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Cast Iron Skillet Recipes Vegetarian By Anis Khan
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Teresa Farney, a friend and food editor of the Colorado Springs Gazette, asks: “Do you really need to dish out hundreds of dollars for designer-label, high-end cookware when there’s good... More > old cast-iron around? Durable, functional, and relatively inexpensive, cast-iron has so much going for it, it’s a wonder more cooks don’t use it. Maybe it’s because cast-iron seems so old-fashioned compared to all the modern-looking $300-plus industrial cookware sets.” “Among its strengths is that the heavy metal retains heat well, which helps food cook quickly and evenly,” Farney adds. The reason many people say that they buy a large black skillet in the first place is because they remember their mom or grandmother using it to make the best fried chicken and wonderfully crusty loaves of breads. As a result of that weight—the cookware’s only major drawback—the pans take longer to heat up than, say, stainless steel or aluminum.< Less
Cast Iron Pam- Healthful Home Cooking By Pamela Warfield
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Cast Iron Home Cooking at its best! Enjoy a variety of healthy and tasty recipes.
Cast Iron Pam- Healthful Home Cooking By Pamela Warfield
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Cast Iron: The Arms Trail To Margaret Thatcher By Geoffrey Gilson
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When in November 1988 the author stood gazing down at the dead body of his best friend and British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s favorite speechwriter, Hugh John Simmonds CBE, he had no... More > idea he was about to be launched into an action-packed adventure through the hidden and dangerous world of secret societies, arms deals, high-level politics and covert intelligence ops. A rollercoaster ride that would uncover a trail of bribes arising from those same arms deals, and leading straight into the heart of the British Conservative Party, and back to Thatcher herself.< Less
Cast Iron: The Arms Trail to Margaret Thatcher By Geoffrey Gilson
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When in November 1988 the author stood gazing down at the dead body of his best friend and British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's favorite speechwriter, Hugh John Simmonds CBE, he had no idea he... More > was about to be launched into an action-packed adventure through the hidden and dangerous world of secret societies, arms deals, high-level politics and covert intelligence ops. A rollercoaster ride that would uncover a trail of bribes arising from those same arms deals, and leading straight into the heart of the British Conservative Party, and back to Thatcher herself.< Less
Emma's Cast Iron Skillet: Low country Recipes and Untold Stories By Sherman E. Pyatt
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This book explores various recipes that the author has prepared over the years. Also, it contains stories of his childhood and his adult life. Lastly, this work examines several aspects of healthy... More > eating.< Less
The Story of an African Farm By Ralph Iron
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"We must see the first images which the external world casts upon the dark mirror of his mind; or must hear the first words which awaken the sleeping powers of thought, and stand by his earliest... More > efforts, if we would understand the prejudices, the habits, and the passions that will rule his life. The entire man is, so to speak, to be found in the cradle of the child." Alexis de Tocqueville.< Less
The Story of an African Farm By Ralph Iron
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"We must see the first images which the external world casts upon the dark mirror of his mind; or must hear the first words which awaken the sleeping powers of thought, and stand by his earliest... More > efforts, if we would understand the prejudices, the habits, and the passions that will rule his life. The entire man is, so to speak, to be found in the cradle of the child." Alexis de Tocqueville.< Less
Use K. By Jon Irons
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Mistaken for a Thomas Wilkins, PhD., one Bostonian attracts the attention of the Milledge Foundation, a cult that believes the key to immorality lies somewhere in the structures of language. He... More > resists their indoctrination, but falls in love with Anna Green, the group's spiritual leader. Anna dares to question what she teaches. Cast out as a heretic, she flees the Foundation in disgust. Wilkins trails her through Nantes, Québec, and New York, where he encounters others - worshipers of the International Phonetic Alphabet, splinter cells of the Académie Française, savages from Iceland. If he weren't busy chasing his perfect woman, he might have time to question what is real. Anna certainly does. By the time Wilkins catches up to his idol, he notices startling changes in her behavior. She even speaks with books.< Less
Castes and Tribes of Southern India : Volume II (Illustrated) By Edgar Thurston
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Castes and Tribes of Southern India is a seven-volume book of social groups of Madras Presidency and the princely states of Travancore, Mysore, Coorg and Pudukkottai. “The practice of human... More > sacrifice, or Meriah rite, has been abolished within the memory of men still living, and replaced by the equally efficacious slaughter of a buffalo or sheep. And I have notes on a substituted ceremony, in which a sacrificial sheep is shaved so as to produce a crude representation of a human being, a Hindu sect mark painted on its forehead, a turban stuck on its head, and a cloth around its body. The picturesque, but barbaric ceremony of hook-swinging is now regarded with disfavour by Government, and, some time ago, I witnessed a tame substitute for the original ceremony, in which, instead of a human being with strong iron hooks driven through the small of his back, a little wooden figure, dressed up in turban and body cloth, and carrying a shield and sabre, was hoisted on high and swung round.”< Less