Ginger Pig Meat Book

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Tim Wilson and Fran Warde have teamed up to create this comprehensive reference work and inspirational collection of recipes. For each type of meat, the book recommends the best breeds, advises which cuts suit which style of cooking and tells you what to ask your butcher in order to buy the best quality.
There are more than 100 recipes arranged according to season, from Sticky citrus-marinated pork chops in April through Moroccan chicken with preserved lemons in July to Slow-baked herb-crusted leg of mutton in December. Through monthly farm diaries, the book also reveals what life is really like on a thriving British farm. Packed with specially commissioned photographs taken on the farm as well as in the kitchen by renowned photographer Kristin Perers, this is a uniquely beautiful and useful book.
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Fran Warde is a cook and best-selling food writer. She spent 18 months in the kitchens at The Café Royal before opening her own restaurant in London and then moving into catering and opening a successful cookery school. Fran co-authored with Joanna Harris the award-winning The French Kitchen, followed by The French Market. Her other books include New Bistro and Food for Friends. She has written for numerous publications, including The Saturday Times Magazine, BBC Good Food and Waitrose Food Illustrated and was the food editor of Red magazine.
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Mitchell Beazley
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Jun 2, 2014
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Cooking / General
Cooking / Specific Ingredients / Meat
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When authors Fran Warde and Catherine Zabilowicz met at the Maggie’s centre at Charing Cross Hospital in London, they quickly discovered they shared a passion for good food and healthy eating. They also realized that with their combined knowledge and experience – Fran as an acclaimed food writer, and Catherine as an experienced nutritional therapist working at Maggie’s – they could provide invaluable guidance for anyone living with cancer, their families and friends.

The Living Well With Cancer Cookbook, published in support of the Maggie’s charity, is the result of Fran and Catherine’s collaboration. Aimed at helping readers through each stage of their journey – diagnosis, during and after treatment – this essential guide is packed with advice on nutrition and health and offers a range of delicious recipes. There are healthy twists on classic favourites and tempting new treats to try, with every ingredient considered for its health benefits. Positive and empowering, the book contains a wealth of information on the best food choices to make, and reveals why many scientists today believe that certain foods and a balanced diet are crucial in sustaining strength throughout treatment. Taking a holistic approach, this book also seeks to alleviate anxieties, such as those concerning weight-loss, loss of appetite and the changes in how food tastes. Above all, the simple, comforting recipes will help both experienced cooks and novices to create nutritious, easily adapted meals – from breakfast right through to dinner – each one designed to nourish and sustain.

Bachelorarbeit aus dem Jahr 2012 im Fachbereich Politik - Internationale Politik - Thema: Europäische Union, Note: 1,0, Universität Erfurt, Veranstaltung: Internationale Politik, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Die Arbeit beschäftigt sich aus staatstheoretischer Sicht mit der Debatte um ein Demokratiedefizit der EU, wobei die Perspektiven der Politik- und der Rechtswissenschaft Beachtung finden. Zunächst werden einige grundlegende Ausführungen über die Bedeutung der Europäischen Union angeführt, welche die Relevanz eines möglichen Demokratiedefizits veranschaulichen. Dabei wird auch auf den Stand der europäischen Integration eingegangen, um eine Grundlage für den Vergleich des politischen Systems der EU mit dem des demokratischen Nationalstaates zu erzeugen. Dieser Vergleich soll im Anschluss zentrale Unterschiede deutlich machen, die zwischen der Union und ihren Mitgliedsstaaten bestehen und die einen entscheidenden Einfluss auf die Debatte um die demokratische Legitimation der EU haben, da sie veranschaulichen, welche Unvereinbarkeiten das System der EU im Hinblick auf die Konzeption demokratischer Legitimation im Nationalstaat hervorruft. Den Hauptteil der Arbeit bildet der Versuch, die so herausgestellten demokratietheoretisch bedeutsamen Unterschiede als Grundlage einer Bewertung zentraler Argumente in der Diskussion um ein Demokratiedefizit der Union zu nutzen. Dabei werden jeweils zunächst die Kernaussagen der Argumente dargestellt. Darauf folgt dann auf jedes dieser Argumente der Versuch, sie auf ihren ontologischen Subtext hinsichtlich ihres Demokratieverständnisses zu untersuchen und vor dem Hintergrund der vorher herausgestellten Unterschiede zu bewertet. Abschließend wird das Ergebnis der Arbeit zusammengefasst, in seiner Tragweite definiert und in den thematischen Kontext der Arbeit eingeordnet.
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