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The Military Wives Cookbook

Author : Carolyn Quick Tillery
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The perfect gift for military wives or girlfriends! Born from more than two hundred years of loyalty, practice, and tradition, these recipes have been handed down to generation after generation within an exceedingly tight, proud community of women. The Military Wives Cookbook is a tribute to the homemakers that makes a soldier coming home that much better (and tastier). The author's job is to train military families for deployment at the U.S. Central Command.

Military Wives Cook Book

Author : Harold Hester
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You have here 373 recipes from 71 military wives while stationed in Heidelberg W. Germany during the Cold War years of the early 1970s. Some favorites, some with International flavor BUT all worthy of your kitchen. You have the full array from Tea to Ox Tail soup from appetizers to desserts.

Blueberry Cookbook and Collection of Poems and Stories Written by Military Wives

Author : Lynn Caldwell
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Military Wives in Arizona Territory

Author : Jan Cleere
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When the U.S. Army ordered troops into Arizona Territory in the 19th century to protect and defend the new settlements established there, some of the military men brought their wives and families, particularly officers who might be stationed in the west for years. Most of the women were from refined, eastern-bred families with little knowledge of the territory they were entering. Their letters, diaries, and journals from their years on army posts reveal untold hardships and challenges faced by families on the frontier. These women were bold, brave, and compassionate. They were an integral part of military posts that peppered the West and played an important role in civilizing the Arizona frontier. Combining the words of these women with original research tracing their movements from camp to camp over the years they spent in the West, this collection explores the tragedies and triumphs they experienced.

The Biggest Loser Cookbook

Author : Devin Alexander
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The Biggest Loser Cookbook provides more than 125 healthy, delicious recipes from The Biggest Loser experts and cast—as seen on NBC's hit show! Building on the groundbreaking success of The Biggest Loser brand, this sequel to the best-selling book is sure to be a hit! The Biggest Loser Cookbook offers: • 125 recipes from The Biggest Loser cast, trainers, and fans • motivational before-and-after photographs of the cast • 50 beautiful 4-color food shots • dozens of trainer tips from The Biggest Loser trainers • inspiring stories of how the cast members did it • at-a-glance guides to The Biggest Loser Diet and The Biggest Loser Exercise plan Armed with this arsenal of nutritional information and training tips, readers will be inspired to achieve the dramatic weight loss transformations that have amazed TV fans around the country.

Today s Military Wife

Author : Lydia Sloan Cline
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*Essential information for service members' wives and families*Benefits, resources, and sound advice for a quality life in the service: Now in its sixth edition, this book covers all the information a service wife needs to survive and prosper in a service environment, including a complete description of family-friendly programs, advice for coping with periodic separations, tips for managing a separate career, discussion of living overseas, information on raising a family, and details on being a full participant in the rich and rewarding social aspects of military life.

The Great Airaghi Cookbook

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A collection of five different cookbooks, lovingly maintained by Sandra Airaghi and compiled by Danielle Airaghi.

The ULTIMA Spouses Military Melting Pot International Cookbook

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The Ultimate Army Cookbook

Author : Kikky Sihota
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The American Ethnic Cookbook for Students

Author : Mark Zanger
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qrovides 400 recipes that are American adaptions from over 120 ethnic groups including Black Muslims, Australians, Creoles, Dominicans, Filipinos, Koreans, and Persians.

The American Legion

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Culinary Landmarks

Author : Elizabeth Driver
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Culinary Landmarks is a definitive history and bibliography of Canadian cookbooks from the beginning, when La cuisinière bourgeoise was published in Quebec City in 1825, to the mid-twentieth century. Over the course of more than ten years Elizabeth Driver researched every cookbook published within the borders of present-day Canada, whether a locally authored text or a Canadian edition of a foreign work. Every type of recipe collection is included, from trade publishers' bestsellers and advertising cookbooks, to home economics textbooks and fund-raisers from church women's groups. The entries for over 2,200 individual titles are arranged chronologically by their province or territory of publication, revealing cooking and dining customs in each part of the country over 125 years. Full bibliographical descriptions of first and subsequent editions are augmented by author biographies and corporate histories of the food producers and kitchen-equipment manufacturers, who often published the books. Driver's excellent general introduction sets out the evolution of the cookbook genre in Canada, while brief introductions for each province identify regional differences in developments and trends. Four indexes and a 'Chronology of Canadian Cookbook History' provide other points of access to the wealth of material in this impressive reference book.

