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books that educate, entertain, and inspire our readers to taste fresh things,
try unexplored activities, and create new possibilities in their lives.
Now as a division of Bonnier Publishing USA, were heading to new horizons
ourselves. Were building exciting partnerships with bestselling expert authors,
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Lets Cook Japanese Food!


Amy Kaneko
Discover how easy it is to cook authentic
Japanese dishes at homewith great-tasting
results. In this well-curated collection of recipes,
the author shares iconic restaurant dishes
along with family favorites she learned how to
cook from her in-laws. Beautiful images and
illustrations, along with a detailed glossary of key
ingredients and equipment, round out the book.

Tempura is, of course, popular in the West, so I had


eaten it many times before my first visit to Japan.
When I arrived in Tokyo, I discovered that, like teriyaki,
tempura in its homeland is quite different from its
Western counterpart.

YASAI T O E B I T E M PU R A

Canola or other neutral oil


for deep-frying
2 tablespoons sesame oil
(optional)
FOR THE BATTER
Ice cubes
1 cup all-purpose flour, sifted
1 cups ice water
1 large egg
Pinch of salt
FOR THE DIPPING SAUCE
1 cup plus 1 tablespoon dashi
or water

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Everyday recipes
for authentic dishes

/ 3 cup mirin

/ 3 cup soy sauce

48 large shrimp, peeled and


deveined with tails intact

168 pages
224 x 190 mm 8 3/4 x 7 1/2 inches
40,000 words
68 recipes
95 photographs and illustrations
Hardcover

AMY KANEKO

1 yellow onion, cut into


1
/ 2-inch-thick slices
1
/4 small kabocha pumpkin,
seeded and cut into
1
/4-inch-thick unpeeled slices

Pour the canola oil to a depth of 3 inches into a wok or deep, wide

saucepan, add the sesame oil (if using), and heat to 350F on a deep-frying
thermometer or until bubbles immediately form around a wooden chopstick
held upright in the pan.

Meanwhile, make the batter. Fill a large bowl with the ice cubes, and then

nest a second bowl in the cubes. Add the flour, ice water, egg, and salt to the
second bowl and, using a fork or chopsticks, stir lightly just until all the flour
is moistened, the egg is incorporated, and the batter is lumpy, rather than
smooth. Place near the stove.

To make the dipping sauce, in a small saucepan, heat the dashi over

medium-low heat. Add the mirin and soy sauce, stir to mix, remove from
the heat, and keep warm. Have the daikon and ginger ready.

Ready the shrimp, onion, pumpkin, sweet potato, and eggplant and place

near the stove.

When the oil is ready, using tongs or chopsticks, pick up 1 piece to be fried,

dip it briefly into the batter, coating it only lightly, and carefully drop it into the
hot oil. Working in batches to avoid crowding, repeat with a few more pieces
(this process could take a while, but crowding results in steaming rather than
crisping). As the foods fry, use a slotted spoon or wire skimmer to remove bits

Continued on page 50

Vegetables

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One of the best-known Japanese dishes in the West,

Before heading into work in Tokyo, I often stopped

sukiyaki gained popularity in Japan in the late 1800s,

at a little stand where an elderly woman sold nothing

when the government started to promote beef after

but rice balls. Onigiri is a quintessential Japanese food:

a centuries-long ban on eating it. This dish is a favorite

made by moms for breakfast, lunch boxes, and picnics.

of men (meat) and kids (sweet).

It is the perfect handheld food (the nori wrapper keeps


the sticky rice from getting all over your hand).

Paper-Thin Beef, Green Onions


& Vegetables in Sweet Soy Sauce

Rice Balls with Salmon Filling

1 pound beef sirloin


or other well-marbled beef
1 package (14 ounces)
firm tofu
4 1/ 2 tablespoons canola
or other neutral oil
FOR THE SAUCE
1 cup soy sauce
1 cup mirin
2 cups sake
About 3 tablespoons sugar
3 leeks, white parts
only, cut diagonally into
1
/ 2-inch-thick pieces
1 small yellow onion, halved
through the stem end and
cut into 1/4-inch-thick slices
6 fresh shiitake mushrooms,
stems removed and caps
halved

Freeze the beef for 1 hour before very thinly slicing it (almost shaving it).

Place several layers of paper towels on a cutting board and place the tofu

1 teaspoon salt
1 cup warm cooked rice
(see Gohan, page 73)
4 teaspoons cooked flaked
fresh salmon or flaked
canned salmon

on it. Top with several paper towels, then top with a plate and a weight, such

2 sheets yakinori
(page 159), halved

as a can of tomatoes. Let drain for 15 minutes, then very carefully replace all
of the paper towels and let drain for another 15 minutes. Remove the weight

SERVES 2

and the paper towels and pat the tofu dry.

Heat a ridged stove-top grill pan over high heat. When the pan is hot,

add tablespoon of the oil. When the oil is hot, add the tofu and cook, turning
only once, until both sides have dark brown grill marks, 45 minutes per side.
Remove from the heat, let cool, and cut into 1-inch cubes.

To make the sauce, in a bowl, stir together the soy sauce, mirin, sake,

and sugar, starting with 3 tablespoons and adding more to taste, until the
sugar is dissolved. Set aside.

Heat a large nonstick frying pan over medium-high heat. When the pan is

hot, add 1 tablespoon of the oil. When the oil is hot, working in 4 batches, add
one-fourth of the meat, then one-fourth each of the tofu, leeks, yellow onion,

Continued on page 152

M eat & Poultr y

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Rice & N oodles

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ON IGI RI

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SUKIYAKI

In a shallow bowl, dissolve the salt in 1 cup water. Dip your hands into

the salted water, then grab cup of the rice. Using your hands, shape the
rice into a small, fat triangle, then use your thumb to create an indentation
in the center. Place a teaspoonful of the salmon in the hollow, dampen your
hands lightly again, and pat the rice over the hollow to encase the salmon.
Repeat to create 3 more rice balls.

Dry your hands thoroughly. With the pointed end of the triangle facing

the ceiling, wrap the nori around the bottom of each triangle, leaving the
point showing between the open ends of the nori. Eat right away, or pack
in your lunch box for later.

Step-by-step Onigiri assembly

VARIATION Yaki Onigiri (Grilled Rice Balls): These rice balls have no filling
or nori. Instead, once compactly formed, they are brushed with soy or miso
and broiled until they are crispy and chewy on the outside and soft on the
inside. As they are broiling (or grilling) evenly drizzle both sides of each triangle
with 1 teaspoon soy sauce or brush with 1 teaspoon white miso. Broil, turning
once, until both sides are very browned. Do not allow them to burn; especially
watch the miso, which can burn quickly. These onigiri are delicious hot.
note: Experiment with fillings. Try tempura shrimp, chicken salad, codfish
roe, Japanese pickles, tunafish with mayo, or cooked tsukune (page 134).

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Japanese Food!

Malaysia

Mamushka

Ping Coombes

A celebration of the food and flavors of the


wild East from the Black Sea and Baku to Armenia
and Azerbaijan with more than 100 recipes for fresh,
delicious, and unexpected dishes from across the region

This gorgeous cookbook celebrates the


food and culinary heritage of Eastern Europe.
Author Olia Hercules shares the dishes she learned to
make from her grandmothers growing up in Ukraine.
The tantalizing recipes and stunning imagery of the
authors homeland and family offer
an inspiring introduction to this earthy cuisine.

A COOKBOOK
OLIA HERCULES

Recipes
from
Ukraine
&
Eastern
Europe

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246 x 189 mm 10 x 7 3/4 inches
45,000 words
100 recipes
95 photographs
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50,000 words
100 recipes
175 photographs
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Recipes from Ukraine & Eastern Europe

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Creole Kitchen

Jordan Bourke & Rejina Pyo

Vanessa Bolosier

Featuring 100 best-loved, authentic recipes


including kimchi, bibimbap, dumpling soups, and
morethis striking cookbook celebrates the
hallmarks of Korean cuisine, bringing the vibrant
food to the home kitchen.

Inspired by the authors childhood kitchen and


home islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique,
Vanessa
this delightful book presents 100 recipesBolosier
for
from-the-source dishes, plus plenty of rum
cocktails. The distinctive, bold food weaves
together the spices and seasonings of French,
Caribbean, and Creole cooking.

This book has a marvelous


fruity drinks section and bountiful
dishes exemplifying the beauty
of the French Caribbean. - Guardian COOK
On a sunny day, wash the coconut milk red
snapper and delicious crab matt down with a
pineapple punch and imagine youre on holiday.
- Stylist magazine
Drawing inspiration from her childhood kitchen,
Vanessa Bolosier is on a mission to spread the love,
sunshine, and laughter that Caribbean Creole cuisine offers.
Creole food is one of the first fusion foods, drawing on
influences from years of trading history and the mix of
cultures on Vanessas home islands of Guadeloupe and
Martinique. This colorful book features 100 exciting
and traditional recipes, with plenty of delicious
rum-laced cocktails to wash them down.

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52,000 words
100 recipes
135 photographs
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45,000 words
100 recipes
85 photographs
Hardcover

Sunshine Flavors
from the Caribbean

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OLIA HERCULES

INTERNATIONAL CUISINE

Author Ping Coombes explores the culinary


heritage of a lesser-known part of Asia and
shares her familys exquisite cooking. With more
than 100 flavorful recipes for sambals, curries,
and noodle dishes to choose from, youll also
learn about the key seasonings, techniques,
and flavor profiles of Malaysian cooking.

Olia Hercules

My Indian Cookbook

Rustic Spanish

Amandip Uppal

Over 120 recipes hailing from one of the


worlds beloved cuisines are enhanced
with colorful photography and charming
hand-drawn illustrationsa beautiful
way to add new favorite dishes to every
home cooks repertoire.

FOOD & DRINK

AMANDIP UPPAL

INTERNATIONAL CUISINE

This stunning cookbook showcases a fresh and


accessible approach to making Indian cuisine at
home. The vivid, flavorful recipes are paired with
lavish photgraphy and graphic illustrations to
bring this beloved food and culture to life.

Paul Richardson

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192 pages
256 x 197 mm 10 1/4 x 7 3/4 inches
42,000 words
115 recipes
55 photographs
Hardcover

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Rustic Italian
Domenica Marchetti

Yemek
Various Authors

This collection reflects


how I cook at home.
My favorite dishes to make
for family and friends are
uncomplicated ones recipes
that honor ingredients and
the seasons, with a nod to
my Italian heritage.

Recipes from Istanbul

DOMENICA MARCHETTI

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160 pages
241 x 218 mm 9 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches
30,000 words
65 recipes
75 photographs and illustrations
Hardcover

Rustic Italian

Rustic Italian

Savor the magnificent food and beauty of Istanbul


in this inspiring cookbook. The authentic recipes,
from mezze to desserts, are surprisingly simple to
re-create in any home kitchen and call on the
iconic fresh ingredients and spices, all easy to
source, that define Turkish cooking.

With over 120 recipes for simple, seasonal


Italian fare, gorgeous photography, and
exquisite hand-painted illustrations, this
book celebrates an irresistible cuisine and
will inspire home cooks everywhere.

224 pages
256 x 197 mm 10 1/4 x 7 3/4 inches
42,000 words
120 recipes
60 photographs
Hardcover
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270 x 185 mm 10 1/2 x 7 1/4 inches
45,000 words
130 recipes
120 photographs and illustrations
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The French Kitchen

La Vie Rustic

Michel Roux Jr.

Georgeanne Brennan

M I CHEL

AUGUSTE ESCOFFIER

The cooking of France is the best in the world.

Michel Roux Jr.s stunning cookbook reveals the


culinary alchemy of French foodingredients
sing and our hearts sing with them.

MICHEL ROUX JR. is one of the most

popular and acclaimed chefs specializing


in classic French cuisine with a lighter,
modern twist. He honed his skills working
for chefs in Paris and Lyon, including a
Commis de Cuisine apprenticeship
with Alain Chapel. He has run the
world-famous, Michelin-starred restaurant Le Gavroche
in London since 1991. Michel has appeared as an expert
judge on the BBCs MasterChef: The Professionals.

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246 x 189 mm 10 x 7 3/4 inches
50,000 words
120 recipes
85 photographs and illustrations
Hardcover

200 Recipes
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M ASTE R O F
FR E N C H
CO OKIN G

TH E F R EN C H KITC HE N
MI C HE L R O U X J R.
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In the French kitchen, there is a wonderful


respect for food; it is something to be
savored, enjoyed, and shared.

T HE F RENC H KI TCHEN

Learn the fundamentals of classicRFrench


OU X JR .
cookingwith a lighter, modern twist from an
accomplished chef. In this richly illustrated and
comprehensive cookbook, fresh ingredients and
Good food is the foundation of
thoughtful techniques lead the way.
genuine happiness

Embrace the French sensibility, agrarian


way of life, and cooking style in this
sense-of-place book. The enticing recipes
are woven together with vivid narratives,
connecting the seasons and local
ingredients with the communal table.

352 pages
246 x 189 mm 10 x 7 3/4 inches
50,000 words
200 recipes
140 photographs and illustrations
Hardcover
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The South of France Cookbook
Nina Parker
PI STAC H I O
GOAT

&

C H E ES E

B EET
&

SA LA D

with

PIS TACHIO

O IL

Pistachios have become a very popular nut in France, as has good pistachio oil.
The quality of the oil can be verified by its golden green color; it should also be
redolent at first whiff of the taste of pistachios. When drizzled over sweet roasted
beets and paired with nutty arugula, the match seems just right. If you want to
make this a main course salad, add thin slices of smoked duck breast, a little
more oil, and just a tiny bit more sea salt.

Preheat the oven to 350F (180C). Line a baking dish or


baking sheet with aluminum foil.
Scrub the beets, but dont peel them. Trim the leaves, reserving
a few of the smallest to use in the salad. Reserve the larger
leaves for another usethey are excellent braised, for example.
Quarter the beets lengthwise, then halve them crosswise. The
pieces should be about bite-sized. Arrange the beets snugly in
a single layer in the prepared baking dish. Drizzle with the
olive oil, sprinkle with the salt and turn several times to coat.
Roast, turning several times, until tender and easily pierced with
the tines of a fork and a bit crispy on the edges, 4560 minutes.
Set aside to cool to room temperature.
Arrange the arugula and reserved small beet leaves on salad
plates. Divide the beets evenly among the plates, crumble the
goat cheese over the top, and scatter with the nuts. Drizzle
1 teaspoons of the pistachio oil over each salad and sprinkle
with sea salt. Serve at once.

90.
La Vie Rustic

Discover the fresh flavors and stunning scenery of


southern France in this evocative cookbook.
The simple and healthy recipes draw on an
abundance of vegetables and fruits, lean protein,
and the Mediterranean herb garden.

S E RV E S 4

6 beets, preferably red


or Chiogga, with tops
1 Tbsp extra-virgin
olive oil
tsp coarse sea salt,
plus salt for sprinkling
15 young arugula leaves
34 oz (90125 g) soft
goat cheese
cup (TK oz/TK g)
pistachios, shelled,
toasted, and coarsely
chopped
2 Tbsp pistachio oil

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125 photographs
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The Complete Cocktail Manual


THE COMPLETE

COCKTAIL

cockta l
THE
COMPLETE

MANUAL

Bartenders from around the world share their


top tips, techniques, and recipes in this
comprehensive guide to everything cocktail.
Hundreds of recipes are complemented
by insider information on glassware, ice, tools
of the trade, and dramatic presentations
(flaming orange peel garnish, anyone?). From
the simple trick for a perfect martini to the
latest bespoke concoctions, this is the book
every home mixologist must read.

Find a refreshing punch for any occasion or time


of yearplus snacks to serve alongsidein this
stunning illustrative cookbook. Featuring a mix
of spirits and fresh, flavorful ingredients, each
recipe is paired with an image of the drink and a
watercolor that showcases the ingredients.

& INFUSED RUMS

72 pages
290 x 290 mm 8 1/4 x 8 1/4 inches
4,000 words
35 recipes
40 photographs and illustrations
Hardcover

256 pages
240 x 190 mm 9 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches
45,000 words
100 recipes
60 photographs
Hardcover

Cocktails: The New Classics

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024

KNOW YOUR GLASSES SPECS

S Aside from the obvious need to contain liquids,


glasses are critical to a good drink. They dont need
to be fancy (bartenders often build their collections
from thrift stores), but they should be appropriate
for the drinks you want to make.
The shape will affect both the flavor and aroma of
the drink, especially anything neat. Just for fun, try
pouring a little of your favorite booze into a handful

of differently shaped glasses, then smell and taste


each onethey can differ dramatically.
Finally, size does matter: smaller is better (were
sure youve heard that before). Two small, cold, and
freshly made cocktails are better than one huge
drink that comes to room temperature halfway
through. Plus, a standard-size cocktail in a big glass
looks stingy and can lead to overserving guests.

From Prohibition to the present day, several


distinct cocktail eras have been enriched by
the expertise of the greatest bartenders.
Whether shaken or stirred, on the rocks or
neat, youll find your drink of choice here,
and at least a few new favorites.

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COCKTAIL Shaken drinks
like a Cosmopolitan
(see item 134) or Lemon
Drop (see item 137) get a classic
cocktail glass. And just because
it goes in this glass doesnt mean
you need to add -tini to the
name. Please. 8 ounces

COUPE Coupe glasses


were used for Champagne,
originally, but are now
popularly used for stirred
and shaken classic drinks like
a Daiquiri (see item 122).
58 ounces

OLD-FASHIONED
Ideal for spirit-focused
cocktails that may or may
not come with ice, like the
namesake Old Fashioned
(see item 085), Sazerac
(see item 097), and Negroni
(see item 057). 1012 ounces

NICK AND NORA


Martinis (see items
100106) and other
stirred drinks belong in
these glasses, perfect for
cocktail hour. 5 ounces

COLLINS Drinks with


soda, juices, or lowalcohol patio drinks
such as a Pimms Cup (see
item 171), are best in a Collins
glass. Youll need a bottle
brush for washing the tall,
narrow kind. 11 ounces

CHAMPAGNE
FLUTE Use flutes
for Champagne and
sparkling wine drinks
like a Mimosa (see item
067), Bellini (see item 064),
or Champagne cocktails.
5 ounces

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60 photographs
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PINT Good for


anything and
everythingfrom
mixing drinks to drinking
them. Made with tempered
glass. 16 ounces

PUNCHES
JESSIE KANELOS WEINER

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COCKTAILS

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Andrew Schloss & David Joachim

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This all-in-one guide covers the classics, from


melt-in-your-mouth ribs to perfectly grilled
chicken, as well as crowd pleasers, including a
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THE
on grilling and smoking with charcoal, hardwoods,
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the eggplants on the serving plate makes a stunning presentation. Tahini gives the
dish some creaminess, and pomegranate seeds bring sweet crunch and color.

MAKES 4 SERVINGS

cup (4 oz/125 g) tahini

1 2

cup (4 fl oz/125 ml)


lukewarm water, plus
more as needed

1 2

1 large clove garlic

GRILLED EGGPLANTS WITH


TAHINI & POMEGRANATE SEEDS
1

Heat the grill for medium-high direct heat (400450F/200230C).

In a food processor, combine the tahini, water, garlic, lemon juice, 1 tablespoon

of the oil, 12 teaspoon of the salt, and the cumin and process until a very smooth

3 tablespoons fresh lemon


juice, plus more as needed

puree forms, 12 minutes, stopping to scrape down the sides of the bowl as needed.

2 tablespoons extra-virgin
olive oil

thick, yet pourable sauce.

1 teaspoon fine sea salt


teaspoon ground cumin

1 4

4 Japanese eggplants
cup (1 12 oz/45 g)
pomegranate seeds

1 4

Add more water and/or lemon juice 1 tablespoon at a time if needed to make a

Starting at the blossom end, cut each eggplant lengthwise into slices 1412 inch

(612 mm) thick, cutting all the way down into the stem end but not through it, so
the slices can be fanned out from the stem. Place the eggplants on a rimmed baking
sheet. Brush all of the cut sides and the outsides with the remaining 1 tablespoon
oil and then sprinkle all of the cut sides and the outsides with the remaining
2 teaspoon salt.

Brush the grill grate and coat with oil. Using tongs, fan out the eggplants on the

grate and cook, turning once, until tender and grill marked, 34 minutes per side
(see Extra Credit). The eggplants will fan out more easily as they cook and soften.

80+

A passionate home baker shares his practical


advice and straightforward approach for
making amazing bread from scratch in your
own kitchen. With over 80 easy-to-follow
recipesplus lots of shortcuts, how-to
illustrations, and flavor variationsthis
book
will be your go-to guide.
BREADS comprehensive
TO BAKE AT
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BREAD, BREAD, BREAD is home baker Martin Johanssons big book


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dark, sour, and sweet breadsall easy to bake. With practical advice he shows
how you can simplify your baking and still bake amazing bread with taste
and character. And with a bit of courage and help from this book, you will
construct your own favorite recipes. It would make Martin Johansson happy.

Remove the eggplants from the grill.

Spread a generous amount of the tahini sauce on the bottom of a platter.

Arrange the fanned eggplants over the sauce and drizzle with a little more sauce.
Garnish with the pomegranate seeds and serve with the remaining sauce.

