The Dessert Architect

Author: Robert Wemischner
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1428311777
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In its opening chapter, the book sets out to describe the characteristics of a successful dessert which satisfies the Four Cornerstones of Flavor, Texture, Temperature and Contrast and then follows with detailed information about a world of ...

The Architect S Apprentice

Author: Elif Shafak
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698182626
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... borek with shredded meat, egg with onions. They were served hoshafin bowls
and lemonade in pitchers. His appetite now piqued by the delicious smells,
Jahan tasted every dish. As they kept eating, the cesnici and kilerci walked
around, making sure everything ran in perfect order. Then came the desserts:
almond baklava, pear baked with ambergris, cherry pudding, ice-crushed
sweetened wild strawberries and heaps of honeyed figs. After dinner the guests
collapsed outside on to ...

William Jay Itinerant English Architect 1792 1837

Author: Hanna Hryniewiecka Lerski
Publisher: Univ Pr of Amer
ISBN:
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the Bulloch-Habersham house (Pl. 7). These refinements bespeak the taste of
both architect and owners. High twenty-foot ceilings keep the room airy. There is
cross ventilation, with air coming in from the piazza through four large arched
windows. This is a room superbly suited to dining entertainment. James Stuart's
Three Years in North America gives a description of a dinner conducted in
Charleston style. I dined with a large party this day in a very handsome house of
some antiquity ...

The Architect

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... first Gothic architect of the day!” he majority of the company thought the elderly
friend who submitted such a quaint idea for their consideration was speaking for
their amusement under the influence of the dessert; but there were other seniors
present who were able to appreciate the statement in a very different way, and
personally to remember the time when young Mr. TrTE won the competition for
EDwARD IRVING's new church in Regent Square with a design which in the
opinion of ...

Designing Your Perfect House Lessons From An Architect

Author: William J. Hirsch, Jr.
Publisher: Designing Your Perfect House
ISBN: 0979882028
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It's okay to have some fun. Eccentricity can add a pleasing tension. You might
want to create some spaces in your house where your guest might turn a corner
and say, “Look at that!” It could be the placement of a piece of art or a move from
dark to light or some other unexpected pleasure. It often happens that these
elements are the last things to be added to the overall design for the house. I
suppose these kinds of things are sort of like dessert in that way. For example,
recent clients ...

The Architect And Building News

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... very oddest of all architectural pleasantries was the compliment once post-
prandially offered to the late Sir WILLIAM Trrs, in the shape of a reminder that at
the commencement of his fessional career he was “the first Gothic architect of the
day! ... submitted such a quaint idea for their consideration was speaking for their
amusement under the influence of the dessert; but there were other seniors
present who were able to appreciate the statement in a very different way, and
personally ...

Personal Benchmark

Author: Charles Widger
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118963334
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Thaler and Sunstein illustrate the choice architecture concept with a story about a
school district dietician. The school district dietician and a friend with an expertise
in statistics developed a theory about arranging the presentation of the food in
school cafeterias to encourage students to make healthy food choices. The
dietician, as a choice architect, realized that if she put the desserts first and the
fries at eye level students would tend to pick the desserts and fries rather than
vegetables, ...

Letters To Architects

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright
Publisher: Pr at California st
ISBN:
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Concerning Sandoval please say for me: owing to unexpected publication of
Kaufmann Senior's business office while still uncompleted, I omitted to mention
the name of the master-craftsman who executed that work— Manuel Sandoval,
Nicaragua, one of the earliest members of the Taliesin Fellowship. Sincerely,
Frank February 7, 1938 Frank Lloyd Wright, Architect Taliesin in the Desert Dear
Frank, I have always understood that great men cannot spell for a damn so I was
not at ...

The Architect

Author: Keith Russell Ablow, MD
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 9781429901130
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Yougot totelleveryone to keepallliquor out of your food,including desserts.
Evenaftershave on your skin can get you sick. Obviously, if you drink, you can die
.” “I guessI better not drink then,” Clevengersaid. “Which is kind of thepoint. Ican
eitherbesober ordead. It simplifies things. Ipick sober.” The pharmacist grinned,
walked over, and handed him a prescription pad. Clevenger wrote outa
prescription for thirty 250 milligram tablets. While hewaited forthe medicine, he
grabbed a Diet Coke ...

Gethsemani Homilies

Author: Matthew Kelty
Publisher: Liturgical Press
ISBN: 9780879079277
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On the Thirtieth Anniversary of the Death of Thomas Merton It was Tuesday, the
second week of Advent and we were at dinner, at noon that is, eating our beans
and rice, lettuce salad, preceded by pea soup and followed by an apple for
dessert. The reader that week was Father Timothy Kelly, and the ... The retreat
house fared no better. So when it came to the church, the brother in charge
thought having an architect would avoid disastrous committee production. And he
so convinced ...