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  • Hangover Square

    • Author: Patrick Hamilton
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $14.95

    <p>"Hamilton . . . is a sort of urban Thomas Hardy: . . . always a pleasure to read, and as social historian he is unparalleled."-Nick Hornby</p> <p>"A much better writer than Auden, Isherwood . . . and his novels are still true now. You can go into any pub today and see it going on."-Doris Lessing, <i>The Times</i></p> <p>Adrift in the grimy pubs of London at the outbreak of World War II, George Bone is hopelessly infatuated with Netta, a contemptuous, small-time actress. George suffers from occasional blackouts, during which one thing is horribly clear: he must murder Netta.</p> <p><b>Patrick Hamilton</b> enjoyed worldwide popularity during the 1930s. His play <i>Rope</i> was made into a film by Alfred Hitchcock, and another, <i>Gaslight</i>, was a great success on the stage before being made into a film starring Ingrid Bergman.</p>


  • After the New Economy: The Binge and the Hangover That Won't Go Away

    • Author: Doug Henwood
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $16.95

    <B> Journalist Doug Henwood's withering postmortem of the New Economy.</B> <P>Rarely a day went by in the dizzy 1990s without some well-paid pundit heralding the triumphant arrival of a "New Economy." According to these financial mavens, an unprecedented technological and organizational revolution had extinguished the threat of recession forever. Though much of the rhetoric sounds ridiculous today, few analysts have explored how the New Economy moment emerged from deep within America's economic and ideological machinery&#151;instead, they've preferred to treat it as an episode of mass delusion. <P>Now, with customary irreverence and acuity, journalist Doug Henwood dissects the New Economy, arguing that the delirious optimism was actually a manic set of variations on ancient themes, all promoted from the highest of places. Claims of New Eras have plenty of historical precedents; in this latest act, our modern mythmakers held that technology would overturn hierarchies, democratizing information and finance and leading inexorably to a virtual social revolution. But, as Henwood vividly demonstrates, the gap between rich and poor has never been so wide, wealth never so concentrated. <I>After the New Economy</I> offers an accessible and entertaining account of the less-than-lustrous reality beneath the gloss of the 1990s boom.


  • Hayford Hall: Hangovers, Erotics, And Modernist Aesthetics

    • Author:
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $50.00

    In this innovative approach to modernist British and American women&#146;s literature, essayists focus on Hayford Hall, a remote country estate in Devonshire, England, rented by Peggy Guggenheim and inhabited by a coterie of literary friends in the summers of 1932 and 1933. As a critical treatment of the living and writing that unfolded at the estate, Hayford Hall: Hangovers, Erotics, and Modernist Aesthetics asserts that female modernists who gathered there integrated public art with their private lives, thus making their personal writing works of experimental aesthetics. Central to the literary discussions, the drinking, and the erotic play that filled the evenings at Hayford Hall were John Holms, Guggenheim&#146;s British lover; Djuna Barnes, who wrote her masterpiece Nightwood at the estate; Antonia White, British author best known for her convent novel Frost in May; and Emily Coleman, whose novel The Shutter of Snow was based on her own experiences of madness and institutionalization. <P>Drawing on archival materials to bring crucial sources to a wider audience, the essays, contributed by scholars from Britain, Germany, Canada, and the United States, each add a different perspective on the writers and suggest the notion that a specifically female kind of lived modernism started to emerge at Hayford Hall. They argue that the writers challenged the sexual, textual, and spiritual mores of the day, both in life and on the page. Until this time, Hayford Hall has all but been ignored by scholars interested in the literary history of modernism. This provocative collection offers a valuable addition to our understanding of one intellectual and artistic incubator of modernism.


  • The Ultimate Smoothie Book : 101 Delicious Recipes for Blender Drinks, Frozen Desserts, Shakes, and More!

