Here's what's on Rach's radar this season.

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1. In Season

six seasons a new way with vegetables book
Credit: Illustration by Alessandra Olanow

"I was given Joshua McFadden's book, Six Seasons: A New Way with Vegetables, by a friend and I dig it. The man is a veggie whisperer—he shows you how to celebrate produce in every form, from raw to roasted and everything in between."

2. Dog Tags

4 legs move our soul necklace from nair and bjorn
Credit: Illustration by Alessandra Olanow

"My makeup artist wore this 4 Legs Move Our Soul Necklace from Nair & Bjorn ($65) to Burger Bash and I loved it. The company donates 20 percent of its sales to a different no-kill animal shelter each month."

3. Chip In

late july's clasico tortilla chips korean barbeque flavor
Credit: Illustration by Alessandra Olanow

"I eat Late July's Clásico Tortilla Chips by the handful. The Korean Barbecue flavor is spicy, sweet, and smoky, and despite the name, they're vegan! The chips are made with organic yellow corn, so they're basically healthy, right?"

4. Stress Relief

run the world stress-relief tablets
Credit: Illustration by Alessandra Olanow

"I'm always skeptical of wellness supplements, but my wardrobe stylist swears by these Run The World stress-relief tablets. They have white peony root to balance your mood and schisandra fruit for a boost of energy."

5. New Israeli

Galit plate of halloumi and artichokes
Credit: Illustration by Alessandra Olanow

"Andrew Kaplan turned me on to Galit, a new Middle Eastern restaurant in Chicago by chef Zachary Engel. Critics love it, and with dishes like the crispy halloumi with Jerusalem artichokes, it's easy to see why."

6. Pop Art

peggy guggenheim the last dogaressa book
Credit: Illustration by Alessandra Olanow

"When I saw Peggy Guggenheim: The Last Dogaressa, a visual biography of the art patron, I knew I needed it for my coffee table. It's right up my alley—I love midcentury art and the fact that Peggy lived in Venice, Italy, for 30 years. She lived the dream!"