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 Release: Keys to Good Cooking by Harold McGee (.ePUB)+   Cooking   Posted by: madmagz at Sat May 31, 2014 12:10 pm 
Keys to Good Cooking: A Guide to Making the Best of Foods and Recipes by Harold McGee
Requirements: ePUB Reader, MOBI Reader, 3.30MB
Overview: "A vital tool for anyone who loves food and cooking" Heston Blumenthal
There's no shortage of recipes available today and Keys to Good Cooking will help you make the most of them by telling you what works, and why.
Written by award-winning author Harold McGee, this book acts as a companion to your recipe books, providing answers to all your kitchen questions - How do I prevent my sauce from separating? At what point should I salt meat? What are the benefits of cooking 'en papillotte'? - and distils modern scientific understanding of cooking into quick and reliable guidance.
Easy-to-use and authoritative, Keys to Good Cooking is a guide to the techniques, ingredients and gadgets with which you turn recipes into delicious meals.
Genre: Non-Fiction, Cookery

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 Release: Origami for Busy People by Marcia Joy Miller (.PDF)   General   Posted by: madmagz at Sat May 31, 2014 12:02 pm 
Origami for Busy People: 27 Original On-The-Go Projects by Marcia Joy Miller
Requirements: PDF Reader, 98.7MB
Overview: Turn a crazy, hectic work day around in just a few minutes with Origami for Busy People. Before jumping from one project to another, a little mental relaxation comes in handy to rejuvenate and revive the brain. This fun little book provides a variety of shorter and longer projects that can be completed during a coffee break, over lunch, or whenever a mini vacation is required.
Projects include:
Duck Glider
Reversible Star
Spring Flower
Fluted Vase
Starry Sky
Basic folding techniques, color photos of the 27 projects and 48 tear-out folding sheets combine to make this handy book a new workplace favorite! 
Genre: Non-Fiction, Craft, Origami

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 Release: A Severe Mercy by Sheldon Vanauken (.ePUB)   Biographies/Memoirs   Posted by: pdubois at Sat May 31, 2014 12:01 pm 
A Severe Mercy by Sheldon Vanauken
Requirements: .ePUB Reader, 406kB | This is a retail version
Overview: A Severe Mercy, by Sheldon Vanauken, is a heart-rending love story described by its author as "the spiritual autobiography of a love rather than of the lovers." Vanauken chronicles the birth of a powerful pagan love borne out of the relationship he shares with his wife, Davy, and describes the growth of their relationship and the dreams that they share. As a symbol of their love, they name their dream schooner the Grey Goose, "for the grey goose, if its mate is killed flies on alone and never takes another."

While studying at Oxford, Sheldon and Davy develop a friendship with C.S. Lewis, under whose influence and with much intellectual scrutiny they accept the Christian doctrine. As their devotion to God intensifies, Sheldon realizes that he is no longer Davy's primary love--God is. Within this discovery begins a brewing jealousy.

Shortly after, Davy acquires a fatal illness. After her death Sheldon embarks on an intense experience of grief, "to find the meaning of it, taste the whole of it ... to learn from sorrow whatever it had to teach." Through painstaking reveries, he comes to discover the meaning of "a mercy as severe as death, a severity as merciful as love." He learns that her death "had these results: It brought me as nothing else could do to know and end my jealously of God. It saved her faith from assault. ...And it saved our love from perishing."

Replete with 18 letters from C.S. Lewis, A Severe Mercy addresses some of the universal questions that surround faith--the existence of God and the reasons behind tragedy. --Jacque Holthusen
Genre: Biography, Literature

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 Release: Bourbon by Dane Huckelbridge (.ePUB)   General   Posted by: madmagz at Sat May 31, 2014 11:44 am 
Bourbon: A History of the American Spirit by Dane Huckelbridge
Requirements: ePUB Reader, 10.5MB
Overview: Popular history with a whiskey-soaked edge: Bourbon is Dane Huckelbridge's artful and imaginative biography of our most well-liked, and at times controversial, spirit, that is also a witty and entertaining chronicle of the United States itself.
Few commodities figure as prominently or as intimately in the story of the nation as bourbon whiskey. Its primary ingredient was discovered by Christopher Columbus. Its recipe was perfected on the Western frontier. In 1964, Congress passed a resolution declaring it to be a "distinctive product of the United States." First brewed by pioneers in in the backwoods of Appalachia, bourbon whiskey has become a modern multi-billion dollar international industry today. As Dane Huckelbridge reveals, the Kentucky spirit—the only liquor produced from corn is the American experience, distilled, aged, and sealed in a bottle.
In telling the story of bourbon, Huckelbridge takes us on a lively tour across three hundred years. Introducing the fascinating people central to its creation and evolution, he illuminates the elusive character of the nation itself. Interweaving the development of bourbon to America's own rise, his engaging and unique study is popular history at its best, offering a lively and informative look at our past through a hilariously thick pair of whiskey-bottle glasses.
Genre: Non-Fiction, Drinks

