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Kitchen Divided

Author : Ellen Jaffe Jones
ISBN : 9781570679063
Genre : Cooking
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Dining together is a great way to foster a relationship, but many vegans find themselves in conflict with partners, family members, or friends who don t share their dietary persuasion. If those vegans are lucky, their loved ones will be happy to share meatless dishes and won't mind postponing a steak or chicken dinner until they eat out. More often than not, however, both vegans and meat eaters are forced to accommodate each other in the confines of the same kitchen. The emotions stirred by their contrary diets can heat that kitchen to the boiling point. Enter cookbook author, fitness trainer, and kitchen referee Ellen Jaffe Jones. With an abundance of tips for dealing with the many common food fights that arise in such living arrangements, Ellen dishes up sage advice for how to restore harmony, peace, and joy in divergent food relationships. Her mouthwatering recipes include delicious vegan alternatives to conventional dishes typically based on meat or dairy products. This is hearty fare even a diehard carnivore will love. Ellen also provides recipes for versatile meatless main dishes that nonvegan diners can add meat to or enjoy as side dishes. Ellen offers anecdotes and coping ideas gleaned from her cooking classes and social media groups, and from other vegans who have spent years living in a kitchen divided. She demonstrates that it's not only possible to survive but thrive when a challenging living arrangements puts different eaters at odds.
Category: Cooking

The Reconstructed Chronology Of The Divided Kingdom

Author : M. Christine Tetley
ISBN : 9781575060729
Genre : History
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The common response to any attempt to read the chronological notations associated with the kings of Israel and Judah in the time of the divided monarchy is, perhaps, a shrug of the shoulders, or a statement to the effect that the problem is insoluble. Not only are the apparently contradictory--or confusing--notations of the MT a consideration, but the evidence of the other major versions seriously complicates any such undertaking. In the twentieth century, Edwin R. Thiele attempted to reconcile and wrangle all of the numbers into a semblance of order, with results that were far from convincing to his readers. Now Christine Tetley has attacked this knottiest of problems with fresh vigor and assayed a new solution. There is no doubt that this book will be controversial; nevertheless, it will be required reading for anyone who wishes to pin archaeological and historical data within the framework of an absolute chronology.
Category: History


Author : Chris Casson Madden
ISBN : UOM:39015029870790
Genre : House & Home
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Shows trends in American kitchen design, covering appliances, storage, light, countertops, and styles
Category: House & Home

The Gardeners Dictionary Containing The Methods Of Cultivating The Kitchen Fruit And Flower Garden As Also The Physick Garden Wilderness Conservatory And Vineyard Interspersed With The History Of The Plants The Name Of The Species In Latin And English Together With Accounts Of The Nature And Use Of Barometers Thermometers And Hygrometers And Of The Origin Of Meteors Etc

Author : Philip Miller
ISBN : BL:A0022451214
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Sunset Modern Kitchens

Author : Editors of Sunset Books and Sunset Magazine
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The Woodworker S Kitchen

Author : A.J. Hamler
ISBN : 9781440346088
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Show off your woodworking skills--in the kitchen! Anyone who has ever entertained knows that guests inevitably end up in the kitchen--so what better place to showcase your woodworking? Why not add a hand-crafted focal point--a kitchen island or handsome touches such as a cutting board, spice rack, or rolling pin? Whether you are outfitting your own kitchen or looking for a gift idea for a fellow foodie, The Woodworker's Kitchen has a range of woodworking projects sure to add that special touch. The 24 projects inside include: • A customized knife block that does double-duty as a tablet holder, allowing you to pull up recipes and watch cooking videos with ease • A kitchen island with a built-in wine rack • An oven peel perfect for gourmet pizzas and toasted sandwiches • A K-Cup organizer to help tame those caffeine cravings • A rolling grill cart for your outdoor cooking adventures • A fancy bread knife/cutting board combo • And many more! Detailed instructions, measured drawings, patterns and step-by-step color photos make constructing these projects easy. See what you can cook up in the shop and add some woodworking charm to your kitchen!
Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Shared Spaces And Divided Places

Author : Deborah L. Rotman
ISBN : 1572332344
Genre : History
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This indispensable collection of essays is among the first to seriously link gender and landscape research, two major emerging topics in historical archaeology, and to explore the relationship between the two. Landscapes represent unique as well as collective experiences, so it is not without cultural significance that landscapes have historically been codified as female. The book represents an intersection of the study of landscape archaeology and space with the study of gender. By expanding the definition of landscape to include interior spaces, by challenging the equivocation of gendered space with feminized space, and by approaching the subject matter dialectically, the book promotes an in-depth understanding of the issues that arise when scholars apply gender issues to the study of space manipulation.
Category: History

The New Bungalow Kitchen

Author : Peter LaBau
ISBN : 9781561588626
Genre : House & Home
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Builds on the popularity of the bungalow style to present a comprehensive guide to home kitchen design, including more than 250 full-color photographs, detailed plans, historical background, materials and appliance options, and hundreds of innovative ideas for updating, renovating, or remodeling one's kitchen.
Category: House & Home

