On Beer and Food supports the age-old idea that meals are made better with beer. This 169-page hardcover offers extensive insights about craft beer varieties, food and beer pairings, and even how to best use beer as an ingredient in your cooking.
Another book about Steve Jobs, the world’s most celebrated CEO. In Becoming Steve Jobs, authors Brent Schendler & Rick Tetzeli teamed up to do what all the other books (except for Walter Isaacson’s) haven’t: make this guy interesting. Drawing on exclusive access to Jobs’ inner circle, including Tim Cook, Jony Ive, Eddy Cue, Ed Catmull, & many more it paints a vivid portrait of Apple’s iconic visionary.
The world of barbecue doesn’t begin in Kansas City & end in west Texas. This book proves it. Celebrity chef Ben O’Donoghue has circumnavigated the planet to bring you 180+ Barbeque Recipes from Around the World. It also features recommended drinks & deserts to compliment your meals.
Founding member of the Grateful Dead & the drummer for every one of their over 2,300 concerts, Bill Kreutzmann was center-stage for over 30 years in one of America’s most legendary bands. In this new book, he offers up full disclosure on life with the Dead—or as much of it he could recall considering all the drugs.
This book is a raw, first-hand look into the life of America’s private paramilitary warriors and their highly secretive work around the world. Written by Jamie Smith, a founding director of Blackwater & a paramilitary contractor with more than 20 years of operations in war-torn hotspots, this is no Brian Williams report, this is the real deal.
Willie is an American legend—a country music icon, outlaw, 10X Grammy winner, and activist. Now 80 years old, Nelson is opening the book on his extraordinary life. The highs, the lows. Drugs, ladies, the law, the songs, success & founding Farm Aid. It’s all in here.
For the President of the United States Of America the work never stops. Yeah right. In Party Like A President: True Tales of Inebriation, Lechery, and Mischief From the Oval Office, humor writer Brian Abrams offers a hilarious, and true American history from Washington-to-Obama that chronicles vice-by-vice how the presidents like to party.
Who are the “experts” that rate restaurants? In this new guidebook from Phaidon, the experts are actual chefs, more than 600 from all over the world who recommend 3000 legit restaurants from Austin to Zurich. Includes detailed city maps, reviews, reservation policies, key information and honest comments from the chefs themselves.
Harvey Kurtzman was the original editor, artist, and sole writer of Mad Magazine, one of the greatest publishing successes of the 20th century. This biography reveals the true story of the man who revolutionized humor in America featuring interviews with Hugh Hefner, R. Crumb, Jack Davis, & many others.
In The Art Of The Pimp, Dennis Hof, proprietor of the world-famous BunnyRanch brothel and the P.T. Barnum of prostitution, charts his path to fame and infamy, while dispensing homespun wisdom about sex, sales, money, and how to live as the country’s most recognizable pimp. credit: amazon.com