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NJ COOKING CLASSES. COOKING CLASSES


Nj Cooking Classes. Mustard Oil Cooking. Black Southern Cooking.



Nj Cooking Classes





nj cooking classes






    cooking
  • (cook) someone who cooks food

  • The practice or skill of preparing food

  • Food that has been prepared in a particular way

  • the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"

  • The process of preparing food by heating it

  • (cook) prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"





    classes
  • (class) a collection of things sharing a common attribute; "there are two classes of detergents"

  • Assign or regard as belonging to a particular category

  • (class) classify: arrange or order by classes or categories; "How would you classify these pottery shards--are they prehistoric?"

  • (class) a body of students who are taught together; "early morning classes are always sleepy"





    nj
  • New Jersey (in official postal use)

  • New Jersey: a Mid-Atlantic state on the Atlantic; one of the original 13 colonies

  • This is a list of digraphs used in various Latin alphabets. (See also List of Cyrillic digraphs.) Capitalization involves only the first letter (ch – Ch) unless otherwise stated (ij – IJ).

  • (NJS) Network Job Supervisor. A Grid site supporting the UNICORE middleware is required to run at least one instance of an NJS which is the entry point for incoming jobs.











Montclair, NJ School Photo




Montclair, NJ School Photo





NOTE: in the middle of the card it says (MJR NY Giants 1950) but I can't work out who that would be.

10a. Alan Fitch's
18a. Luke M. White Jr.
28a. Carl Harris
9d. Percy Walling
Frank Panicio
9a. Beacham Tredennick
25a. Cornille Strother
6c. Dorothy Whitehead
6b. Beau Caplain
Mary Ellis
36c. Gertrude Flanagan
32b. Doris d'Adolf
31b. Ethel Bicker
26b. Peggy Rain
38a. John R. Sorensen
35a. William Thatcher
Elsie F. Hoffer
20b. Gertrude Smith
23b. Judy Hamilton
19a. Martin Hall
17b. Jo Hall
10a. John Flannery
20a. Alan Fitch
16a. Whitfield Cook
24b. Francis Hurriy
7d. Robert Shaw
1a. Morris J. Carpenter
Alice E. Chandler
17a. Walter Jees
29a. Edward Corney
29d. Jordan Thayer
26a. Stewart Thorton
23d. Edward Gannon
13a. William Paxton
17a. Daulton Viskinakki
24a. Gordon S. Javand
15a. James Robertson
9c. Margaret McCord
30b. Florence Harris
11a. Bill Lurst
21a. Gordon Lindsay
8a. Thomas D. Beattie
Joseph Fulanti
Whitney Alde
Bernice Duncan
Robert McDowell
Mislas Monacoy
Virginia Bullock
Ruth B. Waring
Lucien St. John
Grace Hessinger
Ruth Farmer
William Ryan
Marjorie J Estabrook
Ned Hoffman
Lottie Schiffl
Helen Ramey
Helen Anderson
Kathleen Gannon
Patsy J Cuozzo
Eunice Ahrens
Sheldon E Ewell
Evelyn Olson
Ruth Sapor
Josephine Ceatone
Mary Durening
Jeanette Zanjuld
Helen Fiore
Rita Meyer
Betty Ward
Peggy Osberg
Peggy McDowall
Winifred Farde
Abraham Jordan
Theodore T. Hussa Jr.
William Underhill
Mary L Phillips
Emit Molurg
Raymond Schefler
Frances Brittingham
Isadora Denike
Alice Morton
Elfreda E Cobb (1926)
Virginia E. Mateer 1/23
Claire Nicholson
Helen Forts
Grace Hessinger
Elizabeth Neal
Marion Ewell
Ernest Giamino
Madeline M. Gabrantz
Winifred Cuny
Doris E Walker
Frederick R Hall
Louise R Greene
Hugh H McConnell
Marshal Hall
Valentine Messi
Daniel M Bay
Rorci Centalanza
Carmen Rossi
Mary Passino
Julien Bookhadter
Gordon Cameron
Betty Hart
Joseph Cudone
Angelo Dishensere
William Putnam
Monnan Reeve
Eunice Allan
Aurelia Brown
Peggy Oberg
Frank Farrell
Goery H Blake
Cecelia Gordon
Dorothy Shipman
Katherine Law

The following names are on the back of a smaller, identical photo:
Edward Corney
Gordon Garan, Esq.
Norman Reeves
Ed Carlson
Cornille Strother
Luke M White, Jr.
Gordon Cameron
Robert Shaw
Frederick R. Hall
Bert Self
Russell Carter Jr.
Hugh McConnell
Stewart Thorton
Bernard Cohen
William Brown
Arnold Graimetts
Norman Patterson
Dick Babcock
Doris d'Adolf
Ethel Becker
Lillian Block
Winifred Lueif
Martha Hall
Elizabeth Ferris
Eunice Allan
Carrie Kornegard
Ellen McGeltram
Carl Harris
Percy Walling
John R. Sorensen
Beacham Mcdennich
Jim W. Cairley











Peeling the Onion - Günter Grass




Peeling the Onion - Günter Grass





Grass' new book. I'm waiting for it to come on audio next month.
Borders - 259 Quaker Bridge Mall - Lawrenceville, NJ 08648

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Gunter Wilhelm Grass (born October 16, 1927) is a Nobel Prize-winning German author and playwright.

He was born in the Free City of Danzig (now Gdansk, Poland). Since 1945, he has lived in (the now former) West Germany, but in his fiction he frequently returns to the Danzig of his childhood.

He is best known for his first novel, The Tin Drum, a key text in European magic realism. His works frequently have a strong (left wing, socialist) political dimension, and Grass has been an active supporter of the Social Democratic Party of Germany. In 2006, Grass caused a controversy with his belated disclosure of Waffen-SS service during the final months of World War II.

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Peeling the Onion

"The story of a life. Of a childhood in Danzig that ends with the beginning of World War II. The family in a crowded two-room apartment - mother, father, sister, and the young Gunter, who collects cigarette cards featuring the masterpieces of Renaissance art, and dreams of enlisting in the submarine corps." "At age ten, he joins the Jungvolk; at age fifteen, he volunteers for the navy, but is rejected. "A believer till the end ... with untroubled, unquestioning fervor" - that is how Grass sees himself in his own rearview mirror. Two years later he is drafted and assigned to the Waffen-SS as a tank gunner. He is sent to the Eastern Front in the spring of 1945." "Wounded, Grass ends up in an American POW camp when the war ends. There he spends time taking abstract cooking classes (no ingredients, just words) and playing dice with a pious fellow prisoner, a Bavarian by the name of Joseph ... could it have been Joseph Ratzinger? And it is there that, in disbelief, he first sees photographs of Bergen-Belsen." "Released from camp, Grass hits the road - working deep underground in a mine near Hanover; carving tombstones and flirting with existentialism in Dusseldorf; making art and dancing to ragtime in Berlin with Anna, his first great love. He mourns his mother, "who was born in pain and died in pain, and set me free to write and write." He begins work on his great novel, The Tin Drum."--BOOK JACKET.










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