Grammar Once a Week

Author: Elske Brown,Judy Jackson,Doug Brown,Bob Monaghan

Publisher: Rigby

ISBN: 9781442509658

Category: English language

Page: 79

View: 7792


Grammar Once a Week contains double page units based on topics that allow for integration with other curriculum areas. Unit activities focus on sentence development, punctuation, parts of speech and word knowledge.

Once a Week

An Illustrated Miscellany of Literature, Art, Science & Popular Information

Author: S. Lucas

Publisher: N.A


Category: Art

Page: N.A

View: 4244


Cook Once a Week, Eat Well Every Day

Make-Ahead Meals that Transform Your Suppertime Circus into Relaxing Family Time

Author: Theresa Albert-Ratchford

Publisher: Da Capo Lifelong Books

ISBN: 9781569243398

Category: Cooking

Page: 160

View: 4282


Cook Once a Week, Eat Well Every Day is the ultimate cookbook for today's busy parents. Instead of facing a suppertime circus, it allows moms and dads to prepare meals in advance so they can hurry home to more important things. Author Theresa Albert is a home-cooking efficiency expert who shares her culinary knowledge and organizational expertise—she offers more than three months worth of delicious, nutritious, family-friendly dinners, with plans on how to shop for, prepare, and cook each meal. Since the planning and preparation of each weeknight meal is done in three hours or less on a weekend afternoon, all parents need to do each weeknight is heat things up and get everyone to the table. The thirteen weekly plans feature delicious and affordable recipes for a variety of tastes, such as Chicken Cacciatore, Meatloaf Florentine, Lemony Baked Shrimp, Baked Mashed Potatoes and Potato Skins, Sesame Broccoli Salad, Easy Minestrone, Oatmeal Cookies, and more. With nutritional analyses, itemized shopping lists, great leftover ideas, countless kitchen tips, and "quickie meals from what you've got," Cook Once a Week, Eat Well Every Day offers less stress Monday through Friday, which makes spending time together as a family possible once again.

Power of 10

The Once-A-Week Slow Motion Fitness Revolution

Author: Adam Zickerman

Publisher: Harper Collins

ISBN: 9780062045317

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 224

View: 5079


Fitness expert Adam Zickerman presents a revolutionary exercise program – slow strength training – that will forever change the way people work out. The Power of 10 seems to contradict nearly everything we're accustomed to hearing about exercise. Forget hours on the treadmill, and forget daily visits to the gym. This new program offers 20 minute workout sessions, once or twice per week, with an alluring emphasis on rest and recovery on your days off. The principle behind The Power of 10 is simple: by lifting weights in slow motion, making each rep last 20 seconds (10 seconds lifting and 10 seconds lowering) instead of the typical 7 seconds, you can maximize muscle transformation. The short workouts are so effective that your body will need days to recover and repair properly. Studies have shown that such routines can increase lean body mass, help burn calories more efficiently, and prevent cardio–vascular disease more effectively than aerobic exercise alone.

Once a Week

Author: A. A. Milne

Publisher: The Floating Press

ISBN: 1775459187

Category: Fiction

Page: 325

View: 2634


Think A.A. Milne's literary legacy begins and ends with the Winnie-the-Pooh stories? Think again. Milne was a prolific writer, and actually came to prefer writing for adults over time. This collection of humorous short sketches, stories, and vignettes is a perfect introduction to Milne's output for those who have long since graduated from kindergarten.

Cook Once A Week

Eat Well Every Day

Author: Theresa Albert-Ratchford

Publisher: HarperCollins Canada

ISBN: 1443404268

Category: Cooking

Page: 208

View: 8226


Guaranteed to silence the dreaded 5:00 p.m. “What’s for dinner?” wail—not to mention a solution to the “pizza or burgers?” dilemma—Cook Once a Week is the innovative cookbook whose easy-to-follow system delivers a week’s worth of meals in a single, one-stop planning, shopping and cooking session. This is a book that takes into account what every mom knows: family schedules and budgets are incredibly tight; not everyone will be eating together every night; convenience foods cost; and kids are picky eaters. With Cook Once a Week, Theresa Albert-Ratchford, a personal chef, cooking instructor and food columnist, has done the impossible—she’s turned dinner-hour insanity into an enjoyable, family-friendly time. Here’s what’s inside: From Better Basics to Vegetarian Visitors: 12 balanced, weekly dinner menus, plus a bonus week for the pickiest of kids Step-by-step recipes that allow you to prepare the whole week’s meals in the same amount of time it would take to make just your Sunday dinner Budget $100 or less for food each week: there’s no waste, just lots of great eating Detailed, photocopy-ready weekly shopping lists that eliminate waste, impulse buying and multiple trips to the grocery store Breakfast and lunch plans for families on the go, including 10 lunchbox ideas Grab and go: handy tips that incorporate leftovers into fast and tasty all-new meals Invaluable advice: on nutrition (each recipe has a complete nutritional analysis), getting the kids involved, pantry must-haves, and freezing and serving tips Over 25 two-minute ideas to make entrées, side dishes, snacks and desserts