Author: Geneviève O'Gleman, Alexandra Diaz
Passez au salon
Author: Isabelle Massé, Hugo Fontaines, Caroline Allard, Jean Barbe, Biz, Bruno Blanchet, Fanny Britt, Chrystine Brouillet, François Cardinal, André Cédilot, Serge Chapleau, Carle Coppens, Tristan Demers, India Desjardins, Alexandra Diaz, Nicolas Dickner, Josée di Stasio, Benoît Dutrizac, Jacques Duval, Louis Émond, Alain Farah, Steve Galluccio, Georges-Hébert Germain, Geneviève Jannelle, Alexandre Jardin, Marie Laberge, Marie-Sissi Labrèche, Claudia Larochelle, Normand Lester, François Lévesque, Marc Levy, Philippe Meilleur, Josélito Michaud, Martin Michaud, Jean-François Nadeau, Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, Paul Ohl, Bryan Perro, Marie Hélène Poitras, Louise Portal, Michel Rabagliati, Kathy Reichs, Anne Robillard, Sonia Sarfati, Marie-Claude Savard, Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt, Patrick Senécal, Matthieu Simard, Kim Thúy, Michel Tremblay, Guillaume Vigneault, Simon Boulerice, Yves Beauchemin, Pierre Cayouette, Dominique Demers, Stéphane Dompierre, Micheline Duff, Pauline Gill, Gilles Tibo
Publisher: Québec Amerique
Solitude des premiers salons du livre, erreurs sur la personne, séances de dédicaces interminables, cadeaux des lecteurs, témoignages émouvants, insultes et humiliations, séjours à l’étranger, fêtes et durs lendemains de veille, moments décisifs et consécrations, péripéties de tout acabit... Cinquante-huit auteurs, des plus grandes stars de la littérature française et québécoise aux auteurs encore méconnus, nous racontent des anecdotes de salons du livre cocasses et touchantes, véritables fenêtres ouvertes sur leur univers. Caroline Allard – Jean Barbe – Yves Beauchemin – Biz – Bruno Blanchet – Simon Boulerice – Fanny Britt – Chrystine Brouillet – François Cardinal – Pierre Cayouette – André Cédilot – Serge Chapleau – Carle Coppens – Dominique Demers – Tristan Demers – India Desjardins – Alexandra Diaz – Nicolas Dickner – Josée di Stasio – Stéphane Dompierre – Micheline Duff – Benoît Dutrizac – Jacques Duval – Louis Émond – Alain Farah – Steve Galluccio – Georges-Hébert Germain – Pauline Gill – Geneviève Jannelle – Alexandre Jardin – Marie Laberge – Marie-Sissi Labrèche – Claudia Larochelle – Normand Lester – François Lévesque – Marc Levy – Philippe Meilleur – Josélito Michaud – Martin Michaud – Jean-François Nadeau – Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois – Paul Ohl – Bryan Perro – Marie Hélène Poitras – Louise Portal – Michel Rabagliati – Kathy Reichs – Anne Robillard – Sonia Sarfati – Marie-Claude Savard – Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt – Patrick Senécal – Matthieu Simard – Kim Thúy – Gilles Tibo – Michel Tremblay – Guillaume Vigneault
Author: Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette
Publisher: Coach House Books
Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette never knew her grandmother Suzanne, an artist who abandoned her husband and children in her youth and never looked back. The Escape Artist is a fictionalized account of Suzanne’s life over 85 years, taking readers through Québec’s Quiet Revolution and the American civil rights movement, offering a portrait of a volatile woman on the margins of history.
