When new lumberjack, Tom Jeffries, tells the camp cook, Josephine "Jo" Christy, that he'll marry her if she can make a fruitcake, "as good as the one my mother makes," she rises to the occasion.
Author: Carrie Pagels
When new lumberjack, Tom Jeffries, tells the camp cook, Josephine "Jo" Christy, that he'll marry her if she can make a fruitcake, "as good as the one my mother makes," she rises to the occasion. After all, he's the handsomest, smartest, and strongest axman her camp-boss father has ever had in his camp-and the cockiest. And she intends to bring this lumberjack down a notch or three by refusing his proposal. The fruitcake wars are on! All the shanty boys and Jo's cooking helpers chip in with their recipes but Jo finds she'll have to enlist more help-and begins corresponding with Tom's mother. Step back in time to 1890, in beautiful Northern Michigan, near the sapphire straits of Mackinac, when the white pines were "white gold" and lumber camps were a way of life. Jo is ready to find another life outside of the camps and plans that don't include any shanty boys. But will a lumberjack keep her in the very place she's sworn to leave?
1830, the cake became known as Hartford Election Cake when politicians there
served it to men who voted a straight party ticket. g) Fruitcakes They are holiday
and wedding cakes, which have a very heavy fruit content. They require special ...
Author: Dr. Ashok V. Giri
Publisher: Idea Publishing
This book has excellent conceptual framework of Bakery Industries in India Important Challenges and Issues and will be of use to most readers who are seeking for a structured knowledge or understanding of the Bakery industry. This book is quite impressive because it offers a balanced approach and conceptual information in a highly readable format. The case studies incorporated in this edition have been made more relevant to the Bakery Industry.
Author: Theodore Martin HesburghPublish On: 1994-04-30
... ethics, carefully inserted into a strong substantive curriculum, is a little like the
use of brandy in Christmas fruitcake: if it were the main ingredient it would spoil
the cake but, used strategically, it gives the fruitcake its distinctive flavor as it ages
Author: Theodore Martin Hesburgh
Publisher: Univ of Notre Dame Pr
Contemporary Catholic higher education finds itself at a crucial crossroad. The issues are many and complex. How is the Catholic character of the university to be preserved and fostered while avoiding secularization on the one hand and insular sectarianism on the other? Must a majority of the faculty in a college or department be Catholic? How is Catholic to be defined in terms of culture, belief, or practice? What is the level of commitment to intellectual inquiry and the possibility of dissent that must be present on a Catholic campus? These are some of the issues that prompted Fr. Theodore M. Hesburgh, C.S.C., to write a position paper and invite 29 distinguished members of the faculty and administration at the University of Notre Dame to address as they strive to envision and create a great Catholic university. The contributors explore these issues from a wide variety of religious and academic perspectives, and although their backgrounds and fields of study differ widely, they agree on a number of points. First, a great Catholic university must begin by being a great university that is also Catholic. Second, the catholicity, or universality, of a Catholic university fosters the centrality of philosophy and particularly theology as legitimate intellectual concerns, especially as they challenge the disintegration and turmoil of our modern predicament. Finally, how a Catholic university is seen as a community of service is also examined in both its intellectual and practical applications. Throughout, these essays describe a university community where reason and faith intersect and reinforce each other as they grapple with all the problems that face the transmission and growth ofknowledge and the multiplication of new and complex moral problems.
Air Fruitcake Manitou Springs Whatever you do, don't park on the east side of
Memorial Park the first Saturday ... such as the Saddam Hussein fruitcake bust
that landed Dee Byvoet on top of 2005's entrants in the ugliest fruitcake competition.
Author: Pam Grout
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Your round-trip ticket to the wildest, wackiest, most outrageous people, places, and things the Centennial State has to offer!
Fruitcake Contest Our big promotion every year is the Fruitcake Photography
Contest. We send our clients a fruitcake and we ask them to photograph it. The
original concept was based on the fact that many clients were buying digital
Author: Susan Carr
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Performing Arts
As a result of changes in technology and the economy, every successful photography career today is unique, and each image-maker needs to build a career that matches his or her talents to one or more markets. This indispensable manual from the American Society of Media Photographers sets the stage for understanding where the industry is now and where it is headed while offering step-by-step instructions for building a career tailored to one’s own talents, interests, and business style in today’s market. An overview of developments in the industry covers the new visual needs created by the economy, the changing definition of what it means to be a photographer, the shifting distribution of clients, the role of technology, and the role of copyright, licensing, compensation, and contracts. Photographers learn how to navigate this changing landscape in a second section that guides them through a strategic analysis of their strengths and weaknesses and provides expert advice on building a business plan, marketing, and selling. Also included are concise business biographies of fifty visual artists who have successfully taken on the new markets in photography, to give readers an idea of the many directions a career today can take.