EXTRA CREDIT
For deeper grill marks, top the
fanned-out eggplants with a heavy
cast-iron or other heavy pan as
they cook.
If you like it spicy, dust the grilled
eggplant with ground Aleppo pepper
or cayenne pepper.
For even more flavor, sprinkle the
grilled eggplants with zaatar.
Zaatar: Mix together 2 tablespoons
toasted sesame seeds, 1 teaspoon

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VEGETABLES

ground sumac, 34 teaspoon dried


lemon peel, 34 teaspoon dried
thyme, 12 teaspoon dried oregano,
1
2 teaspoon dried savory, 12 teaspoon
dried marjoram, and 12 teaspoon
coarse sea salt.
The tahini sauce can be made ahead
and refrigerated in an airtight
container for up to 1 week. Drizzle
any extra sauce on grilled fish, lamb,
or vegetables.

BREAD BREAD BREAD

FOOD & DRINK

Martin Johansson

If you like Middle Eastern food, try this easy grilled eggplant dish. Fanning out

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The Pie Cookbook

Favorite Cookies

Various Authors

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With over 50 recipes for sweet and savory pies,


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and tricks for perfect baking round out this
essential title for pie lovers.

Everyone loves home-baked goodies, and


this book celebrates the timeless pleasure of
baking cookies, bars, and brownies for any
occasion. The 40 recipes span classic favorites,
modern creations, and plenty of frosted,
sugar-dusted, and chocolate-drizzled treats,
plus indispensable information on
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Chocolate Florentines

POACHED-PEAR PIE WITH ROSEMARY SHORTBREAD CRUST

A successful almond Florentinelacy, thin, crispdepends on achieving the perfect balance


between the batter and the almonds. The batter should bind the nuts without burying them.
Work quickly after removing the batter from the heat because it will stiffen as it cools.
Although the chocolate glaze is classic, the cookies are delicious without it.

Beautiful deeply red pears poached in red wine with star anise and cinnamon not only
taste incredible but will make your home smell amazing. With a rosemary crust and a
rich mascarpone filling, this is sure to become a modern favorite.
3 cups (750 ml)
dry red wine
14 cup (2 oz/60 g) sugar
1 strip lemon zest, about
3 inches (7.5 cm) long
12 cup (125 ml) fresh
lemon juice
1 cinnamon stick
1 star anise pod
1 fresh rosemary sprig
4 firm but ripe pears (about
2 lb/1 kg total weight),
peeled, halved, and cored
1 recipe Rosemary
Shortbread Crust (page
99), baked and cooled
1 cup (8 oz/250 g)
mascarpone cheese
13 cup (80 ml) heavy cream
1 teaspoon pure
vanilla extract
14 cup (2 oz/60 g) sugar
SERVES 810

TIP

1 In a large saucepan over high heat, combine the wine, sugar, lemon zest
and juice, cinnamon stick, and star anise and bring to a boil. Reduce the heat
to medium-low, add the rosemary sprig, and simmer for about 5 minutes.
Add the pears, making sure they are mostly submerged. Simmer, turning
them every 5 minutes, until just fork-tender but still firm, 1520 minutes.
Let cool to room temperature in the liquid. Refrigerate in the liquid, cut
side down, for at least 2 hours or up to overnight.

FOR THE COOKIES

sheets with parchment paper.

cup (1 1 2 oz/45 g)
all-purpose flour

2 In a small bowl, stir together the orange zest and flour until the zest
is coated. Set aside.

14

5 tablespoons (2 1 2 oz/75 g)
unsalted butter, cut into pieces
cup (60 ml) heavy cream

14

cup (4 oz/125 g) sugar

1 2

2 Make the rosemary shortbread crust.

2 tablespoons honey

3 In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with the whisk attachment, combine the
mascarpone cheese, cream, and vanilla. On low speed, slowly add the sugar.
Raise the speed to medium-high and beat until stiff peaks form, about
30 seconds. Pipe or spoon the filling over the crust.

3 4 cup (3 oz/90 g) sliced blanched


almonds

FOR THE CHOCOLATE GLAZE


6 oz (185 g) semisweet chocolate,
finely chopped

4 Using a slotted spoon, gently remove the pears from the liquid and cut each
half into slices 14 inch (6 mm) thick, keeping the slices attached at the stem
end and fanning them slightly. Arrange the pears over the filling. Remove
and discard the cinnamon stick, star anise, and rosemary sprig. Transfer the
liquid to a small saucepan and simmer over medium-high heat until thickened,
about 10 minutes. Let cool to room temperature. Drizzle over the pie.
Refrigerate for at least 1 hour or up to overnight before serving.

cup (4 oz/125 g) unsalted butter

1 2

1 tablespoon light corn syrup

Makes about 2 dozen cookies

3 In a saucepan over low heat, combine the butter, cream, sugar, and
honey. Cook, stirring, until the butter melts and the sugar dissolves. Raise
the heat to medium-high and bring to a boil, stirring constantly, then boil
for 2 minutes. Remove from the heat and stir in the almonds, followed by
the flour mixture. The batter will be thick. Drop the batter by 2-teaspoon
scoops onto the prepared baking sheets, spacing the cookies about
3 inches (7.5 cm) apart. Flatten each cookie with the back of the spoon.

4 Bake the cookies, 1 sheet at a time, until they spread to about 3 inches
(7.5 cm), are bubbling vigorously, and have light brown edges, 810 minutes.
Transfer the baking sheets to wire racks and let the cookies cool on the
sheets for 10 minutes. Using a wide spatula, transfer them to the racks
and let cool completely.

5 To make the chocolate glaze, place the chocolate, butter, and corn syrup
in a large heatproof bowl set over (but not touching) barely simmering
water in a saucepan and heat, stirring often, until the chocolate and butter
are melted, about 4 minutes. Remove from the heat and pour the glaze
through a fine-mesh sieve into a bowl. Let cool to 92F (33C) before using.

FOR DEEPER COLOR AND FLAVOR, POACH THE PEARS THE DAY BEFORE AND REFRIGERATE OVERNIGHT

6 Using a spoon, drizzle the chocolate glaze over the top of each cookie.

IN THEIR POACHING LIQUID. USE A DRY RED WINE, SUCH AS A CABERNET SAUVIGNON OR MERLOT.

Let stand until the glaze sets, about 30 minutes.

30
FRUIT PIES

1 To make the cookies, preheat the oven to 325F (165C). Line 2 baking

1 teaspoon grated orange zest

| 23

DROP COOKIES

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FOOD & DRINK

Caramel Fudge Toffee & Brittle


SARA AASUM HULTBERG

SARA
AASUM HULTBERG

Brittle

VIRPI MIKKONEN

based, many are prepared in the freezer


rather than the oven, and all are surprisingly
simple and fun to make. Once you try her
(raw!) Blueberry Dream Cake, Peanut Toffee
Chocolates, or Cardamom Vanilla Donuts,
you may never look back.

ISBN
ISBN
13:978-1-68188-109-6
978-1-68188-109-6
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V I R P I M I K KO N E N

ITS A PLEASURE
S W E E T T R E AT S W I T H O U T G L U T E N ,
D A I R Y, A N D R E F I N E D S U G A R

FOOD & DRINK

Fudge
Toffee &

is a journalist,
This beautifulstylist,
cookbook
will transform the
photographer, and awardfood blogger. Her website,
way you thinkwinning
about
sweets.
Discover how
Vanelja (vanelja.com), features
healthy treats and pure pleasures.
author Virpi Mikkonen
makes this enticing
collection of treatscakes, pies, candies, ice
creams, and cookieswithout any wheat flour or
white sugar. Instead, she draws on an innovative
Born out of a desire to offer herself treats that
array of wholesome, flavorful ingredientslike
left her feeling light, healthy, and satisfied,
Virpi has experimented, tinkered, and tastecoconut
milk,
almond flour, and figsto create her
tested her
way to a glorious
array of yummy
desserts minus gluten, refined sugar, and
dairy (if you like). Most are entirely plant
delicious and original recipes.

will transform the way you


think about sweets. For starters, baked goods
dont need to be bakedand you can make an
amazing range of delicious cakes, pies, candies,
ice creams, and cookies without a teaspoon of
wheat flour or a sprinkle of white sugar. Finnish
author Virpi Mikkonens secret is less what she
leaves out of her desserts and more about the
innovative array of wholesome and flavorful
ingredients she includes, from coconut milk
to almond flour to pured dates and figs.

ITS A PLEASURE

I T S A P L E A S U R E

Caramel

Learn the secrets to success from an expert


confectionerand how to craft delicious
caramel, fudge, toffee, brittle, and more at
home. The tantalizing recipes also include
specialty confections like French nougat,
chocolate truffles, and caramelized nuts.
These decadent treats are perfect for
desserts, party favors, and holiday gifts.

Virpi Mikkonen

V I R P I M I K KO N E N

Caramel Fudge Toffee & Brittle

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RASPBERRY CARAMELS DIPPED


in WHITE CHOCOLATE
If you want caramels that arent so chewy and are fresher tasting, then try
these. Raspberry and caramel make a great combination. The crunchy
freeze-dried raspberries contrast with the stickiness of the caramel.

makes about 14 caramels


About 2 cups (8 oz/250 g)
fresh or frozen raspberries
C/d cup (6 fl oz/180 ml)
heavy cream
3 tablespoons butter
1A/d cups (10 oz/315 g) sugar
A/c cup (3 fl oz/80 ml) liquid
glucose or honey
A/c cup (3 fl oz/80 ml) water
7 oz (220 g) white chocolate
A/c cup (A/c oz/10 g) freezedried raspberries

These caramels will taste best


with fresh raspberries , but if
you can t find them , frozen
raspberries are almost as good.
30

caramel, fudge, toffee & brittle

Process the fresh or frozen raspberries in a


blender and pass through a fine-mesh sieve to
make 1 cup (8 fl oz/250 ml) pure. Mix the pure
with the cream and butter in a saucepan and
heat on low until the butter melts.
Mix the sugar, glucose, and water in another
saucepan and bring to a boil; continue to cook
until the mixture reaches about 320F (160C)
and has just changed color (see Caramelized
Sugar on pages 1315). One-third at a time, pour
the cream mixture into the sugar syrup. Mix
with a whisk between each addition.
On medium heat, cook until mixture reaches
255F (124C), or hard-ball stage (see page 16 for
how to do a cold-water test). Stir occasionally.
Line a pan about 8 x 8 inches (20 x 20 cm)
with parchment paper. Pour in the caramel. Let
set at room temperature for at least 6 hours.
Cut the caramel into rectangles. Melt or
temper the chocolate (see pages 1617). Dip
half of each caramel in the chocolate. Wipe the
excess chocolate from the bottom and place
the pieces on parchment paper. Sprinkle the
caramels with the freeze-dried raspberries.

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Prepare the whipped coconut cream; cover
and refrigerate.
PANCAKE. Preheat the oven to 400F and
position a rack in the center of the oven. Break
the eggs into a high-speed blender or food
processor and add the flours, oat milk, honey,
banana, psyllium husk powder, baking powder,
vanilla extract, and salt. Blend until smooth.
Pour the mixture onto a rimmed baking sheet
and bake for about 30 minutes. When the
pancake is golden with brown spots, remove
it from the oven.

Cut the pancake to 9 evenly sized pieces. Pile


the pieces on a serving platter or plate, layering
honey, banana slices, and berries between
the pieces. Sprinkle berries on top and spoon
plenty of whipped coconut cream over them.
(Best to add the whipped coconut cream on
top of the berries and not directly on the warm
pancake, or else it will melt away.) Sprinkle
more berries on top and serve.

GOR GEOUS
PANCAKE CAKE
Whipped Coconut Cream
(page 132)
PANCAKE

3 large eggs
1 cup almond flour
14 cup coconut flour
12 cup buckwheat flour
3 cups oat milk or other milk
alternative (page 137)
1 tablespoon honey or
coconut syrup
1 ripe banana, peeled and
chopped
1 teaspoon psyllium husk
powder
1 teaspoon baking powder
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
Pinch of sea salt

This cake was


conceived as a
birthday cake for
myself. It has since
become one of
my summertime
favorites.

64

Honey or coconut syrup


2 ripe bananas, peeled and
sliced
Fresh berries and fruit,
such as raspberries,
strawberries, and cherries

CAKES & PIES

CAKES & PIES

65

Sheet Pan
Kate McMillan

FOOD & DRINK

EVERYDAY COOKING

Featuring healthy, flavorful, and complete


meals assembled and cooked on a simple
sheet pan, this cookbook offers great dinner
solutions for busy cooks. The 50 recipes,
each a complete meal, offer a diverse range
of flavor combinations and vegetarian, meat,
and seafood options.

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This classic French composed salad is made easy by using just one pan for cooking.
Aioli is typically made with canola or vegetable oil because they impart very
little flavor. Here, olive oil is added as well to create a luxurious aioli that works
beautifully with this salad. Leftover aioli is delicious as a dip or on sandwiches.

Acorn squash halves make an excellent vessel for a hearty dish, and you can swap in
any ground meat for the lamb. Roasting the squash halves before filling them with the
meat mixture ensures they will be completely tender. Pomegranate seeds add color and
crunch. To round out the meal, serve a simple green salad with a citrus vinaigrette.

AHI TUNA NIOISE SALAD WITH OLIVE OILDILL AIOLI

PERSIAN STUFFED ACORN SQUASH WITH


GROUND LAMB & POMEGRANATE

To prepare the aioli, in a food


processor, combine the garlic and a

big pinch of salt and pulse several times


until the garlic is finely chopped. Add the

Place the potatoes, cut side down,


on one end of the prepared pan

and roast until they are just beginning


to soften, about 8 minutes. Place the

egg and egg yolk and pulse to combine.

haricots verts and cherry tomatoes in

In a liquid measuring cup, combine the

a single layer on the other end of the

canola oil and olive oil. With the machine

pan, leaving room for the tuna and

running, slowly add a few drops of oil

olives, and roast for 5 minutes. Stir the

and then follow with a slow and steady

vegetables and place the tuna and olives

stream of oil. Continue to pure until fully

in a single layer on the pan. Continue

combined. Transfer to a bowl, stir in the

roasting until the tuna is cooked through

dill, and adjust the seasoning with salt.

and the vegetables are fork-tender,

Set aside at room temperature.

about 10 minutes longer.

Preheat the oven to 450F


(230C). Line a sheet pan with

parchment paper.

In separate bowls, toss the potatoes,


haricots verts, and cherry tomatoes

each with 1 tablespoon of the olive oil


and season with salt and pepper. Brush
both sides of the tuna with the remaining
1 tablespoon olive oil and season both
sides with salt and pepper.

Arrange the potatoes, haricots


verts, tomatoes, tuna, and olives on

a large serving platter. Garnish with the


eggs (if using) and the lemon wedges
and serve right away with the aioli.

FOR THE OLIVE OILDILL


AIOLI

1 clove garlic

2 acorn squash, halved


lengthwise and seeded

Kosher salt
1 large egg plus 1 large
egg yolk
/2 cup (125 ml) canola oil

/2 cup (125 ml) olive oil

2 tablespoons chopped
fresh dill

3 tablespoons olive oil


Kosher salt and freshly
ground pepper
1 1/3 lb (21 oz/655 g)
ground lamb
Zest of 1 /2 lemons
1

/2 small yellow onion,


grated

/4 lb (375 g) baby Dutch


yellow or small red
potatoes, halved
3

3 cloves garlic, minced

5 ounces (155 g)
haricots verts

3 tablespoons chopped
fresh flat-leaf parsley

2 cups (12 oz/375 g)


cherry tomatoes

3 tablespoons chopped
fresh mint, plus whole
leaves for garnish

4 tablespoons (60 ml)


olive oil
Kosher salt and freshly
ground pepper
2 ahi tuna steaks
(about 1/2 lb/250 g each)
1 cup (5 oz/155 g) pitted
Nioise olives
3 hard-boiled large
eggs, peeled and halved
(optional)
1 lemon, cut into wedges

s e a fo o d 6 5

Preheat the oven to 400F


(200C). Line a sheet pan with

parchment paper.

Place the squash halves, cut side


up, on the prepared pan. Brush the

squash inside and out with 2 tablespoons


of the oil, and season the cavities with
salt and pepper. Roast until the squash

1
/4 cup (1 oz/30 g)
pomegranate seeds

52 meat

Let cool slightly.

In a small bowl, stir together the,


lemon juice, and the remaining

1 tablespoon mint, and season with

30 minutes.

sauce over the squash. Garnish with


the pomegranate seeds and mint

In a large bowl, combine the


ground lamb, lemon zest, onion,

garlic, parsley, 2 tablespoons of the mint,


remaining 1 tablespoon oil. Season with

1 1/2 tablespoons fresh


lemon juice

the lamb mixture and continue

through, 1518 minutes longer.

1 tablespoon ground
coriander

3
/4 cup (6 oz/185 g) plain
whole-milk yogurt

Fill the squash cavities with

roasting until the meat is cooked

salt and pepper. Drizzle the yogurt

the cumin, coriander, cinnamon, and the

1
/4 teaspoon ground
cinnamon

is golden and fork-tender, about

1 tablespoon ground cumin

S E RV E S 4

S E RV E S 4

salt and pepper and stir gently to mix.

leaves and serve.

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Roasted Chicken with


Fingerling Potatoes & Carrots
For a more colorful dish, use a mix of purple, dark red, orange, and bright
yellow carrots. You can add a handful of unpeeled garlic cloves with the
other vegetables and invite guests to squeeze the caramelized cloves from
their papery skins and spread them on crusty bread.
1 Preheat the oven to 450F.
2 In a small bowl, stir together the butter, 1 2 teaspoon
pepper, the paprika, cumin, and coriander until well
blended. Pat the chicken dry and rub the seasoned
butter evenly on the outside of the chicken. Season
generously with salt.
3 In a large bowl, toss together the potatoes, carrots,
shallots, and oil, and season generously with salt and
pepper. Transfer the vegetables to a large ovenproof
skillet and spread in a single layer. Place the chicken
on top of the vegetables.
4 Reduce the oven temperature to 400F and transfer
the skillet to the oven. Roast until an instant-read
thermometer inserted into the thickest part of the thigh,
away from the bone, registers 165F, 5065 minutes.
5 Transfer the chicken to a cutting board, cover loosely
with aluminum foil, and let rest for 1015 minutes before
carving. Insert a small, sharp knife into the potatoes;
it should slide through easily. If not, return the skillet
to the oven and roast the potatoes for 1015 minutes
longer.

4 tablespoons unsalted
butter, at room temperature
Kosher salt and freshly
ground pepper
1

2 teaspoon smoked paprika

4 teaspoon ground cumin

4 teaspoon ground coriander

1 whole chicken (34 lb)


1 lb fingerling potatoes,
cut into 2-inch pieces
1 bunch carrots, peeled
and left whole or cut
into 2-inch pieces
2 large shallots, cut
into 1 4 -inch slices
2 tablespoons olive oil
SERVES 4

6 Carve the chicken and serve the vegetables


alongside.

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Inside these pages, youll find more

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This series features an engaging, solution-driven approach
to cooking great-tasting meals for every day of the week.
From family favorites to fresh recipes that will appeal to
carnivores and vegetarians alike, these accessible and delicious
dishes will inspire any cook on even the busiest of nights.

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Jenny Chandler
This fun-filled book will help empower kids
ages 7 and up to feel comfortable and
confident in the kitchen through basic
cooking and baking skills. Featuring delicious
recipesfor every course, and from cuisines
around the worldplus cool food facts and
tips on how to shop and chop; nutrition; the
spice drawer; and more, this book will inspire
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Superfoods Cookbook
for Baby & Toddler
Shazi Visram with Cricket Azima
Give your baby and toddler the best
start in life and help them grow up
healthy, happy, and strong with
delicious, homemade foods. This
cookbook offers a fresh, nutritious,
and accessible approach to feeding
children aged 6 months to 3 years.

12+

months
V E G E TA R I A N

N U T- F R E E

SWEET POTATO & RAISIN PANCAKES


This is a sweet, fun spin on traditional potato pancakes. Sweet potatoes are rich in
beta-carotene, which promotes good eye health. Cinnamon and raisins add a natural
sweetness. These nutritious pancakes provide delicious fuel for growing kids!

INGREDIENTS
1 lb sweet potatoes, peeled and shredded
(about 4 cups)
/4 cup raisins

/3 cup whole-wheat flour

DIRECTIONS
Preheat the oven to 400F. Lightly grease
a baking sheet.

FAMILY COOKING

2 large eggs, lightly beaten

Wrap the shredded sweet potatoes in a clean


kitchen towel and squeeze out the excess water.

In a large bowl, combine the sweet potatoes,


raisins, flour, eggs, cinnamon, salt, and sugar
and stir until well mixed.

Form the sweet potato mixture into 8 pancakes,


each about 3 1/2 inches in diameter. Place the
pancakes on the prepared baking sheet
and bake, turning once halfway through
baking, until golden and crisp, about
20 minutes total. Serve warm with
applesauce on the side for dipping,
if using. Store in an airtight container
in the refrigerator for up to 3 days,
or freeze for up to 2 months.