    • Author: Calbom
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $12.95

    SMOOTHIES ARE SWEEPING THE NATION... They're creamy, fruity, delicious, quick and easy to make, and most important-they're good for you! Blending ingredients such as fresh fruit, creamy yogurt, and silky soy milk, smoothies are nutritionally sound drinks that taste just like ice-cream shakes. Cherie Calbom, aka The Juice Lady, now brings you the most comprehensive book ever on this sensational snack. A nutritionist and renowned author, Cherie will show you how to make scrumptious smoothies that will make you feel great! Here are simple and tasty recipes for: Â? Fabulous fruit smoothies and shakes Â? Healing smoothies that help fight the flu, hangovers, infections, jet lag, even aging skin Â? Perky pick-me-ups for pregnant women and new parents Â? Yummy-and healthy!-ice pops for kids of all ages Â? Party and coffee-break pleasures Â? Workout and bodybuilding drinks. With easy charts that analyze calorie, fat, protein, and vitamin content, this guide will give you tips on choosing fruits and veggies, preparation, cleanup, storage, and more. Now you and your family can drink all the nutrients you need-and enjoy! THE ULTIMATE SMOOTHIE BOOK DRINK TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH WITH SMOOTHIES LIKE: Â? Immune Booster. Carrot, fresh pineapple, and chunk ginger juiced with mashed sweet potato, raw cashews, and ice. The perfect antidote for anyone who's "under the weather." Â? Arabian Nights and Sweet Dreams. Take soy milk, sesame butter (tahini), and grated citrus peel. Add banana and fresh orange. Flavor with vanilla and enrich with lecithin. You'll have an exotic, mineral-rich dessert. Â? Wild Berry Bright Eyes. Mix blueberries, blackberries, and raspberry extract with Wild Berry Zinger ice cubes, then blend in soy milk and honey. It's a creamy, colorful smoothie that's great for your eyes-and your taste buds. Â? Carbo Power Pack. Pour tangy apple juice into a blender along with yogurt, fresh blueberries, frozen peaches, and other ingredients. Flavor with almond and vanilla extracts. Ideal energy on any sports day. Â? Orange Coconut Creamsicle-in-a-Glass. Cut oranges into chunks. Add milk of choice, grated coconut, vanilla, honey, and ice. Here's a calcium-rich drink that's yummy-and the kids will love it! Â? Berry Christmas Smoothie. Combine one sweet apple, cranberries, and creamy low-fat yogurt. Garnish with a sprig of mint or strawberry for a yuletide treat that's also food for your bones.Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending jobs.


  • Weight Watchers Simply the Best All American : Our 250 Regional Favorites from Around the Country (Weight Watchers)

    • Author: Weight Watchers Editors
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $21.95

    250 Regional Recipes from the Kitchens of America

    From coast to coast, America's favorite pastime is eating. But many of our most beloved foods aren't always good for the waistline--or our health. Now, the most trusted name in weight control re-creates more than 250 of America's all-time favorite dishes in healthy, tasty new recipes that will appeal to event he most finicky eater. From Cherry Pie, Red Flannel Has, and Lady Baltimore Cake to Seared Ahi Tuna with Mango Salsa, Steakhouse Fries, and Key Lime Sorbet, this cookbook is packed with delicious, low-calorie recipes everyone can enjoy without guilt. It includes:

    • Great-tasting recipes that reflect our nation's growing interest in regional products, such as Washington State salmon and Maine blueberries
    • A combination of classic recipes such as Yankee Pot Roast and Jambalaya and new cuisine dishes such as Spicy Asian Broth and Peppered Buffalo Tenderloin Steaks with Merlot and Cherry Sauce
    • Easy cooking tips and fanciful American cooking lore
    • Recipes featuring Weight Watchers' phenomenal 1-2-3 Success
    • Weight Loss Plan POINTS values
    With these irresistible recipes for time-tested favorites, sensible eating has never been so delicious! Very helpfull for people who are looking for restaurant jobs.


  • Schott's Food and Drink Miscellany

    • Author: Ben Schott
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $14.95

    From the author of the international bestseller Schott's Original Miscellany, the new collection of vital irrelevance and uncommon knowledge from the worlds of food and drink.

