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    The Structure of Teaching by Joyce, Bruce R.; Harootunian, Berj

    Chicago, etc.: Science Research Associates, 1967. Soft Cover. Very Good-/No Jacket. 258 pp. Binding is tight. Cover shows light rubbing and tanning. Text is tight, clean, and unmarked



    Teaching Sentence Fluency Using Momma, Where are you From? (The Trait Crate, Grade 3) by Culham, Ruth

    New York, etc.: Scholastic, 2007. Soft Cover. Very Good+/No Jacket. 14 pp. Stapled wraps are tight, with slight rubbing on cover. Text is tight, clean, and unmarked. NOTE: This is only one item from the kit associated with this ISBN



    Vintage Feasting a Vintner's Year of Fine Wines, Good Times, and Gifts from Nature's Garden by Joy Sterling

    ZCook Books Cooking Wine: Pocket Books, Inc., 1996. 240 pgs., illustrated. Has some underlining.. Hard Cover. Very Good Minus/Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.



    Prereading Activities for Content Area Reading and Learning (Reading Aids Series) by Moore, David W.; Readence, John E.; Rickelman, Robert J

    Newark, Del.: International Reading Association, 1986. 4th printing of 1982 ed. Soft Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 65 pp. Stapled wraps are tight, with light rubbing on cover. Text is tight, clean, and unmarked




    May not be noted.. Fine in Very Good+ dust jacket. Hardcover. 0870001892 . Academia; Professor; Learning; School; We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; Professor X THIS BEATS WORKING FOR A LIVING: The Dark Secrets of a College Professor Arlington, 1973. 160pp. 1st edition. Book fine/dust jacket very good+. PROFESSOR X says college teaching is a big swindle and the Ph. D. Is license to steal. .



    The Cheese Book: The Definitive Guide to the Cheeses of the World by Marquis, Vivienne and Patricia Haskell with an additional chapter by Charles Senelick

    Simon & Schuster / A Fireside Book, 1985. Soft Cover. Very Good. REVIEWS "This little book (mine is paperback) is one of my favorite of all time. Two women, amateurs, head to Europe in order to try cheeses. In the process they receive an education in all facets of the cheese industry from animals to growing to types to - best of all - the history behind a number of popular cheeses. They are adventuresome eaters and what is particularly endearing about the pair is their unabashed enthusiasm for their product as they sample and smell and spoon all manner of things. No sophisticated air or silent nod of the head from these two. They traipse through country after country in Europe eating as they go. The chapters are divided into logical categories - mainly by types of cheese - "aromatic", cheddars, blues, Double and Triple Cremes), Monastery, etc. They present a good discussion of the pros and (mostly) cons of "pasteurization" and the resulting blandness in the American diet. Some parts of the book are hilarious - the Goat cheese contest is worth the price of the book alone. The recipes are simply an added bonus with the tip of the hat going to the beer Welsh Rarebit - a snack of divine origins." -- review by Avid Reader. "I came upon this book long after it swept into thousands of American homes via Book Clubs. (1960's) At that time it must have been considered an incredible resource as cheeses (beyond the standards) were still largely unfamiliar commodies to most. It may have been a bit overly-thorough for the average reader at that time. Today we are on the whole a lot more cheese-savvy in this country and there are wonderful cheeses to be found near at hand. It's wonderful to find a book that takes the time to go into all the various aspects of cheese-making, buying, storing, serving, as well as covering the fascinating history of cheese down through the ages. Every possible type of cheese seems to be covered - it's amazing how many there are! Then finally one comes to the recipes - not many, but all use basic ingredients, are quite simply prepared and incredibly tasty. They've all worked well for me (and I've tried most all of them.) The cheddar cheese soup is easy to prepare and is one of the best I've ever tasted. It's the two creamy onion soups with cheese (one with a hard sharp cheese like cheddar, one with parmesan) that are the piece de resistance for me in this fine book. I consider the book worth it for the soup recipes alone! If you like cheese -- ANY kind of cheese -- grab yourself a copy of this now out-of-print book!" -- review by Song & Song Lover. Book is in very good condition with normal shelf wear. The covers are a little yellowed and smudged. The lower page block has a bit of soiling.



    The Kitchen and the Cotton Patch by Patsie McRee

    Atlanta Georgia: Cullom & Ghertner Co., 1948. VG/1st ed. A sweet book with lovely drawings, stories, poems, and some great Southern recipes. The poetry in the book is in dilect, but respectfully so, and the drawings are not characterchures. 102 pages, with foreword by the State Historian of Georgia and the Poet Laureate of Georgia . 75 recipes+. Book has no jacket. Front cover is illustrated with bright yellow lettering and flower and fruit illustrations. Title in yellow lettering down spine. There are 3 small spots of what appears to be yellow paint at the very top of front panel next to the spine. The book covers are bright green with no wear or soiling and sharp corners. The interior is clean with no foxing or marking. Old small bookstore label from Barber's Bookstore in Hendersonville N.C. plsced at top of front pastedown. A great example of some of the "Dixie" cookbooks published in the 1940s.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/None Present. Illus. by Kathryn Burked. Recipes and Humor.