“How much fruitcake does a judge have to eat?” he asked. “Only a bite. And we'll
have sherbet to cleanse your palate.” He'd have preferred whiskey but he
doubted he'd find that anywhere at the fruitcake competition. “I really appreciate
Author: Sheila Roberts
USA TODAY bestselling author Sheila Roberts takes readers to the charming, snowbound town of Pine River in this irresistible holiday romance. Sometimes you need to look beyond the big picture to see what really matters Olivia Berg’s charity, Christmas from the Heart, has helped generations of families in need in Pine River, Washington, but this year might be the end of the road. Hightower Enterprises, one of their biggest donors since way back when Olivia’s grandmother ran the charity, has been taken over by Ebenezer Scrooge the Second, aka CFO Guy Hightower, and he’s declared there will be no more money coming to Christmas from the Heart. Guy is simply being practical. Hightower Enterprises needs to tighten its belt, and when you don’t have money to spare, you don’t have money to share. You’d think even the pushy Olivia Berg could understand that. With charitable donations dwindling, Olivia’s Christmas budget depends on Hightower’s contribution. She’s focused her whole life on helping this small town, even putting her love life on hold to support her mission. When Guy’s Maserati breaks down at the edge of the Cascade foothills, he’s relieved to be rescued by a pretty young woman who drives him to the nearby town of Pine River. Until he realizes his rescuer is none other than Olivia Berg. What’s a Scrooge to do? Plug his nose and eat fruitcake and hope she doesn’t learn his true identity before he can get out of town. What could go wrong?
“Fruitcake?” she repeated just to be sure she'd heard him correctly. Emma didn't
even like fruitcake; in fact, she hated the stuff. She firmly ... “Good Homemaking
magazine ran a national fruitcake contest last month,” he went on to explain.
Author: Debbie Macomber
Settle in for a sweet treat with this classic Christmas story from #1 New York Times bestselling author Debbie Macomber. Emma Collins has always believed that the world is divided into two kinds of people: those who love fruitcake and those who don’t. She’s firmly in the second category, so it’s ironic that her first major assignment for the Puyallup, Washington, Examiner is a series of articles about…fruitcake. At least it’s a step up from writing obituaries. Her task is to interview the finalists in a fruitcake recipe contest, and that means traveling around the state. Actually…flying around the state. Local pilot Oliver Hamilton, who’s starting an airfreight business, has agreed to take her wherever she needs to go, in exchange for free advertising. Unfortunately Emma hates small planes—almost as much as she hates fruitcake. But in the weeks leading up to Christmas, Emma discovers Oliver is not quite the Scrooge he sometimes seems. It all reminds her that there’s something about Christmas. Something special… Originally published in 2005
This wasn't the only time Ken did something unusual. After the 1971 premiership,
we went to Perth to play the WAFL premiers. I was rooming with Ken and Peter
Hudson and as we settled into our room, Ken pulled out a fruit cake his wife, Judy
Author: Leigh Matthews
Publisher: Random House Australia
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A true football legend, this is a hugely long awaited autobiography told with Leigh's customary steel, wry humour and no-holds barred honesty. Life and lessons from the world of Australian Rules Football as told by an icon of the sport, Leigh Matthews. Four time Premiership player, voted the player of the 20th Century and four time Premiership coach. Accept the Challenge offers rare insights into the life and learning experiences that have shaped Leigh along his successful and at times turbulent journey. Autobiographical in style this much anticipated title takes the reader back to Leigh's early childhood through to his current position as an elder statesman of the game. An honest self-appraisal as Leigh ponders the influences and experiences that shaped his character, his decisions and ultimately his career, the book unravels and reveals. Leigh is extremely open as the book explores early childhood, the fortune of moving to Hawthorn and the commencement of the shaping of his own philosophy and beliefs by legendary coaches John Kennedy, David Parkin and Allan Jeans. It identifies with the pressures of coaching Collingwood and the relief that success delivers. The task of building a champion team in the Brisbane Lions and the different personalities that contributed to the challenge but also to the successful formula that dominated the sport at the turn of the century. Lessons in team dynamics, man management, keys to success, goal setting and managing a crisis are interspersed with revealing anecdotes and exclusive content from the biggest name in the game during the sports' most successful era.
