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Hartwood by Eric Werner
Winner, IACP Cookbook Award for Culinary Travel Named a Best & Most Beautiful Cookbook of the Year by Bon Appétit, Cooking Light, Departures, Fine Cooking, Food52, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Los Angeles Times, San Francisco Chronicle, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, Vice, Yahoo!, and more The best things happen when people pursue their dreams. Consider the story of Eric Werner and Mya Henry, an intrepid young couple who gave up their restaurant jobs in New York City to start anew in the one-road town of Tulum, Mexico. Here they built Hartwood, one of the most exciting and inspiring restaurants in the world. Mya Henry took on the role of general manager, seeing to the overall operations and tending to the guests, while Eric Werner went to work magic in the kitchen. The food served at Hartwood is “addictive,” says Noma chef René Redzepi, adding, “It’s the reason people line up for hours every single day to eat there, even though their vacation time is precious.” Werner’s passion for dazzling flavors and natural ingredients is expertly translated into recipes anyone can cook at home. Every dish has a balance of sweet and spicy, fresh and dried, oil and acid, without relying heavily on wheat and dairy. The flavoring elements are simple—honeys, salts, fresh and dried herbs, fresh and dried chiles, onions, garlic—but by using the same ingredients in different forms, Werner layers flavors to bring forth maximum deliciousness. The recipes are beautifully photographed and interspersed with inspiring, gorgeously illustrated essays about this setting and story, making Hartwood an exhilarating experience from beginning to end.
Hartwood House by Sharz Weeks
When a mid-night psychic vision of a suspicious death leaves Henri with scars on his back, he finds himself obsessing over what happened - who the victim was, who was responsible, and why he was having visions. When the pursuit of the truth leads to a psychiatric hospital that's not all it seems, Henri starts down a path from which he can't return. Along the way, he learns about himself, friendship, and what it takes to get to the bottom of the mystery, no matter the cost.
The Union Cavalry Comes Of Age by Eric J. Wittenberg
The Army of the Potomac’s mounted units suffered early in the Civil War at the hands of the horsemen of the South. However, by 1863, the Federal cavalry had evolved into a fighting machine. Despite the numerous challenges occupying officers and politicians, as well as the harrowing existence of troopers in the field, the Northern cavalry helped turn the tide of war much earlier than is generally acknowledged. It became the largest, best-mounted, and best-equipped force of horse soldiers the world had ever seen. Further, the 1863 consolidation of numerous scattered Federal units created a force to be reckoned with—a single corps ten thousand strong. Award-winning cavalry historian Eric J. Wittenberg chronicles this story, debunking persistent myths that have elevated the Confederate “cavaliers” over their Union counterparts.
Murder In Grosse Pointe by Andrew Hartwood
Adventure, action and romance from the suburbs of Detroit to the streets of London.
Treasure In Grosse Pointe by Andrew Hartwood
Treasure in Grosse Pointe: The Sunken Rumrunner
The Union Cavalry Comes Of Age by Eric J. Wittenberg
In The Union Cavalry Comes of Age, cavalry historian Eric J. Wittenberg debunks the persistent myths that have elevated the reputations of the Confederate "cavaliers" over their Union counterparts. In so doing, he sets the record straight on the evolution of the Army of the Potomac's cavalry, showing that the consolidation during the winter of 1863 of numerous scattered Federal units into a single corps, 10,000 strong, transformed the Union troopers in the east into a force to be reckoned with. This study chronicles the numerous challenges that occupied officers and politicians, as well as the harrowing existence of the troopers in the field. The Union Cavalry Comes of Age shows that the Northern cavalry began helping to turn the tide of war much earlier than is generally acknowledged and became the largest, best-mounted, and best-equipped force of horse soldiers the world had ever seen. Remarkable in its depth of research and analysis, it is a major contribution to our understanding of the role of cavalry in the Civil War.
Reflections Of Hartwood by Jamie Durisko
A book about the history and people of Hartwood Acres located in Pittsburgh, Pa.
Hartwood Hospital 1895 1995 by Shotts History Group
Traditions Of Hartwood by Charles Alexander Campbell
Rituals For Sacred Living by Jane Alexander
Are you ready to make your life the way you want it to be? Here are the tools! This amazing book adapts the most effective rituals of the ages, from ancient yoga practices, Native American smudging and medicine wheels, and Balinese traditions, to kabbalistic protection ceremonies, Feng Shui, candle magic, and more. Find out how to make cracks in time, build an altar, transform your space into a soul home -- a place that truly expresses your spirit. Banish stress and attract love, soothe yourself, or give yourself energy. Cleanse and protect your home, free yourself from destructive or dependent relationships, and release negative thoughts. Using these rituals, give blessings to conceptions, births, marriages, funerals, and to bring your family closer together and help it adjust to the healing seasonal rhythms of the years. All the rituals are complete with simple -- and brief -- step-by-step instructions. This intensely practical handbook is a distillation of some of the finest and most useful rituals ever devised, and an invaluable tool to refer to over a lifetime. Perform these sacred ceremonies, share them with loved ones, and become more in touch with the divine!