Biscuit, everyone’s favorite little yellow puppy, stars in a five-book I Can Read box-set with a handle and Velcro closure—perfect for fans of Clifford and Spot. Five fun-filled Biscuit My First I Can Read stories are now all together in one portable collection. Whether he’s playing with his favorite ball, helping feed pets, or visiting his local library—this puppy is always up for an adventure! Now young readers can take these tail-wagging adventures with them wherever they go. The books include d are: Biscuit Biscuit Plays Ball Biscuit Goes Camping Biscuit Feeds the Pets Biscuit Loves the Library
Now young readers can take these tail-wagging adventures with them wherever they go. The books include d are: Biscuit Biscuit Plays Ball Biscuit Goes Camping Biscuit Feeds the Pets Biscuit Loves the Library
Author: Alyssa Satin Capucilli
Category: Juvenile Fiction
After three weeks of Saturday harvesting and lots of brown bags and bounty cash to the children well spent, our neighbors decided to find another place to walk their dogs...on our other neighbor's lawn! But thinking the neighbor trouble ...
Author: Myartisansway Press
Publisher: Sandra Hart
Category: Family & Relationships
Frustrated with the same old, tired and overpriced offerings of dog treats from your local pet specialty store? Not too sure about how healthy and organic the ingredients really are? Then your prayers are answered with "Bones, Biscuits, Cookies, and Other Delights for Your Pooch". Make your own fresh and healthy organic dog treats in your home for a fraction of the cost. Your dog will thank you!!
One he or she tries these out and word spreads in your neighborhood, don't be surprised if your doorstep is occupied by the neighborhood pack. Multi-Grain Cheese Biscuits Ingredients 1C dry oats 1/4C margarine 1 1/2C hot water 1/2C ...
Author: craig m. sampson
The Flying Biscuit Cafe Cookbook is the long awaited second cookbook from Atlanta's immensely popular Flying Biscuit Cafe, consistently hailed as one of Atlanta's top ten restaurants since it opened its doors in 1993. Brimming with one of a kind recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and of course -flying biscuits- it's the only cookbook you need to get to the heart of authentic Southern comfort food.
The Flying Biscuit is everyone's neighborhood . Now enjoy the heart and soul of this special place in these recipes . Bring the community to your table . Make a ruckus , laugh loud , and dream big . Anything is possible — but you know ...
Author: Delia Champion
Publisher: Gibbs Smith
Over 185 original recipes for Biscotti, Scones, Brownies, Pastries, Pies, Cheesecakes, Pizzas, Breads and more from Master Baker and Cookbook author, Marcy Goldman of famed BetterBaking Website. Over 150,000 books sold, in print, now in digital format, this book also includes blue-ribbon, chef’s best kept secret tips. FREE BONUS of 4 months of Betterbaking.com Recipe Archive Access with Purchase.
Giant Sweet Cheddar Biscuits Makes 5 to 7 large biscuits Neighborhood cafés offer unique items to enjoy with coffee. One of the coffeehouses I frequent offers these rather flat biscuits they call scones, which are actually golden and ...
Author: Marcy Goldman
Publisher: marcy goldman
The Neighborhoods Child is a book of poems and verse from Peggys childhood memories growing up in the Historic Upton Community of Baltimore.
Fried Eggs, Biscuits And Bacon The morning light Begins to creep Through my eyes I turn my face to the pillow Trying not to awake Pots and pans a clanging Coffee smells Fried eggs, biscuits and bacon Oh what a day this is going to be I ...
Author: Peggy Seeney Caranda
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
This book won the 2007 AESA (American Educational Studies Association) Critics Choice Award. From «Nigger, Nigger, Black as Tar, Won't Go to Heaven in a Motor Car» to «They're Not Ready Yet,» this book breathes life into an often-abandoned, rural Black family story. This book illuminates a struggle and hope for education in Southern desegregated grade schools and illustrates school experiences from multiple generations within three Black families as it introduces Black family pedagogy «of roots and wings» - keys to survival and success at a crossroads of law, tradition, and transition. Black Hands in the Biscuits Not in the Classrooms is a must read for lifelong students of education, sociology, public policy, and history.