Author: WrightGroup/McGraw-Hill StaffPublish On: 2002
That man in the old house is as nutty as a fruitcake . 2. We were as crowded as a
can of sardines already , then the elevator stopped between floors . 3. She really
stole my thunder by breaking my record . Pull a few more clichés out of your hat ...
Author: WrightGroup/McGraw-Hill Staff
Each lesson in the grade level program has a correspondingChallenge activity to help students stretch to the next level ofunderstanding
This is also a time for families, for togetherness, for memories. On Christmas Eve, Maryanne and Nolan Adams tell their kids the story they most want to hear—how Mom and Dad met and fell in love.
Author: Debbie Macomber
Christmas news! Read all about it! Christmas is a time for…fruitcake. Rookie reporter Emma Collins hates fruitcake; for that matter, she hates Christmas, too. When three Washington State women are finalists in a national fruitcake contest, the story is assigned to her. That’s bad enough. It gets worse when she has to fly in a small plane (scary!) with a smart-aleck pilot named Oliver Hamilton (sexy!) and his scruffy dog (cute!). In the end she meets three wise women, falls in love and learns There’s Something About Christmas. This is also a time for families, for togetherness, for memories. On Christmas Eve, Maryanne and Nolan Adams tell their kids the story they most want to hear—how Mom and Dad met and fell in love. It all started when they were reporters on rival Seattle papers…and next thing you know, Here Comes Trouble!
... hundred million more, maybe even more than that. In short, we were very good
for credit, almost fireproof. Not surprisingly the management team decided the
time was ripe for taking on bigger challenges – like buying a national newspaper
Author: Chris Evans
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
Category: Biography & Autobiography
In Its Not What You Think Chris Evans had written himself a recipe for success. He was poised on the brink of seeing it become a reality. All the right ingredients were there: he was rich, famous; now he was the owner of his own radio station and media company. What could possibly go wrong? As it turned out, the answer was everything...well almost.
Footprints and fruitcakes soon lined the frozen ground According to earlier
tradition , this practice was meant to during the ... During the Fruitcake Fling competition , visitors were invited Families also gathered indoors within the
Missouri to toss ...
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I ' ll resurrect the fire , dear , if you ' ll arouse the children , then we can enjoy
some eggnog , hot chocolate for the kids , and some of grandma ' s cookies and fruit cake , ” Joe said . The gifts were many and varied . A wrist watch to Rita from
The differences between this kind of competition and that usually practiced in
private industry are notable . ... so precisely that a supplier cannot cut corners on
quality -- the Defense Department specifications for fruitcake are 14 pages long .
She felt her bones creak and her muscles ache as she rose each morning and
prepared for a day that would bring no challenges or great rewards. She looked
at her face in the mirror and counted the lines just to make sure there weren't any
Author: Stan Friedland
Category: Juvenile Fiction
If you had one wish to improve the world, what would it be? Melodie Fredette made her wish: “Peace on Earth, Good Will Toward Others – ALL THROUGH THE YEAR!” BUT, she didn’t know how to make her wish come true. If she could only come up with the right plan, but how? Come join Melodie and the lovable character she enlists as they try to move her exciting plan from wish to reality. You’re guaranteed to enjoy the ride – er – read. It will be magical.
The challenge then is for a winemaker to deliver the expectations of the
consumer , while forever trying to improve the breed . Regardless of both of ... An
aromatic style , quite floral with rich fruitcake , a dash of leather , and ripe fine
It proved challenging to stem the tide of doctors and nurses to the region . ... of
canned baked beans , crates of boiled fruitcake and mounds of precooked meals
for which the people of tropical Aceh had neither the need nor the appetite .
Author: Michael D. Carsten
Publisher: Naval War College Press
Category: Disaster relief
International Law Studies, V. 83. Michael D. Carsten, editor. Known as the "Blue Book" series. Contains the proceedings from a scholarly conference entitled "Global Legal Challenges Command: Command of the Commons, Strategic Communications and Natural Disasters" hosted at the Naval War College on June 28-30, 2006.
... federal government , " he a . supported layer cake federalism . b . supported
cooperative federalism . c . supported fruitcake federalism . d . gave an
historically accurate account of the basis of the powers of state and national