A complete guide to freezing 30 Meals in One Day. Discover a new source of freedom! Change your life! With a freezer full of delicious dinners, you can always say "Dinner is Ready." More than 150 delicious, family-friendly, "freezer-worthy" recipes.
You Can Talk to God One on 1 is about an adorable little girl named Lee who learns to pray by observing her parents engaging in this habit. Readers will quickly learn the importance of practicing positive behavior around their children. Author Coleen Scarlett-Moore reveals how children watch and imitate what they see.
What do we know about the world? Rhetorical and Argumentative Perspectives is a book trying to answer the title question by contributing to rhetorical and argumentative studies. It consists of papers presented at the “First International Conference on Rhetoric in Croatia: the Days of Ivo Škarić” in May, 2012, and subsequently revised for publication. Through a variety of different routs, the papers explore the role of rhetoric and argumentation in various types of public discourse and present interdisciplinary work connecting linguists, phoneticians, philosophers, law experts and communication scientists in the common ground of rhetoric and argumentation.. The Conference was organized with the intent of paying respect to the Croatian rhetorician and professor emeritus Ivo Škarić who was the first to introduce rhetoric at the Department of Phonetics at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb.
A New York Times Notable Book: A renowned scholar explores the way we eat across cultures and throughout history. From the wild parties of ancient Greece to the strictures of an Upper East Side meal to the ritualistic feasts of cannibals, Margaret Visser takes us on a fascinating journey through the diverse practices, customs, and taboos that define how and why we prepare and consume food the way we do. With keen insights into small details we take for granted, such as the origins of forks and chopsticks or why tablecloths exist, and examinations of broader issues like the economic implications of dining etiquette, Visser scrutinizes table manners across eras and oceans, offering an intimate new understanding of eating both as a biological necessity and a cultural phenomenon. Witty and impeccably researched, The Rituals of Dinner is a captivating blend of folklore, sociology, history, and humor. In the words of the New York Times Book Review, “Read it, because you’ll never look at a table knife the same way again.”
The authors of the highly acclaimed Fifty Ways to Cook Most Everything show you how to make sure Dinner's Ready five nights a week, 52 weeks a year. Each chapter starts with a Sunday dinner menu and shows how to build upon these recipes for a week's worth of dinners.
Analysis (Philosophy) by Jehangir Nasserwanji Chubb
"A work in metaethics that focuses on the two types of normative judgments, evaluative judgments and directive judgments; how the two interconnect; and what makes them true when they are true"--Provided by publisher.