Oral history is a dialogical encounter based on rapport between the interviewer and the narrator . At best , it can support healing , reconciliation , and development within the cultural community ( Clark , 2002 , p . 94 ) . 3.
Author: Sherick A. Hughes
Publisher: Peter Lang
As the owner of Mahalia’s Sweet Tea, Halia Watkins is famous in Maryland’s Prince George’s County for her down-home cuisine. But when she has the chance to showcase her talents on national TV, she becomes the star of a murder mystery that’s too hot to handle! When Halia is invited to serve as a guest judge on the popular cooking competition show Elite Chef, she’s delighted to add some extra flavor to the mix. But as filming ramps up in Washington D.C., there are too many fiery personalities in the kitchen. Halia discovers that pulling off her small screen debut unscathed means contending with a longtime competing restaurant owner, an infamously crass hospitality mogul, and a group of cutthroat contestants vying for culinary glory . . . The competition sizzles with only a few finalists left standing—and goes cold when the gorgeous young frontrunner is found dead. As murder accusations are slathered over a recently eliminated contestant, Halia, with some bungling assistance from her wise-cracking cousin Wavonne slides into an investigation of their own. A little snooping reveals the victim burned lots of bridges, leaving a slew of alleged affairs and stolen recipes in her wake. With a fast-rising list of potential suspects, Halia must sort through mindboggling clues to fry the flaky culprit before someone else gets baked to a crisp . . .
“Maybe Twyla and I can see what the Neighborhood Record Store section is about.” “Girl,” Wavonne says as we stride into the area celebrating all things stage and screen. “They have the costumes from The Wiz. I auditioned to play Dorothy ...
Author: A.L. Herbert
Publisher: Kensington Cozies
Former magazine editor “Sugar” Calloway’s life has taken a delicious twist since she launched a community cookbook publishing business with blue-ribbon baker Dixie Spicer. Now these amateur sleuths must solve a small-town murder—without getting burned . . Sugar and Spice Cookbooks’ newest project is a fundraiser organized by the St. Ignatius Crack of Dawn Breakfast Club, famous for their all-you-can-eat biscuits and gravy events. But when a group member is found dead, Sugar and Spice’s priorities change from raising dough to figuring out who put murder on the menu. The return of former badboy Nick Marchant has stirred the town’s gossips too. Add a few grudges and some old-fashioned greed over a land deal into the mix, and it’s a recipe for mayhem. And when someone serves up a second helping of murder, Sugar and Spice need to sift the guilty from the blameless, or their next breakfast may be their last . . . * Includes delicious recipes! *
Up to something bigger, something better, something in a nicer neighborhood. Still, I'd never call any of those places “homey.” Enough wallowing in the past, Sugar Calloway. Don't let yesterday eat up today. If you guessed Aunt Cricket ...
Author: Mary Lee Ashford
Publisher: Lyrical Press
A dramatic and compelling story of friendship, family, and one woman's plight; in her search for self love, truth, understanding, and her unmitigated gall to attempt to change the course of history as she knew it. Cadence takes a painful but necessary journey, through the contents of her marital relationship, and the involvement of the women in her ancestral life line who suffered through seemingly similar adversities, as it relates to the significance of the number seven. She struggles with the basis of how and why they all found themselves trapped in cruel and loveless circumstances despite their efforts; how they sacraficed their dreams, aspirations, and even their sanity, for the men whom they'd loved, but for reasons beyond a larger scope, could never love them back.
Their business temperament was professional and everyone in the neighborhood respected them. Cadence took off for Sam's store about noon, as she always did on a hot summer day. It felt like a hundred and seven degrees out.
Author: Bethel Bates