Blood Whiskey

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ISBN: 0785822615
Release Date: 2008-05-15
Number of pages: 256
Author: Peter Krass
Publisher: Castle Books

Download and read online Blood Whiskey in PDF and EPUB The legends are colorful and many. Jack Daniel, it is said, ran away to escape a broken home; was a teenage moonshiner during the Civil War; and hauled black-market whiskey, hidden under loads of meat, to the wild river part of Huntsville, Alabama, sneaking into town after midnight to avoid the sheriff and his deputies. This is his story and how he created one of the most powerful and recognizable brands in the world.


Blood and Whiskey

Filename: blood-and-whiskey.pdf
ISBN: STANFORD:36105114394609
Release Date: 2004-04-29
Number of pages: 288
Author: Peter Krass
Publisher: Wiley

Download and read online Blood and Whiskey in PDF and EPUB The first-ever biography of the man who created America's most famous whiskey Born in Lynchburg, Tennessee, in 1850, Jack Daniel became a legendary moonshiner at age 15 before launching a legitimate distillery ten years later. By the time he died in 1911, he was an American legend-and his Old No. 7 Tennessee sipping whiskey was an international sensation, the winner of gold medals at the St. Louis World's Fair and the Liege International Exposition in Belgium. Blood and Whiskey captures Daniel's indomitable rise in the rough-edged world of the nineteenth-century whiskey trade-and shows how his commitment to quality (his whiskey was always charcoal-filtered) and his flair for marketing and packaging (he launched his distinctive square bottle in 189-5) helped create one of America's most venerable and recognizable brands. Peter Krass (Hanover, NH) is the author of Carnegie (0-471-46883-5), cited by Barron's as the "definitive" biography and selected by Library Journal as one of the best biography/business books of 2002.


Jack Daniel s Cookbook

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ISBN: 9781401604905
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 264
Author: Lynne Tolley
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc

Download and read online Jack Daniel s Cookbook in PDF and EPUB Time-honored recipes from the Jack Daniel's family cookbook. Deep in Tennessee's tiniest county (Moore County) rests the internationally acclaimed Jack Daniel Distillery. Each year, more than 250,000 visitors find their way there from across the world. Many end up sitting down for dinner (known outside the South as "lunch") at Miss Mary Bobo's Boarding House, welcomed by the hospitality of Lynne Tolley. In Jack Daniel's Cookbook, Tolley and her cowriter Mindy Merrelloffer two hundred recipes, many never before shared with the legions of fans ofTolley's Great-Grand Uncle Jack and his Old No. 7 that made Lynchburg famous. Recipes such as: Cornbread Barrel Bungs Blueberry Buckle Skillet Cake Bobo's Carrot-Raisin Salad Sauer Mash Smoked Sausage Pot Shade Tree Beef Brisket Jack and Coke Pudding Cake In Lynchburg they have a saying: a little Jack makes a whole lot of things taste better. From cocktails to desserts andevery snack in between,let the Lynchburg tradition guide you.


Sojourner Truth

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ISBN: 0870675591
Release Date: 1990
Number of pages: 169
Author: Peter Krass
Publisher: Holloway House Publishing

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H J Heinz

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ISBN: 9780786453320
Release Date: 2009-03-18
Number of pages: 291
Author: Quentin R. Skrabec, Jr.
Publisher: McFarland

Download and read online H J Heinz in PDF and EPUB "Few people know anything at all about the founder of this global brand, H.J. Heinz. Heinz was well known for his humane treatment of his employees, customers, and suppliers. Heinz built a commercial empire by his use of industrialized food processing. This book includes over forty photographs many of which are being published for the first time"--Provided by publisher.


Cooking with Jack

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ISBN: 1588181197
Release Date: 2006
Number of pages: 184
Author: Lynne Tolley
Publisher: Gibbs Smith

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Jack Daniel s the Spirit of Tennessee Cookbook

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ISBN: 1558530010
Release Date: 1988
Number of pages: 192
Author: Lynne Tolley
Publisher: Thomas Nelson

Download and read online Jack Daniel s the Spirit of Tennessee Cookbook in PDF and EPUB Gathers traditional recipes for appetizers, soups, salads, breads, vegetables, main dishes, barbecues, and desserts, many featuring Jack Daniel's whiskey


Ignorance Confidence and Filthy Rich Friends

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ISBN: 9780470117200
Release Date: 2007-03-22
Number of pages: 288
Author: Peter Krass
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Ignorance Confidence and Filthy Rich Friends in PDF and EPUB While the entire world knows Mark Twain as the renowned author of many classic American novels, few people are aware that he was also a highly successful businessman. In fact, more than half of his life was consumed by moneymaking pursuits, which often resulted in writing projects being neglected--but at the same time, these adventures were the inspiration behind many of the characters found in his books. In Ignorance, Confidence, and Filthy Rich Friends, Peter Krass captures a little-known side of this American icon and details the roller coaster ride of his business ventures in a dramatic, entertaining, and informative narrative style. From Twain's time as the founder of his own publishing house--where he made a small fortune publishing General Ulysses S. Grant's memoirs--to his foray into venture capitalism and investment in numerous start-up firms, to his focus on his own inventions, this engaging book reveals the Mark Twain that few of us know: the no-nonsense, successful American businessman.


The Book of Gin

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ISBN: 9780802194091
Release Date: 2012-12-04
Number of pages: 304
Author: Richard Barnett
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.