The Complete Kitchen Garden

Author : Ellen Ecker Ogden
ISBN : 9781613120767
Genre : Gardening
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A design and recipe resource with “all the tools to plan a productive garden before seeds ever meet the ground” (The Wall Street Journal). Based on seasonal cycles, each chapter of this indispensible book provides a new way to look at the planning stages of starting a garden—with themes and designs such as the Salad Lover’s Garden, the Heirloom Maze Garden, the Children’s Garden, and the Organic Rotation Garden. More than 100 recipes—including a full range of soups, salads, main courses, and desserts, as well as condiments and garnishes—are featured here, all using the food grown in each specific garden. “There’s no reason a vegetable garden must be an eyesore, banished to the corner by the garage. . . . The Complete Kitchen Garden . . . combines design advice, garden wisdom and recipes.” —Chicago Tribune
Category: Gardening

My Greek Kitchen Cookbook

Author : Gordon Rock
Genre : Cooking
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Rich in ancient history, lapped by the sparkling turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea, Greece offers some of the very best in European cuisine. The country and surrounding islands boast some of the freshest ingredients in the world, with a host of regional specialties ranging from Souvlaki, an Athens’s street food staple to Cretan specialty, Dakos. My Greek Kitchen Cookbook is a collection of traditional and classic recipes brought together in one easy to read cookbook. There are so many delicious foods to eat in Greece, from flaky cheese pies to fresh from the sea shrimp; it’s difficult to choose just one or two dishes. Locals enjoy long meals, when possible, with lots of conversation enjoyed drinking wine, raki or ouzo. Small plates or ‘meze’ to share, provide the perfect backdrop for gatherings with family and friends. A meze isn’t meant to be a first or appetizer course. It's more, a selection of hot, cold, savory and salty dishes which can be served on their own or as part of a platter. A meze platter is the ultimate way to sample the very best foods of Greece and the islands. It provides the perfect opportunity to try a little taste of everything before tucking into traditional grilled meats, hearty stews, and seafood dishes. The backbone of any Greek platter has to be classic dips featuring fresh veggies such as eggplant, fava beans, and beets along with cheese pies, fried cheese, meatballs, veggie fritters and lots of seafood dishes. We have brought together a collection of Greek dips, meze, and traditional meals. These include Moussaka, Beef Stifado, Shrimp Saganaki and Lamb Kleftiko, all of which can be made using easy to source ingredients. Now you and your family can enjoy typical Greek taverna food in the comfort of your own home!
Category: Cooking

Memories From A Russian Kitchen

Author : Rosalie Sogolow
ISBN : STANFORD:36105025308888
Genre : Cooking
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A collection of family recipes and stories from Russian Jewish immigrants
Category: Cooking

Divided Dreamworlds

Author : Peter Romijn
ISBN : 9789089644367
Genre : Social Science
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With its unique focus on how culture contributed to the blurring of ideological boundaries between the East and the West, this important volume offers fascinating insights into the tensions, rivalries and occasional cooperation between the two blocs. Encompassing developments in both the arts and sciences, the authors analyze focal points, aesthetic preferences and cultural phenomena through topics as wide-ranging as the East- and West German interior design; the Soviet stance on genetics; US cultural diplomacy during and after the Cold War; and the role of popular music as a universal cultural ambassador. Well positioned at the cutting edge of Cold War studies, this important work illuminates some of the striking paradoxes involved in the production and reception of culture in East and West.
Category: Social Science

Unequally Divided

Author : Jane Harper
ISBN : 9781594337246
Genre : Fiction
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Unequally Divided takes place during the late 1960s when the nation is split over the Vietnam War, civil rights issues, and political turmoil. Jorden Marshall, a young school teacher, from Columbus, Georgia is fighting to define her own beliefs. She and Lt. Alex Whelan, her future husband, present a united front not to be broken by the terrible war he is fighting in. Certainly, not by the friendship of Lt. Matt Ulster. Jorden and Matt are slated for different directions: Matt to Vietnam and Jorden to marry Alex. They have a mutual understanding there will be no commitments between them. He calls himself her escort, not a date; therefore, no problem. But neither, Jorden or Matt, is prepared for their final hours together before they go separate ways. Jorden has lingering doubts. Still, she is determined to remain loyal to Alex; or is she?
Category: Fiction

Divided Loyalties

Author : Patricia Scanlan
ISBN : 9781448109609
Genre : Fiction
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Shauna and Greg's marriage is under pressure. She wants another baby. He doesn't. She also has to endure her obnoxious in-laws, 'The Freeloaders', Della, Eddie and their spoilt kids. They arrive at her home at the drop of a hat, stay as long as they like, and eat and drink all around them without lifting a finger to help. Shauna's glad to be moving abroad - she'll be free of them at long last. But three thousand miles won't stop the determined Della. Free holidays in an exotic location. Perfect! Carrie, Shauna's sister, can't help feeling put upon. The burden of looking after their elderly, hypochondriac father rests on her and she's fed up of it. Is it too much to ask that the burden be shared? Even though she loves her siblings, resentment builds. Can Carrie put her foot down and stand up for herself? Bobby, the youngest, has a poisoned relationship with his father who blames him for the premature death of his wife. A bitter confrontation leaves them estranged. Can they ever settle their differences? Or are some rifts just to painful to resolve? The last Christmas the family got together was a disaster, but circumstances change. Can the family turn things around and finally put the past behind them as they prepare for another family gathering?
Category: Fiction

