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Chicken And Charcoal

Japanese food lovers rejoice. Matt Abergel of Yardbird launches Chicken and Charcoal, his first cookbook that delves into the restaurantīs journey from humble beginnings to the culinary phenomenon it is today. The chef puts the spotlight on Yakitori, the time-honoured Japanese cooking technique in which chicken skewers are grilled over binchotan charcoal and enjoyed with an ice cold beer, sake or cocktail. The book reveals the magic behind the restaurantīs signature recipes, it includes everything from a step-by-step guide to Abergelīs grilling techniques, recipes for their signature cocktails, as well as chapters that explain the art of sourcing and butchering.



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Velo 3RD Gear

Riding a bicycle is more than a means of transportation; it’s a way of life. Velo is a book that explores today’s contemporary bicycle culture and style, the latest release Velo 3rd Gear, introduces the world’s best bikes along with their makers and related products, plus truly stylish bike-related clothing. It also shares compelling perspectives, stories, and experiences from the growing community of cyclists worldwide. Available for purchase in Europe here...
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SEABOARD RISE KEYBOARD

Roli have introduced their latest MIDI controller, dubbed the Seaboard RISE. The innovative keyboard provides musicians an affordable and accessible tool that lets them create authentic instrumental simulations in real time. The minimalist keyboard features pressure-sensitive continuous surface instead of individual keys, this gives the user great movement feel and a more fluid like use, allowing to shape notes and modulate sound in real time with various finger ges...
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NOMADIC HOMES

Published by Taschen, Nomadic Homes: Architecture on the move is a new book showcases some of the most remarkable examples of homes on the move. From mobile professionals living the van life to transients looking for a meal, plenty of modern humans live their life on the road. The book also points to nomadic living, as chosen lifestyle, as a political statement, bucking against conformist society and its ideals of ownership. Each abode is presented with beautiful in...
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