Take a delectable journey through the religious history of chocolate-a real treat!
Explore the surprising Jewish and other religious connections to chocolate in this gastronomic and historical adventure through cultures, countries, centuries and convictions. Rabbi Deborah Prinz draws from her world travels on the trail of chocolate to enchant chocolate lovers of all backgrounds as she unravels religious connections in the early chocolate trade and shows how Jewish and other religious values infuse chocolate today.
With mouth-watering recipes, a glossary of chocolaty terms, tips for buying luscious, ethically produced chocolate, a list of sweet chocolate museums around the world and more, this book unwraps tasty facts such as:
Natural phenomena and vegetation are introduced in this beautifully illustrated guide to the plant life found along the Appalachian Trail. Printed on the same waterproof, rip-proof plastic as the Duraguide line, this Pocket Naturalist Guide is highly durable for use in the field as it provides a portable reference to a variety of common trees, shrubs, and wildflowers that occur along the trail as well as information on the blooming season of the trail's flowering plants. Hikers, from the thru-hiker to the casual afternoon backpacker, will savor the abundance of detailed information packed within this hand-held guide.
James Oliver Curwood was an early 20th century writer who lived in Michigan, where he published several novels a year. Curwood loved the outdoors and is known for his conservation efforts. Isobel: a Romance of the Northern Trail was written in 1913. An excerpt from this action novel reads, " Billy's mind worked rapidly as he bent more determinedly to the pursuit. He knew that there were only two things that Bucky could do under the circumstances. Either he would follow after him with Walker and the driver or he would come alone. If Walker and Conway accompanied him the fight for Scottie Deane's capture would be a fair one, and the man who first put manacles about the outlaw's wrists would be the victor. But if he left his two companions in camp and came after him alone."
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