Duff Bakes

Duff Bakes Author Duff Goldman
ISBN-10 9780062349798
Release 2015-11-03
Pages 352
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An inviting, down-to-earth, full-color baking book filled with 130 recipes for irresistible must-bake favorites, from cakes to cookies to brownies to muffins to breads, from the New York Times bestselling star of Food Network’s hit series Ace of Cakes and owner of Charm City Cakes and Duff’s Cake Mix. Duff Goldman may dazzle fans with his breathtaking cake decorating, but behind the rigged-up gravity-defying cakes and fancy fondant is a true pastry chef who understands the fundamentals of making incredibly delicious baked goods at home. In Duff Bakes, he truly gives home bakers the down-to-earth essentials they need for creating mouthwatering favorites. Inside you’ll find the perfect muffin recipe to eat straight while waiting for your morning bus, an easy pizza dough recipe for a quick weeknight dinner, and cookie recipes for every occasion. Filled with Duff’s engaging earthiness and hilarious personality, Duff Bakes includes chapters on different types of pastry dough, a variety of cookies, brownies, muffins, bread, biscuits, pies, cakes and cake decorating, gluten-free and vegan desserts, and much more. Duff provides 130 recipes for a diverse range of goodies, including nutter butter cookies, white chocolate blondies, apple streusel muffins, cereal bars, bacon jalapeno biscuits, banana bourbon cream pie, zucchini lemon cake, and savory bread pudding. Here are a few classics as well, like a re-make of the childhood favorite, Twinkies. Duff Bakes will help both novices and seasoned bakers master the best, most delicious home baked goods, build on their baking successes, hone their skills, and understand the science behind the fundamentals of baking.



Appetites

Appetites Author Anthony Bourdain
ISBN-10 9783959716673
Release 2017-04-10
Pages 304
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In Appetites stellt Anthony Bourdain seine Lieblingsgerichte vor, die ihm schon während seiner Kindheit, später in seiner Karriere als Koch und natürlich auf seinen Reisen ans Herz gewachsen sind. Doch Appetites ist weit mehr als ein Kochbuch. Es ist ein Kunstwerk. Ein Manifest. Eine Reflexion über das (richtige) Leben und ein Schlachtplan für die Küche, der dabei hilft, Gäste mit atemberaubender Effizienz in Schrecken zu versetzen. Die Fotos sind rebellisch, frech, ungeschönt, unkonventionell. Sie zeigen, wie es in einer Küche wirklich zugeht, und zelebrieren Bourdains Bad-Boy-Image auf schaurig-schöne Weise. Die Gerichte schmecken dennoch fantastisch und sollten – in Bourdains Augen – wirklich von jedem gekocht werden können.



LIFE

LIFE Author
ISBN-10
Release 1949-04-04
Pages 160
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LIFE Magazine is the treasured photographic magazine that chronicled the 20th Century. It now lives on at LIFE.com, the largest, most amazing collection of professional photography on the internet. Users can browse, search and view photos of today’s people and events. They have free access to share, print and post images for personal use.



The Works of Thomas Carlyle

The Works of Thomas Carlyle Author Thomas Carlyle
ISBN-10 9781108022361
Release 2010-11-11
Pages 428
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The thirteenth volume of the Centenary Edition of Carlyle's collected works, first published in 1896.



Ich hei e Erik Satie wie alle anderen auch

Ich hei  e Erik Satie wie alle anderen auch Author Tomas Bächli
ISBN-10 3957321611
Release 2016-04-30
Pages 200
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Ich hei e Erik Satie wie alle anderen auch has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Ich hei e Erik Satie wie alle anderen auch also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Ich hei e Erik Satie wie alle anderen auch book for free.



