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  • HTEP
    Diana Henry
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    A Bird in the Hand author Diana Henry has long believed in the importance of a carefully put-together menu and this cookbook showcases some of her favourite combinations of flavours.

    Diana claims that putting together a menu is still her favourite part of cooking and loves the way they can create very different moods and take you to different places. These dishes are perfect for every season and have been inspired by different countries and cultures all around the world.

    Beautifully presented with a flocked jacket, the tantalising recipes in this book include a perfect lunch of asparagus, peas and radishes with pistachio pesto, crab tomato and saffron tart and gooseberry and almond cake with lemon thyme syrup.
  • GACK
    Jane Lovett
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    Jane Lovett offers meal plans for the week ahead in this incredibly useful cookbook. The dishes range from starters and salads to comfort food, feasts for friends and sweet treats.

    The recipes are easy, uncomplicated and foolproof and they all have get-ahead elements that will spread and lighten the load, making them invaluable for everyday cooking. There are also recipes designed to make entertaining easier.

    Jane's recipes are tried and tested and she even offers confidence-boosting guides for home cooks of all levels.
  • AACED
    Annabel Karmel
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    Making your own baby food is not only more economical than buying commercial brands - you can be sure that your baby has only the best-quality ingredients. This essential collection of Annabel's best ever purees features 60 quick and easy recipes that will make for a healthy and happy baby. From sweet and smooth apple, apricot, pear and vanilla, through savoury purees such as sweet potato with spinach and peas, to the autumnal delights of peach, pear and blueberry, all the recipes are suitable for babies aged 6 months and above, and are so tasty you will want to eat them yourself!
  • ASOCS
    Tom Byng
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    Everyone loves a good hamburger, and Byron makes the best. Since 2007, Byron's restaurants have become renowned for as the place to head for a proper hamburger. Founder Tom Byng and head chef Fred Smith know everything there is to know about burgers. They've tasted thousands of them all around the world in their quest for perfection, driven by the belief that nothing beats a juicy burger - the ultimate comfort food, and so satisfying in its simplicity. It's something worth getting the barbecue out for, the friends over, the family round and the apron on. Along with plenty of other comfort foods (chicken wings, onion rings, meatloaf, ranch salad, cherry pie, brownies and more), this book shares some of Tom and Fred's brilliant recipes and insider tips, to encourage you to enjoy great food in good company - food to lift the spirits and warm the soul.
  • SKSP
    Kathryn Bruton
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    Big on flavour and with a low-calorie count, soup is pretty much the perfect meal for any time of the day. This cookbook from Kathryn Bruton contains 80 healthy recipes for skinny soups that will suit anyone.

    Whether you want something warming, exciting or wholesome, the book has a soup for you. Among those that stand out are Spinach, Oat and Hazelnut Milk Soup, restorative Hangover Soup and Turkey and Quinoa Soup with Peas.

    As well as all this, there are 15-minute recipes for anyone who wants to make something quick and a selection of vegetarian, gluten-free, vegan and dairy-free recipes.

    A soup-er book for those who want to eat healthier food!
  • ANQLS
    Sonja Bock
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    Salads used to be thought of only as summer food but this new and beautifully illustrated paperback shows that it is easy to be creative with salads all year round. With the fantastic choice of leaves and herbs on offer today, you now have the chance to create a wealth of delicious dishes. There are plenty of exciting ideas combining intriguing ingredients and imaginative flavours. You may be looking for a light lunch, refreshing side dish or a more substantial supper - whichever it is; there are lots of ideas for delicious dishes in this handy book. Filled throughout with stunning colour photographs so that cooks of every ability can easily follow the instructions and achieve superb results every time. This is a great book to have in your kitchen it has the standard salad classics but also new ideas. It is an inspiring book that extols the salad as a satisfying meal, which excites the eye, delights the taste buds, and fulfills today's drive to eat more healthily. So whether treating yourself to a comforting pasta salad on a winter evening, catering for a large summer buffet, or impressing your guests with some tantalizing side combinations, salads can rise to every occasion. The book opens with an introduction covering how to prepare key ingredients plus a useful guide to dressings, marinades, dips and salsas to accompany the salads. The main section of the book features wonderful salad recipes including appetizers and starters, vegetarian, fish, meat and fruit salads. Here are classic and exotic salads, and delicious ideas for all events, from a simple supper for two to elegant dinner parties. The book features a dazzling array of ideas, including perfect party food for brilliant Asian-styled, Arab-styled and Indian-styled buffets with accompanying bread and pudding recipes. Best Salads Ever is translated from Danish and is a best-selling title in Denmark where it has sold 83,000 copies.
