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Create easy and delicious meals for two with Slow Cooking for Two. If you're short on time, few in numbers, and craving the comfort of a home-cooked meal, Slow Cooking for Two is here to save the day. Slow Cooking for Two offers 101 easy recipes meant for just two people, including soups, stews, casseroles, desserts, and more. Slow Cooking for Two will save you time and money with simple and delicious meals that are flavorful without requiring hours of preparation. Slow Cooking for Two will give you all the tools you need to start enjoying slow cooking for two people, with: 101 easy slow cooker recipes specifically designed for 11/2 and 2-quart slow cookers Comforting Slow Cooking for Two recipes, including Minestrone Soup, Beef Bourguignon, Chicken Pot Pie, Mac and Cheese, and Turtle Brownies Easy one-pot meals, including Short Ribs with Polenta and Meat Loaf with Potatoes Practical techniques for slow cooking for two, including shopping lists, and food preparation and storage tips Slow Cooking for Two will make it easy for you (and one more!) to enjoy delicious and hassle-free meals."
This new Step-by-Step cookbook series provides a wide choice of great value recipe books covering everything from soups and curries to cakes and breads. In Cooking on a Budget, whether you try Potato & Goats' Cheese Tart, Russian Fish Pie or Chilli Con Carne with Crispy-skinned Potatoes you can rest assured that you will be guided in using your slow cooker every step of the way, with photographs and easy-to-follow methods.
At present Europe lacks innovative companies, which grow quickly and end up big, as pointed out in The Economist. This book examines SME growth, innovation and success, to suggest that fast-growing firms can offer a major contribution to the recovery of a European economy. The contributors examine eleven case studies from Italian firms, breaking it up into three parts: context, actors and strategy. The topics discussed include entrepreneurship and technological clusters, innovative start-ups and growth factors, and family firms as the incubators of new ventures.Students and scholars of entrepreneurship and other related disciplines will find this book to be of interest. It will also be of use to practitioners in the field, working with and alongside SMEs.
Hooray! It's Friday Night! That is what Penelope thinks until she learns that all of her friends have something else to do. Alone in the house and with nobody to play with, Penelope mopes around her bedroom when up pops Marguerite, who "claims" to be an excellent French chef. Ignoring her mother's rules, Penelope joins Marguerite in the kitchen and with the ring of a mysterious bell and a sprinkle of magical spices; Penelope's world is flipped upside down! As strange and funny things begin to happen, somewhere along the way the "secret" cooking club is formed. And you know what they say about secrets? Some secrets are big, some secrets are small...and some are just too funny to keep to yourself!
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