Back To Butter

Author: Molly Chester
Editor: Fair Winds Press (MA)
ISBN: 159233587X
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DIVDIVIt’s time to get back to your roots (literally) with Back to Butter. It’s time to get away from processed and industrialized foods and enjoy an energizing, nutrient-rich, and satisfying lifestyle. It’s time to feel great!/divDIV /divDIVThe traditional food movement focuses on real, whole foods—foods that our ancestors ate—and is quickly becoming the diet and lifestyle of choice for those looking to nourish themselves in the most sound and natural way possible./divDIV /divDIVTraditional foods are unprocessed, naturally raised, traditionally prepared, deeply nourishing, and decidedly unrefined. Authors Molly Chester and Sandy Schrecengost take you through the basics of a traditional diet with ease and understanding, offering a list to get your pantry started and why some of the natural foods that you may have though you should avoid (like butter, eggs, full-fat dairy, and meat) are actually healthy and essential./div/divDIV /divDIVAnd eating a traditional diet doesn’t mean you can’t have your favorites!/divDIV White Bean Chicken Chili/divDIV Caesar Salad with Sourdough Herbed Croutons/divDIV Baked Potatoes with the Works/divDIV Buttermilk Pan-Fried Chicken/divDIV Wonderful Winter Pot Roast/divDIV Hummus, Guacamole, and Onion dips!/divDIV Peach Caramel Pie/divDIV Rich Chocolate Cake with Raspberry Sauce/divDIV /divRediscover how great whole foods can be with this guide to natural, healthy meals that make you want to thank your grandmother’s grandmother’s grandmother.

Shackleton S Forgotten Expedition

Author: Beau Riffenburgh
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 9781596918931
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Shackleton's Forgotten Expedition is the story of Ernest Shackleton's epic journey toward the South Pole. Lacking funds and plagued by hunger, cruel weather, and unpredictable terrain, Shackleton and his party accomplished some of the most remarkable feats in the history of exploration. Not only were members of the expedition the first to climb the active volcano Mount Erebus and the first to reach the South Magnetic Pole, but Shackleton himself led a party of four that trudged hundreds of miles across uncharted wastelands and up to the terrible Antarctic Plateau to plant the Union Jack only ninety-seven miles from the South Pole itself. Based on extensive research and first-hand accounts Riffenburgh makes the expedition vivid while providing fascinating insight into the age of British exploration and Empire. Beau Riffenburgh is a historian specializing in exploration. A native of California, he earned his doctorate at the Scott Polar Research Institute, University of Cambridge, where he is currently the editor of Polar Record. He is the author of the critically praised The Myth of the Explorer and editor of the Encyclopedia of the Antarctic. A Selection of the History Book Club "Riffenburgh's perceptive book blends first-hand accounts with original research and a fast-paced narrative, providing a cracking adventure."-The Times Literary Supplement UK "A masterful balance of true drama and first-rate scholarship. The narrative moves with the speed of a novel, while the author's unerring eye for historical detail captures the essence of polar exploration and explorers and locates Shackleton and his men in the grand scheme of empire."-Sir Ranulph Fiennes Also available: HC 1-58234-488-4 ISBN-13: 978-1-58234-488-1 $25.95

Parliamentary Debates

Author: New Zealand. Parliament
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Parliamentary Debates

Author: New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives
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Tyme To Throw Stones

Author: Michael A. Davis
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0615422225
Size: 15,33 MB
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The Heart Of The Antarctic And South

Author: Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton
Editor: Wordsworth Editions
ISBN: 9781840226164
Size: 10,90 MB
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Ernest Shackleton led two Antarctic expeditions, and died shortly after the beginning of the third. His expedition ship Endurance was trapped, then crushed in the ice, before his party could be landed, leaving his men in a hopeless situation. For months Shackleton held his party together before taking to boats and bringing everyone to safety.

