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Southern Living Around the Southern Table: Coming home to comforting meals and treasured memories by Rebecca Lang

Southern Living Around the Southern Table: Coming home to comforting meals and treasured memoriesby Rebecca Lang

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Sharing a meal around the table is the perfect expression of all things Southern: hospitality, grace, humor, and a devotion to great food. Author Rebecca Lang–a professionally trained chef and lifelong Southerner–makes the reader feel right at home, with pre-meal sips on the porch, indulgent dinners laced with bacon, decadent desserts, and messy morning-after breakfasts with biscuit crumbs and homemade jelly. These are the recipes that fill our memories of family and home, pull readers into the kitchen, and leave them fulfilled at the table.

Essays from well-known and much-loved Southerners–like Chick-Fil-A founder Truett S. Cathy and novelist Cassandra King–pepper the chapters with wisdom, humor, and insights gained from time spent at their own dining tables. Better yet, Around the Southern Table is filled with recipes for dishes that Southerners crave and cherish for everyday as well as special occasions. From mouthwatering main dishes like Shrimp and Grits or Stuffed Meatloaf to classic desserts like Lemon Pie or Pound Cake and Peach Ice Cream, every recipe tells a story, and, more importantly, is absolutely delicious. Each and every recipe is 100% homemade from-scratch and 100% Southern.

This book invites you to pull up a chair at your favorite table and…

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Dealing with Diabetes Burnout: How to Recharge and Get Back on Track When You Feel Frustrated and Overwhelmed Living with Diabetes by Ginger Vieira

Dealing with Diabetes Burnout: How to Recharge and Get Back on Track When You Feel Frustrated and Overwhelmed Living with Diabetesby Ginger Vieira

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Dealing with Diabetes Burnout: How to Recharge and Get Back on Track When You Feel Frustrated and Overwhelmed Living with Diabetes is an inspiring and empowering guide to managing the daily work and pressure of diabetes management — counting carbohydrates at every meal, constantly adjusting medication doses, taking daily injections, pricking fingers multiple times a day, and struggling with the unavoidable challenges of fancy, yet imperfect, technology — that can lead to burnout. Vieira provides the tools and encouragement needed to help readers get back on track and make diabetes management a rewarding priority. Chapters directly address burnout in relation to: food, exercise, insulin dosing, blood sugar checking, fear of low blood sugar, being a caregiver/spouse of a person with diabetes, communicating more effectively with your doctor, taking a healthy “vacation” from diabetes, and creating realistic expectations and goals.

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Where Earth Meets Water by Pia Padukone

Where Earth Meets Waterby Pia Padukone

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IN THIS POIGNANT AND BREATHTAKING DEBUT,  ONE MAN SEARCHES FOR MEANING IN THE WAKE OF INCOMPARABLE TRAGEDY…  

Karom Seth should have been in the Twin Towers on the morning  of 9/11, and on the Indian shores in 2004, when the tsunami swept  his entire family into the ocean. Whether it’s a curse or a blessing,  Karom can’t be sure, but his absence from these disasters has left  him with crushing guilt—and a belief that fate has singled him  out for invincibility. 

Karom’s affliction consumes everyone around him, from his  best friend, Lloyd, to his girlfriend, Gita, who hopes that a trip  to India will help him find peace. It is in Delhi that he meets  Gita’s grandmother, Kamini—a quirky but wise woman with  secrets of her own. At first Karom dismisses Kamini, but little  does he realize that she will ultimately lead him to the clarity  he’s been looking for. 

Spanning the globe from New York to India, Where Earth Meets Water is a stunning portrait of a quest for human understanding,  and a wise exploration of grief, survival and love in all its forms.

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Hunt the Hunter by Jeff R. Spalsbury

Hunt the Hunterby Jeff R. Spalsbury

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Exhausted and sick of all the killing and death he’s seen, Dave Kramer returns to Quiet Valley after the Civil War, anticipating a happy reunion with his friends and family. Instead he finds his hometown an empty shell of what it once was. Dave finds it’s also a more dangerous valley after an attempt on his life by members of the guerrilla band who have taken control of the town. He’s come home for peace but found another war, with gang leader Jedd Scott. So be it. One thing Dave knows a lot about is war.
After a desperate shoot-out, Scott escapes from Quiet Valley with his gang only to find that wherever he goes, Dave Kramer is hot on his trail. Now it s Dave’s turn to hunt the hunter and only one will survive.

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A Dark Dividing by Sarah Rayne

A Dark Dividingby Sarah Rayne

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‘Something strange happened within that family, Harry. People died and people disappeared, and although most of us suspected something odd had occurred, no one ever got at the truth.’
Journalist Harry Fizglen is sceptical when his editor asks him to investigate the background of Simone Anderson, a new Bloomsbury artist. But once he’s met the enigmatic Simone, Harry is intrigued.
Just what did happen to Simone’s twin sister who disappeared without trace several years before? And what is the Anderson sisters’ connection to another set of twin girls, Viola and Sorrel Quinton, born in London on 1st January 1900?
All Harry’s lines of enquiry seem to lead to the small Shropshire village of Weston Fferna and the imposing ruin of Mortmain House, standing grim and forbidding on the Welsh borders. As Harry delves into the violent and terrible history of Mortmain, in an attempt to uncover what happened to Simone and Sonia, and, a century before them, to Viola and Sorrel Quinton, he finds himself drawn into a number of interlocking mysteries, each one more puzzling – and sinister – than the last.

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