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Fireside Food For Cold Winter Nights

Author : Lizzie Kamenetzky
ISBN : 1849756600
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Bring the warmth of a winter cabin to your home with this mouthwatering collection of recipes inspired by the cuisines of mountain villages and ski towns around the world. Winter is the perfect time to take a break from the pace of modern life, slow down and enjoy a nourishing home-cooked meal. It doesn't have to take hours - many recipes take a little preparation and can then be left to simmer, bake or roast to perfection. For this book, Lizzie Kamenetzky has taken inspiration from snow-covered mountains and Alpine chalets, with all her best-loved food from ski towns and winter holidays. Start the day with a sustaining breakfast such as homemade Brioche or Pain aux Raisins before heading out into the cold. For lunch, only a hearty soup or stew will do - try French Onion Soup or Rocky Mountain Stew. Mid-afternoon, when fingers are numb, retreat to the warmth of indoors and enjoy a tea-time treat such as Madeleines or Banana Cake with a steaming cup of coffee. For evening entertaining, there are lots of comforting meaty recipes to try, such as Cassoulet, Confit Duck or Spaghetti Bolognese, as well as some lighter options, such as Chicken Liver Parfait or Parmesan Cheesecake. There is also a whole chapter devoted to those delightful cheese dishes that are so perfect in winter, from Fondue to Swiss Chard Gratin. For those with a sweet tooth, finish the meal with a Creme Brulee or Tarte Tatin. This is food for warming the soul, for snuggling up against the cold, for firesides and crackling logs, and for blankets in cosy winter cabins.

Flannel John S Winter Cabin Cookbook

Author : Tim Murphy
ISBN : 1091811229
Genre : Cooking
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Flannel John's Winter Cabin Cookbook collects holiday dishes and great food to get you through the winter. Over 100 recipes for Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's and warming plates that make the cold months bearable. Welcome back to cabin for the end of the year and the start of a fresh calendar.

Cabin Cooking

Author : Kate Fiduccia
ISBN : 9781510702028
Genre : Cooking
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The no-nonsense guide to cooking in the great outdoors. Getting off the grid doesn’t mean having to eat bland meals—not with Kate Fiduccia’s guide to preparing hearty meals and delicious snacks for every trail you traverse! Cabin Cooking from Campfire to Cast-Iron Skillet contains 140 easy-to-prepare recipes that can be cooked over the campfire on the shore of your favorite lake, on the woodstove at your deer hunting shack, in an old-fashioned Dutch oven, or on the grill at your cabin. All recipes require short cooking times and pack a powerful punch of flavor after a long day of hiking, hunting, or fishing. Cabin Cooking from Campfire to Cast-Iron Skillet includes the following savory favorites: • venison hash • catfish hoagies • wild rice and duck soup • baked pheasant casserole • grilled quail • Peter Rabbit stew ’n’ dumplings • streamside willow trout • and much more! Skyhorse Publishing, along with our Good Books and Arcade imprints, is proud to publish a broad range of cookbooks, including books on juicing, grilling, baking, frying, home brewing and winemaking, slow cookers, and cast iron cooking. We’ve been successful with books on gluten-free cooking, vegetarian and vegan cooking, paleo, raw foods, and more. Our list includes French cooking, Swedish cooking, Austrian and German cooking, Cajun cooking, as well as books on jerky, canning and preserving, peanut butter, meatballs, oil and vinegar, bone broth, and more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.

Backcountry Cooking

Author : Sierra Adare
ISBN : 9781616083120
Genre : Cooking
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Offers creative, easy-to-follow recipes for the outdoor adventurer, with full-color photography. Reissue.

The Mountain Baker 100 High Altitude Recipes For Every Occasion

Author : Mimi Council
ISBN : 9781682684160
Genre : Cooking
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From sweet and savory to fluffy and flaky—tried-and-tested recipes made for the 21st-century outdoor adventurer. Most recipes are developed and employed at or close to sea level, so what is a baker to do if they live 5,000 feet higher? In The Mountain Baker, longtime mountain dwellers Mimi Council and Kimmy Fasani share their recipes for successful cakes, cookies, muffins, breads, and beyond. With their firsthand experience, Council and Fasani are just the women to talk about the science behind high-altitude baking and cooking. From hearty eats and apres snacks to decadent desserts, these recipes include conversions for sea-level kitchens, so home bakers can enjoy these treats wherever they cook: Double Black Diamond Brownies, Honey Graham Pancakes, Rosemary Parmesan Biscotti, Pizza Bread, Snow Day Cake, and more. With tips on why your alpine cakes are sinking or why your cookies are burning, this is the go-to resource to help readers fearlessly face their high-altitude kitchen or simply get in the outdoor spirit.

