Bienvenue à Lisbonne
Author: Sylvie Da Silva
Plus de 60 recettes d'une cuisine, entre mer et terre, savoureuse, accessible et terriblement attachante ! Partez en expédition culinaire avec Sylvie Da Silva dans cette ville à l’esprit bohème où riment douceur de vivre, authenticité et générosité. Là-bas, la cuisine est reine et toutes les occasions sont bonnes pour se réunir autour d’un bon repas. Découvrez sa cuisine de comptoir en picorant des chaussons aux crevettes dans le quartier de la Baixa. Attablez-vous autour d’un sauté de veau à la lisboète dans la pénombre d’une taverne. Discutez du prochain match du Benfica en dégustant une cassolette de coques. Apprenez à cuisiner la reine Morue sous toutes ses formes et finissez en douceur par un pastel de nata accompagné d’un bon café...
Ah la Suisse ! Ses montagnes, son air pur, son chocolat et ses banques. En Suisse, les salaires les plus bas tournent autour des 3 000 €, il n’y a quasiment pas de chômage, et puis c’est propre et l’on s’y sent en sécurité. Les hommes politiques ont l’air moins corrompus qu’ailleurs et la population bénéfi cie d’une démocratie directe grâce aux votations.Ce serait presque le paradis. Presque... Parce que, si on y regarde de plus près, on constate que les Français qui vivent là-bas sont victimes d’un sentiment diffus, qui n’ose pas dire son nom : le racisme ? Se moquer des « frouzes », comme les Suisses les nomment, n’est plus un tabou, c’est même devenu tendance. Et ces moqueries se sont carrément transformées en haine à l’égard des frontaliers. L’Eldorado suisse a fait long feu et les Français en paient les frais.
Author: Sandra Salmandjee
This cookbook is as colorful as the Indian culture itself and invites you on a journey through Indian culinary culture.
Forget conventional travel guides and discover the "real" New York! Whether you are already a fan or on your first trip to the Big Apple, this book will (re)kindle your love for the city that never sleeps. It will introduce you to a New York that is as unique and diverse as its wide array of neighbourhoods and local treasures. Journalist Marie-Joëlle Parent shares her best New York finds: where to grab a quick bite to eat or sip a Cosmopolitan; how to find a reasonably-priced hotel room; the best spots to watch the sunset and get a shot of the Brooklyn Bridge; the best clothing stores, and where to run into the city's most colourful characters. An invitation to experience the city in a distinctive and authentic way--far from the throngs of tourists--this guide shows you how to live like a real New Yorker.
Author: Clotilde Dusoulier
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
Tasting Paris features new and classic French recipes and cooking techniques that will demistify the art of French cooking and transport your dinner guests to Paris. Whether you have experienced the charm of Paris many times or dream of planning your first trip, here you will find the food that makes this city so beloved. Featuring classic recipes like Roast Chicken with Herbed Butter and Croutons, and Profiteroles, as well as newer dishes that reflect the way Parisians eat today, such as Ratatouille Pita Sandwich with Chopped Eggs and Tahini Sauce and Spiralized Zucchini Salad with Peach and Green Almonds. With 100 recipes, 125 evocative photographs, and native Parisian Clotilde Dusoulier’s expertise, Tasting Paris transports you to picnicking along the Seine, shopping the robust open-air markets, and finding the best street food—bringing the flavors and allure of this favorite culinary destination to your very own kitchen.
Author: Peter Eisenman, Rem Koolhaas, Brett Steele, Architectural Association (Great Britain)
Publisher: Architectural Association
In January 2006 Peter Eisenman joined Rem Koolhaas at the Architectural Association for an evening of conversation about architecture, ideology, and the city. Their dialogue forms the basis for the first volume of AA Words, a series emphasizing the written word as the basis for critical debate by contemporary architects and theorists. Each architect states his views about the terms of architecture, including its theories and relationship to the city and other forms of critical and cultural practice. As a coda to the conversation, the book includes contributions by Jeffrey Kipnis, Robert E. Somol, and Brett Steele, who offer their personal interpretations of the critical practices of Eisenman and Koolhaas.
Science and Empires
Author: P. Petitjean, Catherine Jami, A.M. Moulin
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
SCIENCE AND EMPIRES: FROM THE INTERNATIONAL COLLOQUIUM TO THE BOOK Patrick PETITJEAN, Catherine JAMI and Anne Marie MOULIN The International Colloquium "Science and Empires - Historical Studies about Scientific De velopment and European Expansion" is the product of an International Colloquium, "Sciences and Empires - A Comparative History of Scien tific Exchanges: European Expansion and Scientific Development in Asian, African, American and Oceanian Countries". Organized by the REHSEIS group (Research on Epistemology and History of Exact Sciences and Scientific Institutions) of CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research), the colloquium was held from 3 to 6 April 1990 in the UNESCO building in Paris. This colloquium was an idea of Professor Roshdi Rashed who initiated this field of studies in France some years ago, and proposed "Sciences and Empires" as one of the main research programmes for the The project to organize such a colloquium was a bit REHSEIS group. of a gamble. Its subject, reflected in the title "Sciences and Empires", is not a currently-accepted sub-discipline of the history of science; rather, it refers to a set of questions which found autonomy only recently. The terminology was strongly debated by the participants and, as is frequently suggested in this book, awaits fuller clarification.
Valuing Older People
Author: Edmondson, Ricca, von Kondratowitz, Hans-Joachim
Publisher: Policy Press
This collection offers a lively and creative response to contemporary challenges of ageing and how to understand it.
When faith and art intersect, pure magic happens. Faith Journaling for the Inspired Artist is a dynamic and inspiring resource for learning art journaling in Bibles, prayer journals, daily devotionals, and creative life planners. Dozens of easy-to-follow drawing, doodling, and lettering techniques demonstrate how to develop beautiful uplifting artwork, while a range of creative exercises deliver encouragement to explore faith through the creative process. Whether working with colored pencils, markers, watercolor, or stamps, when it comes to faith journaling, there are no rules! In Faith Journaling for the Inspired Artist, you'll not only learn how to expand your artistic horizons, but also discover how to give yourself permission to create personal artistic expressions of your faith.
Author: Detlef Mertins
For almost 20 years, Detlef Mertins has been a critical voice in renewing our understanding of architectural modernity. In these essays he elaborates on key topics such as transparency, glass architecture, organicism, life and event, sameness and difference.
This book challenges prevalent assumptions concerning the persecution of the Jews and Muslims of Portugal in 1496-7. It pieces together the developments that led to the events of 1496-7 and presents a detailed reconstruction of the persecution itself.
Author: Paul Fournel
Publisher: Profile Books
Shortlisted for the Sports Book Awards 2018 for Biography of the Year and Cycling Book of the Year There are things he does alone, and things that he alone does. Jacques Anquetil was a cyclist with an aristocratic demeanor and a relaxed attitude to rules and morals. His womanising and frank admissions of doping appalled 1960s French society, even as his five Tour de France wins enthralled it. Paul Fournel was besotted with him from the start ("Too young to understand, I was nevertheless old enough to admire") and followed Anquetil's career with the passion of a fan and the eye of a poet. In this stunningly original biography of a complex and divisive character, Fournel - author of the seminal Vlo (or Need for the Bike)- blends the story of Anquetil's life with scenes from his own, to create a classic of cycling literature.
It is now widely accepted that adaptation will be necessary if we are to manage the risks posed by climate change. What we know about adaptation, however, is limited. While there is a well established body of scholarship proposing assessment approaches and explaining concepts, few studies have examined if and how adaptation is taking place at a national or regional level.