This interdisciplinary collection charts the experiences of young people in rural and regional areas and city outskirts around the world. International experts investigate aspects of marginal spatiality including citizenship, materiality and belonging, and look at the complex relationships between place, history, politics and education.
This past April, Leanne Brown posted a recipe collection online-the capstone project of her master's thesis in food studies at NYU-called 'Good and Cheap: Eat Well on $4/Day.' The idea was simple: Armed with a little knowledge and some inventive recipes, Americans receiving food stamps could use the allotted $4 per day to live a healthy and delicious diet. The recipe collection was so popular that, in June, Leanne founded a Kickstarter campaign to self-publish copies of the book. Hundreds of thousands of people responded to her mission, and donations topped out at nearly $145,000. What Leanne had offered up was this: Buy a cookbook for yourself for $25, and she would donate another copy to someone who needs it.
Good and Cheap will expand upon the Kickstarter version of the book while maintaining the "Buy One, Give One" model. This edition includes 120 recipes, including Whole-Wheat Jalapeno Cheddar Scones, Creamy Zucchini Fettucine, Black-Eyed Peas and many more old and new recipes. Brown also shares information on how to plan and shop, how to stock your kitchen with basic tools, and spends a chapter on family cooking and big-batch meals. Each recipe gives approximate pricing per serving (in US$) and estimated total cost. And substitutions based on availability, taste, and price are encouraged throughout.
Although the book is aimed as a guide to empower the 47 million Americans who try to get by on a budget of food stamps-plus the millions more who are being forced to get by on less-Good and Cheap is essential for Australians who desire a healthy lifestyle on a low budget. The book will not only change the life of those who buy it, but also those who will receive it thanks to the "Buy One, Give One" promise.
The authors show how to use Web tools to enhance learning, and discuss student safety, appropriate "netiquette", legal considerations, and ISTE NETS technology and content standards.
Including a new foreword by New York Times bestselling cookbook author Leanne Brown, this 1912 classic was very much ahead of its time. The perfect resource for anyone looking to make cheap, delicious, and nutritious meals on a small budget, this book covers everything you need to know for economic cooking. Gibbs provides useful commentary on topics ranging from being frugal and smart with your food purchases to preserving and portioning them correctly to make them last longer.
Throughout the book, the pages are filled black-and-white illustrations, diagrams, and charts to help guide readers through processes such as: preparation, measurement, cook time, baking, boiling, broiling, canning, cleaning, frying, and more! This book also includes an extensive collection of recipes for batters, beverages, cakes, cereals, casseroles, cheeses, confections, decorations, eggs, fish, fruits, meats, puddings, salads, sandwiches, soups, vegetables, and the list goes on! Additionally, it offers fully planned-out, eclectic, weekly meal plans for each month of the year, so you don't have to worry about what to make every day.
So pick up your copy of Old Fashioned Economical Cooking, learn how to make tasty recipes, and get the most bang for your buck!
Edmonton is in the midst of a food renaissance. Over the last ten years, a new brigade of passionate farmers, butchers, bakers, and chefs have set up shop in the city by the river. Here, they take the best of our native land, with its beauty and bounty, and add their own cultural nods to make something uniquely Edmonton. A dazzling collection of more than 70 chef-tested recipes, accompanied by mouth-watering photography, Edmonton Cooks is a celebration of the city's best.