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hot for food all day

hot for food all day Pdf/ePub eBook Author: ,
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More than 100 utterly simple, crazy-delicious vegan recipes that satisfy cravings all day, everyday, from vegan YouTube guru and bestselling author of Vegan Comfort Classics Lauren Toyota. Lauren Toyota's hot for food has become the go-to source online for flavorful, vegan comfort food recipes like Cheeseburger Pasta Salad and Oyster Mushroom Calamari. But let's face it--epic vegan food can take work. So in hot for food all day, Lauren collects her simplest, tastiest recipes, for the quickest weeknight meals, easy work lunches, and satisfying breakfasts. Separated by meal type, and with choose-your-own-adventure recipes for mac 'n' cheese, snack mixes, scones, and more, hot for food all day has everything you can expect from Lauren--Buffalo Chicken Crunchwraps, Spiced Grilled Cheese, Stuffed Breakfast Danishes, Tokyo Street Fries--as well as ideas for leveling up your leftovers to make your vegan meals amazing all week. With photos chronicling what Lauren eats in a day, as well as endless ideas for dressings, sauces, and other flavor boosters, Lauren proves again that vegans can eat whatever they want.

Gifts, Romance, and Consumer Culture

Gifts, Romance, and Consumer Culture Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Yuko Minowa,Russell W. Belk
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How do people communicate their romantic feelings? Gift giving is one way. Giving and receiving of gifts is a characteristic of intimate relationships. Gifts are a message, a form of communication with a tangible material object, about love, affection, or concern for the recipient. The "romantic gift" evokes a multitude of intertwined meanings: passion, intimacy, affection, persuasion, care, celebration, altruism, and nostalgia. They can also connote the negative images of obligation and reciprocity. Romantic gift giving may be practiced at rituals, during rites of passage, or for casual occasions, to affirm the continued importance of the romantic relationship. We may even romanticize the giving of gifts to the self, to nonhuman companions, and to others we do not know personally. If loving and giving are a practice, then romantic gift giving is a practice of loving with intimate—or would-be intimate—others. This book addresses gift giving among consumers attempting to express and construct romantic love. It lies at the intersection of consumption, markets, and culture. In societies shaped by the globalizing neo-liberal economic order, increasing wealth disparity, and a partially digitized social environment that they help to co-construct, it may be time to rethink romantic love. Gift giving is a key arena to do so, as gifts make love tangible and act as carriers of meaning as well as cultural symbols. In gift giving the meanings of romance are renewed, renegotiated, and reconstructed. Gifts, Romance, And Consumer Culture demonstrates a wide variety of scholarly work bearing on romantic gift giving using an interpretive consumer research perspective. The book introduces critical studies by scholars in this unfolding and new interdisciplinary field.


Gifts Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jacqueline Dickens
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An intriguing fictional mystery with quite a twist from your everyday novel; the ordinary becomes extraordinary. It is a story about real people caught in the deepest challenges of faith, love, and how they view religion. Be prepared to feel the power of fear, suspense, and joy as you join the citizens of small town Sutters Junction. They face a trial so unexpected that no one could have guessed it was the modern world.


Gifts Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Robert Asha
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A book of devotional Love poetry, breadcrumbs strewn along the inward spiraling path to God.

Hidden Gifts

Hidden Gifts Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Christine Pope
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A match decreed by fate. A love awakened by magic… Life as Rafael Castillo knows it is about to come to an end. Twenty-one years ago, his grandmother, then head witch of the Castillo clan, helped the McAllister clan defeat a dark wizard...for a price. The payment, Miranda McAllister, is now on her way to be his bride. A medieval arrangement, but there’s no naysaying Rafe’s mother, who is intent on carrying out his grandmother’s wishes. Miranda’s parents tried everything — even revealing her lack of magical gifts — to break this unholy bargain, to no avail. As her Halloween birthday approaches, she journeys to Santa Fe, where the betrothed she’s never seen awaits. Their first meeting is more like Beauty clashing with Beast than Cinderella dancing away with Prince Charming. But their first kiss is electric, triggering a storm of emotions and odd experiences that make Miranda wonder if her long-dormant magic is finally bursting from its shell. However, even as Rafe and Miranda begin to grow closer, threads of dark magic are weaving a spell that could destroy their clans’ alliance…and any chance for love. ----- Hidden Gifts is the first novel in the Witches of Canyon Road series, a spin-off from Christine Pope’s bestselling Witches of Cleopatra Hill books.

