They both think that Saving the Seasons will be of particular interest to those who bought Simply in Season, a cook book from Herald Press that celebrates cooking and eating locally grown seasonal food. “One of the challenges of cooking ...
Author: Mary Clemens Meyer
Publisher: Herald Press (VA)
You can't get much closer to the source of your food than canning or preserving it yourself, and Saving the Seasons shows you how through clear instructions and step-by-step pictures. Loaded with helpful tips, charts and user-friendly recipes for beginners and experts alike, you will enjoy the season's bounty all year long! Top Five Reasons To Preserve Your Own Food Eat from known, local food sources--year round! Fill your cupboards with foods free from chemical additives and preservatives. Lock in peak flavors and nutrition by reserving the bounty of the season. Taste the full flavors of homemade--store-bought brands just can't compare! Preserve foods while they're plentiful, and the benefits last all year--with tastes you won't soon forget. "What a treat to be reminded that it's not just technically possible to keep summer in your pantry all year long, but incredibly delicious. There's nothing at the supermarket that comes close to the tastes in these pages--and nothing that will help much more in the fight to build a local food system to replace the vulnerable, unhealthy, and sprawling mess that is our current lot." --Bill McKibben, author Earth: Making a Life on a Tough New Planet "What a great idea to combine lessons for canning, freezing, pickling, and drying all in one book--with recipes for everything from making spicy kimchi to black raspberry jam! What a delicious way to extend our gardens." --Catherine Walthers, author of Raising the Salad Bar and Soups + Sides "It is heartening to see the renewed interest in gardening and in eating locally--actually, the interest in eating real food! It is long overdue. With this encouraging trend comes the need for a comprehensive guide to canning and preserving the garden bounty to enjoy the rest of the year. Saving the Seasons fills this niche perfectly. Its colorful pages, clear instructions, and many recipes will stimulate the novice as well as the seasoned canner." --Elsie Kline, Farming Magazine "A must-have follow-up to Simply in Season, Saving the Seasons takes eating locally and seasonally to the next step--beyond fresh. Now one can eat locally and seasonally year round with the knowledge of how to preserve or save the seasons. With the aid of the simple steps and photos, the novice will feel quite comfortable saving the seasons, and the experienced will learn new tricks. All will have wonderful recipes to try." --Mary Beth Lind, co-author of Simply in Season "With the voice of a trusted friend, Saving the Seasons offers comprehensive guidance and easy-to-follow instructions to the lost art of food preservation. It's the next best thing to having Mom or Grandma in the kitchen with you--possibly even better (sorry, Mom)." --Cathleen Hockman-Wert, co-author of Simply in Season "As a mother-daughter team with many years of farming between them, including both rural and urban agriculture, the Meyers are well-placed to present this updated guide on preserving food. They provide simple instructions and a great selection of recipes, from basic jam, pickles, and relish to international favorites like kimchi and chutney. Their tips offer terrific extra tidbits geared toward beginners while useful notes are included on foods for babies and kids." --Kristi Bahrenburg Janzen, organic, sustainable, and local food/agriculture writer A great addition for those who are cooking seasonally with Simply in Season!
I wrote Saving the Season while living in the Hollywood Hills, in a house that I called Greenvalley, near the top of a shaded canyon. Greenvalley appears in the corners of my photographs and between the lines of my stories because it ...
Author: Kevin West
The ultimate canning guide for cooks—from the novice to the professional—and the only book you need to save (and savor) the season throughout the entire year "Gardening history, 18th-century American painters, poems, and practical information; it's a rich book. And unlike other books on preserving, West gives recipes that will goad you to make easy preserves.” —The Atlantic Strawberry jam. Pickled beets. Homegrown tomatoes. These are the tastes of Kevin West’s Southern childhood, and they are the tastes that inspired him to “save the season,” as he traveled from the citrus groves of Southern California to the cranberry bogs of Massachusetts and everywhere in between, chronicling America’s rich preserving traditions. Here, West presents his findings: 220 recipes for sweet and savory jams, pickles, cordials, cocktails, candies, and more—from Classic Apricot Jam to Green Tomato Chutney; from Pickled Asparagus with Tarragon and Green Garlic to Scotch Marmalade. Includes 300 full-color photographs.
