Saturday, November 18, 2017

Champagne Taste/Beer Budget Cookbook-Stranded On Mars-Review


Do you like to cook? Do you like to read? Well I received two books from Author Woodrow Wilson and here is a little about both of these books.

Restaurant quality meals without the quality restaurant prices. Got champagne taste and a beer budget? Here's the cookbook for you. A great meal doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg. The Champagne Taste/Beer Budget Cookbook offers affordable recipes simple enough they're a joy to cook, and tasty enough they're a joy to eat. An intimate dinner for two, or impressing the boss: you'll be proud to serve from this fine cookbook.


Table of Contents

MAIN DISHES
Beef ..
Pork
Poultry
Seafood
Pasta

SIDE DISHES
Soups
Soups
Corn
More Starch
Vegetables

SECRET INGREDIENTS

BRUNCH DISHES

METRIC EQUIVALENTS
SPOONS AND CUPS
SUBSTITUTIONS


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Stranded on Mars, a hundred million miles from home. Rescue is months or more away. Can the astronauts survive with winter coming? Rescue mission or body recovery? NASA engineers work around the clock searching for ways to keep the Mars crew alive until help arrives.

Stranded on Mars


CHAPTER 1

“Earth, we have a problem!”
A lot of good that message would do! It would hang in the ether for twelve minutes before even reaching Earth. Wolf Yeager had only an hour and a half until his last decent shot at the Mars Orbiting Module, MOM.
If he missed that one, it would be eighteen months before his next chance to reach home.
"Update firing sequence," he ordered the computer. It balked. It was still downloading data to Houston and couldn’t
be interrupted. Shot windows were narrow, but machines took their damn sweet time.
The computer just sat there flashing inane screens about ignition failure. Fuel flows had been nominal; oxidizer flows
had been nominal. Ignition had occurred on contact—hypergolics never failed. Thrust had been below minimum—cause undetermined. The engine had sputtered and the computer had shut it down. The Mars Launch Vehicle was canted, but apparently intact. The engine’s feeble thrust had lifted it off its cradle; abort had dropped it back at an odd angle. In Earth’s gravity, the fall probably would have skewered the thin hull, but Mars
was gentler. They were losing pressure, but slowly. A few duct tape patches should be enough to reach MOM and their ride
home—if he could get the engine started.

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or online bookstore.

About the Author
Distinguished Toastmaster Woodrow Wilson is available to speak on his books—and many other topics. He is a frequent volunteer and mentors Toastmaster officers. Wilson is an award-winning educator, currently presenting the Toastmaster program to undergraduate and graduate students. He is an avid advocate for the education of gifted children.



Wilson is a widower who lives in northern San Diego County. He is the father of two sons and the grandfather of five grandsons.



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