Author : Saadia Faruqi
Genre : JUVENILE FICTION
Publisher : Clarion Books
ISBN : 9780358116684
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Sara, a Pakistani American girl, and Elizabeth, a white Jewish girl, bond in a cooking class in this story about sixth grade, food, friendship, family and what it means to belong.

Author : Susan Rebecca White
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
ISBN : 9781451608892
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File Download : 368 page

The lives of an ostracized gay Southern boy, a wealthy Connecticut woman, and an African-American chef converge in a chic Manhattan cafâe, in a tale ranging from 1920s North Carolina to the AIDS epidemic of the 1980s and the present day.

Author : Participant Media
Genre : Social Science
Publisher : PublicAffairs
ISBN : 9781610391825
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File Download : 320 page

Forty-nine million people—including one in four children—go hungry in the U.S. every day, despite our having the means to provide nutritious, affordable food for all. Inspired by the acclaimed documentary A Place at the Table, this companion book offers powerful insights from those at the front lines of solving hunger in America, including: Jeff Bridges, Academy Award–winning actor, cofounder of the End Hunger Network, and spokesperson for the No Kid Hungry Campaign, on raising awareness about hunger Ken Cook, president of Environmental Working Group, unravels the inequities in the Farm Bill and shows how they affect America's hunger crisis Marion Nestle, nutritionist and acclaimed critic of the food industry, whose latest work tracks the explosion of calories in today's “Eat More” environment Bill Shore, Joel Berg, and Robert Egger, widely-published anti-hunger activists, suggest bold and diverse strategies for solving the crisis Janet Poppendieck, sociologist, bestselling author, and well-known historian of poverty and hunger in America, argues the case for school lunch reform Jennifer Harris, of Yale University's Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity, uncovers the new hidden persuaders of web food advertisers David Beckmann, head of Bread for the World, and Sarah Newman, researcher on A Place at the Table, explore the intersection of faith and feeding the hungry Mariana Chilton, director of Drexel University's Center for Hunger-Free Communities, discusses the health impacts of hunger and the groundbreaking Witnesses to Hunger project Tom Colicchio, chef and executive producer of television's Top Chef, presents his down-to-earth case to Washington for increases in child nutrition programs Andy Fisher, veteran activist in community food projects, argues persuasively why we have to move beyond the charity-based emergency feeding program Kelly Meyer, cofounder of Teaching Gardens, illuminates the path to educating, and providing healthy food for, all children Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush, the film's directors/producers, tell their personal stories of how and why they came to make the documentary Hunger and food insecurity pose a deep threat to our nation. A Place at the Table shows they can be solved once and for all, if the American public decides—as they have in the past—that making healthy food available, and affordable, is in the best interest of us all.

Author : Chris Seay
Genre : Religion
Publisher : Baker Books
ISBN : 9781441235800
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In a culture built on consumption--especially of food--it is easy to forget the poor that Jesus cared so much about. Following the pattern of his successful Advent Conspiracy, Chris Seay invites readers on a journey of self-examination, discipline, and renewed focus on Jesus that will change their lives forever. He challenges readers to eat like the poor for forty days in solidarity with a much-neglected group of people, and to donate the money they save on groceries to a charity or project that serves the poor in concrete ways. But he doesn't expect them to go it alone. A Place at the Table includes a short chapter for each of those forty days with Scripture, reflections, prayers, encouragement, and tips for engaging the whole family in the process. The six-session DVD, shot in such locations as the Holy Land, Haiti, and Ecuador, will help small groups and entire churches go on a passionate journey of radical faith, personal action, solidarity with the poor, and extravagant grace.

Author : Southern Poverty Law Center
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
Publisher : Oxford University Press
ISBN : 9780195150360
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Examines the efforts of many different people in American history to secure equal treatment in such areas as religion, voting rights, education, housing, and employment.

Author : Bruce Bawer
Genre : Social Science
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
ISBN : 9781439128480
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Bruce Bawer exposes the heated controversy over gay rights and presents a passionate plea for the recognition of common values, "a place at the table" for everyone.

Author : Gabrielle Langholtz
Genre : Cooking, American
Publisher : Prestel Publishing
ISBN : 3791385186
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Get to know the foreign-born chefs who are transforming America's culinary landscape and learn how to make their signature dishes in your own kitchen. Today, some of the country's most exciting chefs hail from distant shores and they're infusing their restaurants' menus with the flavors of their heritage. Featuring the recipes of forty top foreign-born chefs, this book presents dishes from luminaries including Dominique Crenn (France), Michael Solomonov (Israel), Marcus Samuelsson (Ethiopia/Sweden), Corey Lee (Korea), and Daniela Soto-Innes (Mexico). Learn how to make Thai Dang's shrimp with sweet onions and Vietnamese coriander; Emma Bengtsson's salmon gravlax and lovage; and Miro Uskokovic's Hungarian pancake torte. These chefs are running the kitchens of the country's most exciting restaurants and each of them has a compelling story to tell, from tackling economic injustice to redefining restaurant culture. With mouthwatering photography and short contributions from America's leading food writers, this sumptuous, global, and inspiring cookbook brings a world of flavor into home kitchens.

Author : Joseph JB Bensmihen
Genre : Self-Help
Publisher : Morgan James Publishing
ISBN : 9781683504535
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Taking Your Place at the Table is the first of its kind on the art of becoming an insider. It focuses closely on three topics: 1) getting to the table—moving from the outside to the inside; 2) using your insider status wisely once you get there; and 3) leaving the table gracefully when the time is right. Joseph JB Bensmihen has fine-tuned the art of getting to the table—while becoming a millionaire and a highly successful business leader. He has given hundreds of talks at a wide range of venues, from Chautauqua Institute to Yeshiva University to Friendship Circle events. At age six, he talked his way into a meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau; since then he has met with three presidents, Vice President Pence, and many senators—and has advised multiple members of Congress.

Author : Kelly Minter
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : B&H Books
ISBN : 1535941138
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In this beautifully photographed cookbook, bestselling Bible study author Kelly Minter (along with chef Regina Pinto) shares personal stories, fresh and accessible recipes, and bonus supplemental content, inviting readers to create meaningful gatherings in their own homes as a means to not only offer their loved ones a good meal, but a place at their table.

Author : Kathy Harrison
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
Publisher : Tarcher
ISBN : UVA:X004688797
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A foster mom and co-recipient of the Goldie Foster Award describes her experiences with three troubled children whose traumatic experiences caused them to act out in dangerous ways. 25,000 first printing.