on the Wall

Jean Baggott is 'the girl on the wall' - a 1948 photograph taken of her when she was eleven - whose life was never going to be remarkable and the pinnacle of whose achievements would come from being a wife and a mother. Almost 60 years later, with her children gone, dealing with the loss of the love of her life, Jean began the education denied to her as a girl. Inspired by ceilings of Lincolnshire's Burghley House and by the History degree she had begun, Jean began to stitch a tapestry which looked back at her life and the changing world around her. It took sixteen months to complete. The tapestry consists of over 70 intersecting circles, each telling some aspect of her life. Some represent extraordinary events such as the moon landings or world historical news stories like the Cuban Missile Crisis; some circles comment on famous people and places she remembers, others about the music she loves - Pink Floyd - and the games she played as a child, and growing up during the second world war with her brothers. Each chapter of "The Girl on the Wall" features a circle from the tapestry and Jean's accompanying narrative, exploring the circle and the memories it evokes. It reveals an ordinary life in extraordinary detail. The result is a truly unique, touching portrait of a seemingly average British woman's life. To stand back and look at the tapestry is to be struck by the richness of one human journey - from 1940 to the present day. The girl on the wall would be proud. The book includes a full-colour pull-out of Jean's tapestry inside the back cover.