Today I Loaded My Kindle With…
Cup of tea, anyone? Or perhaps a book teaching you all about tea? I’ll take one of those please, with cream, no sugar. I also found some very interesting looking recipe books from Romania, Ukraine and Catalonia.
Keeping with the international theme, Top Sights Travel Guides are offering six of their guides for free. These are short city guides, no more than 30 pages each, but could come in quite handy when traveling with a Kindle. In case I do go on any international travels, I’ve got plenty to read. Today, I loved me some fantasy with a novel, a novella and a book of dark fairy tales. Fun.
The Green Gourmet Perfect Cup Of Tea Book by Lori Jane Stewart
Tea is one of the most popular beverages worldwide. It can help you to wake up in the morning, get through your day or get to sleep at night – in fact, it can even improve your health. Although all tea, with the exception of herbal tea, can be traced back to one plant, no two teas are alike. So, how do you know which tea to drink? Not only that, but how do you brew a perfect cup of tea at home? Are tea bags better or worse than tea leaves? How long should you let the water boil? Those are all good questions. After all, the world of tea can be quite confusing. We have created this in-depth tea drinking book in order to teach you anything you ever wanted to know about tea and tea drinking. For example, have you often wondered about the difference between regular tea and herbal tea? Do you wonder exactly how healthy tea is? Do you wonder where tea is grown and how it is processed? Well, this guide has all of those answers and more.
Roots. Essential Catalan Cuisine According to El Celler de Can Roca by Joan Roca
In this book the prestigious chef Joan Roca, at the head of the celebrated restaurant El Celler de Can Roca, introduces a top selection of traditional Catalan recipes from among those his mother, Montserrat, has always prepared at the Can Roca restaurant in Girona, where he began his professional training. The foundations of the cuisine that now bears the name of this master chef are encompassed in these pages: from the fried calamari to the delicious crema catalana, as well as the festival cannelloni and the fish suquet. The recipes are explained in a straightforward fashion for the inexperienced cook and complemented by interesting observations about the different products, preparations, versions and presentations of each dish. Over one hundred twenty recipes that comprise a small tribute to traditional Catalan cuisine, the ROOTS for that of El Celler de Can Roca.
Ukrainian Cuisine Guide by Val Shoss, Helen Smirnoff and Nikita Lysytskiy
This guide is a result of mutual research of a Ukrainian writer Nikita Lysytskiy and two of his friends: Val Shoss (Seattle, US) and Helen Smirnoff (Bournemouth, UK), who visited Ukraine in 2011 and spent a lot of time testing Ukrainian cuisine. Thanks to them, all the dishes and drinks in this book are presented from a tourist’s point of view. It is written by people who first had no idea about Ukrainian cuisine, but then learned it entirely. You will learn not only details of every dish and approximate prices for it, but also how it looks like. We illustrated all articles with descriptive photos for you to be sure you get the same meal you order. This book highlights all components of dishes, as well as how-to-prepare guide. It lists all ingredients of any dish you order and helps to avoid unpleasant surprises. As well the book will show you how to cook Ukrainian food at home.
Romanian Food : Best recipes by Gabriel Chirita
There are 20 Romanian traditional recipes. The book contains easy-to-make Romanian dishes, with contributions from Romanian cooks and family recipes well explained. Recipes include the Romanian name, ingredients and well explained preparation instructions. In the book you will find recipes and tips for Tripe Soup,Bean Soup,Ground beef with potatoes and eggs,Romanian Cabbage and Sausage, Pork sausages with beetroot and apple, the famous Romanian Cozonac with a 5 page how to and a few other traditional Romanian food recipes.
Death’s Hand by SM Reine
Policing relations between Heaven, Hell, and Earth is messy and violent, but Elise Kavanagh and James Faulkner excelled at it–until coming across a job so brutal that even they couldn’t stand to see one more dead body. Now they’ve been pretending to be normal for five years, leaving their horrific history a dark secret. Elise works in an office. James owns a business. None of their friends realize they used to be one of the world’s best killing teams. After years of hiding, something stirs. Bodies are vanishing. Demons scurry in the shadows of the night. A child has been possessed. Some enemies aren’t willing to let the secrets of the past stay dead…
Aftershock (Rise of the Unseelie urban fantasy series) by S. A. Archer and S. Ravynheart
The day the Mounds collapsed Jhaer, leader of the Unseelie Elite, sacrificed his strength, his magic, and his very life to save his world. It wasn’t enough. He thought that was the end of his story… Instead it is the beginning.
Don’t Let the Fairies Eat You (Looking for the Witch) by Darryl Fabia
Within, you won’t find fairy tales meant for children at bedtime. Collecting thirty stories of wonder and mischief, Don’t Let the Fairies Eat You is inspired by a time when misbegotten pregnancies and meat pies made of men were as expected in fairy tales as magic spells and happy endings. At times amusing, at others unnerving, Don’t Let the Fairies Eat You revels in the primal nature fairy tales once had, and invites you to enjoy the wildness of every story.
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I found these books via Amazon’s Kindle eBooks store. Resources for free Kindle and other format eBooks are listed in my sidebar.
These freebies are limited time offers, so there is no guarantee any of these books will still be free when you click on the links. Grab them sooner rather than later.