The Thug Kitchen website has attracted millions of devout fans and followers because it makes mincemeat of the vapid, pretentious musings of the Gwyneth Paltrow variety and replaces them with honest ideas about food and getting more of what’s good for you. As in, eat your “Goddamn vegetables!” Now these culinary thugs have written a cookbook. One that guys like us might actually open.
Having a girl’s name wasn’t Kim Philby’s biggest problem. As one of Britain’s greatest spies, he rose through the ranks providing counterintelligence against the Soviets during the cold war. But as it later turned out, Philby was a traitor feeding western secrets & intel straight back to Moscow for over 20 years.
Master bartender and blogger Jeffrey Morgenthaler says bartending is not an art but rather a craft. He believes that making a better tasting, better looking cocktail comes down to technique and knowledge. In this comprehensive guide to cocktail craft, he breaks it all down from ingredients to methods.
Stopping just short of showing you how to distill your own moonshine, this book is a history of America’s most infamous liquor and author Jaime Joyce thoroughly explores the legends and lore of America’s early ’shiners as well as its origins, legal history and pop-cultural significance.
Jack Devine was a CIA operative who ran with the rebels in Afghanistan, chased down Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar, and spent his career doing lots of other black file dirty work for the CIA. This is his memoir.
Most of us just want a liquid vacation; a buzz to temporarily erase the sad truth called reality. But, surely there are a few others out there who actually care about the “science” of how booze happens. This one’s for you. From distilling to fermentation to aging, this book explores & explains the biology of the world’s most popular adult beverages.
Voted “Number One Partier In The Nation” by Rolling Stone, Bret Kreischer is a maniac, comedian and now author. The movie Van Wilder was based on Bret’s real life, so you know this dude’s got stories. Like the time he wrestled a bear on national television …
Harrison Ford’s son Ben is an adventurous chef. Like Indiana Jones wearing an apron. In addition to recipes and advice on how to cook for large groups, Ben shares stories about growing up with his famous actor dad. But it’s not just fluff, Ben Ford spent years studying under some of California’s most famous chefs—and not just the ones employed by his dad.
Many would credit the gargantuan riffs and scuzzy tone of Angus Young’s Gibson SG with making the magic but there’s a lot more to AC/DC’s decades-long success story and this book breaks it all down. Part biography of the 3 Young brothers and part critical appreciation, this is a serious book about a band that seriously rocks.
Once hailed as the “most important company in the world,” this book is the first full history of Intel Corporation, told through the lives of the three most important figures in the company’s history: Robert Noyce, Gordon Moore, and Andy Grove; the trio of geniuses credited with the development of the microprocessor.