New Release Books by David Small

David Small is the author of The BIG Metric Ninja Foodi Cookbook (2021), Ruby Mae Has Something to Say (1995), George Washington's Cows (2008), Almost Famous (1982) and other 46 books.

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The BIG Metric Ninja Foodi Cookbook

release date: Feb 09, 2021
The BIG Metric Ninja Foodi Cookbook
The Ninja Foodi from Shark Ninja is an incredibly versatile device and the cooking possibilities are endless. Many recipe books already exist for this device but none of them seem to cater for the British, Irish, Australian or European markets... until now that is. The recipes are aimed not at the kitchen gurus or the Ninja experts, rather to the proud new owners of the Foodi. I''ve written the methods out in such a way that no steps are missed out. I don''t use confusing terminology or abbreviations and use my words very carefully. The methods are written for someone who has not had their device for a long time. I only include ingredients that are available to buy from UK supermarkets and every single ingredient has been checked via the Asda and Tesco websites (often in store at Aldi too) to ensure easy sourcing. The recipes are written logically such that they start usually with the preparation steps; namely what needs to be washed, peeled and chopped before any heat is applied to the ingredients. When I need you to boil a kettle, I will tell you five minutes before you need boiling water in the recipe. Recipes include: - Spicy chicken casserole - Sweet and sour chicken - Cottage & Shepherd''s pie - Thai green chicken curry - Beef curry - Irish beef stew - Full English breakfast - Vegetarian Asian noodles with lemongrass - Lancashire veggie hotpot - Toad in the hole with gravy - Cheese & chive scones - Fruit scones - Marble cake - Carrot cake - Leek & potato soup - Sweet potato & onion soup - ... and so many more. Since the device is so versatile BUT is just one device, recipes are split between main courses, main course components, side dishes, soups and desserts, meaning that access to a kitchen is required for many of the recipes. The Author assumes that the user has access to basic kitchen equipment, such as a refrigerator, a sieve or colander, sharp knives, a stove, a baking tin, a frying pan and saucepans, although many of the recipes do not require any further equipment. Many of the recipes found within will be more familiar to the user of this cookbook, but they have been tweaked or reimagined so that they fit to the Ninja Foodi 7-in1 multi-cooker and many recipes will be completely new. Many recipes also include full colour photographs but not every recipe, due to space and page count limitations, which keep the price of this book down. An index of ingredients is also at the end of the book, making it easier to locate recipes based on what''s in your refrigerator. This book is available in printed formats, a colour version with the green cover and a black-and-white version with a brown cover. While the books are identical in terms of content, some users would rather pay more for colour photographs whereas for other users, the price is more important. "I hope you get as much joy from this book as I did putting it together, well, and eating the creations. If you can spare a few minutes, please write a short review so that others know what you like or dislike about the book".

Ruby Mae Has Something to Say

release date: Jul 02, 1995
Ruby Mae Has Something to Say
Miss Ruby Mae Foote of Nada, Texas, has a big ambition: to deliver a message of universal peace and understanding at the United Nations. Problem is, she''s tongue-tied! Can a makeshift invention turn Ruby Mae into a political sensation? From Caldecott Honor artist David Small, here''s the wise and funny tale of an ordinary woman--with an extraordinary message.

George Washington's Cows

release date: Apr 25, 2008
George Washington's Cows
Humorous rhymes about George Washington''s farm where the cows wear dresses, the pigs wear wigs, and the sheep are scholars.

Almost Famous

Almost Famous
Almost Famous takes its place among the relatively few adult novels about professional baseball...The narrative is tough and unsentimental, the dialogue crisp and right-sounding...a dramatic and moving story. Chicago Sun-Times Elegantly crafted, Small''s first novel is a stunning debut.Saturday Review

The Poet and the President

release date: Sep 18, 2015
The Poet and the President
An innocent game of internet poker leads James, an English writer and poet, to Mia; the successful President of her own American companies. As their transatlantic friendship develops, they embark upon a journey of a lifetime which takes them back to youn

Handy Guide to Heathers

release date: Jan 01, 1998

The Guidebook for Winning Adventures

release date: Apr 01, 1985
The Guidebook for Winning Adventures
Gives advice on playing adventure games, explains how they are written and maps, and provides solutions, in code, to six popular games

The River in Winter

release date: Jan 01, 1987
The River in Winter
Joe Weatherfield''s grandfather Henry shoots a German boy in France during World War I and Joe recalls how that one bullet "travels on," setting off a series of tragedies that affect three generations of Weatherfields

Barbara Miller Read-aloud

release date: Jan 01, 1985
Barbara Miller Read-aloud
One Thursday Imogene wakes up with a pair of antlers growing out of her head and causes a sensation wherever she goes.
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