Author : Frank J. Nice
Genre : Political Science
Publisher : Covenant Books, Inc.
ISBN : 9781685261061
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
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The most learned healthcare professionals and researchers cannot even agree if a virus is alive or not. Politicians and government leaders could not care less if the virus is dead or alive as long as it is useful to claim the prize of political power and earthly control of our country’s citizens and Republic. Bacteria and viruses have been with us since the beginning of creation. In the beginning, everything was good and worked together. After the fall, all of creation was cursed. Good and evil now coexist. There are good viruses and bad viruses. Good viruses kill bad bacteria and give us immunity to bad viruses. Bad viruses rearrange and reassort to act as “powerful counterforces” to the human population. The pandemic virus of 1918 lives on, as will the coronavirus of 2020, as the microscopic and macroscopic forces and the unseen and seen forces of good and evil fight until the end. Evil and bad will not win in the end as God’s hand is always on top of His creation and in total control. His grace continues to be abundant. He even directs particles of viral DNA and RNA, encased in HA and NA, to choose reassortments that favor optimal transmissibility over lethal pathogenicity. Even “bad,” possibly nonliving viruses “know” that when they kill their hosts or incapacitate them, they have reached a dead end, and who wants to end their “lives” that way? Not even viruses. God’s Natural Law will not be smashed by humanity or by viruses. Humanity and viruses will ultimately be smashed by the Natural Law. Even if politicians and learned scientists and researchers do not understand that coronavirus will never leave either, we need to learn to live with it. True wisdom begins with the fear of God and not the fear of coronavirus.

Author : Casey Barber
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Gibbs Smith
ISBN : 9781423640660
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 335 page

Explores the possibilities of pierogies with the editor of the website Good. Food. Stories. and this array of recipes. This tasty tribute to the pierogi takes a familiar wrapping and stuffs it with a host of unconventional, innovative, and decidedly non-traditional fillings. With 60 sweet and savory recipes that include everything from the classic Polish cheddar and potato offerings to American-inspired Reuben pierogies and fried apple pie-rogies to worldly fillings like falafel and Nutella, there's a pierogi for every party and every palate! Each recipe comes with a charming story from Barber's extensive explorations in pierogi flavors. “What I adore about Pierogi Love is that it does for pierogies what my blog has done for cupcakes—it pushes the boundaries of pierogies. The book begins by sharing a basic savory and a basic sweet pierogi dough and detailing assembly, cooking, and storage procedures. Then, it moves on to the fillings. This is where the book gets fun!”—Stefani Pollack, writer & recipe developer, Cupcake Project “I must say these pierogies are a great option to have available at your holiday festivities.”—Kristina Gill, food & drinks editor, Design Sponge, and author of Tasting Rome

Author : Ruth Reichl
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN : 061880692X
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Gathers recipes published in Gourmet magazine over the last six decades, including beef Wellington, seared salmon with balsamic glaze, and other entrâees, hors d'oeuvres, side dishes, ethnic specialties, and desserts.

Author : Bill Telepan
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Simon and Schuster
ISBN : 9780743243872
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File Download : 358 page

A collection of recipes from the executive chef's New York restaurant, Judson Grill, provides three theme menus, a special-occasion menu, and additional suggestions for each season of the year, in a volume that includes such options as Potato-Crusted Crab Cakes and a restaurant classic known as "The Chicken." 25,000 first printing.

Author : Marianna Olszewska Heberle
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Penguin
ISBN : 1557884773
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File Download : 224 page

For more than 20 years, Polish Cooking has given readers a taste of genuine Polish cuisine. Now, updated and revised with new information and twenty new recipes, including such favorites as Apple Pancakes, Mushroom Croquettes, and Lazy Noodles, it continues to provide a sampling of Polish dishes that have survived over the last ten centuries. Polish-born Marianna Olszewska Heberle reveals a rich variety of over 200 authentic recipes in this outstanding cookbook rivaling the best European cuisines. Easy-to-follow instructions make it simple to prepare such traditional Polish favorites as Poppy Seed Pierogies, Stuffed Cabbage, Hunter's Stew, Warsaw Herring, and many more. Plus readers will learn about holiday traditions and the proud culinary heritage of this fascinating country with Polish Cooking.

