Christmas

Christmas: Foodies

  • CK2661
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    This book celebrates in wondrous versatility of the world's favourite food. In need of an instant energy boost? Try Ultimate Chip Butty or Oven-baked Brunch. Your favourite takeaway is closed? Whip up Classic Chip Shop Curry Sauce or Beer and Onion Gravy in the comfort of your own kitchen. In need of a quick-and-easy snack, turn to Tuna Chip Melt or Loaded Cheese and Bacon Wedges. Really love chips? Why not start off with Chip Pancakes with Crispy Bacon and Maple Syrup, opt for the Leek and Chip Soup for lunch (to keep it light) and enjoy a hearty Chip Carbonara or Easy Chip Moussaka for dinner. Finish off your carb-loading extravaganza with some surprisingly delicious Churros-style Chips with Chocolate Dipping Sauce. Plus, if you are feeling energetic, there are foolproof recipes to oven-bake your own too, from French Fries to Wedges.
  • CK2644
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    The chilli is a fiery little fruit that was first seen in Latin America. It's now found in the food of more than half the world. In this book, intrepid food writer Kay Plunkett-Hogge follows the chilli's journey from the Americas to Europe and its spicy stop-offs in the Middle East, India and China.

    With over 120 recipes from all around the world featured, including Thai, Indian and Mexican favourites, this cookbook showcases the chilli's extraordinary versatility and covers its rich and nomadic history. It even has ideas for making use of it in desserts.
  • CK2662
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    This book will provide you with a tasty dip for every occasion. It has over 50 recipes that vary from light and healthy snacks to rich and creamy.

    The dips featured are made from pulses, nuts and seeds; vegetables, fruit and herbs; fish and meat; and yoghurt and cheese, meaning there are all kinds of colours, textures and flavours on display.

    Among the recipes you'll find guacamole, hummus and creamy blue cheese; avocado, olive and anchovy; and cream cheese, aubergine and tahini dips. Taking you on a worldwide tour of flavours, there are also American-themed dips including buffalo chicken wing and hot Philly steak.

    There are even suggestions for which dipper suits each dip best - from toasted pitta bread strips to tortilla crisps and crunchy vegetable sticks.
  • CK2671
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    Save money and time by following the recipes in The Savvy Shopper's Cookbook. It's packed with delicious, cheap and mainly healthy midweek meal ideas that will match your shopping habits.

    Among the mouth-watering recipes are caramelised onion and goat's cheese tart, steak and potato salad with creamy horseradish dressing and 15-minute apple and blackberry crumbles. You could even try your hand at a warming Marmite broth!

    By following the advice on this book, you'll be able to enjoy delicious meals at lower prices and cut down on your weekly spend. It's ideal for anyone who is busy but wants to eat well.
  • SLTD
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    Who doesn't love salted caramel?

    This tempting cookbook from Chloe Timms is packed with 50 delicious treats including brownies, cookies, cakes, pops and doughnuts. They're all easy to make and are accompanied by step-by-step instructions.

    You can bake up salted caramel rye truffles, crunchy maple bacon popcorn and miso salted caramel sauce and all these tasty treats are ideal for adding a touch of sweetness - and saltiness - to your day.
  • OCWW
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    Oz Clarke, one of the world's most respected wine connoisseurs, provides an entertaining yet authoritative guide to the tasty tipple in this huge tome.

    He reveals his favourite wines, grapes and vineyards and offers advice on being adventurous when it comes to choosing your next glass of wine. He also explains where different flavours come from and how to find exactly what you want.

    This book is illustrated with photographs of wine landscapes and detailed maps of all the key regions, explaining how location can affect and inspire each wine's taste.
  • FESG
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    In the follow-up to the hugely popular Sirocco, Sabrina Ghayour will show you how to prepare food with a Middle Eastern twist that will delight all your friends and family.

    From breakfasts to banquets and the simple to the sumptuous, these recipes are perfect for every occasion and you'll find ideas for brunches, quick-fix dinners and even summer feasts.

    Among our favourite foods were whipped ricotta toasts, savourty pork and fennel baklava and spiced rhubarb cake with cinnamon cream.
  • TGYC
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    Packed with over 120 recipes provided by Sophie Michell of television's Cook Yourself Thin, the Total Greek Yoghurt Cookbook is an exploration of the wonders of Greek yoghurt and how it can be incorporated into every-day cooking - creating meals that are low in calories but big on flavour.

