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  • Made at Home: Vegetables

    By Dick Strawbridge, James Strawbridge
    Authors:
    Dick Strawbridge, James Strawbridge
    Vegetables proves just how productive you can be all year round, whether you have a tiny urban patch, a dedicated allotment or plenty of space in your own garden. Growing your own vegetables is one of the easiest ways to transform the way you eat. You'll have fresh ingredients at your disposal and,with this book, the knowledge to cook with them to create delicious dishes every time. With the step-by-step guides to growing, and dozens of ideas for cooking your home produce, you'll soon enjoy everything from pea and mint risotto to kohlrabi coleslaw and baked sweet potato and goat's cheese pie.
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    Miller's Mid-Century Modern

    By Judith Miller
    Authors:
    Judith Miller
    From the 'soft modernism' of Scandinavian furniture to the sleek, clean lines of the lighting created by the Castiglioni brothers in Italy, Judith Miller's Mid-century Modern reveals the glory of one of the most exciting periods of design history: the late 1940s to the 1970s. The book explores the most desirable interiors, furniture, ceramics, glass, metalware and textiles of this hugely popular period. It features all the iconic designs and designers of the era, with price codes to help value and appraise your mid-century collection. The careers and influence of ground-breaking designers, including Alvar Aalto, Charles and Ray Eames, Robin and Lucienne Day, Arne Jacobsen and many others, are described in stand-alone feature pages. Key pieces (including a number of previously unpublished examples) are placed in an historical context with coverage of innovations in design, production methods and materials.
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  • More Slow Cooking Recipes

    Slow cooking is an easy, economical and hugely popular method of cooking, and has become a firm favourite in many kitchens. The first chapter of this sumptuous book is about getting the best from an electric slow cooker, with recipes for main courses, side dishes and desserts, but also including great ways of using the slow cooker to make life easier, tastier and less frenetic. The second section is on succulent stews and curries cooked leisurely on top of the stove, and the last contains recipes for casseroles cooked in the oven. We also have scrumptious ideas for vegetable accompaniments in each chapter. Not only that, we show how to use your slow cooker to plan ahead, make delectable batches of food for the freezer, and the joys of one-step cooking. If you love slow cooking, here are more than 100 new unhurried recipes to add to your collection.
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    Michael Freeman's Photo School: Composition

    By Michael Freeman
    Authors:
    Michael Freeman
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  • Michael Freeman's Photo School: Light & Lighting

    By Michael Freeman
    Authors:
    Michael Freeman
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    Michael Freeman's Photo School: Digital Editing

    By Michael Freeman
    Authors:
    Michael Freeman
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  • The Mail on Sunday: Super Sudoku Volume 3

    By The Mail On Sunday
    Authors:
    The Mail On Sunday
    Supersize the world's greatest number puzzle and you get Super Sudoku - the biggest and best test of even the most dedicated sudoku fan's logic. From the pages of The Mail on Sunday, this new collection of the much-loved number puzzle is guaranteed to stretch your grey matter, with 150 demanding brainteasers that will keep you entertained for hours.
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    Making Movies with your iPhone

    By Ben Harvell
    Authors:
    Ben Harvell
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  • Moroccan & the Foods of North Africa

    Exotic spices will permeate your kitchen as you cook up these mouth-watering recipes from Morocco and other North African countries. Savour the sweet, rich aromas of roasted meats and tagines, the Mediterranean influences of salads and vegetables, and the syrupy delights of sweet desserts.
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  • Macaroons & Biscuits

    This book is full of all your favourite macaroons and biscuits, as well as biscotti and slices. It's the sort of book you'll refer to again and again, you'll teach your children how to make biscuits from it and they'll teach their children. There are recipes for plain biscuits, iced biscuits, biscuits with creamy fillings, slices and biscotti. Everything you expect to find is here: shortbread, chocolate chip cookies, melting moments, caramel slice, coconut slice, macaroons. Each recipe is explained simply so even a beginner will have immediate success.
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    Malt Whisky

    By Charles Maclean
    Authors:
    Charles Maclean
    First published in 1997, Malt Whisky has been published in six languages and continues to be a key reference on the subject of Scottish malt whisky. This brand new, fully revised edition is produced in a smaller format to allow the whisky enthusiast to carry it as a portable companion for reference when buying, tasting or visiting distilleries. Full-colour maps locate the distilleries, while over 150 photographs capture the essence of the spirit and how it is made. Charles MacLean describes how to appreciate and get the most out of tasting malt whisky, and a detailed A-Z directory features all of Scotland's key distilleries and their whiskies with full-colour labels. MacLean also includes tips on buying malt whisky, as well as a guide to distillery visitor facilities and the best whisky societies and websites. This book offers all the informaion any malt lover could ever need to appreciate this magical spirit to the full.
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    My Pregnancy Journal

