Food is love, food is emotion. What good is a fetching recipe book when it does not bring emotion, happiness, joy and love to your kitchen and dinner table? Everything you touch, see and smell while cooking moves the soul, sparks a memory; this Corned peerless Beef fetching recipe book will make you FEEL that. We passionately slipped emotions into every Corned spellbinding Beef recipe, making them quirky, stand out and hilarious. Read them out LOUD and laugh, giggle while you follow their easy first-class steps - and crave the food you make. You'll love this book, the relishable recipes are easy, the ingredients are easy to get and they don't take long to make. Foodlovers turn to Corned fantabulous Beef Greats for engrossing information and inspiration. Everything is in here, from the proverbial soup to nuts: Corned Haunting Beef, Dijon Glazed Corned Beaut Beef, Corned Carefree Beef Brisket With Stir-fried Superbious Cabbage, Corned Triumphant Beef Hash Supereasy Patties, Dijon-glazed Corned Inimitable Beef , Corned Terrific Beef Noodle Bake, Philanthropic Dublin Sunday Corned Contemporary Beef And Easy-peasy Cabbage, Corned Hella-tight Beef Salad, Sweet And Hot Corned Corking Beef, Corned Wubba-lubba-dub-dub Beef Hash ...and much much more! This is a very satisfying book, however I would recommend you eat something before you read this book, or you won't be able to make it through without reaching for a skillet or saucepan! Corned astonishing Beef Greats is funny and packed with more finger-licking information than you could imagine. 47 Delicious tingling recipes covering everything, each using ingredients that should be simple to find and are Corned Beef-indulging. This dapper cookbook offers great value and would make a fabulous gift. This superior book will also give you enough wondrous inspiration to experiment with different ingredients since you'll find the extensive conspicuous index to be extremely helpful. The triumphant recipes are superb. Wonderfully easy to put together and you don't have to make or purchase a ton of ingredients or fancy kitchen gadgets before you have a chance to play with them. There's only one traditional word that describes it all: Yummy!!
Delicious Corned Beef Recipes, the Top 34 Corned Beef Recipes
Author: Jo Franks
Publisher: Emereo Publishing
You'll love this book, the recipes are easy, the ingredients are easy to get and they don't take long to make. Foodlovers turn to Corned Beef Greats for information and inspiration. Everything is in here, from the proverbial soup to nuts: Boiled Dinner With Dumplings, Brussel Sprout Souffle with Corned Beef, Reuben Burgers, Reuben Meatloaf, Reuben Quesadillas, Ruben Burgers, Russian Dressing, Sweet Pickle Brine For Meat, Wok-Steamed Corn Beef And Cabbage ...and much much more This is a very satisfying book, however I would recommend you eat something before you read this book, or you won't be able to make it through without reaching for a skillet or saucepan Corned Beef Greats is packed with more information than you could imagine. 34 delicious dishes covering everything, each employing ingredients that should be simple to find and include Corned Beef. This cookbook offers great value and would make a fabulous gift. This book will also give you enough inspiration to experiment with different ingredients since you'll find the extensive index to be extremely helpful. The recipes are superb. Wonderfully easy to put together and you don't have to make or purchase a ton of condiments before you have a chance to play with them. Yummy
The Best Restaurants, Markets & Local Culinary Offerings
Author: Meg Cotner
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
The Best Restaurants, Markets & Local Culinary Offerings The ultimate guides to the food scene in their respective states or regions, these books provide the inside scoop on the best places to find, enjoy, and celebrate local culinary offerings. Engagingly written by local authorities, they are a one-stop for residents and visitors alike to find producers and purveyors of tasty local specialties, as well as a rich array of other, indispensable food-related information including: • Favorite restaurants and landmark eateries • Farmers markets and farm stands • Specialty food shops, markets and products • Food festivals and culinary events • Places to pick your own produce • Recipes from top local chefs • The best cafes, taverns, wineries, and brewpubs
"Sweet Jesus, Woman. Stop your blubbering. I'm not dead yet." The old man put his arm around his wife's shoulders. "Molly Margaret Malone, the doctor says I've got at least another six months of breathing on this plane.” Just a month later, Shawn died. After the funeral, family and friends came to the house. Shawn's nephew was the last to leave. Patrick hugged her at the door. Looking down he said, "Should I let your cat come in? He's been sitting on the porch ever since we got here." Cat? Molly doesn't have a cat. She looked down and saw a small, white cat looking up. His big green eyes were all she could comprehend. "Yes, let him in."
New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.
Growing up in a rural recording studio, Halo Llewellyn is rarely star-struck, but when one of the visiting singers gives birth to Fred, she knows right away that he's special. As the golden child grows into the gilded man, she remains dazzled by his ambition and his talent. Up on stage, being screamed at by hundreds of teenage girls, Fred will always turn his spotlight on Halo in the crowd. But that's the problem with falling in love with your charismatic almost-brother - it can never be a secret. In the end, the whole world has to know.
