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Summer Food is the recipe for making great summer memories

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In the introduction to his new cookbook Summer Food (Weldon Owen), craft and food stylist Paul Løwe writes, “Summer food is really all about memories.” We at BookTrib couldn’t agree more. Summertime, with its relaxed schedule, long days, warm weather adventures, and backyard gatherings, is the perfect time for making memories. While we love our summer standbys—burgers, corn on the cob, fruit salad—we’re excited for a summer of new an adventurous eating, and for all the new memories that will come with it. Summer Food is an excellent place to start. Paul Løwe is best known as “Sweet Paul,” the man behind Sweet Paul Magazine, a lifestyle magazine with a focus on simple, elegant meals and stylish yet easy home…

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Spring craft books dive deep into everyday inspirations

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“I come from a family of dreamers,” Heather Ross writes in the beginning of her upcoming book, How to Catch a Frog: And Other Stories of Family, Love, Dysfunction, Survival, and DIY (STC Craft, May 20). This isn’t really a craft book, but it gets to the heart of Ross’s creativity and her propensity for making things by hand. An author and fabric designer, she’s also the founder of the brand Munki Munki and the new book traces her artistic temperament and entrepreneurial skills to her unconventional upbringing in rural Vermont in the ‘70s. As a child, Ross lived in a geodesic dome that her bohemian parents built in the artists’ enclave San Miguel de Allende, Mexico; and then in a…

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