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Crispy crisps By Jose D PEREZGONZALEZ (2012)
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PEREZGONZALEZ Jose D (2012). Crispy crisps. The Balanced Nutrition Index (ISSN 1177-8849), 2012, issue 7. This issue of the BNI™ is a supporting document for a research on the nutritional... More > balance of extruded snacks. [See BNI™ database at]< Less
Mouth-Watering Apple Recipes By Adam K Randle
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Apples are famously good for us. How often have you heard that "an apple a day keeps the doctor away"? Apples are delightfully crisp and juicy. Many varieties are available year-round. An... More > apple makes an ideal after-school snack, requiring no preparation other than a quick wash. Baked into pies or cobblers, apples rank high among comfort foods. In short, it's hard to find anything negative to say about this justly popular fruit. What may surprise you is just how many benefits apples offer. The range is truly impressive. Apple is one of our most versatile fruits, they are delicious eaten fresh, used in salads, or baked in desserts, and they go nicely with meats like chicken, veal and pork and vegetables like cabbage and sweet potatoes. Here are some recipes inside the book: Apple Crisp, Apple Charlotte, Apple Custard, Apple Sauce, Apple Dumplings, Apple Jelly, Apple Omelet, Apple Filling, Apple Shake, Apple Soup, Apple Toast, Dutch Apple Pudding, Irish Apple Pie and many more recipes...< Less
Why Buy Local? By Middle School Photography Students from University School of Nashville
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Why Buy Local? is a look at the importance of purchasing more of our food from local growers. Middle school photography students from University School of Nashville visited the Nashville Farmers'... More > Market to document the lush visual array of fruits and vegetables available on a crisp fall day, interview the farmers and vendors, and learn more about the Local Food movement.< 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:< Less
A Crash Course On How to Grow Carrots By Jeremy Jackson
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A Crash Course on How to Grow Carrots The carrot is a root vegetable, usually orange in colour, though purple, red, white, and yellow varieties exist. It has a crisp texture when fresh. The most... More > commonly eaten part of a carrot is a taproot, although the greens are sometimes eaten as well. It is a domesticated form of the wild carrot Daucus carota, native to Europe and southwestern Asia. The domestic carrot has been selectively bred for its greatly enlarged and more palatable, less woody-textured edible taproot. The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) reports that world production of carrots and turnips (these plants are combined by the FAO for reporting purposes) for calendar year 2011 was almost 35.658 million tonnes. This book covers several topics including: - Nutrition Information - Climate & Growing Conditions - How to Prepare the Garden Soil - How to Plant - How to Water and so much more!< Less
German Recipes: The Authentic Cooking Experience By Monica Thomas
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German cuisine has evolved through centuries of social and political changes with variations from region to region. In Germany, port, beef and poultry are the most popular meat consumed. Vegetables... More > are often used in stews or vegetable soups, but are also served as side dishes. German cuisine also has tasty desserts and wonderful breads. This cookbook is a collection of over 300 authentic German recipes. It contains the traditional German dishes as well as modern favorites. It also includes recipes from many different German regions. With this cookbook, you are sure to impress your family and friends. Here are some sample recipes in this cookbook: Apple Strudel, Baltic German Beet Relish, Bavarian Potato Salad, Bavarian Veal with Asparagus , Boiled Red Cabbage, Braised Knuckles of Pork with Apples, Chicken and Country Ham Deep Dish Pie, Classic German Burgers, Crisp German Meatballs, Frankfurter Sausage, German Anise Christmas Cookies, German Beef Rolls, Grilled Herb Schnitzel and many more.< Less
Building Your Own Greenhouse By Max Clarke
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Can you picture youself biting into fresh, juicy tomatoes 365 days a year! Or, how about a crisp leafy salad from freshly picked vegetables in December, or June if you are "down... More > under!" Maybe you are someone who enjoys fresh cut flowers year around. Whatever your interest you need to realize that fresh fruits, vegetables and flowers year around are a real possibility. If you are an avid gardener and have always dreamed of taking your gardening to the next level, you really need to take a look at "The Complete Guide to Building Your Own Greenhouse." Not only is it a possibility you can make it your reality. Even if you are a "budding" gardener (pardon the pun) and your gardening skills are relatively basic you can learn how to build your own personal greenhouse. Written in plain english, "The Complete Guide to Building Your Own Greenhouse" user friendly and written in basic terms. But don't take our word for it, check it out for yourself. You senses will be glad you did!< Less

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