/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Pinch of salt
Pinch of sugar
/2 cup applesauce or plain whole-milk

Greek yogurt (optional)

MAKES 8 PANCAKES

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VISRAM with CRICKET AZIMA

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40,000 words
75 recipes
65+ photographs
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SPINACH, FRUIT & CHIA BLEND


In this textured puree, chiaa revered ancient seedis blended with fruits and spinach to
create a dish with antioxidant vitamins A, C, and E. Chia includes an omega-3 fatty acid (ALA),
and has lots of fiber to prevent constipation, which may tempt you to take a bite yourself!

INGREDIENTS
1 cup baby spinach leaves

In a food processor or blender, combine the


spinach, blueberries, banana, mango, chia seeds,
and rice. Puree until smooth or until the desired
consistency is achieved.

Serve immediately. To store, refrigerate in an


airtight container for up to 2 days, or freeze in
individual portions (see page 16) for up to
3 months.

1 ripe banana, peeled


1 tablespoon chia seeds
/4 cup cooked brown rice

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protein than the classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Chia seeds have fiber,
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raspberries, and chia seeds. Using the back of a
wooden spoon or a potato masher, mash the
berries until they are juicy and well combined.

Lay out the bread slices on a clean, flat surface.


Divide the berry mixture between 2 of the slices
and spread to cover the entire surface. Spread
half of the nut butter onto each of the remaining
2 bread slices. Invert the slices onto the berrycovered slices to form 2 sandwiches.

Lightly spray a large frying pan with nonstick


cooking spray and place over medium heat. Toast
the sandwiches, turning once, until golden brown
on both sides, about 6 minutes total. Transfer the
sandwiches to a cutting board and let cool slightly.

Cut each sandwich into quarters and serve with


the vanilla yogurt for dipping.

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/2 cup halved raspberries

2 tablespoons chia seeds


4 slices whole-wheat bread
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American Girl Parties

American Girl Cooking

Various Authors
Featuring party menussuch as a fun-filled
garden picnic, a summer barbecue, and a
holiday cookie exchangeideas for games
and favors, and more than 40 tasty recipes,
this charming cookbook will appeal to budding
cooks who want to learn how to make amazing
treats for any occasion during the year.

Various Authors
Aspiring chefs will learn how to
whip up tasty dishes for everyday
meals as well as for movie nights,
picnics, fiestas, family dinners,
and more. This inspiring book
includes easy-to-follow recipes for
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203 x 178 mm 8 x 7 inches
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40 recipes
75 photographs
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203 x 178 mm 8 x 7 inches
22,000 words
40 recipes
60 photographs
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American Girl Baking
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Garden Tea Party


This party is fit for fairies. Filled with bu erflies,
flowers, fancy teacups, and sparkles, its the perfect
aernoon event that you can host in the garden or
at a nearby park when the weather is really nice.
Use pre y, nature-inspired cras and colors. Put real
flowers (cut some fresh roses from the garden) in dainty
tea cups for a sophisticated centerpiece thats as easy
as 1-2-3. And oodles of bite-sized sweet treats are a must!
Your guests will adore mini vanilla cupcakes topped
with sparkly frosting and edible bu erflies.

With 40 scrumptious recipes for


sweet and savory treats, this book
will give every little girl inspiration
and guidance to bake, decorate, and
share yummy homemade goodies
with friends and family.

Recipes for Cookies, Cupcakes & More


With forty charming and creative recipes, this book
will give you all the inspiration and guidance you
need to bake, decorate, and share yummy homemade
treats with your friends and family. From cupcakes
and cookies to madeleines and tartlets, there are
goodies in here to make everyone smile. See where
these recipes and your imagination will take you!

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Culinary expertise explained, one step


at a time. This playful cookbook is full
of simple, graphic, step-by-step
instructions on all the cooking skills
every home cook needs to know.

REFERENCE

Bart Van Olphen


Discover the versatility of cooking with tinned fish,
the ultimate pantry staple and sustainable choice
for seafood. This collection of brilliant recipes
combines fresh ingredients and spices with an
array of tinned fishtuna, salmon, mackerel,
mussels, and moreto create delicious, proteinrich dishes for every course.

Eat!
The

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FOOD & DRINK

Gabriela Scolik & the Show Me team


The best baking tricks revealed,
one step at a time. With foolproof,
gorgeously illustrated instructions, this
easy-to-use visual cookbook will help
any home baker become an expert.

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REFERENCE

Bake!
The Quick-Look Cookbook

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5-5

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Cooking with Tinned Fish

FOOD & DRINK

THE QUICK-LOOK COOKBOOK

Gabriela Scolik & the Show Me team

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Eat!
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FOOD & DRINK

find just how easy it is to put a meat-free

dinner on the table, even on the busiest nights.

ver time-saving tips, such as peeling a squash by

Let this book inspire you to eat less meat,

simple, healthy meals for every night of the week

enjoy a wider variety of vegetables, and enjoy


cooking any night of the week.
Ivy Manning

rding off colds by incorporating fermented foods

h time- and health-conscious vegetarians.

h chapter features tips for rounding out a meal

Includes 80 quick and


enticing vegetarian meals
for any day of the year

d customizing recipes. Expert advice on seasonal

d shopping and stocking your pantry and

rigerator will help you create a vegetarian kitchen

h ease. With this resourceful and inspiring guide

your hands, youll be well on your way to creating

icing vegetarian meals every night, no matter what

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100 recipes
80 photographs
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meatless proteins, and umami-rich seasonings

American classics to dishes inspired by her travels

Learn how to utilize new proteins and seasoning

Tips on stocking the pantry and refrigerator,

weeknight-friendly vegetarian recipes, ranging from


abroad, as well as by the products in her local
farmers market.

agents for flavor-rich meals that satisfy a crowd

Ivys approach for seamless vegetarian cooking on a


weeknight schedule is simple: take inspiration from

cooking seasonally, and more

the seasons produce and have a well-stocked pantry


at hand. Influenced by both international and

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In Weeknight Vegetarian, Ivy offers 80 of her favorite

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nted in China

Healthy in a Hurry

discover that the combination of seasonal vegetables,

meatless mealtime

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she had to revisit her approach to dinnertime, which

Recipes to inspire new and long-time vegetarians


alike, as well as those looking for new ideas for

otographer based in San Francisco. When shes not

ifornia Olive Ranch, and other clients. Her first

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often healthier, than her previous way of cooking.

in the kitchen, shes digging in the dirt of her


husband and their retired racing greyhound, Mini.

Jeanne Kelley

resulted in meals that were just as satisfying, and

Manning is an author, recipe developer, and

etable garden. Ivy lives in Portland, Oregon, with

Jeanne Kelley

When Ivy Manning married her vegetarian husband,

ur schedule.

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regional flavors, Ivy offers delicious and easy


combinations, such as a fluffy egg frittata filled with
zucchini, poblano chiles, and goat cheese; or quinoa
spaghetti tossed with broccoli rabe, feta cheese, and

Gluten-Free
Baking

fresh mint. A leek and artichoke pizza celebrates the


spring harvest, while a celery root soup with truffle
oil is warming on a winters night. No one will miss
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50 recipes
60 photographs
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Cooking from the


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COOKING from the

SHOP
COOK
& EAT

Jodi Liano
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135 photographs
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With this book as your guide, I hope you will

hin the chapters of this book, youll find recipes

sening the skins for 15 seconds in a microwave and

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80 recipes
100 photographs
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Kitchen Garden
Cookbook

Celebrating the
homegrown & homemade

weeknight

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Dana Jacobi

Neka Pasquale

cooking with mushrooms for meaty flavor, adding

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so paste for umami, and incorporating different

pizzas, soups, and pastas for each season. Also

Tori Ritchie

Urban Remedy

turing inventive ways to create bold flavors, such

king, Ivy guides you through a new way to approach

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Recipes and
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your pro-blender
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the day from
batters to soups
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spreads, hot and cold soups, sweet and
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foams, and even frozen desserts. Inside
these pages, youll find more than
40 delicious and diverse recipes suitable
for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert.

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Everything you need to know about the gut


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Erin Quon
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Inside these pages, youll


find dozens of tempting
juices made from raw
fruits, vegetables, nuts,
and more, customized for
a home juicer. Drink your
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health and wellbeing.

Authored by an award-winning Australian chef


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presents everything you need to know about gut
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Sussman Brothers
Series
Max Sussman has been cooking professionally for more
than a decade. Most recently, he was executive chef at
the neighborhood favorite, The Cleveland, in Manhattan.
He was chef de cuisine at Robertas, when the famed
Brooklyn restaurant received two stars from the
New York Times, and has also worked at Manhattans
Michelin-starred Breslin Bar & Dining Room. In 2012,
Max was a James Beard Awards semifinalist for Rising
Star Chef of the Year and was named both a Zagat
New York City and a Forbes 30 under 30.

How did we plant the Sussman flag atop this


Mount Everest of cookbook challenges? First, we
crowdsourced our friends for their favorite foods
With recipes so
growing up. Next, we time traveled back to our own
deliciously awesome,
youth in Detroit, where our parents ignited our fire
your life will
for cooking, and then mashed up everything we
discovered into all-new classics. We also flew (in our
change forever
minds, due to budget limitations) around the world
in search of traditional recipes to update, rejiggered
TV dinners into tasty made-from-scratch meals, and
transformed desserts and breakfast dishes that
sound familiar on paper into fresh experiences on
your palate. Finally, we revisited some old-school
fare, like chicken soup, fondue, and game-day dips.

This is the best cookbook ever.


MAX

+ ELI SUSSMAN

from

224 pages
254 x 216 mm 10 x 8 1/2 in
60,000 words
150 recipes
200 photographs and
illustrations
Hardcover

Just past this flap copy, the fun begins. Weve


redefined the classics. Thats right, we took familiar
recipes from our childhood, your childhood, the
French canon, kitchens around the world, and
more and reworked them for modern times.

The Sussman brothers have worked their


culinary magic to reimagine dozens of familiar
recipes. Childhood plates have been revamped with
adult tastes in mind. Iconic French dishes boast
easier techniques and new flavors. T V dinners are
now cooked-from-scratch meals. And both
traditional desserts and international favorites
have been deliciously updated. Everything old
is new againtastier, bolder, and better.
Welcome to the new classics.

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+ ELI SUSSMAN

Erin Kunkel is an award-winning food and lifestyle


photographer who works around the world and calls the
foggy outerlands of San Francisco home. When shes
not behind the camera, she can be found gardening,
cooking, and dreaming of warm water surf spots.

160 pages
240 x 200 mm 9 1/2 x 7 1/2 in
32,000 words
75 recipes
100 photographs
Paperback

Best

MAX

Eli Sussman is the executive chef of Mile End Deli, in


Manhattan and Brooklyn, which has been featured on
several best of lists, including Time Out New York,
GQ, and the Village Voice. In 2014, he was a James Beard
Awards semifinalist for Rising Star Chef of the Year, and
in 2012, he was selected as one of Zagat New York Citys
30 under 30. He is a contributing editor to Saveur
magazine and is on the New York City board of Taste of
the Nation, an annual event that benefits the national
childhood hungerfighting charity Share Our Strength.

Max & Eli Sussman

Better From Scratch

The Wild Chef

MAX + ELI SUSSMAN


Do you have problems in your life
and want to make them disappear?
Cooking has been shown to
be therapeutic, healthful, and
capable of solving literally any
issue related to mind, body, and
soul. This collection of the worlds
best recipes has been designed
by Max and Eli to ensure a success
rate of 110 percent + infinity in
all areas of life. Guaranteed!

All of the dishes here, and the great photographs


that show them off, are brand-spanking new. And
like a culinary King Tut, this priceless treasure
trove of recipes will amaze generations forever.

delicious

D.I.Y. FOODS
YOU CAN

MAKE AT HOME

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Head outside, fire up the


grill, and earn the title of

Fred Thompson

Grill Master among your


friends and family with this
ultimate grilling companion.
Over 100 back-to-basics recipes that will

Bryan & Michael


Voltaggio

192 pages
247 x 185 mm 9 3/4 x 7 1/4 in
45,000 words
60 recipes
80 photographs
Hardcover

back ribs, and succulent pulled pork.

TASTY MIX-INS & MORE

In this inspiring cookbook,


youll find everything you need
to know to create an ice creamery
at home: over 50 recipes for
delicious frozen treats, from rich
ice creams and gelatos to cooling
granitas and sorbets, plus cones,
sauces, toppings, and more.
Innovative ideas for mix-ins and
parties round out this go-to guide
for everyone who loves ice cream.

336 pages
290 x 245 mm 11 x 9 1/2 in
110,000 words
80 recipes
195 photographs
Hardcover

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240 pages
270 x 200 mm 10 1/2 x 8 in
70,000 words
100+ recipes
200 photographs
Hardcover
Sorella is one of those restaurants that I find myself going back
to over and over again. Its a place with an allure you can feel,

one where that balance between kitchen and dining room gives
you the sense that what youre experiencing has been created

not by colleagues but by good friends. This cookbook tells that

story, one about a special restaurant, its outrageously delicious

food, and the gracious hospitality with which its presented. And
it shows us that even the simplest meal, if prepared and served
genuinely, can become an exceptional, memorable experience.

Fred Thompson

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Ice Creamery

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Frozen Desserts
OZ E N

FR

272 pages
256 x 235 mm 10 x 9 1/4 in
55,000 words
130 recipes
150 photographs
Paperback

From a simple scoop of ice cream to an old-fashioned shake to


an elegant multilayered torte, frozen desserts appeal to everyone.

sorella

This book shows you how to make all of the elements at home (or how to layer in purchased ingredients
for ease) for the ultimate icy desserts. With tips for serving, storing, and personalizing your creations,
along with full-color photographs throughout, this is a complete guide for anyone who loves frozen treats.

RECIPES, COCKTAILS & TRUE STORIES


FROM OUR NEW YORK RESTAURANT

Rick Field, Lisa Atwood


& Rebecca Courchesne
Bake tempting fruit
desserts all year round

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240 pages
254 x 216 mm 10 x 8 1/2 in
50,000 words
70 recipes
135 photographs
Paperback
Inside these pages,
youll discover

cakes pies tarts


cobblers crisps custards
crumbles muffins scones

ho

EMMA HEARST &


SARAH KRATHEN

ow

jams
jellies curds
pickles chutneys
salsas sauces
and more

luscious fruit desserts

Seasonally organized, this


book features more than
50 recipes, each crafted to
take advantage of fruit at
the pinnacle of freshness.
A primer on making the
perfect pie, a section on
basic baking techniques,
and full-color photographs
round out the book.

at

Lets Do Brunch

doughnuts and more

All made with ripe,


juicy seasonal fruit

Entertaining
320 pages
255 x 235 mm 10 x 9 1/4 in
70,000 words
140 recipes
170 photographs
Hardcover with jacket

128 pages
235 x 210 mm 9 1/4 x 8 1/4 in
26,000 words
65 recipes
65 photographs
Hardcover

rick field
lisa atwood

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Various Authors

luscious fruit desserts

preserving
the art of

176 pages
235 x 210 mm 9 1/4 x 8 1/4 in
40,000 words
110 recipes
65 photographs
Hardcover with jacket

More than 60 recipes & ideas for scoops, shakes, slushes, sundaes,
sandwiches, special-occasion treats & more from your home kitchen

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THE SWEET SHOP

Ice cream cakes,


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Frozen Desserts

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T H E S O D A FO U N TA IN

Classic and modern


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112 pages
235 x 210 mm 9 1/4 x 8 1/4 in
24,000 words
60 recipes
50 photographs
Hardcover

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THE SCOOPS

Ice cream, gelato,


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sorbet, and granita

Desserts

Various Authors

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Will Guidara, Eleven Madison Park & The NoMad

sexy and sumptuous and delicious.

RECIPES FOR FROZEN


TREATS, TOPPINGS,
MIX-INS & MORE

112 pages
235 x 210 mm 9 1/4 x 8 1/4 in
25,000 words
50 recipes
45 photographs
Hardcover

more than 50 recipes for baking with the seasons harvest

Luscious Fruit Desserts

Georgeanne Brennan

The Art of the Cookie


Shelly
art Kaldunski
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224 pages
247 x 185 mm 9 1/2 x 7 1/4 in
45,000 words
130 recipes
130 photographs
Paperback

shelly kaldunski is a Northern Californiabased


food stylist, culinary teacher, and expert in all
things sweet. As a pastry chef, Shelly worked in
restaurants in San Francisco before becoming
a food editor at Martha Stewart Living. She was
the food stylist for and contributor to Martha
Stewarts Baking Handbook and is the author
of Sweet Scoops and Ice Pops.

art

the

craft beautiful and delicious cookies


to savor and share
In these pages, discover over 40 tempting recipes
and inspiring ideas for decorated cookies, from
cutout shapes piped with vibrant colors, to jam-filled
spirals, to assorted cookie sandwiches. Youll find
the perfect cookie for any special occasion.

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THE ART OF THE COOKIE

of the

Baking up inspiration by the dozen

SHELLY KALDUNSKI
shelly kaldunski

maren caruso has photographed over 50 cookbooks


including Williams-Sonoma Cooking from the
Farmers Market and Chocolate Obsession, winner
of an IACP best food photography award. Her
photographs have also appeared in Saveur,
Gourmet, and Food & Wine magazines.

the

shelly kaldunski

of the

128 pages
235 x 210 mm 9 1/4 x 8 1/4 in
22,000 words
60+ recipes
85 photographs and illustrations
Hardcover with jacket

A beautifully crafted cookie is a work of art and


beloved by all. Still-warm cookies fresh from the oven
are irresistibly enticing but decorating the treats
doubles the fun. Whether its a cookie exchange,
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The Art of the Cookie presents over 40 delectable


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baked with lemon and thyme and decorated with icing
ornaments; and striped cookies that taste and look
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use with many of the cookies round out the collection.
Packed with gorgeous colorful photographs, this
book has all the encouragement and know-how youll
need to create artful cookies that look as if they were
purchased from a pastry shop.

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RECIPES, COCKTAILS & TRUE STORIES


FROM OUR NEW YORK RESTAURANT

COOKBOOK

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Grill Master

Frozen Desserts

Emma Hearst
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EMMA HEARST &


SARAH KRATHEN

224 pages
229 x 229 mm 9 x 9 in
23,000 words
140 recipes
175 photographs
Hardcover with jacket

sorella

Various Authors

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FOOD & DRINK

recipes for the grill

barbecue: slow-smoked brisket, tender baby

Fred Thompson

BACKLIST

Chris Cosentino

BACK-TO-BASICS

chops, but also tackling the holy trinity of

FOOD & DRINK

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refreshing sorbets & sherbets

ice creAmerY COOKBOOK

The ultimate arsenal of

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favorite grilled recipes, like thick porterhouse


steaks rubbed with Italian herbs, smoky

Antipasti

The Ice Creamery


Cookbook

luscious ice creams

224 pages
256 x 197 mm 10 xdecadent
7 3/4 toppings
in & sauces
55,000 words
100 recipes
150 photographs
Hardcover

FLAVORFUL GELATOS & GRANITAS

have you not only turning out everyones

slow cooking
Awaken your taste buds with a whole new
approach to slow-cooking. The more than

96128 pages
210 x 185 mm 8 1/2 x 7 1/2 in
19,000 words
4045 recipes
50 photographs
Hardcover with jacket

100
lusciousrecipes
and comforting
recipes
inside
More than 125
tempting
with hectic
schedules
in mind
this book are bursting with fresh flavors.

A Fresh Twist on Slow-Cooked Comfort


Layered with bright flavors and crunchy textures, classic slow-cooked
recipes are updated for todays cook, with delicious results.

Cast Iron
cooking in

Dishes That Satisfy the Whole Family


From succulent beef to melt-in-your-mouth chicken to hearty
legumes, this book contains an irresistible array of easy-to-prepare
recipes your family will love.

Inspired recipes for


dutch ovens, frying pans,
grill pans, roasters & more

From Simple Ingredients to


Mouthwatering Meals

Valerie Aikman-Smith

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THE

NEW SLOW

cooker

MORE THAN 100


HANDS-OFF MEALS
TO SATISFY THE
WHOLE FAMILY

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100125 recipes
75100 photographs
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eggs

YEAR-ROUND

Jodi Liano

ice

Comfort

ROASTING

home
baked

FOOD

More than 100


over-the-top delicious
baked creations from
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plus tales of the
sweet life from bakers
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pops

RECIPES FOR
CLASSIC DISHES
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RECIPES FOR
FRESH AND
FLAVORFUL
FROZEN
TREATS

NEW &
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RECIPES &
TECHNIQUES
FOR EVERY
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KIM LAIDLAW

RICK RODGERS

FOOD & DRINK

comft

fresh, simple recipes


for frittatas, omelets,
scrambles & more

BACKLIST

Comfort Collection

BRIGIT BINNS

Whether preparing a weeknight meal or an elegant dinner, this book


will show you how to transform wholesome, easy-to-find ingredients
into tantalizing dishes.

NEW SLOW COOKER

quick

Various Authors

THE

Trends Series

SHELLY
KALDUNSKI

THE

COOK BOOK

cooking with

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easy recipes for
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seasonal recipes for delicious soups

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160 pages
247 x 222 mm 9 3/4 x 8 3/4 in
35,000 words
70 recipes
75 photographs
Hardcover

Kate McMillan

Larger Format
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the occasion, whether youre hosting a party or just


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Anybody can learn to cook good food!

