Heart of the Home

Author: Susan Branch
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780996044035
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Revised and expanded edition of Susan Branch's first illustrated cookbook published in 1986.

150 Recipes in a 13x9 Pan

Author: Gooseberry Patch
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1620932318
Format: PDF, Docs
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13 x 9...the pan that can! Whether it's aluminum or steel, glass or ceramic, chances are you find yourself reaching for your favorite 13 x 9 pan all the time. Family meals don't get any easier than one-dish dinners like beefy bean & biscuit bake, black bean & rice enchiladas and chicken & asparagus. Just turn on the oven and call 'em in to dinner! In the morning, wake everyone up for overnight French toast or a hearty breakfast egg bake. This versatile pan is potluck-perfect too, so get ready for compliments. Just bake, cover it and carry in, filled with meatball sub casserole or ham & Swiss cheese rolls. Your favorite pan excels at desserts too, like cherry-pecan bread pudding, butterscotch picnic cake and cookies & cream brownies. The only hard part is choosing just one of our tried & true recipes. So, grab that pan, put on your apron and let's get cooking!

A Glimpse of Heaven 2016

Author: Rock Point School Staff
Publisher: Rock Point Gift and Stationery
ISBN: 9781631061141
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Matthew 18:10 - For I tell you that in heaven their angels always see the face of my Father who is in heaven. A View of Heaven 2016 is a 12x12, 16-month wall calendar featuring a majestic glimpse through the lens of the Hubble Space Telescope paired with inspirational biblical quotations. The union of these thought-provoking, stunning images and poignant words will continue to inspire you all year long.

Ethnic Capital in a Japanese Brazilian Commune

Author: Nobuko Adachi
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 1498544851
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This is a book about the power ethnic capital and how it drives both the economics of, and the quest for identity in, a Japanese Brazilian commune. Adachi tells readers what this small diaspora community can teach us about how life “in the trenches” looks to those on the outskirts of the exploding transnational world economy. This book explores the various strategies locals use to compete with others with whom they are linked locally, nationally, and globally. Through the story of Kubo daily life, Adachi offers insights into important aspects of social and linguistic theory, as well as explicating how cross-border relations become more and more intertwined. In a sense, Kubo’s story, with its struggles to maintain its identity—even its survival—in an increasingly globalized world, encapsulates many of the problems now faced by smaller communities around the world, be they diasporic or regionally entrenched, or ethnically, racially, or religiously composed. Adachi explores the motivations for racial and ethnic boundary-making based primarily on values and principles rather than purely physiological features by focusing on Kubo and its marketing of supposedly traditional Japanese cultural values, in spite of the commune being located in the interior of Brazil. To do this she incorporates notions from linguistic anthropology and sociolinguistics, including problems of language maintenance, the relationships between language and symbolic power, and the intricacies of language and gender. Doing so helps theorize the tensions between hybridity and purity entailed in the complexities of identity dynamics.

Breaking History Vanished

Author: Sarah Pruitt
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1493030612
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A front row seat to the breaking news, photos and hype surrounding history's most mysterious disappearances. Breaking History® books offer a front row seat to history as it broke (like “breaking news”) and give the blow-by-blow of historical discovery—what we learned, when we learned it, who made the discovery, and how. Vanished! is an illustrated tour of history’s most confounding cases of disappearance from Amelia Earhart to Jimmy Hoffa; DB Cooper; Alcatraz escapists Frank Morris, John Anglin, and Clarence Algin; Jim Thompson; Judge Joseph Force Crater; and more. Starting with the first 30 days surrounding each incident, and then looking at efforts up to this very day to solve each case, this book covers in photos and text history’s most perplexing vanishings.

Life Hacks

Author: Keith Bradford
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1440582866
Format: PDF, ePub
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Simple solutions to everyday problems! Wouldn't it be nice if there were a way to make life easier? With Life Hacks, you'll find hundreds of methods that you can start using right now to simplify your life. From folding a fitted sheet to removing scuffs from furniture, this book offers simple solutions to a variety of everyday problems. Each informative entry helps you discover quicker, more efficient techniques for completing ordinary tasks around the home, at the office, and just about anywhere. You'll also learn how to make the most out of any situation with fun, problem-solving tricks like creating an impromptu iPod speaker from toilet paper rolls or snagging a free doughnut at your local Krispy Kreme shop. Filled with 1,000 valuable life hacks, this book proves that you don't have to search very far for the perfect solution to everyday problems.

When We Fight We Win

Author: Greg Jobin-Leeds
Publisher: New Press, The
ISBN: 1620971402
Format: PDF, ePub
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Same-sex marriage, #BlackLivesMatter, the DREAM Act, the People’s Climate March, End the New Jim Crow, Occupy Wall Street, the fight for a $15 minimum wage—these are just a few of the remarkable movements that have blossomed in the past decade, a most fertile and productive era of activism. Now, in a visually rich and deeply inspiring book, the leaders and activists of these and other movements distill their wisdom, sharing lessons of what makes—and what hinders—transformative social change. Longtime social activist Greg Jobin-Leeds joins forces with AgitArte, a collective of artists and organizers, to capture the stories, philosophy, tactics, and art of today’s leading social change movements. When We Fight, We Win! weaves together interviews with today’s most successful activists and artists from across the country and beyond—including Patrisse Cullors-Brignac, Bill McKibben, Clayton Thomas-Muller, Karen Lewis, Favianna Rodriguez, Rea Carey, and Gaby Pacheco, among others—with narrative recountings of strategies and campaigns alongside full-color photos. It includes a foreword by Rinku Sen and an afterword by Antonia Darder. When We Fight, We Win! will give a whole generation of readers the chance to celebrate and benefit from a remarkable decade of activism—a decade that shows just how ripe these times are for social transformation.

Athens Arden Jerusalem

Author: Paul T. Wilford
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 1498551432
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Through careful interpretative essays on Greek poets, Shakespeare, and the Hebrew Bible, Athens, Arden, Jerusalem explores fundamental questions about God, human nature, and the political order. The collection of essays addresses topics ranging from friendship and marriage to sovereignty and tyranny, from piety and sin to comedy and contemplation.

The Feedback Fix

Author: Joe Hirsch
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1475826613
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The Feedback Fix will improve the way we communicate important information to the people closest to us, both professionally and personally.