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150 Summer Soups : The Only Compendium of Summer Soups You'll Ever Need

In summertime, the'living is easy'and making a delicious soup is, too. Check out 150 Summer Soups for a bounty of mouthwatering soups that are perfect for warm weather, from sophisticated starters like provencal soup and fava bean and sugar snap soup, to cooled and chilled soups like iced carrot and orange soup, and vichyssoise, to a hot and spicy favorite like crab and sweetcorn chowder, this compendium has an array of healthy, tempting soups to satisfy every palate. Also included are smooth and creamy soups, soups with fruity flavors, meals in a bowl, and soups with asian flavors, all drawn from the popular'500'series of cookbooks. You'll find fresh twists on classic recipes, like summer minestrone, as well as creative combinations, like almond and garlic soup with fresh grapes. Featuring full-color photography throughout, 150 Summer Soups also contains soups for people on vegetarian, vegan, or gluten-free diets. These delectable recipes will have you saying'Soup's on!'

Marjorie Worster Thibodeau, Arthur Taylor: Once Upon a Summer

Once Upon a Summer is a book about a genuine friendship between a city girl from Philadelphia and a Passamaquoddy Indian girl from the coast of Maine. They share many adventures together and meet plenty of interesting characters. In 1889 Wilhelmina Tuckerman and her family were on their way to Mount Desert Island where Samuel Tuckerman had insisted the family go instead of the Berkshires. As the summer unfolds, Wilhelmina meets Emma, a young Indian girl, and they share many adventures. Their friendship strengthens when they go on a fishing trip to Greenville with Wilhelmina's father and Emma's Pa and Uncle Johnny.
Doug Bradley, Craig Werner: We Gotta Get Out of This Place : The Soundtrack of the Vietnam War

For a Kentucky rifleman who spent his tour trudging through Vietnam's Central Highlands, it was Nancy Sinatra's'These Boots Are Made for Walkin'.'For a'tunnel rat'who blew smoke into the Viet Cong's underground tunnels, it was Jimi Hendrix's'Purple Haze.'For a black marine distraught over the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., it was Aretha Franklin's'Chain of Fools.'And for countless other Vietnam vets, it was'I Feel Like I'm Fixin'to Die,''Who'll Stop the Rain,'or the song that gives this book its title.In We Gotta Get Out of This Place, Doug Bradley and Craig Werner place popular music at the heart of the American experience in Vietnam. They explore how and why U.S. troops turned to music as a way of connecting to each other and the World back home and of coping with the complexities of the war they had been sent to fight. They also demonstrate that music was important for every group of Vietnam veterans -- black and white, Latino and Native American, men and women, officers and'grunts'-- whose personal reflections drive the book's narrative. Many of the voices are those of ordinary soldiers, airmen, seamen, and marines. But there are also'solo'pieces by veterans whose writings have shaped our understanding of the war -- Karl Marlantes, Alfredo Vea, Yusef Komunyakaa, Bill Ehrhart, Arthur Flowers -- as well as songwriters and performers whose music influenced soldiers'lives, including Eric Burdon, James Brown, Bruce Springsteen, Country Joe McDonald, and John Fogerty. Together their testimony taps into memories -- individual and cultural -- that capture a central if often overlooked component of the American war in Vietnam.
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