The Poptail Manual

Author: Kathy Kordalis

Publisher: Hardie Grant


Category: Cooking

Page: 96

View: 431

Delicious recipes for the perfect partytime treat. Love cocktails? How about popsicles? Enter poptails, the icy cool alcoholic beverage you can enjoy on a stick! The Poptail Manual is packed with over 90 recipes, including all your favorite cocktails from the Pina Colada to the Mojito, plus more exciting and indulgent flavor combinations such as Tiramisu, Amaretto Sour, and Strawberry and Black Pepper Sambuca poptail. All recipes use premium alcohol, fresh fruits, and natural ingredients only. The book also includes ideas for making your own popsicle molds.

The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Time

Author: Craig Callender

Publisher: OUP Oxford


Category: Science

Page: 704

View: 489

This is the first comprehensive book on the philosophy of time. Leading philosophers discuss the metaphysics of time, our experience and representation of time, the role of time in ethics and action, and philosophical issues in the sciences of time, especially quantum mechanics and relativity theory.

The New Activities Handbook Energy Education

Author: Alfred de Vito

Publisher: Good Year Books


Category: Education

Page: 260

View: 200

How much does a dripping faucet raise one's water bill? Which uses more water, a shower or a bath? How much energy did it take for the Egyptians to build a pyramid? Would a windmill be an efficient energy generator at your school? How would you make your own recycled paper? Hands-on constructivist activities using everyday items challenge students to develop more informed ideas about where energy comes from, how we use it, and how we might use it better. Grades 4-8. Suggested resources. Illustrated. Good Year Books. 260 pages.
Juvenile Nonfiction

The Boy Who Invented the Popsicle

Author: Anne Renaud

Publisher: Kids Can Press Ltd


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 40

View: 241

A lively tale of a cool invention. Frank William Epperson is a curious boy who loves inventing. And since inventing begins with experimenting, he spends a lot of time in his “laboratory” (i.e., his back porch) trying out his ideas. When he invents a yummy flavored soda water drink, his friends love it! And this gets him thinking: “I wonder what this drink would taste like frozen?” Though he doesn’t yet know it, Frank’s curiosity will lead to his best invention ever: the Popsicle! This delicious story includes hands-on experiments and is sure to whet the appetites of budding inventors everywhere!

Gelato and Gourmet Frozen Desserts - A Professional Learning Guide

Author: Luciano Ferrari



Category: Cooking

Page: 210

View: 502

This textbook offers a large number of classical and modern recipes to manufacture gourmet Gelato, Sorbet, Sherbet, Ice Cream, Water Ice and Frozen Custard. The mission of this work is to introduce and to direct with a very practical yet professional approach all those who would like to open a frozen dessert business or the frozen dessert professionals who are looking for good ideas to offer their customers. The recipes are completed by useful garnish tips that refer to the comprehensive garnish recipe chapter. Through a very easy-to-read recipe layout, with dosage expressed both in metric and in US Standard System, the operator is taken from the ingredient list to the mixing directions all the way to the manufacturing tips so to make sure he gets all the necessary information to create the most outstanding and authentic frozen dessert concoctions. All recipes have been individually tested to guarantee the result and are formulated according to the most user's friendly technical methods.
Juvenile Nonfiction

Kid Who Invented the Popsicle

Author: Don L. Wulffson

Publisher: Puffin


Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 114

View: 284

Brief factual stories about how various familiar things were invented, many by accident, from animal crackers to the zipper.
Family & Relationships

The Must-Have Mom Manual

Author: Sara Ellington

Publisher: Ballantine Books


Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 544

View: 870

Whether it is bottle- or breast-feeding, cribs or co-sleeping, getting back to the office or staying home with the kids, best friends Sara Ellington and Stephanie Triplett, the team behind the popular book and radio show The Mommy Chronicles, rarely choose the same option. Lucky for us, in The Must-Have Mom Manual, they discuss the pros and cons of every aspect of child raising, from pacifiers to potty training, bedtimes to birthday parties, day care to Disney World. Their philosophy is simple: There is no one right way to be a mom. Sara and Stephanie just want to make every mother’s life easier. So, with a healthy dose of humor, they share their parenting triumphs and disasters, marital challenges, public meltdowns, and all the knowledge they’ve gained as authors and radio show hosts, with hundreds of tips for moms everywhere. • 10 things not to feel guilty about–because every mother feels bad about something • Answers for new moms about leaving the house with baby for the first time, postpartum depression, accepting help, car seats, and dining out with baby • Sticky parenting decisions–including the consensus on little white lies, family nudity, “correcting” homework, and leaving your child in the car (just for a second) • Managing your household and how to conquer the clutter with special strategies for organizing every room in your home • Products for moms, the best mom-gear, cleaning products–including technology, gadgets, stores, and places to take the kids • Marriage 911, sleep or sex?, how to keep the home fires burning–plus four people who can sabotage your sex life Covering “all things Mommy,” Sara and Stephanie are real mothers delivering real insights, with real laughs, as they tackle and celebrate the challenges and drama of motherhood in the best, easiest, most mom-friendly guide to life with kids today.
Language Arts & Disciplines

The New York Times Manual of Style and Usage, 5th Edition

Author: Allan M. Siegal

Publisher: Three Rivers Press


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 384

View: 294

The premier source for journalists, now revised and updated for 2015. Does the White House tweet? Or does the White House post on Twitter? Can "text" be a verb and also a noun? When should you link? For anyone who writes--short stories or business plans, book reports or news articles--knotty choices of spelling, grammar, punctuation and meaning lurk in every line: Lay or lie? Who or whom? That or which? Is Band-Aid still a trademark? It's enough to send you in search of a Martini. (Or is that a martini?) Now everyone can find answers to these and thousands of other questions in the handy alphabetical guide used by the writers and editors of the world's most authoritative news organization. The guidelines to hyphenation, punctuation, capitalization and spelling are crisp and compact, created for instant reference in the rush of daily deadlines. The 2015 edition is a revised and condensed version of the classic guide, updated with solutions to problems that plague writers in the Internet age: · How to cite links and blogs · How to handle tweets, hashtags and other social-media content · How to use current terms like “transgender,” or to choose thoughtfully between "same-sex marriage" and "gay marriage" With wry wit, the authors have created an essential and entertaining reference tool.