You live. You love. You die. Now RUN. This is the 4th episode in the second season of ReMade, a 14-episode serial from Serial Box Publishing. This episode was written by E. C. Myers. Upon entering Sanctuary, the teens are greeted by a young child, the first new person they’ve met in this new world. But Umta seems freaked out by him, and there’s definitely something...off. Is it safe to go deeper into Sanctuary? Or should they forget the whole thing and run for the hills? One moment proved fateful for a group of teenagers—and not just because it’s the moment they all happened to die. At the moment of their deaths, they were snatched forward into the future and remade in a world they hardly recognize. Now, after facing murderous robots and an unpredictable environment, the teens have begun to find their footing. But can they survive long enough to figure out why they were remade? And will they ever be able to stop running?
But there was another saving of equal importance , which Mr. Steele calls a saving of time , but which he might with more propriety have called a saving of season . This saving of season , he says , was worth more than double the ...
Author: Jonathan Fraser LightPublish On: 2016-03-25
In ¡974 Marshall finished 83 of the ¡06 games he appeared in, winning ¡5 and saving 2¡ on his way to the Cy Young and MVP awards. ... It was his only save of the season and one of only two in his ¡4-year career.
Author: Jonathan Fraser Light
Category: Sports & Recreation
More than any other sport, baseball has developed its own niche in America’s culture and psyche. Some researchers spend years on detailed statistical analyses of minute parts of the game, while others wax poetic about its players and plays. Many trace the beginnings of the civil rights movement in part to the Major Leagues’ decision to integrate, and the words and phrases of the game (for example, pinch-hitter and out in left field) have become common in our everyday language. From AARON, HENRY onward, this book covers all of what might be called the cultural aspects of baseball (as opposed to the number-rich statistical information so widely available elsewhere). Biographical sketches of all Hall of Fame players, owners, executives and umpires, as well as many of the sportswriters and broadcasters who have won the Spink and Frick awards, join entries for teams, owners, commissioners and league presidents. Advertising, agents, drafts, illegal substances, minor leagues, oldest players, perfect games, retired uniform numbers, superstitions, tripleheaders, and youngest players are among the thousands of entries herein. Most entries open with a topical quote and conclude with a brief bibliography of sources for further research. The whole work is exhaustively indexed and includes 119 photographs.
Now, in this groundbreaking new work, two of our most renowned thinkers present the realities of global warming in the most human of terms—everyday conversation—showing us how to convince even the most stubborn of skeptics as to why we ...
Author: Philip Kitcher
Publisher: Liveright Publishing
A landmark work of environmental philosophy that seeks to transform the debate about climate change. As the icecaps melt and the sea levels rise around the globe—threatening human existence as we know it—climate change has become one of the most urgent and controversial issues of our time. For most people, however, trying to understand the science, politics, and arguments on either side can be dizzying, leading to frustrating and unproductive debates. Now, in this groundbreaking new work, two of our most renowned thinkers present the realities of global warming in the most human of terms—everyday conversation—showing us how to convince even the most stubborn of skeptics as to why we need to act now. Indeed, through compelling Socratic dialogues, Philip Kitcher and Evelyn Fox Keller tackle some of the thorniest questions facing mankind today: Is climate change real? Is climate change as urgent as the “scientists” make it out to be? How much of our current way of life should we sacrifice to help out a generation that won’t even be born for another hundred years? Who would pay for the enormous costs of making the planet "green?" What sort of global political arrangement would be needed for serious action? These crucial questions play out through familiar circumstances, from an older husband and wife considering whether they should reduce their carbon footprint, to a first date that evolves into a passionate discussion about whether one person can actually make a difference, to a breakfast that becomes an examination over whether or not global warming is really happening. Entertaining, widely accessible, and thoroughly original, the result promises to inspire dialogue in many places, while also giving us a line of reasoning that explodes the so-far impenetrable barriers of obfuscation that have surrounded the discussion. While the Paris Agreement was an historic achievement that brought solutions within the realm of possibility, The Seasons Alter is a watershed book that will show us how to make those possibilities a reality.
The paradox for Angel is that the souled vampire is a lot better at saving the world than he is at changing it. Because he can understand why everyone does what they do, Lorne sees the world as it is, with all its darkness, and believes ...