EVA KOLENKO is a food and lifestyle photographer


from San Francisco who pursues her passion
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If youre ready
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Bake Good Things

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Various Authors

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restaurants to dine, shoot and blog about the

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cuisine and people behind it. In between her


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Featuring 40 recipes and expert tips for your favorite ingredients

new home in Novato, California where she hopes


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COOKIES MUFFINS
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50 photographs
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PIZZAS
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your kitchen fears behind as youre walked through

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35,000 words
60 recipes
50 photographs
Paperback with flaps

Bake Good Things shows new bakers how to

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35,000 words
70 recipes
75 photographs
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40 recipes
90 photographs and
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Simply One Pot

SIMPLE TECHNIQUES & FOOLPROOF RECIPES FOR EVERYDAY EATING

for buying the right ingredients, and how to hack

continued on back flap

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pressure
cooker

Waffles

FOOD & DRINK

40

Soups and Stews

S AV EU R Italian Comfort Food presents

over 100 recipes for simple, f lavorful,


no-fuss, authentic food. Youll find fresh

takes on classic dishes along with a


wealth of new ideas for every course

of the meal in this essential cookbook.

ITALIAN
COMFORT FOOD

From the editors of Americas critically

acclaimed food magazine, SAVEUR Soups

and Stews features more than 100


inspired recipes from around the world.

In this essential cookbook, youll discover

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Drawing on her familys rich culinary traditions


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THE EDITORS OF SAVEUR

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Assembled by the editors of Americas most


critically acclaimed culinary magazine, this
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Youll find hallmarks culled from different
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the Netherlands, nut-filled wafers from Norway,
dulche de leche sandwich cookies from Argentina,
spicy chocolate icebox cookies from Mexico, and
snickerdoodles from America. All of the recipes
call for common ingredients and straightforward
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in which these confections are made, and the
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664 pages
254 x 197 mm 10 x 7 3/4 in
400,000 words
1,000 recipes
50 photographs
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368 pages
255 x 200 mm 10 x 8 in
100,000 words
350 techniques and recipes
1,500 photographs
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Each chapter opens with the basics, presenting everything


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254 x 241 mm 10 x 9 1/2 in
18,000 words
50 recipes
220 photographs
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THANKSGIVING
Create the most memorable
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256 pages
242 x 220 mm 9 1/2 x 8 1/2 in
50,000 words
100 recipes
190 photographs
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IO

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Editors of
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The simple, straightforward recipes are the culmination


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80 recipes
50 photographs
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800 illustrations
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CHUCK WILLIAMS
A lifelong passion for good food led Chuck Williams to open the
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of Sonoma in 1956. Since then, he has devoted much of his time
to encouraging people to explore the world of cooking. Over the
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with the mission of spreading the pleasures of cooking at home.
Now more than 250 Williams-Sonoma stores are open across
the United States, and Chuck is widely recognized as a pioneer
who revolutionized cooking in America.

Here is the cookbook for every home cook who


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time. Assembled by the editors of saveur, one of
Americas most critically acclaimed culinary
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50 photographs
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260 x 210 mm 10 1/4 x 8 1/4 in
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Over 150 recipes
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Cooking at Home

James Oseland is the editor-inchief of sav eur . Under his


stewardship, the magazine has
won more than 30 major
awards, including eight James
Beard Foundation Awards for
journalism and two awards
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37 recipes
54 photographs
Paperback with flaps

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Rick Rodgers

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Since its founding in 1994, saveur magazine has
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cooks behind them through impeccable photography,
faithfully reproduced recipes, and expertly crafted
articles from the worlds most celebrated food
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stories behind the meals, be they classic dishes known
to all, or obscure traditions worth sharing with the
world. They understand that each ingredient, each
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and this knowledge is at the root of every article and
image in saveur . Cherished by travel enthusiasts,
home cooks, professional chefs, and culinary
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experience the world food-first, whether theyre
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R T H D AY

Editors of Saveur

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260 x 210 mm 10 1/4 x 8 1/4 in
90,000 words
Over 150 recipes
Over 200 photographs
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The World Kitchen

From the editors of Americas favorite culinary magazine, Best Cookies showcases 50 recipes
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FOOD & DRINK

James Oseland is the editor-inchief of sav eur . Under his


stewardship, the magazine has
won more than 30 major
awards, including eight James
Beard Foundation Awards for
journalism and two awards
from the American Society of
Magazine Editors. He is the author of the James
Beard Foundation
Awardwinning
cookbook Cradle
+
1,000 RECIPES
of Flavor: Home Cooking from the Spice Islands of
EXPERT ADVICE,
Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore, which was named
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one of the best books of the year by Time Asia, The New
York Times, Good Morning America, and others.
Oseland is also a featured judge on the Bravo
television show Top Chef Masters.

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12,000 words
50 recipes
54 photographs
Paperback with flaps
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115,000 words
225 recipes
800 photographs
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FOOD & DRINK

The New

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EasyItalian

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400,000 words
1,000 recipes
200 photographs
and illustrations
Hardcover, with cloth spine

Since its founding in 1994, saveur magazine has


provided vivid and unprecedented access to the worlds
cuisines, telling the stories of authentic meals and the
cooks behind them through impeccable photography,
faithfully reproduced recipes, and expertly crafted
articles from the most celebrated food writers.
saveur s editors are passionate about the stories
behind the meals, be they classic dishes known to all,
or obscure traditions worth sharing with the world.
They understand that each ingredient, each person,
each meal, has undergone a special journey, and this
knowledge is at the root of every article and image in
saveur . Cherished by travel enthusiasts, home
cooks, professional chefs, and culinary adventurers
alike, saveur is for people who experience the
world food-first, whether theyre slurping noodles
from a street cart in Vietnam or savoring a three-star
meal in Paris. Honoring both the humble and the
elevated, every issue of saveur is a celebration of
real food made by real people. For more information,
visit www.saveur.com.

Best Cookies
Best Cookies

Editors of Saveur

Best Cookies

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273 x 216 mm 10 1/2 x 81/2 in
40,000 words
100 recipes
70 photographs
Hardcover

KIM KUSHNER

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Simple Recipes
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A Taste of the World

Kim Kushner

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224 pages
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105 recipes
85 photographs and
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seasonal, beautiful, flavorful, and delicious. Kim Kushner

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Celebrating a diverse, delicious, and

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114 recipes
85 photographs and
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The New Kosher

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150 recipes
175 photographs
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150 recipes
150 photographs
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28,000 words
40 recipes
40 photographs
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5,400 words
75 recipes
45 photographs
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265 x 240 mm 10 1/2 x 9 1/2 in
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175 photographs
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10,000 words
25 recipes
175 photographs
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Little Cooks

Abigail Dodge

Erin & Tatum Quon

128 pages
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25,000 words
30 recipes
225 photographs
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37 recipes
125 photographs
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for kids
Great recipes for kids who love to cook

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25,000 words
30 recipes
225 photographs
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Lisa Atwood
128 pages
235 x 206 mm 9 x 8 in
20,000 words
65+ recipes
35 photographs and
illustrations
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Lisa Atwood

The Baby & Toddler


Cookbook
Karen Ansel, MS, RD
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Baby & Toddler


On the Go

Kim Laidlaw is a cookbook editor, author, baker,


and mom who has been in the kitchen since she

as an editor in the cookbook world for over


ten years. She was the first blogger on KQEDs
popular Bay Area Bites blog, which launched in
2005. Kim previously worked as a professional
baker at La Farine French Bakery in Oakland, CA.
She lives with her husband and their active and
well-fed toddler in San Francisco.
Thayer Allyson Gowdy is a San Francisco
based photographer who has been featured in
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Living, Real Simple, InStyle Home, and Parents, and
in such books as The Baby & Toddler Cookbook,
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author originally from Buenos Aires and is now


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Inside these
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family and
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your cooking skills blossom.

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15,000 words
36 recipes
30 photographs and
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Hardcover

Lisa Atwood
144 pages
235 x 227 mm 9 1/4 x 9 in
10,000 words
40 recipes
150 photographs
Hardcover with jacket

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The Kids Cookbook

baby&toddler on the go

FOOD & DRINK

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Stephanie Rosenbaum

FOOD & DRINK

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255 x 200 mm 10 x 8 in
65,000 words
117 recipes
300 photographs
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Cooking for Baby

Sweet Treats

Fun Food

Cooking Together

Christine Dufault
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Food Made Fast


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Various Authors

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230 x 210 mm 9 x 8 1/4 in
20,000 words
45 recipes
100 photographs
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240 x 200 mm 9 x 8 in
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90 photographs
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LIFESTYLE

Hello Glow
150+ EASY
NATURAL
B EAUTY
RECIPES for
A FRESH
NEW YOU

glow

Welcome to the world of DIY natural


beauty, where organic ingredients come
together in refreshing, effective
treatments that pamper on the inside
too. With 150+ recipes and tips, this
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to getting that healthy glow.

Sunshine-in-a-Bottle
Sea Mist
This sea spray gives hair loads
of texture and volumeplus
the smell instantly transports
you to the beach! And if
your hair is on the oily side,
the salt naturally pulls out
annoying extra moisture. Add
in a small amount of oil to
prevent overdrying, and top it
off with lightening chamomile
and lemon for those pretty
sun streaks that tell the world
youve been on vacation.

2 / Drop in the chamomile tea bag


and let it steep for about 5 minutes.
Discard the tea bag.
3 / Using a funnel, pour the Epsom
and sea salts, almond oil, and tea into
the spray bottle.
4 / Use a pipette to drizzle in the
rosemary essential oil, then shake well
so the salt is completely dissolved.
5 / Let the mixture cool inside the
bottle. Stir in the fresh aloe-vera gel
and lemon juice.
6 / Shake before each use and spray
on clean, damp hair. Scrunch and twist
with your hands to define the waves,
then let your locks air-dry. You can spritz
your look again once your hair has dried,
if youre after a stronger hold.

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M ATE R I A LS

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190 x 185 mm 7 1/2 x 7 1/4 inches
35,000 words
155 recipes
150 photographs and illustrations
Hardcover

ST E P H A N I E
GERBER

1 / Bring the water to a boil in a small


saucepan. Remove it from the heat.

TO O LS

1 cup (240 mL)


water

1 teaspoon
sweet almond oil

Measuring cups
and spoons

1 chamomile
tea bag

4 to 5 drops
rosemary
essential oil

Small saucepan

1 tablespoon
Epsom salt
Pinch of sea salt

Funnel

1 teaspoon fresh
aloe-vera gel
1 teaspoon
lemon juice

8-ounce (240-mL)
spray bottle
Pipette

FR E Q U E N C Y
OF USE
As needed

S TO R A G E
ADVICE
Refrigerate and use
within 3 months

RECOMMENDED
FO R
Normal to oily hair

Summer Haircare
All that heat, chlorine, and sea
salt can really take a toll on
your tresses. Heres how to keep
the fun in the sun from frying
your hair.
PRE- AND POST-SWIM Rinse
with tap water and then spray
in a simple detangling conditioner
before diving init will seal the
hair shaft and lock out chemicals.
My go-to is 2 tablespoons allnatural conditioner, 2 tablespoons
warm water per 1 cup (240 mL)
conditioner, and 5 drops rosemary
essential oil. Post-swim, rinse and
spray your locks again.
GREEN HAIR MASK If you do
end up with the dreaded green
locks, mix cup (60 mL) lemon
juice, 2 to 4 tablespoons baking
soda, and 1 tablespoon liquid
castile soap. Apply the mixture
to wet, clean hair, massaging it
in from roots to ends. Let it sit
for 20 minutes, then rinse, wash,
and condition.
SPF HAIR MIST You know its
important to protect your skin
from the sun, but dont forget your
hair! Dilute your favorite natural
sunscreen with 2 tablespoons water
per 1 cup (240 mL) sunscreen.
Store in a spray bottle.

LIFESTYLE

ST E P H A N I E G E R B E R

BEAUTY

hello

Stephanie Gerber

1 3 8 / H E L LO G LOW

51

Calming Aloe Vera


Lemon Face Pack
Aloe vera and lemon juice are
both rich in vitamins A, C,
and Etogether, they make
one fantastic face pack. In this
mask, the succulents healing
superpowers clear skin while
reducing inflammation and
pain, while the lemon juices
mighty citric acid acts as a
natural exfoliant that gently
peels away the top layers of
dead skintaking pigmentation
and acne scars along with
them. Good riddance!

1 / Cut two aloe-vera leaves from


the base of your plant. Slice off the
pointy edges, then chop the leaf into
2- to 3-inch (57.5-cm) sections. (This
process makes accessing the gel much
easier than slicing an entire leaf.) Once
youve opened up the leaf, use a knife
to extract the gel. Its okay if you get
some pulp too.

2 / Cut the lemon in half and squeeze


the juice out of one half, then mix the
liquid with the gel (plus any attached
pulp) and honey in a blender. Blend for
1 minute. Transfer to a small bowl.

3 / Apply the mixture directly to


your face and neck, and leave on for
between 10 and 15 minutes. Or soak a
thin cloth in the mix, then drape it over
your face and neck for 20 minutes.

4 / Remove the mask with warm water


and follow with moisturizer.
MATERIALS

TOOLS
Knife

RECOMMENDED
FOR

STORAGE
ADVI CE

2 aloe-vera leaves
1 lemon

Measuring spoons

All skin types

1 tablespoon
honey

Blender

Refrigerate
covered and use
within 7 to 10 days

Small bowl
Thin cloth
(optional)

5 6 / H E L LO G LOW

FREQUENCY
OF USE
1 to 2 times
per week

COFFEE CELLULITE
SCRUB

COFFEE-INFUSED
BODY OIL

cup (100 g) fresh coffee grounds

1 cup (240 mL) sweet almond oil

2 tablespoons brown sugar

cup (100 g) fresh coffee grounds

cup (60 mL) olive oil

Combine the coffee grounds and


brown sugar in a small bowl. Apply the
olive oil to any areas of your body that
have cellulite, then rub the mixture
into the oil in circular motions. Rinse
off with warm water.

All About That Aloe


If you keep one plant on your
kitchen windowsill, make it aloe.
This marvelous succulent crops
up in natural beauty, first aid, and
meal recipes all the time. Here are
some simple ones to try out!
SUNBURN SOOTHER Fresh aloe
vera straight from the plant does
wonders for sunburns. Just split a
leaf in half, squeeze out the juice,
and add a little vitamin E. Then
apply directly to the burn. Ah!
HYDRATING ALOE WATER Cut
2 leaves in half lengthwise, then
scoop out the translucent gel and
add it to a blender. Add 1 cup
(240 mL) coconut water and
cucumber, roughly chopped.
Pulse and strain to remove the
cuke chunks, then consume
right away for a vitamin- and
antioxidant-rich drink.
DEWY DIY SERUM Combine
fresh-off-the-plant aloe-vera gel
with a carrier oil that works for
your skin type (I use jojoba) and
a few drops of essential oil. The
result? A healing, hydrating, and
lightweight homemade face serum
thats perfect for daytime.

COFFEE-BANANA
FOOT SCRUB

S U PE R I NGRE DI E NT

Coffee
Get ready for a new coffee
addictionturns out your
morning brew is excellent
for perking up skin. You can
use coffee to attack cellulite,
dark circles, and dryness, or
embrace its diuretic powers

FA C E / 5 7

to reduce swelling and


puffiness in the a.m. Plus,
this beans antioxidants fight
the free radicals that age
skin. Now thats some coffee
you should be happy to wake
up and smell.

Place a small saucepan over a burner


set to low heat. Put a heat-safe glass
bowl inside the saucepan, pour in the
almond oil and coffee grounds, and
heat for 1 hour. Let cool, filter with a
fine-mesh strainer, and transfer to
a bottle with a funnel. Apply daily to
diminish the appearance of cellulite.

cup (50 g) fresh coffee grounds

DETOX COFFEEGRAPEFRUIT BODY


SCRUB

cup (60 g) salt

Drizzle of olive oil

cup (60 mL) olive oil

ruby-red grapefruit

banana

cup (100 g) fresh coffee grounds

Combine the fresh coffee grounds,


salt, olive oil, and banana in a bowl.
Then sit in an empty tub and slather
the mixture all over your feet and
lower legs. Let the mixture do its thing
for 5 to 10 minutes. Give your feet
and legs a really nice, long scrub, then
rinse yourself (and the tub!) well.

Drip the olive oil on the cut side of


the grapefruit, then dip the fruit
into your coffee grounds. Apply the
mixture to your body with the fruit,
scrubbing in circular motions from
your feet up. Add more olive oil and
coffee grounds as needed.

Other Uses
for Coffee
GREEK YOGURT
COFFEE MASK

Heat 1 tablespoon coconut


oil in a saucepan or in
the microwave for a few
seconds to liquefy. Then
combine with cup (70 g)
organic, full-fat plain Greek
yogurt, 2 tablespoons fresh
coffee grounds, and juice
from lemon in a small
bowl. Massage the mask onto
your face and neck, and let it
sit for 10 to 15 minutes.
Rinse in the shower,
exfoliating the skin gently
while you remove the mask.
SKINNY BANANAMOCHA SMOOTHIE

Put cup (120 mL) cooled


coffee, 1 banana, cup
(120 mL) unsweetened
almond milk, 1 tablespoon
unsweetened cocoa powder,
1 tablespoon almond butter,
and a handful of ice cubes
in a blender. Pulse until all
the ingredients are smooth.
Get your chocolate fix
without excess calories!
COFFEE HAIR RINSE

Brew 1 cup (240 mL) coffee


and allow it to cool to room
temperature. Dilute it with
1 cup (240 mL) water and
pour over your hair after
shampooing. Leave for
5 minutes and then rinse to
enrich the color of dark
hairand nix buildup and
improve shine.

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The Art of Hair

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YOULL NEED

Tail comb
Silver
duckbill clip

4-inch (19-mm)
curling iron
Small hairpins
Bobby pins
Hairspray

WIN THE
DAY WITH

Victory Rolls

104 THE ART OF HAIR

Youve likely seen


this retro style in old
WWII pinup calendars.
This is my ode to
the 1940s staple: a little
more casual, a little
less dramatic, but still
totally something to
write home about.
4

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GET

TIP
Once your victory rolls
are in place, you can
style the rest of your
hair however you want!
To re-create the curls
here, start with a smooth
blowout (see page 21),
then loosely curl five or
six sections with your
curling iron held vertically.

GALAXY NAILS

STEP 1 ABC (apply basecoat). Once the basecoat has set, do a basic
manicure with black polish. Let your nails dry.

MATERIALS

1 Starting with perfectly dirty texture,


part your hair on one side using a tail
comb. Then create a small triangular
section by bringing the tail comb from
the end of the part to just above your
ear. Secure this triangular section with
a silver duckbill clip. Repeat on the other
side with a larger section.

BASECOAT

2 Using a 34-inch (19-mm) curling iron,


curl the larger section back and away
from your face. (Curl as close to the roots
as possible to avoid creasing your hair
along your hairline.) Once the curl is hot,
release the clamp and gently pull the iron
out, holding onto the roll with your other
hand. You can insert a finger into the roll
to keep the shape as you remove the iron.

COSMETIC SPONGE

STEP 2 Pour white polish onto a piece of aluminum foil. Dip in the
cosmetic sponge and dab white splotches across each nail. This will
serve as a backdrop for brighter space dust particles, making them
really visible against the blackeven without a telescope. Let this dry.

BLACK, WHITE,
GREEN, BLUE,
YELLOW & SILVER
HOLOGRAPHIC
GLITTER POLISH

STEP 3 Place a dollop of green polish on the foil, pick some up with
the sponge, and dab it lightly over half of the white areas. For a
realistic effect, try to minimize harsh outlines. Allow it to dry.

ALUMINUM FOIL

STEP 4 Sponge on blue polish using the same technique, but cover
the second half of the white areas, blending the blue into the green.

DOTTING TOOL
CLEAR TOPCOAT

STEP 5 When these layers are dry, lightly sponge silver holographic
glitter polish over your nails for a shimmery, far-away starfield.

3 Insert small hairpins along the back


of the roll and perpendicular to your
hairline. If the roll doesnt feel secure,
slide a few bobby pins through its
centerjust make sure to hide them!
Spritz it with hairspray.
4 Wrap the small section around the
iron, then release the clamp and remove
the iron from the roll, holding the roll with
your fingers. Pin the back with vertically
placed hairpins again, securing it at the
center if needed. Mist with hairspray.

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the art of

From cute comic-inspired nails to


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Nail Candy is the superfun guide
to out-of-this-world manicures.

STEP 6 Dab a little yellow polish on the sponge. Press it onto the
nebulae youve already created for more explosions of space dust.
STEP 7 To create the illusion of spaces distance and depth, dip a
dotting tool in white polish and scatter on a few larger, closer stars.
STEP 8 When your nails are dry, lock in your clear night sky with a
glossy topcoat. Youre ready for blastoff!

84

Gaze into the Milky


Way all day with this
sponge-blended
map of the heavens.

