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Juicy Jersey

Author: Lizz Lund
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781517794385
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Summertime, and the living is... not as easy as Mina had hoped. But, she finally has a full-time job, working alongside her new boyfriend, Jack (that is, Chef Jacque, when they're at Squirrel Run Acres.) That's good, right? Except that poor Mina and Jack have been working together a lot lately-specifically fourteen hour shifts in a sizzling kitchen-for months. When tempers flare hotter than fat on a fire, Jack steps up and splurges for a romantic get-away to Cape May Point, New Jersey. All is forgiven and soon sunset beaches wink from the distance, until Mina's stuck with dog sitting duties for Jim, her buddy Bauser's three-legged dog. Complicating the canine conundrum is Bauser's last minute plea to deliver Jim to a client location, in Bumville, New Jersey. No biggie, except that Bumville lies in the polar opposite direction from Cape May. And Vito and Miriam also happen to be visiting the client-who is none other than Vito's niece, Helena Pryzchntchynzski. Oy. Further jeopardizing their journey through Jersey is Jim's discovery of Babette Bernstein. Her murder launches a connect-the-dots of corpses that ripples dangerously around Mina and Jack. Oh-and the kidnappings, plural-are a little scary, too. Will Mina and Jack escape the bad guys? Will they survive their first vacation together? More importantly, will they finally have one? If you're in the mood for funny fiction, a cast of chatty pets, and unsolved murders-read on. Juicy Jersey packs a roller coaster ride of murders, mayhem and mojitos. Come root for Mina, boo the bad guys and nibble a nosh, courtesy of the author's recipes in the back of the book, vetted by Lund's real-life favorite chef, her husband, Chef Andrew.

Jersey Shore Food History

Author: Karen L. Schnitzspahn
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1614237271
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No trip to the Jersey Shore would be complete without indulging in the cuisine that helps make it famous. These foods we enjoy today are part of a long tradition beginning in the Victorian era, when big oceanfront hotels served elaborate meals. Diverse dishes and restaurants emerged during prohibition and the Great Depression, when fast food appeared and iconic boardwalk treats developed. Predating the farm to table movement, fancy and fast eateries have been supplied by local fishermen and farmers for decades. So whether you indulge in a tomato pie, pork roll or salt water taffy, take a mouthwatering historical tour and discover timeless treats from Sandy Hook to Cape May.

Rediscover The Hidden New Jersey

Author: Russell Roberts
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
ISBN: 0813575419
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Did you know——that a New Jerseyan was the first president of the United States?—that New Jersey was the site of the first organized college football game?—that New Jersey was the location of one of the most devastating espionage attacks of World War I?—that the heroics of a New Jersey woman saved thousands of people from dying of yellow fever?—that one of the first American folk heroes lived in New Jersey—and jumped off waterfalls? These and other fascinating stories can be found in the newly updated Rediscover the Hidden New Jersey, a treasury of New Jersey stories that celebrate the unique heritage and importance of the Garden State. Russell Roberts has scoured New Jersey, from High Point to Cape May, to bring readers a delightful potpourri of facts, essays, lists, photos, stories, and legends about New Jersey. Readers will learn how New Jersey used to be the center of the motion picture universe, the origin of the Jersey Devil and other popular tall tales, where Norman Mailer and Abbot & Costello were born, where Aaron Burr and Leo, the M-G-M lion, lie buried, and much more. Learn about the geology of New Jersey, find out about the state’s ever-changing weather, and how New Jersey was chosen for the famous (or infamous) War of the Worlds radio broadcast that panicked the nation. All this and more is in Rediscover the Hidden New Jersey, the ultimate New Jersey book. This revised edition contains new sections on Lawnside, the Morris Canal, Albert Einstein in Princeton, The Bordentown Manual Training School, Rockefeller/Ocean County Park, the bicycle railroad, Morro Castle, Alice Paul, and more.

