Coming Home to Eat The Pleasures and Politics of Local Foods

Coming Home to Eat  The Pleasures and Politics of Local Foods Author Gary Paul Nabhan
ISBN-10 0393075494
Release 2002-11-17
Pages 336
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"Amazing and eloquent....Nabhan makes us understand how finding and eating local foods connects us deeply and sensually."—Alice Waters, Chez Panisse Issuing a "profound and engaging...passionate call to us to re-think our food industry" (Jim Harrison, author of The Raw and the Cooked), Gary Paul Nabhan reminds us that eating close to home is not just a matter of convenience—it is an act of deep cultural and environmental significance. Embodying "a perspective...at once ecological, economic, humanistic, and spiritual" (Los Angeles Times), Nabhan has dedicated his life to raising awareness about food—as an avid gardener, as an ethnobotanist preserving seed diversity, and as an activist devoted to recovering native food traditions in the Southwest. This "inspired and eloquently detailed account" (Rick Bayless, Chefs Collaborative) tells of his year-long mission to eat only foods grown, fished, or gathered within two hundred miles of his home. "A good book for gardeners to read this winter" (The New York Times), Nabhan's work "weav[es] together the traditions of Thoreau and M. F. K. Fisher [in] a soul food treatise for our time" (Peter Hoffman, Chefs Collaborative).



Coming Home

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ISBN-10 9781584204657
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Coming Home has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Coming Home also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Coming Home book for free.



Coming Home

Coming Home Author Athol Fugard
ISBN-10 0822223767
Release 2010-01-01
Pages 50
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THE STORY: Years ago, Veronica Jonkers departed for the big city in the brave New South Africa, set on making her dreams of fame and fortune come true. In COMING HOME, Veronica returns to Nieu Bethesda several years later to die of AIDS, but she is



Coming Home to Germany

Coming Home to Germany Author David Rock
ISBN-10 1571817182
Release 2002-01
Pages 234
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The end of World War II led to one of the most significant forced population transfers in history: the expulsion of over 12 million ethnic Germans from Central and Eastern Europe between 1945 and 1950 and the subsequent emigration of another four million in the second half of the twentieth century. Although unprecedented in its magnitude, conventional wisdom has it that the integration of refugees, expellees, and "Aussiedler" was a largely successful process in postwar Germany. While the achievements of the integration process are acknowledged, the volume also examines the difficulties encountered by ethnic Germans in the Federal Republic and analyses the shortcomings of dealing with this particular phenomenon of mass migration and its consequences.



When Prisoners Come Home

When Prisoners Come Home Author Joan Petersilia
ISBN-10 019516086X
Release 2003
Pages 278
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"Dr. Petersilia's insight is nothing less than insipiring."--Dr. Reginald Wilkinson, Former President, American Correctional Association. "Prisoner reentry has emerged as the most important new issue in justice policy. When Prisoners Come Home is the best, most comprehensive source material on reentry that exists anywhere." --Todd R. Clear, Professor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, co-author or American Corrections. "When PrisonersCome Home is scholarship at its highest practical level. It is crisply and clearly written--scholarship infused by practical experience and presented without pretension. For many decades, it will dominate the literature on parole and the conditions of prisoners returning to society." --Norval Morris, author of Maconochie'sGentelmen: The story of Norfolk Island and the Roots of Modern Prison Reform



No Heroes

No Heroes Author Chris Offutt
ISBN-10 0684865521
Release 2003-04-02
Pages 272
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The author of The Same River Twice recalls his painful but ultimately revealing attempt to return home to the rural hills of Kentucky to give back to his hometown community and to record the personal story of his parents-in-law, Holocaust survivors who had emigrated from Poland in 1946. Reprint.



Coming Home

Coming Home Author Deborah Duda
ISBN-10 9780984235896
Release 2010
Pages 321
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This step-by-step guide has been used to train hospice staff and volunteers for over two decades. Now Duda help you to create an experience that makes your loved one's final weeks as comfortable and meaningful as possible.



Coming Home

Coming Home Author Cynthia Pincus Russell
ISBN-10 9780865348745
Release 2012
Pages 126
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Russell, a psychotherapist and Psychosynthesis trainer, details how she dropped her full life overnight to run a home hospice for her dying older sister. She includes many useful quotes, references from experts James Pennebacker and Steven Levine, and the author's reflections.



Coming Home

Coming Home Author Paul Furtaw
ISBN-10 9781438919997
Release 2008-12-01
Pages 48
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"An excellent tool for case managers, discharge planners and other proffesionals involved with providing senior services who are having to explain home modifications" Monica N, Case manager. Making the transition from a care facilty to home can mean sudden changes are needed in the home to allow continued independence. Having an aging parent move into the home can aslo require modifications in the envitonment This is a practical guide to doing a needs assessment and includes the four questions to better planning. Color photographs and text show solutions to many common problems we all face as an aging population.



When Are You Coming Home

When Are You Coming Home Author John-Roger, DSS
ISBN-10 9781893020702
Release 2004-11-01
Pages 272
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Inspired by the concept of the prodigal son and based on the author's experiences, this is a unique and intimate story of spiritual awakening. Although largely biographical, it contains elements of an adventure story that follows the exploration of a universal divine essence and a greater reality of spirit. Both simple and profound, it conveys with disarming candidness the immediacy of the soul. This book will prove invaluable to those who are looking for life's deeper meaning in the face of modern challenges, and individuals who are searching for a greater spiritual understanding of the human experience. Included are a chart of the inner realms of the spirit and a CD audio tour of the reflective process.



