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What a good idea all these Chicken Soup for the Soul books are! Instead of reading one book and hunting around for the most touching or uplifting passage, the Soup brigade of editors and writers scours the published world for brief excerpts, arranges them by category, and sells them by the kabillion.
The spoon-size stories in Chicken Soup for the Couple\'s Soul hit the spot and warm the heart. Take the case of Dame Margot Fonteyn, the legendary dancer. She fell madly for Latin lover Roberto Arias at 18 in 1937, but history flung them apart. He recourted her 14 years later, after he\'d become Panama\'s ambassador to the UN. Five assassin\'s bullets crippled him, but not their romance: he watched from the wings in a stretcher as she took 43 curtain calls in Romeo and Juliet. "I feel it\'s rather a fair division," she said of their love. "He thinks. I move. You see, I love him." Another love-triumphing-over-paralysis chapter reprints the most stunning passage of Christopher Reeve\'s Still Me.
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Pizza: Grill it Bake it Love it
Pizza lovers, rejoice! Bestselling cookbook authors Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough are back with an exciting new collection of ninety classic, international, and modern recipes for everyone's favorite food. Finally, here's a book that lets you have it both wayson the grill and in the oven. Bake a pie tonight for that traditional pizza-parlor taste or grill one this weekend on the deck or patio, and you'll discover what home chefs across the country are realizing: the grill is a great way to get a hot pie on the table.
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212 Hot & Delicious Pizza Recipes
* Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza
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* Breakfast Pizza
* Campers Pizza
* Cheese Steak Pizza
* Easy Bake Oven Deep Dish Pizza
* Ground Beef Pizza
* Heart Shaped Valentine Pizza
* Hot n Sweet Pizza
* Low Carb Pizza
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* Pop-Up Pizza Casserole
* Sloppy Joe Pizza
* Southwest Beef & Chile Pizza
* Super Stuffed Pizza
* Spam Pizza
* Supreme Pizza
* Spinach And Goat Cheese French Bread Pizza
* Three-Cheese Pizza With Mushrooms and Basil
* French Bread Pizza
* Truffle Pizza
* Upside Down Pizza
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* Barbecue Chicken Pizza
* Burrito Mexicanian Pizza
* Caramelized Onion And Gorgonzola Pizza
* Cheesy Pepper and Mushroom Pizza
* Double Filled Mushroom Pizza
* And many more great recipes...
Professional Pizza Guide
It's impossible to date the first pizza, since it was never invented as such, but rather
evolved over thousands of years. Starting from the flat rounds of bread that go way
back to all civilizations, most spread some mixture of herbs and oil on them before or
after baking. But pizza, as we know it, came into its own when the poorer Neapolitan's
started topping these humble rounds of dough with tomato.
The first pizzeria in America was opened on Spring Street in Manhattan in 1905.
However, pizza never caught on in this country until after World War II, when
GI's returning home from Naples refused to leave these delectable pies in Italy.
But it took several decades before Americans developed their own pizza styles.
Pizza Recepies Really Good For Every Pizza Lover
Enjoy and have an awsome pizza!!!!!
Meat Hygiene (Tenth Edition)
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Staring with illuminating notes on butchering and meat grading, the supermarket versus butcher meat-buying issue, and other related matters, the book then provides ample notes on cooking techniques. Recipes for the major meat types follow, organized usefully by cut size and tenderness; these treat the most melting cuts, which can stand quick cooking, to the tougher (though often more flavorful) ones that demand braising or stewing. Particularly attractive recipes include Sage-Rubbed Roasted Loin of Beef with Shallot-Bourbon Sauce; Veal, Sausage, and Fava Bean Stew with Lemony Greens; and Traditional Dry-Rubbed Saint Louis-Style Pork Spareribs. With additional recipes for the likes of hash browns and rice, beans, and vegetable sides, plus useful tips, nomenclature, and substitution notes, the book is a real addition to the kitchen library, though it won't remain shelved for long. --Arthur Boehm
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