Ernest Hemingway had a well known insatiable appetite for the good things in life. His love of writing was only rivaled by his voracious appetite for good food and drink. The Hemingway Cookbook ($15) is a collection of over 125 recipes from both his life and his art and feature such unique and delicious dishes as Dorado Fillet in Damn Good Sauce, Woodcock Flambe in Armagnac, Campfire Apple Pie and Fillet of Lion washed down with Gordon’s Gin and Campari cool Cuba Libre. They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, but here it leads us to Hemingway’s mind, brilliant.
There has never been a better time to be a beer drinker, but it also the most confusing time thanks to the dizzying array of beer we now have on draft. Beer expert Joshua M. Bernstein comes to our rescue with his great book The Complete Beer Course ($16), which demystifies brews and breaks down ...[Read More]