Illus. in full color. An apple pie is easy to make...if the market is open. But if the market is closed, the world becomes your grocery store. This deliciously silly recipe for apple pie takes readers around the globe to gather ingredients. First hop a steamboat to Italy for the finest semolina wheat. Then hitch a ride to England and hijack a cow for the freshest possible milk. And, oh yes! Don't forget to go apple picking in Vermont! A simple recipe for apple pie is included.
La culture surf s'est construite essentiellement autour de l'image du surfeur blond aux yeux bleus. C'est ce monopole que le projet Afrosurf, fruit d'une collaboration entre Selema Masekela et le label de surf africain Mami Wata essaie de rompre. En quelques 200 photos, 18 pays, 14 histoire et 25 portraits de surfeurs et surfeuses du continent africain, ce livre présente toute la richesse et la vivacité de la culture surf en Afrique, du Maroc à la Somalie en passant par le Mozambique, le Sénégal et d'Afrique du Sud.
Après 16 ans de travail, Chris Ware publie enfin la suite de son roman graphique culte, Jimmy Corrigan. Chef d'oeuvre à la fois narratif et visuel, Rusty Brown met en scène le croisement des vies de 3 personnages. Ce croisement des points de vue agencé avec brio se tient lors d'un début de journée ordinaire dans une petite ville du midwest américain.
The breakout poetry collection by #1 New York Times bestselling author and presidential inaugural poet Amanda Gorman.
Formerly titled The Hill We Climb and Other Poems, Amanda Gorman's remarkable new collection reveals an energizing and unforgettable voice in American poetry. Call Us What We Carry is Gorman at her finest. Including "The Hill We Climb," the stirring poem read at the inauguration of the 46th President of the United States, Joe Biden, and bursting with musical language and exploring themes of identity, grief, and memory, this lyric of hope and healing captures an important moment in our country's consciousness while being utterly timeless.
Hummelo - près du village éponyme à Gelderland dans l'est des Pays-Bas - est visité par des milliers de jardiniers chaque année en quête d'inspiration. C'est la maison de Piet Oudolf, son laboratoire de jardinage personnel, une ancienne pépinière dirigée par sa femme Anja, et l'endroit où il a testé pour la première fois de nouveaux modèles et créé les nouvelles variétés de plantes vivaces qui sont maintenant largement disponibles. Ce livre devenu un classique et réédité ici en format broché offre un regard intime sur le jardin personnel du paysagiste néerlandais réputé pour ses plantations sur la High Line à New York et sur le jardin Lurie au Millennium Park de Chicago.
From the bestselling authors of How to be Parisian , what smart, savvy, fabulous French women think, feel and advise as they hit forty on life, love, and everything else Older, but Better, but Older has the playful wit, self deprecation and worldly advice we have come to expect from these bestselling authors, but now that advice is focused on the French woman's mindset as she hurtles towards forty. Caroline de Maigret and Sophie Mas are back to amuse you with how they find they are modifying their favorite bad-girl behavior as they address beauty, love, seduction as well as lifestyle, family, work, and living alone. ;;;; They are still bohemian iconoclasts saying what you don't expect to hear. They will tell you things aren't what they used to be--when a thirty-year-old guy arrives at a party and does not even glance at you; when you wake up feeling great and everyone tells you how tired you look; you know you're an adult when you're excited just to go home. ;;;; Neuroses vs. confidence, resistance vs. acceptance, passion vs. serenity, de Maigret and Mas through spirited short stories capture the different stages of ageing--as nostalgic but modern Parisian women. From the privately absurd to the strangely universal, this book captures moments of everyday life that will make the reader nod, cringe, and laugh out loud.
Mimi explores the beautiful coasts and countrysides of Italy in this lavishly photographed cookbook featuring simple, authentic recipes inspired by the country's devoted producers and rich food heritage. Beloved for her gorgeous cookbooks A Kitchen in France and French Country Cooking , Mimi Thorisson, along with her lively family and smooth fox terriers in tow, immersed readers in the warmth of their convivial lives in rural France. In their newest cookbook, the Thorissons pause their lives in the idyllic French countryside to start a new adventure in Italy and satisfy their endless curiosity and passion for the magic of Italian cooking. Old World Italian captures their journey and the culinary treasures they discovered. From Tuscany to Umbria to Naples and more, Mimi dives into Italy's diverse regional cuisines and shares 100 recipes for authentic, classic dishes, enriched by conversations with devoted local food experts who share their timeworn techniques and stories. You'll indulge in dishes culled from across the country, such as plump agnolotti bathed in sage and butter from the north, the tomato-rich ragùs and pastas of the southwest, and the multifaceted, seafood-laden cuisine of Sicily. The mysteries of Italian food culture will unravel as you learn to execute a perfect Neapolitan-style pizza at home or make the most sublime yet elemental cacio e pepe. Full of local color, history, and culture, plus evocative, sumptuous photography shot by Mimi's husband, Oddur Thorisson, Old World Italian transports you to a seat at the family's table in Italy, where you may never want to leave.