The Military Wife

Author : Laura Trentham
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A young widow embraces a second chance at life when she reconnects with those who understand the sacrifices made by American soldiers and their families in award-winning author Laura Trentham’s The Military Wife. Harper Lee Wilcox has been marking time in her hometown of Kitty Hawk, North Carolina since her husband, Noah Wilcox’s death, nearly five years earlier. With her son Ben turning five and living at home with her mother, Harper fights a growing restlessness, worried that moving on means leaving the memory of her husband behind. Her best friend, Allison Teague, is dealing with struggles of her own. Her husband, a former SEAL that served with Noah, was injured while deployed and has come home physically healed but fighting PTSD. With three children underfoot and unable to help her husband, Allison is at her wit’s end. In an effort to reenergize her own life, Harper sees an opportunity to help not only Allison but a network of other military wives eager to support her idea of starting a string of coffee houses close to military bases around the country. In her pursuit of her dream, Harper crosses paths with Bennett Caldwell, Noah’s best friend and SEAL brother. A man who has a promise to keep, entangling their lives in ways neither of them can foresee. As her business grows so does an unexpected relationship with Bennett. Can Harper let go of her grief and build a future with Bennett even as the man they both loved haunts their pasts?

Mediterranean Diet Cookbook For Dummies

Author : Meri Raffetto
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Improve your health, lose weight, and prevent and fight disease For decades, doctors and nutritional experts have observed and confirmed that Mediterranean countries have much lower occurrences of hypertension, cardiovascular disease, obesity, cancer, and diabetes in their citizens than northern European countries and the United States. The Mediterranean Diet For Dummies features expert advice on transitioning to this healthful lifestyle by providing meal planning tips, exercise regimens, and more than 150 recipes inspired by the cuisines of Italy, Greece, southern France, and Spain to improve your health, lose weight, and prevent and fight disease. Rather than focusing on restricting certain foods and ingredients, the Mediterranean diet embraces a variety of food choices that promote freshness, whole grains, healthy fats, more vegetables and less meat, understanding proper portion control, and using items like wine and olive oil to create rich flavors. With The Mediterranean Diet For Dummies you'll find out how a delicious diet can reduce the long-term risk of obesity, heart disease, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases, and more. More than 150 tasty recipes Expert tips on meal planning, exercise regimens, and healthy lifestyle choices Prevent and fight diseases by eating delicious food Whether you're just discovering the healthfulness of the Mediterranean diet or are looking for some new recipes to add to your repertoire, The Mediterranean Diet For Dummies has everything you need to start living a healthier life. Related Title: For a quick introduction to this hot, diet phenomenon, try Mediterranean Diet In A Day For Dummies. Only available as an E-book, it is the fastest way to start the Mediterranean diet and lifestyle!

Frontline Cookbook

Author : Andrew Robertshaw
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According to Napoleon, an army marches on its stomach and it fights on its stomach too – yet have you ever wondered how hundreds of men on the frontline are fed amidst hails of bullets and how kitchens are created in the desert or in the trench lines? In 1941 the Army officially created the Army Catering Corps and opened the Army School of Cookery in Aldershot. Troops were trained to make meals out of the bare minimum of ingredients, to feed a company of men from only a mess tin and cook curries to feed hundreds only yards from the frontline. Frontline Cooking brings together recipes from the Second World War, including hand-written notes from troops fighting in the Middle East, India and all over Europe. Many recipes are illustrated with cartoons and drawings on how to assemble the perfect oven and kitchen tools at a moment’s notice from nothing. This book is the perfect inspiration for those who like to create an amazing meal anywhere, anytime, from anything.

Granny PottyMouth s Fast as F ck Cookbook

Author : Peggy Glenn
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Granny-Approved Comfort Food Without All the Time-Consuming Bullsh*t This book is a lazy person’s dream with tasty AF dishes that require no effort. Peggy Glenn has made a name for herself with her hilarious YouTube videos, and now her cookbook is ready to take the reins with more than 75 recipes that truly deliver on deliciousness and sass. Some of Granny’s signature sh*t includes: Three-Ingredient Potato Salad (so you don’t show up to a potluck looking like a moocher), French Toast Casserole (for the whiny butts who want to end up in a f*ckin’ food coma) and Meaty Spaghetti Sauce (that got a “real Italian dude’s” blessing). Her life-tested favorites like Effin Amazing Chicken, Bad-Ass Beef and Broccoli and Magical Rice Bowl just skim the surface of the awesomeness that you hold in your hands. With side-splitting commentary, yummy dishes for every occasion and directions even the dumbest of cooks can follow, you’re all set to enter cookbook heaven.

