Project Smoke

Even I found new ground covered in this smart, accessible book.” —Myron Dixon

Author: Steven Raichlen

Publisher: Workman Publishing

ISBN: 0761181865

Category: Cooking

Page: 304

View: 858

The Barbecue Bible for Smoking Meats A complete, step-by-step guide to mastering the art and craft of smoking, plus 100 recipes—every one a game-changer –for smoked food that roars off your plate with flavor. Here’s how to choose the right smoker (or turn the grill you have into an effective smoking machine). Understand the different tools, fuels, and smoking woods. Master all the essential techniques: hot-smoking, cold-smoking, rotisserie-smoking, even smoking with tea and hay—try it with fresh mozzarella. USA Today says, “Where there’s smoke, there’s Steven Raichlen.” Steven Raichlen says, “Where there’s brisket, ribs, pork belly, salmon, turkey, even cocktails and dessert, there will be smoke.” And Aaron Franklin of Franklin Barbecue says, “Nothin’ but great techniques and recipes. I am especially excited about the smoked cheesecake.” Time to go forth and smoke. “If your version of heaven has smoked meats waiting beyond the pearly gates, then PROJECT SMOKE is your bible.” —Tom Colicchio “Steven Raichlen really nails everything you need to know. Even I found new ground covered in this smart, accessible book.” —Myron Dixon

Lethal But Legal

International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. November 15, 2010.
Available at: http:// www.icij.org/project/smoke-screen-big-tobaccos-global-
lobbying/tobacco-lobbygoes-global. Accessed August 9, 2012. Anin R. Part One:
Moscow's ...

Author: Nicholas Freudenberg

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199937206

Category: Medical

Page: 272

View: 410

Decisions made by the food, tobacco, alcohol, pharmaceutical, gun, and automobile industries have a greater impact on today's health than the decisions of scientists and policymakers. As the collective influence of corporations has grown, governments around the world have stepped back from their responsibility to protect public health by privatizing key services, weakening regulations, and cutting funding for consumer and environmental protection. Today's corporations are increasingly free to make decisions that benefit their bottom line at the expense of public health. Lethal but Legal examines how corporations have impacted -- and plagued -- public health over the last century, first in industrialized countries and now in developing regions. It is both a current history of corporations' antagonism towards health and an analysis of the emerging movements that are challenging these industries' dangerous practices. The reforms outlined here aim to strike a healthier balance between large companies' right to make a profit and governments' responsibility to protect their populations. While other books have addressed parts of this story, Lethal but Legal is the first to connect the dots between unhealthy products, business-dominated politics, and the growing burdens of disease and health care costs. By identifying the common causes of all these problems, then situating them in the context of other health challenges that societies have overcome in the past, this book provides readers with the insights they need to take practical and effective action to restore consumers' right to health.

Project Fire

Slow smoking and dishes you use it for (like spareribs and brisket) are covered in
depth in the companion book to this one, Project Smoke. There are many ways
you can smoke on a grill—while you're direct grilling, indirect grilling, ...

Author: Steven Raichlen

Publisher: Workman Publishing

ISBN: 1523502762

Category: Cooking

Page: 336

View: 586

Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire. An electrifying new approach by the man who literally wrote the bible on barbecue. Cutting edge techniques meet time-honed traditions in 100 boldly flavored recipes that will help you turbocharge your game at the grill. Here’s how to reinvent steak with reverse-seared beef tomahawks, dry-brined filets mignons, ember-charred porterhouses, and T-bones tattooed with grill marks and enriched, the way the pros do it, with melted beef fat. Here’s how to spit-roast beer-brined cauliflower on the rotisserie. Blowtorch a rosemary veal chop. Grill mussels in blazing hay, peppery chicken under a salt brick, and herb-crusted salmon steaks on a shovel. From Seven Steps to Grilling Nirvana to recipes for grilled cocktails and desserts, Project Fire proves that live-fire, and understanding how to master it, makes everything taste better. “Once again, steven Raichlen shows off his formidable fire power and tempting recipes.” —Francis Mallmann

Project Wind Phase 4 Smoke Test Meadow Brook Valley Red Bluff California

Operated a small general aviation airplane over the experiment site to obtain instantaneous observations of the plume dispersion and flow pattern. Keywords: Atmospheric temperature; Wind direction.

