Tuesday, February 14, 2017
Books read Feb 14
Unraveling the Pieces byTerri DuLong
The last book in this series, not sure what is planned for the author now. Have enjoyed the books and this is one set out of 700 read annually that I kept.
Would've been awesome if a sketch or photo accompanied the pattern.
This story starts out with Petra and she's moved in the Victorian house which others have said is haunted and is magical and mystical and miracles do happen.
Story also follows Rhonda from 1969 and you don't quite see the connection but then things happen and you can't wait to see how it's all gonna play out.
Rather predictable but there are many twists and turns to keep you interested as it turns out to not be so predictable at all.
Love the community and all the help they provide to many in need. Remember over the years the characters and you are brought up to date with a bit of back story so you are not in the dark about them.
Love the differences between the characters and how it all works, they seem so comfortable with each other-love that! Will keep up with the author via amazon when a new book is published. Like the pattern and will make it for charity as I've done with all the other books' patterns.
I received this book from The Kensington Books in exchange for my honest review
5 INGREDIENT COOKBOOK: Quick and Easy 5 Ingredient Recipes: 5 Ingredients timesaving recipes including healthy breakfast, beef, chicken, fish & seafood, pork, vegetarian, sides,and desserts by Louise Davidson
Each recipe has servings, prep and cook time along with ingredients and directions on how to make the dish.
some nutritional information, fat is not broken up into good and bad fat and there is no sodium.
No pictures. Different sections for different types of food: meats, breakfast, chicken, etc.
There are also lots of bonus books included and some include pictures, some have no nutritional information at all.
Format on every book is so different seems as if the author just copied and pasted a big chunk of other books.
Seems a lot of repetition as recipes in other sections are also in later sections.
5 Ingredient Cookbook: Fast and Easy Recipes With 5 or Less Ingredients Inspired by The Mediterranean Diet: Everyday Cooking for Busy People on a Budget (Mediterranean Diet for Beginners Book 1) (Kindle Location 209). Weight Loss and Weight Control Cookbooks Best Sellers by Grey, Alissa Noel.
Each recipe has servings, prep time and ingredient list and how to put the dish together.
There are no pictures and no nutritional information. Most recipes include healthy ingredients, some do not but you might be able to substitute for your dietary needs.
Bonus of smoothie recipes are included. Other works by the author are listed at the end.
The Belly Button Fairy
Cute children's very colorful book about the belly button fairy and how she came to be and what her job is.
Song listed at the end. List of other fairy books listed at the end.
Gift of Gift (Super Amazing Princess Heroes)
Children's book but it's too difficult to read the dark pages and dark words.
Attempted to read it several times. flipping through pages but was always too dark.
A story of the Fall River line, 1847 to 1937 by Winston_ Daoma
Interesting story about the industry in my own area from 4 generations back. Also has news of other areas of the country.
Love the areas of the East Passage of Narragansett Bay as the ship heads out to the ocean. Also liked hearing how the company kept the ship going and what jobs and careers they had to do over the generations.
I received this book from National Library Service for my BARD (Braille Audio Reading Device).
Chocolate Recipes To Die For by Heather Richardson
Each recipe has a color photo, summary of the dish and ingredients list along with how to make it.
No nutritional information but you might be able to substitute for your own dietary needs.
There are so healthy recipes as they use dark chocolate.
Other works by the author are listed at the end. Table of contents is listed at the end, not the beginning.
Kids Want To Know About Mysterious Places: A Childrens Book Ages 9-12 (Kids Want To Know About Series 4)
Like this book because even for adults it's a great book. So much to really discover, explore and learn about. Color photos.
Would make a great gift for the whole family.
A Cabin Full of Food: Filling your pantry, and using it by Marie Beausoleil
Starts out with seasons and what vegetables should be started in garden, etc
List of things needed to cook the meals. Encourages you to make your own-it's cheaper also.
Like chocolate chip cookie recipe although no photo or nutritional information the ingredients are a lot healthier than what's on the back of the bag of chips.
Love the recipe for baking powder as last winter I ran out and the recipe REALLY needed it-tried baking soda but I needed to take cream of tartar.
Lots of listings for spice substitutions, can't wait to try the french dressing mix as I use it every night.
Can't wait to try the oatmeal cookie recipe as you can substitute for the sugar.
Biscuits, muffins and I can imagine using parts of these to make our nutritional bars.
Even making your own baking mix and then using that to make a large variety of dishes.
Large section on vegetables, how to can, freeze and re-hydrate. Lots of charts for size, liquids/dry, conversions for space, length,
Intimacy On The Plate: 200+ Aphrodisiac Recipes to Spice Up Your Love Life at Home Tonight by Olga Petrenko, Gregory Diehl
Starts out with intro and what are aphrodisiacs are. Differences between male and females lures.
Talks about a lot of different vegetables and even has recipes. Most include a color photo and list of ingredients along with how to make it and suggestions for serving.
Love all the fish/salmon recipes. Sections on herbs, spices and nuts are also included and why each is important.
Fruit section is large and varied. Drink recipes also.
Crock Pot: 25 Tasty and Easy Recipes for Weight Loss You Can Prepare in Your Crock Pot by Edward Jackson
Each recipe includes a small color photo and list of ingredients and how to make the dish. No nutritional information but you should be able to substitute for your own dietary needs.
30 Day Whole Foods Cookbook: 90 Delicious Recipes by Olivia Starr
This is a diet plan and explains how to use this book for that and how to make it easy.
Has labels for what each dish is considered: whole food, whole 30 and paleo, etc
Each recipe starts with a color photo and list of ingredients but some ingredients I'm unfamiliar with.
How to make the dish is included. NO nutritional information but you should be able to substitute for your dietary needs.
30 breakfast and 30 lunch and 30 dinner recipes. Free ebook is offered.
PRESSURE COOKER: DUMP DINNERS: Delicious Quick and Easy Recipes for all the Family (Cookbook, Quick Meals, Slow Cooker, Crock Pot)
Each recipe included list of ingredients and servings, prep time and how to make the dish in your pressure cooker.
No pictures and no nutritional information but you should be able to substitute for your dietary needs. Bonus books are included and are in a foreign language.
Hundreds of pages of recipes and some are catered to many illnesses-inflammatory, etc.