  • AINWT
    Good Housekeeping Institute
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    Good Housekeeping recipes tick all the boxes - They look great They taste delicious They're easy to make Now, learn how to be a clever cook with this amazing new cookery series. Each Good Housekeeping soup recipe - triple-tested for perfect results - is guaranteed to stand the test of your occasion, be it a hearty midweek warmer or an impressive dinner party dish. Packed with good old favourites, tasty new ideas, save money, time and effort tips, up-to-date nutritional breakdown including protein and fibre, and savvy advice throughout, it couldn't be easier to make a super soup for any occasion. Other titles in the Good Housekeeping series include Skinny Suppers, Wonderful One-Pots, Home Takeaway, Cupcake O'Clock, Meals for Me and You, Easy Peasy Meals, Al Fresco Eats, Let's Do Brunch, Cheap Eats, Gluten-free and Easy, Low Fat Low Cal, Salad Days, Posh Nosh, Party Food, Flash in the Pan, Roast It, Great Veg and Slow Stoppers Word count: 17,000
  • CK2662
    Ryland Peters & Small
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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.
  • AHLXP
    Good Housekeeping Institute
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    Good Housekeeping recipes tick all the boxes - They look great They taste delicious They're easy to make Now, learn how to be a clever cook with this amazing new cookery series. Each Good Housekeeping salad recipe - triple-tested for perfect results - is guaranteed to stand the test of your occasion, be it a delicious Sunday brunch or a light weekday supper. Packed with good old favourites, tasty new ideas, save money, time and effort tips, up-to-date nutritional breakdown including protein and fibre, and savvy advice throughout, it couldn't be easier to create a naughty or nice salad for your family and friends. Enjoy! Other titles in the Good Housekeeping series include Bake Me a Cake, Easy Peasy, Al Fresco Eats, Let's Do Brunch, Cheap Eats, Gluten-free & Easy, Low Fat Low Cal, Posh Nosh, Party Food, Flash in the Pan, Roast It!, Great Veg and Slow Stoppers
  • AMWQI
    Annette Yates
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    From joints and casseroles to pies and puddings, 70 classic recipes shown step by step in more than 250 photographs. It includes succulent roasts of beef, chicken, pork, goose, duck and pheasant served with all the trimmings, as well as delicious alternatives such as rich casseroles, quintessentially English pies, and non-meat options. Whether your preferred Sunday meal is Rib of Beef with Yorkshire Pudding, Roast Lamb with Mint Sauce, Venison Stew, Poached Salmon or Veal and Ham Pie, this book will inspire you through the year, and delight your guests. It begins with a chapter on the perfect appetizer to start your meal, and ends with a fabulous array of some of England's traditional puddings and desserts. A traditional Sunday lunch often begins with an appetizer followed by a hearty main course, and - just when everyone believes they've had enough - ends with a delicious pudding, often served with custard.This book contains dishes to whet the appetite such as Watercress Soup and Pears with Stilton and Walnuts, main courses such as Stuffed Roast Chicken with Bread Sauce and Pot-roasted Beef with Stout, accompaniments such as Cauliflower Cheese and Roast Potatoes, and classic English desserts such as Eton Mess and Fruit and Wine Jelly. The book contains all you need for entertaining friends and family with a perfect English Sunday lunch.
  • AAPUP
    Anne Hildyard
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    A great way of getting our daily 5 a day is to eat plenty of salads. Salads are more than lettuce - a huge variety of different vegetables, meat, chicken, fish or tofu can be used to make a tempting dish. The versatility of salads is such that they can be made with fresh, frozen, cooked or canned ingredients, and there are endless possible variations. Fresh, colourful and exciting, this book is filled with recipes for every type of salad. From Chinese Chive and Onion Salad and Asparagus and Langoustine Salad to Lebanese Country Salad and Panzanella, you will never be short of inspiration. Each recipe clearly lists the ingredients you will need, and detailed step-by-step instructions ensure great results every time. Also included is a comprehensive guide to salad essentials, such as vegetables, leaves and herbs, plus recipes for salad dressings, dips, oils and vinegars. Beautifully illustrated with 245 stunning pictures, this book is the perfect guide to producing tempting and tasty salads at any time, for any occasion.