Author: Glenn Yeffeth
Publisher: BenBella Books, Inc.
The constellation of characters and themes created in Angel, the popular Buffy the Vampire Slayer spin-off, are explored in this collection of essays. A vampire author, a sex expert, a TV critic, a science fiction novelist, and Buffy writer Nancy Holder provide essays examining the different issues relating to the series, including Angelus as the prototypical high school bully, Angel as victim, Wesley's many transformations, how Spike fits into Angel, the takeover of Wolfram & Hart, and Lindsey's moral center.
Cucumbers (Cucumissativus) and melons (C. melo) are related but not of the same species, so they too can coexistin a seed-saving garden. With cucumbers, as with eggplants and summer squash, you need to let some fruits grow beyond the ...
Author: Barbara Damrosch
Publisher: Workman Publishing
“Learn how to create an organic, edible garden and then make the most of the fruits (and vegetables) of your labors” (Los Angeles Daily News). Barbara Damrosch and Eliot Coleman are America’s foremost organic gardeners—and authorities. Barbara is the author of The Garden Primer, and Eliot wrote the bible for organic gardening, The New Organic Grower. Today they are the face of the locavore movement, working through their extraordinary Four Season Farm in Maine. And now they’ve written the book on how to grow what you eat, and cook what you grow. The Four Season Farm Gardener’s Cookbook is two books in one. It’s a complete four-season cookbook with 120 recipes from Barbara, a master cook as well as master gardener, who shows how to transform your fruits and vegetables into mouthwatering dishes, from Stuffed Squash Blossom Fritters to Red Thai Curry with Fall Vegetables to Hazelnut Torte with Summer Berries. And it’s a step-by-step garden guide that works no matter how big or small your plot, with easy-to-follow instructions and plans for different gardens. It covers size of the garden, nourishing the soil, planning ahead, and the importance of rotating crops—yes, even in your backyard. And, at the core, individual instructions on the crops, from the hardy and healthful cabbage family to fourteen essential culinary herbs. Eating doesn’t get any more local than your own backyard. “Beautifully photographed and illustrated . . . Provides a thorough and accessible discussion of how to grow food, what to grow, how to get the most from your garden and finally, how to make it all taste delicious.” —Minnesota State Horticultural Society
As can be realized , although the heat of light offers a great advantage in energy saving in one season , it can be a major energy waster in another . An ideal situation will be one where a lighting system produces maximum heat during ...
Spirit of our risen Saving God , Lord , bless this give us life . water now . We thank you that through the Wash us ; cleanse us ; waters of the Red Sea free us ; fill us . you led your people out of slavery Spirit of our risen to ...
Author: Gill Ambrose
Publisher: Church House Publishing
A practical companion through the Church's year for all those planning and leading all-age worship. It offers an array of creative material designed to bring to life the seasonal liturgy of Lent, Holy Week and Easter, including Pentecost.
seasons, winning 104 games and saving 193 while leading the league in relief wins once, appearances twice, and saves three times. John Franco (1984–2005) Franco is the all-time saves leader among left-handers with 424, ...
Author: Robert Kuenster
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Category: Sports & Recreation
Comparing major league players has always been a popular topic among baseball fans. Debating the strengths and weaknesses of such greats as Joe DiMaggio and Ted Williams, Babe Ruth and Hank Aaron, Willie Mays and Mickey Mantle, or Tom Seaver and Greg Maddux continues to stir up controversy among fans eager to champion their heroes. In Baseball’s Top 10, Bob Kuenster has compiled a ranking of the game’s best players by position, highlighting the achievements of nearly 300 individuals. In addition to the top 10, Kuenster includes Honorable Mentions—players who were considered but didn’t make the final list—and Dishonorable Mentions—players who were left off the rankings due to alleged steroid and performance enhancing drug use. Drawing upon original interviews conducted by the author, this ranking reveals the best players in major league history as seen through the eyes of former players, managers, and announcers. Player entries include biographical information, individual achievements, stats, and quotes. Organized by position—first base, second base, third base, shortstop, left field, center field, right field, catcher, designated hitters, multi-position players, right-handed starting pitchers, left-handed starting pitchers, and closers—280 outstanding players made the cut as the most elite pitchers, hitters, and fielders in MLB history. Baseball’s Top 10 features interviews with some of baseball’s greatest personalities—including players who have since passed, such as Al Lopez, Bob Feller, Stan Musial, Lou Boudreau, Andy Pafko, Ron Santo, Harry Caray and Harry Kalas. With over 50 photographs and a comprehensive list of suggested titles for further reading, this book is sure to interest baseball fans and historians who love to debate the many outstanding players who have appeared in the major leagues.
