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Author: Annie Kate
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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EBONY is the flagship magazine of Johnson Publishing. Founded in 1945 by John H. Johnson, it still maintains the highest global circulation of any African American-focused magazine.
... nut outlets - containing a full variety of all the world's nuts and dried ... Information Submitted : June 1990 CARBERRY'S HOMEMADE ICE CREAM FRANCHISE ...
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Cliff's Homemade Ice Cream, Ledgewood. ... Jake Hunt, the ice cream maker at Windy Brow Farms, is the mad scientist of the Jersey ice cream world.
Author: Peter Genovese
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
No state has been so frequently mocked, maligned, or misunderstood as New Jersey. Yet the state is filled with amazing places and people who rarely receive the media attention they deserve. For the past twenty years Star-Ledger columnist Peter Genovese has been one of the rare voices singing the praises of his state’s hidden wonders and gritty charms. For this new book, Genovese spent months scouring the state for rich stories and fascinating locations. New Jersey State of Mind takes us on a journey to over twenty-five of these places and introduces us to the colorful characters who live and work there, from a demolition derby driver to a female craft brewer, and from a Cuban celebrity chef to a Portuguese pig breeder. He also reveals the many natural wonders that have earned New Jersey its “Garden State” nickname, from cranberry bogs to river tours to wild bird sanctuaries. Collectively, these pieces paint a picture of a diverse state full of hard-working individuals who care for their communities. This book cuts through the myths and stereotypes surrounding the state and reveals the proud beating heart of the real New Jersey.
The big name is, of course, Ben & Jerry's, proud producers of what Time once billed “the best ice cream in the world.” Their plant on Rt. 100 in Waterbury ...
Author: Christina Tree
Publisher: The Countryman Press
Guiding you to the best of everything in Vermont for over 30 years! Although Explorer’s Guide Vermont covers the entire Green Mountain State, the authors pride themselves on their detailed coverage of the state’s less-traveled areas, especially the Northeast Kingdom. You’ll also find in-depth descriptions of major Vermont destinations like Burlington, Brattleboro, Manchester, and Woodstock. They always highlight the most interesting and rewarding places to visit, whether on back roads or in bigger cities—artists’ studios, family farms, and historic sites among them. This guide provides great recommendations for every activity you’re looking for—mountain and road biking; hiking and swimming; skiing, snowshoeing, and snowboarding; horseback riding, fishing, and paddling—and many more, both on and off the beaten track.
... enormous salads, and homemade ice cream we indulged in proved to be some of the best food we had had since moving to this part of the world; ...
Author: James S. Kessler
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
There is no dearth of news, not always of the most cheerful sort, coming out of the broad geographic arc of the vast territory that once constituted the mighty Ottoman Empire. The Arab Spring continues to reshape regions, an economic crisis is tearing apart Greece, pirates off the Horn of Africa are terrorizing ships, and conflicts in the Caucasus and Balkans are simmering. In Echoes of Empire: An Accidental Historian’s Journey through the Post-Ottoman World, James S. Kessler chronicles his travels through a dizzying array of cultures, religions, languages, and political systems found within many of the former Ottoman Empire’s possessions in Africa, Asia, and Europe. Drawing upon his experience as a historian and educator, Kessler explores how the shared Ottoman past—and how that past is remembered—continues to play a role in the post-imperial present in the more than forty countries that constitute the post-Ottoman world.
Instead Grandma made homemade ice cream and gave us all sparklers and we A Simplified Map of the ...
Author: Stevan Allred
Publisher: Forest Avenue Press
In A Simplified Map of the Real World, intimate boundaries are loosened by divorce and death in a rural community where even an old pickle crock has an unsettling history—and high above the strife and the hope and the often hilarious, geese seek the perfect tailwind. Stevan Allred’s stunning debut deftly navigates the stubborn geography of the human heart.
... 245 ginger ale, 259 ice cream sodas, 316 mineral water, 125 soda drinks, ... 284–85 Victorian America to World War I, 286–89 World War I, 289–90 World ...
Author: Andrew F. Smith
Publisher: Oxford University Press
A panoramic history of the culinary traditions, culture, and evolution of American food and drink features nearly one thousand entries, essays, and articles on such topics as fast food, celebrity chefs, regional and ethnic cuisine, social and cultural food history, food science, and more, along with hundreds of photographs and lists of food museums, Web sites, festivals, and organizations.
One time during the summer, we made some homemade ice cream in a hand crank, manual freezer. While we were turning it, we noticed the woman next door ...
Author: Warren Crowder
The World of Flying is an anthology of stories experienced during the author’s 27 years of flying. It contains some of the most exciting incidents that happened during those years. Some of them were life threatening, others will bring you a smile. The book will take the reader through the early years of training, the Constellation years and fifteen years of the jet age with the Boeing 707. The stories will transport you to the Heavens and you will be able to envision yourself "Reaching out and touching the Angels", as they swoop and soar among the clouds.
