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A Celebration of English Wine by Liz Sagues
The Teaching Dog: Partnering With Dogs for Instruction, Socialization and Demonstration in Your Training Practice by Nicole Larocco-Skeehan
Lucy Lethbridge, “Mind Your Manors: Tried-and-True British Household Cleaning Tips”
The Expat Kitchen: A Cookbook for The Global Pinoy by Blanche David-Gallardo
Hello Color: 25 Bright Ideas for DIY Decor by Rachel Mae Smith

A Celebration of English Wine by Liz Sagues

English | March 26th, 2018 | ASIN: B078HPR987, ISBN: 0719826144 | 179 Pages | EPUB | 105.28 MB

English wine has greatly changed in recent years. Royalty and heads of government drink it and pour it for foreign dignitaries, and it is sold to some thirty wine-drinking nations and even beats champagne in blind tasting challenges. Its main grape varieties are major international names and its makers are skilled professionals. From a largely amateur-instigated cottage industry it has become an increasingly serious, quality-led commercial proposition – one that regularly makes news at home and abroad.
This book explains why and how that has come about, telling the story of winemaking in England from the Romans to the present era. Most of all, it celebrates the wine itself and the people who make it. Its pages take readers on a virtual tour of many of the UK’s most significant vineyards, long established or comparatively new, in the southern heartland of vine growing, on the western and northern fringes or at points in between. The reader will meet men and women whose expertise, character and belief have created wines of which all Britons can be truly proud. Foreword by Oz Clarke. Superbly illustrated with colour photographs throughout.

The Teaching Dog: Partnering With Dogs for Instruction, Socialization and Demonstration in Your Training Practice by Nicole Larocco-Skeehan

2018 | ISBN: 1617812145 | English | 112 pages | PDF | 7 MB

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The concept of using dogs as teaching aides is gaining popularity among trainers worldwide. A ‘Teaching Dog’ can be used to demonstrate behaviors, work to socialize puppies and even help out in reactive dog classes. Trainer and author Nicole Larocco-Skeehan’s new book is the first to explore all aspects of what trainers need to know about using teaching dogs to make the job of learning new behaviors and problem solving easier for both human and canine clients including the roles they can play as well as the types and breeds that work best for the tasks you want them to do.

Lucy Lethbridge, “Mind Your Manors: Tried-and-True British Household Cleaning Tips”

ASIN: B01693MBCG, ISBN: 0393249484 | 2016 | AZW3 | 128 pages | 5 MB

The author of Servants tells us what made British households, of all sizes, shine.
British estates were known to be the epitome of cleanliness with their white-glove perfection. Through her meticulous research on servants, Lucy Lethbridge gleaned much knowledge about how these homes were made to gleam over almost two centuries, from the Victorian through the Edwardian years and beyond. The majority of household tasks were done with basic ingredients like lemon juice, white vinegar, and bicarbonate of soda, which feel very modern in their display of frugality and ecological soundness. Tea leaves were used to freshen up rugs and stewed rhubarb to remove rust stains. Here, Lethbridge reveals these old-fashioned and almost-forgotten techniques that made British households sparkle before the use of complicated contraptions and a spray for every surface. A treasury of advice from servants’ memoirs and housekeeping guides, and illustrated with charming art from period advertising and domestic classics, Mind Your Manors is the perfect book for all those who want to put time-tested cleaning methods to work.

The Expat Kitchen: A Cookbook for The Global Pinoy by Blanche David-Gallardo

English | November 15th, 2017 | ASIN: B01MY064IQ, ISBN: 621420074X | 432 Pages | EPUB | 2.99 MB

The Expat Kitchen is a practical cookbook for a range of culinary expertise, from the novice to the knowledgeable cook, from the career woman/man with little time to spare for food preparation, to the skilled and consummate cook who will happily slave over a hot stove for hours preparing the perfect meal for friends and family, to the simple housewife looking to perk up the appetite of picky eaters in the family.
Above all, it reflects and offers a cosmopolitan view of Filipino food and the Filipino palate, consistent with the changing tastes and lifestyles of today’s widely-traveled and well-informed Filipino.

Hello Color: 25 Bright Ideas for DIY Decor by Rachel Mae Smith

English | May 1st, 2018 | ASIN: B0738KV63N, ISBN: 1683690176 | 176 Pages | EPUB | 66.80 MB

Rachel Mae Smith gives beginning crafters 25 easy and fun home decor projects to liven up your life and make your home space vibrant.
Whether she’s writing for her blog, snapping pictures for Instagram, or just living her life, Rachel Mae Smith is all about the simple joys of handmaking and bringing brightness to everything. And now beginning crafters, aspirational DIYers, and dorm dwellers can, too! Rachel shares her colorful signature style in each simple and fun step-by-step project like Dip-Dyed Napkins, Pom-Pom Votive Candle Holders, and Geometric Patterned Pillows. Helpful sidebars on decorating, like Staging a Beautiful Bookcase and building Bar Carts for Beginners, give you ideas for perking up pre-fab accessories so that any space can look colorful. Plus how-tos on working with specific materials, ideas for entertaining, and—of course—a guide to shooting pictures. And as a special bonus, tear-out posters in the back make it easy for you to decorate your walls in a snap!

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