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Lord & Taylor's Everyday Cook Book: Cyclopedia of Practical Recipes: a Commemorative Edition

By Lord & Taylor

Lord & Taylor], 1976. Book. Very Good. Paperback. 316 pp. Facsimile reprint commemorating department store's 150th anniversary; Clean sound reading copy with unmarked text. Fading to the felt lettering of the front cover. Makes a nice clean copy with secure packaging! j3.


A Taste of Indochina

By Castorina, Jan and Stais Dimitra

Hodder & Stoughton, 1995. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. 160 pp. Clean nicely bound copy. Unmarked text. Nicely illustrated with numerous recipes from Thailand, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. hb.



By Brough Amy and Gasiorowski, Bruno

Toronto: A & R Sales, 1986. Book. Very Good. Paperback. 306 pp. Clean solid copy. Unmarked text. some mild edgewear. Makes a nice solid copy and priced accordingly with secure boxed packaging! "The aim of this cookbook is to show you how easy and pleasurable cooking can be. We are going to take the mystique out of the "culinary arts" and present the techniques used in the world's great kitchens. We are also offering a complete menu plan for your entrees, including preparation procedures, garnishes and a beverage selection."."Amy Brough's interest in psychic matters has brought her to seek regular readings witha practising Psychic in Toronto. As a result of these readings and the often striking instances of psychic phenomona they revealed, many of which are included in this book, Amy was told that a cookbook written with a chef, with their pictures on the cover, owuld be printed and published with much success." a8.


Memorable Occasions

By n/a

Hilton College, 1986. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First Edition. 128 pp. Clean tightly bound copy. Unmarked pages. light edgewear. Secure boxed packaging! Numerous declicious recipes. Was originally sold in aid of "Fleur-deLys 86 Hilton College Hilton, Natal. n5.


The Life of Galileo

By Brecht, Bertolt

London: Methuen, 1971. Book. Good. Paperback. Nice solid copy with some notation and highlighting. Makes a clean solid reading copy and priced accordingly. Along with Mother Courage, the character of Galileo is one of Brecht's greatest creations, immensely live, human and complex. Unable to resist his appetite for scientific investigation, Galileo's heretical discoveries about the solar system bring him to the attention of the Inquisition. He is scared into publicly abjuring his theories but, despite his self-contempt, goes on working in private, eventually helping to smuggle his writings out of the country.As an examination of the problems that face not only the scientist but also the whole spirit of free inquiry when brought into conflict with the requirements of government or official ideology, Life of Galileo has few equals.Written in exile in 1937-9 and first performed in Zurich in 1943, Galileo was first staged in English in 1947 by Joseph Losey in a version jointly prepared by Brecht and Charles Laughton, who played the title role. i4.


Thyssen Nordseewerke GmbH heading for the Future

By Wiborg, Klaus

Germany: Econ, 1978. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First Edition. Clean nicely bound copy. Unmarked text. Secure boxed packaging! The 75-year history of the German shipyard located in Emden. Ships and shipbuilding. 86 pgs. Beautifully Illustrated with photos and tables of data. it.


The Carty Chronicles of Landmarks and Londoners

By Carty, E. J.; McEwen, Catherine B.

London, ON, Canada: London & Middlesex Historical Society, 2005. Book. Fine. Paperback. Clean tightly bound copy. Unmarked. A collection of stories from E.J. Carty's series of articles first published in 1926-27 that are up-dated and retold. "William Bowman recalled the first train ride into London in 1853. "We stopped at all the stations along the line, but it was difficult to leave the coaches, as there were no platforms as yet erected, and the mud was too deep to wade into. Woodstock was the largest place between Hamilton and London, and it was small enough to be rediculous".".George Peters Jr. was a young black fighter who held the Canadian middleweight championship in the 1870's His sister Clara also achieved fame as a fighter. George was quoted as saying, "The only man I was ever afraid of was my sister Clara." i2.