"Eat Happy? I’m always happy when I eat Melissa’s food!" GARY BARLOW "I adore Melissa and her food. This is carefree, quick cooking with a sense of fun, and just happens to be good for you.” ANNA JONES "I'm a huge fan and love how Melissa champions the message that good healthy food needn't be complicated, scary or time consuming. This beautiful new book is packed with dreamy recipes.” FEARNE COTTON "Don't think I've ever met anyone with such a passion, love and joy for food. She's amazing!” GIOVANNA FLETCHER Delicious quick and easy meals with a Hemsley twist. Bestselling home cook and co-author of The Art of Eating Well and Good + Simple, Melissa Hemsley of Hemsley + Hemsley, presents flavourful and veg-packed dishes. Featuring supermarket ingredients, simple methods, and tips and tricks to make no-fuss great food, Eat Happy is designed to see you through the whole week - tempting breakfasts to family dinners and lunches, as well as party food, snacks, baking, desserts, drinks, and simple, healthier versions of takeaway favourites. Comfort and indulgence are at the heart of Melissa healthy food, with plenty of ideas for everyday meals, batch cooking, cutting down on kitchen waste, and dishes that can be enjoyed for supper and leftovers for a packed lunch. Amongst the 120 brand-new recipes are, Breaded Chicken Katsu Curry, Sesame Salmon with Miso Veg Traybake, Roast Carrots with Pomegranate Molasses and Pistachios, Coconut Chocolate Clusters and Ginger Fruit Loaf. These are delicious alternatives and satisfying treats that encourage even the most time-poor cook to take pleasure in healthy fast food that puts taste first.
Just Take a Bite
Author: Lori Ernsperger, Tania Stegen-Hanson
Is your child a “picky” eater or a full-fledged resistant eater? Does he or she eat only 3-20 foods, refusing all others? Eat from only one food group? Gag, tantrum, or become anxious if you introduce new foods? If so, you have a resistant eater. Learn the possible causes, when you need professional help, and how to deal with the behavior at home. Learn why “Don’t play with your food!” and “Clean your plate!”—along with many other old saws—are just plain wrong. And who said you have to eat dessert last? Get ready to have some stereotypes shattered!
Open Space Technology
Author: Harrison Owen
Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers
Open Space Technology is a methodological tool that enables self-organizing groups of various sizes to deal with hugely complex issues in a very short period of time. Authored by the originator of Open Space Technology, this work presents a user's guide that details what needs to be done before, during, and after an Open Space event.
A former host of the Discovery Channel's Future Foods demonstrates how all-natural "miracle berries" are revolutionizing how people eat, in a guide that provides no-sugar recipes designed to be eaten with miracle berries so that they taste like higher-calorie foods.
Author: Alain Ducasse, Paule Neyrat, Christophe Saintagne
Publisher: Rizzoli Publications
Challenging the cuisine's stereotype of being complicated and heavy, a master chef presents a collection of French recipes featuring simple, healthy ingredients that use seasonal produce and fresh, bold flavors.
Author: Vesanto Melina, R. D., Brenda Davis, R.D.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
The evidence is in— millions of people are moving toward a vegetarian diet because it offers a healthful and environmentally sound alternative to the standard diet. Becoming Vegetarian is the ultimate source for making this valuable and beneficial life change. Packed with authoritative vegetarian and vegan nutrition information from established and savvy experts, this powerful book takes the worry out of making an important, healthy transition. Here' what's inside: Vegetarian food guide for optimal nutrition and easy meal planning Delicious, easy recipes Helpful guidelines for those who are just starting out Cutting edge scientific information for experienced vegetarians Nutrition essentials from infancy through our senior years Practical tips for weight control Much, much more This comprehensive update of an international bestseller is the one resource that contains everything you need to know about becoming a vegetarian or fine-tuning a vegetarian diet. From dealing with awkward social situations to making sure you're getting all the necessary nutrients, let Vesanto Melina and Brenda Davis give you the information you need to achieve a healthful vegetarian life with ease. Change the way you look at food and your health forever— start following the dynamic, easy-to-implement advice in Becoming Vegetarian today.
Crumbles and Cobblers
Author: Maxine Clark, PETER CASSIDY
The fruit crumble has earned a dedicated following. Treat yourself to a spicy Ginger Nectarine Crumble or, if your taste is traditional, choose the Classic Blackberry and Apple. Try a Summer Berry Cobbler with Lemon Scones or, for those with a sweet tooth who don't like to share, bake the Individual Pear, Maple and Pecan Cobblers.
