More than 500 exciting and creative recipes designed for the busy American cook who loves to entertain with grace and style but has little time for preparation.
Author: Renny Darling
Publisher: Royal House Publishing Company
More than 500 exciting and creative recipes designed for the busy American cook who loves to entertain with grace and style but has little time for preparation. Recipes are glamorous, will please the most dscriminating palate, yet are easy enough to be prepared after a busy day.
It’s a healthy, low-fat alternative to beef, with only 3.6 grams of fat per 4-ounce serving. Collected here are 150 delicious venison recipes that run the gamut from down-home favorites to gourmet delights.
Author: Kate Fiduccia
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Inc.
Gift in memory of James David Mitchell.
Fancy. Shmancy. SitDown. Dinner. Serves 6 SnowCapped Icebergs Filet Mignon
Topped with Lobster Dilled Smashed Potatoes Asparagus with Crab & Blue
Cheese Cheese Filled Breadsticks Virgin Cranberry Mimosas Cranberry Sorbet ...
Author: Dawn Hall
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Dawn Hall's 7-ingredients or less, 30-minutes or less formula is adapted for the Christmas season. As a working mom, she knows how hard it is to prepare all the Christmas goodies and entertain friends and family on a budget, while juggling an already full schedule. Here are recipes and plans for cookie swaps, edible and affordable teacher's gifts, and easy but remarkable meals for your family and friends whether it is the office potluck lunch, an elegant Christmas eve buffet, or a fun breakfast under the tree. Recipes will include Yuletide Pork Roast with Lemon Pepper and Rosemary, Cranberry Salsa, Busy Holiday Bruschetta, Festive Frittata, Broccoli and Tomato Trifle, Snowball Cheese Balls, Cranberry-Walnut Mini Scones and much more. A special section will provide creative recipes for leftovers including Turkey a la King over stuffing.
While on the other hand, the "boys of the Bowery" and the owners of fast trotting
teams as cautiously avoided the Bloomingdale and Old Post Roads.... To the
denizens of the East Side, Corporal Thompson's, Burnham's, and Striker's Bay,
Author: Tom Picton
Publisher: Wildside Press LLC
This is a second collection of 20 essays serialized in the "New York Clipper" between 1868-69 under the title, "Reminiscences of a Man About Town," with three additional pieces included that are also believed to have been penned by well-known man-about-town Tom Picton (1822-91). The "Clipper" was a major sporting and theatrical weekly issued between 1853-1924. Picton's memories of the clubs and theatres popular in New York City between roughly 1835-50 form the basis of these highly entertaining and historically informative reflections. Complete with illustrations, notes, and comprehensive index. Professor Emeritus William L. Slout is the premier circus historian of his time, having edited or written several dozen books on theatre and circus life, in addition to such noteworthy plays as "The Trial of Dr. Jekyll." He lives and works in Southern California.
Praise for Fern Michaels and her novels "Tirelessly inventive and entertaining."—Booklist on Up Close and Personal "Fast-moving. . .entertaining. . .a roller-coaster ride of serendipitous fun."—Publishers Weekly on Mr. and Miss ...
Author: Fern Michaels
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.
A powerful, poignant novel of love, redemption, and family secrets from the incomparable #1 New York Times bestselling author Fern Michaels. . . On his thirty-fifth birthday, Jake St. Cloud inherits a fortune—and learns the whereabouts of his mysterious half-brother. On her deathbed, Selma St. Cloud revealed that Jake had a sibling, a product of his father's affair. At last, Jake is in a position to track down Alex Rosario and make amends for their father's past neglect. At least, that's the plan. When their initial meeting goes badly, a distraught Jake crashes his car and is sentenced to community work—with Alex as his parole officer. Jake must spend a year helping Angelica Dancer and her daughter, Fancy, at the Dancer Foundation for neglected children. Fancy, scarred within and without by the accident that ended her ballet career, is even less happy with the arrangement than Jake. Yet as they're thrown together, Jake, Alex, Angelica, and Fancy make unexpected connections. And as he unravels the painful truths of his past, Jake realizes that his mother's greatest gift to him lies not in his inheritance, but in the future, and the family, he's slowly piecing together. . . Praise for Fern Michaels and her novels "Tirelessly inventive and entertaining."—Booklist on Up Close and Personal "Fast-moving. . .entertaining. . .a roller-coaster ride of serendipitous fun."—Publishers Weekly on Mr. and Miss Anonymous 60,000 Words.
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quick dekko at the others while I'm here,” said E. Dexter, “and then I must be off,
or my sister will be thinking I've gone under a bus.” His sister? Was she the U of ...
Author: Monica Dickens
Publisher: A&C Black
Women from all walks of life have been thrown together by the War. Together they must toil for long hours in the aircraft factory whilst striving to navigate their disrupted lives. Overseeing their work is the kindly Edward Ledward, whose beloved rabbits provide an escape from his loveless marriage. Given a promotion, and somewhat scared of 'his girls', Edward quickly finds himself out of his depth. But will these terrifying women be his ruin or his salvation? Set during World War II and covering themes of love, family, and independence, The Fancy is above all a human story, a study of everyday life and its extraordinary characters. It was first published in 1945.