Finding Fire

Finding Fire Author : Lennox Hastie
Release : 2020-11-30
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ISBN : 9781743797327
File Size : 74.69 MB
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Finding Fire is a book about cooking with fire. Now with a new cover, it tells the story of how the UK-trained chef Lennox Hastie learnt the language of fire and the art of harnessing it. The book presents more than 80 recipes that celebrate the instinctive, focused cooking of ingredients at their simple best using one of the oldest, most fundamental cooking tools. In Finding Fire, Lennox explains the techniques behind creating a quality fire, and encourages readers to see wood as an essential seasoning that can be varied according to how it interacts with different ingredients. Recipes are divided by food type: seafood, vegetables, meat (including his acclaimed steak), fruit, dairy, wheat and bases. Alongside his recipes, Lennox tells of his journey from Michelin-star restaurants in the UK, France and Spain to Victor Arguinzoniz's Asador Etxebarri in the Basque mountains and, ultimately, to Australia to open his own restaurant, Firedoor. The result, is an uncompromising historical, cultural and culinary account of what it means to cook with fire. In 2020, Lennox's story was featured on the critically acclaimed Netflix series Chef's Table, in season seven, BBQ. As well, he stars in David Chang's Ugly Delicious season two episode on steak. .

Finding Fire With Tony De Mello

Finding Fire With Tony De Mello Author : John Callanan
Release : 2012-08-01
Publisher : Mercier Press Ltd
ISBN : 1856358542
File Size : 77.82 MB
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This book is an attempt to bring the vitality and energy of Anthony de Mello to as wide an audience as possible. Its themes include: Who was Tony de Mello? Why did his work create a stir among Christians? What is meditation? Callanan examines different types of meditation and fantasy prayer; styles of reflection that de Mello used with his audiences; getting life into focus; pain and failure in our lives. Like the work of de Mello himself, John Callanan's book is an attempt to give those who search, those who think and those who suffer some food for thought.

Finding God When the World's on Fire

Finding God When the World's on Fire Author : Charles R. Swindoll
Release : 2016-12-13
Publisher : Hachette UK
ISBN : 1683970098
File Size : 72.45 MB
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When the World Trade Center crumbled in 2001, it was only the beginning of a season of evil and unrest that continues to evolve every day. It would be hard not to be frightened when each news report is more terrifying than the last. In this newly revised and updated edition of his post 9/11 book Why, God?, Charles Swindoll points us to the great Scriptures and eternal truths that calm every fear. He encourages every heart to face whatever comes next. These words of faith and hope promise us strength and insight for difficult and even dangerous days. No matter what tomorrow brings, the Word of God will never waver.

Finding Our Fire - Enhancing Men's Connection to Heart, Passion and Strength

Finding Our Fire - Enhancing Men's Connection to Heart, Passion and Strength Author : Martin Brossman
Release : 2008-01
Publisher : Lulu.com
ISBN : 0615163858
File Size : 38.85 MB
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"Finding Our Fire" opens a window into a world that most people do not know exists. The frank and fascinating conversation about what it means to be a man serves as a mirror for both sexes to see family history in a new light or take a more enlightened look at a current relationship. This book is a virtual tool kit for resolving issues from the past and installing insight for creating a compelling and passionate future. Because without freedom from our past and clarity about our future, it is difficult to connect to the passion and fire of our life--and without that fire connection, a man either gives up his dreams or feels he has to dominate and control his environment.

Human-Computer Interaction. Ambient, Ubiquitous and Intelligent Interaction

Human-Computer Interaction. Ambient, Ubiquitous and Intelligent Interaction Author : Julie A. Jacko
Release : 2009-07-14
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN : 3642025803
File Size : 29.22 MB
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The 13th International Conference on Human–Computer Interaction, HCI Inter- tional 2009, was held in San Diego, California, USA, July 19–24, 2009, jointly with the Symposium on Human Interface (Japan) 2009, the 8th International Conference on Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics, the 5th International Conference on Universal Access in Human–Computer Interaction, the Third International Conf- ence on Virtual and Mixed Reality, the Third International Conference on Internati- alization, Design and Global Development, the Third International Conference on Online Communities and Social Computing, the 5th International Conference on Augmented Cognition, the Second International Conference on Digital Human Mod- ing, and the First International Conference on Human Centered Design. A total of 4,348 individuals from academia, research institutes, industry and g- ernmental agencies from 73 countries submitted contributions, and 1,397 papers that were judged to be of high scientific quality were included in the program. These papers address the latest research and development efforts and highlight the human aspects of the design and use of computing systems. The papers accepted for presen- tion thoroughly cover the entire field of human–computer interaction, addressing major advances in the knowledge and effective use of computers in a variety of app- cation areas.

