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No longer confined to the domain of the domestic, today craft is prized in almost every sphere of creative endeavor, whether architecture, food, fine art, or fashion. The Handmade Life serves as both inspiration and instruction manual.
Turn stuff around the house--magazines and shopping bags, candy wrappers and paint sample cards, wrapping paper, old maps, and paper towel tubes--into stunning jewelry, gifts, home decor, party favors, and much more.
A cookbook by local chef, Shelley Boris addresses seasonality, budget, and diverse diets and tastes. Built around meals Boris created for the Garrison Institute, a retreat center in New York's Hudson Valley, it contains thirty-six menus, with four to five delicious recipes in each, organized by month.
Learn to chop, mix, and stir your way to kitchen magic and find out how to make perfect pasta, wonderful wraps, and much more. Perfect for budding young chefs looking to cook with confidence, this book will help make sure all your meals hit the spot.
#1 New York Times Bestseller Magnolia Table is infused with Joanna Gaines' warmth and passion for all things family, prepared and served straight from the heart of her home, with recipes inspired by dozens of Gaines family favorites and classic comfort selections from the couple's new Waco restaurant, Magnolia Table.
The award-winning author of An Everlasting Meal revives and improves classic recipes in a gorgeously illustrated cookbook. In Something Old, Something New she presents over 100 recipes she loves best. From Steak Diane to Peach Melba, Adler enlivens culinary classics with ample use of acid and herbs, simplified techniques, and contemporary ways of serving.