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Two for the Dough (A Stephanie Plum Novel)
Janet Evanovich
0671001795
August 1996
Mass Market Paperback
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From Publishers Weekly
Return of sassy New Jersey bounty hunter Stephanie Plum in Evanovich's followup to One for the Money. Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc.

From Library Journal
Evanovich's first novel, One for the Money (Macmillan, 1994), introduced Stephanie Plum, a gutsy heroine who wormed her way into a job with her bond-agent cousin Vinnie. With the aid of vice cop Joe and her Grandma Mazur, Stephanie pursues a bail jumper and knows that a vice cop wants them both. A winning adventure.Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.

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Three Plums In One: One for the Money, Two for the Dough, Three to Get Deadly
Janet Evanovich
0743216393
April 2001
Hardcover
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Review
USA Today Many writers create good characters, but to create hilariously funny ones virtually bristling with believable sexual electricity -- that's the achievement.
The New York Times Book Review Big hair, gold hoop earrings, Spandex bike shorts, and attitude out to here -- Stephanie kind of glows in the dark in Janet Evanovich's hip-swinging genre debut.
The Washington Post A blast of fresh air.
Detroit Free Press Superb.
Kirkus Reviews Evanovich never met a felony she couldn't top with an unbeatable laugh.

Review
USA Today Many writers create good characters, but to create hilariously funny ones virtually bristling with believable sexual electricity -- that's the achievement.

The New York Times Book Review Big hair, gold hoop earrings, Spandex bike...



Mudworks: Creative Clay, Dough, and Modeling Experiences (Bright Ideas for Learning)
MaryAnn F. Kohl
0935607021
March 1992
Paperback
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Cookie Dough Delights: More than 150 Foolproof Recipes for Cookies, Bars, and Other Treats Made with Refrigerated Cookie Dough
Camilla V. Saulsbury
1581823932
June 2004
Paperback
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New York Daily News 6/23/04
...a nearly foolproof way to end up with a great dessert for a picnic, barbecue or alfresco dinner party.

Boston Herald 6/9/04
...as we paged through...we found ourselves first intrigued, then hooked. Many of the recipes are unexpectedly sophisticated...

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Making Dough
Kirk Kazanjian
0471432091
Jan 2004
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
Although it began humbly in 1937, Krispy Kreme and its 300 retail outlets in America sell more than two billion doughnuts a year. Seeking the secrets of Krispy Kreme's enormous success, Kazanjian and Joyner, both business writers, offer a tantalizing taste of the corporate strategies that have established the company's reputation. Drawing on interviews with company employees, business professors and customers, the authors discover that the recipe for Krispy Kreme's sweet success contains 12 major ingredients, such as "mix good taste with show business," "maintain high standards," "expand and protect your brand" and "give back to the community." As the authors point out, the company has very shrewdly customized its stores down to the windows that provide an opportunity to watch the process of doughnut making. Such...


Two for the Dough (A Stephanie Plum Novel)
Janet Evanovich
0684196387
November 1995
Hardcover
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From Publishers Weekly
Sassy, brassy Stephanie Plum, the bounty hunter from Trenton, N.J., introduced to acclaim in last year's One for the Money, returns to track a bond jumper through her blue-collar neighborhood known as the "burg." A local funeral home, a slimy undertaker and mutilated corpses figure large in the search for Kenny Mancuso, who, having shot an old high-school friend in the knee, posted bail with Stephanie's boss, her cousin, and then disappeared. When the old friend is shot again, fatally, Stephanie reluctantly joins forces with her sexy enemy and love interest, Trenton homicide cop Joe Morelli. While looking for Kenny, Stephanie also searches for 24 caskets stolen from Spiro Stiva, heir apparent of Stiva's Mortuary and also a high-school buddy of Kenny's. As body parts, cut from "clients" on view at Stiva's, are...


