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Cooking, an Emotion (Cuisiner, un sentiment)

FRENCH FOOD PHILOSOPHY Every Thursday, Jacky Durand shows us around in the kitchen in his foody column. This book stems from these nuggets, which have been carefully selected, re-seasoned, and made even more tasteful to satisfy our palate. It is the perfect companion for the food lover and it will appeal to readers of Anthony […]

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Dinner Time on the Titanic. 40 Recipes Before the Iceberg

HISTORY – COOKING You are invited to board the Titanic, sit at its passengers’ dinner tables and share what will be the last pleasure for many of them. The dinners served on board just before the shipwreck inhabit the flavor of a vanished world, of which they faithfully recreate the splendor and reality. This unusual […]

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The Matter of Conscience Laboratory (Le laboratoire des cas de conscience)

ETHICS – PHILOSOPHY – LITERARY CRITICISM Big philosophical and ethical questions are made accessible to all in this short book: do we have the right to sacrifice one life in order to save several others? How far should our solidarity go for someone who means nothing to us? How to do justice when there is […]

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The Idea M/F (Het Idee M/V)

This book offers a – much needed – new perspective on male female differences. It challenges current popular theory and shows how recent scientific discoveries tell a surprising and quite different story. The writing is accessible for a broad audience while also containing detailed notes and references for the more specialized reader. Upon publication it […]

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After Delphine (Na Delphine)

  Delphine Zomerland has it all: a good marriage, two lovely daughters, a successful career and a group of close friends. However, one day she leaves everyone behind and disappears without a trace. Her best friend Nina is left in despair. Why did Delphine not say anything before she left? And did she indeed leave […]

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Sophie in Weimar. A Princess of Orange in Germany.

The liberal Sophie of the Netherlands (1824-1897) is the youngest child of King William II and Queen Anna Pavlovna. Due to her modest nature, the Grand Duchess Sophie Von Sachsen Weimar Eisenach has been almost entirely overlooked in the Dutch-German history. And yet this humble princess of Orange was a woman of world-class culture, who […]

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