Meal Prep Cookbook For Dummies

Author : Wendy Jo Peterson
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Prep ahead and save time all week long! With over 125 time-saving recipes, you can transform your schedule with make-ahead breakfasts, salads-on-the-go, and easy-to-fix charcuterie dinner boards! With simple prep each week, you can stock your fridge and freezer with heat-and-eat meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner or do partial prep and make dinnertime a breeze. Meal Prep Cookbook For Dummies can help you spend less time in the kitchen, meet health goals, save money, and just plain eat better. With over 125 recipes, plus tips and techniques for making all your favorites ahead of time, this book lets you breeze through your week. Imagine the possibilities that will open to you when you can just pop a healthy and delectable pre-made meal in the microwave, and—ding!—your made-from-scratch dinner is ready. Prep ahead and toss vegetables and your favorite protein on a sheet pan and dinner is ready in under 20 minutes. What will you do with all your extra time? Why stress about what to eat each day? Meal Prep Cookbook For Dummies will take the uncertainty out of mealtime, as you discover everything from cooking basics to grocery store tips to meal prepping secrets. Whatever your home-chef skill level, you’ll discover new favorite meals, organize your kitchen, store food efficiently, and learn new ideas to take your meal prepping abilities to the next level. Discover over 125 make-ahead recipes that you can prepare at home in 45 minutes or less, with the cooking tools you already have Meal prep for any diet (carb conscious, gluten-free, vegetarian), allergy, or food sensitivity Craft delicious and nutritious breakfasts, lunches, and dinners for yourself or your whole family Get new ideas and tips for sprucing up your staples, planning your grocery trips, and balancing your meals Before you know it, you’ll have meal prep down to a science, so you can relax a little bit more, knowing breakfast, lunch, and dinner are already taken care of!

Instant Pot Cookbook For Dummies

Author : Wendy Jo Peterson
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Over 100 Quick and Easy Recipes Wondering how get the most out of your Instant Pot or your favorite multi-cooker? This one-of a kind guide will walk you through what you need to know to start cooking with your Instant Pot today. It covers what you can cook to setting functions to keeping your pot looking (and smelling!) like new, plus what will happen step-by-step through the cooking process. You will also get over 100 tasty, family-friendly recipes for making delicious mains, appetizers, sides, breakfasts, and desserts—in a flash. Inside, you’ll get the lowdown on getting to know your pot and all its features. Discover all that you and your Instant Pot can achieve, from cooking fluffy rice, beans from scratch, and creating roasts, soups, vegetarian, Mediterranean, Keto, and Indian dishes, to making homemade yogurt, baby food, and decadent desserts. Prep, set it, and go Compatable with Instant Potmodels and brands like Ninja All-in-One Multi-Cooker Get hours back in your day Save time without losing flavor Baby-friendly recipes Includes recipes to suit the entire family, including baby-friendly, keto, gluten free and vegan options created by two dietitians! Now you can serve up home-cooked meals in a fraction of the time of a slow cooker—without feeling guilty about not spending a lot of time in your kitchen.

Air Fryer Cookbook For Dummies

Author : Wendy Jo Peterson
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More than 125 easy, no-fuss air fryer recipes Tips and tricks to use your air fryer confidently Keto, Mediterranean, and vegetarian recipes Lighten up your life the air-fry way New to the air fryer? We've got you covered! In addition to more than 125 mouth-watering recipes, you'll find so much more about how to make the air fryer part of your regular routine: Looking to lose some weight but still eat great? Trying to improve your heart health? Or simply looking for a fun, favorite recipe to bring to a party? Look no further because you'll find all that right here. From the best types of foods to air-fry to the perfect seasoning or sauce to accompany any dish, this book truly has it all. Inside... Discover the health benefits of using your air fryer Clean your air fryer Choose the best foods to fry Season foods for air-fryer cooking Cook for different diets Plan meals

Shakespeare s Military Spouses and Twenty First Century Warfare

Author : Kelsey Ridge
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This volume presents a fresh look at the military spouses in Shakespeare’s Othello, 1 Henry IV, Julius Caesar, Troilus and Cressida, Macbeth, and Coriolanus, vital to understanding the plays themselves. By analysing the characters as military spouses, we can better understand current dynamics in modern American civilian and military culture as modern American military spouses live through the War on Terror. Shakespeare's Military Spouses and Twenty-First-Century Warfare explains what these plays have to say about the role of military families and cultural constructions of masculinity both in the texts themselves and in modern America. Concerns relevant to today’s military families – domestic violence, PTSD, infertility, the treatment of queer servicemembers, war crimes, and the growing civil-military divide – pervade Shakespeare’s works. These parallels to the contemporary lived experience are brought out through reference to memoirs written by modern-day military spouses, sociological studies of the American armed forces, and reports issued by the Department of Defence. Shakespeare’s military spouses create a discourse that recognizes the role of the military in national defence but criticizes risky or damaging behaviours and norms, promoting the idea of a martial identity that permits military defence without the dangers of toxic masculinity. Meeting at the intersection of Shakespeare Studies, trauma studies, and military studies, this focus on military spouses is a unique and unprecedented resource for academics in these fields, as well as for groups interested in Shakespeare and theatre as a way of thinking through and responding to psychiatric issues and traumatic experiences.