Someone S In The Kitchen With Mommy

Author : Elaine Magee
ISBN : 0809231425
Genre : Cooking
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Now parents and their children can have fun together in the kitchen, creating nutritious, low-fat, and tasty snacks and meals for holidays, rainy days, or any day! Someone's in the Kitchen with Mommy contains 100 recipes that are not only fun to make but also look great, taste delicious, and are healthy, too. What kid could resist Macaroni and Cheese in a Broccoli Forest... Green Shamrock Soft Pretzels... or a Chili Sundae?
Category: Cooking

A Self Divided Poet

Author : Rodney Stenning Edgecombe
ISBN : 9781443806497
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Whereas Thomas Hood has long been regarded as a minor comic poet, this book--the first to devote itself exclusively to his verse--provides a detailed analysis of two "serious" poems ("Hero and Leander" and "The Plea of the Midsummer Fairies") so as to give a better sense of his range. Most commentators have pointed to the influence of Keats on such occasions, but close examination reveals an even greater debt to Elizabethan and Metaphysical poets, whose sometimes playful deployment of the conceit struck a chord in his sensibility. At the same time, the book gives Hood's comic genius its due, supplying detailed accounts of the deftness and panache of his light-hearted oeuvre. One chapter examines his excursion into the mock-heroic mode (Odes and Addresses to Great People), and another his reliance on that airiest of forms, the capriccio (Whims and Oddities). The study concludes with an extensive examination of "Miss Kilmansegg and Her Precious Leg," showing how Hood was here able to inflect a jeu d'esprit with a fine Juvenalian passion.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Nation S Schools

Author : Michael Vincent O'Shea
ISBN : CORNELL:31924098510013
Genre : Education
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Divided Family

Author : Ajit S Manku
ISBN : 9781796071382
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Divided Family is my autobiography. I moved with my parents when I was 5 years old to Kenya from Punjab, India, when the WWII was going on. My father along with a partner opened a furniture making business. He left the business in the hand of his partner for six months to take care of his mother in India. The flourishing business was in bad debts on his return from India. He took over the business. His brother undertook to live as a joint family and work together to pay off the business and his wedding expenses. His brother turned his back against my father. As such, as a first-born child, when I was about 10 years old many responsibilities fell on me according to Indian culture and my upbringing. Due to the uprising of the Mau Mau and struggle for the independence of Kenya, my father never recovered entirely from his financial troubles. When I started working, my father took my wages to maintain household expenses. After completing by college education part-time, I got married and left for England for further study and work. As I failed to oblige my father with a financial support from England, he was adamant that I should return to Kenya, and I did. As parents had more authority over the lives of their children, I had to hold up a prefect silent, but I broke the silence. This contributed to family verbal abuses from my parents and his other siblings. This made me to seek employment in Zambia and escape the British permit requirements for Asian British citizens to enter their homeland, United Kingdom. I eventually moved to Canada. This is my first attempt at publishing a full book. Divided Family is suitable for general readers who are seeming for some knowledge about an Asian child is docile and amenable by their parent’s. There's a sequence if a child goes against his parents' wishes and goes away from the family to settle in a new country as a migrant. He confronts new issues, but how he got the best.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

A Divided Life

Author : Mohammed Khan
ISBN : 9781781482339
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This account of my autobiography and cultural memoirs with history/is utterly unique. It progresses through my early life. Narrative includes many irresistible and glistening stories to arouse one's feeling. My mother died when I was two and I was taken away from my modern town of Montgomery to a primitive village in East Punjab. More importantly for me was the partition of India and eviction of my family from the motherland of which I was a part of. I had worked as a lecturer in Geography for four years and retired from the Royal Mail after thirty two years.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

1863 A House Divided

Author : Elizabeth Massie
ISBN : 9781466856127
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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America as seen through the eyes of its young founders. By April 1863 the Civil War has been raging for two years. On their sleepy farm in Gettysburg, sixteen-year-old twins Susanne and Stephen are alarmed by news that Confederate forces under General Robert E. Lee are threatening to invade the North for a strike at Washington, D.C.! Rebel forces in the Union capital? Is it possible? Bored with farm life and itching for action, Stephen runs away to join the beleaguered Army of the Potomac to fight Johnny Reb. Susanne decides to join a nursing outfit to assist the Union's wounded. Sparated by war, death, and disease, the twins maintain a correspondence. But little do they know that Union and Confederate forces are converging on a small town for a battle that may determine the outcome of the war--a town called Gettysburg. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Category: Young Adult Fiction