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While Atlanta may be a city of change and transformation—its symbol is, after all, a phoenix—it also has an impressive legacy of unforgettable food. Southern cuisine with a twist, Atlanta’s culinary offerings mirror the city itself: sophisticated and diverse, flexible but distinctive.
Audubon Plantation Country Cookbook is a collection of heirloom recipes, family legends, historical facts, vintage photographs, and humorous anecdotes from this area that is as rich in cuisine as it is in history.
This detailed biography provides an extensive look into the background of a man variously described as a dandy, an unkempt wanderer, and a gifted artist. Above all, it is clear that John James Audubon was a man of many talents, revealed here in his own words. Paperback.
In this fascinating biography, author John Kemp uses Ozols’ own paintings to reveal the life of the talented artist and teacher dedicated to passing down the lessons of the great painters of the past.
Combining the influences of Spain, Africa, and the Caribbean, Cuban cuisine is as much about family as it is about flavor. This traditional collection of Cuban recipes includes a range of favorite dishes—more than one hundred in all—to provide a culinary tour of the classic Cuban foods from starters and salads to mains, meats, and desserts.
This true crime book chronicles several murders that occurred in the South from the 1880s through the early 1930s. While many of the mentioned crimes achieved national notoriety, others remain buried in obscurity. Through meticulous research and astute conjectures, Keven McQueen attempts to unravel the mysteries and reveal the truth behind each chilling case.
It’s time to go back to school in this adorable sequel to The Picky Little Witch! Mama Witch takes the Picky Little Witch to Witches R’ Us for some “Back to Ghoul” supplies, only to find out that they don’t agree on anything at all. The cape that Mama Witch picks out is dark as night, the pointy shoes have a hundred buttons, and the splintery pine broom is perfect for helping little witches grow up to be mean and scary. But the Picky Little Witch would much prefer glitter, sequins, and feathered hats to Mama Witch’s sensible but boring suggestions. Is there anything they can agree on?
In the 1880s, the Ozark hills around Taney County, Missouri, echoed with the sound of Winchester rifles. Men were lynched from tree limbs by masked night riders. Bundles of switches were tossed on the porches of “loose” men and women as a grim warning to reform or leave the area.
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More than just a volume of recipes, The Ballymaloe Bread Book demonstrates basic principles and useful techniques, so at-home bakers can experiment and expand their repertoire with confidence. Paperback.
This entertaining work analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of the Civil War’s top Union and Confederate generals using extensive primary documents and original research. Included are the surprising answers to intriguing questions: How did Union general Ulysses S. Grant attain such a high rank after numerous failures in civilian life? What made the dour, almost fanatically religious Stonewall Jackson perhaps the best combat leader in the Confederacy? Walsh’s record is a must read for history buffs from both sides of the Mason-Dixon!
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