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Beans


Beans


$21.99


Beans is the story of The El Espresso, a legend in its own time in Seattle and a coffee company that has prospered by intentionally staying small, inspiring fanatical customer loyalty in the process. Told over the span of a single day, it follows The El’s founder, Jack Hartman, through a business crisis that will challenge him and make him clear on why he does what he does. Unsure of whether he has lost the passion needed to sustain his business, Jack hires a consultant who flies to Seattle to “help” him but in reality bears witness to the secrets of good business, whether it’s a company of 20 employees or 20,000. In the process, Jack learns about “the Four Ps” and how applying these universal principles can reenergize his employees, his customers, and even himself. Though fictionalized, this is a true story in the best sense of the word. It arrives at a time when people are yearning to return to honest ways of doing business—before corporate dominance, inflated executive salaries, accounting trickery, and outright greed became so much a part of our everyday business headlines. It is the story of how a pushcart David up against the corporate Goliaths succeeded by focusing on what is core to good business and a good life: honoring customers, trusting employees, building passion around a product, and turning an honest profit.

Green Beans


Green Beans


$8.49


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Cool Beans


Cool Beans


$6.99


For fans of Captain Underpants and Diary of a Wimpy Kid , this sequel to The Adventures of Beanboy combines comic illustrations, a small-town bully facing off against a budding artist, and a rousing, decisive game of dodge ball.

Sally's Beans


Sally’s Beans


$35.89


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Heirloom Beans


Heirloom Beans


$18.99


Who would have thought a simple bean could do so much? Heirloom bean expert Steve Sando provides descriptions of the many varieties now available, from Scarlet Runners to the spotted Eye of the Tiger beans. Nearly 90 recipes in the book will entice readers to cook up bowls of heartwarming Risotto and Cranberry Beans with Pancetta, or Caribbean Black Bean Soup. Close-up photos of the beans make them easy to identify. Packed with protein, fiber, and vitamins, these little treasures are the perfect addition to any meal.

Full of Beans


Full of Beans


$12.68


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Frank 'n' Beans


Frank ‘n’ Beans


$22.79


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Glass, Paper, Beans


Glass, Paper, Beans


$12.35


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The Beans & Grains Bible


The Beans & Grains Bible


$16.99


Beans and grains have been part of the human diet for centuries. Many stories exist of ancient cultures using these foods not only for sustenance, but also in ritual. The Beans & Grains Bible is a complete source of information on enjoying this naturally nutritious cuisine in your own home. Expert tips on choosing the best produce, storage ideas, and tasty recipes will help you make sure your family gets their daily requirement of these valuable food groups.

Vanilla Beans And Brodo


Vanilla Beans And Brodo


$9.99


When Isobel Dusi visited Italy with her Australian husband Lou, little did they imagine that life would change forever. But, utterly besotted with the fragrant warmth and good-natured conviviality of Southern Tuscany, they decided to sell up their lives in the big city and move thousands of miles to follow the dream of a life more in keeping with ancient rhythms and time-honoured traditions of the Mediterranean. After months of searching they settled upon Montalcino, an intriguing hilltop medieval village with a reputation for some of the finest wine in Italy. VANILLA BEANS AND BRODO is an account of Isobel’s hard-won acceptance into this tempestuous, warm-hearted and proudly independent community, whose voluble passions for home grown wine and Tuscan cuisine, for football and ancient traditions and festivals, puts paid to the myth that life in rural Tuscany is tranquil. Isobel and Lou are gradually transformed into Isabella and Luigi in this charming account of Tuscan village life that really gets to the beating heart of an Italian community – its joys, pleasures, anxieties, but above all, its absorbing eccentricities.

How Many Jelly Beans?


How Many Jelly Beans?


$13.99


How many jelly beans are enough? How many are too many? Aiden and Emma can’t decide. Is 10 enough? How about 1,000? That’s a lot of jelly beans. But eaten over a whole year, it’s only two or three a day. This giant picture book offers kids a fun and easy way to understand large numbers. Starting with 10, each page shows more and more colorful candies, leading up to a big surpriseONE MILLION JELLY BEANS! With bright illustrations, How Many Jelly Beans? makes learning about big numbers absolutely scrumptious!

Frank and Beans


Frank and Beans


$1.99


This level 2 I Can Read book written by Kathy-jo Wargin is a must-have for early readers! Teaching a lesson in caring and kindness, readers follow young animal-lover Frank, in a fun adventure. Frank has always wanted a puppy. The old hound Beans was not the dog he had in mind. Will Beans find a home in Frank’s heart?

Beans in Snow


Beans in Snow


$17.46


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Meat And Beans


Meat And Beans


$22.26


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Cooking with Dried Beans


Cooking with Dried Beans


$3.95


Since 1973, Storey’s Country Wisdom Bulletins have offered practical, hands-on instructions designed to help readers master dozens of country living skills quickly and easily. There are now more than 170 titles in this series, and their remarkable popularity reflects the common desire of country and city dwellers alike to cultivate personal independence in everyday life.

Beans on the Roof


Beans on the Roof


$5.99


Anna Bean goes to the roof in search of inspiration, and soon her family will follow her into a new world just a few floors above their home The Bean children are not allowed to play on the roof of their apartment building. One evening Anna Bean goes up to the roofnot to play, but to be alone so she can write a poem for school. Her poetry writing fever is contagious; one by one, the rest of the Bean family visits the roof to write amongst pigeons and tall buildingsall except George, who can’t think of anything to write about. Beans on the Roof is a wonderful, inspiring story for young readers with a passion for creative writing. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Betsy Byars including rare images from the author’s personal collection. Images from previously published versions of this contenthave been removed to avoid copyright infringement.

