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Learn Cooking By eman qane3
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To all lovers of cooking and to all those who wish to get the recipe right and the easy way and the delicious cuisine and feel for all tested types of savory dishes salty and sweet My book will... More > teach you and makes you cooking contest Cooking is an art and a special taste Let's professionalism together< Less
LEARNING HOW TO COOK By kate powell shine
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Learn, Laugh, Cook By Mandy B. Fernandez
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Want to hear about one woman's infatuation with potatoes? Or about how a cook turned a barf bin into a measuring cup? Do you want to lighten up and strengthen your everyday recipes? How can you... More > improve common meals like enchiladas, pastas, casseroles, pancakes, muffins, cookies and more? Find out all of these things in the cookbook entitled "Learn, Laugh, Cook." Author Mandy B. Fernandez says, “Cooking is a chore that most of us have to do on a regular basis. I wanted to make cooking more fun and meaningful for myself and my family. Therefore, I changed my attitude, altered my eating habits, used the resources I had and created some terrific meals. This cookbook is my insight on how I learned to prepare better meals, how I laughed at myself along the way and how I cooked traditional recipes in new and improved ways.”< Less
cross cooking & learning By People of Europe
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This recipe book is an international delight! It was born out of a wish to ensure the continuation of traditional cooking and a need to find new ways to collect and record traditional knowledge. To... More > achieve these aims each of the participating countries set up four cooking groups in their regions. We made friends across the generations and across borders and got to understand the idea of Europe a little better.< Less
cross cooking & learning By People of Europe
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This recipe book is an international delight! It was born out of a wish to ensure the continuation of traditional cooking and a need to find new ways to collect and record traditional knowledge. To... More > achieve these aims each of the participating countries set up four cooking groups in their regions. We made friends across the generations and across borders and got to understand the idea of Europe a little better.< Less
Kuwait Cook Book Learn To Cook Middle Eastern By Patricia Sue McDonald
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Kuwait Cook Book Learn To Cook Middle Eastern is ever family and professional cooks guide book. If you like to experiment and love to cook this guide is for you. It contains actionable recipes, with... More > ingredients, descriptions, pictures of the dishes. Surprise your family, your friends with your new middle eastern dishes that everyone will love.< Less
Learn Cook By Eman Qane3
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To all lovers of cooking and to all those who wish to get the recipe right and the easy way and the delicious cuisine and feel for all tested types of savory dishes salty and sweet My book will... More > teach you and makes you cooking contest Cooking is an art and a special taste Let's professionalism together< Less
How Harry Cook Learned to Draw By Tom Richardson
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In 1897 a young student at Dartmouth College studied free-hand drawing and made this journal. His drawings are supplemented by lessons from the time that he used as examples to copy. A interesting... More > window into how drawing was taught 100 years ago and the high value placed on it as a way of thinking visually in preparation for other careers, such as science or engineering. This book consists of a student journal drawn by Harry Irving Cook and examples of lessons and engravings published in a book called Chapman's American Drawing Book. The illustrations in this book could easily provide the basis for a modern course in drawing. You could use them as examples of forms to draw or even as a pattern book to copy. Each drawing is done in pen and ink with no mistakes or erasures so a good deal of practice preceded the making of this journal. Each exercise builds on the other and demonstrates a growing mastery of the art of drawing.< Less
How Harry Cook Learned to Draw By Tom Richardson
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In 1897 a young student at Dartmouth College studied free-hand drawing and made this journal. His drawings are supplemented by lessons from the time that he used as examples to copy. A interesting... More > window into how drawing was taught 100 years ago and the high value placed on it as a way of thinking visually in preparation for other careers, such as science or engineering. This book consists of a student journal drawn by Harry Irving Cook and examples of lessons and engravings published in a book called Chapman's American Drawing Book. The illustrations in this book could easily provide the basis for a modern course in drawing. You could use them as examples of forms to draw or even as a pattern book to copy. Each drawing is done in pen and ink with no mistakes or erasures so a good deal of practice preceded the making of this journal. Each exercise builds on the other and demonstrates a growing mastery of the art of drawing.< Less
Mom's Dead and I Never Learned to Cook By Twyla Cork
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The "Mom's Dead and I Never Learned to Cook!" book is easy to read and easy to follow. Twyla Cork and Tippi Tayu understand the tragedy of not only being orphaned too soon, but also the... More > horrible feeling of being domestically inadequate. The recipes found here are easy to make (Ma was apparently just guiltin' us into thinking she was toiling so!). You will remember some of these recipes fondly, some not so much. Either way, you'll create some meals and memories that are fabulous for both body and soul. Cmon, admit it. No matter what those crazy health care providers say, processed cheese is good for you. Please enjoy yourself without guilt. As my Mom used to say, "Eat up! Don't you know that there are people starving in Pocatello?!"< Less