Billed as musings on the “mystery and wonder of the game” of golf, this tape offers sometimes poignant, sometimes sentimental tales from the Great Game. There are at least eighteen stories, none more than ten minutes long. A... Read More
Golf is a tough game and there have been countless books written on how to improve scores and lower blood pressure after a miserable day on the greens. In this new book, Coles writes: “The heart of this book and of my three-shot golf... Read More
The author of this cookbook used to punch cows. Now he tells you how to cook them. Realize some other things about this book… first, it’s a good read. Wedged between recipes is cowboy lore and Texas history. Second, the restaurant... Read More
For cooks anxious to rev up their dull chili routine, here’s a well-researched recipe collection that blows the lid off this hearty dish. Robertson has divided and subdivided the seemingly uncomplex world of vegetarian chili into five... Read More
If your idea of good eating is food that makes you break a sweat and sets your tongue ablaze, then you will love Light the Fire-Fiery Food with a Light New Attitude, in which the bulk of the recipes include peppers and chiles. The book... Read More
A travel guide with recipes might be the best way to explain The Food of Jamaica. The narrative helps explain how this island nation came to have the cuisine it does. The best explanation for Jamaica’s wide-ranging cuisine rests with... Read More
For anyone who ever wondered what the world of prostitution might be like, here it is, in all its vivid detail. At age 27, the author, Dolores French, a native of Louisville, Ky., decided to become a prostitute. This book proves she... Read More
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