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Of a Kind Releases Third Cookbook of Indie Designers' Eats

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Shopping site Of a Kind is known for its limited-run batches of clothing, accessories and home goods, all specially commissioned from cool, up-and-coming designers. Their latest edition is a community effort: a cookbook featuring 30 recipes from the creatives whose work they sell on their site.

The slim volume, the third in a series, is filled with a variety of easy-to-prepare, delicious-sounding things. It contains dishes such as Kathryn Fortunato's (of Lizzie Fortunato) go-to chili; Tenoversix co-founder Kristen Lee's peach-basil pie; Erin Considine's strawberry, mango and mint smoothie; and Rachel Rose's salsa verde. Purchase it in paper form for $6 or download it for free here.
· Cookbook Vol. 3 [Of a Kind]
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