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Summer Party Cooking Recipes By John Fitzgerald
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Don't even consider having your next summer party until you have this book in you hand or on your computer these dish's and deserts will insure you have the best party ever
Summer Party Cooking Recipes By John Fitzgerald
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Don't even consider having your next summer party until you have this book in you hand or on your computer these dish's and deserts will insure you have the best party ever
Cook, Eat, Live Spring & Summer Cookbook By Tiffani Rozier
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Cook, Eat, Live is a cookbook inspired by a love affair with the local farmers' market, and the bounty I've discovered there. This cookbook is full of recipes just in time for the warmth of spring... More > and the lazy days of summer. Farmer's markets are full of charm, and they effervesce with organic energy. The landscape is continually changing, and there is always something new to experience. In a world where the magic has gone out of food, I believe the local farmers market is a wellspring of hope.< Less
Summer Party Cooking By olaf volling
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Summer Party Cooking Recipes on 73 Pages as pdf
Tamawaca Folks - A Summer Comedy By L. Frank Baum, John Estes Cooke
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“Tamawaca Folks” was published privately by L. Frank Baum under the pen name John Estes Cooke. It is a semi-fictional, semi-factural, account of the summer community located at Macatawa... More > Park, Michigan, where Baum purchased a summer home in 1900, with the proceeds from his first hit, Father Goose. He nicknamed the house "the Sign of the Goose" in honor of the book. The book concerns Jarrod, a lawyer, who comes to town for the summer. He purchases a house there, but soon learns that Tamawaca's current owners are corrupt. Wilder is an outgoing businessman, while his partner, Easton, is elderly and religious. Jarrod soon learns that the partners have double-sold some lots, built cottages in the middle of public streets, and have failed to clean up public lands or fix public streets. They charge the residents for all services, including water, electricity, grocery, and ferry transport. Jarrod organizes Tamawaca's cottage owners and they purchase the resort from Wilder and Easton.< Less
Tamawaca Folks - A Summer Comedy By L. Frank Baum, John Estes Cooke
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“Tamawaca Folks” was published privately by L. Frank Baum under the pen name John Estes Cooke. It is a semi-fictional, semi-factural, account of the summer community located at Macatawa... More > Park, Michigan, where Baum purchased a summer home in 1900, with the proceeds from his first hit, Father Goose. He nicknamed the house "the Sign of the Goose" in honor of the book. The book concerns Jarrod, a lawyer, who comes to town for the summer. He purchases a house there, but soon learns that Tamawaca's current owners are corrupt. Wilder is an outgoing businessman, while his partner, Easton, is elderly and religious. Jarrod soon learns that the partners have double-sold some lots, built cottages in the middle of public streets, and have failed to clean up public lands or fix public streets. They charge the residents for all services, including water, electricity, grocery, and ferry transport. Jarrod organizes Tamawaca's cottage owners and they purchase the resort from Wilder and Easton.< Less
Cook with Gas --- Cycling at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Women's cross-country By nobody special
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Cook with Gas --- Cycling at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Women's cross-country By Michael Mandiberg
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Wikipedia Table of Contents is a set of 84 books that list each article in the English Wikipedia,starting with "!" and ending with the symbol "Ͽ," with 10,785,779 titles in... More > between. The Wikipedia Table of Contents is accompanied by Print Wikipedia, a full set of 6,228 volumes that contain all of the entries in the encyclopedia. Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of one of the most extensive accumulations of human knowledge, as well as a poetic gesture towards the futility of the scale of big data: once a volume is printed it is already out of date. Built on possibly the largest appropriation ever made, it is also a work of absurdist poetry that draws attention to the sheer size of the book's content and the improbability of ever concretely rendering Wikipedia as a material object in tangible form. Print Wikipedia is designed, compiled and edited through software authored by Michael Mandiberg. The code is available here: https://github.com/mandiberg/printwikipedia< Less
Endless Summer By Michael Frankel
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In celebration of the approaching 21st century, the author joined the 46-foot ketch Hornblower II in a ‘round-the-world rally. The British-sponsored Millennium Odyssey started in 1998 with a... More > flame-lighting ceremony in the Old City of Jerusalem and ended on Easter Day 2000 at the Vatican. There, rally organizer Jimmy Cornell presented Pope John Paul II a lantern with the flame carried around the world from the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The author recounts his east-west voyage along the “coconut milk run” through the Panama Canal, across the Pacific, Indian, and South Atlantic oceans, then back to the Caribbean and Florida. Along the way, he reflects on the marine ecosystem, globalization, and the history of exploration starting with Marco Polo, Ibn Battuta, Zheng He, Magellan to Cook.< Less
Endless Summer By Michael Frankel
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In celebration of the approaching 21st century, the author joined the 46-foot ketch Hornblower II in a ‘round-the-world rally. The British-sponsored Millennium Odyssey started in 1998 with a... More > flame-lighting ceremony in the Old City of Jerusalem and ended on Easter Day 2000 at the Vatican. There, rally organizer Jimmy Cornell presented Pope John Paul II a lantern with the flame carried around the world from the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. The author recounts his east-west voyage along the “coconut milk run” through the Panama Canal, across the Pacific, Indian, and South Atlantic oceans, then back to the Caribbean and Florida. Along the way, he reflects on the marine ecosystem, globalization, and the history of exploration starting with Marco Polo, Ibn Battuta, Zheng He, Magellan to Cook.< Less