THE CHICAGO WHITE SOX: A DECADE-BY-DECADE HISTORY
To be a White Sox fan is to know the highest of highs, the lowest of lows and all points in between. “The Chicago Tribune Book of the Chicago White Sox: A Decade-byDecade History” touches all those bases and covers more than a century of South Side baseball: “Black Jack” and “Jungle Jim.” The “Hitless Wonders” and “Winning Ugly.” Air-raid sirens and exploding scoreboards. “Old Aches and Pains” and the “Big Hurt.” At over 300 pages, it’s filled with great features and profiles, plus stunning images from the Tribune’s award-winning photojournalists. Get a copy for yourself — and maybe another one for that diehard Sox fan in your life.
“The Chicago Bears: A Decade-By-Decade History by
the Chicago Tribune.” The Tribune sports department has complied a comprehensive, decade-by-decade portrait of the Bears featuring essays, box scores, articles, photographs, a one-of-a-kind first person account by George Halas and team memorabilia from the Tribune’s historical archives. Available at chicagotribune .com/bears100book.
“Good Eating’s Vegetarian Cooking.” A collection of Tribune articles from “The Veggie Cook” column, “Vegetarian Cooking” features meat-free starters, sides, entrees and desserts. This e-book also includes vegan soups, salads and other dishes, all tested in the Tribune test kitchen.
“Good Eating’s Dessert Recipes: Cakes, Pies, Cobblers, Tarts and More.” Compiled from the vast archives of kitchen-tested recipes that originally appeared in the Tribune, this book is a one-stop recipe shop for all your favorite desserts. Ranging from cakes and cookies to pies and cobblers, as well as souffles, mousses, puddings, tarts and frozen delicacies, the e-book is a sweet and simple guide to creating all the dishes a dessert aficionado could ever want.
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