The Mighty Dad Way to Grill

The Mighty Dad Way to Grill

Grill like a Superhero with The Mighty Dad Way to Grill Cookbook.

Author: C. Marie

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ISBN: 1734142960

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Page: 176

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Grill like a Superhero with The Mighty Dad Way to Grill Cookbook. This grilling cookbook features all the must-have recipes for grilling from burgers and ribs to corn on the cob and chicken wings. Wow your family and guests with powered up recipes, such as Steakhouse-Style Ribeye and Mediterranean Grilled Chicken. Packed with tips and guidance from our resident Mighty Dads on how to maximize your grilling potential, including versatile swaps and flavor add-ins, and equipment to add to your grilling set up. Whether you are an expert grill master or just starting out, you will love the easy and delicious recipes in this cookbook with full page photos and simple step-by-step instructions. Power up your plate with The Mighty Dad Way to Grill Cookbook.
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Daddy Dates

Daddy Dates

It is a mighty grim endeavor. Then there was Grandpa. My mom's dad. He passed away recently, and, boy, do I miss that man. For good reason, I emulated my approach to work after him. Grandpa was a driven guy, too, and worked just as hard ...

Author: Greg Wright

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

ISBN: 9781595553997

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 226

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One day motivational leader Greg Wright realized that the four set of pretty young eyes under his own roof were looking to Dad to be strong, fearless, and wise. The reality was, the lone male in an all-girl household ("heck, even the dog was female") was only thirty years old and felt like he had been shoved into the deep end of the estrogen pool without swimming lessons. That's when the love-struck father of four gorgeous pre-teens started searching for a plan for how to be a successful Dad, and did what any sensible guy would do. He bailed. Not only on his family, but into the woods, to seek a "solution." Daddy Dates is an entertaining and practical look at how one American father found his sea legs and is navigating through the tricky waters of parenting girls. In this game-changing book, Greg shares his easy-to-follow secrets for how married and single dads can go beyond high-fiving to bridge the gender gap and become the clued-in man who knows his daughter best. Dads have more influence on their girls than anyone. Learn what makes your daughter tick, how to talk to her effectively and connect more profoundly, at any age. If being their hero is your mission, it's not impossible. Daddy Dates is your road map to get there. "Hi honey. It's Daddy. I'm calling to see if you'd like to go on a date with me tonight." "Um, yes, Daddy I think I would." It's a phone call Greg Wright has made over and over again. By age thirty, Greg was the overwhelmed father of four beautiful little girls, with one thought running through his mind over and over again: Don't Screw Up. Daddy Dates is about a guy taking his best shot at being a successful dad by trying to know his girls?really know their fears, dreams, and opinions?and how he stumbled across an incredible strategy to do that with daughters of any age or stage. This funny, insightful, and relatable book poses the wildly original concept that should be a "duh" for most dads?but isn't. In order to raise a confident woman-to-be, show your daughter what it feels like to be treated with love, respect, and true interest by a man who loves her. Daddy Dates is not another "how to" book from a parenting expert. It's a personal, eye-opening, often humorous look at an Average Joe's intentional pursuit of his daughter's hearts and minds, and the love-inspired steps he is taking to solidify Dad's place in each of their lives, forever. Whether married or single, Daddy Dates can help you better connect with virtually all of the females in your life. Using Greg's communication cues, you'll be blown away by what you'll learn about your child, and how you can make a powerful, lasting difference?especially during her rocky teenage years. Daddy Dates is about one thing?becoming her hero?one date at a time. Endorsements: –Matt Crossman, Senior Writer for SPORTING NEWS magazine (and father of 2 daughters) DADDY DATES wondrously focuses men (and the women who love them) on the affirmation & empowerment a father’s creative attention, energy, and love can have on the precious daughters in our lives. –Jan Goldstein, bestselling author of THE BRIDE WILL KEEP HER NAME (and father of 3) It’s an easy thing to say that any father with a daughter should read this book. But, the truth
Categories: Family & Relationships

Dave Hill Doesn t Live Here Anymore

Dave Hill Doesn t Live Here Anymore

After my dad dislodged the hook from the catfish's gaping maw and dumped him into our cooler along with some water and a few ... presumably bottomfeeding his way along the floor of the mighty Lake Erie without a care in the world.

