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Author: Hattenbach Logan Levant
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
A beginner’s guide to cooking, featuring recipes from the famous Buttercake Bakery in Los Angeles.Cooking can be intimidating, but with the right equipment and a few great recipes, it doesn’t have to be. The Kitchen Decoded is a fun new cookbook with chapters organized according to gadgets and appliances, and accompanying recipes that can be prepared with each tool. Designed to arm every would-be cook with an arsenal of time-tested equipment and foolproof dishes, The Kitchen Decoded is packed with meals guaranteed to impress guests and loved ones.Logan Levant, owner of LA’s famous Buttercake Bakery for ten years, spent countless hours showing friends how to use the kitchen tools they received as gifts . . . and thus the idea of The Kitchen Decoded was born. By following Logan’s professional tips and simple how-to guides, anyone can learn how to make the most of their kitchen?or simply whip up an impressive batch of Buttercake Bakery lemon bars (with the help of a KitchenAid stand mixer and a microplane, that is). Other tools featured include the Cuisinart food processor, the Le Creuset stock pot, cookie sheets, measuring tools, and other basic and advanced gadgets of all sorts.Pair any gift of amazing-but-mysterious kitchen equipment with The Kitchen Decoded to ensure that your thoughtful present is put to good use. This book is a must-have for every home cook!Skyhorse Publishing, along with our Good Books and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of cookbooks, including books on juicing, grilling, baking, frying, home brewing and winemaking, slow cookers, and cast iron cooking. We’ve been successful with books on gluten-free cooking, vegetarian and vegan cooking, paleo, raw foods, and more. Our list includes French cooking, Swedish cooking, Austrian and German cooking, Cajun cooking, as well as books on jerky, canning and preserving, peanut butter, meatballs, oil and vinegar, bone broth, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.
The kitchen is the most segregated space both with ( 1.74 ) and without ( 2.16 ) the exterior . The salle is also strongly segregated . Mean integration is average , at 1.12 , and the order of integration for the living spaces is salle ...
Author: Julienne Hanson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Exploration of the relationship between the design of housing and domestic routine.
Once he was certain her back room that had once been a screened-in porch was cleared, he ushered Chelsea into the kitchen and told her to wait until he checked the rest of the house. The miniature poodles trailed right after him—Raphael ...
Author: Julie Miller
This crime lab tech has enemies. And one wants her dead… A vicious hacker has KCPD lab tech Chelsea O’Brien dead in his sights, and Robert "Buck" Buckner won’t let his personal heartbreak prevent him from keeping her safe. But the sparks between this reserved ex-cop and the warmhearted Chelsea are as hot as the trail they’re tracking. Can their mismatched skills outwit a killer—and help them risk their guarded hearts? From Harlequin Intrigue: Seek thrills. Solve crimes. Justice served. Discover more action-packed stories in the Kansas City Crime Lab series. All books are stand-alone with uplifting endings but were published in the following order: Book 1: K-9 Patrol Book 2: Decoding the Truth Book 3: The Evidence Next Door
“Sit,” Veronica says when Lana follows her into the kitchen, and the first thing Lana notices is that there's a fire going in the wood-burning stove at one end of the kitchen. It's been raining, yes, but it's lune and there's no need ...
Author: Laura McNeal
Publisher: Knopf Books for Young Readers
A Kirkus Reviews Best Young Adult Book of the Year A New York Public Library Book for the Teen Age Sixteen-year-old Lana Morris wishes her life were different: her Ice Queen of a foster mother won't leave her alone, and she has no friends but the other foster kids she takes care of. Then she stumbles into a mysterious antique shop and trades her most valued possession for a single box of drawing paper: thirteen thick, blank pages, like thirteen wishes waiting to be made. Suddenly, impossibly, it seems Lana might actually have the power to change things. But wishing isn't always as harmless as it seems...
In the rooms where I spend my time during the day (i.e., kitchen), I create a triangle inside the circle that holds the fridge, oven, and stove. That triangle begins to work for me, cutting my time down by half.
Author: O. M. Kelly
In Decoding the Mind of God author O. M Kelly delves into the unconscious mind and discovers the secrets of the collective consciousness, showing how we can realize the potential of the human mind through belief in ourselves. The Laws of the universe are identical to the collective consciousness, they reveal an answer to every question we are capable of asking. We constantly receive these answers through the vibrations of the energy fields through our being, all without us knowing how to realign our intelligence with our unconscious mind. The truth remains hidden to us. Surprising as it may seem, the key to understanding ourselves lies in a mathematical language, which is the make-up of the unconscious mind. Kelly explores this language through the texts and myths of myriad cultures and belief systems, notwithstanding the truth of the science behind the Egyptian Hieroglyphs and the stories collected in the Bible. As we read this volume we realize that all of these stories are connected to our own story within. Kelly’s perceptions of the order of higher consciousness are framed by stories from her experiences of personal discovery and over twenty years of researching, lecturing and teaching all around the world. Once these codes are unveiled, we earn our freedom where we can release the fear in which humanity habitually traps itself, creating our accidents, diseases, why we die, right up to explaining extra terrestrial intelligence. This book exposes the secret codes of the universal language that will help us achieve the divine unity with the universe and ourselves.
Keeping active is very important around here, Anna explained. The participants did not seem disturbed by our intrusion, so we watched the activities for a few minutes. Everybody was actively participating as one dark haired slim woman ...
