butter, butter, eggs, black pepper, half and half, elbow macaroni, cheddar cheese, monterey jack cheese, muenster cheese, salt, cheddar cheese, vegetable oil, velveeta cheese
half and half, whipped topping, rum extract, chocolate pudding
This beginning paperback facsimile of the classic 1913 edition includes thirteen photographs and numerous illustrations of the great cathedrals of Northern France. Henry Adams referred to this regulations as "A Study of Thirteenth-Century Unity," and its expansive scope, together with the author's deep understanding of the period, makes it a classic in art news as well as in American literature. He wrote, "I wanted to show the intensity of the vital energy of a given time, and of course that intensity had to be stated in its two highest terms-faith and art." Henry Adams' record of his journeys through France, searching for images of unity in an age of conflict, is accompanied by observations on literature, public affairs, religion, and maior church leaders such as Abelard, St. Francis of Assisi, and St. Thomas Aquinas.