    The eponymous foods, famous last meals, and perfect martini proportions revealed in the bestselling Schott's Original Miscellany were only the tip of the iceberg: Schott's Food and Drink Miscellany is a snapper-up of unconsidered trifles from the culinary world. From food history to cooking terms, cocktail recipes to dining etiquette, grace before meals to after-dinner toasts-this olla podrida offers everything for the wine drinker, gastronome, and glutton. Ben Schott's brilliant juxtaposition of delectable tidbits makes this new miscellany so hard to put down, it may even make you late for dinner.
    Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy : The Harvard Medical School Guide to Healthy Eating

    • Author: M.D., Walter Willett, P.J. Skerrett
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $15.00

    Aimed at nothing less than totally restructuring the diets of Americans, Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy may well accomplish its goal. Dr. Walter C. Willett gets off to a roaring start by totally dismantling one of the largest icons in health today: the USDA Food Pyramid that we all learn in elementary school. He blames many of the pyramid's recommendations--6 to 11 servings of carbohydrates, all fats used sparingly--for much of the current wave of obesity. At first this may read differently than any diet book, but Willett also makes a crucial, rarely mentioned point about this icon: "The thing to keep in mind about the USDA Pyramid is that it comes from the Department of Agriculture, the agency responsible for promoting American agriculture, not from the agencies established to monitor and protect our health." It's no wonder that dairy products and American-grown grains such as wheat and corn figure so prominently in the USDA's recommendations.

    Willett's own simple pyramid has several benefits over the traditional format. His information is up-to-date, and you won't find recommendations that come from special-interest groups. His ideas are nothing radical--if we eat more vegetables and complex carbohydrates (no, potatoes are not complex), emphasize healthy fats, and enjoy small amounts of a tremendous variety of food, we will be healthier. You'll find some surprises as well, such as doubts about the overall benefits of soy (unless you're willing to eat a pound and a half of tofu a day), and that nuts, with their "good" fat content, are a terrific snack. Relying on research rather than anecdotes, this is a solidly written nutritional guide that will show you the real story behind how food is digested, from the glycemic index for carbs to the wisdom of adding a multivitamin to your diet. Willett combines research with matter-of-fact language and a no-nonsense tone that turns academic studies into easily understandable suggestions for living. --Jill Lightner Book Description

    As seen on the Today show!

    The National Bestseller Based on Harvard Medical School and Harvard School of Public Health Research...A Revolutionary Guide to Healthy Eating That Topples the USDA Food Pyramid

    In Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy, Dr. Walter Willett explains why the USDA guidelines -- the famous food pyramid -- are not only wrong but also dangerous. Debunking current dietary myths such as the evils of eggs and how high milk consumption does a body good, Dr. Willett sets an all-new nutritional standard. You'll discover:

    • eye-opening new research on the healthiest carbohydrates, fats, and proteins

    • why weight control is the single most important factor

    • menu plans and recipes that make it easy to reinvent your daily diet
    Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • Weight Watchers Simply the Best: 250 Prizewinning Family Recipes

    • Author: Weight Watchers
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $17.95

    If the old saying "butter plus salt equals flavor" is true, somebody neglected to tell the folks at Weight Watchers. Simply the Best is a testament that good food need not always be accompanied by dietary guilt and that flavor doesn't have to be sacrificed in the name of health. The book's more than 250 sensible low-fat recipes cover the culinary spectrum, from entrees such as Bella Braised Chicken to desserts such as Strawberry Crepes.

