In It's Not Complicated, Katie Lee, author, influencer, and Food Network star, offers 100 of her favorite recipes that are easy, yet exciting—and always delicious.
Author: Katie Lee Biegel
From bestselling author and the star of Food Network’s The Kitchen, It’s Not Complicated offers recipes designed to simplify cooking (and life!) After years of throwing lavish, carefully planned dinner parties, hosting numerous food shows, and jet-setting across the globe, Katie Lee has settled down. Having recently married the love of her life, Lee prefers quiet dinners with her family to multi-day cooking affairs for dozens of guests. Pasta every Sunday. Thick cut rib eyes. Ideas for cooking vegetables that go beyond roasting. A perfect brownie. In short, her life is guided by a new principle: Things don’t need to be complicated to be good. In It's Not Complicated, Katie Lee, author, influencer, and Food Network star, offers 100 of her favorite recipes that are easy, yet exciting—and always delicious. Written for the veteran chef and kitchen novice alike, Lee’s recipes have few ingredients and simple steps that are meant to ease up your life. Perfect for weeknights, but special enough for having people over, It’s Not Complicated shares the recipes people really want: classic, unfussy sure-things. *for full directions on the Creamy Spinach Artichoke Pasta, visit https://www.abramsbooks.com/errata/craft-errata-its-not-complicated/*
It's not complicated. He sees her in dreams and she is nothing but fear given form in a dream. Stop thinking about what your husband said that time. Which he only said for his own selfish reasons. A weird coincidence, yeah.
Author: Greg Hrbek
Publisher: Melville House
Twenty-year-old Skyler saw the incident out her window: Some sort of metallic object hovering over the Golden Gate Bridge just before it collapsed and a mushroom cloud lifted above the city. Like everyone, she ran, but she couldn't outrun the radiation, with her last thoughts being of her beloved baby brother, Dorian, safe in her distant family home. Flash forward to a post-incident America, where the country has been broken up into territories and Muslims have been herded onto the old Indian reservations in the west, even though no one has determined who set off the explosion that destroyed San Francisco. Twelve-year old Dorian dreams about killing Muslims and about his sister—even though Dorian's parents insist Skyler never existed. Are they still shell-shocked, trying to put the past behind them . . . or is something more sinister going on? Meanwhile, across the street, Dorian's neighbor adopts a Muslim orphan from the territories. It will set off a series of increasingly terrifying incidents that will lead to either tragedy or redemption for Dorian, as he struggles to prove that his sister existed—and was killed by a terrorist attack. Not on Fire, but Burning is unlike anything you're read before—not exactly a thriller, not exactly sci-fi, not exactly speculative fiction, but rather a brilliant and absorbing adventure into the dark heart of an America that seems ripped from the headlines. But just as powerfully, it presents a captivating hero: A young boy driven by love to seek the truth, even if it means his deepest beliefs are wrong.
“It's not complicated at all. I'm standing in my bare feet on the deck of a gorgeous sailboat that's spit-shined within an inch of its life. It's eighty degrees out. How complicated can life be?” I'd walked around the corner, ...
Author: Barbara Ross
Publisher: Kensington Cozies
A surprise delivery and family secrets send a young woman on a search for a killer in this cozy mystery by the author of Fogged Inn. The snow is deep in Maine’s Busman’s Harbor and the mighty rivers are covered in ice. Snowden Family Clambake Company proprietor Julia Snowden and her mother, Jacqueline, are hunkered down for the winter when a mysterious package arrives—heating up February with an unexpected case of murder… Inside the mystery package is an enormous black diamond necklace that once belonged to Julia’s great-grandmother and disappeared in the 1920s. Who could have sent it—and why? Julia’s search for clues takes her on a perilous journey through her mother’s troubled family history, from a squabble over the family fortune in “frozen water” to the recent unexplained death of Jacqueline’s long-lost cousin Hugh—who’d been missing and presumed drowned for more than forty years. To protect her mother’s inheritance, Julia must fend off a small army of feuding relatives, solve the mystery surrounding Hugh’s demise, and get back home before the next blizzard buries them all… Praise for Iced Under “The past and present collide in ways that are just as heart wrenching as they are heartwarming, and the genuine emotions they stir will satisfy fans of these exceptional novels.”—Kings River Life Magazine “Another excellent installment of what I'm starting to consider the quintessential cozy cooking mystery series…. Such is Barbara Ross’s skill that you buy wholeheartedly into Julia and feel that this is a genuine representation of one person's life, incidental corpses and all.”—Criminal Element
That's true. It has its own kind of amnesia. Selfamnesia accompanies this kind of melodrama. “I didn't say that! I didn't do that! That's not what happened.” And often the person sincerely believes that it never happened—they have ...
Author: Sylvia Bennett
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This second book of the Real Magic series continues to explore the ancient Hermetic Teachings as “A mental art—the art of using consciousness itself as the tool for creating changes in consciousness.” What does the Hermetic axiom “as above, so below” really mean? The relationship between macrocosm (above) and microcosm (below) is the key to the Hermetic Teachings. Macrocosm refers to the Eternal Reality of Light; the realm of God. Microcosm is its reflection; a fragmentation of Light; the world of human existence and human ego. The core of the Hermetic Teachings for centuries has been focused on transforming the fragmented body of Light in human consciousness and uniting below with above.
