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Good Food 101 Picnics Packed Lunches Triple tested Recipes

Author : Sharon Brown
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We all love the idea of tasty food that can be prepared in advance - what could be nicer than opening the lunchbox or picnic basket and tucking into a ready-made treat? Here, the experienced cooks at Good Food magazine offer their favourite ideas for hassle-free and tasty dishes that can be made ahead and will travel well. Whether you're packing a delicate tart to take to a romantic picnic spot, some hearty rolls for a family day out or even just a healthy snack for the kids' lunchboxes, you'll find plenty of inspiration here. With each recipe accompanied by a photograph and a full nutritional breakdown, you can cook with complete confidence of a delicious outcome. As all the dishes have been triple-tested by the team at Britain's biggest-selling cookery magazine, you know that it will work first time, every time.

Child Therapy in the Great Outdoors

Author : Sebastiano Santostefano
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Building on relational conceptualizations of enactment and on developmental research that attests to the role of embodied, nonverbal language in the meanings children impute to their experiences, Sebastiano Santostefano offers this compelling demonstration of effective child therapy conducted in the “great outdoors.” Specifically, he argues that, for the child, traumatic life-metaphors should be resolved at an embodied rather than an exclusively verbal level; they should be resolved, that is, as they are enacted between child and therapist. To this end, child and therapist must take advantage of all the indoor and outdoor environments available to them. As they take therapy to nontraditional places, relying on the nonverbal vocabulary they have constructed together, they move toward enacted solutions to relational crises, solutions that revise the child’s sense of self and ability to form new and productive relationships.

Life in the Great Outdoors

Author : Larry E. Hart
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Life in the Great Outdoors by Larry E. Hart Life in the Great Outdoors (Trials of a Scoutmaster) is a memoir based on the camping trips of Boy Scout Troop 223 of Des Moines, Iowa. The books has been over twenty years in the making, using the notes of author Larry E. Hart’s various Troop Scribes, other Leaders’ slant on “last weekend’s outing,” and his observances of “what occurred.” It is a true diary, written as the Scouts went along. There has been little effort to exaggerate or embellish their endeavors at outdoor living. Life in the Great Outdoors includes remarks and comments made during these times. Readers will relate to how life with teenage boys can be interesting, exciting, and educational for both Scouts and Leaders alike.

Cincinnati Magazine

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Cincinnati Magazine taps into the DNA of the city, exploring shopping, dining, living, and culture and giving readers a ringside seat on the issues shaping the region.

New York Magazine

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New York magazine was born in 1968 after a run as an insert of the New York Herald Tribune and quickly made a place for itself as the trusted resource for readers across the country. With award-winning writing and photography covering everything from politics and food to theater and fashion, the magazine's consistent mission has been to reflect back to its audience the energy and excitement of the city itself, while celebrating New York as both a place and an idea.

Picnics and Tailgates

Author : Diane Rossen Worthington
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Includes recipes for soups, dips, finger foods, salads, sandwiches, and main courses, as well as tips on packing, creating a festive scene, and safeguarding the environment

Snow Country Cooking

Author : Diane Rossen Worthington
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A refreshing series geared toward enjoying delicious food in the great outdoors. Over 50 recipes per volume, full-color photographs, and a softcover pocketbook format.

Campfire Cuisine

Author : Robin Donovan
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Here is a guide for lovers of both good food and the great outdoors. Campers wax rhapsodic about the pleasures of communing with nature while resigning themselves to eating unsatisfying foods around the campfire. Campfire Cuisine changes all that. It offers over 100 simple but inspired meals. Such dishes as Coconut Shrimp, Grilled Eggplant Parmesan and Baked Chocolate Bananas can be cooked at a campsite using fresh foods and never relying on canned, prepared or freeze-dried products.

The Washingtonian

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Illinois Now

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Good Food Guide 1996

Author : Which? Books Staff
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Pennsylvania Game News

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Whats For Dinner

Author : Gooseberry Patch
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Fix-it-fast recipes plus quick-as-a-wink tips for making everyday dinners delightful. Exclusively designed by Gooseberry Patch!

Conservative Survival Guide to San Francisco

Author : Thomas Moyer
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For the English poet Rudyard Kipling, the city of San Francisco has only one drawback – ‘tis hard to leave. Author Thomas Moyer, a conservative by choice, couldn’t agree more as he calls The City by the Bay his home yet finds it quite different from the city he imagined it to be over a decade ago. In Conservative Survival Guide to San Francisco, he takes readers into the dual facets of the Paris of the West --- the city with lush greenery, panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean on one side and its band of hippies, drug addicts and liberals on one end. More than just a literary piece tackling the division of the world into being conservative or being liberal, this highly insightful work of Moyer is part travel guide, part personal memoir, and part political commentary. Like Group Captain Lionel Mandrake in Stanley Kubrick’s Cold War dark comedy, “Dr. Strangelove”, Moyer stays true to his ideals of doing the best he can under less-than-ideal condtions while most of the people around him are a bit crazy, weak willed, or downright odd. “To be clear then, just as Mandrake loved the world of Strangelove, I love this city. It’s my home here, now and forever. But I have some serious misgivings about San Francisco’s politics,” Moyer wrote in the introduction. “My intention in writing this book is to bring to light the good, the bad, and the wacky aspects of San Francisco. If you’re a conservative of any shade or degree who’s planning on visiting or moving to the city, or even the Bay Area, more generally, I’m going to be your tour guide on your trip down into the rabbit hole of San Francisco. And I’m going to show you how to manage to keep your conservative morals intact when surrounded on all sides by the exotic lunacy of this Strangelove-like world.” Moyer provides a conservative insider’s perspective into San Francisco in Conservative Survival Guide to San Francisco —its people, culture, politics, and what it’s really like to be a “Mandrake” inside the most liberal city in America. More importantly, he shows conservative readers how he learned to stop worrying and love the city. Conservative Survival Guide to San Francisco is more than just a looking glass into the bipolarities of the cool grey city of love. It also takes into account the author’s experiences in the most liberal city in America and is meant to show a snapshot into the life of a conservative. At turns striking and original, this eruditely crafted piece is the ultimate guide to the rabbit hole that is San Francisco.

Frommer sMaine Coast

Author : Paul Karr
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Cond Nast s Traveler

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Picnics

Author : Louise Pickford
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The Girl from the Adirondack Mountains

Author : Edith Parker Willette
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California

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The RVer s Bible Revised and Updated

Author : Kim Baker
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The Rver's Bible is the ultimate guide to living and traveling in a recreational vehicle. From purchasing, maintaining, and driving the rig to navigating the emotional pitfalls of life on the road, this handbook covers all the bases. Now revised and updated, the RVer's Bible keeps you up-to-date with all the new technologies and systems of the 21st century RV.