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Rock The Shack

In modern times, with cities more crowded than ever, city dwellers are yearning for rural escapes, mountain cabins, and seaside homes for recharging batteries, escaping the hectic city life and connecting with nature. Rock The Shack features a compelling range of cabins, tree houses, cocoons and hide-outs, beautifully illustrated over 240 pages with amazing photos of the inviting retreats as well as unique geographic locations. Get it in Europe here

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BELOW ZERO

Cold temperatures invite a variety of unique ways to interact with nature, from dog sledding to ice fishing to waterfall climbing to bandy, ice motocross and figure skating, countless possibilities await beyond the crowded ski slope and traditional winter activities. Below Zero is a new book by publisher Gestalten, it features dazzling images and explores the brisk side of nature’s beauty and the adventures that await when the temperature falls....
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HACKING WHISKEY

Whiskey expert Aaron Goldfarb has accumulated numerous tips and tricks to help you temper your whiskey to greatness in the privacy of your own home. Hacking Whiskey is a collection of ingenious ideas and insider secrets about the weird yet delightful ways in which whiskey is being used today. You´ll learn how to upgrade your whiskey like making cheap homemade blends that taste fancy, infusing whiskey with marijuana smoke, adding it to infinity bottles, and doing bon...
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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 restaurant´s 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 restaurant...
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