This cookbook includes over 500 recipes using marshmallow as the ingredient. It gives you step by step instructions for preparing your favorite marshmallow dishes you can enjoy at any time. Whether... More > cooking for your family or preparing for a gathering, this cookbook is an indispensable part of your recipe collection.
Here are some sample recipes from this cookbook: Caramel Marshmallow Buttons， Chocolate Chip Marshmallow Bars, Chocolate Marshmallow Candy, Chocolate Marshmallow Puffs, Coconut Marshmallow Cream Meringue Pie, Heavenly Marshmallow Salad, Homemade Marshmallows, Marshmallow Apple Pie, Marshmallow Fondant, Marshmallow Graham Dessert, Marshmallow Jell-O Salad, Marshmallow Peanut Butter Dip, Marshmallow Popcorn Balls, Marshmallow Treats, Marshmallow and Lime Gelatin Salad, Peanut Butter Marshmallow Squares, Peppermint Marshmallows, Pumpkin Marshmallows, Strawberry Marshmallow Frosting, Sweet Potato Pie with Marshmallow Meringue, Twice-Baked Sweet Potatoes with Mini Marshmallows and many more recipes.< Less
This is the way to break the junk food habit and bring children to willingly and joyfully eating healthy:
• See the joy and delight in the eyes of children as they are served meals they have... More > helped in creating that actually look like characters that they know.
• Utilizing hunger to develop motor skills by arranging food in a creative and organized matter also develops self-sufficiency and confidence.
• The ingredients used in the Let’s Play With Food recipes are easily obtained at local super and farmer’s markets, including fresh seasonal produce that is naturally gluten, dairy, sugar and guilt free.
• In easy to eat servings of delicious foods that are void of empty calories and provide maximum health and energy Let’s Play With Food teaches basic nutrition by color.
• The Let’s Play With Food – Celebrate the Seasons how-to-guide breaks down each recipe for an adult (parent, baby sitter or care provider) to easily organize the preparation of the food to be made for and with children.< Less
As far as we know, this is the first coven cookbook. For thirty plus years, we have been doing ritual – and cooking – together. We're Prodea, “for the Goddess.” With our roots... More > in modern Wicca, the ancient Paganisms of both the Old and New Worlds, and our beloved land of the Sky Waters, we have amassed a vast wealth of lore to further our vision: recipes, stories, and traditions, some of which we now share with you. Welcome to our witches' kitchen.
Poet, scholar and storyteller Steven Posch was raised in the hardwood forests of western Pennsylvania by white-tailed deer. (That's the story, anyway.) He emigrated to Paganistan in 1979 and by sheer dint of personality has become one of Lake Country's foremost men-in-black.
Historian and ethicist Magenta Griffith has been widely published in the Pagan media. Yet another immigrant to the confluence of the Minnesota and Mississippi rivers, she fell in love with Minnehaha Falls when she first saw it. And, yes the name is from Rocky Horror.< Less
This booklet tells of a culture that can’t be found in anthropological texts, but which lives on a daily basis in this area North East of Milan. In short, for once it doesn’t talk about... More > the things that they need (or rather that they have every right to) but of what they can teach us right now if they had the chance, because they are here among us.
Practical evidence: I am sure that all of you (even those who can’t stand gypsies) are interested in knowing something about STAYING HEALTHY and FOOD. You will see that even an old Roma grandmother can teach us something.
THAT’S THE FIRST REASON. The second is that this family, who live nearby today (possibly with something to teach us), tomorrow are somewhere else teaching someone else.
The third point, which is just as interesting, is GAINING SOMETHING (you as much as Maria and her family). We are not asking for charity but for shared respect.< Less