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082 BE A HAPPY HACKER

081 SEAL A LEAKY DOORWAY


Expand the colony
When the bees have become so numerous that they almost fill
up the brood chamber, its time to give the queen more room for
her eggs. If you have a trough hive, place a few expanded frames
(frames where the bees have built wax cells on the partition wall)
in front of the brood cluster and a few frames directly behind.
As a beginner, you may not have a lot of expanded frames, but
it works just as well with frames that you added wax foundations
to. If you have a stacking hive, youll expand the colony by
placing a box with nicely expanded frames on top of the box
where the bees lived during winter.

Equalize the colonies


In early summer, colonies develop rapidly and the number
of bees increases drastically. If you have several colonies and
notice that one of them is not growing like the others, it may be
worthwhile to equalize the number of bees. This will probably
also yield more honey. If the colony isnt expanding, it might
be because it is diseased, so to avoid cross-contamination, make
sure to check it carefully before changing anything. You can mix
bees freely between different colonies without conflict, so move
a couple of frames with covered brood from the strongest colony
and place it in the weakest, next to the other brood frames.
Choose frames with lots of bees where you can see young bees
about to crawl out. Replace the frames you moved with expanded
frames that have only wax foundations. If you should notice that
one of your colonies have an explosive development, equalization
can also reduce the risk of the bees swarming.

If you notice bees crawling on all visible frames when you open the hive, its time to add a box
of empty frames to give the colony more space to grow. If a colony develops very quickly or lags
behind you may need to move frames with bees and covered brood between the hives. But first,
make sure the colonies are healthy.

104

Even the most energy-efficient HVAC systems


can still cost plenty if warm or cool air is wasted
through leaky doors. As a house settles over time,
door frames often shift, creating a gap around the
perimeter. A general rule of thumb: If you can
see light between the closed door and the jamb,
you have a problem. If this happens to a door
leading outdoors or to an unconditioned living
space, it equates to leaving a window cracked.
The solution here is to install a simple weatherstripping kit.
WHAT YOULL NEED:
Weather-stripping kit
Drill or driver
Measuring tape
Hacksaw

A hacksaw is a frame-type saw that cuts metal.


The blade is replaceable, thin ,and flexible, with
fine hardened teeth that are held in tension by the
frame. Plenty of people own a hacksaw but feel
uncomfortable using it, since cutting metal can be
tricky. Here are basic hints for happy hacking.

STEP 1 Measure from


the door sill to the upper
jamb.

STEP 2 Cut the weatherstripping to length using


a hacksaw.

STEP 3 Close the door


and press the weatherstripping firmly onto it.

STEP 4 Drive screws into


the slots, but leave them
all loose (predrill holes
if fastening into a metal
door frame). Repeat for
the doors opposite side.

STAY SHARP Hacksaw blades are cheap; theres no


excuse for using a dull one. Buy a box of at least two
different teeth; change a blade when it begins to grab.
STIFFEN UP Flexibility is your enemy here. If your
blade isnt screwed in as tight as possible, its possible
that it may twist or flex during sawing, making the
process less efficient (and your arms more sore).
Tighten the nut until the blade is totally rigid, then
see if you can tighten it a little more.
TRY THE TEETH Blades range from 14 to 32 TPI
(teeth per inch); coarser blades are suited for soft
metals like brass or aluminum, and finer blades are
best for thin, harder materials. Use the right blade to
ensure a precision cut.

Hardware stores sell several varieties of weather


stripping, but the best type for doors has a rigid
aluminum bar along with a soft rubber gasket,
called a bulb. The bulb compresses against the
closed door to prevent the passage of air and
moisture. The kits are usually sold with three
piecesone for the top and two for the door
sides (screws included). The pieces often come
in standard door heights, but any of the three
components can be trimmed to size.

PRESS HERE, PLEASE Keep in mind that the blades


teeth face forward, so cutting will only occur on the
forward stroke. You shouldnt be using any pressure
at all on the backstroke.

STEP 5 Close the door and


position the strips so that
the gasket is compressed.

STEP 6 Measure between


the side strips for the top
piece of stripping.

STEP 7 Cut the top strip


to fit, and fasten tightly in
place when compressed.

STEP 8 Close the door a


few times to check the
seal and make minor
adjustments. Retighten
until youve completely
closed off the gap.

STROKE SMOOTHLY Use long strokes that allow you


to use as much of the blade as possible on each pass.
Push firmly, but not so hard that you bend the blade
or move more quickly than the saws capabilities, and
maintain a smooth, constant pace. Lubricate the teeth
with a little oil or WD-40 to cut down on friction and
help remove metal particles from the teeth.

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The Complete Book of


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Toni Hammersley

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A sparkling-clean home is within reach, and its


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KITCHEN

009

007

RAID YOUR PANTRY


All-natural, homemade cleaning
products work wonderfully and smell
great. Best of all, they are safe for
kids, the home, and the environment.
Avoid relying on toxic, potentially
harmful chemical solutions and
turn to your pantry instead. It is a
treasure trove of environmentally
friendly ingredients to be used
as a foundation for homemade
cleaning solutions.
BAKING SODA This natural
ingredient is a cleaning and
deodorizing workhorse, especially
effective in eliminating offensive
smells. Its also naturally abrasive.
DISTILLED WHITE VINEGAR

Despite its strong scent, vinegar


reigns supreme as an excellent

QuickTip

SHAKE IT
To make a handy baking soda
sprinkle jar, fill a clean cheese shaker
or glass jar with baking soda and
sprinkle away.

OFFICE

RECIPES FOR CLEANING

LEMON JUICE Add this miracle


ingredient to homemade recipes
to eliminate odors, remove stains,
polish, freshen, and deodorize.
SALT An inexpensive pantry staple,

salt can be used to clean many things

008

MAKE IT
YOURSELF

The ingredients listed above


(and a few more handy
items) can be combined in
a number of ways to make
everything from furniture
polish to window cleaner to
disinfectant, and more. For
my favorite all-natural recipes,
see the detailed instructions
in items #216234.

in the home. Add cup of salt and


hot water to burnt pans and let them
soak. Then scour away the grime.

LIQUID CASTILE SOAP This

multi-purpose cleaner originated


centuries ago in the Castile region
of Spain. It uses olive oil as the base
and is still considered one of the
most popular natural cleaners today.
My favorite castile scent is almond.

KITCHEN SCRUB Equal parts vinegar


with baking soda makes an effective
cleaning scrub for the kitchen or the bath.
Adding lemon will help cut grease around
the oven or messy oven hoods.

Clean Oven

Take ten minutes to create a parents


school binder to keep track of
important paperwork needed
throughout the year. Make a separate
tab for each of the following:

CREATE A
HOMEWORK
CENTER
A homework station is a great idea if
you have school-aged children. It
allows them to complete their
schoolwork and study for upcoming
tests in a comfortable and quiet
area, and work on any projects with
all of the necessary tools at their
disposal. This area should be set up a
good distance from distractions
(like the television) and away from
loud areas.

Add essential oil


to spray bottle of water.

BINDER IT

124

Cuts Grease. Make into a paste as above.

Freshen Air

QuickTip

Tuck a
homework station
into a little-used closet by
removing the doors, adding
some chalkboard paint,
and embracing
a new nook.

Make into a paste.


Apply to sponge, use an abrasive.

Clean Sink

cleaner. Add a couple of drops of


essential oil (lemon and clove are
my favorite combination) to tone
down the smell.

OFFICE

YOULL NEED

AIR FRESHENER Add 20


drops of essential oil of choice:
lavender, cinnamon or wild
orange to water. Put into
sprayer, set to fine mist.

156

Desk and chair

Lamp

Computer and printer

Calculator

Ruler

Hanging calendar

Crafting supplies (kept in a


separate box)

School supplies (see list)

Yearly school calendar

School information (address,


phone number, principal, etc.)

Teacher information (name and


contact info, phone number,
e-mail address, etc.)

SCHOOL SUPPLIES

Highlighters

Pens and pencils

Lunch schedules

Paper stored in a desktop file box


(graphing, wide- and collegeruled, construction, printer,
sketch)

Bell schedules

Bus schedules

Sick notes

Handbook and policies

Markers, colored pencils,


crayons

Glue

Scissors

Protractor

Set up the desk against a wall or


window with good light and an even
writing surface. Make sure there are
enough power outlets for all the
electronics and that the chair can
move easily on the floor surface. Set
up a few cubbies, paper trays, and
stacking pencil cases to hold extra
supplies and keep things as tidy as
possible.
If your kitchen setup allows, you
might want to designate a quiet
corner for the homework center.
This way, you can keep an eye on
computer use and homework
progress while making dinner.

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137

KEEP KITTY
WELL WATERED

On average, a ten-pound (5-kg) cat needs about a cup


of fresh water daily, and more in hot weather. Be sure to
supply a clean bowl containing at least this much fresh
water per-cat per-day, in addition to food.

073

GIVE DIFFERENT FLUIDS If your cat doesnt drink much,


dont panic. If she has wet food, some of her liquid intake
will come from this. If she only eats dry food (which
obviously has a low water content), try to get her to eat
canned food as well. If shes fussy, try different flavors,
and warm the food to enhance its appeal.

MEET TEN
TYPICAL HOUNDS

KEEP IT CLEAN Make the water as appealing as possible.


Due to her amazing sense of smell, even day-old water
may arouse your kittys disdain, so rinse and refill her
water dish daily and thoroughly wash it at least twice a
week. Consider keeping the water dish some distance
from the food dish to keep stray crumbs from getting in

As hunting with hounds has declined in popularity in many


parts of the world, some of the more obscure breeds of hound
are now extremely rare even in their homelands. Others,
however, have made the transition from hunting dog to
household companion with consummate ease. Built for speed,
sight hounds tend to have streamlined features, with deep
chests, and long, powerful legs. Greyhounds, Borzois, Salukis,
and particularly Afghan Hounds have long been prized for
their elegant looks and calm temperaments. Scent hounds
are more varied in appearance, but are typically characterized
by their long floppy ears and, of course, their large noses.
Short-legged scent hounds tend to pursue smaller prey into
burrows, while long-legged hounds pursue faster quarries.

GREYHOUND
The archetypal
sight hound,
Greyhounds have
a deep chest, long,
powerful legs, and
a barely perceptible
forehead (or
stop).

WHIPPET
Looking like small
versions of a
Greyhound, often
with a similar calm
nature, Whippets
are known for their
high speed and low
maintenance.

SALUKI
Salukis look a lot
like Greyhounds
with feathers. This
elegant, ancient
breed has been
around since
the time of the
Pharaohs.

AFGHAN
HOUND
Another ancient
sight hound, the
Afghans luxurious
coat protected it
against the harsh
climate of its highaltitude homeland.

BORZOI
Also known
as Russian
Wolfhounds,
Borzois were bred
to hunt wolves, and
combine typical
sight-hound speed
with great strength.

BEAGLE
Beagles and Beagle
mixes can be
hard to train and,
like many pack
hounds, are more
inclined to follow
their noses than
instructions.

BLOODHOUND
The most ancient
and distinctive
of the scenthound breeds,
Bloodhounds are
still used by some
law-enforcement
groups.

BASSET
HOUND
Basset Hounds and
mixes have similar
droopy features to
the Bloodhound.
The Basset was
originally bred to
hunt rabbits.

BLACK & TAN


COONHOUND
This native
American breed
is a mix of the
Bloodhound
and foxhounds,
originally bred
to hunt.

DACHSHUND
Despite their
comical looks,
Dachshunds were
originally bred
in Germany to
hunt badgers and
are renowned as
spirited characters.

it (oh, the horror!). Note that plastic retains odors and


bacteria, so your picky kitty may prefer her water in
porcelain, glass, or stainless steel bowls.

YOUR
STRIPES
138 EARN
Cats come in all sorts of colors. And cat hairs can have
three or more colors along a single shaft. It is interesting
how colors affect a cats appearance. Spots and stripes,

for example, are good for camouflage, while points or


shades, terms often used in describing pedigree cat
colors, make their owner stand out in a crowd!

OFFER CHOICE Do you give your cat spring water


blessed by monks, but she prefers to drink from a dripping
faucet? This is because the faucet mimics the motion of
water in nature (which, she instinctively knows, keeps
it fresh). Its fine for your cat to drink it, as long as your
tap water meets health standards. Another option is to
purchase a cat water-fountain, where continually filters
and recycles the water. Keep the fountain clean, and
replace the water as recommended by the manufacturer.
AVOID MILK While many a cat has been depicted lapping
up a bowl of milk in quaint folk art paintings and cartoons,
in fact, cats cant digest cows milk very well (see also item
070) so dont give it, even as a treat.

TABBY
A cat is never just a tabby. His
stripes are usually darker than the
rest of his fur and can be mackerel,
swirled, spotted, or ticked.

POINTED
Pointed cats are those with pale
body fur and darker legs, tails, and
faces. The hair contains an enzyme
which makes cooler fur darker!

SMOKEY, SHADED, AND TICKED


This refers to hair that has different
colours along its length, so it might
be dark at the root, paler in the
middle, and dark again at the tip.

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Get The Picture


Dan Richards

A.

COLOR

So youve got a shiny new camera. Now what? Skip


that brick of a manual and join Popular Photography
writer Dan Richards on an accessible, empowering
tour of your cameras functions. Full of crystal-clear
instructions, expert explanations, and aspirational
images, Get the Picture is the novices best choice for
maximizing your DSLR or ILC.

Theres a saying in photography: If you cant make it good, make it big. And if you cant make it big,
make it red. Tongue in cheek, for sure, but it points to a truth: Color matters. From energetic red to
calming blue, each color carries its own visual connotations and emotional impact. Learning to read
a colors powerand to identify effective color pairings will help you capture scenes with a strong
color message, aiding your compositions and boosting your images stop-and-stare factor. Your
camera likely offers tons of choices for capturing color. You can set different saturation levels (which
affect the intensity of colors) and mimic types of film and film processing, such as black-and-white or
sepia. These settings can be fun to play with. But I recommend using neutral settings that contain all
of the image and color data from your cameras sensor (see #158164 for more on shooting RAW), and
then altering or tweaking color with software later.

105 GO BOLD WITH A SINGLE HUE

SOFTWARE SAVE

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1/100 sec at f/7.1


ISO 400
18135mm
f/3.5 lens

106 BOOST
COLOR WITH
SATURATION

To try it yourself, keep an eye out for a largely


one-color scene with dramatic texture, contrasts,
lines, luminosity, or pattern that really pops against
the monochromatic field. Bonus: Select a subject
that contains some other shades of your main hue,
such as the reflection of darker reds in the windows
in our example image. The slightly darker (or lighter)
color values preserve the overall color message
while providing visual interest and contrast.

The pixels (light-gathering cells) on your cameras


digital sensor gather light in three channels: red,
green, and blue. Software allows you to adjust each
of these channels separately to get rid of unwanted
colorcasts, add warmth, or deepen tones. You can
also adjust overall color saturation using a slider in
image-editing software, but use a light touch:
Theres a fine line between vivid and garish.

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When you hear the word monochromatic,


chances are you immediately see in your minds
eye a black-and-white or largely gray image. But
the photograph at leftwith its bright, all-over red
huesis also an example of monochrome, and a
powerful one at that. With only one main color, the
photographer was able to more effectively isolate
shape and line, focusing the viewers eye on a
pattern of interlocking rectangles and diagonals.

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MACRO

TI M I N G

PHOTO CHALLENGE

132 GO IN CLOSE

FOR ABSTRACTION
While macro lenses are the optics of choice for magnifying
the miniature world, these workhorses excel at more
than closing in on frog feet and bug eyes. Try them
out in creating an abstraction: a study of color, line, or
shape isolated from its context. This close-up picture
of a soap bubble offers an intriguing entre to abstract
photographyits packed with kaleidoscopic colors and
eddying patterns that please and tease the eye.
STEP 1 Gather your gear. A DSLR with a macro lens and a
set of extension tubes (a magnifying optic that fits between
the lens and the camera body) are musts. A tripod and
macro focusing rail will come in handy, too. You will also
need a continuous light source by which to focus, a black
background, and diffusion material for the light source,
whose output needs to be flat, even, and soft.
STEP 2 Mix the soap solution. A bottle of childrens soap
bubbles will do the trick (just dont shake itthis can create
microbubbles that will be difficult to focus on later).

114 WORK WITH SUBJECTS TO MILK THE MOMENT


When you take a photo, youre quite literally
capturing a moment in timefrom the instant the
shutter pops open to the fraction of a second later
when it snaps shut. So one of the best methods
for creating fantastic images is learning to see
truly wonderful momentsas did Malaysia-based
photographer Chee Keong Lim when he passed by
these children playing on a dam in Bali. I saw some
kids splashing water at each other, and they looked
so happy, he says. I asked them to let me shoot

the happy moment, and they immediately lined up


neatly and started splashing. One, two, threeand
this beautiful picture formed.
In these instants, timing is everythinghaving your
camera ready to go is crucial. But so is being open
with your subjects: By politely asking the children if
they would play while he took their photograph, Lim
was able to extend the magic moment, snapping
away until this dynamic composition took shape.

STEP 3 Set up to shoot. Its best to photograph flat soap


film instead of a bubblewhich, due to its arc, can be hard
to bring into focus. Put a piece of black paper on a surface
below your downward-facing camera, and place a clear tray
of soapy liquid on top of the paper. Then make a square
wire frame thats smaller than the traytry out 5 by 5 inches
(12.7 by 12.7 cm)and clamp it above the tray. Briefly lift
the tray so the liquid coats the frame, forming a flat film.

TECH TALK

1/125 sec at f/11


ISO 250
24105mm
f/4 lens

FURTHER PHOTO OPS

The world teems with other chances for macro


abstractionsonce youve dived deep into the
details, you wont want to stop! Here are some
ideas to investigate up close and personal.
SMALL TOYS To mix up scale for surprise and

humor, try going in close on miniature playthings


in an oversize environment.

CROSS-SECTIONS OF FRUIT Place very thin


slices of vividly colored fruits and veggies on a
light box for a backlit exploration of fine patterns
in nature.
TINY SPHERICAL SCENES After a storm, hunt

down raindrops clinging to leaves, petals, and


spiderwebs, then use your macros magnifying
power to capture the reflected world.

TECH TALK

1/200 sec at f/4.5


ISO 200
90mm
f/2.8 lens

STEP 4 Start with a constant light source. Keep it bright


and diffused, and shoot at a high ISO for the fastest shutter
speed possible. Bubble colors are best captured when
light bounces off the soap film at a specific angle, so play
with your light source. You can also try short-duration flash
bursts at low ISOs to achieve sharp but less noisy images.
STEP 5 While its best to start off shooting a single flat
bubble, you can also add intricacy to the soap patterns
by using a straw to blow air across the films surface. What
other tactics create interesting patterns and shapes?

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Revolutionized Style in the 60s
David Wills
Sixties counter-culture led to a revolution in
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time in history women dominated the zeitgeist.
Switched On provides an overview of the era
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Imagine
Erik Johansson
Electrical lines that turn into the strings of a
massive guitar in the sky. A charming cottage on
an island, which is actually the back of a giant
fish. These strange scenes are the visions of
digital artist Erik Johansson, who has achieved
international fame by taking and then combining
photos into surreal, M.C. Escherlike worlds.

ART

One Calm Day Coloring Book


Siri Carlen
Requiring nothing more than imagination and
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TO COLOR

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F R E D D I E M E R C U RY
T H E L I F E , D E AT H A N D L E G ACY O F

M AT T R I C H A R D S &
M A R K L A N GT H O R N E

Matt Richards & Mark Langthorne


Both hen
a captivating
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greatest
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and a harrowing account
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changed

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The Total Inventors Manual


Sean Michael Ragan with Rachel Nuwer

040

MEET LIMOR FRIED,


FOUNDER OF ADAFRUIT INDUSTRIES
Limor Friedalso known as Lady Ada to her
online followersis one of the most well-known
DIY inventors working today. Her open-source
hardware company, Adafruit Industries, has
shipped more than a million electronics products
to like-minded creators around the world, who
use Frieds kits and parts to build everything from
electronic demon costumes to robotic rovers.
Frieds fondness for electrical engineering and
computer science traces back to an early love of
video games. In her quest to digitally conquer, she
frequently found herself trying to think about
how a computer thinks and soon discovering
that, with the shuffle of a few bits, she could
pull off hacks such as giving herself unlimited
lives on one of her favorite games, Lode Runner.
I was just amazed, she says of the experience.
Understanding computer science and electrical
engineering is like becoming a magician.
Her invention career kicked off in 2003, with
the creation of the SpokePOV, a bike wheel that
lights up in customized displays. This creation
also represented her first tinkering with
microcontrollerssmall, single-circuit computers
that are at the heart of virtually all automatically
controlled electronics. Originally envisioned
for blinging out Frieds ride at Burning Man, the
SpokePOV later became one of the first kits that
she sold on Adafruit.
The company blossomed organically in 2005,
while Fried was pursuing a degree in electrical
engineering at the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology. She had begun publishing
instructions for various electronics projects on
her website and was surprised by the response:
She received several emails a day, all asking her
for advice on how to get into DIY electronics.
Even more surprising was the discovery that no
adequate how-to guides existed that she could

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ON THE CARE AND


FEEDING OF IDEAS
Like drawing, doing algebra, or speaking a second language, having original ideas is a
mental skill that can be developed and, with practice, become second nature. Whether
you dream of creating the next big thing in the tech space, need a concept for a pressing
assignment, or are just looking to transform your mind into a fertile breeding ground for
good ideas, try a few of these practical tips to shake up your sluggish muse.