    Neiman Marcus Cookbook by Kevin Garvin

    New York, New York: Clarkson Potter, Publisher, 2003. F/NF/3rd Printing. Clean and tight, with no soiling or markings. Jacket has been price clipped. Otherwise, Fine. Covered with a removable mylar dust jacket. 284 pages of recipes with full color pictures and a well organized index. A small section with basic recipes for things such as the best methods to boil an egg, make a lemon-butter sauce, etc.. 3rd Printing. Hard Cover. Fine/Near Fine. Cook Book/Neiman Marcus.



    THE SONG PRIMER Teacher's Book by Alys E Bentley

    May not be noted.. Near Fine with no dust jacket. We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; Alys E Bentley, THE SONG PRIMER, Teacher's Book, Barnes 1914, hardbound in grey cloth with no dust jacket, near fine condition. .



    Fannie Flagg's Original Whistlestop Cafe Cookbook by Fannie Flagg

    New York, New York: Ballantine Books, 1993. F/F/1st ed. Fannie Flagg is one of the finest tale telling, myth building, Southern writers of all time. I loved the book, loved the movie, and come to find out that the cafe was based on her Aunt Bess' cafe in Alabama. Not too fancy; just good soulful southern food. Along with the recipes there's quotes from the book, and a lot of old black and white photos scattered through that will remind you how things used to be done. 282 pages, this cookbook has never been used, I have another for cooking, clean and tight with a little rubbing shelfwear on the very bottom of the boards. Excellent color on the yellow jacket, price intact and covered with a mylar sleeve.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Cookbook/"Fried Green Tomatos".



    Pennsylvania Dutch Cook Book by J. George Frederick

    ZCook Books Dutch: Dover Publications, 1971. 186 pgs.,. Soft Cover. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.



    When You Entertain What to Do, and How by Ida Bailey Allen

    Atlana Georgia: The Coca-Cola Company, 1932. VG/1sted. A very nice copy of early Coca-Cola advertising. Ida Bailey Allen was a busy woman; she had a national radio program, she was the Sunday food editior for the New York American, she wrote 50 cookbooks, and she was Founder and President of the National Radio Homemakers' Club., and would be known as the "Nation's Homemaker" for evermore. This little book is about entertaining at home, from formal to casual. 1932 was just beyond the tail end of the Depression when money was still scarce, and inviting friends and family to your home was popular. This little book sold over 375,000 copies in its first six months in print. 124pp. with many line drawings and a few photographs. Includes an index of chapters. Etiquiette tips abound for weddings and formal occassions. Coca Cola mentioned on about every page. Book has some light wear to cover, a few places of rubbing (see photo), but the interior is clean and unmarked. Binding is tight. Not all that scarce; but nice copies are hard to come by.. First Edition. Binding. Very Good/None Issued. Cook Book/Barbecue/Southern.



    Discover: Teacher's Book: A Resource for Planning and Teaching by Cooper, David; Pikulski, John J

    Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1996. Spiral binding. Very Good/No Jacket. 427 pp. Spiral binding is undamaged. Cover shows light rubbing. Text is clean and unmarked



    The Deen Bros. Take it Easy by Jamie and Bobby Deen and Melissa Clark

    New York, New York: Ballantine Books, 2011. VF/VF/1st ed./Signed. If you have'nt got time to waste, Jamie and Bobby Deen have the meals to make. Imagine getting dinner for your family on the table in forty-five minutes or less. In this inspired and indispensable new cookbook, Paula Deen's sons show you how to whip up 125 delicious Southern-style recipes quicker than you can say, "Come and get it!" Book Condition: Both book and dust jacket are new, never used, and signed by both of Paula's Boys on the title page. This is a first edition, first printing and the dust jacket is covered with a removable mylar jacket.. Signed By Both Authors. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Fine/Very Fine. Cookbook/Southern Cookery.



