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Appetite for Murder:
A Mystery Lover's Cookbook
by Kathy Borich

A tantalizing slant on cooking and crime. Relive your favorite classic detective stories and then whip up the food that caught the culprit.

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An Illustrated Introduction to Classical Horsemanship: Concepts and Skills from A to Z
by Gary Borich

A comprehensive resource in a succinct alphabetical format that brings the beginning rider through every aspect of learning to train and ride for show and trail.

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Often been surprised by a movie after what a film critic said about it? Ever felt cheated out of big bucks on the recommendations of a punk 24-year-old? Or really loved the ones they panned? Well, you no longer need to feel out of step with the current movie review band. Different Drummer is for you. Read more about our take on the film world. And get ready to relive your favorite movies with the recipes that follow each review.

Wednesday
Aug172005

Singapore: Indian Fried Noodles

Singapore is a splendid city, sort of a perfect Big Apple, with grand marble sidewalks, Moehn faucets gleaming in meticulous subway restrooms, and a tropical rain forest within walking distance from the designer shops along Orchard Row.

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Friday
Jul292005

Kingdom of Heaven: Coriander and Pine Nuts Sala Recipe

Kingdomof Heaven ultimately misses its mark because it tries too hard to be balanced, moderate, and inoffensive. Hollywood, a city where lawyers live in luxury off no fault divorces, tries to put that same template on the crusades.

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Friday
Jul292005

Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith: Star Wars Sangria Recipe

“George went deep and he didn’t drop the ball.” Chris Holoka “The redemption of the Saga” Shane Turgeon “More dialog, more emotion, and more connection” Anne Neumann

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Tuesday
Mar012005

Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior: Gai Paht Bai Graprao (Chicken with Fresh Basil) Recipe

Take one part vintage Jackie Chan, mix in a Bond worthy villain, and sprinkle generously with an Indiana Jones style quest. Ong-Bak\"s fight scenes are as flawless as they are violent. Not lyrical airs above ground, but real, sweat-soaked, bone-crunching contests where Tony Jaa shows a style that is ballet-like in its precision, deadly in it impact.

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