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Table of contents for formulas Many to write on the record box and frame box for Updated internally with the numbers page. Each two-page spread will have an area for the title, service size, preparation time, direction, cooking time, oven temperature, ingredients and notes. The recipe book has a blank template for 50 pocket-sized recipes for your purse, kitchen, or home. Perfect use for recipes, food recipes, secret recipes, meal planning, favorite food, note writing and more.
Table of contents for formulas Many to write on the record box and frame box for Updated internally with the numbers page. Each two-page spread will have an area for the title, service size, preparation time, direction, cooking time, oven temperature, ingredients and notes. The recipe book has a blank template for 50 pocket-sized recipes for your purse, kitchen, or home. Perfect use for recipes, food recipes, secret recipes, meal planning, favorite food, note writing and more.
In The Pot and How to Use It, Roger Ebert--Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic, admitted "competent cook," and long-time electric rice cooker enthusiast--gives readers a charming, practical guide to this handy and often-overlooked kitchen appliance. While The Pot and How to Use It contains numerous and surprisingly varied recipes for electric rice cookers, it is much more than a cookbook. Originating from a blog entry on Roger's popular Web site, the book also includes readers' comments and recipes alongside Roger's own discerning insights and observations on why and how we cook. With an introduction by vegetarian cookbook author Anna Thomas and expert assistance from recipe consultant and nutritionist Yvonne Nienstadt, The Pot and How to Use It is perfect for fans of Roger's superb writing, as well as anyone looking to incorporate the convenience and versatility of electric rice cookers into his or her kitchen repertoire.
"Roger Ebert's "criticism shows a nearly unequaled grasp of film history and technique, and formidable intellectual range." --New York Times Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic Roger Ebert presents more than 500 full-length critical movie reviews, along with interviews, essays, tributes, journal entries, and Q and As from "Questions for the Movie Answer Man" inside Roger Ebert's Movie Yearbook 2011. From Inglourious Basterds and Crazy Heart to Avatar, Fantastic Mr. Fox, and the South Korean sensation The Chaser, Roger Ebert's Movie Yearbook 2011. includes every movie review Ebert has written from January 2008 to July 2010. Also included in the Yearbook are: * In-depth interviews with newsmakers such as Muhammad Ali and Jason Reitman. * Tributes to Eric Rohmer, Roy Disney, John Hughes, and Walter Cronkite. * Essays on the Oscars, reports from the Cannes Film Festival, and entries into Ebert's Little Movie Glossary.
Tackles a human problem we all share―the fate of the earth and our role in its future Confident that your personal good deeds of environmental virtue will save the earth? The stories we encounter about the environment in popular culture too often promote an imagined moral economy, assuring us that tiny acts of voluntary personal piety, such as recycling a coffee cup, or purchasing green consumer items, can offset our destructive habits. No need to make any fundamental structural changes. The trick is simply for the consumer to buy the right things and shop our way to a greener future. It’s time for a reality check. Ecopiety offers an absorbing examination of the intersections of environmental sensibilities, contemporary expressions of piety and devotion, and American popular culture. Ranging from portrayals of environmental sin and virtue such as the eco-pious depiction of Christian Grey in Fifty Shades of Grey, to the green capitalism found in the world of mobile-device “carbon sin-tracking” software applications, to the socially conscious vegetarian vampires in True Blood, the volume illuminates the work pop culture performs as both a mirror and an engine for the greening of American spiritual and ethical commitments. Taylor makes the case that it is not through a framework of grim duty or obligation, but through one of play and delight, that we may move environmental ideals into substantive action.
This stylish collection of simple yet delectable recipes has the potential to improve your eating habits, health and wellbeing dramatically - while also ensuring you don't have to spend too long slaving away in the kitchen. Real Fresh Food means mostly organic, locally produced, unprocessed food: meals that have been prepared with a view to preserving as much of the nutrients present in the raw ingredients as possible, and ensuring they taste incredible. The combination of accessible and inspiring recipe ideas, beautiful images and practical advice gives you all the confidence you need to create sensational meals that the whole family will love. The book includes mostly gluten-free recipes and both meat and vegetarian dishes.
From Harvest Direct, one of America's leading distributors of TVP, comes a tasty assortment of recipes using textured soy protein, the quick-to-cook meat substitute.
Vegetarianism has been practiced in the United States since the country's founding, yet the early years of the movement have been woefully misunderstood and understudied. Through the Civil War, the vegetarian movement focused on social and political reform, but by the late nineteenth century, the movement became a path for personal strength and success in a newly individualistic, consumption-driven economy. This development led to greater expansion and acceptance of vegetarianism in mainstream society. So argues Adam D. Shprintzen in his lively history of early American vegetarianism and social reform. From Bible Christians to Grahamites, the American Vegetarian Society to the Battle Creek Sanitarium, Shprintzen explores the diverse proponents of reform-motivated vegetarianism and explains how each of these groups used diet as a response to changing social and political conditions. By examining the advocates of vegetarianism, including institutions, organizations, activists, and publications, Shprintzen explores how an idea grew into a nationwide community united not only by diet but also by broader goals of social reform.
Why do most diets fail? This latest book by Dr. Roger White provides a program for readers to promote wellness in forty days. It is more than a calorie-reduction diet and exercise program to lose weight. It is an experience. It explains why most diets fail and offers an alternative solution that is healthy and sustainable. Dr. White is a cardiologist with many years of experience dedicated to preventive health. He uses the story of Daniel from the Bible to promote a simple vegetarian diet and exercise program, yet it is more than a simple program. It acts as foundation for sustainable change. He uses case studies to create a narrative that is easy to read. The book contains a lot of practical information about weight reduction. We all could benefit from a little more wellness. This lifestyle program makes that possible.
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In 1932 C.E. Doolin, the operator of a struggling San Antonio confectionery, purchased for $100 the recipe for a fried corn chip product and a crude device used to make it, along with a list of nineteen customer accounts. From that humble beginning sprang Fritos ('fries' in Spanish), a product that, thanks to Doolin's marketing ingenuity and a visionary approach to food technology, would become one of the best-known brands in America. Fritos Pie is an insider's look at the never-before-told story of the Frito Company written by Kaleta Doolin, daughter of the company's founder. Filled with personal anecdotes, more than 150 recipes, and stories, this book recounts the company's early days, the 1961 merger that created Frito-Lay, Inc., and beyond.

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