Author: Yotam Ottolenghi
Publisher: Random House
Vegetables have moved from the side dish to the main plate, grains celebrated with colour and flair. It’s a revolution that is bold, inspiring and ever-expanding. Yotam Ottolenghi's Plenty changed the way people cook and eat. Its focus on vegetable dishes, with the emphasis on flavour, original spicing and freshness of ingredients, caused a revolution not just in this country, but the world over. Plenty More picks up where Plenty left off, with 150 more dazzling vegetable-based dishes, this time organised by cooking method. Grilled, baked, simmered, cracked, braised or raw, the range of recipe ideas is stunning. With recipes including Alphonso mango and curried chickpea salad, Membrillo and stilton quiche, Buttermilk-crusted okra, Lentils, radicchio and walnuts with manuka honey, Seaweed, ginger and carrot salad, and even desserts such as Baked rhubarb with sweet labneh and Quince poached in pomegranate juice, this is the cookbook that everyone has been waiting for.
Author: Dawn Martin
When Pete leaves Chloe for another woman, she must raise their family alone, however, an impromptu internet pop-up leads her to believe she has found the perfect way of finding love again. After meeting a string of unlikely suitors, she finally meets Mel and believes without a doubt that she has found her one true love but inevitably things are more complicated than they first seem and she is forced to question her judgment time and time again. Plenty More Fish pushes the boundaries as it follows her journey through the dark and sometimes humorous side of internet dating and exposes her vulnerability in her desperate quest to find her soul mate. As she ventures into deeper waters her friends and work colleagues become increasingly concerned for her safety but will she listen to them before it is too late?
Author: Eleanor Curtis Dewees
Publisher: Review & Herald Publishing
Category: Juvenile Fiction
The adventures of the four Williams sisters and their little brothers as they learn to live according to Christian principles.
Author: Christine Townsend
Publisher: Harlequin Kimani
When a savvy businesswoman sets her sights on a fireman with a rather unhappy past, she soothes his wounded heart and attempts to show him the way back to true love. Original.
How to Hook the Right Girl and Keep Her
Author: David Rhind,Geoff Neal
Category: Dating (Social customs)
Written by two young twenty-something lads around town, PLENTY MORE FISH IN THE CBD is a funny often downright bawdy guide to finding 'desirable' women, then getting and keeping them. Its great insights into the male mind are invaluable for women too. The authors use the fishing metaphor throughout with chapters on: The Neal-Rhind Classification of Women Theory; Catch of the Day; The Department of Conversation; Dressed to Krill; Look Before You Launch; Hook, Line and Sink-Her; The Lure; Setting Anchor; Mating Season; The One That Got Away; and Being a Batter Man. Despite the very un-PC nature of much of the book, the last chapter is called The Women Reply. For blokes who profess to never reading books, Geoff Neal and David Rhind can spin a great yarn. Aimed especially at men like them, the book contains lots of breakout boxes with Random Facts, Fish Tales, Quotes, and Supporting Material. This is great humour but it's also more than that there is a lot of really helpful and insightful information on relating to women.
Vibrant Vegetable Recipes from London's Ottolenghi
Author: Yotam Ottolenghi
Publisher: Chronicle Books
A vegetarian cookbook from the author of Jerusalem Cookbook and other Ottolenghi cookbooks: A must-have collection of 120 vegetarian recipes from Yotam Ottolenghi featuring exciting flavors and fresh combinations that will become mainstays for readers and eaters looking for a brilliant take on vegetables. Mastering the art of French cooking the Yotam Ottolenghi way: One of the most exciting talents in the cooking world, Yotam Ottolenghi's food inspiration comes from his Cordon Bleu training, Mediterranean background, and his unapologetic love of ingredients. "My approach can be the opposite to traditional French cooking, where everything is a little bit uniform and you work hard to process a sauce into the most fine and homogenous thing. I go the other way and use spices, herbs and other ingredients to create a sense of surprise." Not a vegetarian himself, his approach to vegetable dishes is wholly original and innovative, based on freshness and seasonality, and drawn from the diverse food cultures represented in London. The Plenty cookbook: Plenty is the cookbook that launched Yotam Ottolenghi from a fabulous chef, London restaurant owner, and British newspaper columnist to an international food celebrity. In the Plenty cookbook, Yotam puts a spotlight on vegetarian restaurant-caliber recipes that every home cook can make. A vibrant photo accompanies every recipe in this visually stunning Ottolenghi cookbook. Essential for meat-eaters and vegetarians alike! The Plenty cookbook is indispensable for every home library.
