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Extractions: Research: This guide contains bibliographic references and links to internet resources for Andean Archaeology and Ethnography. The American Finances of the Spanish Empire: Royal Income and Expenditures in Colonial Mexico, Peru, and Bolivia, 1680-1809 by Herbert S. Klein 1998 The Ancient Kingdoms of Peru by Nigel Davies 1998 The Andean Cocaine Industry by Patrick L. Clawson, et al 1998 Archaeological Explorations in Nazca, Peru: The 1926 Marshall Field Expedition Between Field and Cooking Pot: The Political Economy of Marketwomen in Peru by Florence E. Babb 1998 The Cities of the Ancient Andes by Adriana Von Hagen, et al 1998 The Cordillera Del Condor Region of Ecuador and Peru: A Biological Assessment Discovering the Inca Ice Maiden: My Adventures on Ampato by Johan Reinhard 1998 Economic, Environmental, and Health Tradeoffs in Agriculture: Pesticides and the Sustainability of Andean Potato Production by Charles C. Crissman (Editor), et al 1997 Ecuador Peru Bolivia (Country Fact Files) by Edward Parker 1998 The Gift of Life : Female Spirituality and Healing in Northern Peru by Bonnie Glass-Coffin 1998 History of the Inca Realms by Maria Rostworowski De Diez Canseco, et al 1998
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Extractions: Cost of Education Cost of Education - Please Note: When calculating costs bear in mind that all costs are in Canadian dollars. You can check the official exchange rate with the US dollar or compare your country's currency with the Canadian dollar by clicking on Currency Converter . For example, in April 1999 $1.00 American was equivalent to $1.50 Canadian. Actual fees for graduate and undergraduate students are assessed at the time of registration and depend on the actual number of courses you take. This is an estimate only, intended for planning purposes. Top of Page Undergraduate Students Tuition estimates for undergraduate students are based on 10 half-courses per term (one term is two semesters, September - December and January - April. Tuition Fees for 2001/2002
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Extractions: T he Indian cuisine is as diverse as its culture, its racial structure, its geography and its climate. The essence of good Indian cooking revolves around the appropriate use of mixed Aromatic Spices . Base ingredients of such mixed spices are elements such as Coriander, Cumin, Turmeric, Red Pepper, Nutmeg, Mustard, Saffron, Cinnamon, Cardamom, Ginger Powder, Paprika, Mace, Cardamom, Cloves, Black Pepper etc. The skill lies in the subtle blending of these spices to enhance rather than overwhelm the basic flavour of a particular dish. These spices are also used as appetizers and digestives. Besides spices, the other main ingredients of Indian cooking and Indian meals are milk products like Ghee (clarified butter) and Dahi (curd). Lentils or Dals are also common across the country and regional preferences and availability determine the actual use in a particular area. Vegetables naturally differ across regions and with seasons. The style of cooking vegetables is dependent upon the main dish or cereal with which they are served. Whereas the Sarson-ka-Saag (made with mustard leaves) is a perfect complement for the Makke-ki-Roti (maize bread) eaten in Punjab, the
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Extractions: Search Britannia Welcome The British Isles has a wonderful tradition of regional cooking. Explore each region with us as we tell you something about them and their food traditions. If you know any counties or regions well and wish to contribute or make suggestions or have any additions to our lists of regional cooking or other comments - just email me. Recipes London is cosmopolitan, the capital of the nation, political centre of the Commonwealth and one of the world's leading centres for trade, banking and commerce. People from around the world, particularly from former and existing Commonwealth nations and countries within the European Union, have made the city their home. Thousands from all over England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland continue to converge here in search of their proverbial fortunes and of course an essential core of true Londoners remains - those cockneys born within the sound of Bow Bells, the chimes of the church of Mary-le-Bow, which called Dick Whittington back to the City where he eventually prospered and rose to become Lord Mayor.
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Extractions: - a water-in-oil emulsion , comprised of >80% milkfat, but also containing water in the form of tiny droplets, perhaps some milk solids-not-fat, with or without salt (sweet butter); texture is a result of working/kneading during processing at appropriate temperatures, to establish fat crystalline network that results in desired smoothness (compare butter with melted and recrystallized butter); used as a spread, a cooking fat, or a baking ingredient. The principal constituents of a normal salted butter are fat (80 - 82%), water (15.6 - 17.6%), salt (about 1.2%) as well as protein, calcium and phosphorous (about 1.2%). Butter also contains fat-soluble vitamins A, D and E.