Beans of Budapest


Beans of Budapest


$15.26


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A Handful of Beans


A Handful of Beans


$13.49


No Synopsis Available

Beans A History


Beans A History


$8.73


No Synopsis Available

The Magic Beans


The Magic Beans


$20.34


No Synopsis Available

Beans and Field Peas


Beans and Field Peas


$12.74


Robust and delicious, beans and field peas have graced the tables of southerners for generations, making daily appearances on vegetable plates, sideboards, and lunch counters throughout the region. Indeed, all over the world, people rich, poor, or in between rely on legumes, the comforting “culinary equalizer,” as Sandra A. Gutierrez succinctly puts it. Her collection of fifty-one recipes shines a fresh light on this sustaining and infinitely varied staple of ordinary life, featuring classic southern, contemporary, and international dishes. Gutierrez, who delights with culinary history, cultural nuance, and entertaining stories, observes that what has long been a way of life for so many is now trendy. As the farm-to-fork movement has taken off, food lovers are revisiting the heirloom varieties of beans and peas, which are becoming the nutrition-packed darlings of regional farmers, chefs, and home cooks. Celebrating all manner of southern beans and field peas–and explaining the difference between the two–Gutierrez showcases their goodness in dishes as simple as Red Beans and Rice, as contemporary as Mean Bean Burgers with Chipotle Mayo, and as globally influenced as Butter Bean Risotto.

Black Beans 'n Rice


Black Beans ‘n Rice


$17.41


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Beans to Chocolate


Beans to Chocolate


$22.31


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Magic Beans Wall Stickers


Magic Beans Wall Stickers


$132


Emner:Tegneserie; Anbefalt Plasstilpasning:Pigev?relse,Drengev?relse,Baderom,Soverom,Stue; Farge:Multi-farge; Funksjoner:H?jde klisterm?rker; Type:Fly v?gklisterm?rker; Materialer:PVC; Dimensjoner:24″ x 35″(60cm x 90cm); Frakt Vegt (kg):0.5; Egenskab:Kan fjernes,Vaskbar

Red Beans and Vice


Red Beans and Vice


$7.99


Chef and restaurateur Heaven Lee has gotten into plenty of scrapes in her hometown of Kansas City, Missouri. This time around, she’s cooking up trouble in New Orleans while visiting to help the Sisters of the Holy Trinity hold their annual benefit dinner. The convent is having financial problems and only Heaven Lee’s culinary creativity can offer hope. Unfortunately, before she can really get cooking, Heaven’s old friend Mary’s husband, HeavelkjTruely Whitten, coffee importer and native New Orleanian, is found murdered with Heaven’s own knife. To make matters worse, the convent’s sacred cross simultaneously turns up missing. When she becomes the prime suspect, Heaven has no choice but to put her pots and pans aside and pursue the villain in order to both clear her own name and get dinner on the table in time for the big benefit. Heaven’s smart, saucy attitude spurs her on in the search for the vicious murderer as well as for the perfect New Orleans dish to serve the Sisters. When all else fails, she finds the answers to both puzzles right under her own nose, saving the day and serving up a new signature Heaven Lee dish, Nola Pie. The delectable dessert is guaranteed to tantalize readers’ taste buds and the satisfying mystery will leave them begging for seconds.

Spilling the beans


Spilling the beans


$23.99


The study of food in literature complicates established critical positions. Both a libidinal pleasure and the ultimate commodity, food in fiction can represent sex as well as money and brings the body and the marketplace together in ways that are sometimes obvious and sometimes unsettling. ‘Spilling the Beans’ explores these relations in the context of late eighteenth and early nineteenth century women’s fiction, where concerns about bodily, economic and intellectual productivity and consumption power decades of novels, conduct books and popular medicine.The introduction suggests ways in which attention to food in these texts might complicate recent developments in literary theory and criticism, while the body of the book is devoted to close readings of novels and children’s stories by Frances Burney, Mary Wollstonecraft, Maria Edgeworth and Susan Ferrier.This book will be of interest to scholars and students of eighteenth and nineteenth century literature, women’s studies and material culture.

Dry Beans and Pulses


Dry Beans and Pulses


$197.99


The common beans and pulses are diverse food resources of high nutritional value (protein, energy, fiber and vitamins and minerals) with broad social acceptance. These legume crops demonstrate global adaptability, genotypic and phenotypic diversity, and multiple means of preparation and dietary use.  Beans and pulses are produced in regions as diverse as Latin America, Africa, Asia, and North America, and on a scale similar to some other crops, such as wheat, corn, rice and soybeans. Numerous factors influence utilization, including bean type and cultivar selection, cropping environment and systems, storage conditions and handling infrastructure, processing and final product preparation.  Nutrient content and bio-availability are dramatically influenced by these conditions.  In recent years, beans and pulses have been cited for imparting specific positive health potentiating responses, such as hypocholesteremic response, mitigation of diabetes and colonic cancer, and weight control. Enhanced dry bean utilization focused on improved dietary health is an opportunity within both subsistent and developed populations. This book provides a contemporary source of information that brings together current knowledge and practices in the value chain of beans/pulses production, processing, and nutrition.  It provides in-depth coverage of a wide variety of pertinent topics including: breeding, postharvest technologies, composition, processing technologies, food safety, quality, nutrition, and significance in human health.  An experienced team of over 25 contributors from North America, Asia, and Africa has written 15 chapters, divided into three sections: Overview, production and postharvest technologies of beans and pulses Composition, value-added processing and quality Culinology, nutrition, and significance in human health Contributors come from a field of diverse disciplines, including crop sciences, food science and technology, food biochemistry, food engineering, nutritional sciences, and culinology. Dry Beans and Pulses Production, Processing and Nutrition is an essential resource for scientists, processors and nutritionists, whatever the work setting.
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