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Whole Beast Butchery

Whole Beast Butchery

Talk up your local organic grocer all you want, but if you're looking to get the most wholesome, freshest meats possible, there's no better way than to cut them yourself. Whole Beast Butchery ($25) is a step-by-step guide on how to procure, prepare, and utilize whole animals, illustrated with 500 photographs, and penned by self-taught meat guru Ryan Farr. As an added bonus, should society collapse around you, you'll be able to have a useful new profession.

  • The American Cocktail

    If a trip across the country isn't in your near future, why not do the next best thing and virtually drink your way from coast to coast? Written by the editors of Imbibe Magazine, The American Cocktail ($14) will let you do just that by offering up 50 recipes from top bartenders across the U.S., each focused on regionally produced spirits, sodas, fruits and herbs, but simple enough to make that you can sub in your own local favorites when necessary. After all, what else do you have to do this winter?

  • The Art of Pixar

    Whether you're an animation buff or simply like learning more about the creative process, The Art of Pixar ($35) is a requirement for a cool coffee table this fall. Spanning over 300 pages, this unique tome offers a behind-the-scenes tour of every Pixar film to date, including the complete color scripts, select visual development art, and a foreword by Chief Creative Officer John Lasseter. A fitting accompaniment for Steve Jobs, and way more flip-through friendly for your couch-dwelling guests. [via]