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Sweet Maria S Italian Cookie Tray

Author : Maria Bruscino Sanchez
ISBN : 9781429941785
Genre : Cooking
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Sweet Maria's Italian Cookie Tray presents sixty-five recipes for the delicious, festive cookies that brighten every Italian home, at the holidays and all year-round. Maria Bruscino Sanchez opened Sweet Maria's bakery when she was just twenty-six years old, specializing in authentic Italian cookies and cakes made from handed-down family recipes. The result has been a booming business, and this very special cookbook. The irresistible reciples range from drop, molded and filled cookies; biscotti; taralle and biscuits; pizelles, and more. Easy to prepare and perfect for any occasion (or no occasion at all) they include: Chocolate Almond Macaroons, Pignoli Nut Cookies, Amaretto Biscotti Sesame Cookies, Almond Crescents, Lemon Drop Cookies, Chocolate Puffs, Florentines, Lady Fingers, Sweet Ravioli Cookies, Christmas Honey Clusters, Angel Wings, Cinnamon Nut Bars, and more. Whether you grew up in an Italian home or just wish you did, this wonderful collection is sure to become a cookie lover's favorite--one you will return to again and again.

Behind The Postmodern Facade

Author : Magali Sarfatti Larson
ISBN : 0520201612
Genre : Design
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Magali Larson's comprehensive study explores how architecture "happens" and what has become of the profession in the postmodern era. Drawing from extensive interviews with pivotal architects--from Philip Johnson, who was among the first to introduce European modernism to America, to Peter Eisenman, identified with a new "deconstructionist" style--she analyzes the complex tensions that exist between economic interest, professional status, and architectural product. She investigates the symbolic awards and recognition accorded by prestigious journals and panels, exposing the inner workings of a profession in a precarious social position. Larson captures the struggles around status, place, and power as architects seek to redefine their very purpose in contemporary America. The author's novel approach in synthesizing sociological research and theory proposes nothing less than a new cultural history of architecture. This is a ground-breaking contribution to the study of culture and the sociology of knowledge, as well as to architectural and urban history. Magali Larson's comprehensive study explores how architecture "happens" and what has become of the profession in the postmodern era. Drawing from extensive interviews with pivotal architects--from Philip Johnson, who was among the first to introduce European modernism to America, to Peter Eisenman, identified with a new "deconstructionist" style--she analyzes the complex tensions that exist between economic interest, professional status, and architectural product. She investigates the symbolic awards and recognition accorded by prestigious journals and panels, exposing the inner workings of a profession in a precarious social position. Larson captures the struggles around status, place, and power as architects seek to redefine their very purpose in contemporary America. The author's novel approach in synthesizing sociological research and theory proposes nothing less than a new cultural history of architecture. This is a ground-breaking contribution to the study of culture and the sociology of knowledge, as well as to architectural and urban history.

One Yellow Fish

Author : Linda Kranz
ISBN : 9781630762476
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Linda Kranz returns to “rock art” with this delightful story of friendship and inclusiveness.

Strips Strings

Author : Evelyn Sloppy
ISBN : 156477466X
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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An old-time technique for using up little bits of fabric gets an all-new twist! Perfect for quilters who can't bear to throw out their scraps, the string-piecing shortcuts and fresh new ideas in this book stretch the method way beyond its traditional uses. Plus, there's no need for a foundation! Sixteen eye-catching designs range from quilts for kids' rooms to intriguing throws and beautiful bed quilts. Simply sew strings of fabric together, and then cut from the patchwork fabric to make finished blocks. Get intricate-looking results with this cinch of a technique-achieve great results at any skill level.

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