A Story of the Coffee Bean Family: Entertaining, Educational, and Based on Facts

A Story of the Coffee Bean Family: Entertaining, Educational, and Based on Facts

Author: ,G.

Publisher: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc.

ISBN: 9781635255096

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 20

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Come on, partner, we'll round up coffee beans. I see them beans in my dreams. They make De-Lightfull stuff. Irish coffee with whip cream fluff. Coffee hot, coffee cold. Coffee to stay, coffee to go. Coffee cake, coffee pie. Coffee candy, "Oh my!" Coffee donuts and coffee bread. Don't forget the coffee spread!

A Story of the Coffee Bean Family

A Story of the Coffee Bean Family

Author: G. and June Dooley

Publisher:

ISBN: 1635255082

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 22

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Come on, partner, we'll round up coffee beans. I see them beans in my dreams. They make De-Lightfull stuff. Irish coffee with whip cream fluff. Coffee hot, coffee cold. Coffee to stay, coffee to go. Coffee cake, coffee pie. Coffee candy, "Oh my!" Coffee donuts and coffee bread. Don't forget the coffee spread!

The Imposter as Social Theory

The Imposter as Social Theory

Author: Steve Woolgar

Publisher: Policy Press

ISBN: 9781529213089

Category: Social Science

Page: 350

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Edited by expert scholars, this volume explores the 'imposter' through empirical cases, including click farms, bikers, business leaders and fraudulent scientists, providing insights into the social relations and cultural forms from which they emerge.

The Marley Coffee Cookbook

The Marley Coffee Cookbook

Author: Rohan Marley

Publisher: Quarry Books

ISBN: 9781631594410

Category: Cooking

Page: 208

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From Bob Marley's son, Rohan Marley, and expert chef, Maxcel Hardy, comes The Marley Coffee Cookbook. This collection of recipes infuses incredible recipes with coffee for something truly unique. Rohan Marley kicks off each chapter of The Marley Coffee Cookbook with anecdotes about growing up as the son of legendary musician Bob Marley, who to this day is revered by music lovers young and old. The chapter One Love, for instance, begins: "One Love is one of my father's biggest songs, and I wanted the coffee that I named One Love not just to be a standout single origin coffee, but to really resonate with people." Chef Maxcel Hardy's flawless recipes and expert guidance on the best way to infuse a dish with coffee flavor make this book a very special addition to any cookbook collection. Hardy speaks to the importance of choosing a particular coffee to harmonize with certain foods, and he shows how easy it is to use coffee in a way that it brings out the best in everything from savory dishes to sweet treats. There's a strong coffee connection for each dish, whether it is infused with a mocha theme or it rocks an espresso flavor. These are dishes you won't find anywhere else, to name a few: Sweet potato waffles with a pecan coffee syrup Grilled salmon with a coffee maple, and ginger glaze Fried plantains with coffee sugar Coffee spice blend-marinated lamb ribs with guava BBQ sauce Grab your copy of The Marley Coffee Cookbook today, and try out these incredible foods that truly carry on the soul of Bob Marley.

Never Alone

Never Alone

Author: Hertha Will

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781462044870

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 184

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In a warm and vivid style, the author describes life with her identical twin from early childhood to young adulthood. The setting is Bavaria in the mid 1930s to the 1950s. The twins' closeness helps them cope with the adversities of war and the untimely death of their father. They share the same experiences and emotions, and they enjoy the same activities. They view their togetherness as the key to happiness and promise each other never to get separated, never to get married. As teenagers they fend off a persistent suitor that pursues one of them while threatening the other. But then, in their early twenties, the twins fall in love with the men of their dreams, men totally different in their backgrounds, education and personalities. One is a German physicist, the other an Arabian businessman. Yet, in spite of living and raising their families in two different continents, the twins maintain their close relationship.

Confessions of a Coffee Bean

Confessions of a Coffee Bean

Author: Marie Nadine Antol

Publisher: Square One Publishers, Inc.

ISBN: 0757000207

Category: Cooking

Page: 210

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A guide to coffee covers its history, including the evolution of coffehouses and other aspects of coffee culture, along with recipes for different kinds of coffee and desserts.

Food Industry R&D

Food Industry R&D

Author: Helmut Traitler

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119089414

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 312

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Research and development represents a vast spread of topics and can be an arena for controversy. In academia, such controversy may stem from conflicting interpretations of data and subsequent conclusions, the question of who was first to discover a particular finding and whether or not the said finding is of any value to the scientific community. R&D in corporate environments is mostly defined and driven by costs and clearly identified, consumer-focused targets. There is, however, common ground between these two approaches as both strive to maximize knowledge, though for different reasons and in differnt ways. The equipment and scientific rigor may be similar or identical, however their usage, approach and interpretation are different. This book discusses the history and background of today's food industry R&D as seen by consumers, academia and the industry itself, with several chapters dedicated to new and disruptive approaches. A must-read for all professionals in the packaged goods industry as well as students who aspire to contribute to this new industry, forcefully driven by R&D.

