Cooking Rocks

Cooking Rocks Author Rachael Ray
ISBN-10 1891105159
Year 2004
Pages 224
Language en
Publisher Lake Isle Press
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The Food Network hostess presents a delightful collection of age- specific recipes for children, using letters, drawings, and recipes from her fans to present them. Original. 150,000 first printing.

Camper s Guide to Outdoor Cooking

Camper s Guide to Outdoor Cooking Author John G. Ragsdale
ISBN-10 9780884156031
Year 1998-08-01
Pages 192
Language en
Publisher Taylor Trade Publications
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This volume provides more than 200 recipes for outdoor cooking, along with recommendations on outdoor cooking equipment and techniques.

Ancient Pathways Ancestral Knowledge

Ancient Pathways  Ancestral Knowledge Author Nancy Turner
ISBN-10 9780773585409
Year 2014-06-01
Pages 554
Language en
Publisher McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
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Volume 1: The History and Practice of Indigenous Plant Knowledge Volume 2: The Place and Meaning of Plants in Indigenous Cultures and Worldviews Nancy Turner has studied Indigenous peoples' knowledge of plants and environments in northwestern North America for over forty years. In Ancient Pathways, Ancestral Knowledge, she integrates her research into a two-volume ethnobotanical tour-de-force. Drawing on information shared by Indigenous botanical experts and collaborators, the ethnographic and historical record, and from linguistics, palaeobotany, archaeology, phytogeography, and other fields, Turner weaves together a complex understanding of the traditions of use and management of plant resources in this vast region. She follows Indigenous inhabitants over time and through space, showing how they actively participated in their environments, managed and cultivated valued plant resources, and maintained key habitats that supported their dynamic cultures for thousands of years, as well as how knowledge was passed on from generation to generation and from one community to another. To understand the values and perspectives that have guided Indigenous ethnobotanical knowledge and practices, Turner looks beyond the details of individual plant species and their uses to determine the overall patterns and processes of their development, application, and adaptation. Volume 1 presents a historical overview of ethnobotonical knowledge in the region before and after European contact. The ways in which Indigenous peoples used and interacted with plants - for nutrition, technologies, and medicine - are examined. Drawing connections between similarities across languages, Turner compares the names of over 250 plant species in more than fifty Indigenous languages and dialects to demonstrate the prominence of certain plants in various cultures and the sharing of goods and ideas between peoples. She also examines the effects that introduced species and colonialism had on the region's Indigenous peoples and their ecologies. Volume 2 provides a sweeping account of how Indigenous organizational systems developed to facilitate the harvesting, use, and cultivation of plants, to establish economic connections across linguistic and cultural borders, and to preserve and manage resources and habitats. Turner describes the worldviews and philosophies that emerged from the interactions between peoples and plants, and how these understandings are expressed through cultures’ stories and narratives. Finally, she explores the ways in which botanical and ecological knowledge can be and are being maintained as living, adaptive systems that promote healthy cultures, environments, and indigenous plant populations. Ancient Pathways, Ancestral Knowledge both challenges and contributes to existing knowledge of Indigenous peoples' land stewardship while preserving information that might otherwise have been lost. Providing new and captivating insights into the anthropogenic systems of northwestern North America, it will stand as an authoritative reference work and contribute to a fuller understanding of the interactions between cultures and ecological systems.

The Complete Book of Fire

The Complete Book of Fire Author Buck Tilton
ISBN-10 0897328299
Year 2010-09-29
Pages 160
Language en
Publisher Menasha Ridge Press
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With a focus on safety and the integrity of the outdoors, The Complete Book of Fire: Building Campfires for Cooking, Warmth, Light, and Survival initiates the novice as well as informs the experienced. Integrating the history, ecology, and science of fire with practical aspects of campfires such as cooking and warmth, author Buck Tilton has created the ultimate guide to properly building, enjoying, and extinguishing campfires.

Camp Cooking

Camp Cooking Author Fred Bouwman
ISBN-10 9781626369818
Year 2013-12-13
Pages 244
Language en
Publisher Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
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Camp Cooking covers it all: from meat, to fish, to vegetables, baked goods and sauces. Fred Bouwman explains it all in easy-to-follow steps. This information has been tested and retested in the field. Much of it is just not available anywhere else and Bouwman lets his expertise run wild here. Chapters include information on building campfires that are serviceable for cooking, selecting the best camp stove, utensils, and how to pack and carry a camp “kitchen.” Bouwman also looks at the myths and the facts of safe water purification while camping, and teaches methods for safely purifying your water supply. The book closes with a great section on selecting using the wide selection of foods available to today’s camper.

