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The best of the rest in­cludes a guide to Nordic cock­tails, two books cel­e­brat­ing veg­eta­bles and a plant hunter’s ad­ven­ture. CAB­BAGE: A GLOBAL HIS­TORY by Meg Muck­en­houpt Reak­tion Books, £10.99 ISBN 978-1780239811 This com­pact book ex­plores the his­tory of the cab­bage and its place as an iconic in­gre­di­ent on the world’s culi­nary stage. VEG­ETA­BLES, SOIL AND HOPE by Guy Singh-Watson River­ford Or­ganic, £9.99 ISBN 978-0993215520 Guy Singh-Watson co-owns River­ford Or­ganic with his em­ploy­ees, This is a one-stop­shop for his fore­ward-think­ing ideas on veg grow­ing. IR­RE­PLACE­ABLE: A HIS­TORY OF ENG­LAND IN 100 PLACES by Philip Wilkin­son His­toric Eng­land, £20 ISBN 978-1848025097 A list of Eng­land’s most em­i­nent lo­ca­tions from well­known parks and mon­u­ments to hid­den gems. SPIRIT OF THE NORTH: COCK­TAIL RECIPES AND STO­RIES FROM SCAN­DI­NAVIA by Selma Slabiak TeNeues, €25 ISBN 978-3961711529 Plant-based cock­tails in­spired by per­sonal sto­ries of mixologist Selma Slabiak. IN THE FOOT­STEPS OF JOSEPH DAL­TON HOOKER by Sea­mus O’Brien Royal Botanic Gar­dens Kew, £40 ISBN 978-1842466568 Story of Joseph Dal­ton Hooker’s 1847 ex­pe­di­tion to Sikkim, in the east­ern Hi­malayas.

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