At last a no-nonsense approach to making great food, from simple scrambled eggs to perfect garlic prawns, cooking: a commonsense guide is packed with inspirational recipes to satisfy the first-time cook or the culinary expert.
Pasta gives more pleasure to people than almost any other food you can think of. The Italians would never have survived without it, and a wave of their beloved pasta followed them as migrated across Europe to the new worlds in both hemispheres. This book celebrates the delicious simplicity of many popular classics, passed down over the generations, as well as introducing innovative recipes with a contemporary twist. All offer a trip around Italy without ever leaving home.
The night sky is a treasure trove of stories filled with heroes, wild animals, and adventure. It's just a matter of knowing where to look. In this new edition of the Dot to Dot in the Sky series, Joan Marie Galat explores the legends and facts of the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights). Like the rest of the books in this series, Stories of the Aurora contains all the scientific facts a child should know about this beautiful phenomenon in the night sky. Beautifully illustrated by Lorna Bennet, it also chronicles the many legends surrounding the event including tales of the afterlife from the Inuit, a European & Mi'kmaq fairy tale and even a story from the ancient Romans on what an Aurora could possibly mean. These tales and more make this a one-of-a-kind book on this incredible phenomenon in the Canadian sky.
A journal well-designed to record all the information of your experience of a wine - tasting notes, food accompaniment, wineries, etc. The journal also includes an explanation of grape varietals, serving and storing tips and ideas on hosting a wine party.