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52 Shabbats

52 Shabbats

by by Faith Kramer
232 Pages · 2021 · 1MB · 0 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Feasting Wild
by Gina Rae La Cerva
336 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 2,562 Downloads · New!
The “Feasting Wild: In Search of the Last Untamed Food” is full of hunger-fueled adventures and learnings book that leads to a unique perspective. Gina Rae La Cerva is the author of this delicious book. Cerva is a geographer, environmental anthropologist and award-winning writer who has traveled extensively to research a variety of environmental and food-related topics. Cerva holds a Master of Environmental Science from Yale University’s School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and a Master of Philosophy from the University of Cambridge.
The Happy in a Hurry Cookbook
by Steve Doocy
320 Pages · 2015 · 97 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Happy in a Hurry Cookbook: 100- Plus Fast and Easy New Recipes That Taste Like Home” is an excellent description of how to make the kitchen and dining table a place that refreshes the mind and heart of the family and they become happy. This formidable book is written by Steve Doocy. He is the bestselling New York Times author and has written a lot of mouthwatering and delicious recipes for us in this book. Here the author tells us how to make your dinner table full of dishes. The book makes us able to do so without disturbing our budget and our work routine. It contains the recipes for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and has been proved much helpful for the readers. The author says that almost all of us are fond of eating but only a few of us are fond of cooking but after reading this book they will also want to try new delicious and mouthwatering dishes. In summary, the book is full of fun, humor, recipes, and interest for the readers who wanted to be the best chef.
The Happy Cookbook
by Steeve Doocy, Kathy Doocy
256 Pages · 2015 · 22 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The Happy Cookbook: A Celebration of Food That Makes America Smile (The happy Cookbook Series” is a family cookbook full of recipes with a background of humor, emotions of the Doocy family for one another. This loving book is written by Steeve Doocy. Steeve Doocy is an award-winning television personality and journalist. He is the author of New York Times bestsellers and he had tasted in cooking since childhood, when he was nine he bakes chocolate chip cookies and won a blue ribbon. Kathy Doocy is the co-author and wife of Steeve Doocy, during her career she worked as a model and actress but after she got married she became a stay-at-home mom. They both live in New Jersey with their three children. This a very well-written book and the writer has the art to feed you by words and by reading you will feel the taste of delicious recipes. The good thing is that recipes are unique and simple and you don’t have to look at things at different places you will find them in your kitchen.  I love the background of every recipe from where they come. In short, this is a happy family cookbook full of humor, amusement, and emotional attachments between family.
Blessing the Hands that Feed Us
by Vicki Robin
352 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
The “Blessing the Hands that Feed Us: Lessons from a 10-Mile Diet” is an enjoyable read that encourages the people to eat locally and live healthily. The author of this inspiring book is Vicki Robin. Robin is a renowned innovator, writer, and speaker. She has received awards from Co-Op America and Sustainable Northwest and was profiled in Utne Magazine’s book Visionaries. She lives on Whidbey Island in Washington. Blessing the Hands that Feed Us is good for the farmers, local economy and good for personal health. It filled with many recipes that will help the readers to live happy and active. Robin’s diet not only brings to light society’s unhealthy dependency on mass-produced but also helps her to reconnect with her body and environment. She exposes the cause and effect of the food business. She helped millions of Americans to reshape their lives in sound and beautiful ways. Furthermore, Robin talks about where we are, what our current global corporate industrial food system is and how we return to a more local food production system that might affect us. To sum it up, Blessing the Hands that Feed Us is a wonderful diet book.
The Best American Food Writing 2019
by Samin Nosrat
288 Pages · 2015 · 3 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Best American Food Writing 2019 (The Best American Series)” is a wonderful book about food and drink. The author of this dieting book is Samin Nosrat. Samin is a writer, chef, and teacher. Her first book, Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat is a New York Times best-seller, James Beard Award Winner and the recipient of multiple ICAP Cookbook Awards, and has been turned into a Netflix original series. She is one of five food columnist for the New York Times Magazine. In this book, the author reveals numerous foods and recipes. It helps one to read and understand what food writing is all about and how it varies from culture to culture. This book makes us hungry and motivates us to go out into the world in search of new experiences. In addition, this book will inspire you to pick up a knife and start chopping, but also think about what you are eating and how it came to your plate. She also describes some benefits of food that is more important for all people. All in all, The Best American Food Writing 2019 is a must-read book for all food lovers.
The Full Plate
by Ayesha Curry
256 Pages · 2020 · 36 MB · 0 Downloads · New!
“The Full Plate: Flavor Filled, Easy Recipes for Families with No Time and a lot to Do” is a motivating book which guides the working ladies about how to maintain the balance between work and family and besides you work how to make your family a big fan of your dishes. This cookbook is written by Ayesha Curry. She is the bestselling New York Times author and had written many famous and fascinating books like The Second Life etc. In this book author makes the other ladies realize that there is no substitute of the home made food for you and your family. She states that whatever your circumstances are you should make the food for you and your family. If you don’t know how to cook, then this book is the excellent guideline and contain more than 100 recipes which are not much time taking and help you to be an expert chef. The book makes us realize that presence of different foods and flavors at the dining table will increase the appetite and you will feel more comfortable while eating them at home instead of restaurant. As conclusion, the book is full of motivation and interest for the readers who want to make their food by their own hands.