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Le Pigeon

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.

  • Iconic

    Whether you're a completely-obsessed Apple fanboy, or just an industrial or packaging designer looking for inspiration, Iconic: A Photographic Tribute to Apple Innovation ($75 or $300) is the coffee table book for you. Filled from cover to cover with carefully-shot photos documenting the evolution of Apple products from the Apple II to the iMac, this book details Apple's rise from a two-man company in a Silicon Valley garage to one of the top producers of consumer electronics in the world. See full-color photos of desktops, portables, iPhones, iPods, prototypes, and packaging, accompanied by introductions and quotes from Apple insiders. If you're really wild about Apple, opt for the special edition which comes in a specially-made retro peripheral case celebrating computing products from the late 70s and early 80s.

  • Understand Rap

    Rap, hip hop, whatever you want to call it — sometimes song lyrics leave you feeling clueless about their meaning — but don't worry, Understand Rap: Explanations of Confusing Rap Lyrics You & Your Grandma Can Understand ($10) is here to save you from uncool ignorance. This book explores rap lyrics from songs divided into multiple categories (braggadocio, cars, crime, disses, fashion, intoxicants, people, places, and sex) giving you deep insight into sometimes-cryptic hip hop turns of phrase. Each lyric is quoted, along with the artist, song, and album, and then explained in a matter-of-fact, academic manner that will leave even the least knowledgeable feeling like a hip hop head.