Cooking In The Shaker Spirit
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📒Cooking In The Shaker Spirit ✍ James Haller
✏Cooking in the Shaker Spirit Book Summary : The book is a celebration of what authors call the oldest New American cooking.
📒The A To Z Of The Shakers ✍ Stephen J. Paterwic
✏The A to Z of the Shakers Book Summary : The United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, commonly known as the Shakers, followed Mother Ann Lee to the United States in 1774 when life in England became difficult. In the United States, they established several colonies whose governing principals included celibacy and agrarian communal living. Even at its peak, however, Shakerism claimed only about 4,500 members. Today, except for one active community in Sabbathday, Maine, the great Shaker villages are diminished, but the Shakers left an enduring impact on the religion and culture of the United States. The A to Z of the Shakers relates the history of this fascinating group through a chronology, an introductory essay, a bibliography, and over 200 cross-referenced dictionary entries on Shaker communities, industries, individual families, and important people. Every definition, biography, and point of history was submitted to the Shakers at Sabbathday Lake for their review before it was included for publication. As such, the voice of the contemporary Shakers is found in the dictionary, and they have given it their unequivocal endorsement.
📒Cotton ✍ Jeffrey Paige
✏Cotton Book Summary : Watermelon Gazpacho. Bruschetta. Southern-Style Buttermilk Fried Chicken. The words alone seem to satisfy the need we feel for simplicity, the pleasure of familiar flavors. Acclaimed chef and proprietor Jeffrey Paige of Cotton restaurant in Manchester, New Hampshire, takes comfort food as his mantra. Cotton opened in 2000 and soon became a culinary destination, recommended in publications such as the New York Times and Bon Appétit. Its neighborly feel, extensive wine list, award-winning martinis, and emphasis on high-quality, fresh, local ingredients, all make it a place that is indeed not to be missed. With this collection of recipes, Paige shares twenty-five menu favorites from Cotton. Open to any page, and you'll immediately see how simple simplicity can be. You'll be cooking in no time!
📒Subterranean Cities ✍ David Lawrence Pike
✏Subterranean Cities Book Summary : Illustrated with photographs, movie stills, prints, engravings, paintings, cartoons, maps, and drawings of real and imagined urban spaces, this beautifully written book documents the emergence of a novel space in the subterranean obsessions and anxieties within 19th-century urban culture.
📒Selling Shaker ✍ Stephen Bowe
✏Selling Shaker Book Summary : The simple yet striking lines of Shaker design grace much of the furniture we see in high-end department stores, and beautiful examples of it adorn the pages of Architectural Digest and House Beautiful. How did this style evolve from its origins in a humble, small religious community to the international design phenomenon it is today? This illustrated study explores the emergence of the Shaker style and how it was vigorously promoted by scholars and artists into the prominence it now enjoys. The heart of the Shaker style lies in the religious movement founded in the eighteenth century, where Stephen Bowe and Peter Richmond begin their chronicle. From there, the authors chart the evolution of the style into the twentieth century—particularly in the hands of design media, scholars, and art institutions. These Shaker “agents” repositioned Shaker style continuously—from local vernacular to high culture and then popular culture. Drawing on a rich array of sources, including museum catalogs, contemporary design magazines, and scholarly writings, Selling Shaker illustrates in detail how the Shaker style entered the general design consciousness and how the original aesthetic was gradually diluted into a generic style for a mass audience. A wholly original and fascinating study of American design and consumption, Selling Shaker is a unique resource for collectors, scholars, and anyone interested in the cultural history of a design aesthetic.
📒Cooking With Spirits For The Spirit ✍ Janet Hall Svisdahl
✏Cooking with Spirits for the Spirit Book Summary : Dedicated to the spirit of living peacefully, pleasurably, and prayerfully, author Janet Hall Svisdahl shares a wide range of delicious recipes from simple to gourmet, gathered internationally from family and friends. Delightful camaraderie with the sharing of good food in harmonious frame of mind is the purpose behind this thoughtful provoking book. Prose meant for meditative exercise is scattered throughout for the mind and spirit, intoxicating wisdom from great visionaries, wistful poets, renowned presidents, and universal religious leaders. Each section from cocktails to appetizers, breakfast, lunch, sides, dinner, and desserts, has its own table of contents to make finding recipes a breeze. Includes a beer and wine guide, 4 complete holiday dinners, metric and imperial measurements, how to meditate, the 17 most important things to remember in life, and signs and symptoms of inner peace.
📒Cooking With The Holy Spirit ✍ Dawn Ezelle
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📒The Best Of Shaker Cooking ✍ Amy Bess Miller
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📒Simple Gifts ✍ June Sprigg
✏Simple Gifts Book Summary : Offers a intriguing study of one of America's last Shaker communities, interweaving an account of the daily lives of the women in the community with a study of Shaker traditions and principles and a history of the Shakers in the United States. 15,000 first printing.