Party Planning, Cooking Classes, Gift and Bath Products, Plus-Sized Clothing, Educational Toys and G
Author: Entrepreneur Press
Publisher: Entrepreneur Press
Category: Business & Economics
Are you inventive? Fun? Have you been called a kid at heart? If so, let us introduce you to an up-and-coming, fresh-faced market with unbelievable purchasing power—meet today’s kids! An ever-growing market, kids offer a world of business possibilities for inspired entrepreneurs like you! From party planning and gift products to cooking classes and clothing, Entrepreneur covers the hottest businesses within the flourishing kid-focused industry. Providing insider advice, tips and tricks along the way, our experts take you step by step and show you how to discover your specialty, legally and financially establish your business, manage day-to-day operations and so much more! Learn how to: • Discover your specialty within one of five hot areas of interest—party planning, cooking classes, gift and bath products, plus-sized clothing, educational toys and games • Choose the best location and sales avenues to effectively reach your consumers • Efficiently manage inventory and supplies for easy order fulfillment • Create a support staff who help you succeed • Use effective marketing and advertising tools to gain exposure and get the word out • Build positive customer and vendor relationships • Plan for future growth Kids are spending record amounts of their own money—grab your share of this multi-billion-dollar market today!
Author: Paul Shepherd
Publisher: Sarabande Books
An “extraordinary first novel” about a father trying to escape the past and a son lost in a world of imaginary voices—winner of the Mary McCarthy Prize (Booklist). Levi Revel is a boy in danger of losing his family and maybe his mind. He’s in awe of his father, Everest—a majestic dreamer, a master builder, a man with a violent, secret past. As the family moves from state to state, Levi hears solace in the voice of God, a voice that sends him preaching from treetops and roofs. But as the family begins to fall apart and Levi enters adolescence, he starts to hear more troubling things. When Everest takes him on a high-speed, cross-country chase to win back Levi’s mother—by force if necessary—Levi realizes how much danger they all are in. Tender and frightening, More Like Not Running Away takes readers across America, through the eyes and ears of a child whose family is haunted by a past they can’t outrun. “Shepherd’s family-in-decline frames an impressive father-son character study.” —Publishers Weekly “This extraordinary first novel about the blood ties that bind fathers and sons packs such emotional power that reading it is like sustaining repeated blows to the heart.” —Booklist “Shepherd is a master craftsman, and the subtlety of his art, the unassuming elegance of its architecture, rendered me spellbound and finally grateful.” —Bob Shacochis, author of The Woman Who Lost Her Soul “A riveting exploration of what it is to be an outsider even in your own head. Shepherd has written a gripping story of childhood angst—psychologically thrilling, lyrically exact.” —Janet Burroway, author of Writing Fiction
A graphic mosaic of one family's time in Croatia
Author: A. Valdone Crook
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
What More Can I Say? ... Plenty! shares the experiences of the author and her family in Croatia over the last seven years. Inspiring readers about life and what it is to be a migrant, it contains a sequence of events in a foreign non-English speaking land where she and her family, as non- Croatians, try to survive economically, spiritually and mentally. What More Can I Say? ... Plenty! is a collection of memories, fi lled with humorous, fl ippant and heart-wrenching anecdotes. This album of eclectic word and picture snapshots is a riveting read for anyone who knows how it feels to not belong.
Author: J. Robert King
The Arthurian epic that began in Mad Merlin continues in Lancelot du Lethe, the story of the greatest knight, paramour, and traitor the Round Table has ever known. The story of Lancelot is one of striving for perfection only to fall short due to the sins of the flesh. But in Lancelot du Lethe the knight is only partially of the mortal realm. He and Guinevere share a mystical bond of which Arthur cannot be a part, for they are both of the bloodline of the fey, immortally destined to be betrothed. This ensuing war of loyalties and love threatens the uneasy peace not just mortal realm but of the entire netherworld of the multipantheons of gods as well. Drawing from Joseph Campbell, and from sources both historical and literary, this is a new take on the story of Camelot's most famous knight, told as only the author of Mad Merlin can. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
A Case Study of North Sea Fisheries
Author: Liza Griffin
Category: Business & Economics
In recent years there have been several alarming predictions about the future of the planet’s fish stocks. As a result, many national governments and supranational institutions, including the European Union, have instituted reforms designed to mitigate the crisis. This book examines the discourse and practice of ‘good governance’ in the context of fisheries management. It starts by examining the ‘crisis’ of fisheries in the North Sea, caused primarily by overfishing and failure of the European Union’s Common Fisheries Policy. It then goes on to analyse reforms to this policy enacted and planned between 2002 and 2013, and the proposition that collapse of fish stocks could occur as a result of deficiencies in new governing arrangements, i.e. failure to apply ‘principles of good governance’. The book argues that impediments to good governance practice in fisheries are not merely the result of implementation deficits, but that they constitute a more systematic failure. Governance theory addresses issues of power, but it does not recognise the many important spatially contingent and relational forms of power that are exercised in actual governing practice. For example, it frequently overlooks spatial practices and strategies, such as ‘scale jumping, ‘rescaling’ and the discursive redrawing of governing boundaries. This book exposes some of these spatial power relationships, showing that the presence of such relationships has implications for accountability and effective policymaking. In sum, this book explores some of the ways in which we might better understand governance practice using theories of scale and relational concepts of power, and in the process it offers a critique and rethinking of governance theory. These reflections are made on the basis of an in-depth case study of the attempted pursuit of ‘good governance’ in the European Union via institutional reforms, focusing particularly on the thorny and fascinating case of North Sea fisheries management.