An excellent historical examination of the War and guide to the sites that still exist.
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I contributed two chapters to this comprehensive guide to Arizona.
This book is a collaboration with one of the best Latin chefs in the United States, Anthony Lamas of Seviche, A Latin Restaurant, in Louisville, KY.
Published by Donning Pubishers (2015) written by food historian and author Suzanne Corbett. Features 178 recipes from Virginia Campbell’s original 1840s cookbook and Campbell’s steamboat and hotel businesses with 130 […]
A whimsical photographic and text based journey through many of the world’s travel sites.
If you have dreamed about exploring this vast, wild, desolate and stunningly beautiful continent of Australia (the “sunburnt country,”), then this book is for you.
Off the Beaten Page encourages avid readers, particularly those in book clubs and other groups, to leave the security of their living rooms and seek to experience in person the […]
A collection of stories where I contributed a piece on the life of a monk on Mount Athos and his daily experiences.
A journey to the Cretian Farm of Agreco which belongs to the Grecotel Group gives you deep knowlegde about life, traditional food and agriculture on Crete
About life, history, tradition and cooking in Greece
a journey in Greek food, traditions, old and modern Greek life
About the Mount Athos diet, travelling to the monasteries, the traditions and the monastic life of the orthodox monks on Halkidiki peninsula. – A visit behind the curtain.
A memoir of the Lovell family during prohibition (moonshiner) and present-day (legal distillery).
Going to Aconcagua is the latest travelogue from the author. The team sets out on their trip via the Vacas Valley to the Southern and Western Hemispheres highest mountain over […]