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Sally Ann Berk



Sally Ann Berk is the author of The New York Bartender's Guide,Smoothies, Shakes & Frappes, and Farmer's Market Cooking, among others. She is the editor of Secrets of the Druids and A Reasonable Affliction: 1001 Love Poems to Read to Each Other. She lives in Northern California with her husband and son.
Books currently available by this author

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Black Dog & Leventhal

Smoothies, Shakes & Frappes

Sally Ann Berk
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Sally Ann Berk

This fully illustrated collection of nutritious, non-alcoholic drink recipes--each accompanied by a complete nutritional analysis--is now available in a convenient trade paperback format. This A-to-Z 'juice bartender's guide' offers tasty, healthy, inventive and easy-to-make drinks that the whole family can enjoy. Featuring a comprehensive guide to ingredients, Smoothies, Shakes & Frappes boasts full-color photos throughout, instructing and tantalizing every step of the way. And the alphabetic recipe section is indexed by ingredient for maximum user-friendliness. There's no other book on the market like it.

Black Dog & Leventhal

The Big Little Book Of Jewish Wit & Wisdom

Sally Ann Berk
Authors:
Sally Ann Berk

This small, chunky volume presents the witty, wonderful, deadpan and droll insight of the Jewish culture. Chapters on Wisdom, Mitzvahs, Dybbuks, Proverbs, Jokes, Curses, Conventions, Mores (ethics), Love & Marriage, Men & Women, Children & Family provide reflections gleaned from a wealth of ancient, traditional and modern sources. The range of wise observations on the ways of the world, snappy one-liners, stories and expressions captures the spirit of the Jews throughout the centuries. Illustrated with sixty watercolor paintings, The Big Little Book of Jewish Wit & Wisdom will delight and engage even the toughest Jewish mother.Some examples:When we hear a baby laugh, it is the loveliest thing that can happen to us.--Sigmund FreudA child's wisdom is also wisdom.--Yiddish proverbI don't believe in the afterlife, although I am bringing a change of underwear.--Woody AllenMay you lose all your teeth but one, and may that one have a cavity.--Anonymous (Yiddish curse)