Animal Teeth And Human Tools

Author : Christy G. Turner II
ISBN : 9781107067653
Genre : Social Science
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The culmination of more than a decade of fieldwork and related study, this unique book uses analyses of perimortem taphonomy in Ice Age Siberia to propose a new hypothesis for the peopling of the New World. The authors present evidence based on examinations of more than 9000 pieces of human and carnivore bone from 30 late Pleistocene archaeological and palaeontological sites, including cave and open locations, which span more than 2000 miles from the Ob River in the West to the Sea of Japan in the East. The observed bone damage signatures suggest that the conventional prehistory of Siberia needs revision and, in particular, that cave hyenas had a significant influence on the lives of Ice Age Siberians. The findings are supported by more than 250 photographs, which illustrate the bone damage described and provide a valuable insight into the context and landscape of the fieldwork for those unfamiliar with Siberia.

Where To Ski

Author : Joan Landman
ISBN : STANFORD:36105047032342
Genre : Skis and skiing
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The Log Of A Snow Survey

Author : Patrick Armstrong
ISBN : 9781458217998
Genre : Nature
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Snow surveyors throughout the world get to see what most of us only dream about: stunning terrain, birdlife and animals rarely seen in lower elevations, and stars that seem close enough to grab. Patrick Armstrong reveals the little-known world of a snow surveyor in this fascinating account, transporting readers into the remote winter world of the Sierra Nevada in California. High in the mountains, Armstrong and his companions must cross twelve-thousand-foot passes and dig through snow to gain entrance to rock or log cabins for shelter at night. Traveling on skis, they often traverse more than a hundred miles each month during the winter and in the process climb and descend twenty or thirty thousand feet. This account also provides important and practical information on topics such as safe winter travel on skis, avalanche prediction and avoidance, cabin life, cooking on and maintaining wood-burning stoves, wildlife, and birdlife. Whether you’re involved in snow surveying and snowmelt water management or you’re just someone who enjoys the winter, wilderness, and the mountains, prepare yourself to enter a beautiful and remarkable winter world that has its dangers and sublime beauties.

Maine S Museums Art Oddities Artifacts

Author : Janet Mendelsohn
ISBN : 9781581578799
Genre : Travel
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Distinctly Maine: Active Shakers, ice harvesting, a museum on wheels, and more! The first book devoted solely to the diverse and often unexpected museums in the Pine Tree State, Maine’s Museums: Art, Oddities & Artifacts showcases a broad range of art, history, maritime, children’s, and unusual museums. With world-class collections of fine art by past and contemporary masters as well as the true stories of people and industries that helped shape the state and the nation, Maine’s museums invite visitors to indulge their curiosities and passions to learn about lighthouses, whales, antique cars, seashore trolleys, sardine canning, and folk art. They open our eyes to how Native Americans, shipbuilders, fishermen, lumbermen, Civil War soldiers, artists, and immigrants all had a hand in developing the state. They inspire children to discover the world and they reopen more than one Victorian-era cabinet of curiosities. Whether you want to see great works of art or truly unique collections—from umbrella covers to strange creatures—you’ll find it in Maine and you’ll find it in Maine’s Museums.

Canal House Cooking Volume N? 3

Author : Christopher Hirsheimer
ISBN : 9781453241011
Genre : Cooking
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From winter stews to spring salads: “Halfway between a cookbook and a food magazine . . . irresistible seasonal recipes” (O, The Oprah Magazine). CANAL HOUSE COOKING VOLUME, N° 3, WINTER & SPRING is a collection of our favorite winter and spring recipes, ones we cook for ourselves, our friends, and our families all during the cold winter months and straight through the exciting arrival of spring. It’s filled with recipes that will make you want to run into the kitchen and start cooking. We are home cooks writing about home cooking for other home cooks. Our recipes are easy to prepare and completely doable for the novice and experienced cook alike. We make jars of marmalade for teatime and to gift to our friends. We warm and nourish ourselves with hearty soups and big pots of stews and braises. We roll out pasta and make cannelloni for weekend or special occasion gatherings.We roast root vegetables in the winter and lamb in the spring. Canal House Cooking, Volume N° 3, Winter & Spring is the third book of our award-winning series of seasonal recipes. We publish three volumes a year: Summer, Fall & Holiday, and Winter & Spring, each filled with delicious recipes for you from us. Cook all year long with Canal House Cooking! 59 delicious triple-tested recipes

National Sportsman

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ISBN : MINN:31951000743894U
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National Parks Of The West