Author: Dave Hill

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9780698136755

Category: Humor

Page: 288

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With his signature matter-of-fact humor, comedian and musician Dave Hill explores his increasingly close relationship with his recently widowed father in a series of painfully funny essays you will want to read again and again by the fire, at the beach, in a truck stop men’s room, or just about anywhere. It’s your call, really. These days, Dave has just the right amount of spare time to write books at home, preferably in his underwear, but things weren’t always perfect. When he found himself pushing thirty while still living with his parents in Cleveland, unsuited for anything but what an “employment expert” vaguely called a career in “art, music, writing, or entertainment,” he decided to visit some friends in New York for the weekend and never left. However, getting his life together wasn’t as easy as he’d hoped, and even an illegally subletted, rent controlled fifth-floor walk-up studio apartment with a (for the most part) working toilet wasn’t glamorous enough to erase the fact that his four siblings were all married with steady jobs and actual human offspring. And in recent years, Dave’s father had grown tired of loaning him cash and living alone in the empty family home, neither of which made much sense to Dave, but whatever. Through the process of his father’s eventual move to a retirement community, Dave and his dad bonded over the things in life that really matter: scorching-hot rock jams, the gluten allergy craze, eighteen-wheelers, Italian food (pizza and spaghetti), and whatever else could possibly be left after that. Meanwhile, Dave discovered his late-blooming manhood via experiences as disparate and dangerous as a visit to a remote Mexican prison, where he learned that people everywhere love the Eagles, and a martial arts class that pushed his resolve and his groin to their limit. In Dave Hill Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, Hill’s voice is sharp, carefree, laced with just the right amount of profanity, and he is—seemingly despite himself—deeply empathetic as he portrays a difficult time in his family’s life and grows up just enough to realize that maybe he and his dad aren’t so different after all.
Categories: Humor

Unexpected Father

Unexpected Father

But he was afraid that if he confronted her about his rights as a father she would be even more recalcitrant. Jordan put his frustration ... While she was being honest, she might as well admit that she missed the way his shoulder and ...

Author: Kelly Jamison

Publisher: Harlequin

ISBN: 9781459271807

Category: Fiction

Page: 192

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HE HAD A SON? Jordan McClennon never expected that his short, passionate affair with Hannah Brewster seven years ago had produced a child. But he just knew that six-year-old Kevin was living proof! True, Hannah had never told Jordan he was a father, but he was prepared to give her time to accept that he was back in her life for good. Until then, he was taking control of the minor details—reigniting the passion with Hannah, building a bond with Kevin, and planning the perfect wedding…. But then Hannah discovered what Jordan suspected! And told him the truth about Kevin….
Categories: Fiction

Better Homes and Gardens

Better Homes and Gardens

Stir about 4 minutes over low heat , spoon over vegetables - the family will say you're a mighty smart cook ! HER ONLY $ 1.95 Better Homes & Gardens BARBECUE BOOK complete how - to for OUTDOOR COOKING New book helps Dad cook !

Author: Chesla Clella Sherlock

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ISBN: UCSD:31822027257708

Category: Architecture, Domestic

Page: 1392

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Categories: Architecture, Domestic

Song for My Father

Song for My Father

Weleftthe museumand walked downMainStreet,and decided to eat dinner—ourfirst mealof the day—inabar andgrill that brought us back ... Each of ushad carried oneofapair of my father's exquisite jeweled cufflinks during the day, asaway of ...

