Seven Spoons

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Seven Spoons

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Editor: Appetite by Random House
ISBN: 0449016315
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The much-anticipated debut from the author behind the popular food blog Seven Spoons, featuring distinctive, crowd-pleasing recipes; engaging, writerly essays; and the same stunning photography that has earned her website a devoted following. Tara O'Brady was one of the earliest food bloggers to enter the scene, and now, more than ten years after she first started Seven Spoons, she has become one of the most highly regarded and unique voices in the culinary arena. In her debut cookbook, Seven Spoons, O'Brady shares stories and recipes from her Canadian home--fresh, ingredient-driven food that is easy to make yet refined. Recipes like Roasted Carrots with Dukkah and Harissa Mayonnaise, Braised Beef Short Ribs with Gremolata, and Plum Macaroon Cake are wholesome, hearty, and showcase the myriad culinary influences at work in O'Brady's kitchen. Her evocative writing and gorgeously simple, elegant photography has earned her accolades from Saveur magazine, the Daily Mail, and more. Impeccable food photography and a lavish package round out this beautiful, personal collection.

Halsey Street Do or Die 2: Goin Ham Seven Goes to Hell and Back

Halsey Street Do or Die 2: Goin Ham Seven Goes to Hell and Back Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Tammy Wright
Editor: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1483415457
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Halsey Street Do or Die 2: Goin Ham Seven Goes to Hell and Back by Tammy Wright Summary

Sexy Seven and the Halsey Street Clique are back with a vengeance ... The last she knew, Michael was sitting on the side of the road, about to lose his mind. Susan had just splattered her brains out with his .45 Magnum, the womanizer Tyson was lying in a pool of his own blood, left for dead. Xavier was in a race car accident and about to blow up any second. After watching her Adonis nearly die in a car wreck, the black rose Seven has gone into labor much too soon, and her baby twins are in danger. What a mighty web they all weave. What’s fate got in store for them?

The Disappearing Spoon

The Disappearing Spoon Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Sam Kean
Editor: Little, Brown
ISBN: 9780316089081
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The Disappearing Spoon by Sam Kean Summary

From New York Times bestselling author Sam Kean comes incredible stories of science, history, finance, mythology, the arts, medicine, and more, as told by the Periodic Table. Why did Gandhi hate iodine (I, 53)? How did radium (Ra, 88) nearly ruin Marie Curie's reputation? And why is gallium (Ga, 31) the go-to element for laboratory pranksters?* The Periodic Table is a crowning scientific achievement, but it's also a treasure trove of adventure, betrayal, and obsession. These fascinating tales follow every element on the table as they play out their parts in human history, and in the lives of the (frequently) mad scientists who discovered them. THE DISAPPEARING SPOON masterfully fuses science with the classic lore of invention, investigation, and discovery--from the Big Bang through the end of time. *Though solid at room temperature, gallium is a moldable metal that melts at 84 degrees Fahrenheit. A classic science prank is to mold gallium spoons, serve them with tea, and watch guests recoil as their utensils disappear.


Foodies Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Josee Johnston,Shyon Baumann
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1317745019
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Foodies by Josee Johnston,Shyon Baumann Summary

This important cultural analysis tells two stories about food. The first depicts good food as democratic. Foodies frequent ‘hole in the wall’ ethnic eateries, appreciate the pie found in working-class truck stops, and reject the snobbery of fancy French restaurants with formal table service. The second story describes how food operates as a source of status and distinction for economic and cultural elites, indirectly maintaining and reproducing social inequality. While the first storyline insists that anybody can be a foodie, the second asks foodies to look in the mirror and think about their relative social and economic privilege. By simultaneously considering both of these stories, and studying how they operate in tension, a delicious sociology of food becomes available, perfect for teaching a broad range of cultural sociology courses.

