New Titles for MOSE Lifelong Learning

March 8, 2013

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Cast-iron Cooking with Sisters on the Fly
Rawlings, Irene
From the road-warrior band of Sisters on the Fly, heirloom and contemporary recipes that are simple to shop for and prepare on the road, for the backyard grill, or in the kitchen, using cast iron cookware. Includes engaging stories, recipes, and action photos of the SOTF in their homes and out on the range in their trailer caravans.
The Complete Cat Breed Book
Dorling Kindersley, Inc. (COR)
Combining cat breeds, behavior, and training tips in one easy volume, The Complete Cat Breed Book is an essential reference to the basics of choosing and looking after a cat.
Old-School Comfort Food: The Way I Learned to Cook
Guarnaschelli, Alex
Alex Guarnaschelli grew up in a home suffused with a love of cooking, where soufflés and cheeseburgers were equally revered. The daughter of a respected cookbook editor and a Chinese cooking enthusiast, Alex developed a passion for food at a young age, sealing her professional fate. “Old-School Comfort Food” shares her journey from waist-high taste-tester to trained chef who now adores spending time in the kitchen with her daughter, along with the 100 recipes for how she learned to cook–and the way she still loves to eat.
Paradise Lot: Two Plant Geeks, One-Tenth of an Acre, and The Making of an Edible Garden Oasis In The City
Toensmeier, Eric
Packed full of detailed, useful info about designing a productive permaculture garden, this title is also a funny & charming story of 2 single guys, both plant nerds, with a wild plan: to realize the garden of their dreams & meet women to share it with.
Plum: Gratifying Vegan Dishes from Seattle’s Plum Bistro
Howell, Makini
The chef from Seattle’s Plum Bistro shares her passionate views on using organic, non-GMO seasonal ingredients as part of a vegan lifestyle, outlining her philosophies about sustainable business ownership while sharing a variety of recipes that focus on wholesome and nutritious eating.
Scatter, Adapt, and Remember: How Humans Will Survive a Mass Extinction
Newitz, Annalee
A speculative, optimistic work of popular science suggests practical ways to promote the human race’s survival of a mass extinction induced by climate change, pandemics and catastrophic natural disasters, citing innovations ranging from the bacteria labs of St. Louis to the underground cities of central Turkey.
Posted by Jenifer Brown

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