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Grammar for Grown-ups

By Craig Shrives
Authors:
Craig Shrives
Do you know how to use semicolons, where to put your apostrophes and when to use commas? Do you know the difference between affect and effect, if and whether, or who and whom? Do you know why this stuff matters? If you've reached a stage in your career or education where your writing needs to be high quality, Grammar for Grown-ups is a must for your top drawer. Vocational rather than academic, Grammar for Grown-ups is packed with real-life examples and keeps you engaged with a wealth of great quotations from Homer the Greek to Homer the Simpson. Straight talking and methodical, Craig Shrives draws on his years as an intelligence officer as well as over a decade spent compiling his popular grammar website to present a comprehensive but light-hearted and easily digestible grammar reference guide.
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Getting Pregnant Faster New Edn

By Dr Marilyn Glenville PhD
Authors:
Dr Marilyn Glenville PhD
As women, we spend most of our reproductive lives trying not to get pregnant and it can seem so unfair that when we want to have a baby it doesn't happen. From many years of helping couples to get pregnant, Dr Glenville knows that the best approach is a well-structured plan that is tailored to the individual, in order not to waste time. She advises on nutrition, lifestyle, medical issues, age, environmental and occupational hazards and emotional concerns that are relevant to you and your circumstances. Whether you have recently decided you want to have a baby, or have been trying for a while without success, this book can help you to boost your fertility and increase your chances of conceiving.
  • Greek

    Food is central to the relaxed, social Greek way of life, and it reflects the warmth, generosity and hospitality of the locals. Bring Greece home with the tang of feta cheese, the sweetness of garlic and the tartness of lemons cooked through meat or slowly roasted potatoes covered in fresh green herbs. Abundant with mezze dishes, salads, seafood, meats, poultry and vegetables, this collection of traditional and contemporary dishes will have you celebrating life, the Greek way.

    Gorgeous Cakes

    By Annie Bell
    Authors:
    Annie Bell
    Gorgeous cakes are not the sole preserve of professional chefs. In this book you will find over 100 ideas for beautiful cakes, all of them easy to make at home without the need for fancy equipment or specialist skills. The choice includes cakes-as-fashion statements, comforting favourites and essential classics, including the most wickedly indulgent chocolate cakes and sublimely creamy cheesecakes. Gorgeous Cakes also offers mouth-watering recipes for those special occasions, from Easter to St Valentine's Day. The only decision now is choosing which one to make first.

    Ginger Pig Meat Book

    By Fran Warde, Tim Wilson
    Authors:
    Fran Warde, Tim Wilson
    Tim Wilson and Fran Warde have teamed up to create this comprehensive reference work and inspirational collection of recipes. For each type of meat, the book recommends the best breeds, advises which cuts suit which style of cooking and tells you what to ask your butcher in order to buy the best quality. There are more than 100 recipes arranged according to season, from Sticky citrus-marinated pork chops in April through Moroccan chicken with preserved lemons in July to Slow-baked herb-crusted leg of mutton in December. Through monthly farm diaries, the book also reveals what life is really like on a thriving British farm. Packed with specially commissioned photographs taken on the farm as well as in the kitchen by renowned photographer Kristin Perers, this is a uniquely beautiful and useful book.
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    The Grand Cru of Burgundy

    By Remington Norman
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    Remington Norman
    For centuries, Burgundy's complex tapestry of vineyards has produced some of the world's greatest wines. Understanding what makes this mosaic special, where one plot is designated Premier Cru while its immediate neighbour is Grand Cru with wine at several times the price, has long challenged wine lovers. In Grand Cru Remington Norman explores the essence of Burgundy through its finest vineyards, discussing the factors that contribute to quality and what makes one wine pedestrian and another sublime. Chapters on the evolution of the famous Cote d'Or, how to taste, matching Burgundy with food and how to buy Burgundy intelligently help unravel the enigma of one of the world's greatest wine regions. This is an ideal follow-up for those who enjoyed Remington Norman's award-winning The Great Domaines of Burgundy.

    The Gaia Complete Herbal Tutor

    By Anne McIntyre
    Authors:
    Anne McIntyre
    Herbal medicines have been used for many centuries to treat illnesses and restore health, and today herbalism still remains the most widely-practiced form of medicine around the world.Written by a leading Medical Herbalist, The Complete Herbal Tutor provides in-depth knowledge of the practice and theory of herbal medicine, including everything you need to know about its history, how it works, how to grow, gather and prepare herbs, and how to use them to create a herbal prescription. The rigorously-researched and illustrated materia medica contains over 150 herbs, with clear explanations of their properties, active ingredients and the latest scientific developments on their uses. There is also a clear explanation of how herbs can be used to treat each of the body's systems, with advice on using remedies for healing a range of specific conditions. Clear, concise and easy to use, this book is the 21st-century bible for students, professionals and home herb users alike.
  • Gratins & Bakes

    A gratin is any dish that has a crispy topping such as cheese or breadcrumbs and in this handy book you'll find recipes for classic gratins such as macaroni cheese as well as new and inventive ideas. Bakes are another timelessly popular method of cooking, producing delicious results such as lasagne, pastitsio and moussaka. Both gratins and bakes are perfect both for entertaining and feeding a hungry family.

