This New York Times Bestseller, The Drunken Botanist ($16) looks at how great drinks have the humblest of beginnings. Think about it, a grain of rice becomes Sake, barley is transformed into Scotch, agave gives us Tequila, rum started life as sugarcane and bourbon comes from corn. In The Drunken Botanist, author Amy Stewart explores in depth a dizzying array of flowers, herbs, fruits, fungi and trees which, through inspiration, ingenuity and desperation, humans have transformed over the centuries into alcoholic beverages. This is a great book, and a whole lot of fun while being informative at the same time. Now where did I put that still?
This is the first ever book that, through the lens of pop culture, explored the many facets that play a part in living as a cowboy. Cowboy: The Ultimate Guide to Living Like a Great American Icon both educates and entertains with its insider look as such topics as chuck wagon cooking, rodeos, ranching, country ...[Read More]