The Malt Whisky Almanac

Titre : The Malt Whisky Almanac
Auteur : Wallace Milroy
Éditeur : Neil Wilson Publishing
ISBN-13 : 1897784260
Libération : 1995

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A pocket guide to malt whisky that has been in publication for ten years. The author is a whisky connoisseur.

The Runaway Quilt

Titre : The Runaway Quilt
Auteur : Jennifer Chiaverini
Éditeur : Simon and Schuster
ISBN-13 : 9780743222266
Libération : 2002-03-26

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When Sylvia Compson discovers evidence of her ancestors' involvement with the Underground Railroad, it raises the historical issue of the use of quilts as a method of signalling fugitive slaves.

Shackleton s Whisky

Titre : Shackleton s Whisky
Auteur : Neville Peat
Éditeur : ReadHowYouWant
ISBN-13 : 1459657578
Libération : 2013-01-01

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The incredible tale of Antarctica, malt whisky and an epic journey. Sir Ernest Shackleton's world fame is founded on the Endurance expedition of 1914 - 17, an attempt to cross the Antarctic continent that was foiled by the crushing of his ship in pack ice. The heroics that followed ensured that Shackleton and his men would forever have a place in the annals of polar history and world exploration. But Shackleton had come south seven years prior, leading the 1907 British Antarctic Expedition and targeting the South Pole from the opposite side of Antarctica. Rarely did Shackleton consume strong drink, and on his expeditions he tolerated only a 'mild spree' at times of celebration. But in 1907 25 cases - 300 bottles - of Rare Old Highland Malt Whisky whisky, three cases of which would ultimately lie forgotten beneath his hut at Cape Royds in the McMurdo Sound region for over 100 years, were loaded aboard his ship the Nimrod. The discovery of the whisky in 2007, and its subsequent reblending by the Mackinlay distillery, inspired Neville Peat to rexamine and explore Shackleton's first Antarctic expedition, the 'heroic' era of Antarctic exploration, and the craft and lore behind Scotland's finest dram.

The Headspace Guide to Mindful Eating

Titre : The Headspace Guide to Mindful Eating
Auteur : Andy Puddicombe
Éditeur : Hachette UK
ISBN-13 : 9781444722246
Libération : 2012-05-24

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Formally The Headspace Diet, this book is designed to show you how to find your ideal weight in an easy, manageable and mindful way. It allows you to escape the endless diet trap by following simple yet potentially life-changing exercises in order to develop new effective habits and a much improved relationship with food and your body. The Headspace mission is to get as many people taking just 10 minutes out of their day to practise these powerful mindfulness techniques. Mindful eating is a key aspect of mindfulness and as you start to practise it you will notice profound results, both in terms of your shape but also your overall health and well being. Have you tried every diet going only to see the weight creep back on again? Do you feel guilty and anxious about eating certain foods? Or find yourself unable to resist that extra helping even if you're not actually that hungry? Are you unhappy with your body and how it looks and feels? Now is the time to stop what you're doing and try a different, healthy and brilliantly effective approach...