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Jim Gaffigan


Pre-order before 10/8  Released 10/21

 In the follow-up to his New York Times bestseller Dad Is Fat, comedian Jim Gaffigan takes on his favorite topic: food. Read Jim’s insights such as: why he believes coconut water was invented to get people to stop drinking coconut water, why pretzel bread is #3 on his most important inventions of humankind (behind the wheel and the computer), and the answer to the age-old question "which animal is more delicious: the pig, the cow, or the bacon cheeseburger?"

Tom Reiss
Tom Reiss (recent recipient of the Pulitzer Prize) hasn't always lived in New York. Yes, there was a dalliance with Texas and a fling with Massachusetts. But he was born in New York and we're happy he came back. While he was away, New York was missing something, a sense of adventure, perhaps, as well as rigorously researched, richly narrated biographies of the most interesting people you've never met. Tom Reiss himself is interesting and though you may miss his visits to McNally Jackson, you'll find evidence of them in the signed copies of The Black Count and The Orientalist he has left behind.
Deb Perelman Deb Perelman is the author of Smitten Kitchen—our single favorite food blog. Her book is not just any book: no, no, this is a book so rife with great recipes and a love of satisfying home-cookery, it's hard to believe Deb managed to fit it all in. If this book were a tablespoon, it would be a heaping tablespoon. If it were a pinch, it would be a generous pinch. 
Scott Wiener Scott Wiener's writing appears online at Serious Eats and on his blog, Scott’s Pizza Journal. His award-winning column, “Man on the Street,” appears monthly in Pizza Today Magazine. He is the founder of Scott’s Pizza Tours, which guides tourists and New Yorkers though the history, science, and culture of New York City pizza. The tours have been featured on the Food Network, the Cooking Channel, the Travel Channel, the Discovery Channel, Lonely Planet, and a host of other outlets. Wiener maintains the world’s largest archive of unique pizza boxes.