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The Food Lab

The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science is a New York Times bestseller, itīs the ultimate book for nerds that cook. Ever wondered how to pan-fry a steak with a charred crust thatīs perfectly medium-rare? How to make perfect homemade mac īnī cheese? or maybe how to roast a succulent, moist turkey? The book features hundreds of easy-to-make recipes, and focuses on the science behind beloved American dishes, delving into the interactions between heat, energy, and molecules that create great food, illustrated in full color.

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DUSIT THANI RESORT | MALDIVES

Another breathtaking escape in the unparalleled luxury setting of destination Maldives. The Dusit Thani Resort is on Mudhdhoo Island and features 100 villas including the exclusive Ocean Pavilions and Beach Residences. Having opened its doors in early 2012, the idyllic unrivaled tropical surroundings deliver a unique experience to its guests....
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100 CONTEMPORARY CONCRETE BUILDINGS

Concrete is one of the noble materials of contemporary architecture, this new book by Taschen called 100 Contemporary Concrete Buildings features the most exciting projects behind the contemporary concrete trend. The two-volume book highlights the best concrete work in recent years by star Architects such as Zaha Hadid and Herzog & de Meuron, to rising stars of the international scene such as James Turrell and Rudy Ricciotti. Available for purchase in Eur...
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WHISKEY ELEMENTS

Whiskey Elements is an ingenious product developed by Time & Oak. What it does is transform your regular whiskey into a high-quality one. How does it accomplish such a deed? Well, they did spend some time developing it, they started out by studying the chemical components present in the normal and in the top of the line whiskeyīs, and found out that there were some components that made the difference…and it was probably due to the contact with wood, that has the...
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