Sex on the Kitchen Table

Sex on the Kitchen Table

Author: Norman C. Ellstrand

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226574929

Category: Science

Page: 208

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At the tips of our forks and on our dinner plates, a buffet of botanical dalliance awaits us. Sex and food are intimately intertwined, and this relationship is nowhere more evident than among the plants that sustain us. From lascivious legumes to horny hot peppers, most of humanity’s calories and other nutrition come from seeds and fruits—the products of sex—or from flowers, the organs that make plant sex possible. Sex has also played an arm’s-length role in delivering plant food to our stomachs, as human handmade evolution (plant breeding, or artificial selection) has turned wild species into domesticated staples. In Sex on the Kitchen Table, Norman C. Ellstrand takes us on a vegetable-laced tour of this entire sexual adventure. Starting with the love apple (otherwise known as the tomato) as a platform for understanding the kaleidoscopic ways that plants can engage in sex, successive chapters explore the sex lives of a range of food crops, including bananas, avocados, and beets, finally ending with genetically engineered squash—a controversial, virus-resistant vegetable created by a process that involves the most ancient form of sex. Peppered throughout are original illustrations and delicious recipes, from sweet and savory tomato pudding to banana puffed pancakes, avocado toast (of course), and both transgenic and non-GMO tacos. An eye-opening medley of serious science, culinary delights, and humor, Sex on the Kitchen Table offers new insight into fornicating flowers, salacious squash, and what we owe to them. So as we sit down to dine and ready for that first bite, let us say a special grace for our vegetal vittles: let’s thank sex for getting them to our kitchen table.

Emmy and the Boss

Emmy and the Boss

Author: Penny McCusker

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9781426811661

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

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He Always Gets What He Wants… Efficiency expert Emmy Jones plans everything down to the last detail. But when her fianc dumps her— leaving her wedding list and orderly life in tatters—she wonders if she'll ever find someone to love. It certainly can't be the tall, dark, much too attractive stranger who's making a beeline for her table! And He Wants Her! Nick Porter needs Emmy to save his company. But who's going to save him from the adorable blonde with the flyaway curls who's keeping Nick's mind on anything but business? Behind Emmy's clipboard and stopwatch is a woman who wants the same things he does. She just doesn't know it yet!

A Texan on Her Doorstep (Mills & Boon Cherish) (Famous Families, Book 2)

A Texan on Her Doorstep (Mills & Boon Cherish) (Famous Families, Book 2)

Author: Stella Bagwell

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 9781408920169

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

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Can the doctor help the stubborn sheriff mend his broken heart? As deputy sheriff, Mac usually gave difficult news — but now he’s about to get it. He’s planning to confront his long-lost mother — until he’s blocked by her formidable doctor. Ileana isn’t about to let anyone stress her patient.

The Book of Coffee and Tea

The Book of Coffee and Tea

Author: Joel Schapira

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin

ISBN: 9781250113481

Category: Cooking

Page: 336

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The Book of Coffee and Tea is a passionate guide to selecting, tasting, preparing, and serving the beverages caffeine connoisseurs can't live without. Written by acknowledged experts in the coffee-roasting and tea-importing business, this book will tell you everything you ever wanted to know about that beloved cup of joe (or orange pekoe), including how to: distinguish between Kona, Jamaican, Mocha, Java, and the other varieties of coffee; choose the method of brewing that's best for you; make the perfect cup of coffee at the ideal temperature, no mater which method you choose; recognize ginseng, oolong, Earl Grey Ceylon, and the myriad other types of tea; blend and prepare your own herbal teas at home; recognize quality and freshness; find the best coffee, tea, equipment, and accessories, using the completely updated mail order section. Rich with the lore, steeped in tradition, and brimming with expert information, this is the only book coffee and tea lovers will ever need.

The Crisis

The Crisis

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Page: 56

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The Crisis, founded by W.E.B. Du Bois as the official publication of the NAACP, is a journal of civil rights, history, politics, and culture and seeks to educate and challenge its readers about issues that continue to plague African Americans and other communities of color. For nearly 100 years, The Crisis has been the magazine of opinion and thought leaders, decision makers, peacemakers and justice seekers. It has chronicled, informed, educated, entertained and, in many instances, set the economic, political and social agenda for our nation and its multi-ethnic citizens.