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  • Love, Laughter, and Rhubarb

    by Tinky Weisblat
    As a child, writer and singer Tinky Weisblat disliked rhubarb and balked at eating it. As an adult, she has evolved into an enthusiast for the tart red stalks that pop up in her New England yard every year. Like most converts, she is wildly enthusiastic about her rhubarb “religion.” In "Love, Laughter, and Rhubarb" Tinky shares some of her reasons for loving rhubarb: its taste, its place as one of the first crops of the agricultural year, and above all its versatility. This sweet/tart plant can ... more
  • BERKEBUN ITU SERU

    by Sulas sky
    Berkebun itu seru adalah modul belajar budidaya tanaman untuk sekolah dasar . selain materi juga ada petujunjuk praktek sehingga proses belajar aka lebih fun.
  • Radical Regenerative Gardening and Farming

    by Frank Holzman
    This book informs and inspires gardeners farmers about how to develop an intimate relationship with their land. It is as much about why as it is about how to work with nature. Regenerative gardening and farming involves viewing the land as a living organism. Creating a balanced ecosystem requires and investment. That investment grows the gardener as well as the garden.
  • Nosh with Chef Julie: 50 Personal Recipes for the Everyday with 10 Ingredients or Less!: This cookbook is filled with recipes I

    by Julie Michele Tuttle
    Vegan and vegetarian friendly dishes; modern, party-favorites, traditional, and twists on a few classics. My collection of 50 highest rated recipes, all with 10 easy ingredients or less, complete with easy to follow directions, is easy on your budget. You will find yourself returning to this cookbook time and time again. Make your favorites to enjoy with those you love and nosh to your heart's content!
  • Sicilian Summer. An Adventure in Cooking with my Grandsons

    by Mary Taylor Simeti
    Part memoir, part family recipe collection, part delightful photographic record of an extraordinary experience, ithis book is also a meditation on the role food can play within the family in bonding, creating memories, and consolidating tradition and identity.
  • Too Good To Passover: Sephardic & Judeo-Arabic Seder Menus and Memories from Africa, Asia and Europe

    by Jennifer Felicia Abadi
    Too Good To Passover is the first Passover cookbook specializing in traditional Sephardic, Judeo-Arabic, and Central Asian recipes and customs (covering both pre- and post-Passover rituals) appealing to Sephardic, Mizrahic, and Ashkenazic individuals who are interested in incorporating something traditional yet new into their Seders. A compilation of more than 200 Passover recipes from 23 Jewish communities, this cookbook-memoir provides an anthropological as well as historical context to th... more
  • SUCCESSFUL CHEESEMAKING: Step-by-Step Directions & Photos for Making Nearly Every Type of Cheese

    by Merryl Winstein
    SUCCESSFUL CHEESEMAKING®, Step-by-Step Directions and Photos for Making Nearly Every Type of Cheese, tells both home and artisan cheese makers how to use accurate, traditional and professional methods for making the finest cheeses of cow’s, goat’s, or sheep’s milk, using simple home and artisan equipment. Over 800, clear, step-by-step photos beautifully depict every stage of the process. This 670-page book answers questions you didn’t even know you had! •LEARN how and why the same milk and i... more
  • The Pastry Chef's Little Black Book

    by Alan Battman
    Award Winning Pastry Chefs Michael Mignano and Michael Zebrowski in collaboration with photographer/publisher Alan Battman have produced a 500 recipe book of basic essential recipes for chefs.
  • Master Chefs Of France

    by Alan Batt

    The Master Chefs of France: The Cookbook is the new standard for all modern French cookery. It is the first cookbook produced by the MCF. This authoritative book features recipes from Daniel Boulud, Eric Ripert, Laurent Manrique, Roland Passot and seventy-three other member chefs of the prestigious Maîtres Cuisiniers de France North American chapter (MCF-USA/Canada. Produced in partnership between the Maîtres Cuisiniers de France and renowned photographer Battman, this 379 pa... more

  • Loving Good Food from the Heart

    by Doreen Barnett
    I am a lover of food. That's my hideaway in my food . This is my laughter in my food. I've cooked for many just by seeing their faces on how well pleased they are. I want every bite to fulfill your inner being. I hope when you cook these recipes, your family, friends, loved ones, churches, schools, and all the people you love will warm up to this. Muah muah
  • The Donald Trump Cookbook

    by Les Fox

    The Donald Trump Cookbook is a non-political comedy book (comic book style) designed to make people laugh. The book includes 50 recipes from 50 states (including "John McCain Rattlesnake McNuggets" and Bill & Hillary's Anti-Aging Arkansas Grits") and other hilarious recipes, some of which can actually be cooked, all of which are super silly and extremely creative.

  • The Immeasurable Cookbook: An Ode to the Dirty Apron

    by Terrence Huie
    The Immeasurable Cookbook is an unconventional, no measurements, return to grandmas-style-cooking cookbook. Each recipe is written in poem, prose, or story form and all of the ingredients and cooking techniques required are capitalized. The intent is to break the fear that measurements impose and to liberate the cook, reinvigorating the kitchen as a place to gather and share meals and memorable moments.
  • Farms of Tomorrow Revisited: Community-Supported Farms―Farm-Supported Communities

    by Steven McFadden
    This timely sequel to the popular inspirational blueprint for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) is set to guide this rapidly growing movement to the next stage of its development. The authors provide very practical examples and information that will be of service to growers and shareholders alike without losing sight of the heart and excitement that makes CSA central to the renewal of agriculture. Added to the material from the original edition are two new essays by Trauger Groh dealing w... more
  • Awakening Community Intelligence: CSA Farms as 21st Century Cornerstones

    by Steven McFadden
    Over the last decades many thousands of people around the world have come to recognize in Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) a vehicle for approaching land, food, labor, environment and community in a healthier way. Now – in an era with increasing shadows of environmental catastrophe – it’s time to expand exponentially the CSA vision and reality. This book lays out the vision and sounds a call to action. Author Steven McFadden is a journalist who has been writing about CSA since its in... more
  • The Call of the Land, 2nd Edition, an Agrarian Primer for the 21st Century

    by Steven McFadden
    The Call of the Land: Agrarian Primer for the 21st Century In the context of the rapidly changing farm and food environment, journalist Steven McFadden has written a greatly expanded 2nd edition of The Call of the Land: An Agrarian Primer for the 21st Century. The new edition is an effective way for people to learn about and to teach food security. It’s loaded with model after model of ways for families, neighborhoods, communities, schools, and churches to meet the challenge of caring... more
  • Journey to the Joie de Vivre: The Lessons to be Found on the road (If We Look for Them)

    by Sandra Shaw Homer
    Sail away on another cargo ship adventure with Homer, this time to Europe – steaming in and out of exotic ports in Spain, Malta, Italy and France, with plenty of land-based excitement in between. Destination: the joie de vivre – from the heavenly taste of a seafood ravioli on the Ligurian coast to the silky perfection of Michelangelo sculptures; from a tiny Swiss Alpine village where nobody ever goes, to the heart-piercing strains of an 18th-century cello in Paris; from the barren, blood-soaked ... more

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