To say that Rocky Nook produces beautiful photography books is an understatement. They’ve done it again with Capture: Digital Photography Essentials by Glenn Rand, Christopher Broughton, and Amanda Quintenz-Fiedler, all experienced photographers and teachers.
For thousands of years, pilgrims and travelers have been walking The Camino, the way, the path, the road, the journey. They all end in Santiago, Spain, the destination of many mediaeval pilgrims.
Who doesn’t love tacos? Just wrap whatever you’d like around a soft or crisp corn or flour tortilla and you’ve got the ultimate walking around food.
Want to cook like a professional chef, but not interested in culinary school? Chef Stewart Woodman and his book, Shefzilla: Conquering Haute Cuisine at Home can help.
If you’re a wine and food lover and are heading to British Columbia’s beautiful islands, take this book.
This cookbook makes you want to throw over your civilized life, strap on boots and head north to the Yukon.
If you believe this book’s co-authors, Steve Maxwell and Jennifer MacKenzie, anyone can have and use a root cellar!
Whether you’re a novice cook or a professional, to be successful in the kitchen, you need to be able to properly use knives.
This book will inspire you and your friends and family to get together and create warm feelings, community and enjoy delicious cookies.
The award-winning The Food Substitutions Bible offers more than 6,500 substitutions for ingredients, equipments, and techniques for cooks.
Filled with stunningly beautiful photos of African animals, this book shows a level of excellence in photography most of us can only dream about.
James R. Leverentz is a master of making the process of producing delicious cheese at home sound relatively easy and doable.