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A Survival Guide for Culinary Professionals

Author : Alan Gelb
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Well Done! A Survival Guide for Culinary Professionals is a lively, easy-to-read book that is full of anecdotes and useful information for the busy student or professional. With tips from culinary professionals on everything from organization to stress management to owning your own restaurant, this is one book busy students and professionals wont want to be without.

Welcome to Culinary School

Author : Daniel Traster
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Welcome to Culinary School: A Culinary Student Survival Guide is a must-read for every student in a professional culinary school or college-level culinary program. Welcome to Culinary School: A Culinary Student Survival Guide, 2/e delivers exactly what students need to know to thrive in culinary school and succeed in the culinary industry. More than a book on culinary jobs and certification requirements, it outlines a realistic blueprint of how to get more out of school, enhance one's credentials, and find a rewarding position within the field. A motivational tone and all new interviews help readers relate to the material and get the most up-to-date industry insight. Enhanced Suggested Tasks encourage readers to develop study skills, credentials, and strategies that will yield the ultimate goal-success in the culinary field. New content in the Second Edition includes: culinary environmental stewardship, using the internet for research, self-promotion through social media, portfolio creation and usage, updated culinary certification requirements, the impact of changing technology, and additional career paths. New PowerPoints help instructors lead their classes more easily. A must-read for every student in culinary school or a college-level culinary program, Welcome to Culinary School helps students succeed in and out of the classroom.

Nutrition Diva s Grocery Store Survival Guide

Author : Monica Reinagel
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Previously published as part of Nutrition Diva's Secrets for a Healthy Diet. Tired of trying to figure out whether processed food is all unhealthy or whether there are "healthier" option? Want to know which type of milk, or cereals, or meats are best so that food shopping is easier? Millions of people already eat, look, and feel better thanks to popular podcast host and board-certified nutritionist Monica Reinagel. In her highly-anticipated grocery store guidebook she sorts through all the conflicting nutrition information out there—so you'll know exactly what to shop for (and what to avoid) once and for all. Monica walks you through every aisle of the grocery store to answer questions such as: "Which organic foods are worth the extra cost?"

The Stay at Home Survival Guide

Author : Melissa Stanton
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Melissa Stanton’s The Stay-at-Home Survival Guide is an all-encompassing, truth-telling how-to book that addresses the many practical and psychological issues facing stay-at-home moms today. How do you create time for yourself? Is there really time to do it all (feed the kids, keep them busy, clean the house, balance the checkbook, and take a shower)? How do you deal with the absence of the “professional you"? An invaluable resource for mothers, The Stay-at-Home Survival Guide includes interviews with stay-at-home moms, discussions with experts (family therapists, educators, medical specialists, career counselors), checklists to help you make the most of your time and keep you balanced, and Melissa Stanton’s own experiences leaving a career as an editor for People magazine to become a stay-at-home mom herself.


Author : Alex Soojung-Kim Pang
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In our 24-7 global economy, rest feels like a luxury at best and a weakness at worst. We see work and rest as competitors - but what if they're actually partners in a productive, balanced life? Blending rigorous scientific research with examples of writers, painters and thinkers - from Darwin to Stephen King - Silicon Valley futurist and business consultant Alex Soojung-Kim Pang exposes how we've underestimated the power of rest for our success. Though it's as natural as breathing, it's also a skill we can all learn to boost our creativity and productivity. Full of tips for upping our downtime, from sleep to hobbies to vacation, Rest is a new roadmap for finding renewed energy and inspiration, and getting more done.

The DSM 5 Survival Guide A Navigational Tool for Mental Health Professionals

Author : Joan Atwood, Ph.D., Kathryn Busch, MFT
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The book will help you navigate the DSM-5. It will assist you in learning the diagnoses as they are required by agencies and the insurance companies in order to obtain reimbursement for services. Each chapter presents the more common disorders as they are typically encountered in agencies. It is a book for mental health and human service professionals--graduate students in social work, marriage and family counseling, psychology, and mental health counselors. It is also a book for the experienced practitioner, psychiatrists, psychologists and other mental health professionals who want to stay grounded in traditional psychology or systems theory but often are required to present cases or diagnose from an individual or psychodynamic point of view. The book imparts technical knowledge in a non-technical view. it is based on the feedback from graduated students as they enter the mental health fields, and based on discussions with experienced professionals. Looking though the framework presented in this book allows practitioners to see individuals within a context and to free them from mutually exclusive outlook. Each chapter is separated into the following format: (1) a presentation of the disorder, along with the symptoms as they are typically presented, (2) a case history of someone who exhibits the disorder, (3) a description of how a therapist can recognize the disorder- for example, what does a depressed person look like, (4) a description of how the client feels, (5) The client’s dilemma, (6) A brief explanation of the theories used to describe the etiology of the disorder, (7) An assessment from an individual lens, (8) An assessment from a systemic lens, (9) A list of individually based therapeutic strategies, (10) and a list of family therapy strategies that could be used for treating the client.

