2017 Holiday Gifts from Our Teachers: Books

Posted by A69143a5 tiny Jen on dec 13, 2017 under Blog Post

So, so many of our wonderful teachers have published books over the years that you can probably find one to please everyone on your holiday shopping list (seriously). 

Check them out below:

Eight Flavors by Sarah Lohman

The perfect gift for your foodie friends, this book looks at the history of the most popular flavors in American cooking and the people who shaped that history.
 

The Chinese Takeout Cookbook by Diana Kuan  

This indispensable cookbook will teach you to make Chinese takeout favorites at home, from moo shu pork to black sesame ice cream.
 

The Flower Chef: A Modern Guide to Do-It-Yourself Floral Arrangements by Carly Cylinder

This guide to floral design will tell you everything you need to know about flower arranging, with gorgeous images throughout.

Gowanus: Brooklyn's Curious Canal by Joseph Alexiou

Discover the forgotten origins of this infamous New York waterway and learn about how the Gowanus has affected the culture of Brooklyn.

Infested by Brooke Borel

Science writer Brooke Borel combines storytelling and scientific expertise to reveal the history of the dreaded yet fascinating bed bug.  

The Chicago Guide to Fact-Checking by Brooke Borel

This readable yet thorough guide is the perfect gift for the journalist, editor, or news junkie in your life.

Vibrant India: Fresh Vegetarian Recipes from Bangalore to Brooklyn by Chitra Agrawal 

So much delicious food! Chitra's book is both gorgeous and user friendly. 

Jam On: The Craft of Canning Fruit by Laena McCarthy

All the jam recipes you could ever need! Sophisticated recipes that are also simple to make, for both new and experienced jam makers. 

Creative Wax Carving: A Modern Approach to an Ancient Craft with 15 Jewelry Projects by Emilie Shapiro

Have someone on your list who makes jewelry (or wants to)? Emilie has you covered with her how-to wax carving guide. 

From First Kiss to Forever: A Scientific Approach to Love by Marisa Cohen

How do we fall in and out of love? What goes into selecting a mate? Marisa will explain it all. 

Concrete New York by Allison C. Meier

For all your architecturally-minded friends, a guide to the most impressive and important concrete structures in NYC. 
 
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