Along These Roads We Travel

Along These Roads We Travel Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Joann Rita Vega
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 1663209146
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Along These Roads We Travel by Joann Rita Vega Summary

Along These Roads We Travel, and each one of us walks on a different path towards learning, suffering, and happiness. . . These roads unite and confound themselves as we advance through life. Our job as a people is to enjoy and assist those, who in one form or another, have entered our road, without losing sight of our own and destination. This book is a multicultural and intimate overview of humanity’s intrinsically existential struggles and expectations today, as well as of our responsibilities toward each other and our planet. These words are inner reflections that include a marked observation of the inequalities and suffering present on this level of life manifestation, and for which we must claim responsibility. Through inner contemplation of our happy moments and devotion to a higher energy, we are able to find the interconnection that Carl Jung referred to as Synchronicity, which, hopefully, will bring us to the discovery of our true Identities and possibilities as human race – capable for caring for and accepting each other.

7I. The brief course. 7 roles of the team. 7 faces of the soul. 7 types of character (english edition)

7I. The brief course. 7 roles of the team. 7 faces of the soul. 7 types of character (english edition) Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Nikolay Tatarov
Editor: Litres
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7I. The brief course. 7 roles of the team. 7 faces of the soul. 7 types of character (english edition) by Nikolay Tatarov Summary

Theory of Seven I am psychology, what it should be: simple, clear, without clever words.This is the doctrine of the seven inner self, from which the character of man is formed, 7 mental types and 7 team roles are born.The Seven I Theory is a powerful tool for knowing the inner world: it allows you to understand yourself and others beings, find in the depths of the soul hidden self, turn the peculiarities of his nature to competitive advantage.

Spoon Lady

Spoon Lady Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Deb Wofford
Editor: First Edition Design Pub.
ISBN: 1506903754
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Deb Wofford, local woodcarver, owned and operated an art gallery in downtown Noblesville, Indiana for 20 years. Deb's passion for the arts became a mission to combine both the world of artistic expression and the virtually invisible world of disability together. Her knowledge in both areas came more from life experiences rather than books and degrees. That being said, sometimes her decisions, or shall we say indecisions, were less than perfect, but the end result ...? Well, it worked.

Philip and the Superstition Kid

Philip and the Superstition Kid Pdf/ePub eBook Author: John Paulits
Editor: Gypsy Shadow Publishing
ISBN: 145243042X
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Philip and the Superstition Kid by John Paulits Summary

Emery’s clumsy and monumentally unlucky cousin Leon is coming to visit for a whole week! Philip and Emery, best friends, are desperate to find ways to keep Leon out of their way, but Leon’s bad luck--and disaster--follows them everywhere. Rabbits’ feet don’t work. Homemade remedies don’t work. And when Emery and Philip have an extraordinary spell of bad luck themselves, they’re certain that Leon’s bad luck is contagious. They plot and plan to convince Leon that the safest place for him is in his own home. In a panic, Leon gets his mother to end his visit early but promises to return for a night a week from Friday, when he hopes he’ll be over his bad luck. Triumphant, Philip and Emery laughingly decide to circle that unlucky date on Emery’s calendar, but when they do they get a shock. The thirteenth of the month. Friday the thirteenth! And they have to spend it with Leon!

Persian Legends

Persian Legends Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Mehry M. Reid
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 9781462055210
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Persian Legends by Mehry M. Reid Summary

Persian folklore has been handed down from generation to generation for centuries in an effort to understand the past and pass on valuable lessons. Mehry M. Reid remembers sitting next to her grandmother, as she relayed captivating stories adapted to express her own feelings, hopes, and desires. These stories, which her grandmother first heard from her own mother and grandmother, began Reid’s fascination with the Persian legends and folktales that she has selected and reinterpreted in Persian Legends. As Reid transports readers of all ages on an unforgettable journey through ancient Persia, she highlights an eclectic group of characters comprised of people, animals, and objects that trace historical events, share legends most favored in Persian culture, and offer tales that convey their meanings in simple, often humorous ways. Take a walk with Princess Mina in the rose garden; listen to the king’s storyteller; travel to the mountain of the forty virgins; discover the charm of the red diamond; and go to the crystal cave and drink from the wish fountain. Persian Legends: A Book of 101 Stories shares a memorable collection of legends and tales that provides a glimpse into Persian history, helps others appreciate ancient tales, and most importantly, preserves the legacy of folk literature for future generations.

