Gelato Messina: The Recipes by Nick Palumbo

Gelato Messina: The Recipes by Nick Palumbo
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 5MB
Overview: Gelato Messina is beautifully illustrated and fully photographic, filled with recipes to make any ice cream or gelato lover swoon. The book provides detailed instructions for creating the best possible gelato, with a comprehensive ‘basics’ section, covering core ingredients, balancing and composition, and equipment and method, which will radically change the way you think about making gelato. The recipes – which include instructions for both domestic and professional methods – feature gelatos made from traditional cream, yogurt or dairy-free fruit bases, with flavors ranging from the more traditional to the playful and innovative. Try dulce de leche, pear and rhubarb, poached figs in masala or salted caramel and white chocolate, or their more inventive creations such as Elvis the fat years, a peanut butter and jelly fusion.

From the meticulous roasting and endless grind of pistachios, to the baking of their own apple pies and brownies, or to the sweet smell of stewed spiced rhubarb, absolutely everything is made lovingly inhouse by a little team of mad professors. By using real ingredients, they achieve full bodied texture and flavor in all Gelato Messina gelato. The dairy flavors have low fat content, and the sorbets are completely fat free, dairy free and full of fruit.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Food & Drink

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Monster Files by Nick Redfern

Monster Files: A Look Inside Government Secrets and Classified Documents on Bizarre Creatures and Extraordinary Animals by Nick Redfern
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 1.2 Mb
Overview: Does the Pentagon have the body of Bigfoot on ice?
What is the U.S. military hiding from us about lake monsters?
What is the link between the CIA and the abominable snowman?
Why is there a British government file on sea serpents?
What do the Russians know about animal ESP?
For decades there have been persistent rumors, tales, and legends that government agencies all around the world have been secretly collecting and studying data on bizarre beasts, amazing animals, and strange
creatures.
Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, sea serpents, psychic pets, the chupacabras, and the abominable snowman have all attracted official, classified interest.
Now, for the first time, the full, fearsome facts are finally revealed in Nick Redfern’s Monster Files.
You’ll discover all the amazing cryptozoological truths, conspiracies, and cover-ups behind the secret studies by the Pentagon, the Kremlin, and the British military, among many others.
Despite what your parents might have told you when you were a child, monsters, creepy creatures, and terrifying beasts really do exist. And our governments know all about them.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Dan Kennedy & Nick Nanton – Living Legend Formula

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Rogue Trader by Nick Leeson

Rogue Trader by Nick Leeson
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 3.8 Mb
Overview: When Leeson was arrested in 1995 for bringing Barings Bank to its knees, it initially seemed as if he had single-handedly crushed the company. Indeed, it was he alone who found himself in the dark confines of a Singapore jail, from where he wrote Rogue Trader. Now updated for the twentieth anniversary of the collapse of Barings, this is his story of a broken system; of a cast of characters blind to anything but profits – whatever the cost.

Leeson’s tale of boom and bust is an important reminder of the immense power the banking system held and, worryingly, still holds.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Sushi Master by Nick Sakagami

Sushi Master: An expert guide to sourcing, making and enjoying sushi at home by Nick Sakagami
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 27.2 MB
Overview: Learn to make sushi at home with lessons from the masters.

Nick Sakagami, the only person outside of Japan to earn the designation osakana meister, introduces the fundamentals of sushi, starting with the fish. Photography from Tokyo’s Tsukiji fish market offers an inside look at where most of our tuna comes from, and a deep dive into the tools, techniques, and etiquette of sushi ensure you’ll never look at a California roll the same way again.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Food & Drink

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The Origami Bible by Nick Robinson

The Origami Bible by Nick Robinson
Requirements: .PDF reader, 175,9 MB
Overview: In this guide, author Nick Robinson focuses on mastery of the intricate technique of origami, easily showing readers how designs are created, the creative process involved, and how existing works can be adapted into new designs. Readers will learn the spectrum of skills needed for the art form, from choosing the right paper to building 12-fold designs or 24-fold models. With step-by-step instructions, along with a helpful flip-out back flap that provides a key to symbols used in the book, The Origami Bible is packed with projects, including CD cases and hats, elephants and tadpoles. It is the essential resource for all origami enthusiasts, whether complete beginners or intermediate and advanced artists.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Wild and Crazy Guys by Nick de Semlyen

