This is his first book. From the back cover Born of the ancient star remnants in our bones and nameless longings of the human heart, this poetry collection explores the firefly flicker of existence amidst the vast reaches of time and space.
In Taste the Wild Wonder, fresh new poetic voice John Mark Green takes the reader on a transformative journey, awakening the heart to see the world with new eyes. This imaginative collection explores life, mortality, meaning, creativity, love, wonder, and nature, through the windows of 71 poems and 11 interior illustrations. These poems are infused with what the Japanese call yūgen - "a profound, mysterious sense of the beauty of the universe ... and the sad beauty of human suffering" (Benito Ortolani), and wabi-sabi - the beauty of impermanent, imperfect, and transient things. Since 2014, John Mark Green has grown a worldwide following for his poetry on social media. This is his first book. From the back cover Born of the ancient star remnants in our bones and nameless longings of the human heart, this poetry collection explores the firefly flicker of existence amidst the vast reaches of time and space. Capturing feelings of awe and aching beauty which stir the imagination, it illuminates our brief but glorious moment on life's stage. Imbued with the knowledge that everything we hold beautiful is inexorably slipping through our fingers, these poems are trail markers on a journey of awakening to the wild wonder which surrounds us, leading readers on a whirlwind tour of our place in the grand tapestry of nature, with a perspective which both dazzles and delights. Praise for Taste the Wild Wonder "John Mark Green writes with soul and weaves poetry from love and bones and fire. His new book is art and includes illustrations that complement the words beautifully." Jacob Nordby, author of Blessed Are the Weird - A Manifesto for Creatives
This is the stunning natural backdrop for recipes and short extracts from Charles Dickens, Margaret Atwood, Chris Czajkowski and Anne Michaels inspired by Canada's incredible landscapes.
Author: Lisa Nieschlag
Publisher: Allen & Unwin
Who doesn't dream of leaving everyday life behind and really experiencing nature with an adventure in the wilderness... and a delicious campfire supper to round off a perfect day? Enjoy the beauty and stillness of breathtaking shots, taken on location in the National Parks of Vancouver and Banff, of the lakes, cascading waterfalls, rivers, canyons, mountains and deep, green, tranquil forests for which Canada is renowned. This is the stunning natural backdrop for recipes and short extracts from Charles Dickens, Margaret Atwood, Chris Czajkowski and Anne Michaels inspired by Canada's incredible landscapes. Whether it's fluffy blueberry pancakes with maple syrup, or tender salmon fillet on a cedarwood board, hearty campfire stew with craft beer or the unique national dish of Canada, poutine, these ingredients and recipes evoke bounty, simplicity, campfires and wilderness.
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Author: Jini Reddy
Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides
Wild Times Guide - Travel, nature and outdoor information and tips for 26 suggested British experiences connecting to nature in England, Scotland and Wales, including bushcraft, wild pottery, Dark Sky gazing, horse whispering, rewilding and urban birding. Full of 'how to' information and ideal for eco-lovers, outdoors enthusiasts and nature novices.
On the other hand , if the wild rice is to be used as a component of wild game
stuffing , then a more hearty fermented - tea , earthy flavor might give better
results . The taste panel results gave indications of the process methods that
produce the ...
Both innate taste preference and learned food preference or avoid- ance should
be relevant to the selection of wild plant foods. Innate taste sensitivities are
presumably adaptive, in that sweet substances are usually nutritive, and bitter
Author: Helen Macbeth
Publisher: Berghahn Books
Category: Social Science
Food preferences and tastes are among the fundamentals affecting human existence; the sociocultural, physiological and neurological factors involved have therefore been widely researched and are well documented. However, information and debate on these factors are scattered across the academic literature of different disciplines. In this volume cross-disciplinary perspectives are brought together by an international team of contributors that includes socialand biological anthropologists, ethologists and ethnologists, psychologists, neurologists and zoologists in order to provide access to the different specialisms on the topic.
But perchance , when I wild - apples requires vigorous and healthy senses , take
one out of my desk , and taste it in my cham . papille firm and erect on the tongue
and palate , ber , I find it unexpectedly crude - sour enough not easily flattened ...
Quality of Processed Wild Rice The great variety of wild rice processing methods
gives the final product much variation in appearance , taste and overall quality .
No quality standards now exist , so one of the first needs of the developing ...
... as in what I believe to be my best short story , A Visit in Bad Taste , the fake
innocence becomes instead a calculated refusal of imaginative compassion : the
sister who can find no place for her vulgar ex - convict 42 THE WILD GARDEN.