280 Recipes Full of Delectable New Flavors From Around the World as Well as Fresh ... When Steve's opened, mainstream ice cream flavors included vanilla, ...
Author: Joan Nathan
Joan Nathan, the author of Jewish Cooking in America, An American Folklife Cookbook, and many other treasured cookbooks, now gives us a fabulous feast of new American recipes and the stories behind them that reflect the most innovative time in our culinary history. The huge influx of peoples from all over Asia--Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, India--and from the Middle East and Latin America in the past forty years has brought to our kitchens new exotic flavors, little-known herbs and condiments, and novel cooking techniques that make the most of every ingredient. At the same time, health and environmental concerns have dramatically affected how and what we eat. The result: American cooking has never been as exciting as it is today. And Joan Nathan proves it on every page of this wonderfully rewarding book. Crisscrossing the country, she talks to organic farmers, artisanal bread bakers and cheese makers, a Hmong farmer in Minnesota, a mango grower in Florida, an entrepreneur of Indian frozen foods in New Jersey, home cooks, and new-wave chefs. Among the many enticing dishes she discovers are a breakfast huevos rancheros casserole; starters such as Ecuadorean shrimp ceviche, Szechuan dumplings, and Malaysian swordfish satays; pea soup with kaffir leaves; gazpacho with sashimi; pasta dressed with pistachio pesto; Iraqi rice-stuffed Vidalia onions; and main courses of Ecuadorean casuela, chicken yasa from Gambia, and couscous from Timbuktu (with dates and lamb). And there are desserts for every taste. Old American favorites are featured, too, but often Nathan discovers a cook who has a new way with a dish, such as an asparagus salad with blood orange mayonnaise, pancakes made with blue cornmeal and pine nuts, a seafood chowder that includes monkfish, and a chocolate bread pudding with dried cherries. Because every recipe has a story behind it, The New American Cooking is a book that is as much fun to read as it is to cook from--a must for every kitchen today.
By 1 February, 1919 Private Warns described how he had become more of a wine connoisseur, but claimed he still preferred homemade ice cream: The Burger ...
Author: Rich Lofthus
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
World War One is the event that set the stage for the modern world and transformed the United States from an isolationist promised land to a crusading state, willing to go to war for ideological reasons. “From Wentworth to the Western Front” examines the war front and the home front of World War One from the perspective of the Private John Warns family correspondence. The story that emerges reveals the dramatic extent to which rural America was drawn into the maelstrom of events surrounding World War One.
... who had served in World War II rarely talked about their experiences. ... son was more interested in the bowl of homemade ice cream that had been stuck ...
Author: Carol Boggess
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
James Still (1906--2001) first achieved national recognition in the 1930s as a poet, and he remains one of the most beloved and important writers in Appalachian literature. Though he is best known for the seminal novel River of Earth -- which Time magazine called a "work of art" and which is often compared to John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath as a poignant literary exploration of the Great Depression -- Still is also recognized as a significant writer of short fiction. His stories were frequently published in outlets such as the Atlantic and the Saturday Evening Post and won numerous awards, including the O. Henry Memorial Prize. In the definitive biography of the man known as the "dean of Appalachian literature," Carol Boggess offers a detailed portrait of Still. Despite his notable output and importance as a mentor to generations of young writers, Still was extremely private, preferring a quiet existence in a century-old log house between the waters of Wolfpen Creek and Dead Mare Branch in Knott County, Kentucky. Boggess, who befriended the author in the last decade of his life, draws on correspondence, journal entries, numerous interviews with Still and his family, and extensive archival research to illuminate his somewhat mysterious personal life. James Still: A Life explores every period of Still's life, from his childhood in Alabama, through the years he spent supporting himself in various odd jobs while trying to build his literary career, to the decades he spent fostering other talents. This long-overdue biography not only offers an important perspective on the author's work and art but also celebrates the legacy of a man who succeeded in becoming a legend in his own lifetime.
During the first century a substance resembling ice cream was prepared for ... However, introduction of the ice cream cone at the 1904 World's Fair in St.