Sustainable mobility is a highly complex problem as it is affected by the interactions between socio-economic, environmental, technological and political issues. Energy, Transport, & the Environment: Addressing the Sustainable Mobility Paradigm brings together leading figures from business, academia and governments to address the challenges and opportunities involved in working towards sustainable mobility. Key thinkers and decision makers approach topics and debates including: energy security and resource scarcity greenhouse gas and pollutant emissions urban planning, transport systems and their management governance and finance of transformation ·the threats of terrorism and climate change to our transport systems. Introduced by a preface from U.S. Secretary of Energy, Steven Chu and an outline by the editors, Dr Oliver Inderwildi and Sir David King, Energy, Transport, & the Environment is divided into six sections. These sections address and explore the challenges and opportunities for energy supply, road transport, urban mobility, aviation, sea and rail, as well as finance and economics in transport. Possible solutions, ranging from alternative fuels to advanced urban planning and policy levers, will be examined in order to deepen the understanding of currently proposed solutions within the political realities of the dominating economic areas. The result of this detailed investigation is an integrated view of sustainable transport for both people and freight, making Energy, Transport, & the Environment key reading for researchers, decision makers and policy experts across the public and private sectors.
Farmacy is one of London's most successful new restaurants . It's mission is to promote a healthy plant-based food lifestyle and a more conscious approach to eating and living. Inside Farmacy Kitchen you will find dishes inspired by their favorite places around the world, that are not only energizing and delicious, but free of dairy, refined sugar, additives and chemicals. Discover the secrets of Farmacy classics, such as Farm green soup, the signature Farmacy burger, Goji ketchup, Raw banoffee pie, Fire Starter elixir and Brain booster latte. Also featured are personal stories, advice on a healthy kitchen set-up, homemade beauty products, tips for a happy lifestyle and stunning photography.. Farmacy's critically acclaimed menu has put plant-based cuisine firmly on the food map and has captured the fast growing trend towards eating consciously and more naturally
A System of Health Accounts 2011: Revised Edition provides an updated and systematic description of the financial flows related to the consumption of health care goods and services.
Author: Alexandra Diaz
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
“An incredibly heartfelt depiction of immigrants and refugees in a land full of uncertainty.” —Kirkus Reviews “Diaz paints an insightful, realistic picture of a place that’s filled with opportunity but simultaneously rife with discrimination, which is especially important reading for today’s children.” —Booklist “Fans of The Only Road will appreciate following Jaime and Ángela on the next phase of their lives, while teachers and librarians may find the text useful to counter unsubstantiated myths about Central Americans fleeing to the US.” —School Library Journal Jaime and Ángela discover what it means to be living as undocumented immigrants in the United States in this timely sequel to the Pura Belpré Honor Book The Only Road. After crossing Mexico into the United States, Jaime Rivera thinks the worst is over. Starting a new school can’t be that bad. Except it is, and not just because he can barely speak English. While his cousin Ángela fits in quickly, with new friends and after-school activities, Jaime struggles with even the idea of calling this strange place “home.” His real home is with his parents, abuela, and the rest of the family; not here where cacti and cattle outnumber people, where he can no longer be himself—a boy from Guatemala. When bad news arrives from his parents back home, feelings of helplessness and guilt gnaw at Jaime. Gang violence in Guatemala means he can’t return home, but he’s not sure if he wants to stay either. The US is not the great place everyone said it would be, especially if you’re sin papeles—undocumented—like Jaime. When things look bleak, hope arrives from unexpected places: a quiet boy on the bus, a music teacher, an old ranch hand. With his sketchbook always close by, Jaime uses his drawings to show what it means to be a true citizen. Powerful and moving, this touching sequel to The Only Road explores overcoming homesickness, finding ways to connect despite a language barrier, and discovering what it means to start over in a new place that alternates between being wonderful and completely unwelcoming.
Author: La Maveleine Chefs, Susan Herrmann Loomis