The Girl With All the Gifts

The Girl With All the Gifts Pdf/ePub eBook Author: M. R. Carey
Editor: Orbit
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In the ruins of civilization, a young girl's kindness and capacity for love will either save humanity -- or wipe it out in this USA Today bestselling thriller Joss Whedon calls "heartfelt, remorseless, and painfully human." Melanie is a very special girl. Dr Caldwell calls her "our little genius." Every morning, Melanie waits in her cell to be collected for class. When they come for her, Sergeant keeps his gun pointed at her while two of his people strap her into the wheelchair. She thinks they don't like her. She jokes that she won't bite, but they don't laugh. The Girl With All the Gifts is a genre-defying, emotionally charged thriller that will shatter your expectations of the classic zombie novel. For more from M. R. Carey, check out:Someone Like MeFellsideThe Boy on the Bridge By the same author, writing as Mike Carey: The Devil You Know Vicious Circle Dead Men's Boots Thicker Than Water The Naming of the Beasts

Spiritual Gifts

Spiritual Gifts Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Charles Elias Mahlangu
Editor: Partridge Africa
ISBN: 1482861097
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In Spiritual gifts: Church Under Siege, (This book is part of a 3-book series) Charles laments over how ministry gifts which were intended to prepare saints have been woefully neglected. He argues that believers are granted abilities and leaders are needed who are willing to invest in them. He moans that those with ministry gifts of the Lord Jesus Christ have behaved as if they are not committed to training individual believers. The Black pulpit has ignored the pews in the department of gift identification and developing. He pleads with the leaders as ministers of the Lord Jesus Christ to fulfil the number one functional dynamic in this life. In Your Gift from God the Holy Spirit Matters, (Book 1) Charles takes the reader on a hunt to explore how the individual believer is granted a supernatural gift. He persuades and convinces the believer to discover his individual strategic gifting. He defines and illustrates the gifts and tackles the controversial. Charles says Ministry gifts were given to prepare the saints for the work of service and not to do the work of the ministry. He shows how Pentecostal Evangelicals, Charismatic Evangelicals and Traditional Evangelicals have been uniquely gifted and what must be discovered at the individual level according to the divine strategy of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. In Spiritual Gifts: Welcome to the Church, (Book 2) Charles defines and describes each gift. He persuades the believer to connect with individual gifting, according to the will of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. He urges that every believer is entrusted with a gift that can be known and used to benefit many.

Civic Gifts

Civic Gifts Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Elisabeth S. Clemens
Editor: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022667097X
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In Civic Gifts, Elisabeth S. Clemens takes a singular approach to probing the puzzle that is the United States. How, she asks, did a powerful state develop within an anti-statist political culture? How did a sense of shared nationhood develop despite the linguistic, religious, and ethnic differences among settlers and, eventually, citizens? Clemens reveals that an important piece of the answer to these questions can be found in the unexpected political uses of benevolence and philanthropy, practices of gift-giving and reciprocity that coexisted uneasily with the self-sufficient independence expected of liberal citizens Civic Gifts focuses on the power of gifts not only to mobilize communities throughout US history, but also to create new forms of solidarity among strangers. Clemens makes clear how, from the early Republic through the Second World War, reciprocity was an important tool for eliciting both the commitments and the capacities needed to face natural disasters, economic crises, and unprecedented national challenges. Encompassing a range of endeavors from the mobilized voluntarism of the Civil War, through Community Chests and the Red Cross to the FDR-driven rise of the March of Dimes, Clemens shows how voluntary efforts were repeatedly articulated with government projects. The legacy of these efforts is a state co-constituted with, as much as constrained by, civil society.

Stir Up the Gifts

Stir Up the Gifts Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Anthony Kearse
Editor: Page Publishing Inc
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Please meet Mr. Kearse and the love of his life, Mrs. Bettsie, who both love and serve the Lord and will continue to do so no matter what. God bless you all and Mrs. Bettsie, my baby.

A'aisa's Gifts

A'aisa's Gifts Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Michele Stephen
Editor: Univ of California Press
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Filled with insight, provocative in its conclusions, A'aisa's Gifts is a groundbreaking ethnography of the Mekeo of Papua New Guinea and a valuable contribution to anthropological theory. Based on twenty years' fieldwork, this richly detailed study of Mekeo esoteric knowledge, cosmology, and self-conceptualizations recasts accepted notions about magic and selfhood. Drawing on accounts by Mekeo ritual experts and laypersons, this is the first book to demonstrate magic's profound role in creating the self. It also argues convincingly that dream reporting provides a natural context for self-reflection. In presenting its data, the book develops the concept of "autonomous imagination" into a new theoretical framework for exploring subjective imagery processes across cultures.