Wild and Crazy Guys: How the Comedy Mavericks of the ’80s Changed Hollywood Forever by Nick de Semlyen
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 43.5 MB
Overview: The behind-the-scenes story of the iconic funnymen who ruled ’80s Hollywood-Bill Murray, Steve Martin, Chevy Chase, John Belushi, Dan Aykroyd, and Eddie Murphy-and the beloved films that made them stars, including Animal House, Caddyshack, and Ghostbusters

“An enjoyable romp that vividly captures the manic ups and downs of the remarkable group of funny folk who gave us a golden age of small and big screen comedy, from SNL to Groundhog Day.”-Peter Biskind, author of Easy Riders, Raging Bulls

Wild and Crazy Guys opens in 1978 with Chevy Chase and Bill Murray taking bad-tempered swings at each other backstage at Saturday Night Live, and closes 21 years later with the two doing a skit in the same venue, poking fun at each other, their illustrious careers, triumphs and prat falls. In between, Nick de Semlyen takes us on a trip through the tumultuous ’80s, delving behind the scenes of movies such as National Lampoon’s Vacation, Beverly Hills Cop, The Blues Brothers, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, and dozens more. Chronicling the off-screen, larger-than-life antics of Bill Murray, Chevy Chase, Steve Martin, Dan Aykroyd, Eddie Murphy, John Belushi, John Candy, and Rick Moranis, it’s got drugs, sex, punch-ups, webbed toes, and Bill Murray being pushed into a swimming pool by Hunter S. Thompson while tied to a lawn chair. What’s not to like?
Genre: Non-Fiction > General Humor & Entertainment

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Chemical Chaos by Nick Arnold, Tony De Saulles

Chemical Chaos (Horrible Science) by Nick Arnold, Tony De Saulles
Requirements: .PDF reader, 15,8 mb
Overview: What makes a stink bomb stink? Why aren’t glass eyes made of glass? Bubbling over with chaotic chemistry facts, this book also reveals the secrets of some very strange scientists, offers experiments to try at home, and much more.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Nick Torson & Max Sylvestre – Quit 9 To 5 Academy[reduced]

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Chroma by Nick Fancher

Chroma: A Photographer’s Guide to Lighting with Color by Nick Fancher
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 26.4MB
Overview: Learning to work with light is an important milestone in every photographer’s career, and the ability to craft light to fit your vision for an image is a skill that cannot be overrated. Most often, that crafting of light is spoken of in terms of the quality and quantity of light. But there is an important, third component of light that heavily influences the final look of the image: the color of light. In Chroma: A Photographer’s Guide to Lighting with Color, photographer Nick Fancher helps you elevate your game when it comes to introducing the bold, creative, and intentional use of color into your work. Whether you’re using a high-powered strobe or a small hotshoe flash, Chroma is for you. Nick begins with a discussion of color theory, gels, and white balance, then examines how to determine which colors complement your subject matter (whether that’s people or products). He moves on to cover topics such as:
Balancing, mixing, and overpowering ambient light with artificial light Layering colors for unique color combinations Mixing hard and soft light to achieve extremely rich color Lighting detail and texture Modifier options, such as ring flash, snoots, barn doors, softboxes, and filters Gobos to control the light Post-processing for vibrant, powerful colors How (and why) to light with color, even when the end goal is a black and white image Illustrated throughout with innovative and expressive imagery, Chroma also includes behind-the-scenes photos, lighting diagrams, and Lightroom settings so you can follow along from the initial concept through to the final edit.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Immigrate to Canada by way of Nick Noorani, Catherine A. Sas

Immigrate to Canada: A Practical Guide (Newcomers) by way of Nick Noorani, Catherine A. Sas
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 2.eight MB
Overview: Canada is among the international’s maximum welcoming nations, a quite new land constructed by way of immigration with one of the most sensible towns by which to reside. But how do you flip your goals out of the country into truth in Canada? This guide, a part of the Canadian Newcomers sequence, will provide you with the crucial benefit in figuring out methods to get ready to return to Canada. It displays you methods to navigate the federal government maze and the way to verify your forms is so as. And it supplies insights from its skilled authors on what to anticipate to your adventure.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Can You Hear Me? through Nick Morgan

Can You Hear Me?: How to Connect with People in a Virtual World through Nick Morgan
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 455 KB
Overview: Hello? Are you there? Can you pay attention me?

