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“Oh Come all ye Tasteful”

~ The Foodie’s Guide to a Millionaire’s Christmas Feast

by Ian Flitcroft


Have you ever watched ‘A Christmas Carol’ and thought “I would love to create my own Victorian Christmas”? Well now you can, thanks to Oh Come All Ye Tasteful, a funny and interesting look at recipes that are fit for a King. This book allows you to create an absolute show stopper of a Christmas, with recipes that include Truffled Turkey, Scrambled Eggs Roulette and a twist on the traditional Mulled Wine recipe. With quotes from the likes of Charles Dickens and Maark Twain thrown in, this isn’t your regular Christmas Cookbook and is definitely worth adding to your Christmas shopping list!


The Knitter’s Handbook

By Eleanor van Zandt


The Knitter’s Handbook will introduce you to the pleasures of knitting and help you to develop the techniques you need to tackle any knitting pattern. Whether you want to learn the basics or are an experienced knitter who wants to try complex patterns, The Knitter’s Handbook will guide you through more than 90 stitches and techniques. Featuring a comprehensive guide to yarns and patterns, clear and easy-to-follow instructions and 250 step-by-step illustrations, this practical book will help you master the techniques in no time. Throughout the book you will find hints for making your knitting easier and more successful. The Knitter’s Handbook is an essential guide to knitting, stitches and techniques


The Sartorialist X

By Scott Schuman


Scott Schuman is back to complete his trilogy of street-style bibles…

From pencils and paintbrushes (iPhones vs Canons), turning catwalk photos upside down, and an ode to his fashion godparents, the authority on street-style photography continues to inspire and create in his broadest collection of images yet. The Sartorialist X spans Schuman’s last 3 years in New York, London, Milan, Peru, Bali, India, and Bhutan, revealing the universality of style and surprising the reader with every turn of the page. Scott Schuman started The Sartorialist simply to share photos of people on the street that he thought looked great. The blog has received over 14 million page views per month. His work resides in the permanent collections of the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography and has been featured in GQ, Vogue Italia, Vogue Paris, and Interview. He lives in New York and takes pictures all over the world

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