Author: Torben Mikkelsen

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 35

View: 162

In support of the smoke diffusion test program, two experimental activities were conducted in Meadow Brook Valley during Project Wind, Phase IV: 1. Operated two sonic anemometers/thermometers to measure velocity and temperature signals and therefrom obtained direct measurements of mean variances and fluxes of wind speed, turbulence, shear and heat fluxes. One sonic, sonic no. 1. was located centrally in the valley near CP and the main mast. Sonic no. 2 was located immediately up wind (down valley) from the day-time smoke emission point. 2. Operated a small general aviation airplane over the experiment site to obtain instantaneous observations of the plume dispersion and flow pattern. Keywords: Atmospheric temperature; Wind direction.

Software Project Survival Guide

Softw Project Surv Gde_p1 Steve McConnell. Every day, some effort will go into
running the daily build and smoke test, tracking down developers responsible for
breaking the build, and ensuring that those developers immediately fix the ...

Author: Steve McConnell

Publisher: Microsoft Press

ISBN: 0735637385

Category: Computers

Page: 304

View: 832

Equip yourself with SOFTWARE PROJECT SURVIVAL GUIDE. It's for everyone with a stake in the outcome of a development project--and especially for those without formal software project management training. That includes top managers, executives, clients, investors, end-user representatives, project managers, and technical leads. Here you'll find guidance from the acclaimed author of the classics CODE COMPLETE and RAPID DEVELOPMENT. Steve McConnell draws on solid research and a career's worth of hard-won experience to map the surest path to your goal--what he calls "one specific approach to software development that works pretty well most of the time for most projects." Nineteen chapters in four sections cover the concepts and strategies you need for mastering the development process, including planning, design, management, quality assurance, testing, and archiving. For newcomers and seasoned project managers alike, SOFTWARE PROJECT SURVIVAL GUIDE draws on a vast store of techniques to create an elegantly simplified and reliable framework for project management success. So don't worry about wandering among complex sets of project management techniques that require years to sort out and master. SOFTWARE PROJECT SURVIVAL GUIDE goes straight to the heart of the matter to help your projects succeed. And that makes it a required addition to every professional's bookshelf.

The Brisket Chronicles

Grill master Steven Raichlen shares more than 60 foolproof, mouthwatering recipes for preparing the tastiest, most versatile, and most beloved cut of meat in the world—outside on the grill, as well as in the kitchen.

Author: Steven Raichlen

Publisher: Workman Publishing

ISBN: 1523507837

Category: Cooking

Page: 256

View: 911

Grill master Steven Raichlen shares more than 60 foolproof, mouthwatering recipes for preparing the tastiest, most versatile, and most beloved cut of meat in the world—outside on the grill, as well as in the kitchen. Take brisket to the next level: ’Cue it, grill it, smoke it, braise it, cure it, boil it—even bake it into chocolate chip cookies. Texas barbecued brisket is just the beginning: There’s also Jamaican Jerk Brisket and Korean Grilled Brisket to savor. Old School Pastrami and Kung Pao Pastrami, a perfect Passover Brisket with Dried Fruits and Sweet Wine, even ground brisket—Jakes Double Brisket Cheeseburgers. In dozens of unbeatable tips, Raichlen shows you just how to handle, prep, and store your meat for maximum tenderness and flavor. Plus plenty more recipes that are pure comfort food, perfect for using up leftovers: Brisket Hash, Brisket Baked Beans, Bacon-Grilled Brisket Bites—or for real mind-blowing pleasure, Kettle Corn with Burnt Ends. And side dishes that are the perfect brisket accents, including slaws, salads, and sauces.

Smoke Curing of Fish as a Household Industry in Rural Jamaica

IV - 11 IICA / Jamaica " Pilot Hillside Agricultural Project " ( PHILAGRIP ) , Project
Document . Vols . I , II and III . June 1900 . NO . IV - 12 A . Wahab , I . Jchnson , P .
Aitken , H . Murray and H . Stennett " Highlichts of the Pilot Hillside Agricultural ...

Author:

Publisher: IICA

ISBN:

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Gazza s Guide to Practical Project Management

Hewould beckonto thepeople heneeded togo outside and “think” with, and they
would go outto the Smoking Tree.It was not a special type of tree (likethe Smoke
Bush), itwas just that the Project Manager smoked, and he would usually go ...