The Mover

The Mover Author John Gardner Wilder
ISBN-10 9781483615813
Release 2013-05
Pages 312
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The Mover is fictional of history of Charles Wilkins, a young carpenter from the English Midlands, emigrating to the American Midwest in 1838. Securing passage on the merchant ship, Adam Fletcher, he is asked by the ship's captain to take over the medical duties of the injured ship carpenter. Setting a broken leg of an injured sailor, Charles impresses fellow traveler Kate Hale, the captains niece, who is returning from a year with cousins were she has learned the etiquette and habits of an English lady. Their friendship becomes a voyage-long love affair. Fellow traveler, reverend Fishbourne, explores with Charles troubles facing lower English classes, especially alcoholism, while observing Fishbourne has a drinking a problem. The last of four passengers, Blanchard, a Wedgwood pottery salesman turns out to be someone other than what he represents, and a key figure in a crime affecting Kate, Charles and the ship's captain. Atlantic winter storms, a knock down blow, dangerous ice, superstitious sailors, cold food and seasickness were encountered on the days at sea. Friendship of the first mate, Corey Bigelow allows Charles time at the helm. High above the deck in the crow's nest, he learns ocean travel through the eyes of a sailor, not just a paying passenger. Crossing the Allegheny Mountains in late winter, highway robbers, a wrecked stage, a frightening river crossing, and the voluptuous daughter of a U. S. senator were part of his travels to the American interior. The vision of this novel came from an 1831 family diary. My interest in history developed early, before I received a B.A. in history at the University of Virginia. As a youth, cash earned from a paper route, funded the purchase of my first sail boat at age 15. In my summer college years, I was dock and harbor master, and sailing instructor at a Long Island yacht club near New London, Connecticut. Later I owned a 32' sail boat, enjoying sailing beyond the sight of land. Recent trips to the English Cotswold's, Midlands and the coast of Ireland took me to areas covered in this book. I have traveled over the routes and visited the communities Charles saw in his travels from New York to the Midwest.



Tortenzeit

Tortenzeit Author Tessa Huff
ISBN-10 9783641205157
Release 2016-10-31
Pages 288
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Schicht für Schicht ein Traum Haben Sie genug von schlichten Kuchen und möchten neue cremige Höhen der Backkunst erklimmen? Dann ist „Tortenzeit“ genau das Richtige für Sie. Tessa Huff hat für alle, denen ein Kuchen nicht groß genug sein kann, 150 traumhafte Rezepte zusammengestellt: Dabei verwandelt sie nicht nur Klassiker wie die Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte in ganz neue Kreationen, sondern beeindruckt auch mit modernen Rezeptideen wie dem Schokoladen-Matcha-Kuchen oder der Kürbis-Vanille-Chai-Torte. Durch die anschaulichen Schritt-für-Schritt-Anleitungen, Zubereitungstipps und -tricks sowie Dekorationstechniken, die jeden Konditor vor Neid erblassen lassen, können Sie – egal ob Backanfänger oder Tortenprofi – Schicht für Schicht Ihren Traumkuchen erschaffen – leckere Teige, Füllungen und Frostings inklusive.



Nancy s Unconditional Love

Nancy s Unconditional Love Author Christine Duff Scott
ISBN-10 9781608443413
Release 2010-01
Pages 208
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This novel is a true novel of Nancy Hall Duff's life. Nancy's life was full of love, romance, faith, encouragement, and care for her family, friends and others. The story is about a young girl, Nancy, who grows up in a large family, her mother teaching her all the things to be done in the home because she had arthritis real bad and wanted her daughter to know how to take care of a family. Because of an accident, her mother passed away when Nancy was only 12 years of age. Nancy, then had to take care of her family. She was the oldest girl and her sisters were younger. Her Father was a farmer, with livestock, a lot of land, with crops that had to be planted and harvested with the help of many hired hands. Nancy cooked 3 meals a day for everyone, washed the dishes, cleaned house, raised a garden, washed the clothes by hand, ironing, in those days they had to do their own sewing, and many other chores. (Without all the conveniences of today of electricity and automatic machines.) Nancy married at age 17 to Ira Duff. They began a family...and then they had a tragedy happen. She stayed by her man, through the good times and the not so good times. They were separated for awhile, but distance could not keep them apart. They moved many times to avoid the tragic outcome of an incident. Nancy and Ira had sixteen (16) children and were married for more than fifty-five years. Nancy lived a long life of 94 years. This is their story... It is the author's desire that you will appreciate the life of a young woman and man beginning a very full life and the many obstacles that came with trying to raise a family, make a living and having something that just won't go away that they had to deal with it for eleven long years. You must read the novel to see how they survived the many trials. Their Love, Faith, and Courage to keep going one day at a time. You will laugh, cry and maybe get mad when you read this novel. You won't want to put it down...



