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A TYPE 2 DIABETIC COOKING ON GAS AND ELECTRIC By DAVID DEVANEY
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This book is a collection of recipes I have recorded, initially, for my own convenience but realised might be of use and helpful to others. If we are diabetic one important way we can help ourselves... More > is to take a look at what we eat. The recipes contain ingredients which are readily available, easy to make and simply delicious but do not excite our blood sugar levels. You will have noted that the recipes do not contain meat or fish, this is a personal preference. To recognise the contents of a recipe in relationship to diabetes, even if meat or fish form a part, is the most important factor. Take care of yourself< Less
The Collected Shug '90 By Hugh McKenna
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Shug ’90 (Hugh McKenna) has been working in the Glasgow comic scene for the past 20 years, and is best known for his contributions to Electric Soup magazine, his most famous and enduring... More > creations being Polis Story and The Wildebeests. This collection includes all these strips (and everything in between) right up to his present day work for the small press title Khaki Shorts. In addition Hugh has raided his sketchbook to treat us to his earliest work, allowing the reader to enjoy 20 or so pages of previously unseen material and ideas.< Less
The Complete and Utter MacBams Collection By Dave Alexander
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This long-awaited and suitably hefty (and historic!) collection gathers together all the strips featuring Dave Alexander's most enduring creations, The MacBam Bros, from their humble half-page... More > origins in the 80′s to their truly epic Euro Dismal saga and beyond, illustrating (thanks to its quite beautiful illustration throughout) just why the man they call ’Zander’ is so revered and respected in the Scottish comics scene.< Less
Mortimer - Garlic Boycott By Ilenia Mucciardi
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Mortimer is a dark vampire...with a big sense of humor. He loves marshmellows, water balloon fights and music ( he is also a guitar player ). But, what he likes best is Elizabeth (!) and he really... More > wants to invite her out on a date. There is only one problem: Ophelia. A jealous woman can be pretty dangerous if she wants her revenge. And, as we know, vampires are allergic to garlic.......< Less
Every Step In Canning: The Cold-Pack Method By Grace Viall Gray
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So you've planted your garden, worked hard all summer, and brought in a bumper crop of fresh, delicious, healthy – and perishable! – produce… Now what? Grace Viall Gray's classic... More > EVERY STEP IN CANNING: THE COLD-PACK METHOD holds the key to ensuring that your bountiful harvest blesses your family's dinner table all winter long! Learn tried and true methods for canning fruits, vegetables, meats and soups, making jellies, jams, fruit butters and marmalades, and even for curing, smoking and preserving meat, brining and pickling a variety of foods, and preserving eggs for use when the chickens stop laying. Plus, discover the best old world methods for safely storing fresh produce for use all winter without refrigeration or electricity! First published in 1920, EVERY STEP IN CANNING: THE COLD PACK METHOD Is a treasure trove of food preservation and storage knowledge from our grandparents generation that is ripe for rediscovery by enlightened home gardeners today!< Less
Every Step in Canning: The Cold-Pack Method By Grace Viall Gray
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So you've planted your garden, worked hard all summer, and brought in a bumper crop of fresh, delicious, healthy – and perishable! – produce… Now what? Grace Viall Gray's classic... More > Every Step In Canning: The Cold-Pack Method holds the key to ensuring that your bountiful harvest blesses your family's dinner table all winter long! Learn tried and true methods for canning fruits, vegetables, meats and soups, making jellies, jams, fruit butters and marmalades, and even for curing, smoking and preserving meat, brining and pickling a variety of foods, and preserving eggs for use when the chickens stop laying. Plus, discover the best old world methods for safely storing fresh produce for use all winter without refrigeration or electricity! First published in 1920, Every Step In Canning: The Cold Pack Method is a treasure trove of food preservation and storage knowledge from our grandparents generation that is ripe for rediscovery by enlightened home gardeners today!< Less
Every Step in Canning: The Cold-Pack Method By Grace Viall Gray
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So you've planted your garden, worked hard all summer, and brought in a bumper crop of fresh, delicious, healthy – and perishable! – produce… Now what? Grace Viall Gray's classic... More > Every Step In Canning: The Cold-Pack Method holds the key to ensuring that your bountiful harvest blesses your family's dinner table all winter long! Learn tried and true methods for canning fruits, vegetables, meats and soups, making jellies, jams, fruit butters and marmalades, and even for curing, smoking and preserving meat, brining and pickling a variety of foods, and preserving eggs for use when the chickens stop laying. Plus, discover the best old world methods for safely storing fresh produce for use all winter without refrigeration or electricity! First published in 1920, Every Step In Canning: The Cold Pack Method is a treasure trove of food preservation and storage knowledge from our grandparents generation that is ripe for rediscovery by enlightened home gardeners today!< Less
Time Factor By Joseph Hughes
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Like being in a time machine, they are thrust backward 200 years. It was a time when electricity was known as a lightning bolt from the sky, or the spark from your finger. A time when transportation... More > was a horse, and you walk most places. Putting their trust in those around them, they ban together, and tried to survive by sharing resources. Their challenge was more than they would have ever imagined. Money was useless, and barter was the new currency. With each passing day, people worried more about their own survival than money. A can of beans or soup was the new currency. A small cabin with a woodstove was worth more than the nicest house with electric heat. Each passing day people become more desperate. Anarchy had replaced the calmness, and it was Insanity to go into a city. The cities where filled with pandemics, murderers, rapist, and robbers. Their lives would be at risk to go there.< Less
Time Factor By Joseph Hughes
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Like being in a time machine, they are thrust backward 200 years. A time when electricity was known as a lightning bolt from the sky, or the spark from your finger. A time when transportation was a... More > horse, and you walk most places. Putting their trust in those around them, they ban together, and tried to survive by sharing resources. Their challenge was more than they would have ever imagined. Money was useless, and barter was the new currency. With each passing day, people worried more about their own survival than money. A can of beans or soup was the new currency. A small cabin with a woodstove was worth more than the nicest house with electric heat. Each passing day people become more desperate. Anarchy had replaced the calmness, and it was Insanity to go into a city. The cities were where filled with pandemics, murderers, rapist, and robbers. Their lives would be at risk to go there.< Less
Time Factor By Joseph Hughes
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Like being in a time machine, they are thrust backward 200 years. It was a time when electricity was known as a lightning bolt from the sky, or the spark from your finger. A time when transportation... More > was a horse, and you walk most places. Putting their trust in those around them, they ban together, and tried to survive by sharing resources. Their challenge was more than they would have ever imagined. Money was useless, and barter was the new currency. With each passing day, people worried more about their own survival than money. A can of beans or soup was the new currency. A small cabin with a woodstove was worth more than the nicest house with electric heat. Each passing day people become more desperate. Anarchy had replaced the calmness, and it was Insanity to go into a city. The cities where filled with pandemics, murderers, rapist, and robbers. Their lives would be at risk to go there.< Less