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A Super Upsetting Cookbook about Sandwiches by Tyler Kord
A Super Upsetting Cookbook about Sandwiches by Tyler Kord
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The chef of a wild and wildly popular group of sandwich shops takes you inside his wonderfully off-kilter mind: a place where bread, condiments, vegetables, and meats mingle in delicious, unexpected recipes and where his raves, rants, jokes, and stories run free. Tyler Kord is chef-owner of the expanding duchy of the lauded No. 7 restaurant and four No. 7 Sub shops in New York. He is also a terrifically neurotic man who directs his energy into writing fall-down-funny stories and rants about sandwich philosophy, love, self-loathing, Lil Wayne, Tom Cruise, and the life of a chef. Most of these stories also happen to be truly excellent recipes in this convention-breaking cookbook. Come for the laughs, stay for the roast beef sub with fried shallots and smoked French dressing.

Flour Lab
Flour Lab
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Adam Leonti started a movement--now, with Flour Lab, he puts fresh flour within reach for all home bakers with this informative and authoritative guide on making, baking, and cooking with flour milled from whole grains, which includes 20 tentpole recipes. In Flour Lab, the new definitive book on flour, chef Adam Leonti shows you the best tools and techniques for making flour that is better-tasting and more nutritious than pre-ground flours. He gives expert tips on where to source wheat, how to mill at home, and how to work with different grains. Here, too, he specifically addresses the idiosyncrasies of working with freshly milled flour as opposed to what's found on supermarket shelves. Twenty recipes for breads, pasta, pizza, cakes, and pastries serve as a practical instruction for using fresh flour in a variety of ways.

Knitting the Perfect Fit
Knitting the Perfect Fit
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How do you take your knitted garments from boxy to polished and precisely fitted? Fully Fashioned Shaping Techniques is an invaluable guide for anyone interested in learning and perfecting shaping details in their knitting. Acclaimed designer and teacher Melissa Leapman distills one of her most in-demand workshops into an authoritative guide that will help knitters understand how designer details and shaping actually work. From a variety of necklines and arm details to different trompe l'oeil shaping techniques that offer a more slimming and flattering look to any garment no matter your body type, this is the first book that truly delves deeply into easily mastered techniques that knitters can use to adapt and customize any project. Each technique is thoroughly explained with tips and exercised and then showcased in 21 appealing projects that allow knitters to practise their new skills.