books by Wiley
The Professional Chef
The Culinary Institute of America
The Professional Chef is Wow!
The Professional Chef is the book to have if you want to know anything about the Kitchen and Cooking. This book is visually exciting, well organized, great glossary, and indexed (two indexes: Subject and Recipe). It has gone beyond my expectation with needed information and learning. You will like The Professional Chef... I love it!
Instant Interviews: 101 Ways to Get the Best Job of Your Life
Excellent book for interviewing success!
Mr. Allen has done a super job of laying the fact of interviewing on paper. I've used some of the techniques listed in the book prior to reading it, but after reading it and adopting a few more techinques I've been successful in landing "the perfect job".... Kelly WibbenmeyerAny Tom, Dick, or Harry Can Get a Job: A Sure Fire Way to Land a Job
The Unofficial Guide Walt Disney World 2009
Well worth its cost.
This is the book that is a MUST BUY if you're planning a trip to DW. The cost of this book is nothing compared to how much a couple or family will spend going there, so it is well worth the money spent! But if you're going to Disney World, buy this book well in advance of your trip. Buy it even before you choose what hotel you're going to stay at because it is very helpful in knowing which ...
Guerrilla Marketing for Job Hunters 2.0: 1,001 Unconventional Tips, Tricks and Tactics for Landing Your Dream ...
Great Book for the struggling Job seekers out there!!
I feel this book was very helpful with my job search. Although, I have just finished the book, it gave me fresh ideas on how to really have my resume stand out to employers, and how to market and brand myself on the internet and get my foot in the door to interviews. The author, David Perry is very creditable, since he has been in the executive search industry for years, so you know you're ...
The Unofficial Guide to Walt Disney World 2007 (Unofficial Guides)
A Must Have!
This book was such a great help! I purchased several other, but this was by far, the most comprehensive and best written!
Mortgage Ripoffs and Money Savers: An Industry Insider Explains How to Save Thousands on Your Mortgage or ...
Very helpful, with the added benefit of web support
The book provides plenty of practical, no-nonsense advice, particularly useful to first-time home buyers and mortgage shoppers. It greatly helps in asking the right questions and critically asessing the validity of the answers received. A great added value is the companion web site, where the author provides additional, tailor-made help. I have tried it personally, and I got straight-to-the-point ...
The Bogleheads' Guide to Investing
My beginner guide to investing
After considering to open a Roth-IRA, i bought this book as guide on how to invest. Soon I discovered the forum as well which is also very helpful for new investor. The authors are not financial experts and their opinion is based on their experience with investing and does not promote anything, also have very good advise on what things to avoid. no need to play around with individual stock to ...
Sam the Cooking Guy: Just a Bunch of Recipes
Simple Sam, Sensational Recipes
I found myself looking up Sam's recipes online all the time, so figured it was time to just buy his cookbook. Love that his recipes don't call for 10+ items, so I don't look like Rachel Ray carrying 10 ingredients in my arms from the pantry to the counter. His recipes are simple but always seem to include at least 1 ingredient that makes them unique (in a good way). My kind of cooking.
Journey through Genius: Great Theorems of Mathematics
Entertaining and Enlightening!
I am a senior in college, majoring in Mathematics Education. Last semester, I had to take a Math History class. Before I started the class, I read Journey Through Genius (I chewed through it on my off-time). The book required for my class ended up being Math Through the Ages. It did not take me long to realize that my teacher had made a terrible choice in texts. Ages is terribly disjointed ...
How an Economy Grows and Why It Crashes
Peter D. Schiff
Andrew J. Schiff
The book that those concerned about the economy should read
This book clearly explains the why and the how of what it takes to grow an economy. It shows how an economy will crash. Peter is a wonderful author and those concerned about what is happening in the US should read this book.
Make It BIG!: 49 Secrets for Building a Life of Extreme Success
Frank E. McKinney
Everything except the hair cut is militarily precise.
I strongly recommend this book for the entrepreneur. Ultra high end real esate is only McKinney's vehicle; his philosophy is universal. Those of us with the entrepreneurial bent tend to find unlimited places to go, things to learn, and projects to start. We often suffer as a result. Mr. McKinney's book is the epitome of Napoean Hill's clear thinking. He clearly has a steadfast moral compass, ...
How to Measure Anything: Finding the Value of "Intangibles" in Business
Douglas W. Hubbard
What are the odds?
Once in a while you come across a book that contains a single sentence that is worth its list price. This is such a book, and its definition of measurement is such a sentence. I have the honor and privilege of leading seminars and classes for senior software design engineers in test at Microsoft. When I ask for a definition of measurement I have yet to hear anybody offer the one that's at the ...
Hire With Your Head: Using Performance-Based Hiring to Build Great Teams
This is a truly oustanding guide to the recruiting and hiring process. There are a lot of excellent books out there on this subject, but none focus as completely on the only thing that really matters - the candidate's ability to perform the job you want done. The author provides a clear blueprint for a hiring process, centered around two key questions, that helps to assure that you are only ...
The Inextinguishable Symphony, Symphony 10-Pack: A True Story of Music and Love in Nazi Germany
A son's voyage of discovery of his parents' nightmarish past
What do we really know about our parents' life before we were born? That depends largely, I guess, on how much of an interest we show - and on how much they are willing to reveal. Because in the life of every person there are instances and times they rather wish to forget, and not revive time and again by discussion, even if only among their nearest and dearest. Such, in the lives of author ...
Chocolates and Confections: Formula, Theory, and Technique for the Artisan Confectioner
Peter P. Greweling
The Culinary Institute of America
Chocolates & Confections
I have made the divinity in this book three times (first time, I was sent "hard candy mix" instead of "Fondant". I made the divinity twice with fondant (powedered) and it tastes delicious but will not really set up and is sticky. Does anyone have a suggestion?? Thank you.
Memories of a Cuban Kitchen: More Than 200 Classic Recipes
Mary Urrutia Randelman
I love Cuban food
Having a dear friend who is from Cuba, we are treated to wonderful meals from his home land whenever he invites us for dinner. He doesn't cook with recipes and when we query him about how he put together such delicious empanadas or cuban roast pork, he waves his hand and says "I never measure. I go by instinct!" Well his instinct is phenomenal...mine, not so much. When I constantly ...
Energy Leadership: Transforming Your Workplace and Your Life from the Core
Leading from Your Core
This is another great business book with critical success concepts and principles set to a story. I personally believe people are wired to resonate with (and remember) stories ... not facts, figures, and other details. So this book reaches out to the part of us that is designed to remember and romances the part of us that will apply what we learned. I applaud Bruce for a thoroughly ...
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