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Nanny's "Secret" Recipes By Helen Simonich
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My Mother's recipes from Northern Minnesota. Includes hearty American as well as traditional Slovenian fare.
HUGINN 2.2 - Yule 2012 - Ethics & Virtues By Talas Pái
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HUGINN is named for Thought, especially thought that goes out into the world and transforms it. Likewise, the voices aired in HUGINN are those which Heathenry needs most now: of faith, of... More > exploration, of mysticism, of global community, of experience, of experimentation, of radicalism, of aggressive acceptance of those the gods themselves choose. This issue discusses ETHICS & VIRTUES in Heathenry: ethical gods from Tyr and Thor to Odin and Loki; Hávamál to the Nine Noble Virtues; Pagan ethics, Thelemic laws; living your values; pushing the limits. Is there room for situational ethics and moral relativism in modern Heathenry, or is the righteous way clear? ETHICS & VIRTUES includes essays, poetry and reviews from Michaela Macha, C. James Aronen, Ljót Lokadis, Damian Kemp, A.J. Thorsson, Maris Pái and more!< Less
Akeld United Kingdom By Michael Verrett
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Springtime in northern England, the hamlet of Akeld nestled in the Cheviot Hills is a bucolic resort of Tolkien cottages and natural beauty that rivals any spot on the planet. On the north western... More > side of Northumberland the ancient land holds onto local traditions for hundreds of years.< Less
Bones In the Dam By Terrance Lane Millet
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Finn is a family man with a teaching career at a sleepy university in southern Ontario. Every year, he’s compelled to abandon his family and spend the summer fighting fires in northern Ontario,... More > manning the same Bell HU-1 Iroquois helicopters he flew in combat. Set against the backdrop of Lake Nipissing and the rugged taiga of the Hudson Basin, Bones in the Dam delivers a penetrating look at the struggles a Canadian veteran faces after returning from war. As a young husband and father, Finn cannot acknowledge the toll his service has taken on him. In fact, he misses the clamor of battle. He pines for it; he’s a man torn between the needs of his family and the need to relive the trauma of war. Bones in the Dam also addresses a crisis of modern masculinity: the relationship between fathers and sons and the challenges men face getting in touch with new roles as they move from the traditional to the modern. Finn is of a generation caught between.< Less
50 Years of Adventures, Debacles and Achievements: Hardcover By Dom Nozzi
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The story of Dom Nozzi's life. Growing up in Rochester, New York, where he learned about females, sports, and being raised by wonderful parents. One of his greatest achievements was to obtain a... More > Master's Degree in town planning (he also has a BS in Environmental Science). He went on to write long-range plans for Gainesville, Florida, as well as land development regulations in his 20 years there as a senior planner. His passions in town planning include urban design, compact & walkable design, transportation choice, and timeless traditional design. Dom is proud to call himself a New Urbanist, and has authored two books about transportation, town design & quality of life (Road to Ruin, and The Car is the Enemy of the City). After retiring young, Dom moved to Boulder, Colorado. Dom is an avid skier, hiker, bicyclist, writer, reader, chef, dancer, speaker, and kayaker. This memoir concludes by describing many of Dom's most important life lessons.< Less
50 Years of Adventures, Debacles and Achievements: Paperback By Dom Nozzi
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The story of Dom Nozzi's life. Growing up in Rochester, New York, where he learned about females, sports, and being raised by wonderful parents. One of his greatest achievements was to obtain a... More > Master's Degree in town planning (he also has a BS in Environmental Science). He went on to write long-range plans for Gainesville, Florida, as well as land development regulations in his 20 years there as a senior planner. His passions in town planning include urban design, compact & walkable design, transportation choice, and timeless traditional design. Dom is proud to call himself a New Urbanist, and has authored two books about transportation, town design & quality of life (Road to Ruin, and The Car is the Enemy of the City). After retiring young, Dom moved to Boulder, Colorado. Dom is an avid skier, hiker, bicyclist, writer, reader, chef, dancer, speaker, and kayaker. This memoir concludes by describing many of Dom's most important life lessons.< Less
Yule Coloring Book By Heather Magallanes
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In northern Europe, many other traditions that we now consider part of Christian worship were begun long before the participants had ever heard of Christ. The pagans of northern Europe celebrated the... More > their own winter solstice, known as Yule.< Less
A Question of Identity By Brian Haymes
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Former UK Baptist College (Northern and Bristol) Principal Dr Brian Haymes examines four themes relating to Baptist Principles - The True Church, Questions of Authority, The Tradition of Dissent and... More > the Meaning of Right Belief.< Less
Bones in the Dam By Terrance Lane Millet
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Finn is a family man with a teaching career at a sleepy university in southern Ontario. Every year, he’s compelled to abandon his family and spend the summer fighting fires in northern Ontario,... More > manning the same Bell HU-1 Iroquois helicopters he flew in combat. Set against the backdrop of Lake Nipissing and the rugged taiga of the Hudson Basin, Bones in the Dam delivers a penetrating look at the struggles a Canadian veteran faces after returning from war. As a young husband and father, Finn cannot acknowledge the toll PTSD has taken on him. In fact, he misses the clamor of battle. He pines for it; he’s a man torn between the needs of his family and the need to relive the trauma of war. Bones in the Dam also addresses the crisis of modern masculinity: the relationship between fathers and sons and the challenges men face getting in touch with new roles as they move from the traditional to the modern. Finn is of a generation caught between.< Less
Ancient Chiang Mai Volume 1 By Andrew Forbes & David Henley
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The beautiful old walled city of Chiang Mai, set amid the forested mountains and fertile valleys of northern Thailand, is the historic capital of the former Lan Na Kingdom. Founded in 1296 by King... More > Mangrai the Great, it did not become fully part of Thailand until 1939, and even today the region retains a distinctly different character, with its own language, culture, cuisine and even temperament. Although around 40 times smaller than Bangkok, Chiang Mai remains the nation's cultural capital, as well as its most attractive and historically significant city. The authors have both lived in Chiang Mai for more than twenty years together with their Thai families, and consider Chiang Mai to be their home. In 2005 they began writing a series of articles entitled 'Ancient Chiang Mai' examining the history, culture and traditions of Chiang Mai and of its graceful and friendly people, the Northern Thais. The present study brings together 'Ancient Chiang Mai' articles 1-12, all published in 2005.< Less

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