001

ROLL UP

002

em in the door.

POSITIONING
ROBOT

The laser cutter


keeps em
CUTTING
GAS
X-AXIS
MIRROR

Y-AXIS
MIRROR

coming back.
Hackerspace maxim

FOCUSING
LENS

037

First, dont think that way if you can help it. Second,
even if you cant silence your inner critic, remember
that first ideas are often stupid and almost never work.
A genius isnt so much someone who has better ideas
than everybody else as someone who just has more of
themand is unafraid to dig through dozens of bad
ones to find a diamond in the rough. Anyone can do
this, and the more you work at it, the easier it gets.

GIVE YOUR MIND


ROOM TO SPIRAL

In 1991, a bright, young artist named Tom Friedman


had his first solo exhibition in New York. A conceptual
sculptor, Friedmans work often consists of everyday
objects like pencils, soap, and aluminum pie pans
arranged in striking ways. Hes created explosions out
of toothpicks, cadavers out of paper, and giant spheres
out of chewed gum. He made one of his early works by
mounting a spinning canvas to a wall and signing his
name on it over and over as it turned, spiraling toward
the center as his pen gradually ran out of ink.
Today an original Friedman easily fetches
US$150,000. But before his glory days, he was a grad
student at the University of Chicago, where his journey
to find the creative potential in everyday things started
by closing himself in an empty, all-white room: Every
day I would bring an object from my apartment and
place it somewhere in the space. The first day I placed
a metronome on the floor, and it just clicked back and

The 3D printer gets

YOUR SLEEVES

GIVE YOURSELF
PERMISSION

Society doesnt always encourage us to be creative.


At a very young age, we start learning whats expected
to fit in, and our own original ideas start to seem less
important. So we get out of the habit of having them.
And when, as adults, were called on to produce creative
work, we may be plagued by insecurity or negative
self-talk: Im not an idea person. I suppose I might try
such-and-so, but thats stupid and would never work.

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LIFESTYLE

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LIFESTYLE

SCIENCE

Youyes, you!can invent the next big thing. In


The Total Inventors Manual, youll learn how to
transform your back-of-the-envelope idea into a
fully functioning, best-selling product. With
chapters on ideation, prototyping, funding,
manufacturing, distribution, marketing, and more,
plus profiles of todays most successful inventors.

forth. Or I would sit the whole day, on the floor, looking


at it and thinking about it, and asking questions about
my experience of it . . . For me, this was more like a
mental space that had
been cleared away.
Your own empty
room is likely to be
metaphoricalmaybe its
meditation, exercise, hot
baths, or whatever else
worksbut the point is
the same: Eliminate the
distractions of your daily
life and listen to what
bubbles up in the silence.
The longer you listen, the
more interesting stuff
youll hear.

WORK
PIECE
LASER BEAM

036

MEET THE
LASER CUTTER

Pew pew pew! For those of you whove been living


under a rock since 1960, a laser is not just a sciencefictional death-ray weapon, but a real-world device
that projects a beam of coherent, tightly focused
light in a very straight line over a long distance. Its
an acronym for light amplification by stimulated
emission of radiation, but the word laser has long
since come into everyday use as a common noun.
Lasers make it possible to project energy very
precisely and accurately. At low powers in the optical
spectrum, its handy for occasionally pointing things
out at a distance (but arguably makes a more amusing
cat toy); at high powers in the infrared spectrum, it can
star in a very fast, efficient cutting tool for materials
ranging from paper to hard steel.

Laser cutting is a subtractive process most


commonly used on flat stock like plywood and sheet
plastic. In almost all laser-cutter machines, youll find
the laser housed in a safety cabinet, along with the
cutting bed and the material to be cut. The laser itself
is usually stationary, while mirrors direct its beam by
moving along x- and y-axes using precision mechanics
and stepper motors. The cutting head often includes
a lens mechanism that can change the beams focal
length to any point within the cutting depth. A
stream of air blasts the head, clearing gases and bits
of molten material away from the cutting area.
Now that youre acquainted, lets explore how
you can harness this super tool to aid and abet in
prototyping parts for your invention.

GET YOUR HANDS


ON A LASER CUTTER

Todays laser-cutters are pretty dreamy, and


their ever-decreasing price tags and ease of use
make them an increasingly tempting purchase
for gearheads and novices alike. But dont clear
out the guest room just yet: There are lots of
ways to get access to a quality laser-cutter,
anddepending on your projectrenting or
using a service may save you in the long run.

collective nearby that will let you make use


of their laser cutter, after a bit of training, in
exchange for a recurring or one-time fee. You
may also have a friend or an acquaintance with
access to a laser cutter who may be willing
to cut a small number of parts for you as a
favor. So tapping your social network may be
worthwhile, if your needs are modest.

BUY YOUR OWN As with 3D printing (see


#000000), a lot of formerly industrial-type
laser-cutting technology has started trickling
down into the consumer or so-called prosumer
market range. Depending on your material,
the size of the parts youll be cutting, and your
intended volume of parts, it may be worthwhile
to spring for a laser cutter of your own. As
of early 2016, small desktop models capable
of cutting a piece of -inch- (6.35-mm-) thick
acrylic up to a 10-inch (25-cm) square could be
purchased new for just under US$2,000.

CONTRACT IT OUT Finally, there are a large


number of custom laser-cutting services in the
world, including many you can access online:
Design your part in software, upload it through
the web, pay the piper, then wait a few days
for it to show up in the mail. Ponoko.com is
a good place to start if you need flat parts in
softer materials like plywood, plastic, leather, or
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darkness. They believed that the dark patches inside the Milky
Way were various animals drinking water from what they called
the sky river. In their mythology, a mother llamanamed
Urcuchillaywalks through the sky river with her baby. The
farther the mother llama walks, the darker and more sacred
her fur becomes. Her eyes are the bright stars Rigel Kentaurus
and Hadar (Alpha and Beta Centauri). The Inca also saw a fox,
partridge, toad, and serpent in the Milky Ways darkness.

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LEARN HOW THE


ABORIGINALS SEE
THE MILKY WAY
The indigenous of Australia have
observed the sky for 40,000 years,
making extremely careful observations
of the night sky and passing them
down through generations. They are
experts in the southern hemisphere
skies, where the Milky Way is very
easy to see and utterly spectacular. In
fact, skies are so clear that you can
easily see dark clouds of gas and dust
that obscure distant stars.
Some aboriginal groups imagine the
Milky Way as a river containing fish
(bright stars) and water lily bulbs (dim
stars). A legend from the Yirrkala
community says the two dark patches
of the Milky Way near Sagittarius
(often called the Coalsack today)
represent the bodies of brothers who
drowned while fishing. To several
other clans, the Coalsack is part of a
much larger dark feature of the Milky
Way that represents a gigantic
emu in the sky.

A
156 NAVIGATE
TOURNAMENT

Most poker tournaments on TV are Texas holdem,


large-field MTTs. To the casual observer, all poker looks
the same. Yet built into the tournament structure are
inflection points that demand precise strategies for
each phase. (These are not relevant in cash games.)

at the start of each hand. Antes come into play at


higher blind levels. If you are short-stacked and/or card
dead, the combined hit of blinds and antes can devour
your stack and send you to the rail. Work to double up
and preserve your chips.

BURST THE BUBBLE The money bubble refers to the


last player who finishes just outside the money. In the
bubble phase, players tighten up to avoid busting
before the money bubble bursts. Aggressive play here
can win you plenty of chips.

MAKE BETS COUNT Blinds and antes rise throughout the

WEATHER THE ANTE In addition to blind bets, antes are


another forced tournament bet posted by every player

game. The value of picking up this dead money can be


massive, especially in the later stages. Youll want to
steal more blinds, which is easier from later positions.

SIZE 'EM UP Tournament bet sizing is often less chaotic


than in cash games. Opening raises are typically 2.5
times the blindor twice the blind in the later stages.

STYLE YOUR AGGRESSION The M-ratio represents


a players stack size divided by the sum of the
big blind, small blind, and the ante of one orbit
around the table. The calculation helps final-table
players determine when they should shove, fold,
or three-bet shove pre-flop.

CRUSH THE FINAL LAP The prize structures for


MTTs are top-heavy, so playing well at the final
table is crucial to survive tournament variance.
Making it to a final table is rare. Youll need real
tactics to fight for first place.

THE
BUBBLE
157 BURST

Bubble mistakes are legendary in tournament poker. The


tips below are based on the insight and observations of
veteran tournament grinder Steve Zolotow at a $1,500
World Series of Poker no-limit holdem event. The
starting field had 2,563 players. The final 270 would
receive payouts ranging from $2,802 to $614,248.

STAY BRAVE If youre near the bubble, avoid becoming


super-tight as most do, especially if you can be first in a
hand to show aggression. Short stacks grow notoriously
nitty, playing tight and fearful to get in the money. You
can run over them with bets, raises, and steal attempts.

CASH IN ON YOUR SECRETS Say you had won a cheap,


$200 buy-in satellite into this particular tournament. Near
the bubble, you decide that just cashing is okay. You
dont care about final tables and bigger money scores.
You feel, say, that a modest $20,000 payout on your
original $200 investment is worth mucking huge hands
and playing it safe just to cash. You can do this, but
dont let the table in on your plan, because other players
will steal every hand from you.

PLAY THE SAME GAME When close to the bubble, dont


throw a winning style out the window. Youve been doing
something right to get this far in large starting fields.
If someones folding every hand to make the money,
steal from her every chance you get. If you face a close
decision for your stack, its okay to fold. After all, making
the money does matter. But since you havent tightened
up, players will tend to have real hands against you when
they choose to play.

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T HE

CYBER
SURVIVAL

The Cyber Survival Manual


Nick Selby
Identity theft, data held for ransom, and malicious
viruses are just a few of the dangers that have
become alarmingly commonplace. But how do
they originate, and why do they exist? Security
expert Nick Selby separates fact from (science)
fiction and shares how to safely navigate an
increasingly computerized world.

KEEP YOUR

IDENTITY SAFE

Identity theft is perhaps the most commonor at least the most


commonly discussedform of cyber crime. Youre almost certainly at risk,
but there are a number of simple ways to keep your information secure.

MANUAL

here are vast numbers of ways for the bad


guys to get your information and use it
for all sorts of nefarious purposesmainly,
stealing your money, although occasionally for
other kinds of fraud or to cover their tracks when
committing crimes. Thats one of the reasons this
can be so devastating. If a criminal steals your
credit-card information, your bank will likely
refund you the money. If they impersonate you to
run an international child-pornography ring, your
problems just got a whole lot worse. Especially
since many law enforcement folks arent up on
the latest types of cyber crime, so that wasnt
me might not always go over well when all the
electronic evidence seems to point to the computer
in your living room as the hub of an international
drug-smuggling ring.
How does it happen? Well go over the many
methods of identity theft in the pages that follow,
how to protect yourself from being a victim, and
how to fight back if you are. The methods range
from the seriously low tech (digging through your
trash for unshredded financial documents, stealing
those new credit cards the bank unexpectedly
sends you) to database breaches and other hacker
attacks that the average person more commonly
associates with the topic.

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APOCALYPSE AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN

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YOURE NOT ALONE Millions of ordinary


citizens have been victimized by one
type of hack or another. If its happened
to you, you may take heart in the fact
that even the smart, rich, and powerful
have been victims. For example, reallife rocket scientists at NASA had their
computers taken over by Chinese hackers.
The Russians probably hacked the DNC.
Movie stars like Jennifer Lawrence and
Leslie Jones had private nude photos
stolen from the cloud. Mitt Romneys
e-mail was hacked during his presidential
campaign. And global huckster collective
Anonymous (see page 156 for more
on them) got ahold of Donald Trumps
e-mails in 2016. And this isnt even taking
into account the massive amounts of topsecret government
information released
by Wikileaks, Edward
Snowden, and others.

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WHAT IS CYBER CRIME?

learn from the best

THE CONCEPT
OF ONLINE
IS OUTDATED.
WITH PHONES,
TABLETS, AND
COMPUTERS
IN OUR
CARS AND
KITCHENS,
ALMOST
NO ONE IS
EVER TRULY
OFFLINE.

In this book, some of the best computer hackers and fraud experts
in the world will walk you through the things you need to do to
reduce keep your data, your family, and your privacy secure as well
as reducing the ways anyone can come at youyour threat vectors,
as theyre called. Youll also get a picture of how security issues
affect you even if you dont have anything worth stealing (spoiler
alert: everyone has something worth stealing). And along the way,
youll get a bunch of history that we think is pretty neat. Because
the last thing we want to do is scare you off of using the Internet.
The Internets power and convenience has changed the world several
times over, and no one should have to sit on the sidelines. The trick is
to understand how to use it safely.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF CYBER CRIME The idea of cyber crime truly
began in the 1970s, and expanded in the 1980s and 1990s. But it
was not until just after the turn of the 21st century that cybercrime
really came into its own. It happened because of the confluence
of several key world trends. First and foremost, of course, was that
the majority of the United States became covered by always-on,
high-speed Internet connections, connected to relatively powerful
computers able to more easily multitask.
Banks saw this as a boon: the more online banking they could
get you to do, the less they had to pay tellers and clerical staff.
Investment companies saw their margins shoot through the roof,
with customers researching, investing, and following on for flatfee charges, shifting the burden from brokers to dramatically less
expensive (and needy) geeks.
THE FIRST BIG BREACH The idea of hackers as sci-fi criminal
geniuses has been kicking around the culture since at least the 1980s,
but it wasnt until 2004 or 2005 that real-life hacking stories started
to make the front page. (This, of course, was when the front page
referred to the morning newspaper.) After a flurry of incidents, we
suddenly became aware of a new type of massive-scale crime wed
never really had to think about: the data breach.
In 2005 the news broke that due to security problems at a data
aggregator called ChoicePoint, some 145,000 records had been
stolen. And then it came out that ChoicePoint was just one of a
group of vendors with 20 billion or so public records about every
person in the country, including car registrations, social security
numbers, deed information, military records, bankruptcies, licenses,
and a range of digital detritus of the lives of each of us.
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WHAT IS CYBER CRIME?

KEEP YOUR IDENTITY SAFE

SNATCHING SECRETS
FROM THE AIR

G OOD T O K N OW
SECURITY BASIC
DONT CLICK ON THAT! Porns impact on the world in
which we live cannot be underestimated. For the sake of
a conversation on cyber security, the salient fact is that
nearly every person under age 75 who owns an Internetconnected computer has been exposed to Internet
pornography of some sort. And many are searching for,
viewing, and downloading it for free on a regular basis.
And this has provided criminals with the perfect delivery
vehicle for software that undermines computer security
on a massive scale. It was personalized, personal, and
ostensibly secret: youd be steered to free images and
videos depicting your most sensitive desires, tantalized
that the real stuff was just one click away. And with that
click, as the real stuff played on your screen, also ran
software that exposed your computer, and everything
on it, to the global underworld. Is there a way to look at
naughty pictures without melting down your computer?
Indeed there is. Well get into details in a bityoull just
need to go through a few more steps before enjoying
some quality time with your keyboard.

CRACKING YOUR CODE


To understand why its so important to have a good password (see the
box at right for the basics), its useful to know how hackers attack
your information. Essentially, they use tools called password crackers
to run through possible passwords until they get a hit. These tools are
often created for legit purposes (such as helping IT clients retrieve
a lost password, or for security tesing)but theyre a great boon to
criminals who can misuse them to steal protected information.
Most of the password-cracking tools try to log in with every
possible combination of words. If the login is successful, it means
the password was found. If the password is strong enough with a
combination of numbers, characters, and special characters, this
cracking method may take hours, weeks, months, or even years.
Criminals go for low-hanging fruit; if the program has trouble
cracking your password, theyll likely give up and move on.

- - - . . . - - PA55W0RD PROTECTED
The most commonly used
password, according to
security professionals
who study (and are
horrified by) these things
is 123456. Second
is password. Third is
12345678, followed by
abc123, qwerty, and the
oh so stealthy pa55w0rd.
Is it any wonder so many
accounts are hacked
every day? So, what are
the hallmarks of a good
password? Opinions differ
as to the best strategies,
but here are some rockbottom basics.
GO LONG Your password
should be at least 8
characters long, but 12 or
even more is better.
MIX IT UP Combine capital
and lower-case letters with
numbers and symbols.
BE UNPREDICTABLE The
closer your password is to
regular dictionary words,
the easier it is to crack.
GoodDog145! is only
marginally less secure
than G00dD0g145!

SCANNING
NEIGHBORHOODS FOR
UNSECURED OR
EASILY
HACKED NETWORKS IS SO
COMMON
THAT IT HAS
ITS OWN NAME
(WARDRIVING),
DEDICATED
WEBSITES,
COMPETITION
LEAGUES,
AND ONLINE
TUTORIALS.

Hackers love wifi, because


wifi networks are one
of the weakest points in
the average users online
activity. Whether youre
at home or on the road,
here are some of the
most common risks you
face when getting online
wirelessly, and how to
easily defeat them:
HOME NETWORKS An enormous percentage of home networks
are completely unsecured, i.e. they dont even require a password
for access. This exposes everything you transmit over that wifi
connection to potential interception, and if that sounds like James
Bond spy stuff, it shouldnt. You can learn how to harvest this bounty
of information, if you are so criminally inclined, with free software
and instructional YouTube videos.
Some networks are password protected, but might as well not be,
since the user has just retained the default password that came with
their wireless router. If youve read this far, you may not be shocked
to learn that there are entire websites dedicated to cataloging
default router passwords for nearly every router ever made. So secure
your home network with a strong password, and change it every so
often to increase your security.
PUBLIC WIFI Hackers loooove coffee shops and hotel lobbies. Harried
travelers and groggy commuters constantly jump on free public wifi
connections, never giving any thought to the safety of those access
points. If the networks are unsecured, they can be sniffed just like
your home network. If they are secured, hackers will often set up a
second network that isnt, and give it a name that encourages you to
jump on their own pirate connection. For example, search for wifi on
your phone while sitting in the lobby of a large hotel, and you may
well see a long listsome of them belonging to local residences or
businesses that just happen to be close enough. But in addition to
the official Whitby Arms Inn, there may be networks named things
like Guest Rooms, Hotel Network, or Lobby Internet. On a fast
skim, those are both alphabetically above the real one, and easy to
click. Always ask for the name of the locations official network.
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G O O D TO KNO W
KEY CONCEP T
EVIL ADWARE One way that criminals can hack you is by
creating banner advertisements that they then pay to place
in the ad rotation on totally legit websites, like those of
popular newspapers and magazines. Merely loading the page
subjects you to infection that then spreads by attacking
vulnerabilities in programs like Adobes Flash. Because these
banner ads can infect you even if you just view the file,
theyre referred to as drive-by downloads.

KEEP IT (RELATIVELY) CLEAN


A New Zealand study showed that Internet users between 10 and 14
years old who are given free access to the Internet typically become
vulnerable to infection within two clicks as they search for content.
These two clicks expose the children to up to 20 ads, most of them
high-risk ads for products from within the sex, scam, and gambling sites
that comprise as much as 96% of malware. These kinds of malware are
used by cyber criminals to run applications on users machines for keylogging, botnet participation, and other malicious purposes.
VIRUS CENTRAL The malware
criminals arent dumb. They know that
the seamy side of the Internet is like
a flame to all kinds of moths. And if
grown-ups get caught up in online
frauds that prey on their weaknesses,
its only to be expected that curious
kids are going to end up in some of
those dark corners as well. You can
install parental controls, but the jokes
in this case are often correctyour
kid may well know more about your
computer than you do. Instead, I
recommend a two-step approach.
Have a tough conversation with your
kid about the dangers out thereand
then teach them to search safely.
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- - - . . . - - BEWARE MALWARE A
mashup of malicious
and software, malware
is a software that does
something you dont
want it to; a general
term for computer code
that does something
other than what youd
want, including viruses,
worms, Trojans, spyware,
back-doors, etc. Just as
a rosebush in the middle
of a wheat field can be
called a weed, malware
is in the eye of the
beholderseveral wellknown companies have
included software in their
products that security
engineers consider to be
malware, because the
functionality, for example,
is abusive of user privacy.
Most people dont think
of Gmail as malware
until they understand
that Google reads every
e-mail you get and sells
the data about you to
other marketers. Suddenly,
free e-mail comes at a
cost. Remember: if you
cant figure out how they
make money, you are the
product being sold.

SURVIVAL

LIFESTYLE

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LIFESTYLE

CYBER SURVIVAL MANUAL

SURVIVAL

THE

NICK SELBY

How to Survive Anything

Joseph Pred & the Editors of Outdoor Life

Tim MacWelch & the Editors of Outdoor Life

Whether you face break-ins, basement flooding,


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to be prepared for and prevail over situations
ranging from the scary to the cataclysmic.

When the tornado strikes, when the solar flares


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going to do? Best-selling survival author
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Dennis Mersereau & the editors of Outdoor Life
Extreme weather has the ability to leave us
devastated, but with the easy-to-follow Extreme
Weather Survival Manual youll be ready for
anything Mother Nature throws at you.

