Author: Christopher Martin CumoPublish On: 2013-04-25
Oranges that grow in nitrogen-rich soil produce juice with a high content of acid. ... Fruit that grows in phosphorus-rich soil is juicy, though the juice has less vitamin C than oranges grown in ... The Orange: Golden Joy.
Author: Christopher Martin Cumo
Readers of this expansive, three-volume encyclopedia will gain scientific, sociological, and demographic insight into the complex relationship between plants and humans across history.
Orange Empire: California and the Fruits of Eden. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2005. Train, John, and Mark E. Smith. The Orange: Golden Joy. Easthampton, MA: Distributed by Antique Collectors' Club, 2006.
Author: Andrew F. Smith
This three-volume encyclopedia on the history of American food and beverages covers topics ranging from early American Indian foods to mandatory nutrition information at fast food restaurants.
GOLDEN JOY Golden Stargazer Golden Stone Golden Tapestry GOLDSMITH Graffity Gran Paradiso Grand Cru Grandiflorum ... (OT) Asiatic Asiatic Longiflorum Asiatic Yellow bar orange Yellow mottled red Pretty amber to orange juice bluish down ...
Author: Laurence C. Hatch
Publisher: TCR Press
Many bulbs and corms make lovely, ideal herbaceous perennials and can persist for many years. This cultivar encyclopedia covers 135 cultivars of Crinum, 21 Eranthis, 69 Eucomis, 400+ Lilium, 77 Lycoris, 81 Muscari, and 52 Zephanthes described in detail, often with histories and taxonomic notes. This volume is part of Hatch's Perennials 20016-2017, the largest project ever to catalog garden varieties of hardy herbaceous perennials and now with over 1200 pages of content available.
Author: Christopher Martin CumoPublish On: 2015-02-25
Lemons: Growing, Cooking, Crafting. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 2003. Laszlo, Pierre. Citrus: A History. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2007. Train, John. The Orange: Golden Joy. Easthampton, MA: Antique Collectors Club, ...
Author: Christopher Martin Cumo
This unique encyclopedia enables students to understand the myriad ways that the Columbian Exchange shaped the modern world, covering every major living organism from pathogens and plants to insects and mammals. • Represents the only encyclopedia to comprehensively treat the Columbian Exchange and document how this watershed event in history changed the world, not just in North America but worldwide • Provides full accounts of demographic and epidemiological trends and how the planet's current biodiversity resulted from the events of the Columbian Exchange • Includes primary documents that offer students material for analysis and promote critical thinking skills, thus supporting Common Core State Standards • Supplies both entry bibliographies and a selected, general bibliography to direct students to sources of additional information
1 Tolkowsky, Samuel, Hesperides: A History of the Culture and Use of Citrus Fruits (London, 1958) Toussaint-Samat, Maguelonne, A Plistory of Food (Chichester, 2009) Train,John, The Orange: Golden joy (Milan, 2006) Webber, Herbert John, ...
Author: Clarissa Hyman
Publisher: Reaktion Books
The tangy, juicy sweetness of oranges has made them a mainstay on our breakfast tables, as snacks, and even as healthy desserts. Indeed, oranges and orange juices are so ubiquitous nowadays that we take them for granted—but their journey to our supermarket shelves is a long and tantalizing story, as Clarissa Hyman reveals in Oranges. Following the orange from its origins in the Mediterranean world to the grocery produce section, Hyman illuminates the wide-ranging cultural resonance and culinary presence of the popular fruit. Charting the arrival of bitter and sweet oranges in the Mediterranean, where they were seen as a gift from the gods, Hyman chronicles their dramatic voyage to the Americas and the impact they had on agriculture, garden design, and architecture along the way. She surveys the many varieties of oranges that now exist and analyzes their status as symbols of great wealth in art, an inspiration for poets and painters, and a source of natural health. Dealing with the practical complexities of orange cultivation, she details the challenges facing modern producers and consumers across the globe. Packed with delicious recipes and luscious photos, Oranges is a refreshing look at the king of citrus.
THE ORANGE : GOLDEN JOY Do you know the land where the lemon trees bloom ? “ Kennst du das Land wo die Zitronen blühn ? ” Goethe 20 Foreword .6 Origins 7 Garden of the Hesperides 9 The House of Orange 12 Gardens and Orangeries .13 The ...
Author: John Train
Publisher: Maria Teresa Train Mtt Scala
This beautiful and fascinating illustrated book tells the story of the orange from earliest times. Brought back from India by Alexander the Great, citrus proved to be a lifesaver on long sea voyages, since it was the antidote for scurvy, which could incapacitate an entire crew. Columbus took it to the new world, and later Portuguese and Spanish kings required all captains to carry along oranges and plant them. Thus arose the vast proliferation of oranges in Florida. At the same time, the Italians and French made the orange a centerpiece of the Medici castles in Florence. This practice was followed by all the European courts, from Versailles to the Great Mosque in Cordoba. It is, of course, a favorite theme in art of the time, many of which are illustrated in this volume. The book also describes other uses of the citrus fruit, for example, cosmetics, perfumes, confections and liqueurs. In addition to its delicious quality as food, the orange is one of the world's favorite decorative plants. Th
Author: Christopher Martin CumoPublish On: 2015-06-30
London: Routledge, 2006. Train, John. The Orange: Golden Joy. Easthampton, MA: Antique Collectors' Club, 2006. Wilson, Ted, and Norman J. Temple, eds. Beverages in Nutrition and Health. Totowa, NJ: Humana Press, 2004.
Author: Christopher Martin Cumo
Category: Social Science
Serving students and general readers alike, this encyclopedia addresses the myriad and profound ways foods have shaped the world we inhabit, from prehistory to the present. • Overviews the foods that have changed the world from prehistory to the present • Gives attention to the relationships between foods and religious movements, such as the connections between fish, bread, and wine and the rise of Christianity • Enables readers to grasp the connections between the history of foods and the Columbian Exchange
Go-Go Juice 1⁄2 oz. each Vodka, Gin, Light Rum, Tequila, Blue Curacao & Orange Juice 1 oz. ... Southern Comfort 1 oz. Orange Juice Shake all ingredients with ice and strain into a shooter glass. Gold 1 oz. ... Gold Joy 1 1⁄2 oz.
Author: Dennis Wildberger
Publisher: Dennis Wildberger
NEW & REDESIGNED FOR 2019! This is the only drink book that you will ever need. Inside it's pages are 10,000 NEW and CLASSIC Recipes for Cocktails, Shooters, Martinis, Frozen Drinks, Mixers, Hi-Balls and Hot Drinks. Every recipe includes specific ingredients, measurements and instructions in Easy-To-Read Form. Written and compiled by Dennis A. Wildberger, a master bartender with more than 25 years in the restaurant and nightclub business. In addition to this remarkable collection of recipes, sections include maintaining bar equipment, proper glassware, basic bar ingredients, "Building the Perfect Cocktail", and so much more. "The Ultimate Drink Directory" will replace every other bartender guide currently on your bookshelf!
May your days round in ripe and golden joy , Like this fair orange which I here employ In way of simile ! " May figurative gold , And literal gold as well , if that may be , Fill hearts and pockets overflowingly In quantities untold !