Bread Is Gold

Author: Massimo Bottura
Editor: Phaidon Press
ISBN: 9780714875361
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Massimo Bottura, the world's best chef, prepares extraordinary meals from ordinary and sometimes 'wasted' ingredients inspiring home chefs to eat well while living well. 'These dishes could change the way we feed the world, because they can be cooked by anyone, anywhere, on any budget. To feed the planet, first you have to fight the waste', Massimo Bottura Bread is Gold is the first book to take a holistic look at the subject of food waste, presenting recipes for three-course meals from 45 of the world's top chefs, including Daniel Humm, Mario Batali, René Redzepi, Alain Ducasse, Joan Roca, Enrique Olvera, Ferran & Albert Adrià and Virgilio Martínez. These recipes, which number more than 150, turn everyday ingredients into inspiring dishes that are delicious, economical, and easy to make.

Rambow Studenten

Author: Gunter Rambow
Editor: Hatje Cantz Pub
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Acknowledged father of contemporary European design, Gunter Rambow has influenced an entire generation of both commercial and non-commercial graphic artists.

Bread Therapy

Author: Pauline Beaumont
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1529362776
File Size: 12,30 MB
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'Bread Therapy is a book that deserves to be read from cover to cover, but it ultimately belongs in the kitchen: whether you're a complete beginner or a seasoned expert, you'll find the recipes immaculately explained, with infinite attention to detail, and inspiring ideas for the creative bread maker. An exciting new voice in the world of food writing.' - Orlando Murrin, President of the Guild of Food Writers 'A heartfelt, enlightening book for the baker in your family, your friends, and especially the baker within you.' - Dan Lepard, award-winning baker, food writer and photographer When life gets challenging, simple pleasures and timeless traditions can help us manage. Bread Therapy is a love letter to the art of making real bread. Making our own bread provides us with an unhurried, creative activity that is joyful, calming and productive - providing a much-needed antidote to life's stresses and strains. From kneading dough, to taking a delicious-smelling freshly baked loaf out of a hot oven, bread-making can be a mindful experience and a therapeutic craft that can nurture and nourish us. As yeast transforms flour and water, so making bread can transform us and our lives. As we seek 'slow skills' to free us from the digital world we are inhabiting more and more, and mindful activity to help us manage our mental wellbeing, so bread-making is experiencing a renaissance. This book will guide you through the art of bread making, with insight into the benefits of this ancient craft which will nourish mind and body. It celebrates bread making as a way of understanding ourselves better, learning important life lessons and making positive changes to our mental and physical wellbeing. It features eight simple bread recipes to get you started on your bread-making journey. Pauline Beaumont is a passionate bread baker, mother of six and counsellor who believes fervently in the power of bread-making to aid our emotional and psychological wellbeing. 'Pauline Beaumont writes persuasively about the power of something as simple as breadmaking to help us cope with life's stresses and disappointments.' - Andrew Whitley, author of Bread Matters and DO Sourdough - Slow bread for busy lives

Journal Of Discourses

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Baking With The St Paul Bread Club

Author: Kim Ode
Editor: Minnesota Historical Society
ISBN: 9780873515672
File Size: 32,13 MB
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Bored with book group? Join the St. Paul Bread Club as they fashion their favorite recipes, share tips and secrets that have long been kept, and build a rich community dedicated to the art of the perfect loaf.

Tropologia

Author: Benjamin Keach
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Studia Fennica

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Echoes And Voices From The Midland

Author: Isiaka Aliagan
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The Journal Of Discourses

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Sparks Of Glory

Author: Moshe Prager
Editor: Shengold Books
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File Size: 36,28 MB
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The Dublin University Magazine

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American Druggist And Pharmaceutical Record

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This Bread Is Mine

Author: Robert LeFevre
Editor: Pine Tree Press
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The Flaming Sword

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The Mining Magazine

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Business Review Weekly

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The Gold Of Honour In New Kingdom Egypt

Author: Susanne Binder
Editor: Australian Center for Egyptology
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File Size: 34,78 MB
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The "Gold of Honour" is a prestigious reward, mainly in the form of gold collars, which ancient Egyptian officials received from their king. The study analyses the archaeological, iconographic and inscriptional evidence for the reward in the New Kingdom. It explores the reasons why the officials were honoured and how the kings distributed their favours. The Gold of Honour emerges as a status symbol of king-centred, as opposed to role-based, ranking in society.

American Miller And Processor

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A Layman S Contribution To The Knowledge And Practice Of Religion In Common Life

Author: William ELLIS (Author of “Outlines of Social Economy.”.)
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How Much Of These Hills Is Gold

Author: C Pam Zhang
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0349011443
File Size: 36,50 MB
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LONGLISTED FOR THE BOOKER PRIZE 2020 LONGLISTED FOR THE RATHBONES FOLIO PRIZE 2021 A BARACK OBAMA BOOK OF THE YEAR 2020 'The boldest debut of the year . . . It is refreshing to discover a new author of such grand scale, singular focus and blistering vision' Observer America. In the twilight of the Gold Rush, two siblings cross a landscape with a gun in their hands and the body of their father on their backs . . . Ba dies in the night, Ma is already gone. Lucy and Sam, twelve and eleven, are suddenly alone and on the run. With their father's body on their backs, they roam an unforgiving landscape dotted with giant buffalo bones and tiger paw prints, searching for a place to give him a proper burial. How Much of These Hills is Gold is a sweeping adventure tale, an unforgettable sibling story and a remarkable novel about a family bound and divided by its memories. 'The 19th-century American West is the setting for C Pam Zhang's impressive debut. Rickety wagons, gambling dens, dusty towns and dodgy outlaws stalk its pages . . . How Much of These Hills is Gold breaks the mould [as a] revisionist immigrant fable of the making of the West . . . a daring and haunting epic' Sunday Times 'A truly gifted writer' Sebastian Barry, two-time Costa Book of the Year winner 'Pure gold' Emma Donoghue, Booker-shortlisted author of Room 'Dazzling' Daisy Johnson, Booker-shortlisted author of Everything Under A GWYNETH PALTROW BOOK CLUB PICK