FOOD & DRINK

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  1. Sweet & Easy Vegan

    Sweet And Easy Vegan: Treats Made with Whole Grains and Natural Sweeteners

    $35.00

    Here is the delicious answer to every vegan's most important question: What's for dessert? Learn More
  2. The Banquet

    The Banquet

    $39.95

    First published in Japan in 1993, Nobuyoshi Araki's The Banquet (Shokuji) offers a moving tribute to the photographer's late wife, Yoko, through a photo-diary of the food they shared together in the last months of her life. Learn More
  3. The Commonsense Kitchen

    The Commonsense Kitchen: 500 Recipes Plus Lessons for a Hand-Crafted Life

    $35.00

    Every once in a while a cookbook comes along that is at once so useful and so spirited you can imagine it becoming a kitchen staple. Learn More
  4. The Dumpling

    The Dumpling: A Seasonal Guide

    $35.00

    The Dumpling is the most comprehensive and wide-ranging anthology of traditional recipes available for those who love dumplings in every shape, size, and variety. Learn More
  5. The Essential Cocktail: The Art of Mixing Perfect Drinks

    The Essential Cocktail: The Art of Mixing Perfect Drinks

    $35.00

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    Dale DeGroff is widely regarded as the world’s foremost mixologist. Hailed by the New York Times as "single-handedly responsible for what’s been called the cocktail renaissance," he earned this reputation during his twelve years at the fashionable Promenade Bar in New York City’s Rainbow Room. It was there in 1987 that he not only reintroduced the cocktail menu to the country but also began mixing drinks from scratch, using impeccably fresh ingredients instead of the widespread mixes used at the time. Known especially for crafting unique cocktails, reviving classics, and coaxing superior flavor from his ingredients, DeGroff has selected his 100 essential drinks and 100 of their best variations—including many of his signature cocktails—for this premier mixology guide. Learn More
  6. The Gastronomica Reader

    The Gastronomica Reader

    $39.95

    Described in the 2008 Saveur 100 as "At the top of our bedside reading pile since its inception in 2001," the award-winning Gastronomica: The Journal of Food and Culture is a quarterly feast of truly exceptional writing on food. Learn More
  7. The Need to Feed

    The Need to Feed: Recipes for Developing a Healthy Obsession for Deeply Satisfying Foods

    $35.00

    Underground legend Lydia Lunch presents witty and provocative recipes for feeding your friends and lovers nourishing, deeply satisfying food while maintaining a hedonistic downtown lifestyle. Learn More
  8. The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook

    The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook

    $35.00

    The long-awaited cookbook by Deb Perelman of Smitten Kitchen—home cook, photographer, and celebrated food blogger. Learn More
  9. The Whole Hog

    The Whole Hog Cookbook: Chops, Loin, Shoulder, Bacon, and All That Good Stuff

    $30.00

    There’s a whole world of pork to love, as demonstrated in this cookbook devoted to every cut of the hog. Plump sausages sputtering on the grill, thick bacon sizzling in a pan, a juicy pork chop from the oven-pork comes in so many wondrous forms. From grilling and frying to braising and pickling, author Libbie Summers has a special way with pork, taking comfortable old-fashioned dishes and updating them with fun and stylish twists. Learn More
  10. The Whole Hog

    The Whole Hog: Recipes And Lore for Everything but the Oink

    $34.95

    Filled with historical and culinary lore as well as more than 100 recipes, this gourmet celebration of the pig and all its parts is a must-have for every pork fan, bacon-sandwich supporter, and sausage addict. Learn More

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