Make Me Gluten Free in 30 minutes My Cooking Survival Guide 1

Author : Nelly Baker
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YOUR LIFE-CHANGING BEGINNERS-GUIDE GLUTEN-FREE COOKBOOK TO EFFORTLESSLY FEELING GREAT AND LOSING WEIGHT! This guide will teach you everything you need to know about starting a gluten-free lifestyle - in just half an hour. It also contains 30 delicious and simple gluten-free recipes which take no more than 30 minutes to prepare and cook. *** In a gluten food funk? Take charge with this book and banish gluten from your life forever! Gluten allergies are just the pits, right? This cookbook and lifestyle guide will change everything! Break free and start living life by following this guide to make your gluten allergy symptoms just a memory. You’ll be enjoying quick and easy gluten-free chicken , beef, fish, lamb, pork and vegetarian feasts in no time! Break the gluten-sickness cycle and put taste back on your menu! *** Make Me Gluten-Free… in 30 Minutes! will teach you EVERYTHING you need to know about starting your new gluten-free lifestyle in … you guessed it, 30 minutes (or less)! In addition, this beginner’s cookbook contains 30 simple and scrumptious original gluten-free recipes that will take no more than 30 minutes to prepare! Inside this book YOU’LL DISCOVER: No medical jargon! This lifestyle guide/cookbook is written in clear, simple language that you can finish in just half an hour! 30 simple step-by-step original gluten-free recipes Your no. 1 key ingredient to success – you get a simple, clear understanding of gluten and why it makes you feel sick How to beat gluten and NEVER suffer gluten sickness again HOW TO AVOID the serious health conditions linked to celiac disease, including diabetes, heart disease and autoimmune diseases A COMPLETE gluten-free diet how-to guide A detailed list of gluten-free foods, including meats, dairy, safe grains and spices Top answers to the most Frequently Asked Questions about gluten intolerance 30 easy, delicious Gluten-Free recipes that even beginners can cook in just 30 minutes Everything you need to create BEAUTIFUL BEEF dishes, including my ‘Seattle Teriyaki Beefsteak Salad’, and ‘Red Alert Beef Curry’recipes CHICKEN DISHES that will have them begging for more, including my ‘Alabama Sweet Chili Chicken’ and ‘Hawaiian Mango Chicken’ No-fuss FISH RECIPES which will hit the spot, including my ‘Grizzly Bear Salad’ and ‘Big Bayou Shrimp’ creations! Recipe guides to create the PERFECT PORK dinner, including my ‘Frisco Pork with Golden Gateway Apple’ and ‘Wiseguy Pork Tenderloin’ SUCCULENT LAMB recipes that really work, including ‘Rocky Mountain Lamb Chops’ and ‘Mississippi Lamb Burgers’ Stress-free VEGETARIAN FEASTS, including my ‘Al Capone Risotto’ and ‘Gold Rush Stir Fry’ recipes! So, what are you waiting for? Get yourself a copy of Make Me Gluten-Free… in 30 Minutes! and you’ll be feeling great and losing weight before you know it!

American Book Publishing Record

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Hands On With Google Data Studio

Author : Lee Hurst
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Learn how to easily transform your data into engaging, interactive visual reports! Data is no longer the sole domain of tech professionals and scientists. Whether in our personal, business, or community lives, data is rapidly increasing in both importance and sheer volume. The ability to visualize all kinds of data is now within reach for anyone with a computer and an internet connection. Google Data Studio, quickly becoming the most popular free tool in data visualization, offers users a flexible, powerful way to transform private and public data into interactive knowledge that can be easily shared and understood. Hands On With Google Data Studio teaches you how to visualize your data today and produce professional quality results quickly and easily. No previous experience is required to get started right away—all you need is this guide, a Gmail account, and a little curiosity to access and visualize data just like large businesses and organizations. Clear, step-by-step instructions help you identify business trends, turn budget data into a report, assess how your websites or business listings are performing, analyze public data, and much more. Practical examples and expert tips are found throughout the text to help you fully understand and apply your new knowledge to a wide array of real-world scenarios. This engaging, reader-friendly guide will enable you to: Use Google Data Studio to access various types of data, from your own personal data to public sources Build your first data set, navigate the Data Studio interface, customize reports, and share your work Learn the fundamentals of data visualization, personal data accessibility, and open data API's Harness the power of publicly accessible data services including Google’s recently released Data Set Search Add banners, logos, custom graphics, and color palettes Hands On With Google Data Studio: A Data Citizens Survival Guide is a must-have resource for anyone starting their data visualization journey, from individuals, consultants, and small business owners to large business and organization managers and leaders.