Resources for Teaching Mathematics: 11-14

Resources for Teaching Mathematics: 11-14 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Colin Foster
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 144112053X
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Resources for Teaching Mathematics: 11-14 by Colin Foster Summary

This resource contains 50 ready-to-use mathematics lesson plans suitable for the whole department to use with learners aged 11-14. Each plan consists of a teacher's sheet which breaks down the lesson into time-allocated sections from starter through to homework, together with a photocopiable (or downloadable) student task sheet to give out. There is also a companion website with extra material to support the lesson plans in the book, giving teachers the time and confidence to try new activities in the classroom with minimal preparation. The lesson tasks are open-ended and encourage deep mathematical thinking, allowing learners to explore different topics creatively through solving problems in their own way. This is an essential resource for any busy teacher of mathematics.

Rav Hisda's Daughter, Book I: Apprentice

Rav Hisda's Daughter, Book I: Apprentice Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Maggie Anton
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 1101603453
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“A lushly detailed look into a fascinatingly unknown time and culture—a tale of Talmud, sorcery, and a most engaging heroine!”—Diana Gabaldon, author of the bestselling Outlander series Hisdadukh, blessed to be beautiful and learned, is the youngest child of Talmudic sage Rav Hisda. The world around her is full of conflict. Rome, fast becoming Christian, battles Zoroastrian Persia for dominance while Rav Hisda and his colleagues struggle to establish new Jewish traditions after the destruction of Jerusalem's Holy Temple. Against this backdrop Hisdadukh embarks on the tortuous path to become an enchantress in the very land where the word 'magic' originated. But the conflict affecting Hisdadukh most intimately arises when her father brings his two best students before her, a mere child, and asks her which one she will marry. Astonishingly, the girl replies, “Both of them.” Soon she marries the older student, although it becomes clear that the younger one has not lost interest in her. When her new-found happiness is derailed by a series of tragedies, a grieving Hisdadukh must decide if she does, indeed, wish to become a sorceress. Based on actual Talmud texts and populated with its rabbis and their families, Rav Hisda's Daughter: Book I – Apprentice brings the world of the Talmud to life—from a woman's perspective.

Told Again - Old Tales Told Again - Illustrated by A. H. Watson

Told Again - Old Tales Told Again - Illustrated by A. H. Watson Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Walter de la Mare
Editor: Read Books Ltd
ISBN: 1528782461
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Told Again - Old Tales Told Again - Illustrated by A. H. Watson by Walter de la Mare Summary

Told Again; Old Tales Told Again was compiled by Walter de la Mare, and contains illustrations by A. H. Watson. It is a wonderful collection of traditional fairy tales, including favourites such as ‘Little Red Riding Hood’, ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’, ‘Bluebeard’, ‘Sleeping Beauty’, ‘Rumpelstiltskin’ and ‘Snow-White.’ Walter de la Mare (1873 – 1956) was an English poet, short story writer and novelist, best remembered for his works for children, and his poem ‘The Listeners.’ He composed many short-story collections, though folkloric tales were a particular fascination. This edition of Old Tales Told Again is accompanied by the drawings of Alice Helena Watson (1896 – 1984); a graceful and unique illustrator. Watson largely focused on children’s and nursery tales, but also provided illustrations for dust-jackets, magazines, and other one-off pieces. Her sinuous black-and white illustrations further refine and enhance the carefully collated stories of De La Mare – making this a book to delight both young and old alike. Pook Press celebrates the great ‘Golden Age of Illustration‘ in children’s literature – a period of unparalleled excellence in book illustration from the 1880s to the 1930s. Our collection showcases classic fairy tales, children’s stories, and the work of some of the most celebrated artists, illustrators and authors.