Author: Gary M Nelson

Publisher: Gazza's Guides

ISBN:

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 272

View: 991

Life is complicated. If we can simplify the job of getting things done, the better off we usually are. This is particularly important in managing projects. In this book, Gary (Gazza) tackles the complexity of managing projects by breaking the essential components of Project Management down into practical, simple concepts. Whether you simply have an interest in Project Management or are already managing them, this book has something for you. For most people, we remember things best when they are accompanied by music, or are part of a story. While there is no musical score to this book, there are plenty of project management lessons wrapped in entertaining stories to help the concepts stick. Featuring popular episodes from Gazza's Corner blog and all-new content, this book addresses the four main stages of typical projects: Initiation/Planning, Execution, Closeout and Project Control. What you will find in this book: Learn about the importance of the Project Kickoff - and why you need a Monkey to help you through it. Need to create a new Project Plan? Learn to write it as a story based on lessons learned from a famous author. Writing requirements? Learn how to develop exceptional ones through lessons learned from Ice Cream - and the Spice Girls. Implementing Organizational Change? Learn how to do it successfully by growing a Desert. Learn about the essentials of Risk Management from a pocket umbrella in the heart of the Australian Desert. You can't get there from here: tips on getting things done, in spite of it all. A playful theory on the origin of writing - and why it is so important that we write stuff down. Working with Virtual Teams or Volunteers? Read key lessons on working with both types of teams. And many other topics. From managing hundreds of small, concurrent projects to multi-year, multi-million dollar ventures, Gazza shares his 20+ years of experience and lessons learned to help you along the project management journey.

Fire Test Methods Restraint and Smoke

would require different amounts of protection from smoke. Such a project would
require some experiments. It was my dream in this series of tests to investigate
the cumulative smoke concentration produced by burning selected materials in a
 ...

Author:

Publisher: ASTM International

ISBN:

Category:

Page:

View: 727


Philosophical Magazine

... readily maintained in the inside of the box . A curious and interesting
experiment may be made with two boxes thus arranged , and placed either side
by side close to one another or facing one another so as to project smoke - rings
meeting ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Physics

Page:

View: 121


Proceedings of the Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow

... one another so as to project smoke rings meeting from opposite directions , or
in various relative positions , so as to give smoke rings proceeding in paths
inclined to one another at any angle , and passing one another at various
distances .

Author: Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page:

View: 723




Proceedings of the Philosophical Society of Glasgow

... as to project smoke rings meeting from opposite directions , or in various
relative positions , so as to give smoke rings proceeding in paths inclined to one
another at any angle , and passing one another at various distances . An
interesting ...

Author: Philosophical Society of Glasgow

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page:

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How to Do Your Research Project

Some simple statistics (examined further in Chapter 8) showed
significantdifferences between the smoking and ... differencesbetween smoking
andnonsmoking groups which have their consequences both in a tendency to
smoke (or, perhaps, ...

Author: Gary Thomas

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 1446283054

Category: Reference

Page: 328

View: 452

Direct, informative and accessible the new edition of Gary Thomas's bestselling title is essential reading for anyone doing a research project. Packed full of relevant advice and real world examples the book guides you through the complete research process. Using refreshingly jargon-free language and anecdotal evidence it is a witty, easy to follow introduction that will answer your questions, set out best practice and walk you through every stage of your project step-by-step. It covers: - How to choose your research question - Project management and study skills - Doing an effective literature review - Methodology, theory and research design - Design frames - Ethics and access - Tools for data collection - Effective data analysis - Discussing findings, concluding and writing up The expanded, insightfully redesigned second edition has a fully integrated companion website including student worksheets, annotated examples and links to SAGE Journals. Gary Thomas also has an exciting new video in which he explains what’s new to this Second Edition. This popular book is ideal for anyone undertaking a research project in the applied social sciences. Available with Perusall—an eBook that makes it easier to prepare for class Perusall is an award-winning eBook platform featuring social annotation tools that allow students and instructors to collaboratively mark up and discuss their SAGE textbook. Backed by research and supported by technological innovations developed at Harvard University, this process of learning through collaborative annotation keeps your students engaged and makes teaching easier and more effective. Learn more.