Wilderness Living

Wilderness Living Author Gregory J. Davenport
ISBN-10 0811729931
Year 2001
Pages 231
Language en
Publisher Stackpole Books
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Living, not just surviving, by choice in the wild can be a rewarding experience. This easy-to-use guide looks beyond the fundamentals of survival and examines how to live long-term in the wild. 125 photos.

The Art of Eating through the Zombie Apocalypse

The Art of Eating through the Zombie Apocalypse Author Lauren Wilson
ISBN-10 9781940363363
Year 2014-10-28
Pages 320
Language en
Publisher BenBella Books, Inc.
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Just because the undead’s taste buds are atrophying doesn’t mean yours have to! You duck into the safest-looking abandoned house you can find and hold your breath as you listen for the approaching zombie horde you’ve been running from all day. You hear a gurgling sound. Is it the undead? No—it’s your stomach. When the zombie apocalypse tears down life and society as we know it, it will mean no more take out, no more brightly lit, immaculately organized aisles of food just waiting to be plucked effortlessly off the shelves. No more trips down to the local farmers’ market. No more microwaved meals in front of the TV or intimate dinner parties. No, when the undead rise, eating will be hard, and doing it successfully will become an art. The Art of Eating through the Zombie Apocalypse is a cookbook and culinary field guide for the busy zpoc survivor. With more than 80 recipes (from Overnight of the Living Dead French Toast and It’s Not Easy Growing Greens Salad to Down & Out Sauerkraut, Honey & Blackberry Mead, and Twinkie Trifle), scads of gastronomic survival tips, and dozens of diagrams and illustrations that help you scavenge, forage, and improvise your way to an artful post-apocalypse meal. The Art of Eating is the ideal handbook for efficient food sourcing and inventive meal preparation in the event of an undead uprising. Whether you decide to hole up in your own home or bug out into the wilderness, whether you prefer to scavenge the dregs of society or try your hand at apocalyptic agriculture, and regardless of your level of skill or preparation, The Art of Eating will help you navigate the wasteland and make the most of what you eat.

EXILED IN AN EXTRAORDINARY WORLD

EXILED IN AN EXTRAORDINARY WORLD Author Lucian A. Tower
ISBN-10 9781483666877
Year 2013-07-18
Pages 185
Language en
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
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I began writing song lyric, then came poetry, and short stories, some 40-years-ago. When I was 10-years-old. During the sixties, and in high school, I had the privilege of meeting Poet Laureate of the United States, Mr. Robert Frost. He spoke with me discussing my poetry and my ideas. He told me to keep writing and reading, and as I continued I would learn so much more, and eventually become a published poet. I have continued writing lyrics, poetry, and short stories. I am now 64-years old, and I am published. I have always told other poets and writers to keep on writing, and learning about the many different styles of the written arts. The way I see writing poetry is a likeness to a photograph of a moment, a dream, a place, and a thing, a memory good or not so good. Life comes at us in many different ways, sometimes in many different ways at once. It’s the situations that arise, the masks some people wear, the way they talk and rub shoulders with everybody. These things make up the poetry I write. When you sit down and look at life you’ll find it’s much bigger than just us. This is poetry, lyric writing, short stories from the imagination, journalism, and actually all the arts, they are great love affairs with life. I have found all things good in the written arts, even when I’m turned down by an editor. It’s all learning and enjoying what you do. So choose a photograph of a moment, a dream, or a situation, and then write about it. Create picture with words of description. I live a simple life as a Disabled Veteran of the U.S.M.C., and the Vietnam War. However, I am simply who I am, and I don’t try to say I’m someone else. I am a human being who loves the arts. My message to you all whom read this is KEEP ON WRITING; KEEP ON KEEPING ON. Lucian A. Tower

Participating in Nature

Participating in Nature Author Thomas J. Elpel
ISBN-10 1892784122
Year 2002
Pages 198
Language en
Publisher Hops Press
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Participating in Nature teaches you how to stay warm and comfortable without a sleeping bag, how to start a fire by friction, and how to build a reliable shelter from natural materials. Includes the self-reliance skills of fishing by hand, cooking edible plants, felting with wool, and making stone knives, wooden containers, willow baskets, and cordage.