    While the book is designed to accompany the popular Weight Watchers diet program, it can be used by anyone interested in healthy, delicious, low-fat food. The prizewinning recipes are contributed by Weight Watchers members and staff from across the U.S., Canada, and England. For chefs new to low-fat cooking, Simply the Best is an excellent resource for learning flavorful combinations to substitute for traditional high-fat, high-caloric fare. Most inspiring is the sheer variety of recipes included in the book and the unique variations on old themes. While it may sound unconventional to purists, the Apple Cranberry Pie with Granola Crust is wonderful, and the Chicken Marsala with Green Grapes would go well on any table.Book DescriptionWeight Watchers has helped teach millions of Americans to lose weight and keep it off while incorporating delicious, good-for-you recipes into a daily diet. Now, Weight Watchers brings you the very best in low-fat, low-calorie cooking: an award-winning collection of 250 outstanding dishes from across the country. These recipes -- Weight Watchers members family favorites -- are sure to win kudos from your own friends and family. They're so delicious and easy that they're certain to become a regular part of your cooking repertoire -- and your family will love every healthful bite. Simply the Best has a recipe to please every palette: Asian Meatballs, Corn and Bean Chowder, Cranberry Basmati Rice, Chicken Tetrazzini -- plus a wealth of selections from soups and appetizers to main dishes and desserts. Simply the Best contains completely up-to-date Weight Watchers weight loss program information and each recipe includes complete nutritional data. Its stylish design and full-color photography make it attractive enough for gift-giving. Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.


  • Nutrition for Foodservice and Culinary Professionals

    • Author: Karen Eich Drummond, Lisa M. Brefere
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $75.00

    Nutrition for Foodservice and Culinary Professionals is the must-have reference for the most thorough, up-to-date information on nutrition and diet. New and expanded material in this Sixth Edition addresses important topics such as the 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, MyPyramid, balanced menu options and recipe ideas for morning and afternoon breaks, basic principles of food presentation, meeting special dietary needs, weight management, and much more!<br> <br> This new edition of Nutrition for Foodservice and Culinary Professionals features:<br> * A new, full-color interior design and full-color photographs including creative food presentations<br> * The 2005 Dietary Guidelines for Americans and the United States Department of Agriculture's MyPyramid<br> * Chef's Tips that highlight ways to incorporate nutritional knowledge in all meals, from breakfast, appetizers, soups, and salads to entrees, side dishes, and desserts<br> * Guidelines for cooking for such diets as low carbohydrate, high fiber, low fat, reduced saturated fat and cholesterol, low sodium, vegetarian, and gluten free<br> * Updated material on weight management, including current statistics on the prevalence of overweight and obesity in the United States and the latest information on weight-loss drugs and surgery<br> * The popular Nutrition Web Explorer, completely updated and expanded to help readers research specific food and nutrition-related topics<br> * New tables displaying the amount of vitamins and minerals in selected foods<br> * New coverage on the glycemic response and its relationship to health issues


  • Eat, Drink, & Weigh Less : A Flexible and Delicious Way to Shrink Your Waist Without Going Hungry

    • Author: Mollie Katzen, Walter Willett
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $23.95

    From the dream team of Dr. Walter C. Willett, bestselling author of Eat, Drink and Be Healthy, and Mollie Katzen, author of the four million-copy bestselling Moosewood Cookbook, comes a new approach to weight loss

    Eat, Drink, and Weigh Less offers a medically sound, extremely effective program that shows people how they can lose weight by adding delicious food to their diet and making simple changes in what they eat throughout the day. ItÂ?s flexible and adaptable -- and it really works. It features a powerful way to chart your progress called the Body Score. The more you raise your Body Score, the more you will lower your weight! A quiz at the beginning of the book helps readers determine their Body Score; the chapters that follow explain easy dietary and behavioral steps readers can take to improve their scores.

    While the concept is simple, the science behind it is not. It represents years of top research conducted by Dr. Walter C. Willett, the head of Harvard School of Public HealthÂ?s Department of Nutrition, including the famous NursesÂ? Health Study. This study scored each of its over 84,000 participants on food choices, exercise schedule, and body mass -- resulting in a number that accurately determined the nursesÂ? risk of heart disease.

    Now, for the first time, Dr. Willett has teamed up with mega-bestselling cookbook author Mollie Katzen to adapt a similar, much easier scoring system to create a user-friendly diet plan with fail-safe results. If you can raise your score, you will lower your weight -- all while eating delicious, easy-to-prepare foods. Very helpfull for people who are looking for bartending or restaurant jobs.