Silver and Society in Late Antiquity

Silver and Society in Late Antiquity Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ruth E. Leader-Newby
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351900072
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Silver and Society in Late Antiquity by Ruth E. Leader-Newby Summary

The spectacular hoards of late antique silver - Mildenhall, Thetford, Sevso - discovered since the middle of the last century have aroused much interest in this luxury art form. But what did these pieces mean to their owners, and why was silverware so important in late antiquity? Silver and Society in Late Antiquity examines such questions through an integrated, synthetic analysis of the history of silver in the Roman empire between 300 and 650 AD, focusing upon the cultural significance of this luxury art form in all its different manifestations--sacred, imperial and domestic. Ruth Leader-Newby looks at a wide range of objects from both the eastern and western halves of the Roman empire - including Britain - in order to determine silver's role in the wider sphere of late antique visual culture, asking questions about the relative significance of individual forms of artistic production, and their relationship with each other. In doing so, key issues for the artistic and cultural history of late antiquity are raised - the use of the imperial image, the visual construction of the sacred in Christianity, the cohesive social role of elite intellectual culture, and the Christianization of the domestic sphere. As this book demonstrates, when studied in its historical context, silver can substantially enrich our understanding of late Roman art and culture.

Amazing Irv's Handbook of Everyday Magic

Amazing Irv's Handbook of Everyday Magic Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Irv Furman
Editor: Quirk Books
ISBN: 1594749140
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Amazing Irv's Handbook of Everyday Magic by Irv Furman Summary

Looking for a little magic in your life? Presto! Here’s Amazing Irv’s Handbook of Everyday Magic—a hip, how-to guide to making magic with everyday objects in everyday situations! With the expert guidance of Amazing Irv, you’ll learn all the tricks of the conjuring trade. Using nothing more than your own two hands and the everyday items around you—cell phones, saltshakers, airsickness bags, TV remote controls, and others—you’ll be mystifying family, friends, coworkers, and fellow commuters in no time flat. More than 45 astounding tricks—complete with step-by-step instructions and detailed illustrations—are within these pages, divided into sections on magic at home, at work, on the go, and on the town. Learn to: • Magically Feed a Parking Meter • Pull a Banana Out of Thin Air • Use Your Calculator to Predict the Future • Make a Shot Glass Vanish • Make Time Stand Still, and more! Be ready to create magic anytime, anyplace with this entertaining book for magicians of all ages.


1978–1989 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Heinz-Dietrich Fischer
Editor: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
ISBN: 3110862921
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King Rat

King Rat Pdf/ePub eBook Author: James Clavell
Editor: Blackstone Publishing
ISBN: 1982537612
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Japanese POW camp Changi, Singapore: hell on earth for the soldiers contained within its barbed wire walls. Officers and enlisted men, all prisoners together, yet the old hierarchies and rivalries survive. An American corporal, known as the King, has used his personality and wiles to facilitate trading with guards and locals to get needed food, supplies, even information into the camp. The imprisoned upper-class officers have never had to do things for themselves, and now they are reduced to wearing rags while the King’s clean shirt, gained through guts and moxie, seems like luxury in comparison. In the camp, everything has its price and everything is for sale. But trading is illegal—and the King has made a formidable enemy. Robin Grey, the provost marshal, hates the King and all he represents. Grey, though he grew up modestly, fervently believes in the British class system: everyone should know their place, and he knows the King’s place is at the bottom. The King does have a friend in Peter Marlowe, who, though wary of the King and himself a product of the British system, finds himself drawn to the charismatic man who just might be the only one who can save them from both the inhumanity of the prison camp but also from themselves. Powerful and engrossing, King Rat artfully weaves the author’s own World War II prison camp experiences into a compelling narrative of survival amidst the grim realities of war and what men can do when pushed to the edge. A taut masterwork of World War II historical fiction by bestselling author James Clavell.