    By Alison Mackonochie, Claire Garland
    Authors:
    Alison Mackonochie
    Illustrated by:
    Claire Garland
    Celebrate the ups and downs of your pregnancy with this interactive journal, which invites you to record in detail this most extraordinary period of your life. With annotated prompts for you to fill in for each week of your pregnancy, storage wallets and sealable envelopes for keeping precious momentos, and photo spaces for you to capture the changing shape of your body, this journal will be a life-long keepsake of all your special memories. Each chapter offers guidance on what to expect, notes on your baby's development during each trimester, and reminders on what you need to be planning, thinking about and preparing for. Whether you are a first-time mother or want to commemorate a new addition to the family, Alison Mackonochie (author of the award-winning Emma's Diary) ensures that you will be comfortable every step of the way.
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  • The Meditation Bible

    By Madonna Gauding
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    Madonna Gauding
    The definitive guide to meditation!The Meditation Bible features 140 step-by-step techniques drawn from a variety of spiritual traditions, both Eastern and Western. Here you will find meditations for calming and centring, living mindfully, developing love and compassion, solving problems, manifesting your dreams and connecting with the Divine. There's also advice on meditation postures, creating a sacred space and establishing a daily meditation practice. Whether you are a beginner or have been meditating for some time, this practical handbook will help you to use meditation for healing, stress relief, personal exploration and spiritual growth.
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    Manga Females Clip Art

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  • Miracle Juices

    By Amanda Cross, Charmaine Yabsley
    Authors:
    Amanda Cross, Charmaine Yabsley
    Miracle Juices contains over 40 nutritious juices recommended to combat specific ailments such as asthma and high blood pressure. Quick and easy to prepare, each juice is guaranteed to boost health and vitality. With nutritional analysis for every recipe, detailing the vitamin, mineral and calorie content of your chosen beverage, you can be sure that each miracle juice is helping to maintain a balanced and healthy diet.
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  • The Mythical Creatures Bible

    By Brenda Rosen
    Authors:
    Brenda Rosen
    The Mythical Creatures Bible provides a complete guide to mythical beasts and beings from a variety of cultures around the world, including Mesopotamian, ancient Greek, ancient Egyptian and Chinese, Japanese, Nordic, Celtic and Native American. From frightening vampires to the fantastic phoenix, you will be captivated by the history, folklore and myth surrounding over 250 extraordinary creatures. Including dragons, giants, zombies, house spirits, shape-shifters and gods that take on animal forms, this is an indispensable reference that is guaranteed to stir your imagination.
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    Michael Freeman's 101 Top Digital Photography Tips

    By Michael Freeman
    Authors:
    Michael Freeman
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  • Make Your Own Cards

    From simple cut-outs to 3-D pop-ups, designing and making your own stunningly original cards has never been easier, or more enjoyable! Choose from 24 fabulous, fun and innovative projects, all covering a huge range of occasions, such as Christmas, birthdays, weddings and Valentine's Day. Learn quick and easy techniques from embossing and collage to copying on acetate, or add sparkle with diamanté and jewellery wire.
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    Miller's Antiques and Collectables Fact Book

    By Judith Miller
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    Judith Miller
    The only comprehensive, illustrated pocket book on the market for the antiques and collectables buyer.Each chapter explains what to look for when buying antiques - how to spot repairs and fakes, clues to dating and the history of factories and key designers. Comprehensive marks sections include international hallmarks and more than 1,000 marks from ceramics factories across the world: from 18th century Meissen to 20th century Rookwood. Since it was first published in 1988 Miller's Pocket Antiques Factfile has sold almost 128,000 copies. However, the market for antiques has changed dramatically: 20th century design, whether Art Deco or Mid Century Modern, has become a popular collecting area and so this completely reworked edition will keep the core information about antique furniture, ceramics, glass and silver while new sections will cover Modern Design - from Eames furniture to Murano glass, Spratling silver to Studio pottery.It contains all the essential information you need when you're on the antiques trail.
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    Mastering High Dynamic Range (HDR) Photography

    By Michael Freeman
    Authors:
    Michael Freeman
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