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Lonely Planet's Ultimate Eatlist
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The world's top 500 food experiences - ranked! We asked the planet's top chefs, food writers and our food-obsessed authors to name their favourite, most authentic gastronomic encounters. The result is a journey to Mozambique for piri-piri chicken, Japan for bullet train bento boxes, San Sebastian pintxos bars, and a further 497 of the most exciting eateries anywhere on Earth. Ultimate Eatlist is the follow-up to our bestselling Ultimate Travelist and is a must-own bucket list for foodies and those who love to travel. You'll discover the planet's most thrilling and famous culinary experiences, the culture behind each one, what makes them so special, and why the experience is so much more than what's in the plate, bowl or glass in front of you. How many have you tried and what's your number one? With contributions from Monica Galetti, Curtis Stone, Mark Hix, Ben Shewry, Dan Hunter, Ping Coombes, Gail Simmons, Tony Singh, Elena Arzak, and many more. Entries include: Laksa, Malaysia Grilled octopus, Greece Smorrebrod, Denmark Ceviche, Peru Po boy, USA Steak tartare, France Bibimbap, Korea Dim Sum, Hong Kong Reindeer Stew, Finland Jerked chicken, Jamaica Asado, Argentina Shakshuka, Israel Pho, Vietnam Wildfoods Festival, New Zealand The Fat Duck restaurant, UK Tokyo sushi counters, Japan Bistecca alla Fiorentina, Italy Adelaide Central Market, Australia Grilled fish, Seychelles Irish stew New York Reuben delis, USA About Lonely Planet: Lonely Planet is a leading travel media company and the world's number one travel guidebook brand, providing both inspiring and trustworthy information for every kind of traveller since 1973. Over the past four decades, we've printed over 145 million guidebooks and grown a dedicated, passionate global community of travellers. You'll also find our content online, on mobile, video and in 14 languages, 12 international magazines, armchair and lifestyle books, ebooks, and more.

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Lonely Planet's Ultimate Eatlist
24,99 € *
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The world's top 500 food experiences - ranked! We asked the planet's top chefs, food writers and our food-obsessed authors to name their favourite, most authentic gastronomic encounters. The result is a journey to Mozambique for piri-piri chicken, Japan for bullet train bento boxes, San Sebastian pintxos bars, and a further 497 of the most exciting eateries anywhere on Earth. Ultimate Eatlist is the follow-up to our bestselling Ultimate Travelist and is a must-own bucket list for foodies and those who love to travel. You'll discover the planet's most thrilling and famous culinary experiences, the culture behind each one, what makes them so special, and why the experience is so much more than what's in the plate, bowl or glass in front of you. How many have you tried and what's your number one? With contributions from Monica Galetti, Curtis Stone, Mark Hix, Ben Shewry, Dan Hunter, Ping Coombes, Gail Simmons, Tony Singh, Elena Arzak, and many more. Entries include: Laksa, Malaysia Grilled octopus, Greece Smorrebrod, Denmark Ceviche, Peru Po boy, USA Steak tartare, France Bibimbap, Korea Dim Sum, Hong Kong Reindeer Stew, Finland Jerked chicken, Jamaica Asado, Argentina Shakshuka, Israel Pho, Vietnam Wildfoods Festival, New Zealand The Fat Duck restaurant, UK Tokyo sushi counters, Japan Bistecca alla Fiorentina, Italy Adelaide Central Market, Australia Grilled fish, Seychelles Irish stew New York Reuben delis, USA About Lonely Planet: Lonely Planet is a leading travel media company and the world's number one travel guidebook brand, providing both inspiring and trustworthy information for every kind of traveller since 1973. Over the past four decades, we've printed over 145 million guidebooks and grown a dedicated, passionate global community of travellers. You'll also find our content online, on mobile, video and in 14 languages, 12 international magazines, armchair and lifestyle books, ebooks, and more.