HEAVY WEATHER
THE HURRICANES TORRENTIAL RAINS AND HOWLING WINDS REMIND US
THAT WE ARE NOT IN CHARGE OF THIS WORLD. ONCE THE STORMS FURY
DWINDLES, THE FLOOD RISES. CHURNING WATER THREATENS EVERYTHING THAT
THE WIND FAILED TO RIP FROM OUR GRASP. WHAT CAN YOU DO TO PREVAIL?

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he weather can seem like our best


friendwhen it doesnt rain on the
parade, or when our newly planted crops
get a gentle measure of rainfall. But the
forces that move air, moisture, and heat
arent always so loving and benevolent.
Natures most violent storms can cause
levels of destruction that leave your home,
neighborhood, and community looking
like a wastelandor a battlefield. Every
year, thunderstorms, hurricanes, flooding,
mudslides, and hailstorms take their toll
on the face of the earth, leaving devastation
and ruin in their wake. Wind, water, mud,
lightning, and hail can kill; but they do not
do so without warning.
As the storm clouds gather, we have time
to prepare. The radio, the television, and
even our phones can signal impending
danger. Will we join the masses who run out
to the store for last-minute supplies of milk,
bread, and toilet paper? Or will we hunker
down with the carefully chosen supplies we
have already stocked? Are we as ready as we
think we are? You can be. Do it now.

AN ATTIC BECOMES AN ESCAPE In


flood-prone areas, the attic space
of your home can become the most
important room in the house. Rather
than storing your vital food, supplies,
water, and gear at ground level (or
worse, in a basement), you can create
an ark out of that creepy, dusty
attic. Following the ark theme a little
further, you should keep an inflatable
raft in the attic to act as a floating
storage shelf or mode of exodus.
Have an axe up there, tooor, better
yet, a chainsaw. Now you can cut your
way out and make an aquatic escape.
Remember to cut only a few trusses,
to keep the roof from falling in. Wear
safety glasses to keep sawdust and
shingle grit out of your eyes. And hope
the ghosts up there dont know how to
use a chainsaw.

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How to Survive Off the Grid


Tim MacWelch

G I M M E S H E LT E R

Have you ever dreamed of getting away from it


all, whether to a cabin in the woods or a tiny
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G I M M E S H E LT E R

W H AT
YOULL
NEED

BUILD A LOG CABIN

Heres a list of the supplies


for building a log cabin:

FOUNDATION Some early cabins were built right on


the bare ground (not a great idea in wet or termiteinfested areas). More sophisticated techniques came
later, such as stone walls for perimeter foundations
and stone blocks for piers under the structure. Today,
we could use any number of foundation methods
on a modern cabin, including concrete slabs with
integrated hot water heating.
CHIMNEY For traditional log homes with fireplaces
(or more modern builds with a woodstove insert),
youll need to build a sturdy chimney. Original
frontier cabins had chimneys of wood that were
covered in mud as a partial fire-proofing. This is
incredibly dangerous and should be avoided at all
cost. Mortar and local stone are a more durable and
far safer set of building materials.

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Heroes of the colonial American frontier, such as Daniel Boone, Simon Kenton, and
pretty much every other settler of European descent, built their own cabins from logs
in the eastern woodlands. All you needed was a strong back, an axe, a few other hand
tools, and a pocket full of nails to build a small home for very little money (FYI, most
settlers were flat broke). If logs are an abundant resource in your area, you can follow
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WALL CONSTRUCTION Every log has a thick end


and a thin one. When building your walls, alternate
these ends to avoid building a crooked or lopsided
cabin. Otherwise youll be the laughingstock of
your woodland community.

Axe
Draw knife
Chain saw or hand saws
Framing square
Ropes
Block and tackle set
Post hole digger
Concrete
Level
String
Plywood and lumber
Hammer and nails
Screws
Doors and windows
Shingles or other
roofing material

GOOD TO KNOW
FLASHING Caps of metal
flashing are a great way
to block moisture from
wicking into your log walls
from posts and piers below.
They also interfere with
the travel of termites, a
major concern for someone
in an all-wood house.

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DOORS & WINDOWS Its tempting to try to


create doors and windows by leaving openings
while building the walls. This is very unsteady and
dangerous. Door and window openings should be
cut in with a chain saw and braced for strength if
necessaryonly after the walls are complete.

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POWER UP
THERE ARE MANY WAYS TO PROVIDE THE ENERGY WE NEED FOR A MODERN
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here are plenty of ways to create


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dependent on that grid we keep talking
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juice youre expecting to need (are you just
hoping to have some lighting and maybe
power up the ol laptop for a few hours a
day, or are you running a bunch of power
tools every day?). Next, what kind of
assist does Mother Nature offer? Is your
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High wind areas? Good news for windmills
or wind turbines. Running water at a high
enough volume can get you power from a
waterwheel, perhaps upgraded to a mini
hydroelectric project if you need a lot of
power. If that water includes hot springs
bingo! Youve got geothermal potential. And
finally, are you going to be burning wood?
Yes, you almost certainly are. That means
heat, but also with the right tech, you can
also generate small amounts of electricity
through thermoelectric generation.

KICK IT (REALLY) OLD-SCHOOL Its


not the end of all comfort if you cant
provide electrical power for your
self-reliant home. Although 1800s
visionaries such as Thomas Edison,
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and George Westinghouse paved
the way for electricity to transform
from a scientific curiosity into the
essential power source for modern
life, they grew up without it. In fact,
the majority of humans who have
ever lived on earth never knew the
glowing luminescence of a light bulb
or the frostiness of a refrigeratorchilled beer. For most modern people,
electricity is viewed as absolutely
necessary. In truth, its merely a luxury.
You can survive in a nonelectric home,
just like our ancestors and like millions
of folks around the globe today.

USE THE
LANDSCAPE FOR
YOUR DEFENSE.
ROCKY AND
STEEP TERRAIN,
SWIFT RIVERS,
AND TALL CLIFFS
POSE HAZARDS
TO YOU, SHOULD
YOU BUILD YOUR
HOME NEARBY
BUT THEY
ALSO PROVIDE
A NATURAL
WALL ON YOUR
PROPERTYS
PERIMETER.

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would need to build a set of barbed-wire-topped walls,
high powered searchlights, or manned guard towers.
However, there are still some things you can do almost
anywhere to create a more defensible position.
STEP 1 Decide what you are willing to defend. Basically,
here is where you are marking out the boundaries of the
area that you intend to protect. Consider the roles that any
existing walls, waterways, buildings, and fences can play in
your defense.
STEP 2 Establish a controlled entry/exit point for the
homestead, or even the neighborhood. This may mean
blocking off a street with derelict vehicles (if things are
really that bad). If vehicles are operational, several could be
parked to create a gate to keep out other vehicles.

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STEP 3Enhance existing defensive structures. This can be


anything from locking fence gates to boarding up windows
and doors around the perimeter. Look at your perimeter
from the outside, try to figure out ways in, and do your best
to seal them off.
STEP 4 Set up a fallback position. This would be a place
of refuge if you had to retreat within your perimeter,
like the strongest and most defensible home within the
neighborhood. Keep it well supplied with water and food,
in case you have to spend a few days waiting out rioters.
SET OUT SOME WARNING SIGNS If you can dissuade
trespassers, looters, burglars, and other neer-do-wells
at your propertys perimeter, then you wont have to
deal with them yourself later on! An imposing fence,
threatening signage, bright exterior lights, and packs of
roaming dogs should do the trick.

GOOD TO
KNOW

BURGLAR PROOFING In
a crisis, crime rates can
go up sharply. Defending
your home also puts you in
harms way, but with a few
upgrades your home could
defend itself.
AnimalA big dog with a
loud bark is a wonderful
addition to the family.
Its a wise move that will
scare off most intruders.
If youre dead set against
it, at least set a big dog
bowl full of water and a
huge chew bone on the
back porch. It may make
the burglars think twice.
VegetableThorn bushes
or cacti under windows
will keep people from
crawling through, or at
least not silently.
MineralGravel around
your house as a mulch
substitute discourages
insectsand prowlers.
Pea gravel cant be used to
break your windows like
larger stones. Under your
windows and around the
back door, it makes noise
that the aforementioned
dog can pick up.

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Once youre settled at anchor, dont


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If the rival team plays the ball


over the goalline from the right
or left side of the goal . . .

Gloves

Kneepads

Jockstrap
(very rare)

Glasses

Head guard

012

follow the team captain

013

get a goalkee e

The captain must be marked with an armband.

. . . or if the offense kicks it past the goalline.


. . . the goal keeper kicks off from any
position within the goal box.

033

it e

a e alt kick

029 get a ee kick

hort slee ed
shirt

Pants

Shin guards

Deliberately touching the ball with the arm or hand can lead to a penalty kick.

A corner kick is executed from the corner arc


of the corner where the ball crossed the goalline.
Elbow pads

He is the main contact of the referee.

Medical face mask

Right
Soccer socks
Before the start of the game, the players need to
remove objects that can cause injuries.

Wrong

The game cant begin witho t the goalkeeper.

The ball is only back in the game after its left


the penalty area toward the playing field.

All rival players need to exit the penalty


box during a goal kick.

The defense player must keep a 10 yd / 9.15 m distance to the corner arc.

Soccer boots

ring an intermission an o tfield player can take p the position of the goalkeeper
if the referee agrees to it. If the goalkeeper gets a red card, the substitute goalkeeper
enters the game and one of the o tfield players needs to lea e the field as well.

THE TOTAL

NUTRITION

CARDIO

STRENGTH

FLEXIBILITY

Now that youre familiar with the parts, cogs, and goingson inside the gym, its time to put your resistance-training
program together and get results. Before constructing a
resistance training program, there is one basic question you
need to ask yourself: What are my goals?

CONDITIONING AND TONING If youre looking for general


conditioning and overall body toning, the full-body program
might be for you. This will include working each of the major
muscles of the body to some capacity and in some instances
working them together within the same workout. An example
is a push-up performed on dumbbells combined with an

alternate row at the top of the movement, which will work all
the major muscles of the torso. Those workouts are based
more on conditioning and stamina.

MUSCLE DEVELOPMENT If youre looking for more


muscular development, quality of muscle separation, and
greater control over working muscles, perhaps a workout
split based on traditional bodybuilding is ideal for you. In
workout splits, during a session you work one or two muscles
to temporary muscle failure, while primarily recruiting major
muscles with little ancillary help from nearby muscles. These
workouts are based more on prioritization and individuality.

132 STRATEGIZE
FOR SUCCESS

Whatever your goal, there are a few strategies to keep in mind


that will help you to make the most of your workout plan.

tension on the proper muscles. Up your weights when you


are able, and you will improve over time.

PUT YOUR WEAKER SELF FIRST Work your weaker muscle

TRACK YOUR TRAINING PROGRESS Write in a journal or

groups earlier in the week when your strength and reserves


are high. If your upper body is weaker than your lower body, for
example, work your pecs or shoulders on Mondays, and save
the legs and glutes for Friday.

use an app, but keep track of your numbers. Increased lifts


will let you know how well you are developing your muscles.
Record workouts, reps, and even changes to your diet in
order to keep the path to progression smooth.

STAY FOCUSED WHILE YOU WORK For each and every

KEEP YOUR FITNESS PLAN FUN Keep it progressing,

set and rep, pay attention to how your muscles are working.
Five haphazard sets will always be inferior to two driven and
focused sets. Give your all to your working sets, keeping

keep it safe, but also keep it fun. Dont hesitate to change


up a stale workout. Maybe substitute hack squats for basic
squats or dumbbell rows for barbell rows. Keep it interesting.

LIFESTYLE

TRANSFORM YOUR BODY IN JUST 12 WEEKS


TAKE the CHALLENGE

YOUR
131 PLAN
RESISTANCE PROGRAM

From the trainers, nutritionists, and physical


fitness experts at one of the worlds most popular
gyms, this comprehensive book covers nutrition,
weight loss, strength training, weight-lifting,
cardio, stretching, and more. Includes a neverbefore-published 12-week body transformation
challenge that has helped thousands of gymgoers
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WORKOUT PLANNING

FITNESS
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HIGH INTENSITY
178 HIT
ON THE STATIONARY BIKE

The experts at Golds Gym developed these four highintensity interval (HIIT) workouts for the stationary bike.
To perform this regimen, first determine your MHR, or

maximum heart rate (see #137), and then add a new HIIT
set to your cardio routine each week for four weeks, but
avoid doing them on consecutive days.

BICYCLES

BICYCLES

Ask the
EXPERT

Also known as the exercise bike or exercycle, the stationary bicycle


is a special-purpose exercise machine with a saddle, pedals, and
handlebarsbut no actual wheelsthat offers outstanding cardio
benefits. The pedals provide adjustable resistance to increase the
intensity of the exercise; some models even allow the user to pedal
backward to work the antagonist muscles. These bikes typically have
a crankshaft and bottom bracket that powers a flywheel by means
of a belt or chain. Specialized models that use weighted flywheels
at the front are known as spinners. While spinners and stationary
bikes imitate the form of a regular bike, recumbent bikes provide
back support with low, chairlike seats.
Stationary bicycles are not only great for improving cardio fitness
and achieving weight loss, they are also a long-valued tool of physical
therapists, primarily because of the safe, low-impact, and effective
workouts they provide. Exercise bikes are even used on the International
Space Station; called veloergometers, they counter the cardiovascular
de-conditioning that can occur in a microgravity environment.

WHICH BIKE
POSITION IS BEST?

Your goal when performing stationary bike


cardio is to accelerate your metabolism, and there is
little difference between cycling upright and pedaling
in the recumbent position. A recumbent bike does,
however, allow you to rest your lower-back muscles,
while cycling without this feature forces you to use
your core muscles to support your torso. For those with
back pain, the recumbent style is probably the better
choiceupright models can put too much stress on
vulnerable lower-back muscles.

176

TRY A
CYCLING CLASS

Golds Gym, along with many others, offer intense cycle classes,
where members on stationary bikes follow an instructoroften
with the added bonus of lively music and lighting effects.
These classes typically focus on metabolic intervalsfrom
light to heavy resistance that challenges but rarely fatigue
the musclesmaking them ideal for most age groups. Cycle
classes burn calories, improve cardiovascular health, offer an
effective yet low-impact workout, and help you achieve tighter
abs and toned, attractive legs. And if you cant always keep up,
simply progress at your own pace. Cycling aficionados say they
often leave class with high energy and a feeling of euphoria.

GYM

etiquette

177 STAY
HEALTHY

On any given day in the average


gym, dozens of people will end up
using a particular piece of equipment, whether its
a barbell or dumbbells, squat rack or bench press,
treadmill or stationary bikeand a lot of those
people are going to work up a sweat. With this in
mind, bring a small hand towel with you and be
sure to wipe down the area youve used. Its not
only polite, but it also helps prevent the spread of
colds or other communicable illnesses. Once again,
courtesy and consideration are primary in the
close confines of the gym floor.

WEEK 1: 30-MINUTE WORKOUTS


WORKOUT 1
10-minute warm-up at 65 percent MHR
30-second sprint at 75 percent MHR, then 60 seconds
recovery at 65 percent MHR
Repeat for 15 minutes
5-minute cool-down at 65 percent MHR

WORKOUT 2
10-minute warm-up at 65 percent MHR
30-second sprint at 75 percent MHR, then 90 seconds
recovery at 65 percent MHR
Repeat the above intervals for 15 minutes
5-minute cool-down at 65 percent MHR

WEEK 2: 35-MINUTE WORKOUTS


WORKOUT 1
10-minute warm-up at 65 percent MHR
30-second sprint at 80 percent MHR, then 60 seconds
recovery at 65 percent MHR
Repeat for 15 minutes
10-minute cool-down at 65 percent MHR

WORKOUT 2
10-minute warm-up at 65 percent MHR
30-second sprint at 80 percent MHR, then 90 seconds
recovery at 65 percent MHR
Repeat the above intervals for 15 minutes
10-minute cool-down at 65 percent MHR

WEEK 3: 40-MINUTE WORKOUTS


WORKOUT 1
10-minute warm-up at 65 percent MHR
30-second sprint at 85 percent MHR, then 60 seconds
recovery at 65 percent MHR
Repeat for 15 minutes
15-minute cool-down at 65 percent MHR

WORKOUT 2
10-minute warm-up at 65 percent MHR
30-second sprint at 85 percent MHR, then 90 seconds
recovery at 65 percent MHR
Repeat for 15 minutes
15-minute cool-down at 65 percent MHR

WEEK 4: 45-MINUTE WORKOUTS


WORKOUT 1
10-minute warm-up at 65 percent MHR
45-second sprint at 85 percent MHR, then 90 seconds
recovery at 65 percent MHR
Repeat for 15 minutes
20-minute cool-down at 65 percent MHR

WORKOUT 2
10-minute warm-up at 65 percent MHR
45-second sprint at 85 percent MHR, then 120
seconds recovery at 65 percent MHR
Repeat for 15 minutes
20-minute cool-down at 65 percent MHR

FITNESS

o f th e

TRADE

A
STATIONARY BIKE
175 RIDE

GET MOVING

TOOLS

GET MOVING

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100 GREATEST
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SKILLS
ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Mark Phelps traces his passion for aviation


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Mark is an active instrument pilot. He lives
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PRO TIPS FOR EVERY MOTORCYCLIST

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FROM AMERICAS GREAT PLAINS TO THE AFRICAN SAVANNA , from the polar ice to the

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In this book, TransWorld
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and the weather come together

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BACKLIST

MARK LINDEMANN has been in


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Mickey Mouse

MICKEY MOUSE

EMBLEM OF THE AMERICAN SPIRIT

Walt Disneys most famous creation has made his mark everywhere from the
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This book explores the legacy and legend of the worlds most famous mouse.

Garry Apgar

BACKLIST

k cover, from top left: Image from Parade of the Award


minees, 1932, credited to Joe Grant; sketch for Plane Crazy,
8, drawn by Ub Iwerks; illustration by Robert Risko in VH1s
Greatest Pop Culture Icons, 2003; Mr. President assemblage
Llyn Foulkes, 2003, that uses a Mickey drawing from 1931;
ning image for all Mickey Mouse cartoons in 1935; still from
u the Mirror, 1936; still from Croissant de Triomphe, directed
Paul Rudischm 2013; Untitled, Joyce Pensato, 2007; Look
ckey, Roy Lichtenstein, 1961.

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the character of Mickey was initially developed by
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international reach, an ambassador for the American
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of a nation. Meticulously and lovingly researched, the
text examines Mickeys evolution as a cartoon and as
a character in the great American story.

continued from front flap

his talent into designing and hand-building elaborate


multicolored kites, some more than 100 feet long, which he
friends and family.
Tyrus Wong married Ruth Kim in 1937, and together they

had three daughters. In 2001, Tyrus was honored as a Disney


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Annie Award (Association Internationale du film dAnimation)
for lifelong achievement. His work has been exhibited at

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LIFESTYLE

the man who raised animation to an art, transformed the film


industry, tirelessly pursued innovation, and created a global
and distinctively American legacy. Opened in October 2009, the
40,000-square-foot facility features the newest technology and
historic materials and artifacts to bring Disneys achievements
to life, with interactive galleries that include early drawings
and animation, movies, music, listening stations, a spectacular
model of Disneyland, and much more.

Tyrus Wong at his


home in Sunland, CA 2004
Photograph by Peter Brenner
Mural by Tyrus Wong, c. 1955

BACK COVER

356 pages
267 x 240 mm 10 1/2 x 9 1/2 in
45,000 words
260 photographs and
illustrations
Hardcover with jacket

as a prolific painter, illustrator, calligrapher, lithographer,

muralist, designer, Hollywood sketch artist, ceramicist, and


kitemaker. Tyrus is legendary for his innovative work on

Walt Disney Studios classic animation film Bambi, in which

Tyrus Wong & Michael Labrie

his singular vision and evocative, impressionistic concept

art caught the eye of Walt Disney himself and influenced the
groundbreaking movies overall visual style.

Tyrus was first introduced to painting, drawing, and

calligraphy by his father, Look Git, and his natural talent

convinced his high-school teacher in Pasadena to suggest


that Tyrus apply for a scholarship to the Otis Art Institute
(now the Otis College of Art and Design) in Los Angeles,

256 pages
240 x 190 mm 9 1/2 x 7 1/2 in
60,000 words
300 photographs and
illustrations
Flexicover

where he graduated at the top of his class. A founding

156 pages
240 x 305 mm 9 1/2 x 12 in
25,000 words | 300 images
Hardcover with jacket

THE ART OF TYRUS WONG

member of the Los Angeles Oriental Artists Group, which


also included other young Asian artists such as Hideo

Date and Benji Okubo, Tyrus developed a personal artistic


sensibility that joined his formal western art-school

training with traditional Asian aesthetics. During the Great


Depression, Tyrus participated in the WPAs Federal Art
Project and exhibited his work widely in museums and

galleries, including in a 1932 group exhibition at the Chicago


Art Institute that also featured Pablo Picasso. His creativity
and drive helped shape the artistic, bohemian life of Los
Angeles during the 1930s.

