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Eat-Drink-Merry: Good Cooking & Good Eating with Mrs. B By Susan Brady
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As a teenager, it was necessity that spurred a need to learn to cook in Susan Brady, but as an adult, curiosity took over and experimenting and expanding her culinary repertoire seemed to become a... More > part-time job. As a suburban wife and mother, she taught herself to bake, preserve, and grow her own food. Travels to far-flung places like Thailand, Belgium, and Taiwan allowed her to explore foreign cuisines, whether in cooking schools, restaurants, or culinary-based tours. This love of food birthed both a blog and a book, both dedicated to providing inspiration and impetus to try new things in the kitchen. This cookbook, a gift to her friends and family, provides ten recipes and resources in ten sections, intended to inspire and challenge home cooks everywhere.< Less
Is Vegetable Gardening For You By Peter Legrove
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If you are wondering how to survive the economic downturn then growing a vegetable garden is a good way to start. Before we never thought very much about food but now the situation is starting to... More > change. Every time we go to the supermarket it seems the price of something we like to eat is higher than last time. To keep them fresh they are loaded with chemicals to stop them ripening. Also to grow these same vegetables they are covered with chemicals to keep the bugs off. Then to get them to grow, fertilizers are added to the soil. Another thing in the news these days is global warming. So how do you survive the future with the price of food constantly increasing? Well for a start you grow your own. If you live in suburbia in a house with a lawn, you can turn your lawn into a vegetable garden. And grow your own vegetables. If your yard will grow grass and weeds then it will grow vegetables for you to eat.< Less
Is Vegetable Gardening For You By Peter Legrove
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If you are wondering how to survive the economic downturn then growing a vegetable garden is a good way to start. Before we never thought very much about food but now the situation is starting to... More > change.  Every time we go to the supermarket it seems the price of something we like to eat is higher than last time. To keep them fresh they are loaded with chemicals to stop them ripening.  Also to grow these same vegetables they are covered with chemicals to keep the bugs off. Then to get them to grow, fertilizers are added to the soil. Another thing in the news these days is global warming.  So how do you survive the future with the price of food constantly increasing? Well for a start you grow your own. If you live in suburbia in a house with a lawn, you can turn your lawn into a vegetable garden. And grow your own vegetables.  If your yard will grow grass and weeds then it will grow vegetables for you to eat.  < Less

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Left to Die Left to Die By Wes Rand
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