Music Mukluks Mulligan Stew

Author: E. Grace Veale Mitts
Editor: Xulon Press
ISBN: 1602663947
Size: 10,57 MB
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A tantalizing 'smorg' for the discriminating literary palate; ... color, texture and taste to nurture the soul and rekindle the spirit. Whatever your fancy, from salad to dessert ... a savory spread awaits! Explore The Salad Bar for a feature dish of armchair nostalgia ... from English hearth to the sunny Okanagan to Canada's diamond-studded north. Enjoy a home-cooked bowl of mulligan stew ... life-relevant, entertaining, thought-provoking essays, and more ... full-bodied and piping hot from the Table d'Entree. Indulge in dessert. Reflect on a bouquet of the author's original song lyrics ... Canadiana, Gospel and other ... from The Dessert Garden. Wrap up your taste experience with 'after-dinner' Reflections: From the Summit. Music, Mukluks & Mulligan Stew ... from the humorous to the heartwarming to the sublime ... offers a warm and compelling invitation to Christian faith and lifestyle. ... A totally engaging read, celebrating wholistic, Christian perspective on life's foundational virtues and values. GRACE VEALE MITTS graduated mid-twentieth century from Canadian Northwest Bible Institute (now Vanguard College) in Edmonton, Alberta. A number of ensuing years were spent in Christian missions among the First Nations Slavey Dene of Canada's Northwest Territories. A composer/lyric-writer ... and piano teacher for close to four decades, the author has enjoyed contributing locally to church music ministry. She was earlier privileged to provide Hay River's celebrated NWT Centennial Choir with musical support during (1970) commemorative performance tours. The author has served on mission hospital and seniors' care facility governing boards and assisted in the establishment of a local feed-the-hungry initiative. Inspirational writing and the creative arts are among her personal passions. The author and her husband have three adult daughters and continue to live in the Great Slave Lake south shore community of Hay River.

Taltos

Author: Anne Rice
Editor: Ballantine Books
ISBN: 0307575926
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When Ashlar learns that another Taltos has been seen, he is suddenly propelled into the haunting world of the Mayfair family, the New Orleans dynasty of witches forever besieged by ghosts, spirits, and their own dizzying powers. For Ashlar knows this powerful clan is intimately linked to the heritage of the Taltos. In a swirling universe filled with death and life, corruption and innocence, this mesmerizing novel takes us on a wondrous journey back through the centuries to a civilization half-human, of wholly mysterious origin, at odds with mortality and immortality, justice and guilt. It is an enchanted, hypnotic world that could only come from the imagination of Anne Rice . . . Praise for Taltos “Taltos is the third book in a series known as the lives of the Mayfair witches. . .Their haunted heritage has brought the family great wealth, which is exercised from a New Orleans manse with Southern gentility; but of course such power cannot escape notice . . . or challenge . . . Rice is a formidable talent. . . . [Taltos]is a curious amalgam of gothic, glamour fiction, alternate history, and high soap opera.”—The Washington Post Book World “Anne Rice will live on through the ages of literature.”—San Francisco Chronicle “An intricate, stunning imagination.”—Los Angeles Times Book Review “Spellbinding . . . mythical . . . Anne Rice is a pure storyteller.”—Cosmopolitan “Beautifully written.”—Kirkus Reivews (starred review) “Her power of invention seems boundless. . . . She has made a masterpiece of the morbid, worthy of Poe's daughter. . . . It is hard to praise sufficiently the originality of Miss Rice.”—The Wall Street Journal

The Small Change Diet

Author: Keri Gans
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451608934
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THE ONLY “DIET” PLAN YOU WILL EVER NEED! No deprivation, no struggles. Just ten small changes that will transform your life. Keri Gans, spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association, shares her simple plan for weight-loss success that lasts a lifetime. The Small Change Diet isn’t about creating unrealistic, unsustainable rules—like counting calories, restricting choices, or eliminating entire food groups. It’s about turning smart habits into second nature. When it comes to achieving healthy, continued weight loss, the smallest adjustments often make the biggest impact. The key is mastering one new habit before expecting yourself to tackle another. Keri breaks each of the plan’s ten easy steps into even smaller, more manageable solutions. The best part is that you decide what to focus on and when you’re ready to move on. Take your time! Once you’ve made all ten changes, you’ll be healthier and thinner—for good!

Belgian Cuisine

Author: Various Various
Editor: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3861951207
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A complete Collection of Belgian Cuisine at the Beginning of the last Century.