Cereals processing is one of the oldest and most important of all food technologies. Written by a distinguished international team of contributors, Cereals Processing Technology reviews the range of cereal products and technologies used to produce them. It is designed for all those involved in cereals processing, whether raw material producers and refiners needing to match the needs of secondary processors benchmarking their operations against the best prices in their sector and across cereals processing as a whole. Part 1 looks at cereal and flour production, with chapters on cereal and production methods and flour milling. There is also a chapter on the increasingly important and controver...
The most comprehensive volume on Laura Owens to date surveys the contemporary artist's career from richly varied literary and curatorial perspectives. Among the most inventive contemporary artists working today, Laura Owens's work is revered by critics and fellow artists alike. Informed by art history, her work possesses the rare ability to reference familiar styles without their stultifying weight, crafting compositions at once playful and rigorous. This volume surveys Owens's entire career, featuring a comprehensive selection of the artist's celebrated work, including her most recent series, much heralded since its debut over the last year in several shows across the world. These new paintings—stretched, screen-printed, impastoed with thick daubs of paint and volcanic rock—bear her familiar colors and free swirls but depart in their abstract form. Essays by artists, writers, and art historians provide multiple perspectives on an artist creating new directions in her medium.
This resource provides a broad-based foundation of knowledge about whole-grains, including the latest information on health benefits and disease prevention resulting from consumption of whole-grains as well as information on consumer knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors toward whole-grain foods.
In subtly lush paintings that charm viewers equally through their application of paint and their quirky iconography, Laura Owens touches on expressive abstraction, color field painting, and the occasional decorative glimpse of a monkey. Charged as one of the contemporary artists responsible for a revival of the painting, Owens has developed an enigmatic style all her own, moving from landscape to abstraction with energetic thick brush strokes, fanciful childlike doodles, or sophisticated fine-line drawings, culling her influences from any number of visual sources, including chinese landscape painting, japanese wood block prints, and patterned textiles. This volume includes new paintings created for her upcoming solo show at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.
Every cop needs a good partner… In this line of work, you have to trust the person who's watching your back. When Claudia Parrish's partner—and lover—dies, she figures "happily ever after" just isn't going to happen. A year later, she's assigned another partner and before long, begins to wonder if she might have a chance, after all. Gavin Monaghan is the new guy in the Homicide Unit. He's a good detective with plenty of experience. Except he's not really who he says he is. He's an undercover Internal Affairs agent assigned to find the cop responsible for the evidence tampering that's allowing criminals to walk. Gavin knows he has to do whatever it takes to find the one bad cop. But that might just mean gaining Claudia's trust only to betray her.