Eat What You Watch

The Big Kahuna Burger. Pigeon Pie. The Krabby Patty. Film and television are full of savory food moments. With his YouTube channel Binging with Babish, Andrew Rea has been recreating these iconic movie dishes in his Harlem kitchen for an audience of over one million subscribers. Now, the cinematic chef is expanding his passion for food and film with the cookbook Eat What You Watch. Like his videos, the pages are full of recipes from 40 cult films, satisfying both the foodies and film junkie in all of us.

  • Andy Warhol: The Impossible Collection

    Andy Warhol has been both popular and polarizing since the beginnings of his career, but there's one thing everyone can agree on: his pioneering, dynamic styles in art and commerce have left a lasting legacy. For the first time, the less-known works and projects — sculpture, photography, and film — are being brought together with his biggest hits in The Impossible Collection, a printed compendium of pop art appreciation that demands to be seen. Measuring in at 14 x 17 inches with over 100 illustrations and housed in a luxury clamshell case, it's sure to become a highlight of your coffee table reads.

  • Pizza Camp

    Joe Beddia has been providing the Philadelphia area with old school pizza since 2013, and now he's sharing his secrets with the world. In his new book Pizza Camp, Beddia dishes on the fundamentals to making the perfect pies starting with the Holy Trinity of pizza — dough, sauce, and cheese. He not only provides the recipes, but also the teaches you the proper techniques to achieve that crispy, yet chewy, yet gooey goodness. He's included over 50 how-tos for some of his pizzeria favorites, some new models, as well as strombolis and hoagies.

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