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To Smoke or Not To Smoke By Robin Lambert
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How to smoke fish, beef, game and poultry at home using a home smoker
To Smoke or Not To Smoke By Robin Lambert
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How to smoke fish, beef, game and poultry at home using a home smoker
Smoke and Miracles By M.C. Glynne
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When the crew of a commercial fishing trawler discovers a body sealed in a fifty-five-gallon drum, FBI Special Agent Daniel Kleison is sent to a small town in Arcadia, Michigan to determine the... More > juristiction of the crime. Evidence leads Agent Kelsion to suspect an unlikely and rather disturbing connection to an even bigger conspiracy involving the daunting prospect of murder hidden behind religion. He is joined by an outside consultant in his efforts to track down the suspects before any more murders can occur. In the meantime, strange phenomena begin that have everyone wondering if the victim might not be the cause of miracles.< Less
Not Taught! By Darwin Fish
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Those who truly love the Lord Jesus Christ believe the Bible. Yet, the Bible teaches some very unusual things, that is, unusual to the human mind (Isaiah 55:8-9). This book is filled with Biblical... More > teaching that is typically not taught in churches today. No doubt, many people will find these things quite strange, "unorthodox," or even heretical. Yet, they are clearly found in holy writ, and they are what any true church would not only believe, but preach, given they are aware of them (John 14:23). If you take an honest look, you may be surprised at what you'll find. This is the 3rd Edition with additional chapters.< Less
Not Taught! By Darwin Fish
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Those who truly love the Lord Jesus Christ believe the Bible. Yet, the Bible teaches some very unusual things, that is, unusual to the human mind (Isaiah 55:8-9). This book is filled with Biblical... More > teaching that is typically not taught in churches today. No doubt, many people will find these things quite strange, "unorthodox," or even heretical. Yet, they are clearly found in holy writ, and they are what any true church would not only believe, but preach, given they are aware of them (John 14:23). If you take an honest look, you may be surprised at what you'll find. This is the 3rd Edition with additional chapters.< Less
Not Taught! By Darwin Fish
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Those who truly love the Lord Jesus Christ believe the Bible. Yet, the Bible teaches some very unusual things, that is, unusual to the human mind (Isaiah 55:8-9). This book is filled with Biblical... More > teaching that is typically not taught in churches today. No doubt, many people will find these things quite strange, "unorthodox," or even heretical. Yet, they are clearly found in holy writ, and they are what any true church would not only believe, but preach, given they are aware of them (John 14:23). If you take an honest look, you may be surprised at what you'll find. This is the 4th Edition with additional chapters.< Less
Not Taught! By Darwin Fish
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Those who truly love the Lord Jesus Christ believe the Bible. Yet, the Bible teaches some very unusual things, that is, unusual to the human mind (Isaiah 55:8-9). This book is filled with Biblical... More > teaching that is typically not taught in churches today. No doubt, many people will find these things quite strange, "unorthodox," or even heretical. Yet, they are clearly found in holy writ, and they are what any true church would not only believe, but preach, given they are aware of them (John 14:23). If you take an honest look, you may be surprised at what you'll find.< Less
Quu-as Tips for Drying and Smoking Salmon By Uu-a-thluk (Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council Fisheries Department)
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In earlier times, Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations on Canada’s west coast depended on salmon more than any other species. With no freezers or canners available, Nuu-chah-nulth people devised ways... More > to dry fish to ensure food for the coming winters. Though some methods of preserving fish have changed, many Nuu-chah-nulth people still smoke and dry fish today. In this booklet, (part of a series about traditional, foods) learn what types of salmon are best for preserving, and how to preserve them by smoking and drying. The booklet also includes a traditional story and teachings for the community and classroom, along with selections from the Nuu-chah-nulth language. The Nuu-chah-nulth Traditional Foods Toolkit promotes the wisdom of Nuu-chah-nulth elders by recording and sharing their experiences, language, and knowledge regarding traditional foods. Proceeds from the sale of this booklet go towards education and training programs for children and others in Nuu-chah-nulth communities.< Less
Neither Fire, Fish Eyes nor Snakes By Robert Spreng
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This story is meaningful for older children or teenagers. In addition, First to Third Graders will enjoy the story when it is read to them. It is with a mixture of anxiety, embarrassment, and pride... More > that I recall the few weeks between my sixth birthday and the first day I attended First Grade in the Perrysburg Union School in Perrysburg, Ohio. The year was 1936, right in the middle of the Great Depression. I could hardly contain my eagerness to start the first grade. As soon as my parents began to teach me to read they were always telling me, “Bobby, you must get a very good education, it’s the only way you can be in control of your future.” However, nothing they could have done would have prepared me for the challenges I was going to face, getting into the school door for the very first time. Go to www.lulu.com/bobspreng for more Bob Spreng stories< Less
Neither Fire, Fish Eyes nor Snakes By Robert Spreng
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This story is meaningful for older children or teenagers. In addition, First to Third Graders will enjoy the story when it is read to them. It is with a mixture of anxiety, embarrassment, and pride... More > that I recall the few weeks between my sixth birthday and the first day I attended First Grade in the Perrysburg Union School in Perrysburg, Ohio. The year was 1936, right in the middle of the Great Depression. I could hardly contain my eagerness to start the first grade. As soon as my parents began to teach me to read they were always telling me, “Bobby, you must get a very good education, it’s the only way you can be in control of your future.” However, nothing they could have done would have prepared me for the challenges I was going to face, getting into the school door for the very first time. Go to www.lulu.com/bobspreng for more Bob Spreng stories< Less