Coming Home

Coming Home Author Ron Evans
ISBN-10 9781459712928
Release 2002-03-01
Pages 216
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Short-listed for the 2002 Saskatchewan Book Awards for Best Non-Fiction and Best Book The stories in Coming Home are as surprising as the landscape of Saskatchewan itself and as varied as its weather. Through the author’s reminiscences, we experience prairie life as it was more than sixty years ago, and as it is today. A rich cast of characters appears — neighbours, drunks, misfits — all with a place in the story. These are the tales of a father who lived hard, failed often, and was loved much, of a mother who was an artist at heart but became a teacher and farmer’s wife through circumstance. We visit a prairie dance hall with a floor that rests on horsehair, encounter death, baptize a child, participate in a nude massage. We view sex from a farm boy’s perspective, learn of home brew and cabbage rolls, eat breakfast with friends, and meet the author’s favourite waitress. A sense of awe and wonder emerges through encounters with the land and the unfolding of the changing seasons.



Coming Home

Coming Home Author Lauren Brooke
ISBN-10 1407111590
Release 2009-04-01
Pages 134
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Amy calls Heartland home, and ever since she can remember she's watched her mum instill trust and hope in horses that were once fierce and afraid. Amy's inherited her mother's gift, the ability to listen to horses and understand what they need. But when a tragic accident changes everything, Amy must cling to what her mother taught her - that miracles really can happen at Heartland



Always Coming Home

Always Coming Home Author Ursula K. Le Guin
ISBN-10 0520227352
Release 1985
Pages 523
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An "ethnographic" novel that portrays life in California's Napa Valley as it might be a very long time from now, imagined not as a high tech future but as a time of people once again living close to the land.



Coming Home

Coming Home Author Lynellyn D. Long
ISBN-10 9781512821659
Release 2017-06-16
Pages 288
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Few things weigh on the human spirit more heavily than a sense of place; the lands we live in and return to have a profound ability to shape our notions of home and homeland, not to mention our own identities. The pull of the familiar and the desire to begin anew are conflicting impulses for the nearly 180 million people who live outside their countries of origin, often with the expectation of returning home. Of 30 million people who immigrated to the United States alone between 1900 and 1980, 10 million are believed to have returned to their homelands. While migration flows occur in both directions, surprisingly few studies of transnationalism, global migration, or diaspora address return experiences. Undertaking a comparative analysis of how coming home affects individuals and their communities in a myriad cultural and geographic settings, the contributors to this volume seek to understand the unique return migration experiences of refugees, migrants, and various others as they confront the social pressures and a sense of displacement that accompany their journeys. The returns depicted in Coming Home? range from temporary visits to permanent repatriation, from voluntary to coerced movements, and from those occurring after a few years of exile to those after several decades away. The geographic sites include the Balkans, Barbados, China, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Germany, Nicaragua, the Philippines, Rwanda, and Vietnam. Several studies portray the experiences of returning refugees who earlier fled war and violence, while others focus on economic or labor migrants. As the essays show, connections between permanent returnees and home communities are contentious and complex. On the one hand, issues of land title, property rights, political orientation, and religious and cultural beliefs and practices create grounds for clashes between returnees and their home communities, but on the other, returnees bring with them a unique ability to transform local practices and provide new resources.



Coming Home

Coming Home Author Rosamunde Pilcher
ISBN-10 9781466824973
Release 2013-04-23
Pages 977
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Against the backdrop of an elegant Cornwall mansion before World War II and a vast continent-spanning canvas during the turbulent war years, this involving story tells of an extraordinary young woman's coming of age, coming to grips with love and sadness, and in every sense of the term, coming home... In 1935, Judith Dunbar is left behind at a British boarding school when her mother and baby sister go off to join her father in Singapore. At Saint Ursula's, her friendship with Loveday Carey-Lewis sweeps her into the privileged, madcap world of the British aristocracy, teaching her about values, friendship, and wealth. But it will be the drama of war, as it wrenches Judith from those she cares about most, that will teach her about courage...and about love. Teeming with marvelous, memorable characters in a novel that is a true masterpiece, Coming Home by Rosamunde Pilcher is a book to be savored, reread, and cherished forever.



Coming Home

Coming Home Author Lois Cloarec Hart
ISBN-10 0975436643
Release 2005-06-01
Pages 340
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Coming Out Coming Home

Coming Out  Coming Home Author Michael C. LaSala
ISBN-10 0231512996
Release 2010-06-11
Pages 304
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The discovery that a child is lesbian or gay can send shockwaves through a family. A mother will question how she's raised her son; a father will worry that his daughter will experience discrimination. From the child's perspective, gay and lesbian youth fear their families will reject them and that they will lose financial and emotional support. All in all, learning a child is gay challenges long-held views about sexuality and relationships, and the resulting uncertainty can produce feelings of anger, resentment, and concern. Through a qualitative, multicultural study of sixty-five gay and lesbian children and their parents, Michael LaSala, a leading expert on this issue, outlines effective, practice-tested interventions for families in transition. His research reveals surprising outcomes, such as learning that a child is homosexual can improve familial relationships, including father-child relationships, even if a parent reacts strongly or negatively to the revelation. By confronting feelings of depression, anxiety, and grief head on, LaSala formulates the best approach for practitioners who hope to reestablish intimacy among family members and preserve family connections& mdash;as well as individual autonomy& mdash;well into the child's maturation. By restricting his study to parents and children of the same family, LaSala accurately captures the reciprocal effects of family interactions, identifying them as targets for effective treatment. Coming Out, Coming Home is also a valuable text for families, enabling adjustment through relatable scenarios and analyses.