Thirty-five amazing favorites, from our families to yours. Our first cookbook 35 Great Recipes You Wish Your Mother Made became a #1 best-seller, so we´ve put together 35 more of our most delicious family favorites for you - amazing recipes that would make mom proud. You can make restaurant-quality recipes at home while feeling like you´re being guided by a friend! Time with family, just like great food, should be enjoyed. There are too many complicated diets trying to ruin your day. Relax, take a break, and treat yourself. Come with us again and discover the fun and flavor in these old-school family recipes. It´s all in here, 35 more of our best: More quick and easy, tasty treats. More elaborate fine dining recipes. More Italian, Mexican, and Latin American favorites. Simple, healthy guacamole, amazing crab cakes, perfect pesto pizza, and other unique family treasures you´ll love! Plus kids´ favorites like Uncle Sal´s Gooey Butter Cookies too! But, getting it right takes more than just a recipe. There are the secret spices and little in-the-family instructions and priceless advice passed down to us. Don´t worry, though. We took careful notes and included all that loving advice in this audiobook for you. Notes like: ´´Use fresh ingredients. Don´t rush. Follow the recipe completely the first time you make it. Experiment the second time.´´ Simple, yet we tend to forget them. Our mothers knew we needed those reminders. They always know, don´t they? Pour a glass of wine and enjoy cooking for your family as everybody gathers around the kitchen again, to chat and play like we did when we were kids. And the reason we loved the food, was: It was made with love - that´s the secret. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jason P. Hilton. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/021468/bk_acx0_021468_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A brilliant tragicomedy based on the most infamous espionage trial of the 20th century. Thirty years after they walked hand in hand to the electric chair, sentenced to die for giving the gift of the atom bomb to the Soviet Union, Solomon and Dolores Rubell are the targets of a new investigation - conducted not by the FBI, or some paranoid Senate subcommittee, but by Gerald Lerner, boyhood Communist and author of such classic chronicles of the American Jewish experience as Hot Pastrami Sandwich and Kosher and Topless. What does Gerald hope to find, all these years later, by placing ads in the Jewish Daily Forward and Screw seeking former Soviet spies willing to chat? The short answer: His sanity. With a gleam in its eye and tenderness in its heart, David Evanier’s irreverent and incisive novel peers into one of the darkest chapters in American history - the execution of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg on charges of spying for the Soviet Union. Because, as Suzie Sizzle - great-niece of Dolly and Solly Rubell and star of a ´´goodly number´´ of hardcore films - explains to Gerald, this is not really a story about death, despite its gloomy ending. It is a story about love - the true love two proud Jewish underdogs had for each other, and the misguided love an entire generation of American leftists had for a political system whose grand promises masked terrible, irreconcilable truths. They say love will make you do crazy things. So, too, will Communism. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Mike Ortego. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/020401/bk_adbl_020401_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.