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A tie-in with the Observer Food Monthly, Rebecca Seal's Cook: A Year in the Kitchen with Britain's Favourite Chefs takes you behind the scenes at famous restaurants, revealing insights into the worlds of our best chefs and providing delicious recipes that you simply won't be able to wait to try. Antonio Carluccio's stuffed lamb cutlets, Gordon Ramsay's mackerel pate, Sam and Eddie Hart's roast suckling pig, Fergus Henderson's bone marrow salad and Giorgio Locatelli's turkey meatballs all make an appearance, alongside recipes from The Ivy, Moro and the River Cafe. The perfect book for anyone who's ever clipped a recipe out of the newspaper to save for later.
Dress Your Gingerbread is a wonderfully fun and original cookery book that will ensure you bake the best looking biscuits in town! This colourful guide by Joanna Farrow provides step-by-step instructions that all the family can understand, making it a great activity for a rainy day. Alternatively, the bright ideas can spice up any party or occasion, giving you the inspiration to dress up your gingerbread men as a whole host of novelty characters, from pirates and princesses to monsters and superheroes.
A fantastic hardback from the king of convenient and tasty supermarket stews Alan Rosenthal, Stewed! includes recipes for 80 soul-nourishing stews and one-pot wonders. Featuring gorgeous photography, this clearly explained guide features simple ingredients that are easy to source, making each of these sumptuous stews as achievable as the next. With tips for comforting meals from all over the world such as Catalan fish stew, Beef in Barolo and Persian lamb and quince stew, this guide will appeal to all generations and tastes.
With 120 ideas for quality home cooked dishes that can be prepared in a matter of minutes, Antony Makes it Easy with this fuss free guide. Using all of the culinary expertise that he has gleaned from his time as a TV chef and from working in some of the finest restaurants in Britain, Antony Worrall Thompson has devised some fantastic time-saving recipes that can take the hassle out of cooking for yourself or the family. The perfect companion for our busy lives, this book contains delicious meat, poultry, fish, vegetable and pudding recipes ? with something for every occasion.
Having brought deliciously healthy frozen yogurt to London, Pablo Uribe and Rob Baines are now bringing it to our homes with the Snog Healthy Treats Cookbook. Utilising delicious natural ingredients, particularly no-fat organic yogurt, agave nectar and fresh fruit, this pair have concocted tasty treats that can be enjoyed without the guilt. In this hardback they include 60 of their favourite recipes, with chapters on frozen treats, gluten-free baked treats, raw food treats and smoothies & drinks. Inspirational, colourful and clearly presented, this is a top guide to the tasty side of watching your diet.
In the exciting Big Book of Noodles, Vatch Bhumichitr, bestselling author of Stylish Thai and The Big Book of Thai Curries, talks you through the essentials of making a delicious bowl of noodles and gives plenty of helpful tips on ingredients and techniques. He also offers over 100 inviting and varied recipes from China, Thailand, Singapore, Laos and Cambodia, complete with stunning photography. The book also contains recipes for wheat, rice, egg, buckwheat and mung bean noodles, as well as wontons and gyozas.
In the fascinating and practical book Garlic: The Mighty Bulb, Natasha Edwards reveals the extraordinary health and immune-boosting benefits of garlic as well as providing home remedies for specific ailments and sharing growing and storing tips. With a foreword by Clarissa Dickson Wright, the book also features over 40 simple and varied recipes from classic dishes through to salad dressings and winter soups to keep you healthy. This is a comprehensive guide to using garlic at home, complete with advice on growing your own and cultivating and storing the plant to maintain its healing properties.
David Loftus, one of the world's leading food photographers, brings together some of the world's greatest chefs in Around the World in 80 Dishes - a stylish, inspiring and mouth-watering collection of recipes. Taking in Europe, the Middle East, Asia and America, the cookbook contains treats from around the globe - and all are lovingly compiled and beautifully photographed. With a foreword and recipe from Jamie Oliver and contributions from Heston Blumenthal, Nigella Lawson and many other famous chefs, this beautiful hardback is an extraordinary and irresistible culinary world tour that is perfect for anyone who loves food and travel.
Sure to make cooking for toddlers simpler, tastier and much more fun, The Little Dish Favourites Cookbook by Hilary Graves brings all the nutritional value of the ready meal company?s famously healthy dishes to your cookery book shelf. With cute little illustrations and clearly laid out instructions, this cookbook is very much foolproof and may even convince you to let the kids have a go at helping you to prepare dinner. They are sure to be delighted with the results as you work your way through the 70 appetising recipes, replicating the delightful little dishes that they may have acquired a taste for.
My Baking Journal (Hardback)
From The International School of Sugarcraft, The Ultimate Guide to Sugarcraft is a lavishly illustrated, comprehensive guide to sugarcraft that has sold over 250,000 copies worldwide. The large hardback is divided into two sections comprising of 20 lessons each that will show you how to make perfect cakes, icings and frostings, as well as master ribbonwork, frills, collars, lettering, modelling and piped decorations. The book is written by six internationally acclaimed authors, each chosen for their expertise in a specific field of sugarcraft.
A colourful and splendidly simple hardback from much-loved Australian chef Bill Granger, Bill’s Everyday Asian makes delicious dishes such as Green Thai Curry, Sweetcorn Soup and Beef Rendang totally achievable. Bill Granger is hooked on oriental cuisine and this enthusiastic and vibrant cookbook brilliantly fuses all that is great about Far Eastern cooking, before simplifying the processes and ingredients to make each and every dish ideal for the hectic Western lifestyle. Drawing on his own colourful and varied experiences, this beautiful book is sure to provide ample inspiration in the kitchen.
From Crispy Crumbed Romano Peppers to a Cappuccino Caramel Torte, Bonne Maman ? The Seasonal Cookbook is packed with 88 wonderfully tasty recipe ideas for cooking with the finest conserves and compotes. Great as a main ingredient or for enhancing flavour, preserves are too often overlooked and left in our cupboards. Bonne Maman looks to rectify that with this lovely hardback full of gorgeous photography and simple-to-follow recipes ideas. Also included are imaginative and practical tips on how to re-use jam jars and how to rescue every last teaspoon from them!