Download and read online The Book of Gin in PDF and EPUB Gin has been a drink of kings infused with crushed pearls and rose petals, and a drink of the poor flavored with turpentine and sulfuric acid. Born in alchemists’ stills and monastery kitchens, its earliest incarnations were juniper flavored medicines used to prevent plague, ease the pains of childbirth, even to treat a lack of courage. In The Book of Gin, Richard Barnett traces the life of this beguiling spirit, once believed to cause a “new kind of drunkenness.” In the eighteenth century, gin-craze debauchery (and class conflict) inspired Hogarth’s satirical masterpieces “Gin Lane” and “Beer Street.” In the nineteenth century, gin was drunk by Napoleonic War naval heroes, at lavish gin palaces, and by homesick colonials, who mixed it with their bitter anti-malarial tonics. In the early twentieth century, the illicit cocktail culture of prohibition made gin – often dangerous bathtub gin—fashionable again. And today, with the growth of small–batch distilling, gin has once-again made a comeback. Wide-ranging, impeccably researched, and packed with illuminating stories, The Book of Gin is lively and fascinating, an indispensible history of a complex and notorious drink.


Carnegie

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ISBN: 9781118208588
Release Date: 2011-10-04
Number of pages: 624
Author: Peter Krass
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Carnegie in PDF and EPUB One of the major figures in American history, Andrew Carnegie was a ruthless businessman who made his fortune in the steel industry and ultimately gave most of it away. He used his wealth to ascend the world's political stage, influencing the presidencies of Grover Cleveland, William McKinley, and Theodore Roosevelt. In retirement, Carnegie became an avid promoter of world peace, only to be crushed emotionally by World War I. In this compelling biography, Peter Krass reconstructs the complicated life of this titan who came to power in America's Gilded Age. He transports the reader to Carnegie's Pittsburgh, where hundreds of smoking furnaces belched smoke into the sky and the air was filled with acrid fumes . . . and mill workers worked seven-day weeks while Carnegie spent months traveling across Europe. Carnegie explores the contradictions in the life of the man who rose from lowly bobbin boy to build the largest and most profitable steel company in the world. Krass examines how Carnegie became one of the greatest philanthropists ever known-and earned a notorious reputation that history has yet to fully reconcile with his remarkable accomplishments.


Best Job Ever

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ISBN: 9781119212324
Release Date: 2016-02-26
Number of pages: 256
Author: Dr. CK Bray
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Best Job Ever in PDF and EPUB An action-based plan for building the career of your dreams Best Job Ever! is the ultimate guide to creating your dream career and increasing your financial success by providing you with valuable and insightful career information, personal stories and examples of others who have successfully created their Best Job Ever! Written by a nationally recognized expert in career development, this book provides you with a concrete, step-by-step blueprint for revolutionizing your career and revamping your life. You'll find the motivation you need to climb out of your daily ruts as you dig deep to discover your personal motivation, financial needs, and career and life goals. This actionable guide gets you started right away as you explore various avenues for improvement—whether that means re-engaging with the job you have, getting that promotion or making a career change. You'll learn how to overcome career fear, beat job boredom, find and follow your passion while advancing your skill sets and building a career and life plan. The stories will help you decide when to forge ahead with your current career, when to change tracks entirely and how to increase your salary while doing it. If a career change is in the cards, you'll learn how to make the transition with minimal disruption to your finances and emotional well being so you can get quickly get back on track to achieving your dreams. Do you currently love your job? Have you ever loved your job? Whether you're in the wrong career or just lost the passion somewhere along the way, this book gives you a clear action plan with step by step guidance to help you build the career and life you want. Discover the principles of career development Create a job that is meaningful and fulfilling Increase Your Career Income Minimize the financial impact of changing careers/What to do when you get laid off or fired. Build the life and career you want and find happiness while doing it The vast majority of employees feel disconnected from their careers and dread going to work. Life is short! Don't waste your days in unfulfilling career when there are options out there to create the Best Job Ever! and find meaningful, fulfilling and financially rewarding work.


Inflammatory Bowel Diseases

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ISBN: 9781119077602
Release Date: 2017-04-24
Number of pages: 232
Author: Ashwin N. Ananthakrishnan
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Inflammatory Bowel Diseases in PDF and EPUB Inflammatory Bowel Diseases: A Clinician’s Guide provides practical guidance for the diagnosis and management of those suspected or known to have one of the forms of these complex diseases. It is perfect both for gastroenterology trainees learning to care for these patients and the experienced physician as a concise and practical resource for day to day use. Written by the experts, Inflammatory Bowel Diseases: A Clinician’s Guide is an essential tool for all gastroenterologists managing patients with inflammatory bowel disease.


Whiskey Sour

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ISBN: 1401300871
Release Date: 2004-06-02
Number of pages: 288
Author: Joe Konrath
Publisher: Hyperion

Download and read online Whiskey Sour in PDF and EPUB Lieutenant Jacqueline Jack' Daniels is having a bad week. Her live-in boyfriend has left her for his personal trainer, chronic insomnia has caused her to max out her credit cards with late-night home shopping purchases and a frightening killer who calls himself 'The Gingerbread Man' is dumping mutilated bodies in her district. Whiskey Sour is full of laugh-out-loud humour and edge-of-your-seat suspense and it also introduces a fun, fully drawn heroine in the grand tradition of Kinsey Millhone, Stephanie Plum and Kay Scarpetta.'


The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

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ISBN: 1405842776
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages: 32
Author: Mark Twain
Publisher: Penguin Longman

Download and read online The Adventures of Tom Sawyer in PDF and EPUB Reading level: 1 [green].


The Book of Investing Wisdom

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ISBN: 0471294543
Release Date: 1999-03-19
Number of pages: 498
Author: Peter Krass
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online The Book of Investing Wisdom in PDF and EPUB An anthology of fifty essays and speeches from the most successful and colorful investors of our time discusses the strategies and psychology underlying the market game.