Communicating just about is cool, helpful, and ubiquitous. But on every occasion there is a glitch with the era or a message is unclear, we are reminded that the standard of human connection we revel in in lots of kinds of digital communique is terrible. We’ve all felt disconnected and bored in a video convention, annoyed that we are not getting via at the telephone, or dissatisfied when our e-mail is improperly misinterpreted. The fact is, digital communique breeds false impression as it deprives us of the emotional wisdom that is helping us perceive context.

How are we able to repair this? In this robust, sensible e-book, communique professional Nick Morgan outlines 5 large issues of communique within the digital world–lack of comments, loss of empathy, loss of keep an eye on, loss of emotion, and loss of connection and commitment–sharply highlighting what’s misplaced in our accelerating shift to a extra digital global.

And he supplies a transparent trail ahead for serving to us attach higher with others. Morgan argues that whilst digital communique won’t ever be as wealthy or intuitive as a face-to-face assembly, fresh analysis means that what’s going to help–and what we want to learn–is to consciously ship a complete set of cues, each verbal and nonverbal, that we used to ship unconsciously within the pre-virtual technology. He explains and guides us via this vital procedure, offering laws for digital comments, an empathy overview and digital temperature test, pointers for growing consider in a digital context, and recommendation for particular virtual channels reminiscent of e-mail and textual content, the convention name, Skype, and extra.

Whether you might be an entrepreneur, an unbiased skilled, or a supervisor in a company that has a couple of place of business or shoppers who don’t seem to be within sight, Can You Hear Me? is your very important communications guide for twenty-first-century paintings.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Can You Hear Me? by way of Nick Morgan

Can You Hear Me?: How to Connect with People in a Virtual World by way of Nick Morgan
Requirements: .ePUB reader, 455 KB
Overview: Hello? Are you there? Can you pay attention me?

Communicating just about is cool, helpful, and ubiquitous. But every time there is a glitch with the generation or a message is unclear, we are reminded that the standard of human connection we enjoy in lots of kinds of digital verbal exchange is terrible. We’ve all felt disconnected and bored in a video convention, annoyed that we are not getting thru at the telephone, or dissatisfied when our e-mail is improperly misinterpreted. The fact is, digital verbal exchange breeds false impression as it deprives us of the emotional wisdom that is helping us perceive context.

How are we able to repair this? In this robust, sensible e-book, verbal exchange skilled Nick Morgan outlines 5 giant issues of verbal exchange within the digital world–lack of comments, loss of empathy, loss of keep an eye on, loss of emotion, and loss of connection and commitment–sharply highlighting what’s misplaced in our accelerating shift to a extra digital international.

And he supplies a transparent trail ahead for serving to us attach higher with others. Morgan argues that whilst digital verbal exchange won’t ever be as wealthy or intuitive as a face-to-face assembly, contemporary analysis means that what is going to help–and what we want to learn–is to consciously ship a complete set of cues, each verbal and nonverbal, that we used to ship unconsciously within the pre-virtual technology. He explains and guides us thru this vital procedure, offering laws for digital comments, an empathy overview and digital temperature test, pointers for growing consider in a digital context, and recommendation for particular virtual channels similar to e-mail and textual content, the convention name, Skype, and extra.

Whether you might be an entrepreneur, an unbiased skilled, or a supervisor in a company that has a couple of place of business or consumers who don’t seem to be within sight, Can You Hear Me? is your very important communications handbook for twenty-first-century paintings.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General

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Nick Cutter – Collection

Nick Cutter – Collection

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