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From Saint Hildegard's Kitchen

Foods of Health, Foods of Joy

Author: Jany Fournier-Rosset

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Category: Cooking

Page: 223

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Introduction -- Basic ingredients -- Herbs, spices, and condiments -- Beverages -- Saint Hildegard's own special recipes -- Breakfast -- Salads -- Soups -- Cereals and cereal grains -- Pasta -- Meat and poultry -- Fish -- Eggs and egg dishes -- Vegetables -- Sauces, dips, vinaigrettes, and roux -- Spice mixtures -- Desserts -- Syrups and liqueurs -- Jams and jellies -- Table graces from Saint Benedict and others -- Glossary and measurements -- Sources for ingredients.

The Women in God's Kitchen

Cooking, Eating, and Spiritual Writing

Author: Cristina Mazzoni

Publisher: A&C Black

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Category: Religion

Page: 222

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A native of Italy and a splendid cook herself, Mazzoni savors the food writings and images of a broad spectrum of Catholic saints and holy women, including Catherine of Genoa, Angela of Foligno, Gemma Galgani, and the first person in the United States to be canonized, Elisabeth Ann Seton. Continuum Books

Experiencing Hildegard

Jungian Perspectives (Expanded and Revised)

Author: Avis Clendenen

Publisher: Chiron Publications

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Category: Religion

Page: 306

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With a Foreword by Sister Joan Chittister, OSB. Experiencing Hildegard is a synthesis of Hildegard of Bingen's spirituality with insights from Jungian depth psychology, particularly regarding the unconscious and the reality of the soul. In this revised and expanded edition, Clendenen brings the scholarship up to date and addresses the changes wrought by Hildegard being named a Doctor of the Church.

Herbal Blessings

A gardening novel with herbal recipes

Author: Carolee Snyder

Publisher: AuthorHouse

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Category: Cooking

Page: 562

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Follow the continuing story of the people of Heartland, the “Little Town That’s All Heart!” It’s the fourth season at Joyful Heart, Callie Gardener Franklin’s herb farm located in central Indiana, and she’s discovering that being married to a high-profile husband means lots of changes for both her and the farm she loves. As she struggles to keep her business afloat in a challenging economy, dangerous threats surface that impact every facet of her world. At the same time, her friends face their own problems and opportunities. In times like these, Callie finds it takes real effort to remember to count her blessings... Meanwhile, Morgan Wright campaigns for political office and artist LouAnn Crow confronts difficult times. Romance blooms for some and disappointment awaits others. There are fresh additions to Joyful Heart’s staff, new adventures for trucker Suz Stone, Mike Shipley (the sweetest UPS driver in the Midwest) and the rest of the Heartland community. Celebrate as the population booms, good triumphs over evil, the gardens flourish, and the blessings of herbs enhance everyone’s lives. Herbal Blessings chronicles not only Callie’s life and another season of growing, harvesting, and using herbs, but also the joys of country life and nature. It is filled with fascinating herbal lore and helpful gardening information. As in the three previous books in the series, it features cultural information on twelve important herbs. And, completing the menu, it includes over seventy tempting original recipes for desserts and other herbal treats!

Extraordinary Women of Christian History

What We Can Learn from Their Struggles and Triumphs

Author: Ruth A. Tucker

Publisher: Baker Books

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Category: Religion

Page: 288

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Christianity has long been criticized as a patriarchal religion. But during its two-thousand-year history, the faith has been influenced and passed down by faithful women. Martyrs and nuns, mystics and scholars, writers and reformers, preachers and missionaries, abolitionists and evangelists, these women are examples to us of faith, perseverance, forgiveness, and fortitude. With gracious irreverence, Ruth Tucker offers engaging and candid profiles of some of the most fascinating women of Christian history. From the famous to the infamous to the obscure, women like Perpetua, Joan of Arc, Teresa of Avila, Anne Hutchinson, Susanna Wesley, Ann Judson, Harriet Tubman, Fanny Crosby, Hannah Whitehall Smith, Corrie ten Boom, and Mother Teresa, along with dozens of others, come to vivid life. Perfect for small groups, these portraits of women who changed the world in their own significant way will spark lively discussion and inspire today's Christians to lives of faithful witness.

Wellness

Life, Health and Spirituality

Author: Richard Woods

Publisher: Veritas Publications

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Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 271

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This book explores a number of ways in which a vibrant and healthy spirituality enables people to live longer, happier lives, contribute to society, and avoid much of the discontent that is rife in our consumerist society.

American Book Publishing Record

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Category: American literature

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Pennsylvania Dutch Country Cooking

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Category: Cooking

Page: 204

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Discusses the history of Pennsylvania Dutch cooking and its role in their society, and shares recipes for soups, noodles, baked goods, fruits and vegetables, pork products, and holiday treats

Subject Guide to Books in Print

An Index to the Publishers' Trade List Annual

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Category: American literature

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