THE ART OF
TYRUS WONG

THE WALT DISNEY FAMILY MUSEUM


The Walt Disney Family Museum in San Francisco, California,
presents the fascinating story and achievements of Walt Disney,

Mona Behan
& Susan Elisabeth Davis

immigrated as a young boy to the United States, where he

August 15, 2013February 3, 2014


San Francisco, California

Look Good, Feel Good

112 pages
235 x 185 mm 9 1/4 x 7 1/4 in
15,000 words
180 photographs and
illustrations
Flexicover

has enjoyed a long, distinguished, and diverse artistic career

Water to Paper, Paint to Sky: The Art of Tyrus Wong


The Walt Disney Family Museum

J.B.Kaufman

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Tyrus was hired by the Walt Disney Studio in 1938

to work as an inbetweener, creating the often-tedious

drawings that completed the action between the animators


key frames. While there, drawing upon his study of Sung-

SNOW WHITE

AND
THE

SEVEN DWARFS

THE ART AND CREATION OF WALT DISNEYS CLASSIC ANIMATED FILM


Written by J. B. Kaufman

Foreword by Diane Disney Miller

dynasty landscape paintings, he developed soft-edged,

atmospheric pastels of an ethereal forest that formed the

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basis of Bambis aesthetic. From 1942 to 1968, Tyrus worked


at Warner Brothers as a production illustrator, drawing set

designs and storyboards for many award-winning live-action


feature films, including Rebel Without a Cause, Calamity Jane,
Harper, Ice Palace, Around the World in Eighty Days, and The
Wild Bunch.

On top of his fine art and illustration work for movies,


scarves, pottery, and greetings cards, Tyrus channeled

continued on back flap

112 pages
235 x 185 mm 9 1/4 x 7 1/4 in
15,000 words
180 photographs and
illustrations
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Boy Flying Kite c. 1968


opaque watercolor on paperboard | 14 x 40 inches

FRONT COVER

Printed in China

Magic Color Flair


John Canemaker
176 pages
240 x 305 mm 9 1/2 x 12 in
25,000 words | 300 images
Hardcover with jacket

The Lost Notebook


John Canemaker
292 pages
305 x 305 mm 12 x 12 in
60,000 words
700 photographs and
illustrations
Hardcover with jacket

The Fairest One of All


J.B.Kaufman
320 pages
320 x 280 mm 12 1/2 x 11 in
120,000 words
250 photographs and
illustrations
Hardcover with jacket

the Fairest
One of All
THE MAKING OF WALT DISNEYS SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS
J. B. Kaufman p[ Foreword by Diane Disney Miller

Style Yourself
Various Authors
240 pages
240 x 190 mm 9 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches
40,000 words
1,500 photographs and
illustrations
Flexicover

Hot Sex
Emily Morse
& Jamye Waxman
240 pages
240 x 190 mm 9 1/2 x 7 1/2 in
25,000 words
300 illustrations
Paperback

97

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Published in conjunction with the retrospective exhibition

Snow White and


the Seven Dwarfs

GARRY APGAR

feeling in his art with simple gestural compositions continues


influence can still be seen in movies today.

J. B. K A U F M A N

ISBN 10: 1-61628-672-5

still regularly flies on the beaches of Santa Monica with his

to inspire each new generation of leading animators, and his

THE DISNEY EPIC

The story of Mickey is in many ways a reflection of


Walt Disneys lifeimmensely influential on modern
animators, seen everywhere from the covers of literary
magazines to the walls of modern art galleries. This
book documents one Mouses amazing journey, along
with Disneys own meteoric rise.

GARRY
APGAR

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the Chinese American Museum and the Craft and Folk Art

EMBLEM OF THE AMERICAN SPIRIT

ISBN
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ISBN
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nted in China

Museum in Los Angeles. Tyruss ability to evoke powerful

Pinocchio
J.B.Kaufman

LIFESTYLE

nt cover: Mickey Mouse, by Andy Warhol, from the Myths


tfolio, 1981. 2013 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the
ual Arts, Inc. & Artists Rights Society (ARS), courtesy of the
nald Feldman Gallery, New York.

MICKEY
MOUSE

Since his modest debut in 1928, Mickey Mouse has


evolved into one of the worlds most recognized and
beloved fictional figures. This book is the very first
illustrated cultural biography of the Mouse, his life
and times, and his impact and influence on art and
literature throughout the world.

EMBLEM OF THE
AMERICAN SPIRIT

e Walt Disney Family Foundation was cofounded


Walts daughter, Diane Disney Miller, and grandson,
alter Miller. Located in San Francisco, the Foundation
d its associated Museum are dedicated to sharing
d celebrating the life, work, and legacy of Walt
sney through innovative exhibitions and programs.

USA $40 / CAN $45

352 pages
267 x 240 mm 10 1/2 x 9 1/2 in
45,000 words
260 photographs and
illustrations
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336 pages
250 x 190 mm 10 x 7 1/2 in
100,000 words
500 photographs and
illustrations
Hardcover with jacket

is a former staff artist and political cartoonist with


e Roanoke Times and has contributed cartoons and
icles to Le Figaro, LExpress, Pilote, Le Monde, Paris
etro, the New York Times, The Weekly Standard,
aster Drawings, Apollo, and Art in America. A
founder and Secretary-Treasurer of The Voltaire
ciety of America, he coauthored the documentary
ltaire and Jefferson: The Sage of Ferney and the Man
om Monticello.

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MICKEY MOUSE

rry Apgar has a PhD in art history from Yale


niversity and a Masters degree in Lettres Modernes
m the Sorbonne. He has taught art history, French
erature, and cross-disciplinary topics at Brown
niversity, Princeton University, the University of
laware, the Universit de Lyon, and Southern
nnecticut State University. He is the author of LArt
ngulier de Jean Huber: Voir Voltaire and the editor of
Mickey Mouse Reader, an anthology of articles and
ays by, among others, Gilbert Seldes, Diego Rivera,
M. Forster, Maurice Sendak, Stephen Jay Gould,
hn Updike, and Walt Disney himself.

Show Me How

Derek Fagerstrom,
Lauren Smith &
the Show Me Team

320 pages
225 x 222 mm 8 3/4 x 8 3/4 in
18,000 words
5,000 illustrations
Flexicover

288 pages
225 x 222 mm 8 3/4 x 8 3/4 in
16,000 words
4,500 illustrations
Flexicover

Listomania

Show Me How
to Survive

144 pages
190 x 185 mm 7 1/2 x 7 1/4 in
10,000 words
500 illustrations
Paperback

Show Mom How

Shawn Bean

Sarah Hines Stephens

144 pages
209 x 203 mm 8 1/4 x 8 in
12,000 words
500 illustrations
Paperback

144 pages
209 x 203 mm 8 1/4 x 8 in
12,000 words
500 illustrations
Paperback

304 pages
210 x 210 mm 8 1/4 x 8 1/4 in
55,000 words
260 photographs
Paperback

1001 Fun Ways to Play


Susan Elisabeth Davis
& Nancy Wilson Hall
240 pages
209 x 209 mm 81/4 x 91/2 in
60,000 words
500 photographs and
illustrations
Paperback

160 pages
215 x 213 mm 8 1/2 x 8 1/2 in
9,000 words
180 photographs
Hardcover

2426 pages
165 x 135 mm 6 1/2 x 5 1/4 in
1026 words
1026 illustrations
Board Book

365 Activities
256 pages
200 x 150 mm 7 3/4 x 5 3/4 in
20,000 words
140 photographs and
illustrations
Paperback

Melissa Heckscher

Show Dad How

Jane B. Mason
& Sarah Hines Stephens

On-the-Go Parents
Guides
272 pages
145 x 145 mm 5 3/4 x 5 in
35,000 words
200 photographs
Paperback

Pregnancy Planner
Ziba Kashef
144 pages
240 x 170 mm 9 1/2 x 6 3/4 in
30,000 words
50 illustrations
Hardcover with fully concealed
wire-o and elastic loop closure

The Happiest Mom


Meagan Francis
144 pages
210 x 157 mm 8 1/4 x 6 1/4 in
30,000 words
75 illustrations
Flexicover

Working Mom
Survival Guide
Suzanne Riss
& Teresa Palagano
144 pages
210 x 157 mm 8 1/4 x 6 1/4 in
30,000 words
75 illustrations
Flexicover

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LIFESTYLE

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Playtime!

Board Books

144 pages
190 x 185 mm 7 1/2 x 7 1/4 in
10,000 words
500 illustrations
Paperback

Show Me How to Love

Baby & Toddler Play

192 pages
235 x 235 mm
5 3/4 x 5 in
35,000 words
200 photographs
Paperback

Joseph Pred

Show Me How
to Be Cool
144 pages
190 x 185 mm 7 1/2 x 7 1/4 in
10,000 words
500 illustrations
Paperback

Parents Guides

LIFESTYLE

BACKLIST

288 pages
225 x 222 mm 8 3/4 x 8 3/4 in
50,000 words
4,500 illustrations
Flexicover

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Show Me More

Derek Fagerstrom,
Lauren Smith &
the Show Me Team

CHILDRENS

Exploring the Science of Light


The Science Masters at the
Exploratorium Museum
Ever wonder what makes the sky so blue?
Or why shadows shrink and grow?
Investigate these questions (plus many
more!) with a beautiful activity book that
explores the physics of color and light.

Exploralab
The Science Masters at the
Exploratorium Museum
Take a look around: The ho-hum spots
you inhabit every day are full of eyepopping scientific wonder! Explore these
sites with Exploralab, the hands-on
activity guide from the Exploratorium.

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240 x 230 mm 9 x 9 inches
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190 x 185 mm 7 1/2 x 7 1/4 inches
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1,000 photographs and illustrations


Hardcover with a magnifying lens, reflective
sheeting, polarized filters, colored acetate
gels, erasable whiteboard, phenakistoscope,
special textured paper, fabric swatches, and
glow-in-the-dark ink!

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Exploring

The Science Masters at the


Exploratorium Museum
Open up your fridgetheres science
inside! Join the world-famous
Exploratorium for 40+ delicious edible
experiments and stovetop experiments.

30+

Edible Experiments & Kitchen Activities

112 pages
190 x 185 mm 7 1/2 x 7 1/4 inches
20,000 words
200 photographs and illustrations
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My Poster Books
Action-packed, pull-out posters in
full color accompanied by connectthe-dot puzzles, drawings to
color, and other fun learning
activities for young kids.

64 pages
328 x 242 mm 13 x 9 1/2 inches
1,200 words
65 photographs and illustrations
Paperback with tear-out pages

My

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Poster Book

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this
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make the ponys eye is called
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to see
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with activities

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30 amazing 3D images of young readers favorite animals.
64 pages
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267 x 200 mm 10 1/2 x 7 3/4 inches
800 words
70 photographs including 30+ 3D photographs
Hardcover with 3D glasses

Do It Now! Series
Sarah Hines Stephens
& Bethany Mann

48 pages | 215 x 290 mm 8 1/2 x 11 1/2 inches


7,500 words | 200 photographs and illustrations | Gatefolds and foldout poster pages | Hardcover

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PAPERMANIA
Are you ready for nonstop papercraft action? Then this book is for you!
Loaded with 48 mega-fun activities on pull-out pages (plus special punch-out
crafts!), Papermania wows the imagination, awes friends and family,
and offers hours of entertainment.

PAPERMANIA
COLOR, CUT, CREASE, AND CRAFT
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267 x 200 mm 10 / x 7 3/4 inches
800 words
700 photographs
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128 pages
300 x 200 mm 11 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches
8,000 words
1,000 photographs and
illustrations
Paperback with pull-out pages
and cardstock templates

My Big Book of
Baby Animals
128 pages
254 x 230 mm
10 x 9 inches
12,000 words
200 photographs
Textured hardcover with
flocking and foil

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216 x 224 mm
8 3/4 x 8 1/2 inches
18,000 words
1,800 illustrations
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INDEX
1001 Fun Ways to Play, 98
365 Activities, 99
3D Snapshots, 107

Adventures in Grilling, 39
Airfryer Cookbook, The, 24
American Girl Baking, 33
American Girl Cooking, 33
American Girl Parties, 32
Antipasti, 38
Art of Hair, The, 52
Art of Preserving, The, 39
Art of the Cookie, The, 39
Art of Tinkering, The, 75

Cook Like a Pro, 43


Cookbook for Kids, The, 45
Cookies Brownies & Bars, 40
Cooking at Home, 43
Cooking Essentials, 43
Cooking for Baby, 44
Cooking from the Farmers Market, 37
Cooking in Cast Iron, 40
Cooking Together, 44
Cooking with Spice, 40
Cooking with Tinned Fish, 35
Cooks Wisdom, 43
Creole Kitchen, 9
Cupcakes, 40
Cyber Survival Manual, The, 78

Baby & Toddler Cookbook, The, 44


Baby & Toddler on the Go, 44
Baby & Toddler Play, 98
Bake Good Things, 41
Bake! The Quick-Look Cookbook, 34
Beekeeping, 54
Best American Hunting Stories, The, 95
Best Cookies, 42
Better From Scratch, 39
Best of Thanksgiving, The, 43
Big Book of Hacks, The, 74
Big Book of Maker Skills, The, 74
Board Books, 99
Book of Saints, The, 95
Bread Bread Bread, 17
Breakfast Comforts, 41
Brunch, 40
Burger Night, 28

David Brent Songbook, 70


Design Inspiration, 86
Design Library, 97
Dessert of the Day, 27
Disaster Survival Guide, 94
Do It Now! Series, 109
Donuts, 40
Doughnut Cookbook, The, 24
Dutch Oven Cookbook, The, 24

INDEX

WELDON OWEN

110

C
Camping Guide, 94
Caramel Fudge Toffee & Brittle, 20
Cheese Obsession, 39
Chicken Night, 28
Cocktails: The New Classics, 15
Cocktail Manual, The Total, 17
Codes, The Secrets of, 84
Collection Series, 47
Comfort Collection, 41
Comfort Food, 41
Complete Book of Home Cleaning, The, 56
Complete Book of Home Organization, The, 57
Complete Book of the Home, The, 96
Complete Cocktail Manual, The, 14
Complete Gut Health Cookbook, The, 36
Complete Photo Manual, The, 63
Complete Portrait Manual, The, 63
Complete Quick-Look Guide to the
Game of Soccer, The, 90
Cook Good Food, 41

E
Easy Italian, 42
Easy Mexican, 42
Eat! The Quick-Look Cookbook, 34
Ebelskivers, 40
Eggs, 40
Emergency Survival Manual, The, 80
Entertaining, 38
Essential Fishing Handbook, The, 85
Expert Series, Popular Science, 67
Exploralab, 103
Exploring Kitchen Science, 102
Exploring the Science of Light, 102
Extreme Weather Survival Manual, The, 80

F
Fairest One of All, The, 96
Family Meals, 44
Favorite Cookies, 19
Field & Stream Guides, 94
Fishing Guide, 94
Flight: 100 Greatest Aircraft, 95
Fondue, 40
Food Made Fast Series, 46
French Kitchen, The, 13
From Scraps Journal: Bicycle, 67
From Scraps Journal: Boat, 67
Frozen Desserts, 39
Fun Food, 45

G
Geek Toys Guide, 94
Get the Picture, 60
Gluten-Free Baking, 37
Golds Gym: The Total Fitness Manual, 92
Grandmothers Journal, 68
Great Food for Kids, 29
Grill Master, 39
Grill School, 16
Guides, The, 94
Gun: 100 Greatest Firearms, 95

H
Happiest Mom, The, 99
Happy Family Organic Superfoods Cookbook for
Baby & Toddler, 30
Healthy Dish of the Day, 27
Healthy in a Hurry, 37
Hello Glow, 50
Home Baked Comfort, 41
Hot Sex, 97
How to Catch Bass, 94
How to Hunt Everything, 94
How to Photograph Everything, 62
How to Survive Anything, 81
How to Survive Off the Grid, 82
Hungry Family Cookbook, The, 29
Hunting & Gathering Survival Manual, The, 86
Hunting Guide, 94

I
Ice Creamery Cookbook, The, 39
Ice Pops, 40
Imagine, 65
Ink Master Coloring Book, 69
Italian Comfort Food, 42
Its a Pleasure, 21

J
Juice Solution, The, 37
Juicy Drinks, 40
Junior Chef Cookbook, The, 45

K
Kids Baking, 45
Kids Cookbook, The, 45
Kids Parties, 45
Kingdom Series, 109
Kitchen Garden Cookbook, 37

L
La Vie Rustique, 12
Lets Cook Japanese Food!, 6
Lets Do Brunch, 38
Listomania, 98
Little Cooks, 45
Look Good, Feel Good, 97

Lost Notebook, The, 96


Love in Spoonfuls, 44
Lunch Box, The, 42
Luscious Fruit Desserts, 39

M
Magic Color Flair, 96
Make it Spicy, 40
Malaysia, 8
Mamushka, 9
Massage, 97
Mickey Mouse, 96
Mighty Worlds Series, 105
Mini Pies, 40
Mix Shake Stir, 38
My Big Book of Baby Animals, 109
My First Book of Learning, 109
My Indian Cookbook, 10
My Poster Books, 106

N
Nail Candy, 53
Natural Disaster Survival Handbook, The, 84
New Classics Cookbook, The, 42
New Cocktail Classics, The, 17
New Comfort Food, The, 42
New Kosher, The, 43
New Slow Cooker, The, 41
New Spiralizer Cookbook, The, 24

O
Of the Day Series, 27
Office (in)Activity Guide, The, 71
One Calm Day, 65
One Pot of the Day, 27
Only Way Out is Through, The 66
On-the-Go Parents Guides, 99
Our Korean Kitchen, 8
Outdoor Manuals Series, The, 87
Outdoor Survival Guide, 94

P
Papermania!, 109
Parents Guides, 99
Pasta Night, 28
Perfect Panini, 40
Pie Cookbook, The, 18
Pinocchio, 96
Pizza, 40
Pizza Night, 28
Playtime!, 99
Popular Science Expert Series, 75
Power Blending Cookbook, The, 24
Pregnancy Planner, 99
Prepare for Anything Survival Manual, The, 86
Pressure Cooker Cookbook, The, 40
Punches & Infused Rums, 15

Q
Quick & Easy Home DIY Manual, The, 55
Quick-Look Cookbooks, 34
Quick Slow Cooking, 41

R
Riding Skills, 94
Rifle Guide, 94
RuPauls Drag Race Paper Doll Book, 69
Rustic Italian, 11
Rustic Spanish, 11

S
Salad of the Day, 26
Salt Plate Cookbook, The, 24
SAVEUR Cookbooks, 42
Scattered Among the Nations, 95
School Night, 28
Secrets of Codes, The, 95
Sheet Pan, 22
Show Me Series, 98
Show Off, 109
Shotgun Guide, 94
Side Dish Handbook, The, 40
Simply One Pot, 41
Simply Soup, 41
Skillet Supper Cookbook, The, 25
Skinny Grill Cookbook, The, 24
Smoothies & Beyond, 37
Snapshot Picture Library, 108
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 96
Somebody to Love, 70
Sorella, 38
Soup of the Day, 26
Soups and Stews, 42
South of France Cookbook, The, 13
Spiralizer Cookbook, The, 24
Spiralizer Cookbook 2.0, The, 24
Style Yourself, 97
Subversive Cross Stitch Coloring and
Activity Book, 68
Superfoods Cookbook, The, 37
Surf: 100 Greatest Waves, 95
Survival Handbook Series, 84
Survival Manuals Series, The, 86
Sussman Brothers Series, 38
Sweet Treats, 45
Sweet Scoops, 40
Switched On, 64

T
Taco Night, 28
Take Your Best Shot, 62
Taste of the World, A, 43
Tech Upgrades Guide, 94
Test Kitchen Series, 24
Thanksgiving, 40

This Happened to Me!, 94


Total Boating Manual, The, 88
Total Bowhunting Manual, The, 87
Total Cat Manual, The, 59
Total Deer Hunter Manual, The, 87
Total Dirt Rider Manual, The, 89
Total Dog Manual, The, 58
Total Fishing Manual, The, 87
Total Fly Fishing Manual, The, 87
Total Grilling Manual, The, 17
Total Gun Manual, The, 86
Total Inventors Manual, The, 72
Total Motorcycling Manual, The, 89
Total Outdoorsman Manual, The, 87
Total Outdoorsman: Skills & Tools, The, 87
Total Poker Manual, The, 77
Total Skywatchers Manual, The, 76
Trends Series, 40
Two in the Kitchen, 44

U
Ultimate Backcountry Survival
Manual, The, 86
Ultimate Shooting Skills Manual, The, 86
Ultimate Survival Manual,
Extreme Edition, The, 86
Ultimate Wilderness Survival
Handbook, The, 84
Ultimate Winter Survival Handbook,
The, 84
Urban Remedy, 37
Urban Survival Guide, 94

V
Vegetable of the Day, 27
VOLT ink., 38

W
Water to Paper, Paint to Sky, 96
Waffles, 40
Way We Cook, The, 42
Weeknight Fresh and Fast, 36
Weeknight Gluten Free, 36
Weeknight Series, 36
Weeknight Vegetarian, 36
Whats for Dinner Series, 28
Whitetail Hunting Guide, 94
Wild Chef, The, 39
Wonder of Nature Series, The, 104
Working Mom Survival Guide, 99
World Kitchen, The, 43
Worlds Best Fishing Stories, The, 95
Worlds Best Life Hacks, 71

Y
Year-Round Roasting, 41
Yemek, 10
Yoga, 97

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