The Dirty Dishes

Author: Isaac Carew
Editor: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 1509840990
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'Unassailable culinary credentials.' The Times 'A really great kitchen companion, full of easy-to-follow tasty dishes based on good-quality ingredients.' Gizzi Erskine Classically trained chef and model Isaac Carew takes it back to the kitchen with his debut cookbook The Dirty Dishes, featuring the fun, delicious and tasty food that’s inspired his life-long love of cooking. The Dirty Dishes is a fresh and modern collection of one hundred recipes: from lazy brunches to easy weekday suppers, and from vegan delights to late-night bites. He shares new takes on classics including Poached Salmon Niçoise, celebrates his love of pasta with Lasagne, Crab Linguine and Butternut Squash Cannelloni, and introduces more adventurous yet surprisingly easy recipes like Tamarind Treacle Tart. Modern and bursting with flavour, the book reveals the secrets of Isaac's culinary training and gives you everything you need to get a bit messy and have fun in the kitchen. Isaac's dad and godfather both worked in kitchens, so Isaac grew up washing mussels and leafy greens. He qualified as a chef in his teens and went on to work in some of the best restaurants in the world. Since then, via a high-profile modelling career, Isaac has nurtured his passion for great cooking and diverse food with the fashion capitals as his inspiration.

Trapped Among The Dirty Dishes

Author: Hannah E. Lewis
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1503557448
Size: 10,11 MB
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A lighthearted story describing the experience of a six-year-old at a party. It captures the imagination of children and the child in all of us.

The Dirty Network

Author: A. M. Halvorssen
Editor: The Wild Rose Press Inc
ISBN: 150922386X
Size: 11,40 MB
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A Moroccan journalist stumbles upon a story that can make or break her career…and her life. Zakia Karim receives a request to meet a former boyfriend, Elias, who works for an oil and gas company in Morocco. She doesn't respond because her long-distance marriage to an American is already hanging by a thread. Less than a week later, Elias is incinerated in a fracking incident, which may not be an accident. She discovers the oil and gas company is cutting shady deals with someone in the government. The closer Zakia gets to the truth, the more danger she encounters. For security reasons, her family moves to the United States. But when she is accused of murdering a Scottish climate scientist in Iceland, Zakia must uncover the truth about the conspiracy, the Dirty Network, to save herself.

All The Dirty Secrets

Author: Marian Lanouette
Editor: Lyrical Press
ISBN: 1516104811
Size: 19,50 MB
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It’s a shocking blast from the past when homicide detective Jake Carrington finds himself investigating the last woman he’d suspect of murder . . . Recovering from a stab wound to the gut, and dealing with the news that his sister’s killer might beat the system, Lieutenant Jake Carrington needs some downtime. But that’s cut short by a very sensitive case: the murder of the police commisioner’s wife. The crime scene—a dive hotel, complete with provocative, incriminating photos—suggests the victim was having an affair. But Jake finds that hard to believe—as hard to believe as the #1 suspect . . . Jake hasn’t seen his highschool sweetheart, Melinda Mastrianni, since the day his sister, Eva, died. He’d turned down Eva’s request for a ride so he could go see Melinda, and the guilt has never left him. Now Melinda’s a local photographer, mostly shooting weddings and graduations. Definitely not the kind of pics that led him to her doorstep. But when Melinda disappears, and more prominent women turn up dead, Jake will have to navigate through a twisted blackmailing scheme to find out if the girl he once knew is long gone—or if she’s a killer’s next target . . . “Tense and authentic—a suspenseful page-turner!” —Leo J. Maloney on All the Pretty Brides

Dirty Dishes Dirty Laundry Dirty Men

Author: Susan Morgan
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1450004571
Size: 10,74 MB
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The One Year Devotions For Kids

Author: Children's Bible Hour
Editor: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 9780842346627
Size: 16,91 MB
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A collection of devotions for each day of the calendar year, including readings, illustrative stories, memory verses, and questions to internalize the messages.

Flight Of A Nightingale

Author: Rita Molyneux
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1465391355
Size: 15,30 MB
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Julie, who is employed as a theatre sister in a hospital, in Sydney, Australia, witnesses a murder on her way home from work. Knowing the murderer will try to kill Julie, the only witness, the police advise her to leave the area until the murderer is caught, and not to disclose to anyone, including her new Boss, that shes a nurse hiding from a killer, as it could lead him to her. This proves very difficult when she takes a job as a cook on a cattle station in the outback.. The owner of the cattle station, a ruggedly handsome, Dan Makepeace, is very suspicious as to why a beautiful young woman would want to work as a cook in the outback, and is very hostile to her when she arrives to take up her new employment. His distrust of her leads to a great deal of conflict between them, which is not helped by the build up of sexual tension between them. Could Julie have jumped from the frying pan into the fire and does the killer find her?

Orphaned Fostered And Adopted

Author: Marissa Kline-Gonzales
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1465334165
Size: 15,71 MB
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A true memoir of a child who had seen and experienced it all before age nine, living in the third-world country of the Philippines, her family succumbed to poverty. Her birth mother died when she was seven and was separated from her siblings that she loves. She was put in two foster homes, where one based their child rearing in superstitions, blaming her for every bad thing that happened. She was also put in two orphanages, where she was later adopted by an American couple. She writes of her growing experiences from a girl to a young lady while living in the countryside of Pennsylvania. Life was not easy for this young girl learning the language, culture, and the people around her. Read it to believe it. She will touch your heart. This book will make you realize what she went through as an orphan, foster and adopted child. You will also learn of her struggle to be happy and how she manages to get through her trials and find real love. Marissa Kline-Gonzales lives in Bayonne, New Jersey, with her husband, Al. They were married August of 2006. After graduating from high school in 1998, she went to Word of Life Bible Institute for a year. Now she is a flight attendant for an airline and annually visits her birth family in the Philippines. She not only sees her family but also visits the orphanages where she grew up. Her love for those children will never diminish for she was once like them.

Pons W Rterbuch F R Green Line

Author: Anonimo
Editor: PONS
ISBN: 9783125176799
Size: 16,38 MB
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Escotilha

Author: João P. A.
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1291592520
Size: 12,20 MB
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Escotilha was a humble flat in a major European city where hundreds of travellers from all over the world lived temporarily. These are some of their stories, as told by the host, interweaving naive notions of anarchism, love and hospitality exchange.