  • AEVHU
    Norma Miller
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    Sales of soup makers have increased recently as more and more of us discover how easy it is to create a tasty soup in under half an hour using one of these appliances. However, the instruction booklets sold with these soup makers often only include a restricted number of recipes. Norma Miller's new book fills that gap and provides cooks with a wonderful selection of simple but delicious recipes.
  • ARENL
    Sara Lewis
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    Soup is the ultimate comfort food: warm, filling and satisfying. It is also extremely good for you - most soups are low in fat and packed with nutrients, especially if they are homemade. Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook: 200 Soups provides you with recipes for everything from classic favourites, such as Potato and parsley soup, to exotic new ideas. The book also contains a section on chilled soups, perfect for when the weather begins to get warmer. Each recipe is accompanied by easy-to-follow instructions and a full page colour photograph to ensure perfect results every time. Check out some of the other titles in the series: 200 5:2 Diet Recipes (ISBN 978-0-600-63347-1) 200 Cakes & Bakes (ISBN 978-0-600-63329-7) 200 Family Slow Cooker Recipes (ISBN 978-0-600-63057-9) 200 Halogen Oven Recipes (ISBN 978-0-600-63344-0) 200 One Pot Meals (ISBN 978-0-600-63339-6) 200 Pasta Dishes (ISBN 978-0-600-63334-1) 200 Veggie Feasts (ISBN 978-0-600-63337-2)
  • ABZTK
    Christine Ingram
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    This title provides 200 great ways to start a meal or serve a buffet with style. This is an ultimate collection of snacks, dips, nibbles, first courses, quick bites, finger foods and light meals. It features over 200 deliciously sophisticated recipes, drawn from every cuisine: learn how to cook dishes as diverse as Chorizo Pastry Puffs, Fried Clams with Chilli, Gruyere and Potato Souffle, and Poached Eggs Florentine. Each recipe is shown in easy-to-follow step-by-step photographs with a glorious picture of the finished dish. It includes a useful introduction with basic recipes, garnishes and presentation techniques to help you get started and produce stunning results right away. It provides fantastic ideas to start every kind of meal as well as to serve at buffets and parties, with recipes suitable for both novice cooks and accomplished chefs. From mouthwatering finger food to nibble during a drinks party, to an enticing platter of Duck Wontons with Spicy Mango Sauce to savour at a special occasion, or a fragrant dish of Scallop-stuffed Roast Peppers to enjoy as the prelude to a gourmet meal, the recipes in this wonderful inspirational volume will add colour and sophistication to any and every occasion. It includes an introductory section that gives hints and tips for making garnishes, marinades, dressings and flavoured oils, followed by eight mouth-watering recipe chapters: Nibbles and Dips; Soups; Pates and Terrines; Vegetarian; Family Favourites; Starters for Special Occasions; Salads; and, Party Finger Food. Every recipe is shown step by step in over 750 gorgeous photographs, to inspire and ensure success every time.
  • ADZYG
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    Choose from a huge collection of appetizing favourites including simple nibbles, finger food, dips and dippers, and recipes for informal brunches, lunches and suppers. This title contains everything you need to know about successful party planning, with advice on making guest lists, seating plans, table settings, decorations, themed parties and essential entertaining tips. Recipes include fabulous dishes such as cappucino of Puy lentils, lobster and tarragon or goat's cheese souffle. Of course, no party would be perfect without an irresistible dessert: choose from delicious puds such as frozen Grand Marnier souffles and iced lime cheesecake. It has useful information on planning the menu, preparing the food and cooking ahead, plus advice on selecting perfect drinks for the occasion. Being prepared is the key to success, and the book opens with a useful reference section. Advice is given on all the essentials, from deciding what type of party to host and making guest lists to estimating the food and drink requirements and creating stylish table settings. The heart of the book is a wonderful recipe selection, which includes elegant canapes such as smoked trout mousse in cucumber cups. Nibbles, dips and finger food are party treats that everyone enjoys and there are 400 exciting recipes to choose from. Chapters on brunches, lunches and fork suppers include tasty dishes like potato and red pepper frittata, and leek, saffron and mussel tartlets. The selection of special occasion dishes includes cider-glazed ham and rich game pie. There are also many no-fuss main meal recipes, such as Malaysian seafood stew and three-cheese lasagne.
