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Where Chefs Eat Is a Guide to Famous Chefs’ Favorite Restaurants

After a long night sweating over some pots and pans, a chef has to eat. And knowing a thing or two about good food, he/she usually knows where to go. If you want to know what the chefs know, pick up the latest volume of Where Chefs Eat. The 900+ page book is filled with restaurant selections from the likes of David Chang, Shannon Bennett, René Redzepi, and many more. These legendary chefs detail their favorite spots to help you plan your next night out. Also included are maps, reservation policies, and other key info you might need when you've decided to book a table. And who knows, maybe René Redzepi will be sitting next to you discussing his latest hay-infused creation at Noma.
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Vinyl Me, Please Is the Best Damn Record Club SPONSORED

Thanks to modern technology, we've lost touch with our music. We've waved goodbye to sound quality and owning our favorite albums. To fix this, get a turntable. Then sign up for Vinyl Me, Please. Every month they'll send you exclusive pressings of albums worthy of your time. Each comes with original 12" x 12" album-inspired art and a custom cocktail pairing. Past selections have included 'Lost In The Dream' from War on Drugs and many others. Sign up now and start with an exclusive pressing of Father John Misty's latest. It's like Record Store Day with free delivery and no lines. ... check it out
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The Curated Netflix For Vinyl

Are you tired of crate digging at your local record shop for that gem you might never find? Does your record collection need some variety? Do you want music recommendations from human beings instead of algorithms? If you answered yes to any of those questions, you should check out the new subscription service VNYL. ... continue reading
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Monocle Launches The Forecast

Monocle has been inspiring people (read: us) for as long as it's been around. The Monocle Guide to Good Business is phenomenal. The Support Japan bracelet was excellent. And the magazine itself, well, Monocle is Monocle. Now, Monocle is launching The Forecast, a new annual magazine packed with insights about the year ... continue reading
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The Big Book of Bacon

If we're being completely honest, and if metabolism wasn't an issue, we'd eat bacon for every meal. You can eat it on bread with vegetables. You can put it on burgers on and sandwiches. You can crumble it up for soup and salad. Or, you can eat it by itself because it's for breakfast, lunch, dinner and fourth meal. ... continue reading
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The Cook’s Illustrated Meat Book

The full title of this book is The Cook's Illustrated Meat Book: The Game-Changing Guide that Teaches You How to Cook Meat and Poultry with 425 Bulletproof Recipes. Full disclosure: we haven't read the entire book... in print. Thanks to Amazon's handy "Look Inside" feature, we got through most of the book. We're still ... continue reading
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Herb Is a Gourmet Cannabis Cookbook

A stoner cannot survive on brownies alone. Herb is a cookbook that will take cooking with cannabis to another level. Instead of simply making cannabutter and using it in some gut-bombs, Herb gives you hundreds of recipes to make gourmet meals that all include weed. From soups to steaks, you'll be greeted with a new ... continue reading
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Baking Bad: A Parody Cookbook

It's time to acquire an old RV, build a little mobile kitchen, and start baking bad. This parody cookbook is loaded with delicious treats inspired by Breaking Bad all sans meth. Inside you'll find formulas for concocting Ricin Krispie Squares, Heisen(Batten) Burg Cake, Tighty Whitey Bites, and loads of more snacks ... continue reading
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