Author: Evelyn M. O'Reilly
This collection will present works that offer illuminating perspectives on the remarkably diverse Asian American populations of the United States. As a population that is neither black nor white, the range of experiences of these groups, many of whom arrived as refugees, presents other perspectives on the cultural mosaic that constitutes the United States. Studies of Asian Americans sheds light on issues related to immigration, refugee policy, transnationalism, return migration, cultural citizenship, ethnic communities, community building, identity and group formation, panethnicity, race relations, gender and class, entrepreneurship, employment, representation, politics, adaptation, and acculturation. The writings in this collection are drawn from a wide variety of disciplines to provide a broad and informative array of insights on these fascinating and diverse populations.
As Stu packed his bags and prepared to leave, an argument erupted in the kitchen. Who knows how it started this time—the last time. As Stu tells it, Nicolette again began berating him for his lack of sexual interest and ability.
Author: Ph. D Lettieri
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Dealing with some of the most heinous crimes imaginable, forensic neuropsychologist and psychoanalyst Dr. Richard Lettieri gives a behind-the-scenes look at criminal psychology through case studies from his over 30 years of experience as a court-appointed and privately retained psychologist. With cases like Michael, who stabbed his mother in the back believing she was the evil force causing the sun to descend upon the earth and gobble him up, and Tina, who seriously injured her boyfriend and stabbed his son to death, Decoding Madness is filled with gripping stories and forensic analysis. Through psychological examination, it is the author’s job to conclude whether these individuals are truly guilty and understand their actions are wrong, or if these individuals are not guilty by reason of insanity and instead require treatment. Decoding Madness offers a nuanced psychological understanding of defendants and their personal complexities beyond the usual clinical accounts. The book introduces the novel idea of the daimonic as a basic force of human nature that is the source of our constructive and destructive capacities and argues for an update to the criminal justice system’s perspective on rationality and conscious thinking. Featuring new findings and personal insights, Dr. Lettieri presents an engrossing view of the psychology of defendants accused of committing heinous crimes and the insight that they provide towards the human mind.
But then why should we go through the trouble when we have befriended Ritu aka Dhokli, who in minutes can produce something absolutely delicious from whatever ingredients she finds in the kitchen right? So we let that moment pass with ...
Author: Pooja Mankani Uchil
Publisher: Notion Press
Decoding Destiny is the story of Yana, Sanaya and Ritu, who live in Dubai – the City of Dreams. Yana, an ex-airhostess, has given up her glamorous job in the skies to follow her two goals; one, to start her own event management company and two, to find the old-fashioned bookish kind of love. She lands in a complete mess when she is smitten by Abhilash, whose friend, Kapil, ends up having a crush on her. In the midst of all this drama, Ritu, who hails from a traditional Gujarati family, and had almost been married at eighteen, ends up having a secret affair with an upcoming model. Sanaya, who has put her dreadful past behind, is now a certified counselor, who doesn’t like risking anything in life. Will she be able to guide her friends through their mess? Will Ritu’s involvement cost her more than she bargained for? Will Yana find her old-fashioned, bookish kind of love while focusing on her career goals?
One day they started with a regular conversation, “Goldie, See the kitchen is such a mess. You can't cook a healthy diet for us and I ignored it. But, at least keep the kitchen clean so I can cook for ourselves.
Author: Akanksha Rastogi
Publisher: Notion Press
Have you ever wondered or noticed the millions of emotions in and around us? Some soothe us like the calm wind; some refresh us like the sprinkling rain. Some burn us like the scorching sun; some uproot us like the massive storm. It is worth pondering over the countless, immeasurable, invisible entities (emotions) inside us and around us (emotions of our community), which often create a roadmap for our behavior, expressions, decisions, and actions? Being able to differentiate amongst several emotions that appear to resemble each other supports in unnecessary entwining of emotions. This book uniquely categorizes emotions and explains the concept with simple, day-to-day life examples, making it light, interesting, thought-provoking, and a knowledgeable read. This book will empower the readers to get accustomed to different emotions. So, let’s embark on our journey to the world of emotions where we do not just feel but also learn to decode emotions.
The fire was in her kitchen. A kitchen is symbolic of many things, according to dream interpretation books. It could mean preparation, as we prepare meals in the kitchen. It could mean the church, indicating something under pressure or ...
Author: Jennifer LeClaire
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
What is God saying to you in your dreams? Decoding Your Dreams is a beginner’s guide to understanding the true source of our dreams, dream classifications, and even dream symbols. This book answers questions like: Can we control our dreams? I used to dream all the time. Why has my dream life suddenly ceased? Should I pray for the gift of dream interpretation? What does it mean if I see people in my dreams who have already passed away? When do I share a dream I’ve received and when do I keep it to myself? Where does déjà vu fit into the world of dreams? Why should I pay attention to my children’s dreams? There are dozens of mentions of dreams in the Bible. From Abraham to Joseph, from Daniel all the way to Pontius Pilot’s wife, God has communicated with His people through dreams throughout recorded history. Why would God choose to speak to us while we sleep? Perhaps it’s because we are too distracted during the day to sit still long enough for Him to share the deep secrets of His heart. Jennifer LeClaire is convinced God speaks to us in ways that are very personal. At times he may use pictures, memories, impressions, or even a still small voice. Let Decoding Your Dreams help you embrace your Spirit-inspired dreams!