Deliver Us from Evie

Deliver Us from Evie Author M. E. Kerr
ISBN-10 9781480455405
Release 2013-12-17
Pages 177
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Award-winning author M. E. Kerr challenges stereotypes in this story about a fifteen-year-old grappling with his older sister’s sexuality Parr Burrman lives with his parents and his older brother and sister on a farm in Missouri. They’re a typical Midwestern family—except for one thing. Parr’s father thinks Evie’s going to marry Cord Whittle, who’s had a crush on her forever, and settle down in their hometown to help out with the farm. Instead, she falls in love with Patsy Duff, the gorgeous, privileged daughter of the banker who holds the mortgage on the Burrmans’ property. When rumors start flying about Evie and Patsy, Parr has to contend with the derision of his classmates . . . and when he falls for a girl from a fundamentalist family who fears homosexuality like God’s wrath, he must face his own conflicted emotions. Soon, Parr’s parents—and the whole town—will know the truth about Evie. But it’s Parr who has to deal with the burden of shame when his own behavior leads to a shattering betrayal . . . and a secret he’ll carry to the grave. Written with grace, humor, and love, and featuring sympathetic characters you won’t soon forget, Deliver Us from Evie is a compassionate, vividly evocative novel by a master storyteller. This ebook features an illustrated personal history of M. E. Kerr including rare images from the author’s collection.



Food and Identity in the Caribbean

Food and Identity in the Caribbean Author Hanna Garth
ISBN-10 9780857853592
Release 2013-07-18
Pages 192
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This compelling volume brings together original essays that explore the relationship between food and identity in everyday life in the Caribbean. The Caribbean history of colonialism and migration has fostered a dynamic and diverse form of modernity, which continues to transform with the impact of globalization and migration out of the Caribbean. One of the founders of the anthropology of food, Richard Wilk provides a preface to this exciting and interdisciplinary collection of essays offering insight into the real issues of food politics which contribute to the culinary cultures of the Caribbean. Based on rich contemporary ethnographies, the volume reveals the ways in which food carries symbolic meanings which are incorporated into the many different facets of identity experienced by people in the Caribbean. Many of the chapters focus on the ways in which consumers align themselves with particular foods as a way of making claims about their identities. Development and political and economic changes in the Caribbean bring new foods to the contemporary dinner table, a phenomenon that may subsequently destabilize the foundations of culinary identities. Food and Identity in the Caribbean reveals the ways in which some of the connections between food and identity persist against the odds whilst in other contexts new relationships between food and identity are forged.



Gravity Cakes Die besten Rezepte f r schwerelose Kuchen

Gravity Cakes   Die besten Rezepte f  r schwerelose Kuchen Author Jakki Friedman
ISBN-10 9783641219024
Release 2017-09-25
Pages 128
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Unfassbar - und jeder kann es! Diese Kuchen verblüffen, machen Spaß und jeder kann sie nachbacken! Wie der funktioniert, steht in diesem Buch. Die vielen Stepfotos verraten die Tricks und zeigen Bild für Bild, wie man Süßigkeiten schweben und Flüssiges erstarren lässt.



Leckerbissen

Leckerbissen Author
ISBN-10 3831004757
Release 2003
Pages 240
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Köstliche Gerichte für jeden Tag, aber auch delikate Menüs für besondere Gelegenheiten von der englischen äKultä-Köchin Nigella Lawson, die für eine unkomplizierte Küche plädiert.