Today's Technician
Douglas Vidler
0766848647
Aug 2003
Paperback
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Book Description
This comprehensive training and education package focuses on the major engine systems affecting engine performance and driveability, with topics ranging from engine basics to fuel, ignition, and OBD-II systems. Various manufacturers' vehicle systems are represented to illustrate the similarities and differences technicians will encounter today. Current and thoroughly-updated system information and diagnostic strategies in this edition, added to help students keep pace with emerging technologies, include: a new systematic approach to diagnosing problems; updated scanner information; new engine technology, including the throttle actuator control system; new magneto resistive sensors; recent emission inspection requirements and mandates specifically regarding OBD II; expanded discussion of fuel cell technology; expanded...


Dough Party

1400628806
October 2005
Other Format
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Liquid Polymer Clay: Fabulous New Techniques for Making Jewelry and Home Accents
Ann Mitchell, Karen Mitchell
0873495632


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Dough Craft
Petra Boase
1842159267
Feb 2004
Paperback
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Book Description
Create fun projects using salt dough, made from basic ingredients found in the kitchen cupboard.


Dinosaur Clay Modeling
Top That!
0760758522
July 2004
Other Format
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Stamping Effects in Polymer Clay With Sandra McCall
Sandra McCall
1581807635
April 15, 2006
Paperback
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Book Description
In this book, popular artist Sandra McCall combines polymer clay and rubber stamping with her trademark style--and a healthy dose of innovation. Packed full of new ways for crafters to use their rubber stamps, Stamping Effects in Polymer Clay with Sandra McCall contains: *Original techniques crafters won’t find anywhere else! *25 beautiful step-by-step projects ranging from brooches and necklaces to coasters and framed art *Techniques and crafts with wide appeal--perfect for anyone interested in polymer clay, rubber stamping, jewelry making or home decorating With effects ranging from stained glass to raku, these two popular crafts have never looked so good together!


Two for the Dough
Janet Evanovich
0743552091
March 2006
Compact Disc
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From Publishers Weekly
Sassy, brassy Stephanie Plum, the bounty hunter from Trenton, N.J., introduced to acclaim in last year's One for the Money, returns to track a bond jumper through her blue-collar neighborhood known as the "burg." A local funeral home, a slimy undertaker and mutilated corpses figure large in the search for Kenny Mancuso, who, having shot an old high-school friend in the knee, posted bail with Stephanie's boss, her cousin, and then disappeared. When the old friend is shot again, fatally, Stephanie reluctantly joins forces with her sexy enemy and love interest, Trenton homicide cop Joe Morelli. While looking for Kenny, Stephanie also searches for 24 caskets stolen from Spiro Stiva, heir apparent of Stiva's Mortuary and also a high-school buddy of Kenny's. As body parts, cut from "clients" on view at Stiva's, are...


Polymer: The Chameleon Clay
Victoria Hughes
0873493737
November 2002
Paperback
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Book Description
Explore the versatility and beauty of polymer clay! In this new book, author Victoria Hughes shows readers an amazing array of finishes for this magical medium. Hughes presents, in detail, how polymer clay can imitate various materials including ivory, jade, coral, shell, onyx, and turquoise through assorted finishing, shaping, baking, and molding techniques. Eighteen unique and stunning projects, including an ivory pendant and an accordion-style jade book, are featured and illustrated by 250 beautiful, step-by-step photographs and detailed line drawings. A gallery of finished pieces by the author and more than 10 other skilled artists offers inspiration for readers to go beyond what is presented to make their own unique creations. Hughes, a well-known polymer clay artist, invented these techniques and teaches them...


What You Knead
Mary Ann Esposito
0688150101
Sept 1997
Hardcover
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Book Description
Share the joys and secrets of simple but sophisticated baking with Mary Ann Esposito, bestselling author and host of public television's Ciao Italia. From her Neapolitan grandmother's kitchen in America to the kitchens of Italy, Mary Ann Esposito has watched Italian bakers create all sorts of crusty breads and savory delights of every shape and size and adapted them in her latest book, especially designed for the home baker. She presents three simple, versatile doughs that offer endless possibilities for baked goods. There are recipies for every meal, for every course, for every part of the day -- a small, savory snack, a light brunch, a hearty supper, a breakfast coffee cake, or a dazzling dessert. Whether it is stuffed, filled, baked, or rolled, you will find it in What You Knead.Working with yeast...


