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📒The Forest Feast Gatherings ✍ Erin Gleeson
📝The Forest Feast Gatherings Book Synopsis : Erin Gleeson, the New York Times bestselling author of The Forest Feast, returns with a gorgeously illustrated cookbook packed with 100 brand-new simple vegetarian recipes designed for relaxed entertaining. When food photographer and stylist Erin Gleeson left New York City to live in a cabin in the woods of northern California, she started the blog The Forest Feast to document her vegetable-centric, seasonal approach to cooking. Her readers are drawn to her healthy recipes that anyone can make—dishes that are easy enough to prepare after a long day at work, yet impressive enough for a party—as well as to her visually stunning photography and watercolors. Erin handwrites each recipe over her photos to create diagram-like, step-by-step instructions that are vibrant, unique, and most important, easy to cook from. Erin’s recipes have always been ideal for entertaining, but now in The Forest Feast Gatherings she offers detailed guidance on hosting casual, yet thoughtful, get-togethers from start to finish with recipes that serve 6 to 8. The book offers 100 new, innovative vegetarian recipes, along with some fan favorites from the blog, arranged in a series of artfully designed menus that are tailored around specific occasions and seasons—whether a summer dinner party, a laid-back brunch, a vegan and gluten-free gathering, or holiday cocktails. Sample recipes include: Pomegranate Punch Quinoa Crunch Salad Floral Summer Rolls Vietnamese Lentil Tacos Kale-Hazelnut Salad Pear-Thyme Galettes Menus feature recipes for drinks, appetizers, entrees, side dishes, and desserts, accented by quick decorating ideas for flower arrangements, signage, and table settings. Lushly illustrated with hundreds of watercolor drawings and photographs, The Forest Feast Gatherings is an inspiring reference for anyone who wants to share good food with good friends, simply, easily, and beautifully. Also available from Erin Gleeson: The Forest Feast: Simple Vegetarian Recipes from My Cabin in the Woods and The Forest Feast for Kids.
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📝The Forest Feast Simple Vegetarian Recipes from My Cabin in the Woods Book Synopsis : Collects simple vegetarian recipes that use only a few ingredients, including beer-battered artichoke hearts, watermelon radish salad, roasted veggie gnocchi, and rosemary shortbread.
📒The Forest Feast For Kids ✍ Erin Gleeson
📝The Forest Feast for Kids Book Synopsis : The Forest Feast for Kids includes the most kid-friendly favorites from The Forest Feast, along with 20 new recipes, plus ideas for kids’ parties and easy-to-follow instructions on techniques, measurements, and other helpful kitchen aides. The first children’s cookbook from New York Times bestselling author and popular food blogger Erin Gleeson, The Forest Feast for Kids, serves up kid-friendly vegetarian recipes that are quick, easy, and fun to make. This cookbook showcases the rustic simplicity of the fare through vibrant colorful photography of Gleeson’s beautiful home in the woods and of children cooking the dishes themselves. Each meal is simple and full of fresh and lively flavors that will appeal to kids. The natural beauty of Gleeson’s surroundings and the abundance of local produce serve as the inspiration for recipes such as: Pesto Pepper Pizza Rainbow Chard Quiche Kale Tacos Watermelon Smoothies In addition to its recipes—which span meals, party food, snacks, and beverages—this nonfiction book includes ideas for crafty table decoration, party ideas, an illustrated guide on kitchen safety, and a glossary of culinary terms. The recipes are complemented by a mix of stunning photographs and art, including Gleeson’s own fanciful watercolor illustrations and hand lettering. This beautifully designed kid-friendly cookbook is perfect for foodies and parents looking for healthy recipes for children. It will also appeal to fans of Erin Gleeson’s blog and The Forest Feast. Parents.com says "Have you ever wanted to crawl into a cookbook and live in its world? That’s how I feel when I page through Erin Gleeson’s gorgeous The Forest Feast for Kids." Also available from Erin Gleeson:The Forest Feast: Simple Vegetarian Recipes from My Cabin in the WoodsandThe Forest Feast Gatherings.
📒Smoky And The Feast Of Mabon ✍ Catherynne M. Valente
📝Smoky and the Feast of Mabon Book Synopsis : A little girl discovers the meaning of the Wiccan harvest holiday Mabon.