Acer Rubrum To Zyzyphus Jujuba

Author: Dick Pellek
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1504959175
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Volume I of Acer Rubrum to Zyzyphus Jujuba is a melange of selected stories that relate to Essays and Dreams of the chronicler, who most often calls himself the Footloose Forester. The themes range from various essays that were thought out during the waking state, to favored subjects that emanated from dreams and daydreams. As a "stream of consciousness" chronicler who disregards the timeline chronology of the stories about people, places, and events, this book was purposely compiled without a table of contents. It should add to the sense of discovery during the reading.

Jersey Tough

Author: Wayne "Big Chuck" Bradshaw
Publisher: ECW Press
ISBN: 1770908439
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In 1977, Wayne "Big Chuck" Bradshaw was Jersey tough. He was a member of the outlaw Pagans bike gang, a One Percenter, and had earned his colors in a world of boozing, bloody bar fights, and high-stakes crime. But after getting too close to extreme violence, Bradshaw made the life-threatening decision to change his path. The toughness Bradshaw used to survive the biker life led him to a distinguished and heroic career as an undercover narcotics officer for the same New Jersey police department that had once arrested him. Bradshaw tells his story with the truth of the streets, from his time in the U.S. Army to his decision to join the Pagans, to the wild adventures of working narcotic stings. He rode with truly dangerous criminals and then returned to those same places as a cop. He tracks down fugitives in Jersey's toughest neighborhoods, risks his life rescuing dozens from a fire in a seniors' residence, and volunteers in the aftermath of 9/11. Jersey Tough is an unflinching memoir of personal struggle, of battling with darkness, and ultimately of redemption.

South Jersey Under The Stars

Author: Allison Hayes-Conroy
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This book examines how culture in South Jersey relates to agriculture and landscape in the region. Recognizing culture as the central force of social, economic, and ecological change, it looks at how communities might push themselves towards cultures that are more reflective of agricultural and ecological rhythms. The writing is best described as a reflection of the humanistic side of the social sciences, in the tradition of works like Robert Bellah's Habits of the Heart. The book is about re-embedding the culture of Southern New Jersey in the agriculture and ecology of the region and stresses that doing so involves not only looking at the lives of family farmers and the work of environmentalists or local naturalists but also at the arts, architecture; history, philosophy, and religion. The book's four main essays, which focus on farms, suburbs, capitals, and celebrations, create an effective model for the local application of the ever-negotiated principles of ecological thought. Together they offer direction as to how we might begin to embed our social systems in the natural systems that surround us. Illustrated, Allison Hayes-Conroy is a graduate student in geology at the University of Hawaii.

Jersey Law

Author: Ron Liebman
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416570071
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“There are no doubt more qualified lawyers around here. Most probably across the river in Philadelphia. But know what? Me and Mickie have got them scratching their heads. They’re thinking, How come those two guys keep winning their cases?” —from chapter two of JERSEY LAW NOT SINCE THE SOPRANOS HAS THE UNDERBELLY OF THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY BEEN BROUGHT SO VIVIDLY TO LIFE. Meet Mickie and Junne. That’s Mickie Mezzonatti and Salvatore “Junne” Salerno of Camden, New Jersey, a lovable pair of cops-turned-attorneys who defend and corral New Jersey’s worst of the worst. Set in the streets and courtrooms of Camden, JERSEY LAW is the story of Junne and Mickie’s attempts to spring longtime client Slippery Williams, a charismatic drug lord who rules the local underworld, from jail. Junne and Mickie owe Slippery big time. He once saved their lives—literally—after a previous client tried to have our heroes murdered. But this case turns out to be much more complicated and far more perilous than Junne and Mickie imagined, and, once again, they’ll be lucky if they survive to hear the verdict. Dark, witty, and fast, JERSEY LAW is a juicy, cinematic thriller that will enthrall readers through the very last page.

Little New Jersey

Author: Trinka Hakes Noble
Publisher: Sleeping Bear Press
ISBN: 1410310396
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State birds, flowers, trees, and animals brought to board book form for the youngest book lovers. Toddlers will delight in these books filled with rhyming riddles framed by brightly painted clues, introducing elements that make each state so special.