Doughs, Batters, and Meringues (French Professional Pastry Series)
Roland Bilheux, Alain Escoffier
0470244089
January 1, 1998
Hardcover
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Book Description
Volume 1 of this series presents all of the important techniques used to make the basic pastry preparations.

Language Notes
Text: English, French (translation) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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One Dough, Fifty Cookies
Leslie Glover Pendleton
0688154433
Oct 1998
Hardcover
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Book Description
Need a last-minute batch of cookies for the holidays? Is the cookie jar running low on favorites? From simple, traditional chocolate chips to elegant Apricot Nut Biscotti, you can have classic and original cookies quickly without starting from scratch every time. Each of the fifty cookies in this book originates from one basic butter dough but tastes and looks completely different.One Dough, Fifty Cookies features an innovative and imaginative array of cookies including Cappuccino Wafers, Chocolate-Dipped Coconut Sticks, Malted Milk Buttons, Cinnamon Chocolate Moons, and Oatmeal Raisin Ginger Coolnes.These recipes provide a simple way to bake cookies with no hassle, consistent results, and a variety of shapes and flavors for any and every occasion.

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Polymer Clay Creative Traditions: Techniques and Projects Inspired by the Fine and Decorative Arts
Judy Belcher
0823040658
January 2006
Paperback
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From Booklist
Addressing novices to the medium of polymer clay as well as more advanced crafters in the field, Belcher prepares an attractive handbook on making clay items; the more than 30 projects suggested here are inspired by traditions in working in glass, metal, fiber, painting and drawing, stone and bone and wood, and ceramics, since, as the author states, "polymer clay is the only medium that can emulate all of those different art forms." Gorgeous color photographs highlighting her work and the work of many other successful crafters guide the reader through a mouthwatering, even surprising, display of clay things to make, from beads that take after ones made of glass, to an enameled pin that would be a lovely accent to a blouse or blazer, to replications of Georgia O'Keeffe-type flowers to decorate a purse. For crafters adding...


Crafts from Salt Dough
Audrey Gessat
0736814752
June 2002
Hardcover
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Dough: Simple Contemporary Breads
Richard Bertinet
1904920209
October 2005
Other Format
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Book Description
For all those who do not want to eat mass produced sliced bread filled with chemicals and preservatives help is at hand. Chef, teacher and baker extraordinaire Richard Bertinet gets back to basics and shows that, far from being hard or time-consuming, baking bread is quick and easy. Dough breaks down the bread making process into easy-to-follow and achievable steps using just four simple ingredients yeast, flour, water and salt. An instructional DVD accompanies the book to help illustrate and ease the process of working with dough. In his book Bertinet explores five different doughs White, Olive, Brown, Rye and Sweet and shows how from these parent doughs you can bake a vastvariety of breads really easily. Though the doughs vary, the technique for making each one is identical. The beauty of it is that it takes no...


Celebrations With Polymer Clay
Sarajane Helm
0873495217
January 2003
Paperback
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Book Description
Celebrate a year's worth of holidays, festivities, and special occasions with polymer clay creations. The 25 projects include party favors, center pieces, wreaths, arrangements, displays, and decorations for weddings, birthdays, showers, and seasonal holidays. Beginning and advanced polymer clay artists will find helpful step by step photos and instructions to guide them to successfully complete ornaments, dolls, Easter bunnies, May baskets, Halloween decorations, and much more. Techniques such as caning, stamping, and transferring are shown and explained in easy to follow detail. As a bonus, readers will learn how to transform polymer clay into graphic applications such as cards, giftwrap, journals, albums, and books.

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