Neven Maguire s Complete Family Cookbook

This new definitive collection gives you all the inspiration and help you need to make life in the kitchen easier and more enjoyable.

Author: Neven Maguire

Publisher: Gill & Macmillan Ltd

ISBN: 9780717174614

Category: Cooking

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Thank Heaven For Neven! This Definitive Family Cookbook Will Be A Lifesaver In Every Family's Kitchen At the very centre of family life is the food and fun we share together daily. Our families are the most important people in our lives, so when it comes to mealtimes we want to give them the best we can. This new definitive collection gives you all the inspiration and help you need to make life in the kitchen easier and more enjoyable. The book is divided into the areas where many parents look for help: SOS - SAVE OUR SUPPERS!, including very practical sections like '30 Minutes Max' and 'Mince Tonight'. EAT MORE VEG, for ways to sneak more veg into everyone's diet. LUNCH, which is full of inspiration for packed lunches and beyond. BOB - BRING ON BREAKFAST!, with lots of delicious dishes to start off your day. PARTY TIME, including everything you'll need to get you through Christmas and other family gatherings. GET BAKING!, with lots of ideas for homemade treats. THE BUSY PARENTS' GO-TO BASICS, which will become your best friend in the kitchen. The book also includes lots of tips on how to wean the family off processed food for meal and snack times, how to plan for large family gatherings, how to cut down on food waste and how to bake the perfect celebration cake. Neven's insights from his sell-out Parent and Child Cookery Course at his cookery school in Blacklion, Co. Cavan, combined with his own experiences of being a dad to his four-year-old twins, result in 300 failsafe, tried and tested recipes that will be a godsend for busy parents everywhere.

Neven Maguire s Complete Baby and Toddler Cookbook

In this brand new collection of recipes for babies and toddlers, Neven takes the worry away from introducing your baby to solid food for the first time and gives you plenty of inspiration to encourage your little one to develop a life-long ...

Author: Neven Maguire

Publisher: Gill & Macmillan Ltd

ISBN: 9780717169405

Category: Cooking

Page: 240

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Neven Maguire, Ireland’s most trusted chef and busy father of two, is here to show you how to give your child the best start in life with honest-to-goodness recipes and advice. Good nutrition is the most important investment you can make for your child’s future, but starting out is always daunting for any parent. There are so many questions: when to wean, which foods to offer first, and which ones to avoid? In this brand new collection of recipes for babies and toddlers, Neven takes the worry away from introducing your baby to solid food for the first time and gives you plenty of inspiration to encourage your little one to develop a life-long love of delicious and nutritious eating. With helpful daily meal planners and 200 delicious and easy-to-follow recipes, this trusty guide will take you from your baby’s first tastes, through all the stages of weaning, right up to family mealtimes and beyond. Recipes include purées, mashed foods, finger foods, lumpy foods, chopped foods, sharing family foods and even the occasional family-friendly treat! The book also includes advice on the organic debate, allergies, essential equipment and setting goals for your baby every step of the way. All baby and toddler recipes supported by the First 1000 Days and the Irish Nutrition and Dietetic Institute.

Home Chef

The aim of Home Chef is to help give people the confidence to cook at a high level in their own home, from everyday family meals to dishes with a generous helping of the 'wow' factor. When I think back to my early training days, ...

Author: Neven Maguire

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: 9780007372584

Category: Cooking

Page: 224

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Award-winning chef and restaurateur Neven Maguire shows everyday cooks how to achieve kitchen success with his indispensible culinary guide and cookbook.

The Literary World

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Wicked CD

When Dorothy triumphed over the Wicked Witch of the West in L. Frank Baum's classic tale, we heard only her side of the story.

Author: Gregory Maguire

Publisher: HarperAudio

ISBN: 0060876328

Category: Fiction

Page: 409

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When Dorothy triumphed over the Wicked Witch of the West in L. Frank Baum's classic tale, we heard only her side of the story. But what about her arch-nemesis, the mysterious Witch? Where did she come from? How did she become so wicked? And what is the true nature of evil? Gregory Maguire creates a fantasy world so rich and vivid that we will never look at Oz the same way again. Wicked is about a land where animals talk and strive to be treated like first-class citizens, Munchkinlanders seek the comfort of middle-class stability, and the Tin Man becomes the victim of domestic violence. And then there is the little green-skinned girl named Elphaba, who will grow up to become the infamous Wicked Witch of the West, a smart, prickly, and misunderstood creature who challenges all our preconceived notions about the nature of good and evil. Performed by John McDonough

Books in Print

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105124489662

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Mirror Mirror

A lyrical work of stunning creative vision, Mirror Mirror is set in Renaissance Italy, where Gregory Maguire draws a connection between the poison apple in the original Snow White story and the Borgia family's well-known appetite for ...

