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THE PARIS CAFÉS By Compiled by Edith Molina
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THE PARIS CAFÉS is a compilation from works by GILMAN C. FISHER, Published in Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science in 1877 and WILLIAM H. UKERS, All About Coffee, Published... More > in 1922. Includes: The introduction of coffee into Paris by Thévenot in 1657—How Soliman Aga established the custom of coffee drinking at the court of Louis XIV—Opening of the first coffee houses—How the French adaptation of the Oriental coffee house first appeared in the real French café of François Procope—Important part played by the coffee houses in the development of French literature and the stage—Their association with the Revolution and the founding of the Republic—Quaint customs and patrons—Historic Parisian cafés. Black and white illustrated.< Less
THE PARIS CAFÉS By Compiled by Edith Molina
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THE PARIS CAFÉS is a compilation from works by GILMAN C. FISHER, Published in Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science in 1877 and WILLIAM H. UKERS, All About Coffee, Published... More > in 1922. Includes: The introduction of coffee into Paris by Thévenot in 1657—How Soliman Aga established the custom of coffee drinking at the court of Louis XIV—Opening of the first coffee houses—How the French adaptation of the Oriental coffee house first appeared in the real French café of François Procope—Important part played by the coffee houses in the development of French literature and the stage—Their association with the Revolution and the founding of the Republic—Quaint customs and patrons—Historic Parisian cafés. Black and white illustrated.< Less
Clowns Café and other stories By Susan Biver
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These short stories are of unusual variety, in their situations, events, and characters. You will meet holiday-makers, head-hunters, school-teachers, madrigal singers, small children, various... More > animals. You will find yourself in a police station, a French chateau, a Tokyo bar, a hospital, a poky Riviera flat, a country church, an island in the Far East Some of the stories will make you smile; some may move you; others are sure to give you food for thought. A literate and entertaining collection.< Less
At the Beach Café, Poems 1991-2009 By Carmel Dylan
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At the Beach Café, Poems 1991-2009, is a collection of over 40 poems written and performed in beach cafés in California, the French Riviera, and on the French island chains. It is an... More > eclectic and penetrating situational study of island lifestyles. Motifs of love, integrity, art and war are interwoven in the text.< Less
At the Beach Cafe Poems 1991-2009 3rd Edition By Carmel Dylan
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At the Beach Café, Poems 1991-2009 is a collection of over 40 poems, written and performed at beach cafés in California, on the French Riviera and on the French island chains. It is an... More > eclectic and penetrating situational study of island lifestyles. Motifs of love, integrity, art and war are interwoven in the text. This edition is a 6"x9" book.< Less
This is Paris By Tara Lynne Groth
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Tara Lynne Groth is a freelance writer based out of North Carolina, and no, she does not own a black turtleneck. She holds a B.A. in cultural studies from Stony Brook University and received a... More > scholarship in 2009 to attend the Southampton Writers Conference. It was her lifelong dream to visit Paris, France and in May 2010 that dream was realized. From watching a bum sipping Perrier to questioning the whereabouts of Venus de Milo's arms and hands, the poems are meant to probe and capture pieces of Paris' energy. This book is a result of her travels and 4+ hour cafe visits.< Less
Great Outdoors Secret Recipes (PDF) By John Hollingsworth
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Recipes Include: Great Outdoors Artichoke Dip, Floridian Salad, Poppy Seed Dressing, French Onion Soup, Great Outdoors Popcorn Mix, Greek Quiche, Salmon/Mushroom Quiche, Vegetable Quiche, Blueberry... More > Muffins, Banana Nut Bread, Greek Dip, Hot Crap Dip, Southwestern Cheese Dip, Sundried Tomato Spread, Mediterranean Adventure Salad, Tofu Dressing, Ichetucknee Splash, Raspberry Bran Muffins, Santa Fe Sizzler, Great Outdoors Tofu Marinade, The Tallahassee, The Caver, “Bleu” Springs Roast Beef, Original Bleu Cheese Dressing, River Runners Reuben, Homemade Thousand Island, Tuber’s Tuna, Secret Blackening Seasoning, Crab Stuffed Jalapeno Fritters, Great Outdoors Ranch Dressing, Vegetarian Café Lasagna, Great Outdoors Marinara Sauce, Szechuan Eggplant, Great Outdoors Szechuan Sauce, and Homemade Apple Crisp. More info: cafepress.com/greatcafe< Less
Listening to Van Gogh By James Stevens
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They came to France to cruise the Rhone River through Provence on a private, luxurious river boat. It was to be a voyage of discovery, a cruise through the heartland of the French countryside, with... More > visits to the river villages and towns that inspired the great artists of the19th century. The travelers would discover the delights of Provencal cooking, tour the hills of Lyon, see an ancient Papal Palace, and walk the ancient cobbled streets of beautiful Arles, where Vincent Van Gogh painted so many of his masterpieces of Impressionism. Along the way, the passengers also discover each other, as they share the stories of their lives and dreams. At the end of the voyage, they realize the retirement years can be a time of a joyful self-discovery for those who seek it.< Less
Listening to Van Gogh By James Stevens
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They came to France to cruise the Rhone River through Provence on a private, luxurious river boat. It was to be a voyage of discovery, a cruise through the heartland of the French countryside, with... More > visits to the river villages and towns that inspired the great artists of the19th century. The travelers would discover the delights of Provencal cooking, tour the hills of Lyon, see an ancient Papal Palace, and walk the ancient cobbled streets of beautiful Arles, where Vincent Van Gogh painted so many of his masterpieces of Impressionism. Along the way, the passengers also discover each other, as they share the stories of their lives and dreams. At the end of the voyage, they realize the retirement years can be a time of a joyful self-discovery for those who seek it.< Less
ROSE, MA PETITE By Walker Jackson
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A woman reader said, "I couldn't put it down. I read it over and over again. “Rose, Ma Petite" is a heartwarming saga about an incredible woman set in nineteenth century Paris, New... More > Orleans and the Atlantic Ocean. Readers admire her nature, envy her beauty and marvel at her adventures. ROSE RÉNAUD comes to Paris in 1863 seeking fame and fortune: a certainty with her beauty and brains. She’s a fledgling and pure as Mary, but she becomes a beloved tease in Paris’ sidewalk cafés. Paris is obsessed with diversity. It has never been so naughty and delightful, and Emperor Louis Napoleon III is the trendsetter. Sitting in a sidewalk café with brother MAURICE, influential FRANÇOISE HAUSMAN and her French Poodle stroll by. Peppé pulls free. Maurice chases, captures and returns him. The Renauds' indigent lives are changed forever. It’s a beautiful rags to riches story.< Less