Ein bisschen blutig

Ein bisschen blutig Author Anthony Bourdain
ISBN-10 9783641060398
Release 2011-01-28
Pages 400
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Ein Buch wie ein Messer – scharf, kompromisslos und ein bisschen blutig Er führte ein Millionenpublikum hinter die Fassade der Nobel Cuisine – und zeigte uns die infernalischen Abgründe der Gastronomie. Seine Küche im legendären „Les Halles” in New York City war von derselben Leidenschaft, Besessenheit und Kompromisslosigkeit durchströmt wie die Bücher, die ihn auch als Autor weltberühmt machten – allen voran »Geständnisse eines Küchenchefs«. Heute, ein Jahrzehnt später, sind ratgebende Starköche medienpräsenter als schaumschlagende Politiker. Das Kochen ist vom Handwerk zum Hobby und schließlich zur Lifestyle-Rubrik mutiert – zur quotenheischenden Wohlfühlberieselung. In seinem neuen Buch rechnet Anthony Bourdain mit diesem „Imperium der Mittelmäßigkeit” ab und erinnert daran, was in einer Küche fließen muss. Nicht Balsamicoreduktion, sondern Blut, Schweiß und Tränen. Mit 28 Jahren Berufserfahrung in den härtesten Küchen der Welt, der Zen-Weisheit eines Lebenskünstlers und dem ungetrübten Blick eines Outlaws gibt Bourdain schnörkellose Antworten auf brennende Fragen. Warum bezahlen die reichsten Menschen der Welt verlässlich Unsummen für den schlechtesten Fraß? Warum machen die renommiertesten Köche Werbung für den größten Schrott? Was muss jeder Mensch kochen können, um als mündiger Bürger durchzugehen? Anthony Bourdains Aufruf für eine neue Küche ist denkbar einfach: weniger Bullshit, mehr Genuss!



The Book of New New England Cookery

The Book of New New England Cookery Author Judith Jones
ISBN-10 1584651318
Release 2001
Pages 669
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The author celebrates New England cooking styles with 917 recipes that incorporate both traditional Yankee cuisine and the other ethnic and cooking styles that have enriched the region's culinary history, encompassing everything from blueberry pancakes to salt-meadow lamb and beyond. Reprint.



Fremont Winema National Forest N F Toolbox Fire Recovery Project

Fremont Winema National Forest  N F    Toolbox Fire Recovery Project Author
ISBN-10 NWU:35556035562453
Release 2004
Pages 4
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Fremont Winema National Forest N F Toolbox Fire Recovery Project has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Fremont Winema National Forest N F Toolbox Fire Recovery Project also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Fremont Winema National Forest N F Toolbox Fire Recovery Project book for free.



Ebb und Flut

Ebb und Flut Author Sir George Howard Darwin
ISBN-10 UCAL:$B560478
Release 1902
Pages 344
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Ebb und Flut has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Ebb und Flut also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Ebb und Flut book for free.



Hunter of Dreams

Hunter of Dreams Author Steven Duff
ISBN-10 9781553693116
Release 2002
Pages 313
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Hunter of Dreams is the story of the so-called Underground Railroad, the escape route to Canada of American slaves in the 1850s and early '60s. The driving force behind Canadian involvement was Dr. Alexander Milton Ross of Belleville, Ontario, an extraordinary character, but one relatively unknown except to historians specializing in his era. Alexander Ross travelled in the Deep South, using his background in ornithology as a pretense at doing research. In reality, he was alerting slaves to the existence of the Underground Railroad and in the process, faced a number of dangerous situations. As well, he was involved on the fringes of John Brown's famous raid on Harpers Ferry. His work brought him to the attention of Abraham Lincoln, who commissioned him as a special agent to monitor the Confederate activities in Canada during the Civil War. Ross's work, declared Lincoln, shortened the Civil War by the better part of a year. Hunter of Dreamsreveals the story of the relatively unknown Alexander Ross, based on his own memoirs and contemporary magazine and newspaper articles; it is cast as a novel, told through James Ramsay, an imaginary friend of Dr. Ross's.