    The Great Domaines of Burgundy: revised edition

    By Remington Norman
    Authors:
    Remington Norman
    Subdivided into hundreds of domaines, often family-run and sometimes covering no more than a few hectares, Burgundy can be offputtingly fragmented even to wine experts. In compiling this revised edition the authors revisited all the domaines that appeared in previous editions plus scores of 'rising stars', to select the very best and most interesting of them - and remove those that no longer come up to scratch. They have spoken to winemakers about their grapes, soil and techniques - and, of course, sampled their wines. Following on from the domaine-by-domaine guide are descriptions of the microclimates of the region, the most important grapes and wine styles, as well as tips on buying, storing and tasting wine and a rundown of recent vintages.

    The Gastropub Cookbook - Another Helping

    By Diana Henry
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    Diana Henry
    Following the hugely successful Gastropub Cookbook, in The Gastropub Cookbook - Another Helping, Diana Henry has collected together 120 recipes from a new selection of Britain's most exciting gastropubs. In addition to the delicious recipes and specially commissioned photography, the book also includes an additional guide to more than 100 of the country's newest and best dining pubs, giving expert guidance on successful eating-out around Britain.
  • Gluten-Free Cooking

    By Joanna Farrow, Lyndel Costain
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    Joanna Farrow, Lyndel Costain
    Having a gluten intolerance needn't mean missing out on your favourite foods. This collection of over 60 nutritionally-analysed recipes provides easy-to-make alternatives to problem foods such as pasta, bread, pastry and cakes. From mouthwatering treats, such as Thai Coconut Chicken and Strawberry Meringue Roulade, to kids' favourites like Potato Pizza Margherita and Rainbow Lollies, the choice is yours! Easy Gluten-free Food also contains expert advice on maintaining a balanced diet, with menu planners to help you prepare every meal, from a quick snack to a family dinner. It explains coeliac disease in simple terms, including the major symptoms, those affected, medical treatment and dietary considerations.
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    Great British Winter

    By James Martin
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    James Martin
    In Great British Winter, James Martin - voted Britain's second favourite celebrity chef - serves up a feast of ideas for winter cooking. There are more than 100 easy recipes, including all our winter favourites plus everything you need for a traditional British Hallowe'en, Bonfire Night, Christmas and New Year. Easy-to-follow time plans for Christmas Day and New Year's Day will take the stress out of preparing meals for your family and friends.James includes chapters on all aspects of winter cooking, from classic British starters, main courses and puds to his favourite menus for Hallowe'en, Bonfire Night, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. There are lots of ideas for quick canapés for Christmas parties and tasty gifts to give over the festive season. James draws on his vast experience as a pastry chef to give you the quickest and easiest recipes for Christmas baking and to guide you through the trickiest techniques.
  • GI Basics

    By Helen Foster
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    Helen Foster
    It's a fact that eating carbs that score low on the glycaemic index (GI) will make you lose weight and gain energy. This book provides you with all the basic information you need to know about the glycaemic index, as well as an easy-to-follow diet plan, complete with delicious low GI recipes for each day of the week, which will help you stay fit and healthy without having to go hungry. With GI ratings for over 300 everyday foods to maximise your choices, GI Basics is all you need to get you started on a low GI diet.

    The Gaia Complete Reiki Tutor

    This all-encompassing guide to reiki will inform you of every aspect of this ancient healing practice. Expert reiki master Tanmaya Honervogt explores the history of reiki and its background, then explains how reiki's healing powers work. This comprehensive book also features and extensive list of treatable common ailments, and a section on the spirit-healing qualities of reiki. There are also handy tips and advice for becoming a reiki master starting up a public practice. Covering every aspect of this intriguing therapy, this is an indispensable book for student and teacher alike at every level.
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    Godsfield Working With: Psychic Protection

    By Teresa Moorey
    Authors:
    Teresa Moorey
    Everyone has felt uncomfortable and intimidated by people, places and situations. Working with Psychic Protection will help you overcome negative vibrations and feel confident and happy in every area of your life. The book includes a comprehensive introduction to psychic protection and how you can use it in your life and features practical strategies to strengthen your physical body and cleanse the spaces around you. There are also instructions on how to create positive, protective and healing energies throughout your life.

    The Gaia Complete Reflexology Tutor

    By Ann Gillanders
    Authors:
    Ann Gillanders
    Learn how to practice reflexology with this all-encompassing guide. Discover the origins of reflexology and how it works, then learn through the step-by-step guides how to master a variety of foot and hand reflexology routines. The Complete Reflexology Tutor clearly points the body's reflex points and how best to work them. However, this book is not merely for the beginner. For the more advanced reflexologist, there is practical advice on how to establish yourself as a reflexologist.

    Golf Geek's Bible

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    The Good Jewish Home