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America’s top chefs are serving up the perfect recipes for the refined tastes of gourmet dining—and they’re good for you as well. Inside The Chefs’ Healthy Collection are more than 150 tasty recipes from the nation’s top restaurants, all of which are remarkably healthy, containing less than 500 calories each.
Biscotti, wafers, kilfli, rugelach, shortbreads, and florentines are included in this expansive celebration of the downright bliss of butter, sugar, chocolate, peanut butter, nuts, fruit, and spice in all their wonderful combinations. Grab a glass of milk and get ready to enjoy the old favorites and new classics in this true tribute to the art of the crumbly, crunchy, ooey-gooey cookie.
Marilyn Harris, hailed by Bert Greene as “the undisputed doyenne of cuisine in the Midwest,” brings you Cooking with Marilyn, a collection of recipes and suggested menus for “real” food with an emphasis on simplicity of preparation. Hardcover.
To capture moments in her life, Lorie Kleiner Eckert chooses quilting as her medium of expression. Rather than painting or sculpting, quilting allows her to share her thoughts and feelings with others.
Cooking with herbs, often associated with the finest kitchens and gourmet creations, can also add exciting new flavors to the most ordinary everyday dishes.
Leading corporate strategist Mark Faust provides his proven turnaround tactics to grow your business. His game-changing secrets have enabled countless companies to obtain long-term and systematic growth and prosperity.
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Direct from the kitchen of this acclaimed radio personality, columnist, food consultant, and cooking teacher, Live! From Marilyn’s Kitchen is a sparkling collection of diverse and exciting recipes served up in a conversational style rich in culinary insight and stovetop wisdom. Hardcover.
The result of meticulous research and in-depth interviews with veterans, Lossing’s Pictorial Field Book of the War of 1812 is a narrative of historic events during that era. Accounts are given on a host of topics such as the perils of the country immediately succeeding the Revolutionary War, the struggle of power with Britain, and the origin of the United States’ political parties and their relation to the War of 1812. Paperback.
In 2003, the Mustard Seed Café and Cooking School became Ohio’s first certified organic retailer. Founded in 1981, this shopping and dining establishment celebrates good food, fresh ingredients, and sustainable living. This encouraging and easy-to-follow book includes 250 natural brunch, soup, salad, fish, meat, vegetable, bean, grain, pasta, drink, and sweets recipes.
Nana, in the endearing way of grandmothers, tells Sara of the importance of rice for their family and explains why her pa has to work so long and hard. Sara, reluctant at first, slowly begins to listen to the story and actually to participate in telling it. Together, they make a delicious, sweet rice pie, and, soon, the two are singing a song that spans the generations of their family. Hardcover.
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From the butchering of the pigs in springtime to the plowing of the corn in the summer, Bob Artley describes the sometimes tedious, sometimes enjoyable, aspects of growing up on an American farm. Artley’s farm is neither ideal nor outmoded, but simply his world as it was in a particular time and place. Hardcover.
While Vern Berry was moving with her husband and family to Colorado in 1927, she thought of her ancestors on their pioneer journey from Kentucky to settle in the Heartland—Indiana, Illinois, and Iowa. The image of each woman doing her best to keep her family well fed and healthy in a pleasant home inspired her. Many years later, Vern, with the help of coauthor Connie Heckert, has compiled a wonderful collection of family recipes and history, the story of how those six generations lived and cooked in the Midwest. Hardcover.
Contributors to this unique memorial include the family of military women and those who preserve their history.
“Lee Surrenders!” “President Murdered!” “Booth Killed!” screamed the headlines of American newspapers in April 1865, leaving little room for mention of a maritime disaster that to this day is America’s worst. On April 27, 1865, the Sultana, a 260-foot, wooden-hulled steamboat, smaller than the Titanic but carrying more passengers, exploded on the Mississippi River near Memphis, Tennessee.
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