Recipes for grilling pork, beef, lamb, poultry, seafood, wild game, and vegetables. Rubs, sauces, and marinades, including Tornado Alley BBQ Sauce, Ocho Rios Jerk Pork or Chicken Rub, and Popeye Fish Paste.
With recipes for ribs, chicken, hot dogs, fish, hamburgers, pork chops, and numerous marinades, this is a wonderful cookbook from a man who takes his grilling seriously. In addition to being a spokesperson for Shoney's Foxworthy has a very successful line of barbecue sauces on the market. Couple that with his slightly warped way of viewing the dining experience and you've got a surefire hit book.
With his signature wit and unparalleled practical knowledge of wild game, “Cousin” Rick Black is back at it with his latest, Cousin Rick’s Complete Wild Game Cookbook. Covering the hunting, preparing, and cooking of game both big and small, readers are sure to find a recipes will satisfy. Some tasty grub includes: Campfire bass Halibut fish ‘n chips Buck eve rabbit Michigan possum stew Carrot stuffed muskrat Roasted raccoon and yams Bison burgers Wild hog bacon Moose pot pie Caribou camp loaf Pickled elk steak Smoked deer sausage And with tasty additions like recipes for marinades and rubs, and cooking with beer, Cousin Rick’s Complete Wild Game Cookbook is sure to please!
Sehlinger's team of anonymous inspectors checks out every inch of the Disney parks, and is honest and objective in its evaluations of each ride, show, hotel, and restaurant. Includes area maps. Original.
Welcome to the complete anthology of the Emily Monroe is NOT the Chosen one novella series. You will find the entire trilogy of Emily Monroe's misadventures as a normal girl in a super powered world in this book. Book 1 – Night Shift Book 2 – Unchosen Book 3 – Re-Chosen So buckle up and enjoy an anti-apologetic, anti-hero, heroine as she fights injustice, one burger at a time.
More Terrible Than Death is a gripping work that maps the dramatic new relationship between the United States and Colombia in human terms, using portraits of the Colombians and Americans involved, the author's experiences in Colombia as a writer and human rights investigator and an insider's analysis of the political realities that shape the expanding war on drugs and the growing U.S. military presence there. Looking at the war from the ground up, interviewing and profiling human rights activists, guerrillas, and paramilitaries to explain how it has changed their lives, Robin Kirk gives depth and meaning to the headlines that leave unexplained the intimate dimension of the U.S./Colombian relationship.
Emily Monroe may be a lot of things, but one thing is for sure, she is NOT the Chosen One. Emily is a normal girl working at Big Burger who has the unfortunate luck to look exactly like Big City's superhero darling, the Chosen One. It has been the bane of her existence as it disrupts her life and those around her when super villains come knocking, wanting to prove their mettle by fighting the Chosen One. Nobody listens when she insists she isn't who they think she is. With common sense and years of rage built up inside, she usually serves their butts to them on a platter, asking "Did you want fries with that?" No cape required.
Cannibalism and the Common Law is an enthralling classic of legal history. It tells the tragic story of the yacht Mignonette, which foundered on its way from England to Australia in 1884. The killing and eating of one of the crew, Richard Parker, led to the leading case in the defence of necessity, R. v. Dudley and Stephens. It resulted in their being convicted and sentenced to death, a sentence subsequently commuted. In this tour de force Brian Simpson sets the legal proceedings in their broadest historical context, providing a detailed account of the events and characters involved and of life at sea in the time of sail. Cannibalism and the Common Law is a demonstration that legal history can be written in human terms and can be compulsive reading. This brilliant and fascinating book, a marvelous example of eareful historical detection, and first-class legal history, written by a master.
In the newest Templar Knight Mystery, Bascot de Marins is called to investigate when a young woman is killed and villagers suspect evil forces are to blame. When a young woman is found murdered at a local shrine with a black adder near her corpse, the superstitious villagers begin to panic. Is this the work of the devil? Is Satan stalking Lincoln’s religious sanctuaries? As parishioners start to avoid the churches in droves, Templar Bascot de Marins is summoned to Lincoln Castle to quell the hysteria and find the very human killer... Praise for the Templar Knight Mysteries “Maureen Ash masterfully creates a medieval world full of rich historic detail and peopled with fascinating characters.”—Victoria Thompson, national bestselling author of Murder on St. Nicholas Avenue “A deft re-creation of a time and place, with characters you’ll want to meet again.”—Margaret Frazier, national bestselling author of the Sister Frevisse Medieval Mysteries “Fans of quality historical mysteries will be delighted...Ash’s period detail and plotting are first-rate, superior to many other representatives of the rarefied subgenre.”—Publishers Weekly “An excellent mystery, very suspenseful and clever, with a sympathetic sleuth sure to captivate readers.”—Sharon Kay Penman, New York Times Bestselling Author “A perplexing mystery with a flawed but sympathetic hero...An enjoyable read.”—Gumshoe
Napkin Nights: The Crunk Chronicles is the story of two young guys living it up in the Seattle club scene. This historical fiction story is written in mostly "street" slang and lingo that is delicately blended with standard English. The two guys are; the older yet not street wise Derek, and his younger friend, Juan. Please join them as they hit the streets of the Seattle to find crazy adventures and perhaps find themselves as well.
While today, foodies flock to the flavors of Logan Circle and the H Street corridor, Washington's first true restaurants opened around 1830. Waves of immigrants introduced a global mix of ingredients to the capital's eager palates by opening eateries like the venerable China Doll Gourmet and Cleveland Park's Roma Restaurant. By the twentieth century, the array of dishes to tempt hungry residents was astounding. Diners could have tea at Garfinckel's Greenbrier or lunch at local favorites such as Little Tavern Diner or Ben's Chili Bowl. For an elegant evening, fine restaurants like Rive Gauche and the Monocle satisfied the most sophisticated gastronome. With careful research and choice recipes, "Streets of Washington" blogger John DeFerrari chronicles the culinary and social history of the capital through its restaurants, tasting his way from the lavish Gilded Age dining halls of the Willard Hotel to the Hot Shoppe's triple-decker Mighty Mo.
This brief introductory textbook to the field of communication offers the advantages of Arthur Asa Berger’s informal writing style and flair for popular culture examples aimed to engage students. Designed for the basic course in communication departments, Berger introduces the key theorists who shaped our concepts of communication while also describing the varied processes and settings in which communication occurs. Messages is a strong option for instructors who want a student-friendly alternative to the standard encyclopedic textbook.This text:•Contains chapters on key contemporary topics such as social media, communication and identity, and visual communication •Includes accessible popular cultural examples ranging from advertisements to folk tales to James Bond films, all based on Berger’s years of expertise as an author and scholar in mass media and popular culture•Incorporates useful pedagogical features such as exercises, quotes from key theorists, and cartoons