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"An American Chick's Guide to Italy" is the perfect book to tuck into your carryon and learn how to avoid mistakes when traveling in the beautiful country of Italy. The book is divided into anecdotal experiences that are humorous and heart-warming. The chapters include renting villas, transportation, restaurants, hotels and even a chapter on flirting. At the conclusion of each chapter, there are useful websites and tips, especially for women traveling alone. Practical and fun information coupled with funny stories, this guide will amuse the reader and offer critical facts....such as taking washcloths to Italy. Italian hotels do not offer them. Did you know that train station boards only give you a final destination of your train...not your particular stop? What about renting a villa in Italy? Today, anything can look good on the internet. The author travels to Italy often, speaks the language, and has learned how to navigate Italy with ease. Travel for the experience, not as a tourist, and soak up the culture, the people, the food, the beauty.
See. Eat. Sleep. Enjoy. A 72-Hour Guide to Dubai, UAE.City breaks are perfect for those long weekends away. You go to a city and you've got only a short amount of time to see the sights, there's no time to get distracted.But what if you don't know exactly what to do and see? Which places to eat at? When the best time is to visit? A captivating fusion of traditional souks and sleek modern architecture, history and dune bashing thrills, Dubai is the travel destination for anyone who desires a bit of everything. In addition to its towering skyscrapers (it currently has more than 200) and magnificent palm-shaped islands, Dubai is renowned for its haute couture, exquisite gold collections, and world-class gastronomic treats. Truly, a Dubai experience will leave you completely captivated, as you veer from the ordinary to extraordinary. An exciting blend of record-setting feats, Dubai has much to offer anyone who decides to visit this city that defies limits.Inside3-Day Guide to Dubai: A 72-hour definitive guide on what to see, eat and enjoy in Dubai, UAE:
Dive into an opulent universe of punches, cobblers, toddies, slings, sours and a host of other classic old-world cocktails! Legendary bartender Jerry Thomas (1832-1885) whose name was once synonymous with quality in the world of high-end drink, compiled this seminal volume in 1862. In doing so, he codified the concoctions that have become the backbone of high-end bars around the world! Often lauded as the father of mixology, Jerry Thomas, in addition to penning this book (the first drink book ever published in America), popularized inventive drinks and elevated the practice of bartending to an art form.
At the height of his popularity in the 19th Century, people all over the country were eager to taste Thomas' recipes. While serving as the principle bartender at the Occidental Hotel in San Francisco he earned more money per week than the Vice President of the United States! Perhaps most famous for his signature cocktail, the Blue Blazer, which involves pouring flaming whiskey between two glasses to create a dramatic pyrotechnic display, Jerry Thomas laid the foundations for today's cocktail renaissance while Abraham Lincoln was still in the White House.
To this day, Thomas is celebrated as one of the most creative bartenders in history. With this trove of astounding cocktail recipes in your hand you'll never be short on inspiration behind the bar!
A Beginner's Guide to Edible Fungi Mushrooms Table of Contents Introduction Knowing more about Mushrooms Mushrooms in Medicine Cultivated varieties Of Mushrooms Types of Popular Mushrooms in Cuisine Morels Chanterelles Cantharellus cibarius or trumpet mushrooms Black Trumpets Porcini Shitake or Golden oak mushrooms Oyster Mushrooms Enoki Mushrooms Portobello Mushrooms Truffles Hon- Shimeji- Beech Mushroom The Death Cap - Amanita phalloides Fly Agaric- Amanita muscaria How to Avoid the After Effects of Inedible Mushrooms Tips Precautions while Hunting Mushrooms in the Wild Cultivating Mushrooms in Your Home Conclusion Author Bio Publisher Introduction For millenniums, mankind has been looking towards nature to find easily available food supplements. While animals and birds provided him with protein, he also looked towards the plant kingdom to provide you with herbs, spices, and other edible means of food. Out of these mushrooms and all their varieties have been an integral part of his cuisine down the centuries, all over the world. In ancient China mushrooms were used in alternative medicine more than 3000 years ago. They are still used to cure a number of ailments, along with problems related to the nerves, mind and psyche. The mushrooms used here in minute quantities have psychoactive and psychedelic properties. That is why ancient medicine men normally gave them to patients, who believed that they had gone through a spiritual trance which was life defining. These psychedelic trance inducing mushrooms are now called shrooms and even though they are illegal in many parts of the world, they are eaten by people who want a "fix." Edible mushrooms are called mushrooms, while the poisonous varieties were called toadstools. Only very experienced "mushroomists" know the difference between an edible variety and a poisonous variety. And this comes only with proper training from older experienced mushroom collectors.
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