Albert Frey Architect

... Callfornia and 1986 ) Wasserman , Interior ( Project ) , Palm Springs ,
California 1974 Ryan House , Smoke Tree Ranch , Palm Springs , California Siva
Pool Pavillan ( Project ) , 200 West Vereda Sur , Palm Springs , California 1975
Shane ...

Author: Joseph Rosa

Publisher: Rizzoli International Publications

ISBN:

Category: Architecture

Page: 160

View: 569


Build a Smokehouse

In a rural community a neighborhood smoking project can preserve the meats of
several families at once. Making a permanent, well-constructed smokehouse is
not a building project for someone who has never picked up a hammer before; ...

Author: Ed Epstein

Publisher: Storey Publishing

ISBN: 1603424253

Category: House & Home

Page: 32

View: 544

Since 1973, Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletins have offered practical, hands-on instructions designed to help readers master dozens of country living skills quickly and easily. There are now more than 170 titles in this series, and their remarkable popularity reflects the common desire of country and city dwellers alike to cultivate personal independence in everyday life.

HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATION AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR EMERGING NATIONS

The bad habits of smoking it a learned behavior from one another. For example,
in China, they begin smoking at age 15. They prefer to smoke as a social
preference; especially foreign cigarettes attract them more to smoke. Foreign
cigarettes ...

Author: Edward Khiwa PhD

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1479770515

Category: Medical

Page: 156

View: 291

SUMMARY Every nation should determine the future and the goals of public health inn protecting its population. As Western nations such as tobacco companies of the United States, Britain and others, are improving their gross national products, they are instead exporting a major public health burden to the Emerging nations....mostly various kinds of cancer, especially “lung cancer” which has had a high toll of mortality to the populations of different nations of the world. The World Health Organization after decades and billions of dollars later lost the fight against Malaria. The world has surrendered to the disease. Nothing left in the world except old wives tales type of pseudo-preventative measures that does nothing except put the population in a form of false security. The fight not only lost, but the enemy has actually become stronger, and we have nothing to further combat it. it is a raging fire that onsumes without mercy. For many years, the drug of choice was Chloroquine or quinine. During the Korean war in the 1950’s, many troops of an African or Mediterranean ethnic origin have exhibited severe allergic reaction to quinine. There it was discontinued and only Chloroquine was used. After many decades of Chloroquine use and misuse of Chloroquine resistant strain of Malaria made its appearance on the scientific scene in Southeast Asia and later the African continent. To date there is no medication available for the resistant Malaria. The best we have is a prophylactic dose of Chloroquine prior to traveling to an endemic area. This is still an effective measure only in the Americas where the Malaria is still sensitive to chloroquine. The resistant stain has a very wide range. It has been observed as far east as Afghanistan and Kazakhstan, and as west as West Africa. The death rate is very high becauses of several common denominators. Most of these countries are over-populated, poor health care programs, no preventative programs, mostly illiterate population and most importantly, very poor economic status. These countries mostly rely on outside help from the industrialized nations or the United Nation health care arm (WHO). Consistent factors of all outside aid program, they are very costly, usually without previous careful long-rang impact studies, in most cases are very short lived. The result in most cases is disastrous; the needy country usually is left with a white elephant health care program that is a failure and cannot afford to maintain on their own either from a technical standpoint or form a financial shortage. For a long time we believed that more is bigger and better and the rest is history. Malnutrition further complicates the picture complicates the picture. In economically poor counties their people are not able to take the proper nutrients to sustain good status of health. The malnourishment affects the immune system which, as a result, renders the population of the endemic areas with higher propensity to contract Malaria and other diseases as well. These conditions combined results in the outcome of increased incidence of the disease and shorter life expectancy of the patients. Furthermore, the disease’s vector (Mosquito) has become more resistant to eradication efforts, and as a result, its range has become increasingly greater every year. For many years the spray methods of wetlands, stagnant pools, and slow flowing steams have proven useless. Yet these methods continue. Why? The answer is very simple; it is cheap, available, easily applied, and most importantly politically conveinient. But the reality is that these methods are a dismal failure; one only has to look at the numbers (increased incidence of Malaria and the increased range of the vector). Poor sanitary practice due to lack of education and the financial means to build water treatment facilities or even the ability to supply fresh clean water have contributed to the spread of the most preventable of diseases, Cholera disease caused b

The Indian Tipi

... project. Smoke in Colorado—We have the tipi set up at an altitude of 10,000
feet and everything is fine except the smoke will not go out the hole. As of today
we have spent only one night in the tipi and that time we couldn't breathe
because ...