The Ethical Slut: A Guide to Infinite Sexual Possibilities est un livre écrit par Dossie Easton et Catherine A. Liszt (un pseudonyme de Janet Hardy), et publié pour la première fois en 1997. Il explique comment fonctionnent les relations non exclusives à long terme, et donne des conseils pour les mettre en pratique. Il est souvent cité comme fondamental pour le mouvement polyamoureux.
Réimpression du classique de l'histoire et de la critique architecturale consacré au concept de « mégastructure » à l'ère moderne. Dans cet ouvrage de 1976, le critique et historien Reyner Banham compile et analyse les propositions et les mythes ayant accompagné cette idée novatrice et visionnaire d'édifice à grande échelle aux innombrables utilisations et adaptations, cherchant à tracer son ascension enthousiaste, mais aussi sa chute rapide.
The New York Times bestselling author of My Paris Kitchen serves up more than 160 recipes for trendy cocktails, quintessential apéritifs, café favorites, complementary snacks, and more . Bestselling cookbook author, memoirist, and popular blogger David Lebovitz delves into the drinking culture of France in Drinking French . This beautifully photographed collection features 160 recipes for everything from coffee, hot chocolate, and tea to apéritifs such as Kir and Lillet, classic and modern cocktails from the hottest Paris bars, and creative infusions using fresh fruit and French liqueurs. And because the French can't imagine drinking without having something to eat alongside, David includes crispy, salty snacks to serve with your concoctions. Each recipe is accompanied by David's witty and informative stories about the ins and outs of life in France, as well as photographs taken on location in Paris and beyond. Whether you have a trip to France booked and want to know what and where to drink, or just want to infuse your next get-together with a little French flair, this rich and revealing guide will make you the toast of the town.
Ce volume analyse comment les extraterrestres ont envahi la culture pop sous toutes ses formes dans une étude historique qui s'étend sur plus de 100 an. Commençant par un aperçu du genre Alien Invasion et continuant à travers neuf chapitres riches en informations et images, cet ouvrage exhaustif permettra de retracer l'évolution de ces personnages dans la bande dessinée, la télévision ou encore le cinéma.
Un compte-rendu tout en images sur les filles de la scène skate contemporaine. De tous âges et de toutes origines, des novices aux pros, ce livre propose une banque de photos étonnates ainsi qu'une brève histoire illustrée du skate, et quelques tricks pour réussir ses figures.
Drawn from the author's experiences growing up in a Paris banlieue, a powerful, lyric debut that explores the diverse, often conflicting facets of her identity--French, Algerian, Muslim, lesbian.
The youngest daughter of Algerian immigrants, Fatima Daas is raised in a home where love and sexuality are considered taboo, and signs of affection avoided. Living in the majority-Muslim suburb of Clichy-sous-Bois, she often spends more than three hours a day on public transportation to and from the city, where she feels like a tourist observing Parisian manners. She goes from unstable student to maladjusted adult, doing four years of therapy--her longest relationship. But as she gains distance from her family and comes into her own, she grapples more directly with her attraction to women and how it fits with her religion, which she continues to practice. When Nina comes into her life, she doesn't know exactly what she needs but feels that something crucial has been missing.
This extraordinary first novel, anchored and buoyed by the refrain "My name is Fatima," is a vital portrait of a young woman finding herself in a modern world full of contradictions. Daas's journey to living her sexuality in spite of expectations about who she should be offers a powerful perspective on the queer experience.
The only monograph to chronicle the life and work of one of the most important figures in American landscape architecture.
Beatrix Farrand, the only female founder of the American Society of Landscape Architects, is one of the most important landscape architects of the early twentieth century. Today the scope of her work and her influence on the profession are widely acknowledged, and her gardens are being studied, restored, and opened to the public. A long-awaited updated edition of the 2009 definitive monograph, Beatrix Farrand: Garden Artist, Landscape Architect chronicles the life and work of one of the most important figures in American landscape architecture.
