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Polish Dumpling Perfection... Pierogi Pierogi have been shared over the dinner table in Poland and other Slavic countries since the Middle Ages. In fact, it has been a part of the staple diet since this time. Back in those times Pierogi were only consumed by farmers and the poor, until one day someone of higher status tried one and fell in love at first bite! Today we are thankful because so many centuries of trial and error in Pierogi recipes have passed. Today Pierogi are loved all over the world! Now I want to share a wide variety of recipes with you, some dating back to the Middle Ages. There are many modern twists and variations to Pierogi, however my aim is to provide you with traditional and authentic recipes. Each and every recipe is easy to follow and can be simply recreated at home. You will also learn how to master making the Pierogi dough (Which is the most important part of Pierogies) You will also discover, Its not really that scary and hard! All recipes in this book were given the tick of approval from my 89-year-old grandmother (Babcia.) If you are ready to make Pierogi the Traditional and Authentic way, please scroll up and click the "buy me" now button.
Why Mason Jar Salad Recipes? Well, why not? Although mason jars salad recipes are fast becoming a household name, not because it is just another fad diet but because it is quite easy to prepare. Nowadays, people are more inclined to choose healthy options and for most of us, although we want to eat healthily sometimes we are easily persuaded to cheat because of the effort of preparing healthy meals-aside from the cost of organic food. But, with Mason Jar Salad recipes, you can prepare your food in advance-as much as 5 days ahead. So, what does this mean to people living a fast paced life? This means that busy people can pick a day in one week to prepare all the needed salad in a jar meal they would need within a week. For example, if you are living alone or with your husband, you can basically prepare 10 salad meals (breakfast/lunch and dinner) x 2 (for hubby and you) a total of 20 salad jar recipes. Prepare it in one day, including grocery and packing of the salad in a jar which basically takes around 5 hours in all and you are free to do your thing the rest of the week. Just grab a jar and you have healthy food on your hands. If you buy the vegetables in bulk you are saving more money because you can ensure that all the vegetables and fruits you buy will be used within your Mason jar salad recipe. Plus, you can reuse extra dressing from last week's recipe into this week's crop of salad jars. And most of all, this book contains no less than 50 different and amazing Mason jar salad recipes to keep your palate fully satisfied-say good bye to the same food over and over again. And most of all, feel free to substitute the veggies used to make it even more interesting!"
Thanksgiving is here again!
25 Delicious, Simple and Easy To Prepare Recipes for a beautiful thanksgiving experience
A preview of the recipes you'll find in this book:
Go ahead and get this book with simple and straightforward cooking instructions for a pleasant thanksgiving.
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A fascinating memoir of life as a lady's maid in a big house in the 1930s, covering the beauty of the house, the housing of royals escaping the Nazis, the hard work of staff, and the experience of joining the army to serve a Countess
Hilda Newman was a maid to Lady Coventry at the Worcestershire stately home of Croome Court in the 1930s. In her fascinating memoir of life below the stairs (as well as glimpses from inside the big house), she reveals what it was like living and working in the 18th Century Neo-Palladian mansion surrounded by parkland landscaped by Lancelot "Capability" Brown. During World War II Croome Court housed the exiled Dutch Royal Family, who escaped the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands. It was also the top-secret RAF base Defford, where radar was developed and repairs were carried out on aircraft fighting in the Battle of Britain. Hilda remembers life both upstairs and down, from the grand long gallery designed by Robert Adam and the tapestry room (since removed and transferred to the Metropolitan Museum in New York), to the hard labor demanded of serving staff and what it was like in the Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS), the women's branch of the British Army, which she joined to serve the Countess in 1940.
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