The Fish Finger Years

Author: Fiona Gibson
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1444740725
Size: 67.41 MB
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If you have an embarrassing child who bursts into friends' houses announcing 'It stinks in here' or shouts 'why is that man so fat?' on the bus (and not a spooky child who replaces felt-tip lids and enjoys dusting) then this book is for you. Self-confessed imperfect mum Fiona Gibson blends her own hilarious tales of raising three children with anecdotes and nuggets of advice from 300 fellow parents who admit they too get things wrong occasionally. Stories and tips cover a huge range of parenting dilemmas, from 'what to do if your child has a screaming, plank-rigid wobbler in M&S, and everyone's giving you Bad Parent looks' and 'how to handle a foul-mouthed monster obsessed with the toilet parts of horses' to 'sex: should you make the effort or just not bother?'. Above all, this funny, refreshingly honest look at being a real-life mum will come as a welcome reminder that yours is not the only family who can't go to Ikea without tears, tantrums and the threat of divorce...

Airfryer Cooking 118 Best Ever Recipes From 5 Years Of Philips Airfryer Cooking

Author: Recipe This
Publisher: Recipe This
ISBN:
Size: 25.56 MB
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In this Airfryer ebook you will discover 118 favourite recipes all cooked in the Philips Airfryer. From classics such as burgers and chips, to modern recipes such as apple chips and Mediterranean cooking, it is all covered. All family friendly, diet friendly and processed foods free, they are recipes worth cooking over and over again. Search Terms: air fryer recipes, airfryer review, airfryer for family, airfryer cookbook, airfryer recipes, airfryer recipe book, airfryer cooking

Food Industries

Author: J. Mark
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780412356605
Size: 61.20 MB
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The aim of this book is to provide statistical information on the various food industries. Each chapter covers one particular industry or a group of related industries and is organized in the same way. Statistical details are given on industry structure, the European Community, output, inputs, capital, labour, international transactions, stocks, consumption, prices, supplies and disposals, financial information, research and development, advertising and market research, official investigations and improvements and comments.

Fisheries Quota Management And Quota Transfer

Author: Gordon M. Winder
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 331959169X
Size: 26.47 MB
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This volume examines the impact of fish stock assessment and catch share arrangements in context through case studies and in terms of ecosystem, economy and society. It examines the rationalizing work of bio-economic projects, especially the institutionalization of individual transferable quota (ITQ) in fisheries: what impact have they had on fisheries and fishers? The contributing authors understand ITQ and quota management as bio-economic projects, that is, as widely deployed but locally constituted projects that combine biological and economic logics to rationalize production and, in this case, fish. Politicians and managers use these projects and the models that justify them to rationalize fisheries in favor of modern technology and for capital and species efficiency. Aimed at a diverse interdisciplinary fisheries management readership, and designed as a guide to issues emerging in any assessment of ITQ, the book is a timely investigation of the origins and diverse experiences of ITQ projects, including resistance to them, attempts to develop fisheries management around them, and experiences of the risks that come with them. Now around forty years old, ITQ has never been subject to the kind of comprehensive sustainability assessments once advocated by Elinor Ostrom, let alone the full-cost accounting of impacts at the national level that Evelyn Pinkerton recently called for. Fisheries, Quota Management and Quota Transfer offers multi-disciplinary assessments of the effects of ITQ from scholars working in eight countries. The book brings together scholars from anthropology, economics, geography, sociology, the history of science, and marine environmental history to discuss experiences from fisheries in eight industrialized countries. It considers cases from outside as well as inside the EU, including ITQ pioneers, New Zealand and Iceland. The combination allows for an unprecedented international perspective on stock assessments and share allocation systems. By emphasizing emerging, becoming, learning and transforming through knowledge, the book conceives technology as a field of power and choice, nevertheless dominated by managers through specific projects in specific contexts. Individual chapters relate bio-economic projects to separate theoretical literature, an approach that facilitates multi-disciplinary dialog.

The Fish Finger Sandwich Book

Author: Jason Dearn
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1446695468
Size: 26.42 MB
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The fish finger sandwich book, THE answer to all of those tea time fish finger dilemas! From the plain simple to the down right crazy, this book has something for the Fish Finger Sandwich Lover everywhere!

Lillian Beckwith S Hebridean Cookbook

Author: Lillian Beckwith
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 1447220838
Size: 71.79 MB
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‘Oh, how I love that gorgeous smell,’ announced the Bruach nurse, sniffing her way into my kitchen. ‘I wish I had time to indulge myself with food in the way you do . . .’ Lillian Beckwith’s stories of life as a crofter on the Hebridean island of Bruach have delighted her millions of readers over the years. Here she has collected the many traditional recipes that she learned in her Bruach kitchen. Ranging from the simple, delicious dishes of Hebridean fare to her own versions of universal favourites, Lillian Beckwith’s Hebridean Cookbook contains unusual and original recipes for every occasion and budget.

The Contented Toddler Years

Author: Gina Ford
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 1407029339
Size: 50.41 MB
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As babies grow, so their routines and patterns change. In The Contented Toddler Years Gina addresses the many changes in sleeping and feeding habits that arise during the second and third year. She offers invaluable advice and insight into these crucial stages of a child's development, from walking and talking, to teething and potty training and also shows you how to: -deal with tantrums, food refusal and sibling jealousy -prepare for the arrival of a second baby, including how to cope physically, emotionally and financially, and how to adapt her routines when caring for a baby and toddler -make teeth-cleaning fun and put an end to habits such as thumb-sucking, nail-biting and eating dirt -decide what type of childcare is best for you and your toddler Gina's advice is derived from hands-on experience of dealing with children. Parents can be confident that her techniques, which have been tried and tested many times and have proved successful with many different children, can also work for them. She has listened to the concerns of thousands of parents via her consultations and website. Reassuring and down-to-earth, parents will find Gina's advice can help make the passage from contented baby to confident child a happy and stress-free experience for the whole family.

Punch

Author: Mark Lemon
Publisher:
ISBN:
Size: 68.50 MB
Format: PDF
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