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Lancom Systems 61592 Lancom Content Filter

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Milner, R: Best of Tokyo 2019
27,90 CHF *
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Lonely Planet: The world’s number one travel guide publisher* Lonely Planet’s Best of Tokyo 2019 is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Sample the finest sushi or most satisfying bowl of noodles you’ll ever taste, explore the neon nightlife of Shinjuku, and find the best view of Mt Fuji (or climb it and wait for sunrise) – all with your trusted travel companion. Discover the best of Tokyo and begin your journey now! Inside Lonely Planet’s Best of Tokyo 2019: Full-colour images throughout Highlights and itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests Insider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots Essential info at your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, transit tips, prices Honest reviews for all budgets - eating, sightseeing, going out, shopping, hidden gems that most guidebooks miss Cultural insights provide a richer, more rewarding travel experience - covering history, art, food, wine, sport, landscapes, wildlife Free, convenient pull-out map (included in print version), plus easy-to-use colour maps to help you explore Covers Harajuku, Aoyama, Shibuya & Ebisu, Marunouchi, Nihombashi, Ginza & Tsukiji, Roppongi & Akasaka, Shinjuku, Ueno, Yanaka & Asakusa The Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet’s Best of Tokyo 2019, our easy-to-use guide, filled with inspiring and colourful photos, focuses on Tokyo’s most popular attractions for those wanting to experience the best of the best. Looking for a comprehensive guide that recommends both popular and offbeat experiences, and extensively covers all the country has to offer? Check out Lonely Planet’s Japan guide. Looking for more extensive city coverage? Check out Lonely Planet’s Tokyo guide. About Lonely Planet: Lonely Planet is a leading travel media company and the world’s number one travel guidebook brand, providing both inspiring and trustworthy information for every kind of traveller since 1973. Over the past four decades, we’ve printed over 145 million guidebooks and grown a dedicated, passionate global community of travellers. You’ll also find our content online, and in mobile apps, video, 14 languages, nine international magazines, armchair and lifestyle books, ebooks, and more. TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Awards 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 winner in Favorite Travel Guide category ‘Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other.’ – New York Times ‘Lonely Planet. It's on everyone's bookshelves; it's in every traveller's hands. It's on mobile phones. It's on the Internet. It's everywhere, and it's telling entire generations of people how to travel the world.’ – Fairfax Media (Australia) *Source: Nielsen BookScan: Australia, UK, USA, 5/2016-4/2017

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Lancom Systems 61591 Lancom Content Filter

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How to Raise an Adventurous Eater
3,00 CHF *
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ABOUT THE BOOK Do you have visions of raising a mini-Anthony Bourdain? Or perhaps, youd like your family dinners to be centered around currys, escargot, or sushi? Many parents wish that their children would eagerly try new foods, but these efforts are often fraught with stress and arguments, and end up with kids eating their favorite foods (spaghetti or grilled cheese, anyone?), instead of trying something new. Even if your child has a serious case of food neophobia (fear of trying new foods), there are some things you can do to help them develop a more varied palate. There seems to exist a disparate between the national focus on healthy eating and the obesity epidemic in the United States; getting kids to just try a few vegetables at dinner time can be an adventure in itself. Sure, your kid may not be as extreme as the 17 year old U.K. girl who was hospitalized after only eating Chicken Nuggets and fries for the past 15 years, but a kid who refuses to try new things can be quite frustrating for everyone else in the family. MEET THE AUTHOR Kate has over 10 years of experience writing, researching and editing articles, eNewsletters, web content, press releases, and resource books. Shes a huge nerd, and am interested in everything from science and the latest technology to crafts, food and celebrity gossip. Because of her eclectic tastes, She written about topics ranging from childhood brain development to fuel efficiency to micro-breweries. Kate loves writing and researching, as it gives her a chance to inform and entertain readers, and an opportunity to learn something new. She has a sharp, concise writing style and a keen eye for detail, making her books a joy to read. Be sure to check out all her titles. Shes a native Mainer, and when shes not shovelling snow or writing, shes spending time with her family. EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK Recent studies have shown that the best way to get your kids to be adventurous in their food choices is to expose them to unique foods at a young age. In fact, the more varied food a mother eats while pregnant can affect what her child will eat in the future. Foods with strong flavors (mint, garlic, vanilla, etc.) actually cross the placenta, and can be tasted by a developing baby in the womb. NPR explains how the experiment was performed: To determine if flavors are passed from the mother to the the baby via the amniotic fluid, researchers gave women garlic capsules or sugar capsules before taking a routine sample of their amniotic fluid and then asked a panel of people to smell the samples. 'And it was easy,' says Mennella. 'They could pick out the samples easily from the women who ate garlic.' The sense of taste is actually 90-percent smell, she added, so they knew just from the odor that the babies could taste it. Babies exposed to various strong flavors in the womb generally went on to enjoy those flavors more later in life. Another similar study had pregnant and nursing mothers drink carrot juice every day. Their children, by and large, went on to become carrot lovers. CHAPTER OUTLINE How to Raise an Adventurous Eater + Do you have visions of raising a mini-Anthony Bourdain? + Starting off on the right brussel sprout + What to Avoid + Tips and Tricks + ...and much more

