The bestselling duo are back with 1OO more simple, delicious and slimming recipes that are sure to be loved by everyone in the family and won’t blow your shopping budget! When Gina and Karol set out to lose weight, they wanted to create recipes that everyone in their busy home could enjoy, whether they were keeping an eye on their waistline or not. From breakfast inspiration like Italian Baked Eggs to speedy midweek meals like Crispy Beef Tacos and Buttermilk Chicken Burgers, and from slow-cooker and air-fryer favourites to recipes that kids can cook themselves, every dish is packed full of Gina and Karol’s trademark bold flavours. This book is all about creating comforting food that is big on taste but easy on the waist – and on the wallet!
Gina and Karol Daly are back with more food that looks so decadent, you’ll find it hard to believe it can help you achieve your slimming goals. Compatible with the principles of many popular diet programmes, their quick and easy recipes will have you looking forward to dinner every night and looking forward to weighing in on the scales too! Discover the bold, audacious, delicious food in this cookbook &ndash from burgers and curries to soups, sambos, pasta and pizza. Perfect for anyone who wants to enjoy the fun in food while keeping things on the healthier side.
In this food blog book I will be sharing with you my first six weeks of food blogging. Starting with showing you how to start a food blog, to my blogging diary, to my resources for food bloggers, our first income and traffic report and an extensive behind the scenes look at the first six weeks of food blogging. This is your opportunity to watch over the shoulder of an expert as she shows you how food blogging should be done and how you can bypass a lot of things that are not necessary. This story is also told by Samantha who has been an internet marketing expert for 10 hours and Dominic who has had more than 10 years work experience in the food industry as a chef. If you're serious about taking up food blogging then I suggest you have a good read through this ebook.
On 9th August 2001, twenty-two days after Jeffrey Archer was sentenced to four years in prison for perjury, he was transferred from HMP Belmarsh, a double-A Category high-security prison in south London, to HMP Wayland, a Category C establishment in Norfolk. He served sixty-seven days in Wayland and during that time, as this account testifies, encountered not only the daily degradations of a dangerously over-stretched prison service, but the spirit and courage of his fellow inmates . . . Prison Diary Volume II: Purgatory is an extraordinary work of non-fiction, where Jeffrey Archer reveals what life is like inside the walls of Britain's prisons.
A gifted Romany Gypsy shares tales of the psychic readings she has foretold over five decades. These date back to 1959 where, in her home town in Bulgaria, aged just 10 years old, she first discovers her gift, with tragic consequences. Her family's Romany roots date back to the early twelfth century where tales of sorcery and witchcraft precede them. But Lavinia is different. She discovers that her sacred heart is unique and renders her fearless, playful, rare and true. Her nomadic lifestyle serves her well. But for the first six weeks of her life, she solely bonds with her Mother and is isolated from adult men. After this period of time, she is then considered to be innocent of defilement, shame or social responsibility. This is the way of the gypsy. The power of a full moon has a profound effect on Lavinia's emotions and, as her gift develops, she embraces a divine spirituality beyond her own imagination.
Do black women go through midlife crises? Shelby Freeman's not sure, but the African-American wife and stepmom feels fat and is about to turn forty, and the itch from her seven-year marriage has developed into an irritating rash.Bored with life in the sterile confines of extreme suburbia, she turns to journaling to sort through her mixed emotions about marriage, monogamy, career, and the elusive quest for motherhood. Soon, Shelby gets more excitement than she can handle when her journal entries, including her steamy fantasies about a sexy, younger coworker, start to mysteriously appear on the Internet.Told entirely through journal entries, Shelby's life goes from an 'aging nice girl nobody" tucked sleepily away in the burbs to a 'fugitive from my own life," as she goes on the lam from the media onslaught, an angry husband, irate coworkers, family and friends, and 'journal junkies" who log on by the millions to take a peek inside her diary and her life.
The term "blog" was coined in 1997. Less than 10 years later there were over 150 million blogs. How did that happen? Who is responsible for their development? This book explores the role innovation and innovators had in the development of blogs.
This is a most unusual chronicle of the events of one man during the Great War. A professional soldier at the outbreak, Edward Roe was one of the first to cross over to France in 1914 and as such fought in the early battles of the war and took part in the Retreat from Mons. He was there for the crossing of the Marne and Aisne, the dreadful fighting at Ploegsteert and for the extraordinary events during the first Christmas.Remarkably he witnessed the debacle at Gallipoli and was part of the rear-guard of the Army during the re-embarkation and evacuation of the Peninsula. Thereafter the scene shifts to Mesopotania and the Tigris Corps in the attempt to relieve General Townshend at Kut. Wounded he returned for the final campaign that captured Baghdad.