Born into a prominent New York family (she was Edith Wharton's niece), Farrand designed lavish gardens for the leaders of society, including the Harknesses, the Rockefellers, and the Blisses. Ultimately, her portfolio extended to college and university campuses, including Princeton, Yale, and the University of Chicago, and public gardens, the Santa Barbara Botanic Garden and the Rose Garden at the New York Botanical Garden among them. Her best-known design is the landscape at Dumbarton Oaks in Washington, D.C., originally a private residence with extensive grounds and now a research center for Harvard University surrounded by a naturalistic park restored and maintained by the National Park Service. Deeply influenced by the English garden designer Gertrude Jekyll, Farrand was known for broad expanses of lawn with deep swaths of borders planted in a subtle palette of foliage and flowers. In her public work, she adapted this design strategy to create paths and plantings that define the character of the space and the hecirculation through it.
Heavily illustrated with archival images and photographs of her gardens at their peak--many taken especially for this book, Beatrix Farrand: Garden Artist, Landscape Architect also displays beautiful watercolor wash renderings of her designs, now preserved at College of Environmental Design of the University of California at Berkeley. The new edition includes updated images that reflect the current state of gardens including the Peggy Rockefeller Rose Garden at the New York Botanical Garden, the International House Courtyard at the University of Chicago, Garland Farm (Farrand's last home and garden, which has recently been restored), Dumbarton Oaks, Dumbarton Oaks Park (which was not included in the first edition), among others.
The book concludes with a comprehensive list of Farrand's commissions and the gardens open to the public, providing direction for further study and exploration. It also features a new preface outlining the milestones in research since the first edition's publication, updated details about ownership and renovations of many properties, and a revised bibliography including articles and books published over the past ten years.
Published to coincide with the 150th anniversary of Farrand's birth and written by landscape historian and preservation consultant Judith B. Tankard, Beatrix Farrand: Garden Artist, Landscape Architect takes readers on a tour of Farrand's finest works, celebrating her influence on succeeding generations of women landscape architects.
Une oeuvre phare d'un artiste dont les dessins dans The New Yorker, LIFE, Harper's Bazaar et de nombreuses autres publications ont influencé toute une génération d'artistes et d'écrivains américains. Tout au long de sa carrière, Saul Steinberg a créé une série de livres uniques, formant une autobiographie visuelle continue, témoignant d'un regard amusé et aiguisé sur le monde et tout ce qui le constitue. Dans Le labyrinthe, d'abord publié en 1960, Steinberg disait « découvrir et inventer une grande variété d'événements », comme dans un inventaire. Cette réédition permet de redécouvrir le monde unique de cet artiste acclamé.
Bibliostyle parcourt en images certaines des collections de livres privées les plus époustouflantes au monde. Le volume présente des contributions de la designer d'intérieur Nina Freudenberger, de l'écrivaine new-yorkaise Sadie Stein et du photographe d'Architectural Digest, Shade Degges, et donne accès aux bibliothèques privées de lecteurs passionnés du monde entier tels que Larry McMurtry, Silvia Whitman de Shakespeare and Co., Gay et Nan. Talese et Emma Straub.
The owner of a beloved Paris wine shop, bar, and cafe shares the secrets of effortless French entertaining in this lushly photographed guide featuring 50 recipes for simple, grazing-style food. Inspired by the stylish, intimate, and laid-back vibes of La Buvette--a tiny wine shop that doubles as a bar and cafe--in Paris's 11th Arrondisment, this guide to wine, food, and Parisian lifestyle unlocks the secrets to achieveing that coveted je ne sais quoi style of entertaining, along with revealing the best of the City of Light. La Buvette's owner, Camille Fourmont, offers a look into her work journal, including the wine notes she uses to stock her shop and the incredible recipes she prepares in the shop's miniscule "kitchen" space. She also introduces some of Paris's best wine and food makers in intimate portraits. Included are fifty recipes for easy and delicious snacks and full meals perfect for impromptu grazing-style entertaining--with plenty of wine--such as Camille's "famous" Giant Beans with Citrus Zest; Pickled Egg with Furikake; Canned Sardines and Burnt Lemon; Baguette, Butter, and White Peach and Verbena Jam; and Crème Caramel. With tips on selecting wine and sourcing antique kitchenware, recreating the charm and ease of Parisian-style entertaining has never been so effortless. Whether you are traveling to Paris or bringing a piece of the City of Light into your home, you'll learn how to drink, eat, and shop like a true Parisian.
