Through a Sparkling Glass: An A-Z of the Wonderland of Wine [EPUB]

Through a Sparkling Glass: An A-Z of the Wonderland of Wine [EPUB]
Through a Sparkling Glass: An A-Z of the Wonderland of Wine by Andrea Frost
2014 | EPUB | 0.8MB

Be educated on and entertained with the wonder and joy of wine and its place in our lives and culture. Come on a ramble through Wine Wonderland with Andrea as she points out the delights of wine, the importance we place on it, and the wisdom it can shine on the rest of life. Whether contemplating the importance of aging (in wine and people) or personifying the characters of different cuvees, Andrea is a charming raconteur and droll observer.

From Epicurus to Ernest Hemingway, restrained wines to release dates and tasting notes, everything we need to know for authentic wine happiness can be found in this delightful guide to the glass in your hand. Entertaining and educational, entries cover aspects of wine production, varieties, history and myth, tradition and custom, modern manners, the philosophy of life, and celebrating the mystery of wine. A delight to dip into, Through a Sparkling Glass is an alphabet of wine wisdom and the most important things in life.

The Last Diet: Cook Yourself Thin With Dr Eva [EPUB]

The Last Diet: Cook Yourself Thin With Dr Eva [EPUB]
The Last Diet: Cook Yourself Thin With Dr Eva by Eva Orsmond
2012 | EPUB | 15.92MB

This is the last diet you’ll ever need. Why? Because Dr Eva Orsmond, at last, gives you the truth about healthy weight loss for life.

Eva has helped thousands of people lose weight through her clinics and on RTÉ’s Operation Transformation. Now you can benefit from her easy-to-follow weight-loss steps, tasty recipes and sound advice, which will guide you on your way to achieving your healthy weight – and staying there.

The Last Diet is flexible, balanced and realistic. It shows you how to:

  • Change your behaviour: replace the bad habits with good ones
  • Prepare for the plan with a 10-step guide
  • Change your life with Eva’s 4-phase plan
  • Address your emotional issues with food
  • Cook easy, healthy, low calorie meals with 90 recipes included

This book will educate you about food and food choices. It will show you how to create a lifestyle change that is based on a healthy eating routine. Most of all, it will offer you a real chance at achieving healthy weight loss for life.

Sex and Bacon: Why I Love Things That Are Very, Very Bad for Me [EPUB]

Sex and Bacon: Why I Love Things That Are Very, Very Bad for Me [EPUB]
Sex and Bacon: Why I Love Things That Are Very, Very Bad for Me by Sarah Katherine Lewis
2008 | EPUB | 2.43MB

It’s said that how we eat is reflective of our appetite in bed. Food and sex: two universal experiences that can easily become addictive and all consuming. You don’t need to look far—The Food Network, billboards, TV spots to name just a few—to witness firsthand the explosive combination of food and sex.

In Sex and Bacon: Why I Love Things That Are Very, Very Bad for Me, Sarah Katherine Lewis is a seductress whose observations about the interplay between food and sex are unusually delightful, sometimes raunchy, and always absorbing. Sex and Bacon is a unique type of lovefest, and Lewis is not your run-of-the-mill food writer.

A lusty eater who’s spent the better part of her adult life as a sex worker, Lewis is as reckless as she is adventurous. She writes of eating whale and bone marrow as challenges she was incapable of resisting. With chapters that hone in on the categorically simple—fat, sugar, meat—Lewis infuses even the most quotidian meals and food memories with sensual observations and decadence worthy of savoring. Sex and Bacon is exuberant—a celebration that honors the rawness and base needs that are central to our experiences of both food and sex.

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