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Lancom Systems 61595 Lancom Content Filter

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Future Millionaires' Guidebook
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Most people believe the only way to acquire a million dollars is by purchasing a winning lottery ticket. The authors of Future Millionaires' Guidebook contend that making smart and deliberate financial decisions can help anyone achieve this goal. Written by the reporters and editors of the award-winning personal finance website Bankrate.com, Future Millionaires' Guidebook is designed to help readers learn about every facet of their financial lives. Chapter topics include organizing your finances, savvy ways to use credit cards, how to boost your credit score, finding college financing, getting rid of debt, setting up bank accounts, buying a car, purchasing a home, shopping for a mortgage, managing risk with insurance, investing like a pro, saving for retirement, figuring your taxes -- and even estate planning. Each chapter is written by a reporter or editor who covers that beat and is deeply familiar with the subject matter. Their hope is to share valuable information that helps their readers make smart decisions and achieve financial success. The book targets young people because they stand to gain the most by learning about money at an early age. As an example, if they begin investing in their 20s instead of waiting until their 30s, they can amass more than twice the amount as the procrastinators by the time they retire - with just a 10-year head start. (We explain the magic of compound interest in the investing chapter.) Though Future Millionaires' Guidebook was written with the young person in mind, anyone can benefit from reading it. Teachers could confidently assign Future Millionaires' Guidebook as a summer reading assignment to their students, knowing that students will attain a wealth of information that will set them on the right track to managing money. Each chapter ends with a fun quiz that helps reinforce the material. The book can also serve as a textbook for personal finance classes. One big obstacle to wealth is the subject matter of finance itself. It's complicated, full of intimidating jargon and a big mystery to many people, young and old alike. Future Millionaires' Guidebook decodes the jargon and explains in easy-to-understand English how to make money work for you so that you can make the most of it. Most personal finance books geared to the youth market - and only a handful exist - are either too bland or too bossy. The approach used in Future Millionaires' Guidebook is different because we think personal finance can be fun. In a light, airy tone designed to engage the reader, Future Millionaires' Guidebook gets across all the important points about how to handle personal finances and why it's important to take it seriously. But we talk to readers as if we were friends sitting next to them at a sushi bar. The authors - Claes Bell, Kay Bell, Christina Couch, Kim Fulscher, Janna Herron, Jay MacDonald, Sheyna Steiner and Barbara Whelehan - are uniquely qualified to write this book. They work together at Bankrate.com, an award-winning financial website known for its excellent editorial content. They each follow their respective beats closely and know them well. Future Millionaires' Guidebook is currently available in e-book format only.

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Lancom Systems 61590 Lancom Content Filter