Author: Gregory Maguire

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 9780060393847

Category: Fiction

Page: 304

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A lyrical work of stunning creative vision, Mirror Mirror is set in Renaissance Italy, where Gregory Maguire draws a connection between the poison apple in the original Snow White story and the Borgia family's well-known appetite for poisoning its foes. In Mirror Mirror Snow White is called Bianca de Nevada. She is born on a farm in Tuscany in 1495, and when she is seven, her father is ordered by the duplicitous Cesare Borgia to go on a quest to reclaim the relic of the original Tree of Knowledge, a branch bearing three living apples that are thousands of years old. Bianca is left in the care of her father's farm staff and the beautiful—and madly vain—Lucrecia Borgia, Cesare's sister. But Lucrecia becomes jealous of her lecherous brother's interest in the growing child and plots a dire fate for Bianca in the woods below the farm. There Bianca finds herself in the home of seven dwarves—the creators of the magic mirror—who await the return of their brother, the eighth dwarf, long gone on a quest of his own. In the evocative style of Maguire's earlier novels, Mirror Mirror is a fresh, compelling take on a beloved classic tale.

Mastering Data Modeling

Featuring a requirements-driven approach, this book clearly explains fundamental concepts, introduces a user-oriented data modeling notation, and describes a rigorous, step-by-step process for collecting, modeling, and documenting the kinds ...

Author: John Vincent Carlis

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional

ISBN: UOM:39015049545778

Category: Computers

Page: 377

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Carlis (computer science, U. of Minnesota) and Maguire a program manager for Microsoft, explain to information systems analysts and database developers how to become a successful data modeler. Using their own Logical Data Structure for the data modeling notation, they describe in detail the process for collecting, modeling, and documenting data structures and flow. They also analyze all data shapes and provide several recipes for applying them. They provide no bibliographic references. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

The Importance of Being Kennedy

The story is told from the viewpoint of fictional Kennedy nursemaid Norah Maguire, who has been with the family since 1915 and witnessed every moment, public and private.

Author: Laurie Graham

Publisher: HarperCollins UK

ISBN: STANFORD:36105123328085

Category: Domestic fiction

Page: 326

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A brilliant new novel by Laurie Graham set in wartime London, which follows Kick Kennedy, sister of future US President JFK, as she takes London society by storm. The story is told from the viewpoint of fictional Kennedy nursemaid Norah Maguire, who has been with the family since 1915 and witnessed every moment, public and private. When Mr Kennedy brings home his 'business associate' Gloria Swanson, star-struck Norah sees all. While Mrs Kennedy shops, prays and takes to her childbed once a year, Norah is in charge. She makes the annual migration between Hyannis Port and Palm Beach. She sees the boys - Joe, Jack, Robert and Teddy - coached at their father's knee to believe that everything they'll ever want in life - girls, influence, high office - can be bought. She sees Kick and her sisters trained to say their rosaries and prepare for advantageous marriages. And Norah knows precisely what happened to Rosemary, the one child even Joe Kennedy couldn't bully into shape. Poor slow, smiling Rosemary, airbrushed out of the family line-up and consigned to lobotomised limbo. The Second World War changes the lives of both Norah and her favourite, Kick, in unforeseen ways. When America joins the war in 1941, Kick volunteers, escapes the confines of the family and goes to London, with Norah as her chaperone. Kick is 21 and London adores her. It's in London that Norah finds unexpected mid-life love and it's from London that Kick stages her first act of rebellion. She gets married, and by some lights makes an exceptionally aristocratic match. But the Marquess of Hartington is a dyed-in-the-wool Protestant. In just ten minutes at Chelsea Registry Office Kick begins the unravelling of her father's careful plans to create a Catholic First Family, and her mother's determination to ignore anything that displeases her. She is never again quite one of the clan. Norah Maguire's story follows her through her wartime marriage, her widowing and her eventual emergence from grief to lob an even bigger hand grenade into the Kennedy compound: a passionate love affair with another Protestant, and a married one to boot.

Selected Poems of Padraic Colum

In 1914 Colum and his wife, the talented critic, Mary (Molly) Maguire, decided to visit America. They stayed on in New York City, initially because of the war, in voluntary exile.