The Three Gifts

The Three Gifts Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Kathie Lee Gifford
Editor: St. Martin\'s Press
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"One day in Heaven, a long time ago God summoned three angels before Him. He told them to sing of the birth of His son And to take Him three gifts to adore Him." So starts The Three Gifts, a gentle narrative poem that tells the story of the Angel messengers sent by the Lord to deliver three special gifts in celebration of the birth of the Baby Jesus. The last and most exceptional of the gifts contains a secret that holds a moving message for us all. Inspired by the Angel Blocks ornament collaboration between Kathie Lee and Michael Storrings, the well-known designer of highly collectible Christmas ornaments, this beautifully illustrated book is a perfect holiday gift for all ages.

Holiday Gifts in Jars: Simple Gift in Jar Recipes to Make and Give

Holiday Gifts in Jars: Simple Gift in Jar Recipes to Make and Give Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jamie Matthews
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LEARN: How to Make Homemade Gifts in Jars for any Holiday. Easy, Inexpensive DIY Holiday Gifts to Make and Give. DIY gifts in a jar are a fun, inexpensive, and great holiday gift to share with just about any one for any holiday. So whether it is for a holiday, someone's birthday, a teacher's gift or a thank you, gift giving has never been this easy. Also who doesn't love a thoughtful gift straight from your own kitchen. This book doesn't just offer the standard brownie in a jar mix gift, it has a large variety of jar mix recipes to choose from, including fun beauty recipes. You don’t have to be a master chief or the creative type to make amazing gifts in jars. Its as simple as following a recipe and measuring out ingredients. This book includes recipes and tips on how you can make quick, simple and customized gifts in jars. I will provide you with everything you need to know from tools, ingredients, and recipes to storage. I've included Gifts in Jar recipes for just about every holiday or occasion! DOWNLOAD: Holiday Gifts in Jars Here is a preview of what you'll find out inside: Gifts In a Jar 101 Why Make Gifts in Jars Gift Jar Contents Assembly and Layering Tips Common Gifts in Jars Questions Fun Decorating Ideas Jar Lid Ideas Labels Ideas Methods to Decorate Your Jars How to Bake in a Mason Jar Mason Jar Gift Recipes Valentines Day Gifts in a Jar St. Patrick's Day Gifts in a Jar Easter Gifts in a Jar Mother's Day Gifts in a Jar Fourth of July Gifts in a Jar Halloween Gifts in a Jar Thanksgiving Gifts in a Jar Christmas Gifts in a Jar Birthday Gifts in a Jar Conclusion Would You Like to Know More? Scroll to the top of the page and select the "Buy" button to instantly download your copy today

Final Gifts

Final Gifts Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Maggie Callanan,Patricia Kelley
Editor: Simon and Schuster
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In this moving and compassionate classic—now updated with new material from the authors—hospice nurses Maggie Callanan and Patricia Kelley share their intimate experiences with patients at the end of life, drawn from more than twenty years’ experience tending the terminally ill. Through their stories we come to appreciate the near-miraculous ways in which the dying communicate their needs, reveal their feelings, and even choreograph their own final moments; we also discover the gifts—of wisdom, faith, and love—that the dying leave for the living to share. Filled with practical advice on responding to the requests of the dying and helping them prepare emotionally and spiritually for death, Final Gifts shows how we can help the dying person live fully to the very end.

29 Gifts

29 Gifts Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Cami Walker
Editor: Da Capo Lifelong Books
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After a devastating MS diagnosis, one woman shares her inspirational journey in gratitude and generosity--in this New York Times bestseller. At age thirty-five, Cami Walker was burdened by an intensified struggle with multiple sclerosis, a chronic neurological disease that left her debilitated and depressed. Then she received an uncommon "prescription" from South African healer Mbali Creazzo: Give away 29 gifts in 29 days. 29 Gifts is the insightful story of the author's life change as she embraces and reflects on the naturally reciprocal process of giving. Many of Walker's gifts were simple--a phone call, spare change, a Kleenex. Yet the acts were transformative. By Day 29, not only had Walker's health and happiness improved, but she had also created a worldwide giving movement. 29 Gifts shows how a simple, daily practice of altruism can dramatically alter your outlook on the world.

