Toast Marmalade

Author: Emma Bridgewater
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1473616212
Size: 18,91 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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'Emma Bridgewater, queen of kitchenware, proves herself to be queen of the memoir too.' Stephen Fry 'What a great read - a true British inspiration story - I loved it!' Cath Kidston 'Emma Bridgewater's captivating recipe for a happy family life: food, passion, work, love.' Meg Rosoff Plunge into the world of pottery, family, childhood, work, motorway service stations, holidays, beaches, markets, recipes, dressing-up boxes, patchworking, country & western music, picnics, camping and the lost world of telephone calls costing 2p. Emma Bridgewater looks back on her life and work, with a wonderful patchwork of stories that show the inspirations behind the Bridgewater business and how it all started after a failed attempt to find the perfect birthday present... This is the black and white ebook edition of Toast & Marmalade and Other Stories, published in hardback in 2014 by Saltyard Books. If you would like the original colour illustrated version of Toast & Marmalade it is available in hardback and as an ebook.

Winespeak

Author: Bernard Klem
Editor: Board and Bench Publishing
ISBN: 0980064805
Size: 16,23 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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If you read wine reviews, you're already either amused or confused by the soaring language wine writers often use to describe what they're smelling and tasting. But do you always know what they mean? Have you ever sipped a complex white and sensed what's so colorfully described as a peacock's tail? Have you ever savored a full-bodied red only to detect the ripe acrid smell of a horse stall? If not, you're in for a treat, because these terms and thousands more are all here to amuse, dismay, enlighten, inspire, puzzle, and utterly shock you . Welcome to the rich linguistic universe of wine speak: a world where words and wine intersect in an uncontrolled riot of language guaranteed to keep you entertained for hours. The author, a lifelong lover of both wine and words, has compiled and organized this unique thesaurus of 36,975 wine tasting descriptors into 20 special collections extracted from 27 categories so you can locate exactly the right term or phrase to express yourself clearly or to understand others. May your path across the galaxy of wine be paved only with labels from the very best bottles on earth. Or, much more cautiously, with wines that could introduce you to angel pee, citronella, eastern European fruit soup, Godzilla, iodine, ladies' underwear, mustard gas, old running shoes, rawhide, hot tar roads, bubblegum, sweaty saddles, crushed ants, kitchen drains, or even turpentine.

Culinary Arts Institute Encyclopedic Cookbook

Author: Ruth Berolzheimer
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 9780399513886
Size: 14,82 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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A guide to meal planning preparation which includes numerous menus for all occasions and thousands of tested recipes

Appearances

Author: Teresa Praga
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108071929
Size: 11,75 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This interesting piece of social history from 1899 describes how a newly married woman on a restricted income keeps house.

My Most Memorable Flights

Author: Ramon Archer
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 1440181497
Size: 10,71 MB
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Numerous exciting and breathtaking flying experiences have been described by the author. His extensive travel adventures in the US, Canada, Australia, Fiji and Hawaii have also been captured in this writing.

The Myrtle Reed Cook Book

Author: Myrtle Reed
Editor: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3732676277
Size: 12,95 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Reproduction of the original: The Myrtle Reed Cook Book by Myrtle Reed

Evan S War

Author: Malcolm Stevens
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 146910363X
Size: 19,69 MB
Format: PDF
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Evans War is the sweeping tale of a young coalminer whose life takes a dramatic turn when he joins the army at the onset of the First World War and is sent to fight the Turks at Gallipoli. The book traces the saga of Evan Morgan from childhood in a small coalmining town in the Rhondda Valley of South Wales to Turkey and beyond. The cast of characters includes Welsh and English, Turk and Armenian, American, Australian and Indian. Leaving behind his childhood sweetheart, Gwyn, with a promise of marriage once the war ends, Evan arrives in Gallipoli unprepared for the horrors of trench warfare. But he finds an inner strength that sustains him during the terror of the landings and ensuing campaign against the solidly entrenched Turkish army. When he is wounded and taken prisoner, Evan finds himself in a prison hospital near what was then Constantinople. A series of events brings him to seek refuge from the war in a seemingly serene farming village on the shores of the Bosphorus populated by Turks and Armenians. Here, while seeking peace and contentment, he falls increasingly under the spell of a beautiful but mute Armenian girl with a tragic past. And it is here that the course of his life changes in ways he could never have imagined. Evans story is one of divided loyalties: the emotional pull of his homeland and the peaceful, bucolic life he finds in the village; his love for the free-spirited poet he left behind in Wales, and for the Armenian village girl. It is also one of conflict between nations, and between neighbors who cannot live together in peace. Above all it is a tale of Evan Morgans journey from childhood to maturity in a world gone mad.