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Eating With The Chefs

Swedish photographer Per-Anders Jörgense traveled around the world not to eat in the world´s most famous restaurants, but to document and photograph the chefs and staffers eating their daily meals before or after work. "Eating with the chefs"  is a beautifully illustrated book, it features "Family meals” behind closed restaurant doors and intimate scenes captured through exquisite photography at top restaurants including Noma, Le Chateaubriand and The French Laundry. The book also includes staff favorites easy-to-follow recipes.

Also available for purchase in Europe here




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ZOKU ICED COFFEE MAKER

The new Zoku Ice Coffee Maker makes it easier than ever to have a delicious cup of iced coffee. Simply pre-chill the stainless steel mug in the freezer, pour freshly brewed coffee into the innovative stainless steel mug, then slip on the special insulating sleeve. You´re ready to go, no more diluting it down with melting ice! Besides coffee, you can also throw in the Zoku, a nice cup of iced tea. The spill-proof travel mug comes with a tight fitting lid and a durabl...
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EDGE WALK | CN TOWER TORONTO

EdgeWalk at the CN Tower, has become Toronto’s most extreme attraction. Thrill lovers will walk on the edge of one of the world’s tallest buildings, 356m/1168ft (116 storeys) above the ground. Visitors will walk in groups of six, while attached to an overhead safety rail via a trolley and harness system. Trained EdgeWalk guides will encourage participants to push their personal limits, allowing them to lean back over Toronto with nothing but air and breathtaking vie...
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NORWEGIAN WOOD

Norwegian Wood has been a best seller in Scandinavian countries for the past year, a book about the wisdom of chopping, stacking, and drying wood the Scandinavian way. The beautifully illustrated book provides useful advice, practical tips, interesting facts and anecdotes, but also dives into the history of our relationship with wood and fire. This US edition is a fully updated version of the Norwegian original, but with an appendix of US based resources and contact...
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