The National Culinary Review

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Gluten Free Cooking For Dummies

Author : Danna Korn
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Prepare gluten-free dishes that are delicious and nutritious Want to create tasty gluten-free meals and snacks? Gluten-Free Cooking For Dummies is loaded with more than 150 wheat-and gluten-free recipes. These sweet, spicy, and aromatic dishes prove that living the gluten-free lifestyle can be not only fun and easy, but delicious and nutritious too! This practical, guide shows you how to find and select the right ingredients and prepare classic healthy dishes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert. You'll find out what you can and can't use in gluten-free cooking, learn to spot the hidden gluten in foods, discover surprising ways to save money when you go shopping, and even manage your weight. You'll also learn how to convert your current favorite recipes to gluten-free delights using ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen. Covers the medical, practical, and emotional aspects of living gluten-free Includes more than 150 tasty recipes, including gluten-free ethnic dishes and a section of quick and easy starter recipes, which is new to this edition Shows you how to boost nutrition and flavor in your dishes Gives you the know-how to make any meal gluten free Complete with delightful lists of gluten-free comfort foods and kid's favorites, as well as tips for converting a kitchen to a gluten-free workspace, Gluten-Free Cooking For Dummies is the best way yet to stay happy, healthy, well-fed, and wheatless!

Home Care Survival Guide

Author : Kay Green
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Increasingly, clinical nursing care is being provided in the home. This basic introduction to home care demonstrates how to begin the visit, how home care differs from hospital care, and which concerns are unique to the home setting. The text focuses on the central aspects of home care, and provides six real-life case studies. Charts and tables are used throughout to summarize information and highlight key points. Every chapter concludes with a summary, posing questions for consideration, or a post test and answer sheet.

The SIDS Survival Guide

Author : Joani Nelson Horchler
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About 4,000 American babies still die of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome annually, & each death is estimated to significantly affect 100 people. This comprehensive, 19-chapter anthology of articles & poems by SIDS experts & SIDS families is written primarily for bereaved families, but, as BOOKLIST says, is "also a primer for all prospective parents." LIBRARY JOURNAL says, "Horchler & Morris have compiled an outstanding collection. The writing is moving, helpful & hopeful. This exceptional book will be useful in every library." This book is also highly endorsed by SIDS International, the national SIDS Alliance, the Canadian Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths, the Association of SIDS & Infant Mortality Programs, many doctors, & many bereaved parents. It details what everyone should know about SIDS & discusses the Back to Sleep campaign & reducing risks of SIDS. Comprehensive chapters address parents, siblings, grandparents, child-care providers, police, emergency responders, counselors, clergy, & funeral directors. Among other chapter subjects: Anger, guilt, surviving anniversaries, monitoring of subsequent babies, dreams & premonitions, finding professional & peer support (including on the Internet) & moving forward. Order from SIDS Educational Services, 2905 64th Avenue, Cheverly, MD 20785. (Phone: 301-773-9671; FAX: 301-322-2620).

Department Head s Survival Guide

Author : Michael D. Koehler
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Practical advice for a total quality management approach. Reproducible checklists, flow charts, & other materials help with budgeting, evaluating, designing a curriculum, & much more.

A Parent s Survival Guide

Author : Harriet W. Hodgson
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Food Arts

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Reengineering Survival Guide

Author : Andrew J. DuBrin
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Learn how to lead and manage people in an organization that values process over departments and horizontal organization over vertical structure. DuBrin suggests specific ways and provides tools to free yourself from traditional management paradigms and grasp the new leadership protocol.

The Bar bat Mitzvah Survival Guide

Author : Randi Reisfeld
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Explains the meaning and significance of the bar/bat mitzvah service, discusses how parents can help children prepare for the event, and offers practical advice on planning a celebration

Jackie Mason Raoul Felder s Survival Guide to New York City

Author : Jackie Mason
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A humorous survival guide to New York City for both visitors and natives offers advice on avoiding the city's dangers while getting the most out of the best places without getting lost

Job Hunter s Sourcebook

Author : Bohdan Romaniuk
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Here is the essential, updated resource job seekers need to develop a complete strategy for their job searches. Alphabetically arranged by career, the Sourcebook lists sources of help wanted ads, employer directories, employment agencies, placement services, electronic resources, and other information sources for 216 specific careers. New profiles on careers such as event planner, forensic scientist and tissue engineer have been added as well. Also included are helpful e-mail and Web site addresses, along with new information on networking to further assist users in their searches.