Fire Test Performance

Fire Test Performance Author :
Release : 1970-01-01
Publisher : ASTM International
ISBN :
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Dragon's Fire

Dragon's Fire Author : Anne McCaffrey
Release : 2012-07-31
Publisher : Random House
ISBN : 1448127890
File Size : 45.62 MB
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When Masterharper Zist takes over as Harper for Natalon's coal-mining camp, he takes with him his apprentice, the orphaned, mute Pellar, and Pellar's fire-lizard Chitter. Pellar has become a gifted tracker and Zist gives him his own mission - to find out if the recent thefts of coal are the work of the Shunned, criminals condemned to a life of wandering and hardship. Halla is one of the children of the Shunned. Though innocent of their parents' crimes, these children have inherited their cruel punishment. With no shelter when the lethal Thread falls again they will have no protection against it. Life is even tougher for Halla, all her family are dead and she must fend for herself. Yet Halla is kind and gentle, devoted to helping those more helpless than she, unlike Tenim, a fellow child of the Shunned. Tenim is in league with Tarik, a crooked miner from Camp Natalon, who helps him steal coal in exchange for a cut of the profit. But Tenim soon realizes there is a lot more to be made from firestone, the volatile mineral that enables the dragons of Pern to burn Thread out of the sky. Tenim doesn't care what he has to do, or whom he has to kill, in order to corner the market. Cristov is Tarik's son. Dishonored by his father's greed and treachery, he decides he must make amends somehow... even if it means risking his life by mining the volatile firestone, which blows up at contact with the slightest drop of moisture. When the last remaining firestone mine explodes in flames, a desperate race begins to find a new deposit of the deadly but essential mineral, for without it there can be no defence against Thread. But Tenim has a murderous plan to turn the tragedy to his own advantage, and only Pellar, Halla and Cristov can stop him - and ensure that there will be a future for all on the world of the Dragonriders.

Characters, Tales and Tragedies In the Boston Fire Department

Characters, Tales and Tragedies In the Boston Fire Department Author : Richard Connelly
Release : 2014-08-29
Publisher : Outskirts Press
ISBN : 1478739754
File Size : 40.78 MB
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The characters and tales from the author’s 42 years with the BFD will be sure to hold your interest and put a smile on your face. There may just be a tear in your eye when you read about the tragedies he has seen over the years. It is written not only for the lay person, but the firefighter as well. You are sure to be entertained.

La. Bulletin

La. Bulletin Author :
Release : 1965
Publisher :
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File Size : 32.63 MB
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Antiaircraft Journal

Antiaircraft Journal Author :
Release : 1899
Publisher :
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File Size : 61.45 MB
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Firefighting Principles and Practices

Firefighting Principles and Practices Author : William E. Clark
Release : 1991-01-01
Publisher : PennWell Books
ISBN : 0878149201
File Size : 44.41 MB
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This classic look at the basics of firefighting provides up-to-date information on firefighting operations beginning with fire behavior and on through to fundamental approaches, strategy, coordination, and tactics of safe fireground activities. The book also discusses operational procedures of ladder and engine companies, along with preplanning routines that departments should follow, and finishes with a look at common fires, along with fires that could require special attention, including the “Big One.”

Bulletin

Bulletin Author :
Release : 1967
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File Size : 82.60 MB
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Finding Your Chicago Ancestors

Finding Your Chicago Ancestors Author : Grace Dumelle
Release : 2005
Publisher : Lake Claremont Press
ISBN : 9781893121256
File Size : 83.71 MB
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An easy-to-use reference guide focuses on the questions beginner researchers frequently ask and offers research tips to trace family members who came to the "City of Big Shoulders."

World Fire

World Fire Author : Stephen J. Pyne
Release : 2015-01-01
Publisher : University of Washington Press
ISBN : 0295805242
File Size : 81.57 MB
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Back in PrintWorld Fire is the story of how fire and humans have coevolved. The two are inseparable, and together they have repeatedly remade the planet.�Pyne considers the evolution of fire in such diverse regions as Australia, Africa, Brazil, Sweden, Greece, Iberia, Russia, and India and then ponders Antarctica, the land without fire. As he examines changing techniques for and attitudes toward fire control, Pyne challenges our concepts of nature and wilderness and explains why the study and management of fire have tremendous environmental, cultural, and political implications.��Booklist�A sweeping historical treatise that examines our world�s love/hate relationship with conflagration. His engrossing ideas leave bright embers in the memory.��Outside