Cooking Up a Storm
Author: Sam Stern, Susan Stern
Publisher: Candlewick Press (MA)
A fourteen-year-old, with help from his mom, shares his favorite recipes that will tantalize the tastebuds of busy teenagers, presenting a full array of meals, from breakfast to healthy snacks to full dinners and mouth-watering desserts. Original. 50,000 first printing.
Cooking Up A Storm
Author: Marcelle Bienvenu, Judy Walker
Publisher: Chronicle Books
After Hurricane Katrina tore through New Orleans in 2005, Cooking Up a Storm was published to tell the story—recipe by recipe—of one of the great food cities of the world and the determination of its citizens to preserve and safeguard their culinary legacy. Ten years later, the city is back in business and this hardcover edition of the original cookbook is here to celebrate the community's rebirth by reminding us of the great recipes that belong only to the city of New Orleans, but are beloved by us all.
Cooking Up a Storm
Author: Emma Holly
The Coates Inn restaurant in Cape Cod is about to go out of business when its striking owner, Abby, jumps at a stranger's offer of help - both in her kitchen and her bedroom. Storm, a handsome chef, claims to have a secret weapon: an aphrodisiac menu that her patrons won't be able to resist. It certainly works on Abby - who gives in to the passions she has denied herself for years. But can this playboy chef really be Abby's hero if her body means more to him than her heart, and his initial plan was to steal the restaurant from under her nose? Storm soon turns the restaurant around, but Abby's insatiable desires have taken over her life. She's never known a guy into crazy sex like him before, and she wants to spend every spare moment getting as much intense erotic pleasure as she can. Meanwhile, her best friend Marissa becomes suspicious of the new wonder-boy in the kitchen. Before things get really out of control, someone has to assume responsibility. But can Abby tear herself away from the object of her lustful attention long enough to see what's really going on?
Cooking Up a Storm
Author: Susmita Misra, Suneeta Mishra
Publisher: Authorsupfront Publishing Services Private Limited
For the Misra sisters, Suneeta and Susmita, food always was and continues to be an important part of their lives. This book is a labor of love, persistence and a desire to leave behind a culinary legacy. It contains an eclectic collection of recipes that have been painstakingly detailed and neatly categorized for easy reading and access. Each recipe has been replicated several times, savored and appreciated by family and friends. The food stories that precede the recipes provide a montage of their personal journey of learning to cook, experiment and perfect the dishes. There is just something very special and warm about cooking for your family. This cookbook strives to make cooking fashionable again and bring people back to the table to share, laugh and bond over food.
When a trendy, underground dinner club leaves some guests six-feet-under the table, entertaining professional and amateur sleuth Sophie Winston hopes she has all the right ingredients to put a murderer on ice in New York Times bestselling author Krista Davis’s new Domestic Diva mystery . . . Domestic diva Sophie Winston can whip up an elaborate event in her sleep, but as the hippest hostess she rarely gets to enjoy the full guest treatment. Which is why her best friend Nina Reid Norwood loops her in to the latest culinary craze: a pop-up gourmet dinner party. The celebrity chef, the epicurean menu, and the high-profile attendees are all a surprise, turning the decadent dining experience into the hottest ticket in Old Town. But Sophie’s just pleased as punch that she finally has an opportunity to join her fellow foodies in some fun. The posh party proves to be a recipe for disaster when Hollis Haberman sours spirits by bringing his own hot new dish—his young trophy wife. With Hollis’s son and ex-wife in attendance, there may be more heat at the table than in the kitchen. But the next morning, Sophie discovers Hollis swallowing his last bits of air, and she must scramble to stop a killer before anyone else eats their last meal. Includes delicious recipes and entertaining tips!
Cookin' Up A Storm
Author: Laura Dakin
Publisher: Book Publishing Company
The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society is an international non-profit marine conservation organization that takes an aggressive direct-action approach to ending the slaughter of endangered and threatened marine wildlife. Their official cookbook,Cookin' Up A Storm, serves up a combo of delicious food and modern day heroes. Written by Laura Dakin, chief cook on Sea Shepherd's flagship the Steve Irwin, you'll share Laura's adventures in feeding a hungry crew of 50 morning to night. Featured are 80 of the crew's favorite vegan recipes-deliciously eclectic and modified for the family kitchen. Throughout are beautiful recipe photos along with action shots of the crew at work. Interspersed are crew members' stories that illustrate the danger these ocean warriors face stalking whaling vessels on the high seas. The galleys of Sea Shepherd's fleet maintain a plant-based diet. Learn how a vegan diet can play a significant role in saving the biodiversity of our oceans.
