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Two Men Fought (hb) By Victor Canning
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Story of a feud crossing three generations in a Cornish fishing village, set before and after the Great War.
Two Men Fought (pb) By Victor Canning
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The first book by Victor Canning using the pen name Alan Gould, this is the story of a feud between two boys which persists through adolescence, marriage and a failed business partnership, spanning... More > the years 1900 to 1930, set on the south coast of Cornwall. There are some magnificent descriptions of the scenery and wildlife of the area.< Less
Two Men Fought By Alan Gould, Victor Canning
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The first book by Victor Canning using the pen name Alan Gould, this is the story of a feud between two boys which persists through adolescence, marriage and a failed business partnership, spanning... More > the years 1900 to 1930, set on the south coast of Cornwall. There are some magnificent descriptions of the scenery and wildlife of the area.< Less
THE BACK PORCH DOOR By for Randell Lee Midkiff AKA Shadow Cloud, by Allena Faye Dulaney
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I heard it squeak, long before daylight. And in the distance, I could hear the sound of the cow bells, and I knew Grandfather was on his way to do morning milking. The cows would be waiting on him... More > at the barn. The back porch door had been the give-away, to many a morning, Grandfather had tried to slip away, and not take me with him.< Less
The Multifaceted Carp By Henry W. Quade
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Mankato, Minnesota had a “moment on stage” as a result of local entrepreneur, Armin Kleinschmidt’s, idea that canned carp could provide a delicious and valuable food source for the... More > military and civilian citizenry during WWII. He took his idea from a spark to an operating business within an unprecedented few months. The history of carp in this country has been a series of swings from respect to disdain. First introduced into US waters by the government as a popular immigrant food source, today carp is considered by some a valuable recreational and food resource and by others a pest and a danger to the environment. Here the author gives us a historical perspective on carp, details the history of Mankato’s carp canning venture and discusses environmental impacts and entrepreneurial ventures regarding carp today.< Less
Čamus: West Coast Cooking Nuu-chah-nulth Style eBook By Uu-a-thluk (Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council Fisheries Department)
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In Camus, (pronounced “chum-us”) First Nations families from the west coast of Vancouver Island and northern Washington share the wisdom and riches of their traditional territories.... More > Marrying modern and traditional cuisine with community cooking tips, cultural observations, and oral history anecdotes, Camus features wild and purchased ingredients for a mouthwatering read. Instructions include how to prepare wild foods such as fish, kelp, berries, and fowl. The cookbook also explores the First Nations art of how to “butterfly” a salmon, how to can fish, as well as recipes for marinated seaweed, steam pit cooking, smoked fish, and shellfish. Wholeheartedly endorsed by Nuu-chah-nulth hereditary chiefs, Camus illuminates a way of eating while promoting a healthy lifestyle. Proceeds from the sales of this book will go to supporting capacity building programs for youth and others in Nuu-chah-nulth Nations.< Less
Čamus: West Coast Cooking Nuu-chah-nulth Style By Uu-a-thluk (Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council Fisheries Department)
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In Camus, (pronounced “chum-us”) First Nations families from the west coast of Vancouver Island and northern Washington share the wisdom and riches of their traditional territories.... More > Marrying modern and traditional cuisine with community cooking tips, cultural observations, and oral history anecdotes, Camus features wild and purchased ingredients for a mouthwatering read. Instructions include how to prepare wild foods such as fish, kelp, berries, and fowl. The cookbook also explores the First Nations art of how to “butterfly” a salmon, how to can fish, as well as recipes for marinated seaweed, steam pit cooking, smoked fish, and shellfish. Wholeheartedly endorsed by Nuu-chah-nulth hereditary chiefs, Camus illuminates a way of eating while promoting a healthy lifestyle. Proceeds from the sales of this book will go to supporting capacity building programs for youth and others in Nuu-chah-nulth Nations.< Less
Bicentennial Cookbook By Gloria Trombly
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The Trombly Homestead Bicentennial Cookbook contains over 200 recipes prepared with love from Gloria Trombly's kitchen. Inside this book you'll find recipes for everything from Cheesy Potato Soup to... More > Nuts n Bolts. You will also find family favorites and dishes served in the Trombly homestead for generations.< Less
Don't Tell Mom By Richard Baker
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Come on, take off your shoes and socks. Stick them in this hedge. No one will see them. Walk with me barefoot through that fresh plowed field and feel the soft warm moist soil cuddle your feet. Who... More > ever said that lightning doesn't strike twice in the same place has never been down to the Allen's house. Meet Doug Don, his pigs, his horse and his old wooden garbage wagon. Walk through the woods, swim in the Cass River and move the outhouse back, but don't tell Mom. Catch the Fireflies. Watch them crank the Gas up to the top of the pump into that glass holder before it goes into the tank of that old square backed car. Pull Pea Vines off the truck on its way to Clark Canning Company. Nothing tastes as good as fresh raw Pea's, but don't tell Mom. Then after our trip is through, we will pull our shoes and socks out of the hedge and put them on before we go home, but don't tell Mom. And when she says, "I don't how you get your feet so dirty," don't tell Mom!< Less
Don't Tell Mom By Richard Baker
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Come on, take off your shoes and socks. Stick them in this hedge. No one will see them. Walk with me barefoot through that fresh plowed field and feel the soft warm moist soil cuddle your feet. Who... More > ever said that lightning doesn't strike twice in the same place has never been down to the Allen's house. Meet Doug Don, his pigs, his horse and his old wooden garbage wagon. Walk through the woods, swim in the Cass River and move the outhouse back, but don't tell Mom. Catch the Fireflies. Watch them crank the Gas up to the top of the pump into that glass holder before it goes into the tank of that old square backed car. Pull Pea Vines off the truck on its way to Clark Canning Company. Nothing tastes as good as fresh raw Pea's, but don't tell Mom. Then after our trip is through, we will pull our shoes and socks out of the hedge and put them on before we go home, but don't tell Mom. And when she says, "I don't how you get your feet so dirty," don't tell Mom!< Less