  • AFJYN
    Diana Peacock
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    This book will inspire you to create home-made soups that are both easy to make in a slow cooker and far tastier than even your favourite brands. With a slow cooker, making your own soup has never been simpler. Pile in the ingredients and let the machine do it all, while you're out at work or play. Soups are economic, satisfying, nourishing and delicious - and quick to prepare for a slow cooker. In this book you will find simple soups, hearty soups, summer soups and winter soups, traditional soups, and of course soups that you can serve as impressive starters. There are also some easy ideas for accompaniments to your soup, from making your own wholemeal and soda bread, to quick cheese and herb croutons. You will find over 100 recipes to suit any occasion. There is also a chapter of hints and tips on using your slow cooker.
  • AHUAM
    Sharon Brown
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    Filling, comforting and endlessly adaptable, soups and side dishes can be the ideal solution to any mealtime dilemma. Whether you're looking for light summery lunches, wholesome dishes for the winter months or quick and easy weeknight dinners, 101 Soups and Sides can provide the inspiration you need. With ideas ranging from chilled seasonal soups and fresh salads for those long summer lunchtimes to hearty winter broths and hot sides to warm up a cold night, you'll find recipes here to use all year round. Each recipe is accompanied by a detailed nutritional breakdown and is triple-tested by the experts at Good Food, the UK's best-selling cookery magazine, so you can cook with complete confidence. With colour photographs throughout, this compact cookbook lets you create stylish and satisfying dishes with ease.
  • ANQYH
    Christine Ingram
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    Everyone finds appetizers and starters irresistible - those perfect tantalizing bites that just keep you coming back to the buffet table for more. Fresh, bright and contemporary, this beautifully designed book showcases over 150 recipes, and helps you to easily create a selection of these delectable appetizers.
  • BBEHT
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    Take a culinary journey of the world's most beloved food destinations, curated by internationally celebrated chefs. With over eighty hotels featured, from New York to Vietnam, India to Peru, no region of the world is left untasted. Showcasing unique local takes on curry, risotto, and dulce de leche, The Luxury Collection Epicurean Journeys reveals the most delicious dishes of these legendary establishments. Brimming with beautiful imagery and mouth-watering recipes, this volume is a must- have for travel enthusiasts and foodies alike.
  • BALEH
    Eric Werner
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    The food served at Hartwood is "addictive," says Noma chef Rene Redzepi, adding, "It's the reason people line up for hours every single day to eat there, even though their vacation time is precious." Werner's passion for dazzling flavours and natural ingredients is expertly translated into recipes anyone can cook at home. Every dish has a balance of sweet and spicy, fresh and dried, oil and acid, without relying heavily on wheat and dairy. The flavouring elements are simple - honeys, salts, fresh and dried herbs, fresh and dried chiles, onions, garlic - but by using the same ingredients in different forms, Werner layers flavours to bring forth maximum deliciousness. The recipes are beautifully photographed and interspersed with inspiring, gorgeously illustrated essays about this setting and story, making Hartwood an exhilarating experience from beginning to end.
  • AZGFN
    Naomi Duguid
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    Following up on Burma, her stunningly well received exploration of another fascinating cultural crossroads, Duguid introduces us to the next place we want to visit with recipes for food we can't wait to make, and with tales that real memorable and moving. in the way that the Mediterranean has a common palate, so too do these nations: one centred on a love for the fresh and the green (beginning with the piles of fresh herbs that accompany every dish with abandon) and also the tart, as revealed in the ingenious use of sour plums, sour cherries, pomegranates, and limes. There are the delectable filled dumplings, flatbreads, and stuffed vegetables; plus gorgeous Persian rice dishes, grilled meats, and skewered kebabs. There are fresh cheeses, sparkly salads, spice blends, and spectacular sauces based on walnuts ground to a paste. Taste of Persia is an adventure of discover - not only of a fascinating region, rich with history and variety, but of a wealth of culinary traditions and innovations as well.
