In Beyond Canning, Autumn Giles has packed the pages with creative preserved
foods and preserving techniques. You'll use herbinfused winegar to make a
shrub, explore the science of maceration for the sake of better preserves, step up
Author: Autumn Giles
Publisher: Voyageur Press (MN)
If you already love making strawberry jam and basic tomato sauce, this is the perfect book for the next step in your preserving journey! Featuring techniques and ingredients sure to open your mind, Beyond Canning is an invaluable resource for home preservers and small-scale homesteaders who know the basics but are looking to expand their skill-set and repertoire. A deep dive into multiple methods of home preserving, this book features unexpected flavors, smart techniques, and root-to-stalk recipes to give you practical ways to eat better and reduce waste. You will not want to miss the wide variety of techniques! - Vinegar preserving that goes beyond pickles. - Water bath canning for new tastes and textures. - Do you like kimchi? You''ll love recipes to ferment and culture for amazing results and a world of variety.
Canning clutched my hand , my arm , my shoulder . “ You cannot go ! ” he
shouted above the storm . “ I spoke of his escaping , but did you not guess ? Did
you not hear it through the thunder - the grating of the door ? ” . I pushed him
aside and ...
Author: Robert Weinberg
An anthology of twenty haunting ghost stories brings together the talents of Peter Straub, David Morrell, Joyce Carol Oates, Charles Dickens, Clive Barker, Ray Bradbury, Edith Wharton, Shirley Jackson, Harlan Ellison, John Updike, and other notable authors. Reprint.
When charged with active royalism in January 1647 , however , Canning
submitted an impressive defence . Although he had indeed been taken prisoner
inside the garrison by Bridges , it was : . . provd by wytnesses that the dwelling
house of ...
Author: Philip Ernest Tennant
Publisher: Sutton Pub Limited
The real history of the English people, it has been said, is local history - an observation nowhere more challenging than when applied to the English Civil War. The south Midlands, a strategic crossroads and frontier zone between royalist north and parliamentarian south, was at the very heart of the struggle from the outset, yet there has been surprisingly little investigation into the impact of the war on this region. Studies by historians have usually concentrated on the political and military issues rather than the fortunes of ordinary people implicated in the conflict. Edgehill and Beyond adopts a different perspective. While not neglecting the major campaigns, it aims to discover the extent to which the local community was disrupted by almost continuous military occupation and violence between 1642 and 1645. Detailed examinations are included of south Warwickshire and north Oxfordshire, using the relatively little-known parish accounts among the Commonwealth Exchequer Papers and other contemporary sources, many never before published. New light is also thrown on the supposedly well-known campaigns of Edgehill, the relief of Gloucester, the siege of Banbury, and the battles of Cropredy and Naseby. Many other actions, nationally insignificant but traumatic for the district, are highlighted, including the plunder of Shakespeare's friends and relatives at Stratford and the destruction of some of England's finest houses. The experiences of hundreds of individuals are also recorded, often for the first time, testifying to the all-embracing nature of the conflict in which these ordinary people were unavoidably caught up.
Finally , the Affghans , who had been called into alliance by the Sikhs , were “
chased with ignominy ” beyond Peshawur . The war was ended . On the 28th of
March , the young Maharajah was called to resign a sceptre which only one hand
Author: George Douglas Campbell Duke of Argyll
The Duke of Argyll presents this account of the administrations of the Earl of Dalhousie and Charles Canning. Dalhousie was responsible for unifying India under British rule, while Canning was in command during the Indian Rebellion of 1857. Stories of these two men effectively bookmark the start and end of the British heyday in India.?
Canning and Burke The names of Canning and Burke have been linked , and the
two men compared , by ... been made by James Sack : Canning , in his spiritual
and foreign policy views of the interest of England , had gone beyond party or ...
Author: Stephen M. Lee
Publisher: Royal Historical Society
A survey of the political career of George Canning, showing how he contributed to a radical change in British party politics.