Author: Reginald Laubin

Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press

ISBN: 0806188529

Category: Social Science

Page: 384

View: 678

When the first edition of this book was published in 1957, the art of making a tipi was almost lost, even among American Indians. Since that time a tremendous resurgence of interest in the Indian way of life has occurred, resurgence due in part, at least, to the Laubins' life-long efforts at preservation and interpretation of Indian culture. As The Indian Tipi makes obvious, the American Indian is both a practical person and a natural artist. Indian inventions are commonly both serviceable and beautiful. Other tents are hard to pitch, hot in summer, cold in winter, poorly lighted, unventilated, easily blown down, and ugly to boot. The conical tipi of the Plains Indian has none of these faults. It can be pitched by one person. It is roomy, well ventilated at all times, cool in summer, well lighted, proof against high winds and heavy downpours, and, with its cheerful fire inside, snug in the severest winter weather. Moreover, its tilted cone, trim smoke flaps, and crown of poles, presenting a different silhouette from every angle, form a shapely, stately dwelling even without decoration. In this new edition the Laubins have retained all the invaluable aspects of the first edition, and have added a tremendous amount of new material on day-to-day living in the tipi: the section on Indian cooking has been expanded to include a large number and range of Indian foods and recipes, as well as methods of cooking over an open fire, with a reflector oven, and with a ground oven; there are new sections on making buckskin, making moccasins, and making cradle boards; there is a whole new section on child care and general household hints. Shoshoni, Cree, and Assiniboine designs have been added to the long list of tribal tipi types discussed. This new edition is richly illustrated with color and black and white photographs, and drawings to aid in constructing and living in the tipi. It is written primarily for the interested amateur, and will appeal to anyone who likes camping, the out-of-doors, and American Indian lore.

Eating Smoke

Each brought something special to the project and made it better.Joel has guided
my professional de— velopment, and helped to ground this story in the history
ofAmerican cities;John's eclectic but rigorous approach to scholarship promoted
 ...

Author: Mark Tebeau

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 1421412500

Category: History

Page: 440

View: 366

During the period of America's swiftest industrialization and urban growth, fire struck fear in the hearts of city dwellers as did no other calamity. Before the Civil War, sweeping blazes destroyed more than $200 million in property in the nation's largest cities. Between 1871 and 1906, conflagrations left Chicago, Boston, Baltimore, and San Francisco in ruins. Into the twentieth century, this dynamic hazard intensified as cities grew taller and more populous, confounding those who battled it. Firefighters' death-defying feats captured the popular imagination but too often failed to provide more than symbolic protection. Hundreds of fire insurance companies went bankrupt because they could not adequately deal with the effects of even smaller blazes. Firefighters and fire insurers created a physical and cultural infrastructure whose legacy—in the form of heroic firefighters, insurance policies, building standards, and fire hydrants—lives on in the urban built environment. In Eating Smoke, Mark Tebeau shows how the changing practices of firefighters and fire insurers shaped the built landscape of American cities, the growth of municipal institutions, and the experience of urban life. Drawing on a wealth of fire department and insurance company archives, he contrasts the invention of a heroic culture of firefighters with the rational organizational strategies by fire underwriters. Recognizing the complexity of shifting urban environments and constantly experimenting with tools and tactics, firefighters fought fire ever more aggressively—"eating smoke" when they ventured deep into burning buildings or when they scaled ladders to perform harrowing rescues. In sharp contrast to the manly valor of firefighters, insurers argued that the risk was quantifiable, measurable, and predictable. Underwriters managed hazard with statistics, maps, and trade associations, and they eventually agitated for building codes and other reforms, which cities throughout the nation implemented in the twentieth century. Although they remained icons of heroism, firefighters' cultural and institutional authority slowly diminished. Americans had begun to imagine fire risk as an economic abstraction. By comparing the simple skills employed by firefighters—climbing ladders and manipulating hoses—with the mundane technologies—maps and accounting charts—of insurers, the author demonstrates that the daily routines of both groups were instrumental in making intense urban and industrial expansion a less precarious endeavor.