    Containing only two ingredients, milk and yoghurt cultures, Greek yoghurt is a perfect alternative to cream, cream fraiche and mayonnaise - but that's not all... In this tasty cookbook, readers will be treated to delicious recipes from Small Plates & Soups to Main Plates, Sweet Shakes, Smoothies and more - all of which employ Greek yoghurt as a key ingredient.

    With beautiful, simplistic photography, easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions and a personal introduction to each of her dishes provided by Sophie Michell, the Total Greek Yoghurt Cookbook is the ideal healthy-eating companion for those looking for creative and delicious ways to eat healthily.
  • MALO
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    Enjoy 100 mouth-watering marshmallow treats in this seriously tempting book, all compiled by the pastry chef and Macarons & More owner Dr. Tim Kinnaird.

    With step-by-step instructions right from the beginning for how to create these enticing treats, you'll be amazed by just what can be done with a humble marshmallow. The book shows you how to make marshmallow snowmen for excited kids and other party favourites, while there are also marshmallows with a more grown-up edge e.g. pina colada marshmallows and marshmallow vodka.

    Perfect for sharing at parties or indulging in yourself, this is the ultimate book for anyone who's always wanted to master the art of making marshmallows!
  • SUSH
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    Sushi: Taste and Technique is a book that will show you how to create traditional Japanese recipes in just a few steps. By following the accessible instructions, you'll soon be making your own sushi in minutes.

    From pressed mackerel sushi to spicy tuna and avocado sushi bowls, this book has an exciting mixture of both classic and contemporary recipes. Chefs Kimiko Barber and Hiroki Takemura will help you learn all the basics and there's even a handy photographic guide to fish and shellfish, teaching you how to prepare every ingredient.

    The dishes on offer here will wow your taste buds and are perfect for when you're entertaining. They're sushi-sational!
  • CBWO
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    A guide to 350 of the finest beers known to man, this book provides a modern look at beer, beer styles, the people who make some of the world's best brews and the stories behind them.

    Covering the best breweries from all around the world, the extremely interesting book provides a brief history of breweries looking at everything from the catalyst that caused the growth in the industry through to best food to match your beers with and an in-depth history of beer's most famous styles.

    A beer-illiant book for anyone who appreciates a good drink!
  • LNCH
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    Cut the cost and eat well with The Lunchbox Book!

    For those who are fed up of stale sandwiches and soggy salads, this book will show you how to prepare home-made food to take with you in your lunchbox, wherever you go.

    Over 90 easy and healthy recipes are included and they vary from sensational salads and super sandwiches to perfect pasta dishes and brilliant breads. Many can be eaten hot or cold and the ideas are so varied and creative that you'll never be bored at lunchtime again.

    There are also tips on how to shop smart - and make use of those pesky leftovers - and on the best kind of container to transport each recipe.
  • HMEM
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    In this incredibly nostalgic cookbook, Kate Doran brings to life the recipes and stories that have made her blog, www.thelittleloaf.com, so popular.

    It contains simple recipes for 100 classic treats that will remind you of your childhood and many of them have been reinvented with an irresistible home-made twist, including peanut butter jammie dodgers, triple chocolate caterpillar cake and peach melba baked Alaska.
  • ANDI
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    Award-winning Peruvian chef Martin Morales shows you how to make everything from light, raw dishes to hearty stews and soups, cheeky bites to exquisite roasts, and sweet, aromatic desserts to comforting hot drinks inspired by the Andes in this sumptuous cookbook.

    Andina is the cuisine of Peru and is one of the most contemporary yet ancient styles of food in the world. In this book you'll find over 110 delicious and unfussy recipes to try and they're all accompanied by stories, photographs and paintings.

    Authentic and nutritious, all the food is made with seasonal ingredients and are big on flavour. They're also fantastically colourful.
  • CRNR
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    This cookbook shows how there's far more to cornershop cooking than tins of beans and ready meals.

    Full of simple recipes that take advantage of everything from yam to spam and greens to sardines, you'll soon be enjoying the likes of linguine with tinned crab, twice-cooked aubergine with Vietnamese sauce and thyme, chorizo and leek broth.

    Sure to inspire a new-found love of weeknight cornershop shopping and cooking, this lovely little book will help you discover overlooked ingredients and learn new ways to cook with everyday staples.
  • HW3205
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    These two knitted bottle bags allow you to give your boozy gifts in style. One has a Santa theme, while the other has a snowman and they add an extra festive element to your presents.