The Bean Trees

The Bean Trees Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Barbara Kingsolver
Editor: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061809691
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The Bean Trees by Barbara Kingsolver Summary

“The Bean Trees is the work of a visionary. . . . It leaves you open-mouthed and smiling.” — Los Angeles Times A bestseller that has come to be regarded as an American classic, The Bean Trees is the novel that launched Barbara Kingsolver’s remarkable literary career. It is the charming, engrossing tale of rural Kentucky native Taylor Greer, who only wants to get away from her roots and avoid getting pregnant. She succeeds, but inherits a three-year-old Native American girl named Turtle along the way, and together, from Oklahoma to Arizona, half-Cherokee Taylor and her charge search for a new life in the West. Hers is a story about love and friendship, abandonment and belonging, and the discovery of surprising resources in seemingly empty places. This edition includes a P.S. section with additional insights from the author, background material, suggestions for further reading, and more.

Chinatown Angel

Chinatown Angel Pdf/ePub eBook Author: A. E. Roman
Editor: Minotaur Books
ISBN: 1429966858
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Chinatown Angel by A. E. Roman Summary

Finalist for the Shamus Award for Best First Private Eye Novel! Chico Santana is broke and brokenhearted after his wife, Ramona, leaves him. On New Year's Eve, he comes out of his self-imposed seclusion and runs into an old friend from St. Mary's Home for Boys, a member of "The Dirty Dozen." Albert Garcia is now a waiter and a wannabe filmmaker, tangled up with rising film star Kirk Atlas and his wealthy, eccentric family. On learning Chico's a PI, Atlas hires him to track down his cousin Tiffany, a beautiful Chinese-Cuban-American girl who has packed up and left her family, sending letters saying she doesn't want to be found. It seems like easy dough, which Chico could use. But on the night he gets the job, Atlas's Brazilian maid falls from the rooftop of her apartment in Queens. Albert and everyone else insists it was a suicide, but Chico has a bad feeling. His search for Tiffany is soon thwarted by other family members, and more disturbing and sinister details come to light. Although Chico's being paid good money to look the other way, he's driven to uncover the truth. Chinatown Angel was a finalist for the Shamus Award for Best First Novel. A. E. Roman's debut is a fast, fun read offering an authentic, vibrant look at New York City and the wide variety of people who make up its streets, bodegas, and penthouses.

The Fairest of Them All

The Fairest of Them All Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Maria Tatar
Editor: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674245806
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The Fairest of Them All by Maria Tatar Summary

We think we know the story of Snow White from Disney and the Brothers Grimm. But acclaimed folklorist Maria Tatar reveals dazzling variations from across the globe. The story of the rivalry between a beautiful, innocent girl and her equally beautiful and cruel mother has been endlessly repeated and refashioned all over the world. In Switzerland you might hear about seven dwarfs who shelter a girl, only to be murdered by robbers. In Armenia a mother orders her husband to kill his daughter because the moon has declared her “the most beautiful of all.” The Brothers Grimm gave this story the name by which we know it best, and in 1937 Walt Disney sweetened their somber version to make the first feature-length, animated fairy tale, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Since then the Disney film has become our cultural touchstone—the innocent heroine, her evil stepmother, the envy that divides them, and a romantic rescue from domestic drudgery and maternal persecution. But, as every fan of the story knows, there is more to Snow White than that. The magic mirror, the poisoned apple, the catatonic sleep, and the strange scene of revivification are important elements in the phantasmagoria of the Snow White universe. Maria Tatar, an acclaimed folklorist and translator, brings to life a global melodrama of mother-daughter rivalries that play out across countries and cultures.

Encyclopedia of Korean Folk Beliefs

Encyclopedia of Korean Folk Beliefs Pdf/ePub eBook Author: The National Folk Museum of Korea (South Korea)
Editor: 길잡이미디어
ISBN: 8928900573
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Encyclopedia of Korean Folk Beliefs by The National Folk Museum of Korea (South Korea) Summary

Concepts Rites and Officiants Divinities and Sacred Entities Ritual Venues Ritual Props Ritual Offerings References List of Photographs