He kept imagining how she was soft and sweet all over, and how much he'd
really like to taste the rest of her. He needed to stop thinking that way. So, this
morning, he woke up and told the guys he'd take care of the stall mucking. The
Author: Mariah Ankenman
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press Inc
For Elizabeth Hayworth, tiny Peak Town, Colorado is a far cry from her life in L.A., but working at her best friend’s cupcake shop makes her think things are pretty darn good. Until she’s forced to spend time with said best friend’s grumpy future brother-in-law. Dade Denning takes the hard work of running a horse ranch seriously. What he can’t take seriously is his future sister-in-law’s flighty best friend. Lizzy is everything he’s not—flirty, outgoing, and loud. The woman just rubs him the wrong way. So why does he fantasize about rubbing her the right way? When circumstances force the two together, sparks fly and passion ignites. But sometimes the wildest love can burn too bright and the consequences can leave a lasting impression.
Author: Ruth Carmichael EllingerPublish On: 2010-04-01
... he and his brothers had huntedthe highland glens beneath theundulating
shadow of Ben Wyvis. Even now, he could smell the odors of theAlpine bearberry
on theslopes of the bens and taste the autumn fruitof the cloudberry baking over ...
Author: Ruth Carmichael Ellinger
Publisher: Ambassador International
When his young wife is brutally murdered in a senseless raid, Derick Davidson, son of a Scottish chieftain, seeks revenge. Suspected by the English authorities, he flees Scotland, arriving in Boston at the onset of the American Revolution. He meets the colourful frontiersman, Daniel Morgan who talks of war and freedom. But another war rages inside Dericks heart, a deadly conflict that challenges the very core of his political and spiritual beliefs. He follows one burning desireto be free. Morgan takes Derick to Virginia where he meets the winsome and beautiful Kearan Mackenzies. He teaches her to sword fight and Kearan learns the secrets of his troubled past. He learns of another freedoma liberty greater than any king or country has to offer. At the Battle of Point Pleasant, Wyandot Indians capture Derick and his uncle, a Longhunter, and former soldier of the Black Watch. Escape seems impossible and death inevitable. During this terrible impasse, the Longhunter points Derick to another weapona two-edged sword that slashes to the very thoughts of his heart. Filled with danger, intrigue, and suspense,Sword of the Wild Roseexplores the meaning of freedom, friendship, and prevailing love. We follow one mans spiritual journey from the depths of heartbreak and revenge to the liberating experience of divine forgiveness and the joy of unforeseen love.
... without even a fig-leaf, but without their dignity. The young women were
employed with all their art in painting the young men, who were chiefly
ornamented with white, done with pipeclay, and in different forms, according to
the taste of the ...
... 4 pound butter , melted , to add to dressing 1 cup hot water 1 / 4 pound
sausage or chopped luncheon meats sage to taste ( go lightly if you are not sure )
salt and pepper to taste Prepare the wild rice by any of the basic recipes in
Chapter III .
Author: Duane R. Lund
Publisher: Lund S & R Publications
Here it is: your must-have wild rice cookbook! Enjoy 101 savory wild rice recipes, and read about the history of wild rice. Youíll also appreciate the authorís many tips and fascinating facts. This cookbook has it all!
And just as he often treasures his self - pride and always wants people to come to
admire his wild and arrogant self image ... By telling us that he did not really know
the taste of sorrow when he was young , he finds it easier to convince you that ...
More money; less taste. The upholstered ceiling, the tortured walls, the bedecked
and begilded furniture, the costly and trumpery ornaments wage a continual
battle. All the nations of Europe are represented in this apartment and they keep
Author: Roderick Nash
Publisher: George Braziller
Category: United States
Selections from contemporary writings reveal the uncertainties of the industrialized nation during the Progressive era
He went on and found Wild Celery . She had been nice so he gave the root a
sweet taste and the stalk a nice flavor . Thistle was given a sweet taste . He met
Sweet Bulb . She was sweet to him and got a sweet taste . Wild Onion was given
Those of us who hunger for the light are beginning to taste the wild darkness ,
and to swallow it - taking the night , quietly , into our bodies . . According to a tale
told in various ways by diverse indigenous peoples , the fiery sun is held , at this
From OXFAM-Canada, a company which promotes economic justice through fair trade, comes a cookbook to make a difference. Recipes combine easily available ingredients produced through community projects in the developing world.
... in the region although they are not appreciated as much here as they are in
Europe . Their range in North America extends across Canada from
Newfoundland to British Columbia . Description • In appearance and taste , the wild gooseberry ...
Author: Marilyn Walker
Wild Plants of Eastern Canada is a comprehensive guide to the region's plants, including their culinary, medicinal, folk, and ecological uses. The book also explores the cultural history of wild plant use among Aboriginal-Mi'kmaq, Maliseet, and Passamaquoddy-and non-Aboriginal-Black, Acadian, and Celtic-peoples. Bridging the academic and the popular, the book includes easy-to-read profiles of sixty plant species, each identified with an actual size leaf-print specimen as well as a realistic reproduction for identification. Nearly sixty recipes are included for use in contemporary cuisine. The book does not include cultivated plants, seaweeds, or trees. Includes safety tips for identifying and avoiding poisonous plants.