Author: Isthmian Canal Commission (U.S.)Publish On: 1910
... purely for saving water , will not be necessary for many years and possibly never ; first , because the water supply will be sufficient for any traffic except in most unfavorable seasons , which occur only rarely , and , second ...
He is saving me and directing me to think in the purity of what I call saving thought, which is His thought. When a son does something the way his father does it he is thinking the way his father thinks. He gives over his own methods of ...
Author: John M. Oxley
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
When you have finished reading this book You will be awakened to a way of thinking most westerners never knew existed. You will learn how to stop trying to get lifes approval before you deserve happiness and success. You will discover new meanings and a way to decipher the secrets of religious language to wring out the essence of love. You will be passionate again about freedom and flowers, justice and moonlight. This book will bring you, through the simple method of repetition, face to face with self-forgiveness and love. John Oxley, one of few experts in Christian thought and Zen philosophy and technique, with thirty-five years experience, takes you through every phase of a wonderful method of knowing love. The lessons to true being are fun and easy to do. John masterfully creates a new way of knowing for the reader that is delightful, healing, and rejuvenates a Christ centered daily perspective. Seasons of Happiness, read it carefully, read it slowly, it profoundly speaks to people who are sick and tired of living without love and happiness. Each person that reads this work will personalize his or her own meaning.
to be sold into Egypt that he might be the means of saving his family from death , so our Lord's suffering was the means of saving those who caused Him to suffer . His death is the means of our life , His shame our glory , His agonies ...
4 Shuck the oysters , saving the juice ( if the fish merchant does this , be sure to ask him to save the juice ) . Cut each scallop horizontally in three . 5 Reheat the nage and slip in the slices of scallops .
Author: Gordon Ramsay
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Ramsay, a rugby player turned U.K. superchef, has done a rare thing: he's created a chef's cookbook of impeccable yet unfussy food that's truly approachable.
OF THE WEARINESS OF JESUS , AND OF HIS SAVING DOCTRINE . Jesus , therefore , being wearied with His journey , sat thus on the well.1 ΤΗΣ THE most patient Jesus vouchsafed for our sakes to feel weariness . No carriage , nor chariot ...
of Other Siders, saving their home. From start to finish, the characters make choices in “Home” that serve that one clear purpose: to save,to protect, to die for one another. While it may be in her job description to serve and protect ...
Author: Crissy Calhoun
Publisher: ECW Press
Category: Performing Arts
The ultimate Vampire Diaries fan bible returns! With a foreword by co-creator Kevin Williamson, the fan-favorite Love You to Death series returns with an essential guide to the fifth season of The CW's hit show The Vampire Diaries. As the series hits its 100th-episode milestone, this companion delves headlong into the twists and turns of each episode, exploring the layers of rich history, supernatural mythology, historical and pop culture references, and the complexities of the show's memorable cast of characters. Add chapters on the making of the show, interviews with the people who bring Mystic Falls to life, and the intensely loyal audience that keeps it thriving, and you have a guide as compelling and addictive as the show itself.
“I mean, that's a girl who needs saving. Marisol works herself to death and needs saving. You, my brother, are a guy who tries to save everybody.” Heat burned to the tips of Patrick's ears. “That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard.
Author: Larissa Ione
Publisher: Evil Eye Concepts, Incorporated
Secrets, Sex and Scandals … Welcome to Storm, Texas, where passion runs hot, desire runs deep, and secrets have the power to destroy… Get ready. The storm is coming. Nestled among rolling hills and painted with vibrant wildflowers, the bucolic town of Storm, Texas, seems like nothing short of perfection. But there are secrets beneath the facade. Dark secrets. Powerful secrets. The kind that can destroy lives and tear families apart. The kind that can cut through a town like a tempest, leaving jealousy and destruction in its wake, along with shattered hopes and broken dreams. All it takes is one little thing to shatter that polish. Season 1 – episodes 5-8