📒Feasts Of Veg ✍ Nina Olsson
📝Feasts of Veg Book Synopsis : **FREE SAMPLER** Following on from the success of Bowls of Goodness, Nina moves from casual bowl food to celebrating in style. This joyful book focuses on delicious festive vegetable dishes that are easy to make. The recipes are driven by modern plant-based cooking inspired by kitchens from around the world: with Mediterranean, Asian, Northern European and Middle Eastern flavours. Chapters include Soups & Breads, Cold Buffet (including canapes, celebration salads and picnic food), Warm Buffet, Fire Food (including skewers, pizzas and slow-roasts), Sharing Plates, Sweet Endings and the Bar (botanical alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails). This is food for relaxed parties with a pick-and-mix attitude, but there are also stand-out dishes to feed the whole party and more fine-dining plates for dinner parties. Recipes include Fig & Goat's Cheese Muffins, Blinis with Beluga Lentils & Lemony Cashew Fraiche, Spring Revival Salad, Pizza Nicoise, Kashbah Aubergine Skewers, and Wild Forest Summer Cake. Nina makes vegetarian cooking fun and sociable - the recipes, in themselves, are worth celebrating!
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📒Unholy Alliance ✍ Martha Rubi
📝Unholy Alliance Book Synopsis : UnHoly Alliance, a powerful and truly vivid story of an ex-priest who marries young women as he searches for love and adoration, imposing his will and cheating on his chosen wife. At times the stories are poignant and heartbreaking as it addresses lifes drama on broken marital relationships and what it means to a love-deprived spouse who marries for the wrong reasons; leaving behind a trail of broken hearts, mental illness and loneliness. Deprived of family love as a child, he does not know how to love a spouse or children he begets. Johns ego interferes with making his wives happy. Marriage to John is an official paper, nothing more. During each marriage he befriends an unsuspecting young woman as he convinces her of his honorable intentions as a mentor. The reader finds how he complicates marriage by having a pretend friend he introduces uncaringly in his present marriage. Divorce only means he will marry quickly his side-friend, avoiding loneliness and his part in admitting his role in creating havoc in his previous marriage. His sexual prowess will keep him from understanding his part in the destruction of the sacrosanct sacrament of matrimony. Molded by a priestly past, John, a handsome, intellectual man, blames the Church for his personal demise. His past haunts him, never giving him peace, as his betrayal to his present wife will never change his attitude toward other women. The immorality unravels as his wives begin to mature intellectually. His lack of faithfulness to his beautiful trophy wives deepens his betrayal and lack of loyalty. Emma will be the chosen one to contemplate on the many years he married her and the contradictions she begins to unravel. Her deep scars will turn into a story of a love gone wrong as she examines her shattered illusion of love.
📒The Maasai Of Matapato ✍ Paul Spencer
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📒Ivanhoe ✍ Paul J. DeGategno
📝Ivanhoe Book Synopsis : Walter Scott's Ivanhoe, published in 1819 as one of the earliest historical novels in the English language, remains a classic tale of romance and high adventure, of knights, kings, brigands, and ladies acting under the impulse of love and the sway of war in medieval times. But Ivanhoe's staying power relies less on its capacity to entertain (though it does) and to convey historical fact (sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn't) than on its masterful portrayal of an inescapable force in the modern world: change. Scott's spirited retelling of the struggle for power between the Saxons and the Normans in twelfth-century England can be read as the unceasing struggle between old and young, past and present, as one generation is compelled to yield to the next. Scott uses his gift for characterization to center his narrative on the relation of the individual - the young Ivanhoe - to the shifting dynamic of history. Paul deGategno argues that this focus renders slavish attention to historical detail - the lack of which has been one of Ivanhoe's few but persistent sources of criticism - less significant as Scott pursues a greater, more universal truth. Scott himself (1771-1832) lived during the Scottish Enlightenment - a period in which his native Scotland was deeply stirred by change, in which advances in agriculture, industry, and commerce made possible economic and social growth for the lower and middle classes. Scott was skeptical of the emerging cult of progress - of the idea that it was an unequivocal good - and anxious about his country's future, particularly about what he perceived to be the dangers posed by a disruptive democratic spirit to a monarchist society. In Ivanhoe, deGategno writes, Scott acknowledges the need for change and the ultimate failure of the old regime - embodied by the chivalric Saxons - but "charts a difficult passage" from this "romantic, heroic era" to the next, one characterized by "tenuous optimism and inconclusive progress" - embodied by the headstrong and often brutish Normans. A rich source of creative inspiration for numerous plays, paintings, and operas (many of which deGategno reviews in the last chapter of this volume) and of critical discourse (with historical, feminist, and reader-response readings among the most fruitful today), Ivanhoe has continued to hold meaning - and hope - for Scottish and non-Scottish readers alike since Scott's age of enlightenment. "The eventual message of Scott's work provides a nostalgic, wistful conjuring up of the past, comments deGategno, "and yet an optimistic belief in humankind's ability to puzzle out the difficulties and paradoxes of the new order." Ultimately, the novel has less to do with conflict than with reconciliation and union between Saxon and Norman, past and present.