Author: Sanford Sternlicht

Publisher: Syracuse University Press

ISBN: 0815624581

Category: Poetry

Page: 116

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Padriac Colum (1881-1972) at the age of twenty-three was already a gifted, prolific, and versatile writer. He was a major contributor to the Irish national Theatre Society, founded by William Butler Yeats, Lady Gregory, AE, and others, and he himself was one of the founders of the immortal Abbey Theatre. Unlike other leading figures of the Irish Literary Revival, Colum alone was Roman Catholic, peasant born, and country bred. AE convinced the young writer that he had a mission as a poet: to portray the fundamental nature of the Irish peasant experience as only Colum could. Colum's first book of poems, Wild Earth (1907), forms the foundation of his poetic canon, expressing the clarity, strength, and vitality of his unique voice. Although he wrote over sixty books, including plays, fiction, biography, folklore, and children's stories, it is as an Irish lyric poet that he will be remembered. His poetry depicts the nobility of men and women who lived in the ancient ways, close to the sky and the soil, and who were inherently endowed with the elemental understanding of life and death and the eternal cycle of the seasons. In 1914 Colum and his wife, the talented critic, Mary (Molly) Maguire, decided to visit America. They stayed on in New York City, initially because of the war, in voluntary exile. After Molly's death in 1957, Colum's poetry entered a new phase, and in a sense, he became a visitor to his own memories, telling stories about his longtime friends, such as James Joyce and Arthur Griffith, in Irish Elegies and Images of Departure, published when he was in his mid-eighties. Simultaneously personal and universal, these poems are a moving farewell to art and to life.

Death by Choice

A theologian addresses himself to the right to death issue and considers the moral, medical, and legal dilemmas that have emerged

Author: Daniel C. Maguire

Publisher: Image

ISBN: STANFORD:36105037647737

Category: Philosophy

Page: 224

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A theologian addresses himself to the right to death issue and considers the moral, medical, and legal dilemmas that have emerged

Ceramic Art from Byzantine Serres

In the volume's first essay, Eunice Dauterman Maguire and Henry Maguire discuss the aesthetics and design of Byzantine pottery, as well as its relationship to the ceramic traditions of the Near East and Western Europe, particularly Italy.

Author: Dēmētra Papanicola-Bakirtzē

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 0252063031

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

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The art of Byzantine pottery, its manufacture, and its analysis using modern scientific techniques are key elements of Ceramic Art from Byzantine Serres, a companion volume to the first North American exhibition of Byzantine pottery, held at Krannert Art Museum of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. In the volume's first essay, Eunice Dauterman Maguire and Henry Maguire discuss the aesthetics and design of Byzantine pottery, as well as its relationship to the ceramic traditions of the Near East and Western Europe, particularly Italy. In her chapter on the technology of Byzantine pottery production, Demetra Papanikola-Bakirtzis tells of recent discoveries at Serres, in northern Greece, where a thirteenth- and fourteenth-century kiln site was excavated, along with clay separator rods and wasters. Papanikola-Bakirtzis shows how the items found at Serres allow for detailed reconstruction of the processes used by Late Byzantine potters. Charalambos Bakirtzis provides an overview of the cultural setting in which Serres pottery was made. Following the catalogue of objects in the exhibition, Sarah Wisseman's portion of the text describes how materials analysis by the Program on Ancient Technologies and Archaeological Materials at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign was used to determine clay sources and glaze composition. Thirty-one illustrations, four of them in color, augment the four essays. In addition, each of the twenty-five catalogue entries gives a full description of a ceramic piece from the Serres workshops and is accompanied by a profile drawing and a photograph. Concluding all are an informative glossary and selected bibliography on Byzantine pottery.

Christian Realism and the New Realities

In this book, Robin W. Lovin criticizes contemporary political and theological views that separate religion from public life as though these areas were systematically opposed and makes the case for a more integrated understanding of modern ...

Author: Robin W. Lovin

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521841948

Category: Philosophy

Page: 231

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Are religion and public life really separate spheres of human activity? Should they be? In this book, Robin W. Lovin criticizes contemporary political and theological views that separate religion from public life as though these areas were systematically opposed and makes the case for a more integrated understanding of modern society. Such an understanding can be underpinned by 'Christian realism', which encourages responsible engagement with social and political problems from a distinctive perspective. Drawing on the work of Rawls, Galston, Niebuhr, and Bonhoeffer, Lovin argues that the responsibilities of everyday life are a form of politics. Political commitment is no longer confined to the sphere of law and government, and a global ethics arises from the decisions of individuals. This book will foster a better understanding of contemporary political thought among theologians and will introduce readers primarily interested in political thought to relevant developments in recent theology.

The Florists at Midnight

This is a collection of poems about flowers and gardens from Sarah Maguire.

Author: Sarah Maguire

Publisher: Vintage

ISBN: UOM:39015054246643

Category: Flowers

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This is a collection of poems about flowers and gardens from Sarah Maguire. The poems from her first two collections, Spilt Milk and The Invisible Mender, are added to a selection of new poems.

Wild Bill Hickok Calamity Jane

Chronicles the lives of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane, describing their legendary relationship and how novelists, journalists, and movie makers portrayed them.

Author: James D. McLaird

Publisher: South Dakota State Hist Society

ISBN: 9780977795598

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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Chronicles the lives of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane, describing their legendary relationship and how novelists, journalists, and movie makers portrayed them.