Author : Amy McConnell
ISBN : 0679035095
Genre : Travel
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NATIONAL PARKS OF THE WEST "Exhaustively researched and thorough. You'll find everything you need to know." --"Family Travel Times "An indispensable guide." --"Family Fun magazine The only guide you'll ever need to visit the best parks in the West Here are all the essentials for touring 33 of the best-loved national parks and monuments in the western United States and Canada. From where to find a reasonably priced room and a hot meal to where to hike and camp, Fodor's National Parks of the West not only describes what there is to see but also gives you practical information and detailed maps. And you can use it to plan vacation after vacation, year after year. All text in this book was reviewed for accuracy by National Park and Forest Service personnel. Sales of this book help to support the National Parks. Great information in every chapter Driving tours with the most spectacular scenery--from rugged mountains to magnificent deserts Extensive reviews of hotels, lodges, campgrounds, and restaurants--both inside and outside the parks The best nature trails, backcountry hikes, strolls on the beach, and picnic spots for refueling Best-in-one-day itineraries Tips on biking, fishing, swimming, boating, rock climbing, ski touring, horseback riding, and bird-watching Detailed information on geology, flora and fauna, weather, historic sites, and local festivals 33 easy-to-follow maps The West's best-loved wildlands Arches Badlands Banff Big Bend Bryce Canyon de Chelly Canyonlands Carlsbad Caverns Crater Lake Death Valley Denali Glacier Grand Canyon Grand Teton Jasper JoshuaTree Kings Canyon Kootenay Mesa Verde Mt. Rainier Mt. Rushmore Olympic Point Reyes Redwood Rocky Mountain Sequoia Waterton Yellowstone Yoho Yosemite Zion

Snow Surveying

Author : James C. Marr
ISBN : UVA:X030354103
Genre : Snow surveys
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The snow that accumulates at high elevations in the Western States is a natural storage reservoir from which the major part of the water supply for these States is derived. Forecasting the water supply is a service of interest to farmers, ranchers, shippers, bankers, and agencies concerned with power production, water supplies, and flood control.

Cabin Fever Cookbook

Author : Shellie Froidevaux
ISBN : 9780648944218
Genre : Cooking
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Shellie Froidevaux & Ewen Bell take you on a journey into the arctic landscape in search of menus designed to cater for family sized gatherings. Step through the seasons and immerse yourself in the inspiration of each cabin and an integrated menu. Every menu in this collection was photographed at the table, capturing real moments of celebration. The recipes come from Shellie, from her hosts and often somewhere in between. They reflect the charms of cabin life in places far north. They are genuine and delicious.

A Frame Cabins

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Genre : Agriculture
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Recreation

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Carefree Days In West Michigan

Author : West Michigan Tourist Association
ISBN : UOM:39015071192796
Genre : Michigan
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Ghost Dance Winter And Other Tales Of The Frontier

Author : Sally Springmeyer Zanjani
ISBN : STANFORD:36105017606299
Genre : Frontier and pioneer life
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Hannah S Search

Author : Barbara Nattress
ISBN : 9781490736037
Genre : Fiction
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Hannah finds herself searching from an attic window for the man she planned to marry, but this time as a ghost. As the war escalates she can only watch as her family leaves the house and seek safe shelter away from the fighting along the river. Her new role as a ghost is often confusing as she moves between two different worlds; one she knows and misses terribly, and the other completely foreign to her. Hannah learns to direct her powers to see things happening away from the house as well as making herself known to the current owners and some surprised guests at Loyalist House Bed and Breakfast. Also this year at Loyalist House a winery is started. The trials of building and completing the bureaucratic red tape in order to operate have everyone in knots. Join Marilee and Jeannie as they, along with Hannah, search for Peter while keeping peace with the guests at Loyalist House.

The Journey

Author : Karl Olson
ISBN : 9781480808362
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As a cabin awaits its form and purpose, an elk seeks comfort in the tall grass, and a man ventures into the woods with his ax. His goal is to find logs that will help him build the walls, floor, and roof of his new home. At the end of the day, he returns to his wagon, his family, and his dreams. As he labors day after day, finally the cabin becomes a reality. He and his family have completed their journey toward a new life--and home. With his dream now fulfilled, Anviel welcomes his wife, Lakina, and their children, Svend and Astrid, to the cabin to laugh, cry, sing, dance, pray, and give thanks for the bounty given to them. As the family ekes out an existence in the serene valley they share with an owl--whose voice haunts Anviel--despair and tribulation eventually visit. Still, the family endures year after year. The children come of age and Anviel works hard to make ends meet--until the owl calls his wife's name, leaving Anviel left wondering when his own time will come. In this poignant tale, an immigrant family embarks on a journey toward a new beginning where a lonely cabin beckons hope for the future and renews their spirit as life comes full circle.

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