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Meat Planet

by Rachel Jagareski

Benjamin Aldes Wurgaft’s "Meat Planet" is a thoughtful examination of the technological, ethical, and cultural issues swirling around the development of artificial flesh. It’s a quick-witted, journalistic survey of lab-cultured... Read More

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Baltic

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Simon Bajada’s enticing and inspiring cookbook "Baltic" is an ode to a region that, though influenced by outsiders, remains all its own. Bajada presents the post-Soviet cuisines of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania as diverse and... Read More

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We Will Feast

by Melissa Wuske

Kendall Vanderslice’s tantalizing "We Will Feast" showcases the power of food in Christian faith communities. Most people have experienced intense bonding over a meal, but why and how does it happen—and can eating occupy a central... Read More

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Just Enough

by Jessie Horness

Part memoir, part cookbook, part philosophical musing, "Just Enough" is perhaps the first recipe anthology you’ll read cover-to-cover before placing it on your kitchen shelf. In eleven reflective chapters, Gesshin Claire Greenwood uses... Read More

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Are You Afraid of the Dark Rum?

by Katie Asher

Sam Slaughter’s 90s-themed cocktail book "Are You Afraid of the Dark Rum?" is full of delicious drinks, nostalgia, and just the right amount of corny humor. Puns and plays-on-words are abundant in this book. It induces strong 90s... Read More

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