Archaeology in America An Encyclopedia 4 volumes

Archaeology in America  An Encyclopedia  4 volumes Author Linda S. Cordell
ISBN-10 9780313021893
Year 2008-12-30
Pages 1488
Language en
Publisher ABC-CLIO
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The greatness of America is right under our feet. The American past—the people, battles, industry and homes—can be found not only in libraries and museums, but also in hundreds of archaeological sites that scientists investigate with great care. These sites are not in distant lands, accessible only by research scientists, but nearby—almost every locale possesses a parcel of land worthy of archaeological exploration. Archaeology in America is the first resource that provides students, researchers, and anyone interested in their local history with a survey of the most important archaeological discoveries in North America. Leading scholars, most with an intimate knowledge of the area, have written in-depth essays on over 300 of the most important archaeological sites that explain the importance of the site, the history of the people who left the artifacts, and the nature of the ongoing research. Archaeology in America divides it coverage into 8 regions: the Arctic and Subarctic, the Great Basin and Plateau, the Great Plains and Rocky Mountains, the Midwest, the Northeast, the Southeast, the Southwest, and the West Coast. Each entry provides readers with an accessible overview of the archaeological site as well as books and articles for further research.

Splish Splash Bible Bash

Splish Splash Bible Bash Author Cook Communications Ministries
ISBN-10 0781442117
Year 2004-08
Pages 307
Language en
Publisher David C Cook
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Splish-Splash Bible Bash is a children's ministry program for mixed ages that sends kids off to surf watery Bible stories and learn some important truths. Each lessson opens with a gathering time for prayer and music, followed by a lively, humorous puppet presentation. Then kids splash into the Bible with interactive stories that put them right on the scene. A choice of application activities makes usre that kids see how Bible truths relate to their lives. Preschoolers can join in the fun with elementary age kids, or they can enjoy activities specially planned for the little ones.

The Cook Up

The Cook Up Author D. Watkins
ISBN-10 9781455588640
Year 2016-05-03
Pages 272
Language en
Publisher Hachette UK
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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER NEW YORK TIMES EDITORS' CHOICE O MAGAZINE BEST SUMMER BOOK Told by the man who lived it, The Cook Up is a riveting look inside the Baltimore drug trade as portrayed in the hit HBO series, The Wire. The smartest kid on his block in East Baltimore, D. was certain he would escape the life of drugs, decadence, and violence that had surrounded him since birth. But when his brother Devin is shot-only days after D. receives notice that he's been accepted into Georgetown University-the plans for his life are exploded, and he takes up the mantel of his brother's crack empire. D. succeeds in cultivating the family business, but when he meets a woman unlike any he's known before, his priorities are once more put into question. Equally terrifying and hilarious, inspiring and heartbreaking, D.'s story offers a rare glimpse into the mentality of a person who has escaped many hells.

Surviving Through the Days

Surviving Through the Days Author Herbert W. Luthin
ISBN-10 0520222709
Year 2002
Pages 630
Language en
Publisher Univ of California Press
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"This unique and original book sets the standard for such volumes. I can't see anyone coming along for quite some time who would be able to supersede it or top it for quality and inclusiveness."--Brian Swann, editor of Coming to Light "It is a masterful treatment of oral literature. . .a wonderful combination of great verbal art and sound scholarship, carefully crafted so that the collection begins and ends with a powerful creation tale."--Leanne Hinton, author of Flutes of Fire "Since each of the contributing specialists has first-hand familiarity with the material, the translations are of unusual authenticity and the annotations are of unusual insightfulness. Luthin's own introductory sections are especially vivid and well-informed."--William Bright, author of A Coyote Reader

Off The Grid Meals

Off The Grid Meals Author Fadi Ayat
ISBN-10 9781468957709
Year 2015-03-21
Pages
Language en
Publisher Booktango
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This book explains how to make tasty, nutritious meals over a campfire. The first in a series, this book is designed for the short-term camper who needs a few meals while camping or "bugging out" for a day or two. Beginning with how to build a safe and effective campfire, the instructions will help you to make coffee, several kinds of breads, entrees and side dishes. You can eat as well as you do at home or in a restaurant, while enjoying the outdoors.

American Indian Cooking

American Indian Cooking Author Carolyn Niethammer
ISBN-10 080328375X
Year 1999-11-01
Pages 191
Language en
Publisher U of Nebraska Press
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This handy cookbook is an enjoyable and informative guide to the rich culinary traditions of the American Indians of the Southwest. Featured are 150 authentic fruit, grain, and vegetable recipes?foods that have been prepared by generations of Apaches, Zunis, Navajos, Havasupais, Yavapais, Pimas, and Pueblos. These tasty, unique dishes include mesquite pudding, Navajo blue bread, hominy, cherry corn bread, and yucca hash. American Indian Cooking also boasts wonderfully detailed illustrations of dozens of edible wild plants and essential information on their history, use, and importance. Many of these plants can be obtained by mail; a list of mail-order sources in the back of the book allows everyone to sample and savor these distinctive, natural recipes.