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Good Meat

Good Meat

We hate to buy flesh from factory farms, but we also love our meat, and finding the good stuff isn't always easy. That's where Good Meat ($27) comes in. This 400 page guide for conscious carnivores features tons of tips on raising sustainable meat and buying from local farmers, as well as 200+ recipes for pork, beef, lamb, poultry, and game, accompanied by gorgeous photography that will have you salivating in your seat.

  • Strange Maps

    Smartphones may have replaced the traditional map for most people, but that doesn't mean there isn't an intriguing world of cartography outside the digital realm. Strange Maps ($20) is a collection of some of the most interesting maps produced throughout the centuries, including Thomas Jefferson's proposal for dividing the Northwest Territory, a map of Thomas More's Utopia, and even a "Jesusland" map based on voter profiles. Who knows — maybe the 17th century map showing California as an island will be accurate someday.

  • 75 Years Of DC Comics

    It might seem hard for those of us born in the last 30 or so years to believe, but comic books didn't exist as few as 80 years ago — and few, if any companies played a more integral role in their development than DC. Now you can celebrate this rich heritage with 75 Years Of DC Comics: The Art Of Modern Mythmaking ($125). Weighing in at 15 lbs. and 720 pages, this oversized — roughly 18.5 x 13 — ode to all things DC includes over 2,000 images that help to illustrate the prose, which includes an in-depth look at the company's history and future, along with biographies of the comic legends who worked there. The ultimate gift for any comic book fan — unless, of course, they're a Marvel fanboy.