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The Complete Wood Pellet Barbeque Cookbook

Mouthwatering, tender, and scrumptious—that’s what you can expect from food that’s prepared on a wood-pellet grill. This complete guide and cookbook provides all the information you need to create taste-tempting meals on this unique and amazingly versatile outdoor cooker.Bob Devon, barbeque master extraordinaire, begins by explaining how you can use a wood-pellet grill as a smoker, grill, ...

The Cosmic Internet

Designed to help readers understand the purpose and potential of their existence, The Cosmic Internet is a record of the author’s direct conversations with the nonphysical aspects of the universe. What is the meaning of our physical lives? After our physical lives are concluded, will we continue to exist in some way? Frank DeMarco addresses these important questions and many more. Within this ...

The Cut of Pride

In his novel The Cut of Pride, Jim Misko does something that is rare in modern literature: he writes about hard, brutal, unpleasant physical labor. And he does so with such vivid detail that the labor itself becomes one of the story’s major entities. His cast of complex, dysfunctional characters—owners and employees of a mink-raising farm in coastal Oregon—is nearly destroyed by the seemingly ...

The Defiant

While recuperating in a hospital after World War II, a Polish refugee wrote at length about his remarkable experiences in war-torn Europe. The Defiant, his memoir, is the account of a young man who refused to yield to the German onslaught and chose instead to become a Jewish resistance fighter. Chronicling the bravery of a small group of men and women who carried on a forest war, this ...

The Diamond Color Meditation

The Diamond Color Meditation presents an inspiring use of color in a therapeutic meditation that is designed for relaxation, deep personal growth, and healing. As you discover the power of each color, you will experience the healing effect it has on your mind, body, and soul. Going far beyond traditional color therapies, this book introduces a completely original concept that uses color to evoke ...

The Divine Mother Speaks

The ancient Egyptian goddess Hathor personifies the principles of love, motherhood, and joy. One of the most important deities in ancient Egypt, Hathor was worshiped by royalty and common people alike. She is depicted as “Mistress of the West” and welcomed the dead into the next life.  In The Divine Mother Speaks, Rashmi Khilnani simplifies the wisdom and teachings of Hathor, and decodes the ...

The Do-In Way

D¯o-In is an ancient traditional exercise for the cultivation of physical health, mental serenity, and spirituality. Over the last 5,000 years, it has served as the origin of such well-known disciplines as shiatsu, acupuncture, moxibustion, yogic exercises, and meditation. Literally meaning to pull and stretch, D¯o-In originated as a way of achieving longevity and attaining the highest potential ...

The Doctor's Kidney Diets

* Winner of the IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award for Best Health title In the United States alone, 26 million adults have chronic kidney disease (CKD), and experts project that over half the country may develop CKD due to rising rates of disorders such as diabetes. While nephrologists can monitor kidney function and treat patients with medications, they can’t always offer the nutritional guidance ...

The Enzyme Cure

The medical industry continues to tell us that conventional medicine is the only way to treat all of our health issues. For too many people, however, these treatments do little more than spend money. But there are alternatives. For decades, the use of natural enzymes has been studied and evaluated. The Enzyme Cure is a comprehensive guide for everyone who wishes to learn more about treating ...

The Fabulous Fiber Cookbook

Always considered a vital nutrient, fiber is now being appreciated more than ever before. Its benefits are many—improved digestion, protection against cardiovascular disease and diabetes, and better weight control, to name a few. But to truly profit from fiber, it’s vital to get it from nutrient-packed foods like fruits and vegetables. How can you do this and still keep your dishes easy to ...

The Gift of Black Folk

Although the Civil War marked an end to slavery in the United States, it would take another fifty years to establish the country’s civil rights movement. Dr. W.E.B. Du Bois was among the first generation of African-American scholars to spearhead this movement towards equality. As cofounder of the NAACP, he sought to initiate equality through social change, and as a talented writer, he created ...

The Grapes of Wine

The ancient Greek philosophers called them elixirs of the gods. The Roman emperors used them to celebrate their victories. And today, fine wines are still being treasured and enjoyed. How and why these wines reach their zenith in color, flavor, and value is the focus of this beautifully illustrated book by wine connoisseur Baudouin Neirynck. The book first looks at the activities of growing ...

The Great War

World War I marked the end of the old military order and the beginning of the era of mechanized warfare. This is a thorough examination of the campaigns of the “war to end all wars.” It analyzes the development of military theory and practice from the prewar period of Bismark’s Prussia to the creation of the League of Nations.

The Hair Replacement Revolution

There is no cure for hair loss just yet. A number of amazing options are available, though, including high-tech surgical techniques, revolutionary drugs, and cosmetic hair additions that are more natural-looking than ever before. For anyone experiencing hair loss, the problem is seeing through the hype of ads and finding the technique or product that really works. Hair replacement experts Drs. ...

The Happiness Effect

Imagine a simple force of nature that can: • Provide you with a feeling of well-being • Offer a quick rush of energy • Allow you to sleep better • Relieve asthma, allergies, & other respiratory disorders • Lower blood pressure Sounds crazy, but it’s true, and it’s something that a drug company cannot sell you. The healing power of negative ions first became known to the public in 1900, when a ...