Chilies To Chocolate

Author: Nelson Foster
Editor: University of Arizona Press
ISBN: 9780816513246
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Draws on disciplines as diverse as anthropology, ethnobotany, and agronomy to trace the biological and cultural history of the crops indigenous to the Americas and how they made their way to the kitchens of the Old World. Simultaneous.

From Chili To Chocolate

Author: Susan Brocker
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Vegetables And Fruits Historical Supplement

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Chocolate

Author: Karl Petzke
Editor: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9780811815918
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Finally, chocolate gets the lavish treatment it deserves. In the sophisticated style that distinguished its best-selling predecessors, Espresso and Champagne, Chocolate is a richly illustrated celebration of life's most seductive treat. Whether you prefer the simple comfort of Hershey's cocoa or a decadent dark chocolate souffle you will delight in this delicious volume. Over twenty recipes for luscious confections and surprising savories, including warm chocolate risotto and white chocolate lime tart, are paired with evocative images to create a gorgeous feast for the eyes. A history of chocolate and how it is made, complete with anecdotal facts such as how the Tootsie Roll was named; literary excerpts from the work of M.F.K. Fisher, Roald Dahl, and others; and a clever glossary make Chocolate an elegant and unique homage to "the food of the gods."

Vegetarian Times

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To do what no other magazine does: Deliver simple, delicious food, plus expert health and lifestyle information, that's exclusively vegetarian but wrapped in a fresh, stylish mainstream package that's inviting to all. Because while vegetarians are a great, vital, passionate niche, their healthy way of eating and the earth-friendly values it inspires appeals to an increasingly large group of Americans. VT's goal: To embrace both.

Built On Chocolate

Author: James D. McMahon (Jr.)
Editor: Stoddart
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Traces the life of Milton Hershey and the history of the company he founded

Chocolate Tree

Author: Allen M. Young
Editor: Smithsonian Inst Press
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Traces the history of chocolate, describes how plantations cultivate and harvest cacao trees, and describes the tree's ecological niche

Technology The Environment And Social Change

Author: Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials, Inc. Meeting
Editor: Salalm Secretariat
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Final Report Seminar On The Acquisition Of Latin American Library Materials

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Chocolate

Author: Christine McFadden
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ISBN: 9780681602250
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Chocolate

Author: Parragon, Incorporated
Editor: Parragon Publishing
ISBN: 9780752579528
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"Strength is the capacity to break a chocolate bar into four pieces with your bare hands--and then eat just one of the pieces."--JUDITH VIORST, poet. Chocolate is more than just a food--it's a consuming passion, a sensual delight, melting in your mouth, bursting into rich flavor. Whether dark, bittersweet, or milky; with or without nuts; shaped into a bite-size bar or a classic bonbon, it's the ultimate indulgence. Increase your enjoyment of this epicurean delight, shown in mouthwatering pictures, through an understanding of its intricacies, its manufacture from tree to truffle, and its many varieties. Take a tour of the most esteemed chocolatiers, learn to distinguish between a premium and lower-grade product, and find out who produces the most exclusive chocolate in the world. The piece de resistance: recipes so you can do what's most important--make delicious chocolate confections of your own!

Vegan Boards

Author: Kate Kasbee
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ISBN: 0760370516
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The 50 plant-based boards and platters in Vegan Boards are incredibly beautiful to the eye and deliciously tempting to the palate.

The World On A Plate

Author: Joel Denker
Editor: Westview Press
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Traces the colorful culinary history of immigrants and the impact that their native foods and unique neighborhoods—from New York City’s Lower East Side to New Orleans’ Italian Quarter—has had on American folk culture

Chili And The River Plate In 1891

Author: George C. Morant
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Library Journal

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The Sonoran Quarterly

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Sacred Gifts Profane Pleasures

Author: Marcy Norton
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Focusing on the Spanish Empire, Marcy Norton investigates how tobacco and chocolate became material and symbolic links to the pre-Hispanic past for colonized Indians and colonizing Europeans alike. Botanical ambassadors of the American continent, they also profoundly affected Europe. Tobacco, once condemned as proof of Indian diabolism, became the constant companion of clergymen and the single largest source of state revenue in Spain. Before coffee or tea became popular in Europe, chocolate was the drink that energized the fatigued and uplifted the depressed. However, no one could quite forget the pagan past of tobacco and chocolate, despite their apparent Europeanization: physicians relied on Mesoamerican medical systems for their understanding of tobacco; theologians looked to Aztec precedent to decide whether chocolate drinking violated Lenten fasts.

Chocolate Chili Pepper Love

Author: Becky Freeman
Editor: Harvest House Pub
ISBN: 9780736902373
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Becky Freemans Chocolate Chili Pepper Love is a heartwarming collection of fun ideas and funny tales that will bring a new perspective to your marriage.Finding a good dose of humor and hope amidst the clutter of kids and romantic moments gone wrong, Becky reminds readers that marriage is a journey to be celebrated. In this book readers will discover:the differences between an easy vanilla marriage, a fun strawberry marriage, and the excitement of a chocolate-chili pepper marriagethe keys to making a high-maintenance relationship successfulhow to have fun even in the difficult timesMixing humor, vulnerability, and inspiration, Beckys writing will delight and encourage anyone who enjoys touching stories sprinkled with rich spiritual truths.

Official Gazette Of The United States Patent And Trademark Office

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Superfoods

Author: David Wolfe
Editor: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 9781556437762
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In this lively, illustrated overview, well-known raw-foods guru Wolfe profiles delicious and incredibly nutritious superfoods--vibrant, nutritionally dense foods that offer tremendous dietary and healing potential.