With supplements on the mouse and monitor accompanying the machine.
From mouth-watering fettucine to hand-made gelato, this Italian cookbook mixes easy to prepare, authentic recipes with tales, travels and experiences of Italy that will inspire you to cook and enjoy.
"Holy. Cow! If you love myth and fairy tale, then this is the story for you!" - Amazon Customer “I’m sorry I didn’t slit your throat,” Cree growled. “You’d be a heck of a lot quieter right now if I had.” Faeries are supposed to be nice, aren’t they? At least that’s what Ben thought. Then again, according to some, he was the last Gatekeeper. Charged with closing the portal between his world and the magical world of Em. He’d entered Em by accident and all he wanted was to get back home again. Cree, however, had different wants.
The primary one being to snuff out the life of the interloper laying claim to her late father’s role as Gatekeeper. Unfortunately, her mother won’t let her do that. With magical creatures aplenty; friends and foe alike, the two embark on a series of adventures unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. Will Ben leave Em forever, or will he fulfill his destiny as the last Gatekeeper and close the gate between the worlds? More importantly, will he survive the volatile purple-haired half-breed faerie out to end his life in the most violent manner imaginable?
CREATE YOUR OWN HEALING SALVE IN JUST ONE DAY Do you want to learn how to create organic herbal salves yourself and use it to treat your family? Are you skeptical of Big Pharma and want to make sure that your family only get the best treatment without any toxic chemicals? Do you want a simple step-by-step guide that will get you started creating salves within an hour of reading the book? Your step-by-step guide In my short book, you will learn all you need to know about herbal salves. You will learn what it is, how to treat illnesses with it and you will get the step by step instructions and recipes to start creating your first glass of natural DIY healing salve. Healing salve is an oil based ointment and is one of the best ways to ensure your family's health and your own beauty. Organic herbal salves should be stored in your medicine cabinet and can be applied to cuts, bruises, burns, bites, stings, rashes, acne, scrapes and boils.
It can also used as a beauty product and has long been known as a powerful anti-wrinkle medicament as well as an effective way to soften and moisturize the skin. The book is meant for beginners, with no prior natural medicine experience. I will walk you through what you need to do to get started - step by step, nothing is left out. You will learn: What herbal salves are How to use them for healing How to use them for beauty What to buy to get started 5 fundamental healing salve recipes: 1: All-Natural Antibiotic Salve 2: Burn Salve 3: All Purpose Healing Salve 4: Anti-Aging Salve 5: Healing Massage Salve + FREE BONUS Much more... Are you ready to have your first glass of DIY healing salve on your table 24 hours from now? Press the "BUY NOW" button now and get started right away! Tags: organic healing balm, homemade salve, salva, herbal salve recipes, organic cosmetics, herbal body care, holistic salve, medicinal salve, medicinal cream, herbal salve remedies, herbal remedies, herbal remedies, antivirals, antibiotics, DIY homemade essential oils, herbal medicine, lavender oil, aromatherapy, homeopathy
In The Postmodern Animal, Steve Baker explores how animal imagery has been used in modern and contemporary art and performance, and in postmodern philosophy and literature, to suggest and shape ideas about identity and creativity. Baker cogently analyses the work of such European and American artists as Olly and Suzi, Mark Dion, Paula Rego and Sue Coe, at the same time looking critically at the constructions, performances and installations of Robert Rauschenberg, Louise Bourgeois, Joseph Beuys and other significant late twentieth-century artists.
Baker's book draws parallels between the animal's place in postmodern art and poststructuralist theory, drawing on works as diverse as Jacques Derrida's recent analysis of the role of animals in philosophical thought and Julian Barnes's best-selling Flaubert's Parrot.
Two steam locomotives collide head-on in a cornfield at the edge of Nashville on July 9, 1918, taking the lives of more than a hundred people and injuring at least 300 others. This tragic tale, set against a backdrop of wartime urgency and human error, unfolds in the midst of the racial and societal divisions of the early twentieth century: a riveting story of decided historical impact.