The Egg and I

Author: Betty Bard MacDonald

Publisher: Dramatic Publishing

ISBN: 9780871296429

Category: Farm life

Page: 103

View: 4862


The author relates the joys and frustrations of life on a poultry farm in the mountains of Washington. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.

The Egg and Other Stories

Author: Sherwood Anderson

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 048615713X

Category: Fiction

Page: 128

View: 9197


Published two years after the 1919 masterpiece Winesburg, Ohio, this collection of short stories explores intriguing psychological depths, redolent with personal epiphanies, erotic undercurrents, and bursts of passion among seemingly repressed, inarticulate Midwesterners.

Eggy the Egg and the L.b.n. Club

Author: Amy Madge

Publisher: Dorrance Publishing

ISBN: 1434930483

Category: Fiction

Page: 32

View: 6372


One day, Eggy the Egg sees Suzy crying. When he asks her what the problem is, Suzy tells Eggy that the other kids do not want her in their game of tag. Now, Eggy the Egg does not want people sad. If he could find a way to make them happy, you can be sure he will be on his way to do that. And so it is with Suzy. To the playground Eggy and Suzy go. A talk with the other kids and they all know that what they did to Suzy was wrong. After all, they all have been to the same kind of situation before. But what about the L.B.N. then? I¿m sure you will want to find out in the book¿.

The Egg of Shi-Low

Author: Robert M. Urban

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 1609575458

Category:

Page: 452

View: 8566


For nearly 850 years the warriors of Shi-Low have been entrusted with safeguarding their lands from the return of the demons of the Shadow world. When Shi-Low's leader in this age is given the opportunity to destroy one of the crystals which once poisoned the Egg of Shi-Low he chooses instead to use its power. That decision puts him in a position where he is forced to choose between two paths, one which will lead to the destruction of Shi-Low and one which will allow for his safety and those who serve him. Yet, the only path which will also bring forth victory over the demons of the Shadow world is the path that ends with the destruction of Shi-Low. The question then becomes, which path will Shi-Low's master choose?

More BBQ and Grilling for the Big Green Egg and Other Kamado-Style Cookers

Author: Eric Mitchell

Publisher: Page Street Publishing

ISBN: 1624142427

Category: Cooking

Page: 224

View: 5171


More Epic Recipes and Unique Techniques from an Award-Winning BBQ Pitmaster From the author who brought you the bestselling Smoke It Like a Pro comes Eric Mitchell’s highly anticipated follow-up book that gives you more out-of-this-world, delicious barbecue dishes. This book will give you one hundred more great excuses to use your Big Green Egg® and other Kamado-style cookers. Your friends and family will be thrilled by the results. Eric Mitchell shares more lip-smackingly good recipes like Competition Pork Ribs Memphis Dry Style, Rib Eye Tomahawks with Horseradish Sauce, Marinated Mojo Spatchcock Chicken, and new twists on kabobs, pork loin and more. He also helps you bake homemade breads, sides and desserts on your ceramic cooker so you can wow a crowd with a complete meal all using one fire. Unlock the full potential of your Big Green Egg® with these daring recipes that will make you a talk-of-the-town champion barbequer and grill master.

The Egg and I

Author: Betty Bard MacDonald

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: American wit and humor

Page: 287

View: 4519


Relates the joys and frustrations of life on a poultry farm in the mountains of Washington.

Egg Research and Consumer Information Act

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture. Subcommittee on Dairy and Poultry

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Eggs

Page: 47

View: 3236


Selected Cronicas

Author: Clarice Lispector

Publisher: New Directions Publishing

ISBN: 0811224953

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 296

View: 2482


"Clarice Lispector was a born writer....she writes with sensuous verve, bringing her earliest passions into adult life intact, along with a child's undiminished capacity for wonder."—The New York Times Book Review "In 1967, Brazil's leading newspaper asked the avant-garde writer Lispector to write a weekly column on any topic she wished. For almost seven years, Lispector showed Brazilian readers just how vast and passionate her interests were. This beautifully translated collection of selected columns, or crônicas, is just as immediately stimulating today and ably reinforces her reputation as one of Brazil's greatest writers. Indeed, these columns should establish her as being among the era's most brilliant essayists. She is masterful, even reminiscent of Montaigne, in her ability to spin the mundane events of life into moments of clarity that reveal greater truths."—Publishers Weekly