As a self-proclaimed cookbook addict, More Is More has quickly become one of my top picks this year. I love the personal stories Baz shares throughout the book, and the QR codes linking to instructional videos for the more complex recipes are a game-changer. I'll definitely be cooking from this book all winter!Recommended by Rudy K.
I usually struggle to finish short story collections, but the expertly woven connections between some of these narratives immediately drew me in and held my attention till the last page. Each story is so convincingly portrayed that you could easily forget it's a work of fiction.Recommended by Rudy K.
Users immediately drew me in with its dark humor and clever commentary on the addictive nature of technology. Winnette creates a compelling, and anxiety-inducing world where the line between reality and illusion is blurred.Recommended by Rudy K.
Whether you're a vegan, vegetarian, or simply looking to incorporate more plant-based meals into your diet, Ever-Green Vietnamese is a must-have. It's a testament to the versatility and adaptability of Vietnamese cuisine, and a reminder that great food doesn't have to come at the expense of our values or the planet. Highly recommend trying the Pho Chay (Vegan Pho)!Recommended by Rudy K.
Katherine May’s Enchantment is a must-read for anyone seeking to rediscover the sense of wonder we carry about the world as children. A highly relatable and thought-provoking read that’ll help you recognize beauty in the mundane.Recommended by Rudy K.
The Creative Act is a powerfully inspiring book for anyone seeking to pursue a more creative life. Rick Rubin demystifies the creative process, showing that it’s mostly a matter of discipline, experimentation, and self-reflection.Recommended by Rudy K.