Entertainment

  • Where Bartenders Drink

    Where Bartenders Drink

    Want to know the best spots to score the best cocktails and craft beers in the very best bars? Then grab a copy of Where Bartenders Drink, an anti-teetotal tome concocted by hundreds of alcohol experts offering up the locations of 750 drinking dens across dozens of countries–covering everything from neighborhood ‘locals’ to legendary high-end hotel bars.

     
  • Make It Spicy: More than 50 Recipes that Pack a Punch

    Make It Spicy: More than 50 Recipes that Pack a Punch

    Whether you enjoy a meal bursting with chiles or a few extra spices for just a mild flavor boost, Make It Spicy: More than 50 Recipes that Pack a Punch will be your go-to guide for spicy cooking. The 50 easy-to-follow recipes provide customizable heat levels and expert tips for a variety of delicious cuisines.

     
  • Knuckles

    Knuckles

    Edward Bishop’s limited edition book, Knuckles, is a groundbreaking photographic collection. The people in the book use their bodies for artistic expression, becoming both the artist and the canvas. Knuckles captures these emotions and insights in a way that will make you react and appreciate the artists’ perspective.

     
  • Where to Eat Pizza

    Where to Eat Pizza

    Whether you fancy a thin New York slice or a cheesy, thick deep-dish pie, your search from the perfect pizza now has a map. In Where to Eat Pizza, over 1,000 food experts and aficionados from around the world reveal their insider tips on where to find the ultimate slice. Featuring more than 1,700 worldwide pizzerias, this guide includes detailed city maps, reviews, key information and all the expert tips you need to satisfy your quest.

     
  • The Man Who Made Things Out of Trees

    The Man Who Made Things Out of Trees

    In The Man Who Made Things Out of Trees, Robert Penn chronicles his journeys around the world, meeting people who work with and appreciate the possibilities and beauty of crafting with ash wood. He also delves into our complicated relationship with forests and the growing needs for conservation.

     
  • Food & Beer

    Food & Beer

    With the ever-expanding collection of premium craft beers, the time is right to learn how to pair beer with food. In the debut book by Danish gypsy brewer Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergso and Canadian chef Daniel Burns, Food & Beer, you’ll get to the heart of how to elevate beer to the level of wine in fine dining with more than 75 recipes.

     
  • The Food Lab

    The Food Lab

    In The Food Lab, Serious Eats’ J. Kenji Lopez-Alt explains the science behind beloved American favorites to teach you how to create great food in your own kitchen. In hundreds of easy-to-make recipes, with over 1,000 full-color images, Kenji will quickly have you pan-frying, charring, and transforming food with new and simple techniques that deliver great-tasting results every time.

     
  • Scratch & Sniff Guide to Becoming a Wine Expert

    Scratch & Sniff Guide to Becoming a Wine Expert

    Become the wine expert you’ve always wanted to be with the help of mater sommelier Richard Betts. In his humorously illustrated book, The Essential Scratch & Sniff Guide to Becoming a Wine Expert, you’ll learn all the basics of wine–the fruits, the wood, the earth–in a fun and inventive way. With 16 scents, this guide is all about the wine without any of the pretentious attitude.