If you've spent much time in Portland, Oregon, you've undoubtedly heard of Le Pigeon, and with any luck you've been fortunate enough to enjoy a meal there. For those who can't make it out to the Pacific Northwest, you can enjoy their French New American cuisine at home with Le Pigeon: Cooking at the Dirty Bird ($26). This cookbook is divided into sections covering the myriad of dishes available, including: Tongue, Fat Liver, Little Birds, Rabbit, Pork, Horns and Antlers, Lamb, and more. Highlights include Elk Tongue Stroganoff, Rabbit and Eel Terrine, Lamb Belly BLT, and Pork Tacos. While some of the ingredients may be a bit hard to find if you're not an all-star chef, you'll find plenty of recipes to fuel your next dinner party.
Far-flung destinations, beautiful women, gunplay, fast cars — this is life behind the cameras of the greatest spy movie franchise in film history — and now you can experience it all with Bond On Set ($20-40). These books explore behind the scenes of several of the most recent Bond films: Skyfall, 007 Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, and Die Another Day. With photography documenting the making of these thrilling movies, excerpts from the screen plays, and illuminating captions, you'll find deep insight into how these films came to be. Whether you're a die-hard Bond fan, or just a cinephile with an interest in how great movies are made, there's plenty to like in every one of these books.
Just because the saga is over, doesn't mean you can't relive your favorite moments with Phil, Stu, Alan, and Doug — and there's never been a better way to do it than with The Hangover Trilogy ($50). Follow the shenanigan-filled chronicle of the Wolf Pack as they journey from Las Vegas, to Thailand, and back to Las Vegas in this story of over-indulgence, bad decisions, and fuzzy memories. This Blu-Ray box set includes each of the movies in the trilogy, as well as a never-before-seen documentary exploring the making of these three ridiculous movies.