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The Snacking Dead

While you wait for the walker-filled bloodbath that is The Walking Dead to return to TV, spend your time eating like the undead with The Snacking Dead: A Parody In A Cookbook ($12). Part love story, part parody, and part cookbook, it tells the tale of Pam Beaumont, a cook surviving the apocalypse while nurturing romantic feelings for our favorite crossbow-toting badass, Daryl. It's filled with zombie-survival-themed recipes like: Sweetish Fleshballs, Nachos of the Living Dead, Gratuitous Violence Jello Mold, and Elbows Casserole. So (when the end comes), as the biters devour your loved ones outside, you'll be eating like a survivalist king barricaded in your compound.

  • Feed Zone Portables

    When you spend a lot of time running, biking, hiking, backpacking, climbing, or training, you know how important it is to get all the energy you can from your food — but too often that means resorting to bars, gels, and other unnatural foods. With Feed Zone Portables: A Cookbook of On-the-Go Food for Athletes ($18) you can eat real meals, even when you're short on time and need to take them with you, all while still getting the greatest amount of energy possible from your food. In addition to the dozens of great recipes (including gluten-free and vegetarian), you'll learn about the importance of real food, and how best to nourish and hydrate your body.

  • Hugh Hefner's Playboy

    Learn how he rose from a lowly cartoonist in Chicago to the founder of one of the most successful men's magazines in Hugh Hefner's Playboy ($160). Read the story of his military history, work as a cartoonist, his many beautiful girlfriends, and the rise of Playboy, all told by the man himself. This six-volume hardcover collection contains writing from well-known authors — Mailer, Fleming, Bradbury — original artwork, cartoons, correspondence, 25 fold-outs, and a wealth of many never-before-seen photographs from the Playboy Mansion, Playboy Clubs and the Big Bunny jet.