In „Rum: Shake Muddle Stir´´ stellt Dan Jones seinen Lesern die besten Rumproduzenten der Welt vor, ebenso wie einige der aufregendsten Mischungen, die sich aus der Spirituose herstellen lassen. Perfekt für alle Fans des klassischen Cuba Libre, die gerne etwas Neues entdecken möchten. Diese Cocktails auf Rumbasis besitzen nicht nur Stil und Geschmack, es sind wahre Alleskönner: Von der erfrischend-fruchtigen Pina Colada, die an die entspannten Strände von Hawaii erinnert, bis hin zu den dunklen, stürmischen Geschmacksnoten der unartigen Dirty Little Ruby – eine perfekte Mischung aus süß und sauer. Mit all den Klassikern, wie Mai Tai, Negroni und dem köstlichen Hot Rum Toddy, inspiriert Dan seine Leser im Handumdrehen zu abenteuerlicheren Mischungen, wie dem gehaltvollen Yuzu Ginger Daiquiri. Mit mehr als 40 betörenden Cocktails und Rezepten für Sirups, Sours, Tees und vieles mehr zeigt „Rum: Shake Muddle Stir´´, wie vielseitig die goldfarbene Spirituose ist und beweist, dass es für jeden Geschmack ein Getränk auf Rumbasis gibt, das nur darauf wartet, entdeckt zu werden.
10 Ways to Use Muddle (Recipe Book): Natashia Burdette, Sam Enrico
The Education Muddle and the Way Out:A Constructive Criticism of English Educational Machinery (Classic Reprint) Sidney Webb
Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of Muddle Earth. As the third moon rises over Muddle Earth´s Perfumed Bog, the twinkling lights are lit on a small houseboat, home to a wizard, Randalf, and his familiar, a very sarcastic budgie called Veronica. Randalf is in trouble: he´s stony broke. He´s just spent his last silver pipsqueak. There´s only one way for a wizard to make cash on Muddle Earth, and that´s by doing some magic.There´s just one problem: Randalf has lost his spell book. He´s just got a fragment of paper with half a spell on it, telling him how to summon a Great Warrior Hero. The last one, Quentin the Cake-Baker, wasn´t a great success. But this time, it´s going to be different.Meanwhile, life is about to change beyond recognition for Joe Jefferson, an ordinary schoolboy on ordinary Earth, and his dog, Henry. He is about to be introduced to a world of ogres and goblins, batbirds, pink stinky hogs, flying cupboards, and terrifying teddy bears. 1. Language: English. Narrator: John Sessions. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/macm/000180de/bk_rhde_002536_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
By analysing case studies through the lens of new constructivist Institutionalist perspective, this book sheds new light on the failure of EU policies in the Mediterranean. It suggests that these failures are the result of problems at the very heart of EU
By analysing case studies through the lens of new constructivist Institutionalist perspective, this book sheds new light on the failure of EU policies in the Mediterranean. It suggests that these failures are the result of problems at the very heart of EU policy-making which clearly privilege economic concerns over social concerns.
Improbable killers. A stubborn and relentless detective. Misleading evidence. To muddle the waters, a tempting young woman worms her way in the cold detective´s heart. McNamara, a Scottish C.I., fights crime in the streets of Edinburgh and in its suburbs. Diagnosed with Asperger as a child, the detective is meticulous, cold and dedicated. He is interested in doing his job and is a master in avoiding any kind of sentimental involvement. In the first novel, the C.I. chases an elusive killer who blends well with the people on the Nightingale Street and makes the police run in circle. A scream wakes up everyone living on Nightingale Street and unleashes a series of events that will dig up secrets and turn the peaceful suburban street into a living nightmare. People won't know where or who to turn to. General mistrust accompanies the man hunt. Surprisingly, the Chief-Inspector, known to everyone as a cold man, seems to lose his mind when he meets a young woman caught in the events. The second novel of the series will baffle you. Nothing is what it seems to be. A beheaded victim leads to revealing a sordid story. Throw a new crime in the middle, and you may get lost in the evidence. Follow McNamara and his team in his quest to find a bold murderer. Even though many might think the killer should be decorated, McNamara must follow the letter of the law. A shy love story seasons the darkness of the crimes. If you love a good traditional crime story, then this is the book to you. Buy it and spend a nice afternoon – or two with a compelling and riveting story. Join McNamara in his hunt and fall in love with the young woman that catches his eye. Intrigue, suspense and cynical humor, together with unique characters, create a thrilling atmosphere.
'Sorcery and sanctity;' said Ambrose, 'these are the only realities. Each is an ecstasy, a withdrawal from the common life.' Cotgrave listened, interested. He had been brought by a friend to this mouldering house in a northern suburb, through an old garden to the room where Ambrose the recluse dozed and dreamed over his books. 'Yes;' he went on, 'magic is justified of her children. There are many, I think, who eat dry crusts and drink water, with a joy infinitely sharper than anything within the experience of the ´´practical´´ epicure.' 'You are speaking of the saints?' 'Yes; and of the sinners, too. I think you are falling into the very general error of confining the spiritual world to the supremely good; but the supremely wicked, necessarily, have their portion in it. The merely carnal, sensual man can no more be a great sinner than he can be a great saint. Most of us are just indifferent, mixed-up creatures; we muddle through the world without realizing the meaning and the inner sense of things, and, consequently, our wickedness and our goodness are alike second-rate, unimportant.'