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Future Millionaires' Guidebook
18,49 € *
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Most people believe the only way to acquire a million dollars is by purchasing a winning lottery ticket. The authors of Future Millionaires' Guidebook contend that making smart and deliberate financial decisions can help anyone achieve this goal. Written by the reporters and editors of the award-winning personal finance website Bankrate.com, Future Millionaires' Guidebook is designed to help readers learn about every facet of their financial lives. Chapter topics include organizing your finances, savvy ways to use credit cards, how to boost your credit score, finding college financing, getting rid of debt, setting up bank accounts, buying a car, purchasing a home, shopping for a mortgage, managing risk with insurance, investing like a pro, saving for retirement, figuring your taxes -- and even estate planning. Each chapter is written by a reporter or editor who covers that beat and is deeply familiar with the subject matter. Their hope is to share valuable information that helps their readers make smart decisions and achieve financial success. The book targets young people because they stand to gain the most by learning about money at an early age. As an example, if they begin investing in their 20s instead of waiting until their 30s, they can amass more than twice the amount as the procrastinators by the time they retire - with just a 10-year head start. (We explain the magic of compound interest in the investing chapter.) Though Future Millionaires' Guidebook was written with the young person in mind, anyone can benefit from reading it. Teachers could confidently assign Future Millionaires' Guidebook as a summer reading assignment to their students, knowing that students will attain a wealth of information that will set them on the right track to managing money. Each chapter ends with a fun quiz that helps reinforce the material. The book can also serve as a textbook for personal finance classes. One big obstacle to wealth is the subject matter of finance itself. It's complicated, full of intimidating jargon and a big mystery to many people, young and old alike. Future Millionaires' Guidebook decodes the jargon and explains in easy-to-understand English how to make money work for you so that you can make the most of it. Most personal finance books geared to the youth market - and only a handful exist - are either too bland or too bossy. The approach used in Future Millionaires' Guidebook is different because we think personal finance can be fun. In a light, airy tone designed to engage the reader, Future Millionaires' Guidebook gets across all the important points about how to handle personal finances and why it's important to take it seriously. But we talk to readers as if we were friends sitting next to them at a sushi bar. The authors - Claes Bell, Kay Bell, Christina Couch, Kim Fulscher, Janna Herron, Jay MacDonald, Sheyna Steiner and Barbara Whelehan - are uniquely qualified to write this book. They work together at Bankrate.com, an award-winning financial website known for its excellent editorial content. They each follow their respective beats closely and know them well. Future Millionaires' Guidebook is currently available in e-book format only.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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How to Raise an Adventurous Eater
2,33 € *
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ABOUT THE BOOK Do you have visions of raising a mini-Anthony Bourdain? Or perhaps, youd like your family dinners to be centered around currys, escargot, or sushi? Many parents wish that their children would eagerly try new foods, but these efforts are often fraught with stress and arguments, and end up with kids eating their favorite foods (spaghetti or grilled cheese, anyone?), instead of trying something new. Even if your child has a serious case of food neophobia (fear of trying new foods), there are some things you can do to help them develop a more varied palate. There seems to exist a disparate between the national focus on healthy eating and the obesity epidemic in the United States; getting kids to just try a few vegetables at dinner time can be an adventure in itself. Sure, your kid may not be as extreme as the 17 year old U.K. girl who was hospitalized after only eating Chicken Nuggets and fries for the past 15 years, but a kid who refuses to try new things can be quite frustrating for everyone else in the family. MEET THE AUTHOR Kate has over 10 years of experience writing, researching and editing articles, eNewsletters, web content, press releases, and resource books. Shes a huge nerd, and am interested in everything from science and the latest technology to crafts, food and celebrity gossip. Because of her eclectic tastes, She written about topics ranging from childhood brain development to fuel efficiency to micro-breweries. Kate loves writing and researching, as it gives her a chance to inform and entertain readers, and an opportunity to learn something new. She has a sharp, concise writing style and a keen eye for detail, making her books a joy to read. Be sure to check out all her titles. Shes a native Mainer, and when shes not shovelling snow or writing, shes spending time with her family. EXCERPT FROM THE BOOK Recent studies have shown that the best way to get your kids to be adventurous in their food choices is to expose them to unique foods at a young age. In fact, the more varied food a mother eats while pregnant can affect what her child will eat in the future. Foods with strong flavors (mint, garlic, vanilla, etc.) actually cross the placenta, and can be tasted by a developing baby in the womb. NPR explains how the experiment was performed: To determine if flavors are passed from the mother to the the baby via the amniotic fluid, researchers gave women garlic capsules or sugar capsules before taking a routine sample of their amniotic fluid and then asked a panel of people to smell the samples. 'And it was easy,' says Mennella. 'They could pick out the samples easily from the women who ate garlic.' The sense of taste is actually 90-percent smell, she added, so they knew just from the odor that the babies could taste it. Babies exposed to various strong flavors in the womb generally went on to enjoy those flavors more later in life. Another similar study had pregnant and nursing mothers drink carrot juice every day. Their children, by and large, went on to become carrot lovers. CHAPTER OUTLINE How to Raise an Adventurous Eater + Do you have visions of raising a mini-Anthony Bourdain? + Starting off on the right brussel sprout + What to Avoid + Tips and Tricks + ...and much more

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