Author: John R. Campbell
Publisher: Waveland Press
A productive dairy industry is vital to providing safe, high-quality milk that fulfills the nutritional needs of people of all ages around the world. In order to achieve that goal, Campbell and Marshall present a timely, lucid, and comprehensive look at today’s dairy industry. Dairy Production and Processing offers not only a fundamental understanding of dairy animals, dairy products, and the production aspects of each, but also a wealth of applied information on the scope of the current milk and milk products industry. The application of basic sciences and technologies throughout the text will serve students well not only as they learn the first principles of dairy science, but also as a professional reference in their careers. Study questions can be found at the conclusion of each chapter, along with relevant and informative websites. An extensive glossary is provided to enable readers to expand their knowledge of selected terms. Topics found in this instructive and insightful text include: • an overview of the dairy industry, • dairy herd breeding and records, • the feeding and care of dairy cattle, sheep, goats, and water buffalo, • important principles of milking and milking facilities, • dairy farm management, • milk quality and safety, and • the production of milk and milk products.
Ice cream makers are a nice addition to a raw food kitchen. You can whip up a batch of homemade ice cream in no time. Making raw ice cream is a treat, ...
Author: Mimi Kirk
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Voted PETA’s sexiest vegetarian over 50—at age 70—Mimi Kirk is uniquely positioned to share her raw food recipes and lifestyle secrets from her travel around the globe. Everyone knows that eating well makes you feel good, bu
The cone was called the World's Fair Cornucopia and was the food sensation of the fair. Reduced-fat ice cream used to be called ice milk.
Author: Myles H. Bader
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
THIS IS NOT A COOKBOOK! This food encyclopedia is the number one kitchen and cooking reference book in the United States and Canada and has sold over 3 million copies. The book contains thousands of food secrets from chefs and grandmothers worldwide; you don't want to cook or bake any food before looking inside to see what fact or tip may make the dish perfect. It took over 19 years to compile all the secrets in the Wizard of Food's encyclopedia, most of which will not be found in any other book. Why you need to know the age of an egg when baking Why you need to put wine corks in your beef stew The reason cottage cheese is stored upside down How to choose a steak by looking at the color of the fat How to de-gas beans Why you cook a turkey upside down Why you never put cold butter in a microwave How to fry foods without the foods absorbing a lot of fat How to preserve fresh herbs with your breath
Another table held desserts of all kinds: homemade ice cream, juicy watermelon, and pies and cakes. Fannie brought a hickory nut cake made with ingredients ...
Author: Claudia A Coffey
Publisher: Outskirts Publishing
Take the trip of a lifetime with Thomas Barnard as he leaves the green hills of Gloucestershire, England, for the New World in the spring of 1679. The newly released historical fiction, A Farming Family in the New World, tells Thomas’ fictional tale in breathtakingly realistic fashion. The newly released novel is published by Outskirts Press. When the Globe set sail on a misty morning in 1679, 21-year-old Tom is in the ship’s hold, preparing for a long, dangerous voyage to America. While the risk is high, the reward is great: five years’ indentured service for the promise of free land in America. A Farming Family in the New World follows Tom’s journey to America and ultimately unfurls nine generations of his family as they flourish on American soil from 1679 to 2005. Readers journey through the years to witness George Washington’s rallying of troops; as Abraham Lincoln says his farewell to Springfield to begin his memorable presidency over a divided nation; as brother fights brother in a terrible Civil War; and as two World Wars throw the planet into turmoil. Through it all, one family’s storied history comes to life in this meticulously researched book, which chronicles a personal history through times of peace and prosperity, poverty and war. A Farming Family in the New World is available online through Outskirts Press at www.outskirtspress.com/bookstore. The book is sold through Amazon and Barnes and Noble for a maximum trade discount in quantities of 10 or more, and is being aggressively promoted to appropriate markets with a focus on the United States history, Colonial period, Revolutionary War period and Civil War categories. ISBN: 978-1-4787-0048-7 Format: 6 x 9 paperback cream Retail: $12.95 Kindle: $9.99 Nook: $9.99 iPad: $9.99 Genre: HISTORY / United States / Colonial Period (1600-1775) / Revolutionary Period (1775-1800) / Civil War Period (1850-1877)
“You're as sly as ever when it comes to getting some homemade pie, cookies, ... Hey, do you remember the homemade ice cream my grandparents, your parents, ...
Author: Tygo Lee
Have you ever wondered what really happens when you dream? Prepare yourself for a stimulating trip into the enchanting worlds of Slumberland--where everything is real, yet nothing is real! As the dreamy scenarios unfold in your mind, these thought-provoking and entertaining magical tales touch upon important aspects of our daily lives, such as: our concept of reality, regrets from the past, avoiding conflict, emotional stress, the wonders of children, and the dream world itself. While you are gently transported from one reality to another, you will meet up with a talkative bird, an insightful bush, a hungry ogre, an irritable serpent, an inquisitive child, and an illuminating spirit. Slumberland-- a part of Tygo Lee's unique collection of creative writings that range from the serious to the carefree and humorous, thoughtfully brought to life through a great variety of magical fables, fantasy tales, inspirational stories, and reflections. Your concept of reality may never be the same again!