Seven Fires

Author: Francis Mallmann
Publisher: Artisan Books
ISBN: 1579656498
Size: 63.50 MB
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Seven Fires from the Author: Francis Mallmann. A trailblazing chef reinvents the art of cooking over fire. Gloriously inspired recipes push the boundaries of live-fired cuisine in this primal yet sophisticated cookbook introducing the incendiary dishes of South America's biggest culinary star. Chef Francis Mallmann—born in Patagonia and trained in France's top restaurants—abandoned the fussy fine dining scene for the more elemental experience of cooking with fire. But his fans followed, including the world's top food journalists and celebrities, such as Francis Ford Coppola, Madonna, and Ralph Lauren, traveling to Argentina and Uruguay to experience the dashing chef's astonishing—and delicious—wood-fired feats. The seven fires of the title refer to a series of grilling techniques that have been singularly adapted for the home cook. So you can cook Signature Mallmann dishes—like Whole Boneless Ribeye with Chimichuri; Salt-Crusted Striped Bass; Whole Roasted Andean Pumpkin with Mint and Goat Cheese Salad; and desserts such as Dulce de Leche Pancakes—indoors or out in any season. Evocative photographs showcase both the recipes and the exquisite beauty of Mallmann's home turf in Patagonia, Buenos Aires, and rural Uruguay. Seven Fires is a must for any griller ready to explore food's next frontier.

White Folks

Author: Timothy J Lensmire
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1351719092
Size: 32.65 MB
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White Folks from the Author: Timothy J Lensmire. White Folks explores the experiences and stories of eight white people from a small farming community in northern Wisconsin. It examines how white people learn to be 'white' and reveals how white racial identity is dependent on people of color-even in situations where white people have little or no contact with racial others. Drawing on in-depth interviews with Delores, Frank, William, Erin, Robert, Libby, and Stan, as well as on his own experiences growing up in this same rural community, Lensmire creates a portrait of white people that highlights how their relations to people of color and their cultures are seldom simple and are characterized not just by fear and rejection, but also by attraction, envy, and desire. White Folks helps readers recognize the profound ambivalence that has characterized white thinking and feeling in relation to people of color for at least the last two hundred years. There is nothing smooth about the souls of white folks. Current antiracist work is often grounded in a white privilege framework that has proven ineffective - in part because it reduces white people to little more than the embodiment of privilege. Lensmire provides an alternative that confronts the violence at the core of white racial selves that has become increasingly visible in American society and politics, but that also illuminates conflicts and complexities there.

7 Fires

Publisher: Thunder Spirit Press
ISBN: 0615337848
Size: 15.15 MB
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The Cultural Complex

Author: Thomas Singer
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135444862
Size: 61.87 MB
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The Cultural Complex from the Author: Thomas Singer. How do cultural complexes affect the collective psyche? Based on Jung's theory of complexes, this book offers a new perspective on the psychological nature of conflicts between groups and cultures by introducing the concept of the cultural complex. This modern version of Jung's idea offers an original view of the forces that prevent human attempts to bring a peaceful, collaborative spirit to conflict between groups. Leading analysts and academics from a range of cultural backgrounds present their own perspective on the concept, demonstrating how the effects of cultural complexes can be felt in the behaviour of disenfranchised, oppressed and traumatised groups across the world. Ultimately, a clearer understanding of the source and nature of group conflict is reached through discussion of central subjects including: * Collective trauma and cultural complexes * Exploring racism: a clinical example of a cultural complex * Cultural complexes in the history of Jung, Freud and their followers. The Cultural Complex represents a valuable contribution to analytical psychology and will undoubtedly also stimulate dialogue in the fields of sociology, political science and cultural studies.

Return Of The Sentinel Book 2 Guardians Of The Gate

Author: Richard Blackburn
Publisher: Lachesis Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1927555485
Size: 61.64 MB
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Return Of The Sentinel Book 2 Guardians Of The Gate from the Author: Richard Blackburn. She’s back! Jenny can’t believe she’s going back to the year 1347. Again. But she has to rescue her friends in the village before the Black Death devastates England. At least now she knows what she’s getting into when she travels through the secret time portal at Stonehenge. Sort of. Jenny is about to find out that she’s got a lot more in store than just saving her village from the plague. Luckily, her mentor Gwenelda figures out what Jenny’s up to and arrives to help the headstrong apprentice. What they don’t know is that the wicked wizard Rudigor has set a terrible chain of events in motion that could wreak havoc around the world. But this time the threat is not only in the past—it’s in the present too, and Rudigor’s evil has spread far beyond the Middle Ages.

Not So Random Thoughts From Auturoa Book 2

Author: Teira Naahi
Publisher: Teira Naahi Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 0987653784
Size: 79.92 MB
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Not So Random Thoughts From Auturoa Book 2 from the Author: Teira Naahi. A Small collection poetry and verse containing 13 original gems from Teira Naahi.

Being Dakota

Author: Amos E. Oneroad
Publisher: Minnesota Historical Society
ISBN: 9780873515306
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Being Dakota from the Author: Amos E. Oneroad. At the beginning of the twentieth century, a few members of the Sisseton-Wahpeton Dakota community in northeastern South Dakota, while living in the white world, quietly worked to preserve the customs and stories of their ancestors in the face of federal government suppression and the opposition of organized religion. Amos E. Oneroad, a son of one of those families, was educated in the traditional ways and then sent east to obtain a college education, eventually becoming a Presbyterian minister. For most of his life, he moved in two worlds. By fortunate coincidence he met Alanson B. Skinner, a student of anthropology and kindred soul, in New York City. The two men formed a bond both personal and professional, collaborating on anthropological studies in various parts of the United States. The project closest to Oneroad's heart was the collection and preservation of the stories and traditions of the Sisseton and Wahpeton. Oneroad wrote down the stories and gave them to Skinner. The men intended to polish the resulting manuscript and publish it, but Skinner's untimely death in 1925 thwarted their plans. Oneroad and Skinner collected descriptions of everyday life, including tribal organization, ceremonies that marked the individual's passage from birth to death, and material culture. Several of the folk tales included relate the exploits of Iktomi, the trickster, while others tell of adventures of such figures as the Child of Love, Star Born, and the Mysterious Turtle. Laura L. Anderson, who teaches anthropology at the University of Oklahoma, found the neglected manuscript among Skinner's papers in a California library and has edited it for publication. Being Dakota succeeds in fulfilling its authors' original intent by conveying these long-ago stories and traditions to the children and grandchildren, and being true to Amos Oneroad's voice.