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Outdoor Cooking from Tide s Table

Author : Ross Mavis
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Outdoor Cooking from Tide's Table presents delicious dishes cooked on the barbeque, unusual meals prepared by other outdoor methods, and treats to eat and drink before, during, and after the al fresco adventure. Recipes such as Grilled Tuna Salad combine readily available (though not necessarily familiar) ingredients into dishes that will pique the taste buds of the up-to-date gastronome. At the same time, instructions for making an old-fashioned float or wrapping trout in clay and baking it in a campfire show Ross and Willa's irrepressible love for grown-up variations on childhood favourites. In all, they treat their readers to 185 recipes.

Canadian Books in Print Author and Title Index

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Canadian Book Review Annual

Author : Joyce M. Wilson
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Quill Quire

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The Outdoor Table

Author : April McKinney
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April McKinney celebrates the tradition of packing up your best food and enjoying a meal outdoors. When most people say they are going out to eat, they usually mean out to a restaurant. But it could mean a front porch brunch with your closest friends; a nighttime concert in the park; a tailgate party at the stadium; a moonlit dinner at the drive-in movie theater; or a picnic at a vineyard. Whether at a planned event or just an impromptu cookout in the backyard with your friends and neighbors, The Outdoor Table is your guide to creating portable dishes that you can prepare ahead of time and serve cold or at room temperature when you get to your destination that your family and friends will love. It’s time to pack a picnic and start making memories.

Friends at My Table

Author : Alice Hart
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A guide to the art of hosting dinner parties provides a selection of party menus for large and small gatherings, explaining how to adapt menus to incorporate regional foods while sharing suggestions for complementary sides and beverages.

Canadian Books in Print

Author : Marian Butler
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Teaching Science in an Outdoor Environment

Author : Phyllis Gross
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Suggests activities, experiments, and field sites to provide children with first-hand learning experiences

Sierra Leone

Author : Katrina Manson
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This is the only English-language guide on the market dedicated exclusively to Sierra Leone. Sierra Leone is about the size of Wales and manages to squeeze beaches, rainforests, mountains, savannah grasslands, marshes, mangrove swamps and rivers into its relatively small size. Written for intrepid travellers looking to explore this scarred but vibrant nation, this brand new edition of Sierra Leone invites you to discover the hidden beaches on the country's Atlantic coast, climb to the top of Mount Bintumani, west Africa's highest peak, learn about magical customs, and experience world-class bird-watching.

Outdoor California

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Book Review Index

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MS Outdoors

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National Fisherman

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The Cyclic Realities of Man and Nature in a Palauan Village

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Between the Tides

Author : Susannah Marren
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Lainie Smith Morris is perfectly content with her life in New York City: she has four children, a handsome surgeon husband, and good friends. This life she has built is shattered, however, when her husband Charles announces he has accepted a job in Elliot, New Jersey, and that the family must relocate. Lainie is forced to give up the things she knows and loves. Though Charles easily adapts to the intricacies of suburban life, even thriving in it, Lainie finds herself increasingly troubled and bored by her new limited responsibilities, and she remains desperate for the inspiration, comfort, and safety of the city she called home. She is hopelessly lost—until, serendipitously, she reconnects with an old friend/rival turned current Elliot resident, Jess. Pleased to demonstrate her social superiority to Lainie, Jess helps her find a footing, even encouraging Lainie to develop as an artist; but what looks like friendship is quickly supplanted by a betrayal with earth-shattering impact, and a move to the suburbs becomes a metaphor for a woman who must search to find a new home ground in the shifting winds of marriage, family, career, and friendship. Between the Tides is an engrossing, commanding debut from tremendous new talent Susannah Marren.

Turning the Tide of Male Juvenile Delinquency

Author : Dr. Lawrence C. Grebstein, PhD, ABPP
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Research evidence now supports the prediction that juvenile delinquents fare significantly better in rehabilitative programs than in youth prisons or home confinement. This book constitutes a groundbreaking, how-to roadmap for developing and implementing an effective rehabilitative program for delinquent youth. Based on a landmark study on the treatment of juvenile delinquents, the book describes a multidisciplinary approach toward solving social problems and illustrates how an integrative model of family counseling can be applied in a residential setting. This program hones the most effective strategies into a single unified evolutionary approach to rehabilitation that will be useful to psychologists, social workers, counselors, and students working with juvenile delinquents. The authors have culled information from sociology, psychology, criminology, and social justice to explain why juveniles commit crimes and have developed strategies toward rehabilitation that directly address the causes. Analyzing data that spans 31 years from a large study of youth offenders that incorporates information from multiple sources, they describe in detail how this model residential treatment and education program provides a viable alternative to youth prison. Chapters address the historical context for present-day treatment of juvenile delinquency and the main components of the program at Ocean Tides, including its underlying philosophy, detailed descriptions of effective interventions, practical strategies for interviewing and working with adolescent male juvenile delinquents, and training programs that can be used in other settings. The book also includes new and important data on the effects of family violence and includes descriptions of how outside consultants can be used to inform treatment and rehabilitation. KEY FEATURES: Describes a proven, multidisciplinary approach to significantly reducing violent behavior among juveniles Based on a landmark study of an effective rehabilitative program Includes new and important data on the effects of family violence Guides professionals in replicating the success of the Ocean Tides program Provides readers with practical strategies for interviewing and working with adolescent male juvenile delinquents

South Carolina Wildlife

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Library of Congress Catalogs

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Keeping Track

Author : Ed Gray
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Written over the course of 20 years by the founding editor of Gray's Sporting Journal, these 70 short pieces form a very personal and moving memoir of a thoughtful life spent in the outdoors with his growing family and a few like-minded and unforgettable characters. By the end of this book, they'll all be etched in your mind, too.