    They're also a wonderful addition to any home's Christmas decorations.
    100 per cent polyester. Wipe with a damp cloth only
    Packaging size: 400 x 160mm
  • MTNL
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    Tying in with her BBC series At My Table, Nigella Lawson's latest cookbook finds the popular chef celebrating the food she loves to cook for her friends and family. Her tasty recipes include new riffs on classic dishes and more exotic ideas.

    From the warming and comforting to the truly inspiring, the recipes range from pear and passion fruit chutney to chicken fricassee and Indian-spiced chicken to aubergine fatteh.

    Of course, being a Nigella book, this is also bursting with sweet treats including emergency brownies, no-churn bourbon salted caramel ice cream and sunken chocolate amaretto cake.
  • IQSC
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    Sarah Wilson, she of the brains behind the successful I Quit Sugar cookbooks, shows how even if you do live a sugar-free life, that doesn't mean you have to stop eating chocolate!

    Sarah has ideas for every occasion and they range from special breakfasts to show-stopping bakes. We really enjoyed the dark choc and sea salt popcorn (perfect for a movie night) and the mocha and hazelnut layer cake. Other tasty treats are raspberry ripple, coconut butter and vegan chocolate mousse.

    All the sugar-free recipes are easy to follow and this book even has a handy key to paleo, gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, kid-friendly and freezer-friendly recipes.
  • CLRI
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    Claridge's is one of the iconic London hotels and this cookbook offers a glimpse inside the walls while also showing you how to recreate the fine dining on offer in your own home.

    Available with an unbelievable Book People saving off its RRP of #30, it's full of stunning photographs and places and makes a gorgeous gift book for anyone who likes the more glamorous side of life and fancies themselves as a foodie. There are even gatefold spreads that show the kind of treats on offer.

    From breakfasts to afternoon tea and main courses including caviar and roast rack of Kentish lamb to sweet desserts like lemon meringue eclairs and salted caramel peanut bars, there is so much to try. This book even has tips on hosting dinner for 100 and coming up with a cracking Christmas selection.
  • GICE
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    Gino D'Acampo's latest TV series finds the popular chef heading to the Italian coast to sample some of the incredible meals that hail from this beautiful area. This tie-in cookbook shows you how to recreate the delicious flavours of this area in your own home.

    Gino has visited the Aeolian Islands, Calabria, Campania, Capri, Lazio, Tuscany and Elba on his latest jaunt and this book showcases recipes from each one.

    Gino provides step-by-step instructions for making them all and among those you can make are antipasti and soups, pasta, gnocchi and risotto and, of course, pizza and breads.
  • MSTC
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    Featuring a foreword from John Torode and Gregg Wallace, this cookbook has everything you need to cook like a true MasterChef champion. It contains over 120 tasty recipes that range from classic dishes to ones that are a little more experimental.

    By following these recipes, you can cook like a MasterChef champion and hone your culinary skills by learning how to fillet fish, make fresh pasta and so much.

    Fans of the long-running BBC show that love to cook will find so many mouth-watering recipes in the MasterChef Kitchen Bible. It's bursting with ideas and recipes from the hit programme and will inspire you to make a feast - fancy tackling nasi lemak, acorn penna cotta and squid ink tortellini.
  • LVCF
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    Coffee lovers should switch their machine on, get a pitcher of steamed milk ready, prepare a thick espresso base and get set to make a barista-style coffee with the help of this little black book.

    Starting with an introduction from the coffee-loving authors, this book has a mouth-watering gallery of baristas around the world showing off their skills before then describing the basic techniques and principles they all live by. It then goes on to explain how to use stencils and the best ways to master free pouring, etching and even 3D foam sculptures. You could make everything from a cute bunny to a stylish snowman to sit atop your mug!

    Revealing the secrets of making creative coffee, this book even contains five stencils so you can make stunning works of coffee-based art in the comfort of your own home.
  • HW3195
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    Everyone knows that home is where the heart is and what better way to tell your loved ones how you feel than with this gorgeous,
    rustic memo chalk board.

    With a rope to hang it from and plenty of space to write down messages, recipes or even to draw a pretty picture, this will be an essential addition to any household.

    The board even comes with some chalk so you can start your masterpiece right away.

    Dimensions: 400 x 290mm
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    The expert creators of The Gannet offer a selection of fascinating, funny and unexpected facts about food and drink in this gastronomic miscellany.

    Going well beyond the usual food fixations, this book is presented in a very inventive style and will entertain any foodie. It offers advice on everything from creating a hit food profile on Instagram to learning the ins and outs of craft beer.

    It also highlights millenia-old products that are still edible today... are you brave enough to try Irish bog butter or Ancient Egyptian honey?