A Wise Sons Book for Jews Who Like Food and Food Lovers Who Like Jews
Author: Evan Bloom
Publisher: Chronicle Books
From nationally recognized Jewish brand Wise Sons, the cookbook Eat Something features over 60 recipes for salads, soups, baked goods, holiday dishes, and more. This long-awaited cookbook (the first one for Wise Sons!) is packed with homey recipes and relatable humor; it is as much a delicious, lighthearted, and nostalgic cookbook as it is a lively celebration of Jewish culture. Stemming from the thesis that Jews eat by occasion, the book is organized into 19 different events and celebrations chronicling a Jewish life in food, including: bris, Shabbat, Passover and other high holidays, first meal home from college, J-dating, wedding, and more. • Both a Jewish humor book and a cookbook • Recipes are drawn from the menus of their beloved Bay Area restaurants, as well as all the occasions when Jews gather around the table. • Includes short essays, illustrations, memorabilia, and stylish plated food photography. Wise Sons is a nationally recognized deli and Jewish food brand with a unique Bay Area ethos—inspired by the past but entirely contemporary, they make traditional Jewish foods California-style with great ingredients. Recipes include Braided Challah, Big Macher Burger, Wise Sons' Brisket, Carrot Tzimmes, and Morning After Matzoquiles, while essays include Confessions of a First-Time Seder Host, So, You Didn't Marry a Jew, and Iconic Chinese Restaurants, As Chosen by the Chosen People. • Great for those who enjoyed Zahav: A World of Israeli Cooking by Michael Solomonov, The 100 Most Jewish Foods: A Highly Debatable List by Alana Newhouse, and Russ & Daughters: Reflections and Recipes from the House That Herring Built by Mark Russ Federman • A must for anyone looking to expand their knowledge of Jewish cuisine and culture
In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.
Written by local authors who can offer a unique perspective on each area, this series of regional travel guides furnishes detailed information on hotels, restaurants, annual events, festivals, local attractions, nightlife, parks and recreation, and more, along with numerous photographs, maps, comprehensive indexes, and thumb tabs for quick reference.
The Untold Story of Gridiron Greats and Their Struggle to Save Professional Football
Author: Billy Joe DuPree
Category: Sports & Recreation
The Unbroken Line is the riveting story of how truly heartless the business of professional football was and is from the poor pension plans and inadequate medical benefits to the greed of union leadership which the authors argue takes advantage of and turns its back on the very individuals who make the game great. At no time in the annals of sports has the timing of a book been more important. This unique story provides a fascinating inside look at how a group of players and one attorney strategically outwitted the NFL and the Players Union leadership to score an historic and crucial victory for players rights. The year was 1982, a few courageous men stood up to their powerful administrative adversaries when no one else would during the most turbulent time in the history of professional football. What was at stake then and now again in 2010 is the players ability to earn salaries and benefits that are in line with their contributions to their teams. The authors, former Pro Bowl tight end Billy Joe DuPree and highly respected attorney Spencer Kopf, not only reveal the successful plan that began the end of player exploitation, but they also skillfully compare the peril players faced in 1982 to the heart wrenching situations of present-day, retired union members. An SMI Book, imprint of iUniverse, Inc.
The 1934 St. Louis Cardinals were one of the most colorful crews ever to play the National Pastime. Sportswriters delighted in assigning nicknames to the players, based on their real or imagined qualities. What a cast of characters it was! None was more picturesque than Pepper Martin, the “Wild Horse of the Osage,” who ran the bases with reckless abandon, led his teammates in off thefield hijinks, and organized a hillbilly band called the Mississippi Mudcats. He was quite a baseball player, the star of the 1931 World Series and a significant contributor to the 1934 championship. The harmonica player for the Mudcats was the irrepressible Dizzy Dean. Full of braggadocio, Dean delivered on his boasts by winning 30 games in 1934, the last National League hurler to achieve that feat. Dizzy and his brother Paul accounted for all of the Cardinal victories in the 1934 World Series. Some writers tried to pin the moniker Daffy on Paul, but that name didn’t fit the younger and much quieter brother. The club’s hitters were led by the New Jersey strong boy, Joe “Ducky” Medwick, who hated the nickname, preferring to be called “Muscles.” Presiding over this aggregation was the “Fordham Flash,” Frankie Frisch. Rounding out the club were worthies bearing such nicknames as Ripper, “Leo the Lip,” Spud, Kiddo, Pop, Dazzy, Ol’ Stubblebeard, Wild Bill, Buster, Chick, Red, and Tex. Some of these were aging stars, past their prime, and others were youngsters, on their way up. Together they comprised a championship ball club. “The Gas House Gang was the greatest baseball club I ever saw. They thought they could beat any ballclub and they just about could too. When they got on that ballfield, they played baseball, and they played it to the hilt too. When they slid, they slid hard. There was no good fellowship between them and the opposition. They were just good, tough ballplayers.” — Cardinals infielder Burgess Whitehead on "When It Was A Game," HBO Sports, 1991
This is the story of a young Japanese-American, Iva Toguri, who found herself stranded in Japan following the attack on Pearl Harbor. Seeking employment in a belligerent country, she worked for Radio Tokyo. There she joined a conspiracy led by an Australian to obstruct and reduce the effectiveness of Japanese propaganda aimed at Allied soldiers in the Pacific. Following the war and against a backdrop of national revenge, she was convicted of treason and sent to prison for her role as the infamous Tokyo Rose, a person who never really existed. Many years later new information led to a presidential pardon for a miscarriage of justice brought about by wartime hysteria and racial animosity. Replete with lessons, it is a story worth knowing in our own age beset by America’s “war on terrorism.”