  • AXEKO
    Joshua McFadden
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    Six seasons - each with its own character. The first vegetables of spring are all about tenderness and new growth. We've been eating sturdy winter fare for so long that slender, tender, and delicate is exactly what we need ...a ripe juicy tomato would feel too much, too soon. Early summer steps up that game a bit - the flavours aren't yet intense, but the fresh and green notes are deeper and all is livelier. Midsummer starts the flavour riot - more variety, more colours and textures. Late summer is the lush period - the richest colours, most vibrant flavours, and sensuality. Then back to fall and winter, when life in the fields slows down. In each of the six seasons, McFadden celebrates vegetables as only a chef with the soul and experience of a farmer can. Vegetables appear not only in their prime seasons but also in multiple seasons, because how you handle, say, a young spring carrot bears no relationship to what you do to storage carrots in winter.McFadden's intuitive feel for the way seasons affect flavour translates into recipes that coax out the best of each ingredient. The 225 fresh, modern, and entirely approachable recipes range from the raw to the cooked to the preserved. While 75 percent of the recipes are vegetarian, there are plenty in which meat, seafood, and poultry play a supporting role. All have that great vibrancy made possible by McFadden's keen sense with seasoning, and his ability to get to deep and rich without the use of unnecessary fats. These are but a few of the many lessons taught in this beautifully photographed book.
  • BLMMY
    Alison Cayne
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    Learning to cook is easy with The Haven's Kitchen Cooking School. In its nine chapters - each presenting an important lesson in the kitchen - both newbies and those wanting to brush up on their culinary skills will find something to love. The eggs chapter explains how to master timing in the kitchen, the soups chapter is a study of layering flavour, the sauces chapter teaches about balance, and the fritters chapter will explain how to organise and set up a kitchen for cooking. Other chapters include salads, grains and beans, vegetables, meats, and desserts. This friendly guide will empower readers with 100 recipes they can easily master and make part of their daily repertoire. Recipes include Coconut Curry Soup; Summer Panzanella Salad; Quinoa Broccoli Fritters; Grain Bowl with Brown Rice, Pepitas, Avocado, and Kale; Farro Risotto with Mushrooms; Braised Lamb Shoulder; and Olive Oil Cake. The beautiful photos show both the finished dishes and the techniques, and there are helpful illustrations too.
  • AZJHH
    Garrett Fitzgerald
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    Discover a new way of eating with Brother Hubbard's fresh, pure flavours dedicated to sharing and happiness. Leaning towards aspects of Middle Eastern and Southern Mediterranean food, The Brother Hubbard Cookbook is packed with nutritious, wholesome, often deceptively vegetarian dishes that emphasise flavour, colour and texture. Inside you will find favourite foods from the much-loved Brother Hubbard restaurant, the food they are asked about time and again. Dishes like Turkish Eggs Menemen, Moroccan Harira Soup, Middle Eastern Slaw and Harissa Baked Aubergine with Saffron Yogurt, Roasted Cashews and Apricots will bring a simple, exciting, creative new influence to your kitchen. The book also tells the Brother Hubbard story, and their wonderful journey towards realising their own dream: adventures and happiness through cooking! Written in a style that will inspire even the most reluctant cook to have fun and to create a dish of which they can be proud, this is food that demands to be shared, that will make you feel better - in both its preparation and its enjoyment. 'I loved Brother Hubbard by day. I love its grown up nighttime brother. They're serving the kind of food I like to eat in the way I like to eat it.' Catherine Cleary, The Irish Times 'I for one will be back, as this place sells the most glorious salads and cared-for sandwiches in town, not to mention the smiles and good vibes.' Edel Coffey, Irish Independent 'A very cool, very urban cafe.' The Wall Street Journal 'Brother Hubbard feels very much like a cool independent London or New York cafe and comparisons have already been made to Ottolenghi and Soho's Milkbar.' Irish Independent 'At the table: Everyone from barristers to hipsters, to middle-aged women to workmates.' Irish Independent 'Exhilarating food' Katy McGuinness, Irish Independent 'There is definitely something special about Brother Hubbard Cafe. From its owners and staff to its food and surroundings, there is a wholesomeness and an authenticity that is as rare as it is unique.' Sunday Independent 'What's on offer is my favourite type of food; a take on the flavours of the Middle East inspired by cooks like London-based Israeli Yotam Ottolenghi and British-Iranian Sabrina Ghaynour' Totally Dublin 'Garrett Fitzgerald and James Boland at Brother Hubbards in Capel Street have built up a fantastic reputation for their cafe cum deli.' Darina Allen, Irish Examiner