Unexpected Gifts

Unexpected Gifts Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Bobbe Tatreau
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 9780595617371
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Kate Standard had never wanted her life to be ordinary. A successful classical pianist and the girlfriend of move-hero Will Hollister, her life is anything but ordinary-until Will is jailed on drug charges and she must admit to herself that their affair had been dying long before his conviction. Even worse, the ugly publicity surrounding his case has all but destroyed her professional career. To escape the ever-present paparazzi, she accepts a temporary teaching job at a small college near San Diego, going from a high profile, luxurious lifestyle to living in a granny flat, cooking and cleaning for herself, and shepherding ten piano students through their first semester. Though she thinks she is simply marking time until her agent can get her new bookings, Kate finds that the months at Seaton College test her courage but give her gifts she didn't know she needed.

Gifts of the Muse: Reframing the Debate about the Benefits of the Arts

Gifts of the Muse: Reframing the Debate about the Benefits of the Arts Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Kevin F. McCarthy,Elizabeth H. Ondaatje,Laura Zakaras,Arthur Brooks
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Gifts of the Muse: Reframing the Debate about the Benefits of the Arts by Kevin F. McCarthy,Elizabeth H. Ondaatje,Laura Zakaras,Arthur Brooks Summary

During the past decade, arts advocates have relied on an instrumental approach to the benefits of the arts in arguing for support of the arts. This report evaluates these arguments and asserts that a new approach is needed. This new approach offers a more comprehensive view of how the arts create private and public value, underscores the importance of the arts?' intrinsic benefits, and links the creation of benefits to arts involvement.

Gifts of Clothing in Late Antique Literature

Gifts of Clothing in Late Antique Literature Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Nikki Rollason
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Both clothing and gifts in the ancient world have separately been the subject of much scholarly discussion because they were an integral part of Greek and Roman society and identity, creating and reinforcing the relationships which kept a community together, as well as delineating status and even symbolising society as a whole. They have, however, rarely been studied together despite the prevalence of clothing gifts in many ancient texts. This book addresses a gap in scholarship by focusing on gifts of elite male clothing in late antique literature in order to show that, when they appeared in texts, these items were not only functioning in an historical or 'real-life' sphere but also as a literary space within which authors could discuss ideas of social relationships and authority. This book suggests that authors used items which usually formed part of the costume of authority of the period - the trabea of the consul, the chlamys of the imperial court and the emperor, and the pallium of the Christian bishops - to 'over-write' wearers and donors as confident figures of 'official' authority when this may have been open to doubt.

19 Gifts of the Spirit

19 Gifts of the Spirit Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Leslie B. Flynn
Editor: David C Cook
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What are the 19 gifts? Are they all for today? If so, what are their purposes? How can we discover our own gifts? These topics, plus a careful examination of gifts revealed in the Bible, are included in this in-depth study.

Selfish Gifts

Selfish Gifts Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Alison V. Scott
Editor: Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press
ISBN: 9780838640821
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Selfish Gifts examines how early modern clients moved quickly and strategically to assimilate the language of competition and equality, characteristic of an emerging market economy, within their existing discourses of gift exchange, in order to maximize the rewards they might induce from an increasingly diverse group of patrons."--Jacket.

Gifts and Nations

Gifts and Nations Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Wilton S. Dillon
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What can men in industrial nations learn from their "primitive" contemporaries, and the habits of earlier civilizations? This book by acclaimed cultural anthropologist Wilton S. Dillon suggests that modern political, religious, and scientific communities--and alliances--would be enhanced greatly if we understood how gift exchange and reciprocity helped to balance earlier institutions and societies.Using the example of the gift behavior of France and the United States during the Marshall Plan period, Gifts and Nations examines the troubles that arise between donors and recipients when a generous donor remains innocent of the recipient's desire to give back things or ideas to which both attach value. Such innocence may produce what the author calls "the Gaullist effect"--a quest for self-esteem, autonomy, and initiative by a person, or a nation, who feels burdened and controlled by undischarged obligations.Gifts and Nations is very much an historical footnote to the rise of PaxAmericana--the American empire having been launched in 1898, enlarged in the aftermath of World War II and the Cold War, and now the subject of global debate. This volume emphasizes that building coalitions and keeping alliances strong require multi-lateralism based on reciprocity.