Create a fiesta for any occasion with these tempting recipes. Red Chile Adobo Beef, Spicy Grilled Salmon with Citrus, Southern Fried Chicken, Beef Bulgoki, Chorizo Potato and S'mores tvlini Chimichangas.
DONNA KELLY, a dedicated food fanatic and recipe developer, is the author of Quesadillas, French Toast, Virgin Vegan Everyday Recipes, 200 Appetizers, 101 Things to do with a Tortilla and 101 Things to do with Tofu. She currently lives in Provo, Utah .
SANDRA HOOPES is a culinary school graduate with an added pastry certificate and is the coauthor of 200 Appetizers. She is currently the food Editor for the Puma Press in Phoenix, Arizona.
Donna Kelly is the author of several cookbooks, including French Toast, 101 Things To Do With a Tortilla, 101 Things To Do With Chicken, 101 Things To Do With Tofu, 101 Things To Do with Canned Soup, and 101 Things To Do With a Toaster Oven. Donna Kelly, was born and raised in Southern Arizona. She has four children and works as a prosecuting attorney.She lives in Provo, Utah.
After ten years of loving exploration, Rick Bayless, together with his wife, Deann, gave us Authentic Mexican, this now classic, easy-to-use compendium of our southern neighbor's cooking.
This all-embracing cookbook offers the full range of dishes, from poultry, meat, fish, rice, beans, and vegetables to eggs, snacks made of corn masa, tacos, turnovers, enchiladas and their relatives, tamales, and moles, ending with desserts, sweets, and beverages. There are irresistible finger foods such as Yucatecan marinated shrimp tacos and crispy cheese-filled masa turnovers; spicy corn chowder and chorizo sausage with melted cheese will start off a special dinner; you will find mole poblano, charcoal-grilled pork in red-chile adobo, and marinated fish steamed in banana leaves for those times when you want to celebrate; and exotic ice creams, caramel custards, and pies to top off any meal. There's even a section devoted to refreshing coolers, rich chocolate drinks, and a variety of tequila-laced cocktails.
The master recipes feature all the pointers you'll need for re-creating genuine Mexican textures and flavors in a North American kitchen. Menu suggestions and timing and advance-preparation tips make these dishes perfectly convenient for today's working families. And traditional and contemporary variations accompany each recipe, allowing the cook to substitute and be creative.
Rick and Deann Bayless traveled more than thirty-five thousand miles investigating the six distinct regions of Mexico and learning to prepare what they found. From town to town, recipe by recipe, they personally introduce you to Mexico's cooks, their kitchens, their markets, and their feasts.
If, like the rest of us, you have a growing love for Mexican food, the reliable recipes in this book and the caring, personal presentation by Rick and Deann Bayless will provide meal after meal of pure pleasure for your family and friends.
This book will help you learn how to to tell the IBM MVS mainframe computer how and when to execute your programs. To do this you use a language called JCL, for Job Control Language. You use JCL to tell the mainframe how much memory and other resources your programs will need, how long each program should be allowed to run, what order to run the programs in, where to get the input data, where to put the output data, and so on. JCL controls almost everything related to running programs on MVS.
If you have a comfortable understanding of ordinary English language and are looking for a quick and easy way to learn JCL, this book is for you.
If you already know a little JCL and what you really want is a handy reference guide to bail you out on commonly occurring problems with JCL, youre in luck again, this book is for you there too.
If youre looking for an introduction to some of the more advanced and obscure tricks you might have seen people use in MVS, you guessed it, this book is for you on that as well.
How can this book do all that at once? Because, contrary to its reputation, JCL is not particularly difficult; it just has esoteric aspects that make it seem difficult if you have nobody to explain things. Once explained, all seems clear, as with most things.
This book can be used as a reference book, there are numerous examples and the index will assist you in finding what you are looking for when you need to find a solution to a problem. You can also read the book as an introductory text, from start to finish. Things are explained in plain ordinary language, so even if you have never before seen one line of JCL, you should have no trouble with the text; and by the time you get halfway through the book people should be starting to see you as an expert, probably to your great surprise. When you read the book straight through in this way, you will come across a lot of obscure but useful information to help you in your routine use of MVS.
JCL is a language like any other. If you travel to an area where you do not speak the language, you get a certain amount of satisfaction when you are able to make yourself understood using that language, be it to make a phone call, or ask for directions, or just to ask the price of something. The more you use the language the more you feel at ease using it. Having good guidebooks saves you a lot of learning time. And who doesnt love it when other people start mistaking us for locals and asking us the directions? Thats the same sort of feeling youll get the first few times your co-workers ask you to help them with their JCL problems; and that will start happening a lot sooner than you might think, because,contrary to appearances, most of them dont know much more about it than you do now. Thats why they have so much trouble explaining it to you. Thats why you want a good book on it now.
JCL is not generally taught in schools and Universities, so people who need to use JCL generally have to learn it on the job. For the most part they have a difficult time, largely because the people they learn from dont have a good grounding in JCL either. Those other people only learned enough to get by when doing a few things they needed to do; and those few things may not be the same things you need to do now. So your co-workers can be of only limited help to you with learning JCL.
Whether your job is programming, operations, or anything else, whatever your reason for wanting to learn JCL, this book is designed to help you. It will help you learn JCL in the first place and thereafter it will be a useful reference you can keep coming back to, like an old friend, to help you out when you get into trouble.