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Appetite for Murder:
A Mystery Lover's Cookbook
by Kathy Borich

A tantalizing slant on cooking and crime. Relive your favorite classic detective stories and then whip up the food that caught the culprit.

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An Illustrated Introduction to Classical Horsemanship: Concepts and Skills from A to Z
by Gary Borich

A comprehensive resource in a succinct alphabetical format that brings the beginning rider through every aspect of learning to train and ride for show and trail.

Rainy Day Rentals
Classic & Crime

Often been surprised by a movie after what a film critic said about it? Ever felt cheated out of big bucks on the recommendations of a punk 24-year-old? Or really loved the ones they panned? Well, you no longer need to feel out of step with the current movie review band. Different Drummer is for you. Read more about our take on the film world. And get ready to relive your favorite movies with the recipes that follow each review.


Game Night: Domino Cookie Recipe

The two leads keep us enthralled with the action, thrills, and their very zany nerd love. Bateman and McAdams have great chemistry and comedy chops, and they are at times, laugh-out-loud funny.

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Date Night: Seafood Risotto Recipe

Sure, it’s laugh out loud funny at times, but what really anchors this film are the two leads. Only Tina Fey and Steven Carell could make it cool to be so square. They are real even if the plot isn’t, exploring the comic realities of marriage and middle age with a minimum of cynicism and snark.

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Knowing: Clam Dip Recipe

Eye-popping special effects, the cerebral mystery of science fiction, and the frenetic action of a thriller, all tied together with the philosophical musings of Nicolas Cage. You’re either going to despise it or be riveted to your seat for the entire two hours. Count me in the latter category.

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Inspector Lewis: English Fish and Chips Recipe

The manicured lawns, lush gardens, and cobbled walkways of Oxford hide some pretty nasty murders, and the assorted dons and tutors, despite their plummy vowels and intellect, can be just about as evil as the rest of the world. It’s a good thing that Inspector Lewis and his trusty sergeant are there to put things right.

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House of Cards: Devonshire Crab Soup Recipe

If you are a fan of the American remake, you should defintely see the 1990 original British political thriller, a timeless ode to evil. The knife slides in ever so smoothly with Shakespearean diction greasing its way. Rarely has villainy been so eloquently evil, so fascinatingly diabolical, nor so brutal and swift.


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