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The foods we choose feed not only our bodies, but every facet of our being. Yet clean-eating can feel so dauntingand what about those doughnuts? Thankfully, clean-eating doesn't have to be daunting, boring, or anywhere in between. Emily Frisella comes to the rescue with creative, flavorful, fun-to-eat, clean-eating recipes inspired by classic comfort foods. Take the shackles off your taste buds and allow them to indulge in delicious, flavor-packed recipes for every part of your day: breakfasts, snacks, lunch or dinner sides, lunch or dinner entres, desserts, and hunger-banishing smoothies. The recipes in this book are exciting to eat as they are friendly to your waistline (and budget). The Fresh Farmhouse Kitchen is the real clean-eating cookbook. For real life. And you don't even have to give up the doughnuts!
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After ten years away, Keeley Carpenter is excited to be back in Belfrey, the traditional English village hometown she fled as a shy teen, with a plan to reopen her father's neglected butcher shop as a yoga café, where she will sell delicious vegetarian food by day and teach yoga classes at night. However the more traditional residents of Belfrey do not take kindly to this idea-or really anything they deem even remotely "New Age-y." Within an hour of her arrival, Keeley comes face to face with Detective Constable Ben Taylor, who tells her that someone has just tried to burn down her shop. When officers arrived to stop the blaze, a body was found upstairs. Horrified by this news, Keeley is also startled to be reintroduced to Ben as DC Taylor, as he was her high school crush. In spite of her instant attraction to him, Keeley is determined to keep Ben at arm's length. As she settles back in to Belfrey and makes plans for her opening day, she soon finds herself embroiled in a murder investigation. When Keeley starts being threatened herself, she realizes someone may be out to kill more than her business prospects - but can she and Ben find the culprit before it's too late? A warm, intriguing cozy debut that includes recipes from Keeley's café, Downward Facing Death is perfect for fans of Laura Childs and Cleo Coyle.
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