Frida Kahlo's legacy continues to grow in the public imagination in the nearly fifty years since her "discovery" in the 1970s. This collection of conversations over the course of her brief career allows a peek at the woman behind the hype. And allows us to see the image of herself she carefully crafted for the public. Frida Kahlo is now an icon. In the decades since her death, Kahlo has been celebrated as a proto-feminist, a misunderstood genius, and a leftist hero, but during her lifetime most knew her as ... Diego Rivera's wife. Featuring conversations with American scholar and Marxist, Bertram D. Wolfe, and art critic Raquel Tibol, this collection shows an artist undervalued, but also a woman in control of her image. From her timid beginnings after her first solo show, to a woman who confidently states that she is her only influence, the many faces of Kahlo presented here clearly show us the woman behind the "Fridamania" we know today.
Dans cet album jeunesse qui raconte une histoire sur Paris, lorsque Joséphine Harris décide que Paris est le lieu de vie qui lui convient, il suffit d'un simple coup de fil sur son téléphone magique pour l'y emmener. La ville lumière a ses cafés chics, des baguettes sous chaque bras, la tour Eiffel et une nouvelle famille fabuleuse qui a hâte de tout lui faire visiter.
"Just the thing to remind us that human history, though lamentably a work in progress, is always something we can understand better."--Sarah Ruden, translator of The Gospels and author of The Face of Water The historians of ancient Greece were pioneers of a new literary craft; their work stands among the world's most enduring and important legacies and forms the foundation of a major modern discipline. This highly readable edition includes new and newly revised translations of selections from Herodotus--often called the "father of history"--Thucydides, Xenophon, and Plutarch, the four greatest Greek innovators of historical narrative. Here the reader will find their most important, and most widely taught, passages collected in a single volume. The excerpts chart the landmark events of ancient Greece and provide a comprehensive account of the entire classical Greek age.
From the start the Greek historians demonstrated how broad and varied historical writing could be and brought their craft beyond a mere chronicle of past events. This volume explores each author's interest in religion, leadership, character, and the lessons of war. How, for instance, should readers interpret Herodotus' inclusion of speeches and dialogues, dreams, and oracles as part of the "factual" record? What did Thucydides understand about human nature that (as he said) stays constant throughout time? How did Plutarch frame historical biography as a means of depicting the moral qualities of great men?
Complete with introductions to the works of each historian, footnotes providing context and explaining obscurities, maps, and an appendix on the Greek conduct of war, this volume is an invaluable resource for students and passionate readers of history alike
Become self-reliant, live off the land, and be prepared for the unexpected in this modern guide to self-sufficiency and homesteading from New York Times bestselling author, retired Navy SEAL, and survival skills expert Clint Emerson.
"Add The Rugged Life by former Navy SEAL Clint Emerson to your library today and get on the path to independence and self-sufficiency."--Jack Carr, Navy SEAL Sniper and #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Devil's Hand Clint Emerson is the go-to expert for surviving the first minutes, hours, and days of a crisis. Now, in The Rugged Life, he works with modern homesteading experts to show you how to thrive over the long-term--for months, years, or even a lifetime--by being prepared and self-sufficient.
You can live the Rugged Life completely off-the-grid by farming your own food and using the waste from your toilet for compost. Or, you can live it by adding solar panels to your suburban home and keeping chickens and bees in your backyard. You can even live the Rugged Life in a city by simply gathering the salad for tonight's dinner from your windowsill garden. Each of these homesteading and prepper long-term survival skills stand on their own, and taken together, they can help you design the independent life you want for yourself and your family.
- Be your own homesteader: Make your own shampoo and face creams; pickle and ferment food; make natural bug spray and cleaning products; smoke meat; tan a hide - Be your own protector: Create a last-resort emergency plan; gather medicinal plants; protect against dangerous animals and threats; understand survival first aid - Be your own provider: Hunt for game; make a gillnet; set snares; forage for wild foods; build a rabbit hutch; ice fish; butcher a pig; keep bees - Be your own builder: Retrofit a van; set up solar, micohydro, and geothermal power; create a water catchment and filtration system; build a shipping container home - Be your own farmer: Grow a victory garden; build a greenhouse; waffle garden to save space and resources; build a root cellar; can, dry, and store crops; operate a tractor With hundreds of step-by-step, illustrated, self-sustaining skills and projects, The Rugged Life is for everyone who feels they can use more adventure, freedom, and choice in their life--everyone ready to get out of their comfort zone and try new, hard, profoundly rewarding things.