365 Ways to Cook Chicken: Simply the Best Chicken Recipes You'll Find Anywhere!
365 Ways to Cook Chicken: Simply the Best
Low in fat and cholesterol, nutritious and inexpensive, chicken is the meat of choice for legions of diet-conscious, budget-conscious, and taste-conscious Americans. 365 Ways to Cook Chicken provides you with tempting, mouthwatering recipes for every occasion, every season, every cook, and every day.Baked, fried, barbecued, stewed, roasted—you name your favorite chicken dish, it's here.Simple one-dish casseroles are perfect for midweek family meals, while tasty appetizers and elegant roasts promise to impress any dinner party guests.Whether your tastes run to Buffalo's famous chicken wings or to gumbos with a Cajun kick, from subtle to saucy, you will find scores of dishes to tickle your fancy.Here's a poultry classic—with almost a million copies sold.
- ASIN: 0060578890
Sovereign (Matthew Shardlake Mysteries, No. 3)
Sovereign (Matthew Shardlake Mysteries, No.
When Henry VIII sets out to quell rebellion in the north and transport a dangerous conspirator back to London for questioning, lawyer Matthew Shardlake finds himself investigating the murder of a local glazier with unsettling ties to the royal family, a case during which he discovers a cache of secret papers that throw the royal line's legitimacy into question. By the author of Dissolution.
- Brand: Viking
- ASIN: 0670038318
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Fist Of The North Star Master Edition Volume 7 by Buronson (2003-12-09)
The Courage To Be Catholic: Crisis, Reform, And The Future Of The Church
The Courage To Be Catholic: Crisis, Reform, And
The Catholic Church in America is in a state of crisis. Yet few understand what the crisis really is, why it happened, or how the Church must respond to it. As no other commentator or critic has done, George Weigel situates the current crisis of sexual abuse and episcopal malfeasance in the context of recent Catholic history. With honesty and critical rigor, he reveals the Church's failure to embrace the true spiritual promise of Vatican II, a failure that has resulted in the gradual but steady surrender to liberal culture that he dubs "Catholic Lite." Drawing upon his unparalleled knowledge of how the Church works, both in America and in Rome, Weigel exposes the patterns of dissent and self-deception that became entrenched in seminaries, among priests, and ultimately among the bishops who failed their flock by thinking like managers instead of apostles. But, Weigel reminds us, in the Biblical world a "crisis" is a time of great opportunity, an invitation to deeper faith. Every great crisis of the Church's past, from the Dark Ages to the Reformation, has resulted in a period of reform that returned the Church-and its priesthood-to its roots. Weigel sets forth an agenda for genuine reform that challenges seminarians, priests, bishops, and the laity to lead more integrally Catholic...
- Brand: Basic Books
- ASIN: 0465092608