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Second Helpings Please

Author: Norene Gilletz
Publisher: Montréal : Mount Sinai Chapter #1091, B'nai Brith Women of Canada
ISBN: 9780969391012
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Nearly 150,000 copies have been sold of this Jewish family heirloom since it was first published in 1968. It is given as a rite of passage to new brides. Young people starting out on their own won't leave home without it! Family favorites include Beef & Green Peppers, Chinese Stew, Lemon Barbecued Chicken, Passover Meatballs, Gefilte Fish, Kreplach, Potato Kugel, Challah, Hamentashen, Norene's Famous Cheesecake. Revised edition includes a chapter of microwave recipes and tips for today's busy cook.

Second Helpings Please

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ISBN: 9781770503199
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Nearly 150,000 copies have been sold of this Jewish family heirloom since it was first published in 1968. It is given as a rite of passage to new brides. Young people starting out on their own won't leave home without it. Family favorites include Beef & Green Peppers, Chinese Stew, Lemon Barbecued Chicken, Passover Meatballs, Gefilte Fish, Kreplach, Potato Kugel, Challah, Hamentashen, Norene's Famous Cheesecake. Revised edition includes a chapter of microwave recipes and tips for today's busy cook.

Second Helpings

Author: Megan McCafferty
Publisher: Broadway Books
ISBN: 9780307421562
Size: 48.42 MB
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Senior year has Jessica up in arms again in this hilarious and much-anticipated second book in the New York Times bestselling Jessica Darling series. This time, the hyperobservant, angst-ridden teenager is going through the social and emotional ordeal of her senior year at Pineville High. Not only does the mysterious and oh-so-compelling Marcus Flutie continue to distract Jessica, but her best friend, Hope, still lives in another state, and she can’t seem to escape the clutches of the Clueless Crew, her annoying so-called friends. To top it off, Jessica’s parents won’t get off her back about choosing a college, and her sister Bethany’s pregnancy is causing a big stir in the Darling household. With intelligence, wit, and ingenious comedic timing, Megan McCafferty has once again recreated the tumultuous world of modern, fast-moving and sophisticated teens. Fans of Sloppy Firsts will be reunited with their favorite characters and introduced to some fresh new faces that have entered Jess’s life, including the hot creative writing teacher at her summer college prep program and her feisty, tell-it-like-it-is grandmother Gladdie. But most of all, you'll finally have the answers to all of your burning questions, and then some: Will Jessica crack under the pressure of senioritis? Will her unresolved feelings for Marcus wreak havoc on her love life? Will Hope ever come back to Pineville? Fall in love with saucy, irreverent Jessica all over again in this sequel to a book that critics and readers alike hailed as the best high school novel in years.

Down South

Author: Donald Link
Publisher: Clarkson Potter Publishers
ISBN: 0770433189
Size: 53.81 MB
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A celebrated New Orleans chef presents a culturally evocative collection of Southern and Cajun recipes that reflect classic regional flavors, from slow-cooked pork barbecue from Memphis to single-barrel bourbon from Kentucky. By the creators of the James Beard Award-winning Real Cajun.

A Second Helping

Author: Andria Gaskins
Publisher: Queen City Kitchen Press
ISBN: 9781943070022
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With honesty and humor, Andria Gaskins' debut novel captures the joys and frustrations of getting older, starting over and falling in love for the second time. Following the death of her best friend, Michelle Taylor changed her life. She returned to her maiden name, sold her specialty food store and moved back home with her two boys. Egged on by her sisters, she jumps back into dating, but after a few horrible lunch dates she immediately jumps back out. She decides to focus her energy on refurbishing an old farmhouse she purchased while going through a divorce. A chance encounter at a local barbecue restaurant lands her the perfect contractor. Not only is he qualified for the job, but he's the first man in a long time to make her flustered and tingly. During the renovation, she struggles to keep their relationship strictly professional. Damien Anthony avoided getting involved with clients. Over the years he'd had his fair share of offers from women wanting him to lay more than hardwood floors. He refused to cross that line. He had enough issues with women in his personal life, he didn't need to bring them on the job. But when she steps into his aunt's restaurant he has to reconsider. All it took was a captivating smile and some blueberry muffins, and he was hooked. Now he has to figure out a way to maintain a working relationship with this beautiful new client and pursue her at the same time. Eventually, Michelle gives into their mutual attraction only to have Damien insult her. When her ex-husband moves to town he brings a truckload of regret, attitude and drama. All Michelle wants is to live her life in peace, but how is she supposed to do that when she's stuck between the man she's afraid to trust with her heart and the man who broke it?

Deja Food

Author: Mary-Anne Boermans
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 147352265X
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Mary-Anne Boermans believes passionately that traditional British food, refined over centuries, can be tastier, healthier, more exciting and easier to prepare than anything mass-produced. Moreover, by following the collective wisdom of our culinary ancestors we can both save money and drastically reduce food wastage. DEJA FOOD is a return to the food of times past. It is how we used to eat, being inventive with the less expensive cuts of meat, using richly flavoured leftovers to create stunning new dishes, making the most of seasonal ingredients served simply and deliciously in ways we have forgotten. It’s frugal, but full of flavour, deliciously different, yet proudly traditional. This delectable collection includes recipes for meat, poultry, game, offal, vegetable and fish. There are skinks, hashes, puddings and pies. Goose, shrimp, parsnips et al will be potted, stewed and fricasseed into hearty, flavourful food that stands up to the best modern recipes. And Mary-Anne will reveal the fascinating stories behind the dishes. DEJA FOOD is real food, perfected over centuries, that is just as mouth-watering today as it was then.