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Summer Kitchens by Olia Hercules

Title Summer Kitchens
Author Olia Hercules
Publisher Weldon Owen
Release 2020-07-14
Category Cooking
Total Pages 352
ISBN 1681885700
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An exploration into the culinary identity of eastern Europe through stunning food and travel photography, interspersed with stories and memories of tiny buildings called summer kitchens. In this new cookbook from award-winning author Olia Hercules, explore the diversity of Ukraine’s cuisine and heritage through the alluring window of summer kitchens—small structures alongside the main house where people cook and preserve summer fruits and vegetables for the winter months. Featuring 100 superb recipes, a gorgeous collection of food and lifestyle images, and evocative personal narrative, Hercules illustrates how the region’s cuisine varies as much as the landscapes, climate, and produce through her travels to the Carpathians, the Black Sea, the shores of the Danube and Dnieper, and her native land.

The Summer Kitchen by Karen Weinreb

Title The Summer Kitchen
Author Karen Weinreb
Publisher St. Martin's Press
Release 2009-07-07
Category Fiction
Total Pages 336
ISBN 1429985690
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When Nora Banks goes to answer the doorbell very early one November 1st, she thinks it must be a group of teen pranksters still out trick-or-treating. But it's no prank—it's the Feds, who have come to arrest her husband Evan for a white collar crime. Nora's enviable, privileged life in the eighteenth-century house she'd quit her job to renovate to museum-quality perfection, is upended in an instant. The Bedford wives close ranks against Nora and her children. Nora's only support comes from her children's nanny Beatriz. The two women bond to raise the boys as smoothly as possible while Nora goes back to work. Baking has always been her biggest passion, so she launches a business of her own, the Summer Kitchen. Tempted by the offer of an affair with one of the local husbands and thwarted by an alpha wife who actively tries to shut down her business, Nora has to reach into reserves she didn't know she had to support her family and change her way of thinking about life, family, money, and romance.

The Summer Kitchen by Lisa Wingate

Title The Summer Kitchen
Author Lisa Wingate
Publisher Hachette UK
Release 2019-06-27
Category Fiction
Total Pages 400
ISBN 1529402484
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From the million-copy bestselling author of Before We Were Yours comes an inspiring novel about one woman's effect on a struggling Dallas neighbourhood. Sometimes hope springs up in unlikely places. Sandra Kaye Darden certainly never expects to find it in the little pink house left by her uncle Poppy. With her adopted son, Jake, missing thousands of miles away, and her family life disintegrating, Sandra feels as if her life is falling apart. A decaying house in a struggling Dallas neighbourhood just adds to her burden. But what begins for Sandra as a simple painting project to help sell the house for sale becomes a secret venture that starts to change everything Cass Blue is having trouble keeping food on the table since she left her foster care. When Sandra Kaye shows up with lunch one day, Cass has no way of knowing that the meeting will lead to the creation of the Summer Kitchen, a place of refuge that could reunite a divided community. In this moving story of second chances, two unlikely allies realize their ability to make a difference... and the power of their Summer Kitchen to nourish the soul. Perfect for fans of Kathryn Hughes and Santa Montefiore.

At Home in Upper Canada by Jeanne Minhinnick

Title At Home in Upper Canada
Author Jeanne Minhinnick
Publisher Irwin Publishing
Release 1970
Category Decorative arts
Total Pages 228
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Typical homes and furniture in Upper Canada before 1867.

The Heuser Heiser Heritage by Helen Heuser

Title The Heuser Heiser Heritage
Author Helen Heuser
Publisher
Release 1980
Category
Total Pages 252
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Farm Woman News
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Release 1985
Category Country life
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Building Age
Author
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Release 1919
Category Architecture
Total Pages
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Kitchens by Chris Casson Madden

Title Kitchens
Author Chris Casson Madden
Publisher Clarkson Potter
Release 1993
Category House & Home
Total Pages 287
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Language English, Spanish, and French
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Shows trends in American kitchen design, covering appliances, storage, light, countertops, and styles

Seasons of a Magical Life by H. Byron Ballard

Title Seasons of a Magical Life
Author H. Byron Ballard
Publisher Weiser Books
Release 2021-08-01
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 224
ISBN 1633411974
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An invitation to return to a simpler time of earth-based spirituality and ritual living, through writings from a small forest-farm in the Appalachian Highlands. This book looks at the agricultural year as a starting space for a deepening of earth-centered spirituality. It gives a set of backstories to ease the reader into a time between the pre-industrial era and the modern one, into a place where the fast-moving stress of American life can be affected by a better connection not only to the natural world but to the elegant expression of the year as expressed through seasonal festivals and celebrations. The chapters are broken into four seasons, with the quarter days a highlight within each, and feature simple skills that accompany each marker in the year. Author H. Byron Ballard offers advice on spiritual and physical immersion into the seasons that applies to readers from all areas: rural, urban, and suburban. This is also a deeply practical book, including insights into the following: Farming & gardening: composting, manure, soil preparation, pests, seed-saving Food: cooking, preserving, foraging, the summer kitchen, mushrooms and mycelium Fiber arts: knitting, crocheting, spinning, weaving, decorative cut-work, and embroidery Sewing: treadle machines, electric machines, hand sewing Household crafts: candle-making, soap-making, broom-making, sharpening tools Health: medicines, tending the dying, death and death rituals A glossary is included for any unfamiliar terms.

Hoopers Island by Jacqueline Simmons Hedberg

Title Hoopers Island
Author Jacqueline Simmons Hedberg
Publisher Arcadia Publishing
Release 2007
Category History
Total Pages 127
ISBN 9780738543826
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the early 1600s, Capt. John Smith explored the Chesapeake Bay from Jamestown. On the Eastern Shore of Maryland, he found dozens of small islands, including a chain of three islands that later came to be named Hoopers Island. Fifty years later, when Lord Baltimore allowed permanent settlement on the Eastern Shore, Hoopers Island was quickly settled. Planters came for the islandÃ's fertile soil, fresh water, timber, and easy access to the sea. Oysters and crabs were of little interest. However, after the Civil War, more and more Hoopers Islanders turned to the water to make a living, and it is for its seafood that the area is best known in modern times. Island watermen have been harvesting the bayÃ's treasures for more than a century and sending them to the kitchens of Maryland and beyond. Over the last 400 years, Hoopers Island has lost much of its land to erosion, but its culture still retains connections to its past.

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