Goat Song

Author: Brad Kessler
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416561153
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Acclaimed novelist Brad Kessler lived in New York City but longed for a life on the land where he could grow his own food. After years of searching for a home, he and his wife, photographer Dona Ann McAdams, found a mountain farmhouse on a dead-end road, with seventy-five acres of land. One day, when Dona returned home with fresh goat milk from a neighbor's farm, Kessler made a fresh chèvre, and their life changed forever. They decided to raise dairy goats and make cheese. Goat Song tells about what it's like to live intimately with animals who directly feed you. As Kessler begins to live the life of a herder -- learning how to care for and breed and birth goats -- he encounters the pastoral roots of so many aspects of Western culture. Kessler reflects on the history and literature of herding, and how our diet, our alphabet, our religions, poetry, and economy all grew out of a pastoralist milieu among hoofed animals. Kessler and his wife adapt to a life governed by their goats and the rhythm of the seasons. And their goats give back in immeasurable ways, as Kessler proves to be a remarkable cheesemaker, with his first tomme of goat cheese winning lavish praise from America's premier cheese restaurants. In the tradition of Thoreau's Walden and Annie Dillard's Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, Goat Song is both a spiritual quest and a compelling and beautiful chronicle of living by nature's rules.

The Life Of Cheese

Author: Heather Paxson
Editor: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520270177
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"The Life of Cheese is the definitive work on America's artisanal food revolution. Heather Paxson's engaging stories are as rich, sharp, and well-grounded as the product she scrutinizes. A must read for anyone interested in fostering a sustainable food system." Warren Belasco, author of Meals to Come: A History of the Future of Food "Heather Paxson's lucid and engaging book, The Life of Cheese, is a gift to anyone interested in exploring the wonderful and wonderfully complex realities of artisan cheesemaking in the United States. Paxson deftly integrates careful considerations of the importance of sentiment, value and craft to the work of cheesemakers with vivid stories and lush descriptions of their farms, cheese plants and cheese caves. While she beguiles you with the stories and tastes of cheeses from Vermont, Wisconsin and California, she also asks you to envision a post-pastoral ethos in the making. This ethos reconsiders contemporary beliefs about America's food commerce and culture, reimagines our relationship to the natural world, and redefines how we make, eat, and appreciate food. For cheese aficionados, food activists, anthropologists and food scholars alike, reading The Life of Cheese will be a transformative experience." Amy Trubek, author of The Taste of Place: A Cultural Journey into Terroir

Food Lit A Reader S Guide To Epicurean Nonfiction

Author: Melissa Brackney Stoeger
Editor: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1610693760
Size: 13,42 MB
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An essential tool for assisting leisure readers interested in topics surrounding food, this unique book contains annotations and read-alikes for hundreds of nonfiction titles about the joys of comestibles and cooking.

The Small Scale Cheese Business

Author: Gianaclis Caldwell
Editor: Chelsea Green Publishing
ISBN: 1603585494
Size: 18,97 MB
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Originally published in 2010 under the title The farmstead creamery advisor.

Urban Homesteading

Author: Rachel Kaplan
Editor: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
ISBN: 161608054X
Size: 11,80 MB
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Teaches self-reliance, sustainability, and green living in urban areas, from growing food with limited space and making solar cookers to raising chickens.

The Economist

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The Illustrated London News

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Author: مارك مغربى كيرلانسكى
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ISBN: 9789990601732
Size: 18,67 MB
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Author: أبي المنذر هشام بن محمد بن السائب الكلبي
Editor: ktab INC.
ISBN: 9771800159
Size: 17,21 MB
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لقد ظهر الإسلام في بلاد العرب فكان همه الأول تطهير ربوعها من الشرك بالله ومحو كل أثر لعبادة الأصنام والأوثان حتي إذا فاز القائم بالدعوة إلي التوحيد بكل ما يريد وجمع كلمة العرب علي الدين الجديد وإنتقل عليه الصلاة والسلام إلي الرفيق الأعلي إرتد كثير من الأعراب إلي الطواغيت وعباداتهم الأولي حينئذ تجرد لهم خليفته أبو بكر الصديق فأعادهم إلي حظيرة الإيمان

Issues In Biological And Life Sciences Research 2011 Edition

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Editor: ScholarlyEditions
ISBN: 1464963355
Size: 14,24 MB
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