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Craft, inc. : the ultimate guide to turning your creative hobby into a successful business
In this completely revised edition of the definitive crafter s business book, entrepreneur Meg Mateo Ilasco offers expanded and authoritative guidance on everything from developing products and sourcing materials to writing a business plan and paying taxes. With all-new sections on opening an online shop, using social media strategically, and more along with updated interviews from such craft luminaries as Jonathan Adler and Jill Bliss
The soup bible by David Paul Larousse 1949-
The basics of making delicious soup step by step - with clear, easy-to-follow instructions on stock making, cutting techniques, garnishes, and more. The book is illustrated with dozens of helpful drawings outlining cooking techniques, along with 16 pages of inspiring color photographs showcasing finished presentations.
A social history of tea by Jane Pettigrew
Drawing on the collections and archives of the National Trust, this book offers a comprehensive exploration of the social history of tea from the 17th century to the present day.