Author: Stephanie Stokes Oliver

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781416521570

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 352

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On Election Day in 1960, a classmate of Stephanie Stokes Oliver threatened to beat her up. Why? Because in their class's mock presidential election, Stephanie revealed that she would follow her father's lead and vote for Nixon over Kennedy. Stephanie realized this day that her family was different from most other African Americans at the time: They were Republicans. Song for My Father is Stokes Oliver's memoir of her father, Charles M. Stokes, a prominent member of the National Republican Party. Known as "Stokey," this pioneering black man in the fields of law, legislation, and politics raised three children in the tumultuous 1960s and 70s, when memories of the Republican Party as the party of Abraham Lincoln -- and association of the party with the emancipation of slaves -- had faded. As Stephanie came of age, she and her father disagreed on everything -- especially politics -- but they were bound by mutual love and respect. Born in Kansas in the early twentieth century, Charles M. Stokes established himself in his home state as a lawyer and a Republican leader before moving in 1943 to Seattle, where he was the only black attorney in private practice. He later became Seattle's first black state legislator and served as Washington State's first African-American district court judge. When he ran for lieutenant governor in 1960, Stokes was narrowly defeated in the primary, but his political race blazed a trail for other African Americans in both local and national politics. This is Stokes Oliver's tribute to a larger-than-life father, but it is also the inspiring story of an American family who worked, struggled, dreamed, and succeeded.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Veneer

Veneer

They sometimes ate it prepared the same way we would prepare ours — on a grill — and usually the grill stood on the balcony of an apartment overlooking the beach in a place like Santa Monica or Malibu . Tomorrow would be almost like a ...

Author: Steve Yarbrough

Publisher: University of Missouri Press

ISBN: 0826211852

Category: Fiction

Page: 226

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"The Mississippi that he writes about is not one of racist sheriffs and magnolias but offshore gambling and movie stars and forty-dollar steaks." -- Lewis Nordan.
Categories: Fiction

Factory and Industrial Management

Factory and Industrial Management

Afterwards , as we sat complaints , is helping the sales departthe Grill business - not just how to around the table smoking , I got Dad ment in a mighty legitimate way to incook — and so he studied the question to spring his famous ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015047650398

Category: Engineering

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Categories: Engineering

Justice

Justice

“Yeah, you're weird that way,” Payton said. “Only you would think it was cool to have Dad grill your boyfriend for hours, asking his intentions and crap.” I giggled. “Maybe you have a point. ... “Oh, how the mighty have fallen.

Author: Piper Davenport

Publisher: Trixie Publishing, Inc.

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Category: Fiction

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18+ for language and sexual content. Macey Gilbert has lived through a horrific crime and lost the love of her life in the process. When a new danger arises and threatens the small thread of sanity she’s clinging to, she’s forced to trust in the one person she thought she’d lost forever. Dallas Stone watched as the woman he loves pushed him away years ago, but in a stolen moment, she shows him hope and he makes a snap decision that will change their lives forever. Will Macey open up enough to let Dallas back in? Will Dallas be able to protect her from an enemy neither of them saw coming?
Categories: Fiction

Across the Hall

Across the Hall

His cheeks 8ared but he did as his mother asked and made his way to the back yard calling the pups so they would follow him. ... His father, no matter how many times he tried, was completely hopeless when it came to grilling.

Author: Dawn Love

Publisher: Dawn Love

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Category: Fiction

Page: 168

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Have you met the Cassidy Brothers? Begin your journey with Cade and Mara in Across the Hall! ***This book contains descriptions of sexually explicit encounters between consenting adults. He fell in love when he was eight years old. His summer vacation had led to a childhood crush that he'd never forgotten. Though he didn't realize it, he'd looked for her in every woman he'd dated. She'd fallen in love, too. The lonely little girl she'd been had found a new friend, making for her best vacation ever. She's all grown up now but still lonely, perhaps more so than ever. A walk on the beach will change both their worlds forever.
Categories: Fiction