Happy Summer Solstice! Try a Recipe from Signs & Seasons: An Astrology Cookbook

  • Posted by Julia Kent on Jun 21 2017

Long summer days are here. The longest, in fact! Tuesday June 20, and Wednesday June 21 are the longest days of the year in the Northern Hemisphere, and what better way to celebrate than with a sumptuous feast? Iconic astrologer Monte Farber, and artist Amy Zerner, team up with chef John Okas in Signs & Seasons to create a one-of-a-kind cookbook that pairs chef-driven seasonal recipes with deep insight into how astrology shapes our appetites. Below, they share some of the significance of the summer solstice, a list of recipes to combine for an abundant solstice feast, and a tantalizing recipe for Lobster and Corn Orecchiette.

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The Fool’s Journey

  • Posted by Julia Kent on Jun 14 2017

Whether you’re a dyed-in-the-wool seeker or a digital-age skeptic—or a little of both—the power of the tarot is open to you. Michelle Tea’s Modern Tarot doesn’t require you to believe in the supernatural or to focus narrowly on using tarot as a divination tool. Instead, it offers insightful descriptions of the seventy-eight cards in the tarot system (each one fully illustrated by Amanda Verwey) and specially designed rituals to guide readers on a path toward transformative and personal growth. 

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Farro with Black Beans and Fresh Herbs

  • Posted by Julia Kent on Jun 07 2017

Too busy to shop? Too tired to cook? Not sure what’s healthy? From Joel Fuhrman, MD, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Eat to Live and the instant New York Times bestseller Eat to Live Cookbook comes the Eat to Live Quick & Easy Cookbook, 131 super-delicious, easy-to-prepare, incredibly healthy recipes.

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Why Everything You Know About Success Is (Mostly) Wrong

  • Posted by Julia Kent on May 24 2017

“Quitters never win, and winners never quit.” “Nice guys finish last.” “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.”    Conventional wisdom about how to succeed in life is often logical, earnest—and downright wrong. Eric Barker’s new book, Barking Up the Wrong Tree, gives familiar maxims about how to get ahead in life the “Mythbusters” treatment so we can see what really works and what doesn’t.

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