Start The Fire

Author: Jeremiah Tower
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062498452
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AS SEEN IN THE NEW DOCUMENTARY JEREMIAH TOWER: THE LAST MAGNIFICENT Newly revised and reissued to coincide with The Last Magnificent, a documentary feature produced by Anthony Bourdain, the indelible and entertaining memoir from Jeremiah Tower which chronicles life at the front lines of redefining modern American cuisine. Widely recognized as the godfather of modern American cooking, Jeremiah Tower is one of the most influential cooks of the last forty years. In 2004, he rocked the culinary world with a tell-all story of his lifelong love affair with food, and the restaurants and people along the way. In this newly revised edition of his memoir, retitled Start the Fire, Tower shares with wit and honesty his insights into cooking, chefs, celebrities, and what really goes on in the kitchen. Above all, Tower rhapsodizes about food—the meals choreographed like great ballets, the menus scored like concertos. No other book reveals more about the seeds sown in the seventies, the excesses of the eighties, and the self-congratulations of the nineties. With a new introduction by the author, Start the Fire is an essential account of the most important years in the history of American cooking, from one of its singular personalities.

The Urban Food Revolution

Author: Peter Ladner
Publisher: New Society Publishers
ISBN: 0865716838
Size: 56.45 MB
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Describes how to ensure food security in urban areas by bringing food production into neighborhoods through the use of community gardening, cooking and composting programs so that cities will have local, fresh and sustainable food sources. Original.

Eat Street

Author: James Cunningham
Publisher: Penguin Canada
ISBN: 0143188380
Size: 56.12 MB
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Eat St. is a lip-smacking celebration of North America’s tastiest, messiest, and most irresistible street food. Join James Cunningham on the ultimate culinary road trip to find the most daring, delicious, and inventive street food across the continent. And the best part is that now you can make these delicious, over-the-top, culinary creations at home. Eat. St. is packed with 125 recipes from the best food vendors on wheels dishing out great curbside eats all over North America from Tijuana-style tacos served out of an Airstream trailer to pizzas baked in a brick oven on wheels to classic dogs with all the fixin’s to sirloin burgers slathered in bacon jam. It’s filled with full-colour photographs of your favourite vendors and the most sumptuous, mouth-watering dishes you won’t be able to resist! Eat. St. is the perfect book for fans of the hottest food trend and a full-course meal of the tastiest street food around.

The Mighty Gastropolis Portland

Author: Karen Brooks
Publisher: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 1452123993
Size: 77.66 MB
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Portland, Oregon, is a city that’s screaming "Hey, world, check me out!" and Karen Brooks is its food-writing doyenne and ambassador. The Mighty Gastropolis is her insider's look at this exciting food scene. The book is part guidebook and part handbook, painting colorful pictures of the people and places that make Portland unique. More than 75 recipes from Portland's hottest chefs, mixologists, and confectioners round out this compilation.

Portal To Hell

Author: Reynaldo Reyes
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1462888771
Size: 46.67 MB
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Jesus Christ is not a human man, Jesus Christ is a deity. He can transform himself into anything. Jesus Christ and his angels can make human beings experience ectoplasm and can possess you in broad daylight and at night. Any spirit or deity that can shift-shape himself into anything like a fog, smoke, fire, clouds, insects, people or animals is considered not human, suspicious, unknown, scary, sneaky, secretive, and evil.

Silent Revolution

Author: Duncan Green
Publisher: NYU Press
ISBN: 1583675043
Size: 44.39 MB
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"Superb. Combining unassailable analysis with a thorough grasp of economic and political trends, Duncan Green convincingly argues that the region is headed for even greater tragedy unless people move toward more equitable and ecologically sustainable models of economic development." —Walden Bello, founder of Focus on the Global South The first edition of Green's Silent Revolution, published in 1995, described the imposition of neoliberal economic models in Latin America, the role of the IMF and World Bank in enforcing them, and their consequences. In this second, revised edition, Green extends his analysis into the present, showing how the current economic meltdown in Latin America was prepared by an economic strategy that could never live up to its own claims. The new edition was completed in a moment when the Argentinean economy is in ruins, Brazil is on the brink of collapse, riots are taking place in Uruguay, Peru, and in Paraguay, and a U.S. supported coup has just been averted in Venezuela. It will be an essential work for understanding ongoing developments in the region.

Timetables Of History For Students Of Methodism

Author: Rex Dale Matthews
Publisher: Abingdon Press
ISBN: 0687333873
Size: 17.63 MB
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The definitive guide to the major events of Methodist history, displayed in sequence and placed in political, social, and cultural context.

The Apprentice

Author: Jacques Pepin
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780618444113
Size: 66.54 MB
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The popular television cooking show host traces his rise from an intimidated thirteen-year-old apprentice to a famous chef, recounting his work under prestigious teachers, his journey to America, and his experiences with contemporaries.