Cooking Up a Storm
Author: Jenna Bayley-Burke
The Cook Up
Author: D. Watkins
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER NEW YORK TIMES EDITORS' CHOICE O MAGAZINE BEST SUMMER BOOK Told by the man who lived it, The Cook Up is a riveting look inside the Baltimore drug trade as portrayed in the hit HBO series, The Wire. The smartest kid on his block in East Baltimore, D. was certain he would escape the life of drugs, decadence, and violence that had surrounded him since birth. But when his brother Devin is shot-only days after D. receives notice that he's been accepted into Georgetown University-the plans for his life are exploded, and he takes up the mantel of his brother's crack empire. D. succeeds in cultivating the family business, but when he meets a woman unlike any he's known before, his priorities are once more put into question. Equally terrifying and hilarious, inspiring and heartbreaking, D.'s story offers a rare glimpse into the mentality of a person who has escaped many hells.
Cookin' Up a Storm
Author: Jane Lee Rankin
Publisher: Grace Pub
A truly American original, Cookin' Up A Storm is a unique cookbook with quotable comments about life and food. Author Jane Lee Rankin pays a loving tribute to her friend, Annie Johnson, the African American woman who helped raise her. Through this touching story we witness a special relationship that brings new life to timeless, Southern recipes.
Cooking Up a Storm
Author: Liz Flaherty
Publisher: Australian Council for Educational
Action Numeracy takes a structured approach to teaching and learning numeracy in the middle primary classroom. It incorporates direct instruction, strategy instruction, and student-centred inquiry learning through action-based tasks.
Stirring Up a Storm
Author: Marilyn Jaye Lewis
Publisher: Running Press
From the poignant to the explicit, the suggestive to the sublime, what unites these varied stories of sex, sensuality and passion is their unbridled quest to challenge and entertain. Top women writers from all realms of fiction are brought together under one sizzling cover. Sometimes darkly humorous and often blistering hot; whether straight, bisexual, or lesbian; fetish, vanilla, or experimental in tone, Stirring Up a Storm is imaginative storytelling at its best from today's hottest women writers. Some of the more notable writers include Dorothy Allison; two-time O. Henry Short Story Prize winner and Pushcart Prize Winner Janice Eidus; Pushcart Prize winner and National Book Award finalist Kim Addonizio; Bellwether Prize winner Milda M. De Voe; Pushcart Prize nominee Holly Farris; Lauren Henderson; Jennifer Jordan; Joyce Carol Oates; Australia's platinum-selling recording artist Max Sharam; Solvej Schou; top-selling erotica writer Alison Tyler; Margaret Atwood; and top-selling BDSM writer Claire Thompson.
Natural Born Feeder
Author: Roz Purcell
Publisher: Gill & Macmillan Ltd
ROZ PURCELL’S APPROACH TO COOKING IS SIMPLE – USE WHOLE FOODS TO LIVE A WHOLE LIFE. Having developed a negative relationship with food that led her to make unhealthy food choices, she changed her lifestyle by rediscovering her love of cooking. Roz used her passion for food to develop the most amazing recipes that fuel the body, providing the energy and vitality needed to look and feel great. For Roz, a healthy lifestyle isn’t about extremes, it’s about balance. Written in a wonderfully accessible way, Natural Born Feeder features over 170 easy-to-follow, delicious recipes. So get inspired, get into the kitchen and get cooking! Roz Purcell began blogging at naturalbornfeeder.com in 2013 to document her love of cooking and to share her recipes. No stranger to television audiences, she won Celebrity Come Dine with Me (Ireland) in 2012 and regularly appears on TV3’s Xposé. Roz is also one of Ireland’s most successful models and the 2010 winner of Miss Universe Ireland. Originally from Co. Tipperary, she now lives in Dublin.
The aim of this publication is to help communicators in the food sector to design communication programmes supported by high-quality science and taking account of public values and preferences. 'When food is cooking up a storm' provides information on food safety, risk assessment methods and the tasks of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). It provides advice based on existing research and long-standing experience and is directed towards governmental agencies that regulate the food sector.
I of the Hurricane
Instant love takes place between a young pet store employee and a small white puppy. She takes her pup home to meet the household which includes another dog, Prince, and two white cats – Thunder and Lightning. Aptly called Hurricane, the pup lives up to her name by sweeping up the household with her love of food and wisecracking outlook. "I run and spin and swim and dry. Mother calls me a bundle of joy. Oh my!"