    Independent Activities for Classroom Management, Grade 3 (Houghton Mifflin Reading) by Cooper, J. David, et al

    Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2006. Soft Cover. Near Fine/No Jacket. 83 pp. plus Blackline Masters. Tight and clean, looks unread



    Mrs. Fields I Love Chocolate! Cookbook: 100 Easy & Irresistible Recipes by Debbi Fields

    New York New York: Time-life Books, 1994. first printing 1994. Paperback. Very Good +/none. produced by rebus Inc.,hardcover bright red polkadot background red and brown titling with a picture of Mrs. Fields holding a cookie the interior the book is clean and unmarked the book almost appears to not of been used or used very carefully with white gloves in the kitchen, none of my used cook books look like this. many of the recipes are fairly straightforward, however you need a few things to work with chocolate effectively like a double boiler. From the author of the New York Times bestselling Mrs. Field's Cookie Book here are 100 extraordinary new recipes featuring Debbi Fields' favorite ingredient--chocolate. The scrumptiously photographed, kitchen-tested recipes celebrate chocolate in all its mouthwatering varieties, sure to stop even the most ardent chocolate lovers in their tracks... Mrs. Fields I Love Chocolate! Cookbook: 100 Easy & Irresistible Recipes Author Debbi Fields Edition illustrated Publisher Time-Life Custom Pub., 1994 ISBN 0809478110, 9780809478118 Length 120 pages Subjects Cooking Courses & Dishes Chocolate Ruth Reaser ...Ruth Reaser...LAX Vespa shipped United States Post via media mail to fulfill your order, Los Angeles Area I carefully pack your book, hop on my Vespa and visit the PO to have it placed in our mail system...Your purchase helps a former middle aged college girl enjoy the occasional pedicure, Chocolate. Better coffee beans, teeth cleanings, liquor, cheese, all the basics one needs to be happy. Sunshine's free in California fortunately. will fit in a Legal priority mail envelope if you want expedited shipping.. I try to get things out that go priority that same day, unless it's after the post office closes researched 5 2015 Buy multiple books save on shipping..



    Back in the Day Bakery: Made with Love by Cheryl and Griffth Day

    New York, New York: Artisan Publishing, 2014. F/1st ed./Signed. More than 100 recipes and Make it Yourself Projects to create and share. This really is the best bakery in Savannah; I've stood in line out-door-around- the- corner, several times. This copy is boldly signed on the title page by both authors to the previous owner. 302 pp., filled with confectionary delights! Lots of full color pictures, and homey recipes for Southern treats. I have'nt tried any of the recipes in this cookbook--but if its as good as the first one--it will be a surefire winner! I own this book and can have it in the mail to you tomorrow. . Signed by Author on Title Page. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/None Issued. Cooking/Baking/Southern.



    Still Wines from Grapes (American Wine Society Manual, 3) by Phillips, E. S

    Royal Oak, Mich.: American Wine Society, 1978. Revised ed. Soft Cover. Very Good+/No Jacket. 16 pp. Stapled wraps are tight, with slight rubbing on cover. Text is tight, clean, and unmarked




    May not be noted.. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. Second Printing. Hardcover. 0672606267 . Education; Teaching Reading; We fit archival quality clear acrylic covers for additional protection whenever possible. ; Dr. Roma Gans Common Sense in Teaching Reading Bobbs-merrill Co. 1963. Non Ficton .



    Ideas for Creative Teaching by Anonymous

    Evanston, IL: McDougal Littell, 1984. Soft Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 87 pp. Binding is tight, with light rubbing on cover. Text is tight, clean, and unmarked



    The New Seasoning by Graham Kerr

    ZCook Books American: Simon and Schuster, 1976. 237 pgs., illustrations. Light wear to jacket with tiny spots of litho loss.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Remainder.



    The Savannah Cookbook by Damon Lee Fowler

    Salt Lake City, Utah: Gibbs Smith, 2008. VF/VF/1st ed. 1st prntng/Signed. With a deep love of Savannah, and a way with words, Damon Lee Fowler guides us through a tour of Savannah's culinary history. Savannah's always been the queen of Southern Hospitality, and fabulous food has always been part of that hospitality. 222 pages with gorgeous photography by John Robert Carrington. Signed on the half title page: "Eat well and live your dreams! Damon Lee Fowler". A virtually new book, only opened to be signed and covered with a mylar sleeve.. Signed by Author on Half Title Page. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Fine/Very Fine. Cook Book/Savannah/Southern.



    Foods of the World The Cooking Of the Caribbean Islands by Linda Wolfe

    ZCook Books Cajun: Time Life Books, 1979. 208 pgs., Photos & illustrations. Illustrated cover.Cover has some wear.. Hard Cover. Very Good/None Issued. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall.



    Louisiana's Fabulous Foods and How to Cook Them by Lady Helen Henriques Hardy and Raymond J. Martinez

    New Orleans, LA: Hope Publications VG+/0/circa mid 1950's. A wll preserved copy, clean and securely stapled. No foxing or soil to interior. A few places of light rubbing on cover. 80 pages, includes historical sketches of some of the restaurants and popular locations in New Orleans. Original recipes from many of the famous New Orleans Restaurants. Book comes to you in an acid free document bag for storage.. Paperback. Very Good+/None Isssued. Cook Book/New Orleans.



    The Town & Country Cookbook by James Villas

    ZCook Books American, 1985. 569 pgs., Contains all of the recipes that have appeared in Town & Country magazine over the last twelve years. Small Not for resale stamped inside and on top edge.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Catherine Kanner.

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