Author : Nadejda Reilly
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
ISBN : 9781453511862
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It is a unique cookbook with original Ukrainian recipes flavored with Nadejda Reilly’s personal touch. It contains a brief history of Ukraine and cultural and traditional background of its people. In addition, it includes the author’s personal stories of faith as well as her cooking and baking experiences and who influenced them.

Author : Nadejda Reilly
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
ISBN : 9781453511893
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File Download : 779 page

It is a unique cookbook with original Ukrainian recipes and use of gluten-free flours and grains flavored with Nadejda Reilly's personal touch. It contains brief history of Ukraine and cultural and traditional background of it's people. In addition, it includes author's personal stories of faith as well as her cooking and baking experiences and who influenced them.

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Genre : Social Science
Publisher : Centrala
ISBN : 1912278162
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An eye-catching new book introducing Polish culture to English-language readers. Can you distil the essence of a country into just 100 words? We think so. Written by Mikolaj Gliński, Matthew Davies and Adam Żulawski, and illustrated by award-winning graphic designer Magda Burdzynska, Quarks, Elephants & Pierogi: Poland in 100 Words is made up of a series of 100 full-colour illustrations and articles that each discuss all sorts of Polish words, such as milośc (love), imieniny (name day), ojczyzna (fatherland), wolnośc (freedom), and even filiżanka (tea cup). Often via etymology, each word is an entry point to the multi-layered world of Polish culture and history. Winner of Most Beautiful Books in Poland 2018 in the Guide category.

Author : Ruby Tandoh
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Serpent's Tail
ISBN : 9781782838258
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WINNER OF THE 2022 GUILD OF FOOD WRITERS GENERAL COOKBOOK AWARD A SUNDAY TIMES BOOK OF THE YEAR A GUARDIAN FOOD BOOK OF THE YEAR A STYLIST BOOK OF THE YEAR A DIANA HENRY 'BEST COOKBOOK TO BUY' AUTUMN 2021 'Practical, straight-talking, endlessly inspirational - this is Ruby at her best.' Nigel Slater 'I'd recommend it for everyone from novice cooks looking for a helping hand in the kitchen, to keen cookbook buyers looking for new inspiration' Rukmini Iyer, author of The Roasting Tin 'One of the best, most interesting cookbooks I've seen in a long time.' Ravneet Gill, author of The Pastry Chef's Guide and judge on Junior Bake Off 'A warm invitation to relax into and enjoy the experience of cooking and eating.' Nigella Lawson 'Beautiful, practical and a total game-changer' Ella Risbridger, author of Midnight Chicken Ruby Tandoh wants us all to cook, and this is her cookbook for all of us - the real home cooks, juggling babies or long commutes, who might have limited resources and limited time. From last-minute inspiration to delicious meals for one, easy one-pot dinners to no-chop recipes for when life keeps your hands full, Ruby brings us 100 delicious, affordable and achievable recipes, including salted malted magic ice cream, one-tin smashed potatoes with lemony sardines and pesto and an easy dinner of plantain, black beans and eden rice. This is a new kind of cookbook for our times: an accessible, inclusive and inspirational addition to any and every kitchen. You don't have to be an aspiring chef for your food to be delectable or for cooking to be a delight. Cook as you are.

Author : Shelly Westerhausen
Genre : Cooking
Publisher : Chronicle Books
ISBN : 9781452155791
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Showcasing the heartland dishes we all love made vegetarian, this cookbook provides a literal and visual feast of creative, generous cooking that's born in the traditions of the Midwest but transcends geographic boundaries. Celebrated photographer and blogger Shelly Westerhausen presents 100 wholesome, meatless recipes for everything from drinks to desserts. Thoughtfully organized by the adventures that make a weekend special-picnics, brunch, camping and more-this gloriously photographed book will inspire folks to eat well, wherever their vegetarian ventures lead them. Celebrating a fresh perspective in food, here's a new go-to that's perfect for vegetarians and anyone looking for more delicious vegetable-forward meals.