Finger Food 140 Ricette Da Mangiare In Un Boccone

Author: Viviana Lapertosa
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ISBN: 9788878877382
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Science In The Kitchen And The Art Of Eating Well

Author: Pellegrino Artusi
Editor: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442690968
Size: 10,91 MB
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First published in 1891, Pellegrino Artusi?s La scienza in cucina e l?arte di mangier bene has come to be recognized as the most significant Italian cookbook of modern times. It was reprinted thirteen times and had sold more than 52,000 copies in the years before Artusi?s death in 1910, with the number of recipes growing from 475 to 790. And while this figure has not changed, the book has consistently remained in print. Although Artusi was himself of the upper classes and it was doubtful he had ever touched a kitchen utensil or lit a fire under a pot, he wrote the book not for professional chefs, as was the nineteenth-century custom, but for middle-class family cooks: housewives and their domestic helpers. His tone is that of a friendly advisor ? humorous and nonchalant. He indulges in witty anecdotes about many of the recipes, describing his experiences and the historical relevance of particular dishes. Artusi?s masterpiece is not merely a popular cookbook; it is a landmark work in Italian culture. This English edition (first published by Marsilio Publishers in 1997) features a delightful introduction by Luigi Ballerini that traces the fascinating history of the book and explains its importance in the context of Italian history and politics. The illustrations are by the noted Italian artist Giuliano Della Casa.

Storm Rose

Author: Corina Bomann
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ISBN: 9781503936010
Size: 17,47 MB
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When newly single Annabel Hansen moves to the coastal town of Binz, all she wants is to leave her former life behind. Soon after settling into a beautiful home overlooking the Baltic Sea, she stumbles upon an old fishing boat in a nearby harbor and discovers another purpose: to convert the bullet-riddled "Storm Rose" into a floating cafe. Yet there s more to this project than peeling paint and a bad engine. When Annabel finds an old letter from an East German defector who was smuggled to safety aboard the vessel, she and Christian her handsome new business partner set out to find its author. Together they ll unravel the "Storm Rose" s hidden past and a shocking mystery that will change Annabel s life forever."

Soups Stews Breads

Author: Gooseberry Patch
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 162093258X
Size: 15,35 MB
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Whether you're craving chicken noodle, creamy tomato, or loaded potato, a bowl of piping hot soup is always a good idea. Soups, Stews & Breads has over 350 of the most delicious recipes you can imagine, and is filled with photos, tips and serving ideas, too. Along with all your favorites, you'll find recipes for hearty chowders, satisfying stews, and scrumptious breads to serve with them. We've also included quick-fix and slow-cooker recipes! Soups, Stews & Breads makes it easy to whip up a batch of homemade chicken broth, a party-size crock of spicy chili, quick breads, crackers and croutons...all from one handy cookbook. It's the last soup book you'll ever need!

Cultural Heritage And Value Creation

Author: Gaetano M. Golinelli
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319085271
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Informed by systems thinking, this book explores new perspectives in which culture and management are harmoniously integrated and cultural heritage is interpreted both as an essential part of the social and economic context and as an expression of community identity. The combination of a multidisciplinary approach, methodological rigor and reference to robust empirical findings in the fertile field of analysis of UNESCO’s contribution mean that the book can be considered a reference for the management of cultural heritage. It casts new light on the complex relation of culture and management, which has long occupied both scholars and practitioners and should enable the development of new pathways for value creation. The book is based on research conducted within the framework of the Consorzio Universitario di Economia Industriale e Manageriale (University Consortium for Industrial and Managerial Economics), a network of universities, businesses and public and private institutions that is dedicated to the production and dissemination of knowledge in the field. This volume will be of interest to all who are involved in the study and management of the cultural heritage.