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 Release: Mountain Bike Rider - July 2014 (.PDF)   Magazines   Posted by: sashuel at Sat May 31, 2014 10:37 am 
Mountain Bike Rider - July 2014
Requirements: PDF Reader 77.66 MB
Overview: Published by IPC Media. mbr is the UK's leading magazine for trail riding, mountain bike enthusiasts. Published since 1997, mbr aims to inspire readers to just get out and ride! with every issue, by providing the very best expert advice about where, what and how to ride. Every edition delivers the ultimate mix of inspirational riding features, with extensive bike and product reviews, along with superb advice and reader involvement - plus free pull-out route guides.
Genre: Magazine

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 Release: Red UK - July 2014 (.PDF)   Magazines   Posted by: sashuel at Sat May 31, 2014 10:31 am 
Red UK - July 2014
Requirements: PDF Reader 53 MB
Overview: For the best things in life
From gorgeous fashion, beauty, food and interiors to brilliantly written features and health, Red magazine is an intelligent, glossy read that offers the best things in life. And for a daily Red fix, there’s redonline.co.uk. From what-to-cook-tonight to booking a weekend away to shopping with the Red fashion team, it’s the best things in life – every day.
Genre: Magazine

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 Release: The Woodworker & Woodturner - Summer 2014 (.PDF)   Magazines   Posted by: sashuel at Sat May 31, 2014 10:29 am 
The Woodworker & Woodturner - Summer 2014
Requirements: PDF Reader 24.5 MB
Overview: The Woodworker is a hands-on, we show you how, magazine aimed at the home woodworker. Its 108 year heritage makes it the authoritative voice on the subject. Edited and written by enthusiasts there is a real feel for, and understanding of, the subject. The magazine presents projects and technical advice on all aspects of woodworking, plus news, reviews and tests of the new and most popular woodworking tools and equipment available today.
Genre: Magazine

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 Release: Darkness, Darkness by John Harvey (.ePUB)(.MOBI)   Mystery/Thriller   Posted by: ldomancic at Sat May 31, 2014 10:20 am 
Darkness, Darkness by John Harvey (Charlie Resnick Series #12)
Requirements: ePUB/MOBI Reader 381/587 KB | Version: Retail ePUB
Overview: "In this masterful unearthing of the grudges and resentments left behind by the Miners' Strike of three decades ago, John Harvey has found the perfect case for Resnick to get his teeth into. All the ingredients are here: social history, the problem of male violence, the shadow of death, and, of course, the search for a decent cup of coffee. Anyone new to Resnick's world should probably start here; John Harvey has saved the best for last." (Jon McGregor)
"Darkness, Darkness is so good that it makes me grateful not to have Charlie Resnick for competition any more, but as a reader I'll mourn his loss. If only every series of crime novels could end with such grace and style." (John Connolly)
"There is no end to Charlie Resnick. He lives in the imaginations of all those lucky readers who have picked up a book and travelled with him like an old friend. Darkness, Darkness is yet another superb telling of the character by John Harvey. As distinctly as I remember reading the first Resnick I will always remember this one. Rich in wistful telling, the story holds your heart steady in a tight fist. It doesn't let you go. It doesn't let you let go of the man either." (Michael Connelly)
"Not since D H Lawrence has a writer so captured the Nottinghamshire vernacular and place. In this atmospheric novel the crime is real: seedy and un-glamorised and the detective, Charlie Resnick, delving into a cold case, is older, wiser and like all good detectives, doing things his own sweet way. King of Crime John Harvey here demonstrates with trademark rationed lyricism how he earned his crown: he offers up a pitch-perfect ending for Resnick and the series that's masterful, poignant and true." (Jill Dawson)
Genre: Fiction, Mystery

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