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SATISFYINGLY RICH: Stephen Jackson's Lobster & Pasta Salad
Combined with the short, crisply written chapter-essays, they make Narnia Beckons an irresistible page turner and a book that can be satisfyingly sampled piecemeal: just jump in at any point in the volume and you will be richly rewarded.
She draws upon her years of experience and expertise in The Body "Knows" Cookbook to compile an impressive collection of recipes, tips, ideas, and thematically appropriate information to complement individual health and diet programs with foods and meal ideas that will be truly enjoyed and satisfyingly appreciated.
Despite the short length of his "novels," Manganelli not only provides a great range of genres--ghost stories, love stories, tall tales, and so on--but also manages to end each story satisfyingly.
Anderson danced in his own Parables of Mutants and Madmen, a satisfyingly big piece; he and the 4 members of his dance theatre X were joined by 10 guest performers.
Recalling the consequential derivation of flat iron buildings, 71-77 Southwark Street actually has two addresses, occupying a narrow plot that faces south onto Farnham Place; a physical given, that along with orientation, rights of light and accessibility, somehow make this highly particular response satisfyingly inevitable.
That film is the satisfyingly heartbreaking indie drama Latter Days, a multiple award-winner on the gay and lesbian film festival circuit that marks the directorial debut of out screenwriter C.
This is a satisfyingly rich blend that displays a good concentration of spicy berry fruit.
They showcased some satisfyingly punkish material from new EP The Streets Of London, which was as infectious as their performance.
Although I found myself wondering about the successful transformation of some of the vocal works in this collection, such as Casta Diva by Bellini, I was pleasantly surprised at how satisfyingly pianistic these sections actually were.
While "the ash garden" of Hiroshima nearly finds its balance in Sophie's topiary creations, going to seed because of her illness and consequent inattention, the novel itself, with a touch as delicate and easy as Lily Briscoe's at the end of To the Lighthouse, comes satisfyingly together.
The entries are satisfyingly long and provided with good lists of primary and secondary references (but most of the photographs are poorly produced).