The History Of Accounting Professionalisation Of Accounting

Author: J. R. Edwards
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ISBN: 9780415190299
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School Social Work

Author: Michael S. Kelly
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780199706037
Size: 15,95 MB
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School Social Work: An Evidence-Informed Framework for Practice offers school social work students and veteran practitioners a new framework for choosing their interventions based on the best available evidence. It is the first work that synthesizes the evidence-based practice (EBP) process with recent conceptual frameworks of school social work clinical practice offered by leading scholars and policymakers. Many other books on EBP try to fit empirically validated treatments into practice contexts without considering the multiple barriers to implementing evidence-based practices in places as complicated and multi-faceted as schools. Additionally, there are vital questions in the literature about what the best levels for intervention are in school social work. Responding to the complexity of applying EBP in schools, this volume offers a conceptual framework that addresses the real-world concerns of practitioners as they work to provide the best services to their school clients. For each domain of school social work practice, the authors critically review interventions, presenting the current research with guidelines for addressing such implementation issues as cost, school culture, adaptations for special populations, and negotiating multiple arenas of practice. In addition, the chapters are grounded in the process of evidence-based practice, illustrating how school practitioners can pose useful questions, search for relevant evidence, appraise the evidence, apply it in keeping with client values, and monitor the results. Written by four school social work scholars with over four decades of theoretical, research, and practice experience, this volume will be relevant to both research faculty studying school social work interventions and students learning about school social work practice.

Transparency And Authoritarian Rule In Southeast Asia

Author: Professor of Politics & International Studies Garry Rodan
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134308116
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In Transparency and Authoritarian Rule in Southeast Asia, Rodan rejects the notion that the 1997-98 Asian economic crisis was further evidence that ultimately capitalism can only develop within liberal social and political institutions, and that new technology necessarily undermines authoritarian control. Instead, Rodan argues that in Singapore and Malaysia external pressures for transparency reform were, and are, in many respects, being met without serious compromise to authoritarian rule or the sanctioning of media freedom.

The Green Kitchen

Author: Frenkiel, David
Editor: Hardie Grant Books
ISBN: 1743580754
Size: 10,68 MB
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David Frenkiel and Luise Vindahl are the new faces of exciting vegetarian food. Their Green Kitchen Stories blog has a cult following and continually inspires people around the world to cook tasty, healthy vegetarian meals using only natural ingredients. In their book The Green Kitchen they share over 100 of their favourite and most delicious recipes. Combining everyday pantry staples with fresh, in-season produce, David and Luise tell the stories of their family kitchen, affirming just how easy it is to create nourishing, well-balanced dishes on a daily basis. Learn how to whip up Herb & Asparagus Frittata for breakfast, Wild Rice, Baked Herb & Pistachio Falafel for lunch, and Sicilian Parmigiana Di Zucchine for a supper to share with friends. Indulge your sweet tooth with Decadent Beetroot & Chocolate Cake or the exceptionally delicious Frozen Strawberry Cheesecake on a Sunflower Crust that is sure to be an instant hit with family and friends. Discover an array of soups, salads, juices and small bites that are simple to make but bold in flavour and stunning in presentation. Start your love affair with vegetarian eating with The Green Kitchen. Featuring gorgeous photography throughout, this beautiful cookbook will inspire everyone to cook and eat food that is good for the body and soul.

The Gluten Lie

Author: Alan Levinovitz
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1941393780
Size: 17,22 MB
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An incendiary work of science journalism debunking the myths that dominate the American diet and showing readers how to stop feeling guilty and start loving their food again—sure to ignite controversy over our obsession with what it means to eat right. FREE YOURSELF FROM ANXIETY ABOUT WHAT YOU EAT Gluten. Salt. Sugar. Fat. These are the villains of the American diet—or so a host of doctors and nutritionists would have you believe. But the science is far from settled and we are racing to eliminate wheat and corn syrup from our diets because we’ve been lied to. The truth is that almost all of us can put the buns back on our burgers and be just fine. Remember when butter was the enemy? Now it’s good for you. You may have lived through times when the Atkins Diet was good, then bad, then good again; you may have wondered why all your friends cut down on salt or went Paleo; and you might even be thinking about cutting out wheat products from your own diet. For readers suffering from dietary whiplash, The Gluten Lie is the answer. Scientists and physicians know shockingly little about proper nutrition that they didn’t know a thousand years ago, even though Americans spend billions of dollars and countless hours obsessing over “eating right.” In this groundbreaking work, Alan Levinovitz takes on bestselling physicians and dietitians, exposing the myths behind how we come to believe which foods are good and which are bad—and pointing the way to a truly healthful life, free from anxiety about what we eat.