“No, really,” I said, pushing the button again. ... I can't explain it, the power he has to make you believe you're the most important person in his life. Ask anybody. It's not just me. “It's not complicated,” he said softly.
Author: Barbara Stewart
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
"When I was little, I imagined a monster: Scaly hands. Pits for eyes..." When Tracy and her best friend, Lisa, were kids, stories about a man-a creep who exposes himself to little girls-kept them out of the woods and in their own backyards. But Tracy and Lisa aren't so little anymore, and the man in the woods is nothing but a silly story. Right? But someone is in the woods. Someone is watching. And he knows all their secrets, secrets they can't tell anyone-not even each other. "Monsters don't exist." Lisa's just being paranoid. At least that's what Tracy thinks. But when a disturbing "gift" confirms her worst fears, it sets the girls on a dangerous journey that takes them beyond the edge of the woods. They swiftly learn however that reality is more terrifying than the most chilling myth, and what they find will test the bonds of friendship, loyalty, and love. "Once upon a time, two girls were lost in the woods." In Barbara's Stewart's What We Knew, Tracy and Lisa can't destroy the evil they'll face, but can they stop it from destroying each other?
Love God, love each other and do good deeds, why do you need to complicate it? Its not about you or I, it is about God, remember? It simply is a message about love, giving love to one and all. It is about assisting those in need, ...
Author: Michael Hall
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Our compassion and sensitivity for each other should not be limited by boudaries or contained within illusionary boundaries or borders. My allegiance is to the word of God, the love of life and to the message. My loyalites are to truth,altruism,non-violence, mercy,justice, and the protection of the weak, the feeding of the hungry, the freeing of the imprisoned, the respect for those whose language i cannot speak, the culture different yet equal to mine,the understanding that we are all on the same level and these truths are sheparding me in quiet gentleness on the golden pathway which is paved in humility,servitude and universal love for one and all. This is the premise of my book: "Without Broders". This is done in free-verse poetry and prose essays. I hope you enjoy it. Namaste
Applying complexity theory to healthcare delivery is not complicated. Forbes/Pharma & Healthcare. http://www.forbes.com/sites/roysmythe/2015/01/08/applying-aspects-of-complexity-theory-tohealth-care-delivery-its-not-complicated ...
Author: JoAnn Zerwekh
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Make a smooth transition from nursing school into the practice setting with Nursing Today, 11th Edition! With this book, you will gain a solid understanding of the issues and trends that affect the nursing profession. Not only will you graduate with patient care skills, but you will advance your career with insights into writing a resume, interviewing, finding a job, and obtaining specialty certifications. This edition takes a deeper look into topics such as workplace bullying, conflict management, cultural and spiritual awareness, and the new question types found on the Next Generation NCLEX® examination. Written by well-known nursing educators JoAnn Zerwekh and Ashley Zerwekh Garneau, this easy-to-read text prepares you for success on the NCLEX-RN® exam and in professional nursing practice. Thorough coverage prepares you for a professional career with an introduction to historical and present-day nursing as well as legal, ethical, political, and workplace issues. Learning objectives, humorous cartoons, and a pithy quote introduce the content in each chapter. Critical Thinking boxes ask you to apply your knowledge to the practice setting. Coverage of QSEN competencies addresses effective communication, team building, evidence-based practice, patient safety, and quality assurance. Tips for transitioning into the workplace are included in chapters such as NCLEX-RN® Exam and the New Graduate, Employment Considerations: Opportunities, Resumes, and Interviewing; and Mentorship, Preceptorship, and Nurse Residency Programs. Career advancement tools include time management, communication and delegation, how to write an effective resume, interviewing tips, guidelines for using social media, attaining certification in a nursing specialty, and self-care strategies. Evidence-Based Practice boxes summarize practice Issues, implications for nursing practice, and the references for the evidence. Research for Best Practice boxes highlight the research evidence that supports clinical practice.
well,no, no its not – but youcan do more complicated things with it...Icould showyoua fewmoves maybe.I'm quite good with the sword myself. Although... Ican't sayI've used a broadsword before. Mind if I havea look atit?
Author: C. J. Watterson
Publisher: Corvids Press
In an age of science and reason, an unfulfilled prophesy is coming to life. Born without telepathy, Magen is exiled by his people, the mythical "North Ice-Islanders". He becomes ensnared in a long-running interplanetary war. Other, more ancient forces are watching. A spy is sleeping. Expect a motley crew, action, witty banter, romance and some provoked thoughts. His arrival doesn't go unnoticed. The Seaton Guard conscript him and the enigmatic Marshal Damoclus, guessing his origin, makes him - 'Swordmaster'. This anachronistic position causes ripples to the highest level of command. Can Magen be used to tip the tides of the war? The heros of old have left the job half done, a legend is becoming real and has a few loose ends. Magen is "Of North Blood Drawn", that makes him a little different. A red-haired girl in his squad has sword that sings - and turns her into a deadly berserker. The dragon stone lies hidden. A dark shadow dogs his steps. Waiting to see what he might become... Look out for the action packed sequel "Heart of the South" available now!