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Everyday to Entertaining: 200 Sensational Recipes That Transform From Casual to Elegant by Meredith Deeds and Carla Snyder is full of recipes that any home cook can whip up with ease for a simple, satisfying meal or serve with confidence at a dinner party.

All the recipes in this book come in pairs. Each dish starts with the “basic” version and the second recipe offers a more sophisticated take with a bit of pizazz. Chapters include everything from appetizers to sides and meats and seafood.



In Home Staging That Works: Sell Your Home in Less Time for More Money, author Starr Osborne shows prospective sellers how to package their home to make a spectacular first impression on the ideal buyer. Osborne demonstrates, step-by-step, room-by-room, that anyone can learn how to give their home a professional-quality strategic makeover. With tricks and techniques of the trade, she walks homeowners through the manageable process of emphasizing a home’s strengths and downplaying weaknesses.



The Kitchen Garden Cookbook is the recipe book for gardeners, and is packed with delicious, seasonal recipes to make the best use of home-grown produce. Featuring more than 200 recipes for popular crops such as apples, squash, berries and herbs, this book is packed with imaginative and inspiring ideas to turn produce into delicious recipes.



The Complete Homebrew Beer Book by George Hummel provides easy-to-follow instructions so the reader will quickly understand the flavor components of beer, and how to design recipes to suit individual tastes. The recipes are also categorized according to difficulty, so the reader can create at their own comfort level and pace.

The comprehensive glossary guarantees answers to every question pertaining to ingredients and equipment, and the overall design is user-friendly.



In Diamond Dishes, baseball fans and food lovers get a behind-the-scenes look at their favorite major league baseball players with stories told through memorable meals, family recipes, exclusive full-olor photos of the players off the field and in the kitchen, and reveals anecdotes about life beyond the diamond. Author Julie Loria has gathered more than 60 easy-to-make recipes derived from her conversations with each player, sharing the dishes they love, their own concoctions, and even a few superstitions.



Edward Smith’s new book, The Vegetable Gardener’s Container Bible, teaches those with no backyard or limited outdoor space, how to grow bountiful harvests in containers.

Smith provides information on growing any kind of vegetable in any kind of container. The book shows how to choose the right plants for the appropriate container, how to care for them, controlling pests without harmful chemicals, and plans for small space container gardens.



A Conversation With God and A Conversation With God For Women allows readers to have a one-on-one dialogue with God, Jesus and a biblical character as they respond to questions and concerns relevant to the Christian faith. Authors Alton Gansky and Marcia Ford address 55 of the most common and difficult questions facing people today. Each answer is based on scripture and written with the warmth and intimacy of a heavenly father relating to his child.



Filled with illuminating examples, stories from the field, and dozens of forms for drafting franchising agreements and licensing programs, the fourth edition of Franchising & Licensing by Andrew Sherman covers all the strategic, legal, financial and operational aspects of these complex but highly profitable business strategies. The book also incorporates up-to-the-minute information on regulations, global trademark laws, and more.