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Gluten Free Italian: Simple and Delicious Recipes for Cooking Italian Cuisine

73 pages - no idea if it's any good, but at free I figured it was worth grabbing to check.

Here's the description:

Want to cook quick and easy gluten-free Italian food that you, your friends and family will love?

Well, this is the book for you. Simple gluten-free Italian recipes that anyone can follow to whip up incredible dishes.

Following a gluten-free diet can be difficult.

So many of your favorite foods are off limits and if you’re like me and you love Italian food, this can be a pain. This book is perfect for your gluten-free lifestyle… lots and lots of delicious, Italian recipes so that you can enjoy your favorite foods without feeling guilty.

You may be gluten intolerant or you may choose to avoid gluten for health benefits (of which there are many) but sometimes you just need a flavorful, hearty home cooked Italian meal!
Craving a pasta or pizza tonight? I've got you covered with a whole host of simple recipes to follow.

The recipes in this book let you eat your favorite Italian dishes without affecting your body, health or diet efforts!
Inside you will find quick and easy recipes for cooking delicious gluten-free Italian cuisine that will blow you away.

But that’s not all… we all need something sweet in our lives so I decided to give you a bunch of gluten-free recipes for desserts. Now you can satisfy that sweet tooth 100% guilt free.

Never cooked Italian food before? Don’t worry this book is for people of all skill levels. Nothing complex in here… just quick, easy, delicious recipes.

Don’t forget… when you buy you also get an awesome free gift as my way of saying “Thank you!”

So get out your apron, heat up the pans and get ready to cook some delicious Italian cuisine.

New Toys!

Mar. 7th, 2011 01:19 am
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I got some "shiny!" money - a colleague at work agented getting rid of my old Magic cards, for which I got ~$750.

So, I bought a Kindle. And an iPod Classic 160GB - turns out there are no alternatives right now. I'd have to wait, at a guess, a year, to get something else that would meet my requirements. That would be a RAM-based MP3 player that takes an SDXC expansion card - no one has announced any yet, so that year is really on the minimum side as I see it.

I still need to get cases for both - I'll probably be ordering them from on-line somewhere. And they both need to be loaded with my existing data. My current temptation for the Kindle is this one, which seems to be the one that Amazon pushes. Something like this leather case is tempting for the iPod. I'm trying to decide if a belt-clip is needed for the iPod.

What's your favorite Kindle or iPod case, and why?

I've got one other piece of tech slated to buy - an easy to move around flat-panel monitor. After that - books, and maybe some Cd's.
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If, they're having an Expanding Universe Contest.

  • The Expanding Universe Contest is open to anyone — and everyone! — who has never, ever, cross-your-heart-&c read a Liaden Universe® novel.

  • Reply to this blog entry with your name, and where you heard about the contest. From those who respond, 36 lucky winners will be chosen by drawing. If 36 or less people enter the contest, then everyone’s a winner!

  • Each winner will be asked to provide their email address for purposes of receiving the code that will allow them to download their prize.

  • A list of winners — with links to their websites, should they wish, and links to the website where they heard about the contest — will be published in this blog.

Go! Sign up! Good Luck!
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Just bought mine, about to download it - and I don't have TIME to read it today! Wife's mother's 80th birthday party, local SF club board elections (I'm on the ballot, I'll probably be re-elected), it's Spring Forward night and I have to get up at 5am in the morning to go to work!

Ah, well - maybe I can read some of it at work tomorrow.
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Gakked from [ profile] msss (and slightly modified)

Some DRM-encumbered books will no longer be downloadable after 31 January:

It looks like this includes the MS Lit versions of Lois McMaster Bujold's books from EOS.
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According to the web site: "If you enjoy TV shows like the Young Ones, Blackadder, Red Dwarf and Dr Who, or books by Douglas Adams, Terry Pratchett, Tom Holt or Jasper Fforde, then the bestselling Hal Spacejock series is for you."
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Yay! Cory's posted downloads for Little Brother!
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For those on my friends list who live in the US and find the Amazon Kindle interesting, but don't like it for whatever reason (DRM and format restrictions being high on the list), you might want to check out the mass buy of the Bookeen Cybook Gen 3 by NAEB LLC.


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