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Food & Drink Cookbooks

  • HIFL
    Gino D'Acampo
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    Gino D'ACampo is one of the nation's favourite chefs and in his latest cookbook he will show you how to cook like a true Italian - on a budget!

    He explains how to shop smart and store food and how to make the most of your fridge and freezer. He also explains the basics that every Italian keeps on hand in their kitchen storecupboard. There are over 100 simple meals to make and they're all nutritious and full of flavour.

    From the heart of Italy, these feel-food recipes will delight the entire family and among the dishes covered are a delicious pasta with cherry tomato sauce, pancetta and pecorino Romano and the timeless classic of spaghetti carbonara.
  • CELV
    Fearne Cotton
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    Following the bestselling success of Cook Happy, Cook Healthy, Fearne Cotton presents even more simple and nourishing recipes that are good for your health and mindset in Cook. Eat. Love.

    Fearne absolutely loves cooking and in this book she proudly presents some of her favourite recipes, explaining how they're fun to make and even better to eat. She offers up over 100 recipes and there's something for every meal of the day.

    With a focus on family cooking, Fearne provides both vegetarian (she's a veggie herself but she cooks meat for her family) and meat dishes that are hugely tasty and packed with goodness. Among the highlights are Thai coconut soup, a selection of quick and healthy pizzas and roast chicken cashew and chilli salad.

    She even has ideas for guilt-free desserts, bursting with natural goodness.
  • THAI
    Sebby Holmes
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    Sebby Holmes shows you how to cook incredible Asian food in your own home with this incredible cookbook. It's appealing to novice and experienced cooks and provides step-by-step guidance for cooking a new and exciting cuisine.

    The owner of the pop-up Thai restaurant Farang, Sebby adapts his signature contemporary dishes so that they are suitable for cooking at home and includes recipes for essential pastes, dips and pickles - all bursting with fragrant flavours.

    From snacks and nibbles like tiger prawn and sweet potato bites to stir-fries including cumin beef sirloin with Thai shallots and sticky pork belly with salted roast pumpkin and a whole host of curries, there's something for every taste to enjoy.
  • VGGO
    Jerome Eckmeier
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    Inject some vegan flavour into your lunchtime with this selection of 100 delicious and nutritious recipes that you can take anywhere.

    This book contains tasty ideas for snacks, soups, salads, sandwiches, sweet treats and so much more. Among the delicious portable lunches you can enjoy are polenta parcels, sweet potato burgers, courgetti salad and tofu sushi.

    With mouth-watering photographs accompanying many of the recipes, they're all easy to make and there is even information to tell you how long it will take and the best ways to transport them so they stay fresh.
  • TLCB
    Aleksandra Crapanzano
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    Award-winning food writer Aleksandra Crapanzano reveals 100 recipes from the city's best restaurants, dessert boutiques, tea and coffee houses and cocktail lounges in The London Cookbook.

    One of the most vibrant cities on the global food map, this is a guide to truly delicious haunts - and it even shows you how to bring the taste of them into your very own kitchen.

    Among the highlights are The Cinnamon Club's seared aubergine steaks with sesame and tamarind, the River Cafe's tagliatelle with lemon, and Tramshed's Indian rock chicken curry.

    Part-travel guide, part-good food guide, this is a celebration of London's food and reveals the secrets to the city's finest recipes.
  • CK2671
    Amy Sheppard
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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.
  • MBEV
    Mary Berry
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    Mary Berry is the nation's favourite baker and in this official tie-in to her brand new BBC series, she shows you how to prepare some truly phenomenal recipes.

    There are 120 recipes to try out and they're all presented with Mary's trademark no-fuss guidance and instructions. Anyone who loves cooking will find so much to enjoy in these mouth-watering recipes.

    Mary even shares her best time-saving tips, storecupboard essentials and clever ways to cook.
  • HDGV
    Hairy Bikers
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    Si King and Dave Myers are cutting down on meat - and they're sharing 80 of their favourite veggie recipes with you in this exciting cookbook.

    With their healthy edge, these tasty recipes will keep even the hungriest carnivore happily full. There are low-cal versions of traditional classics and family favourites and the recipes range from Lancashire hot pots to veggie sausages.

    The Hairy Bikers have never compromised on flavour and whether you want starters, snacks, soups, brunches or mains, you're sure to find something you'll enjoy over and over again in their latest meat-free cookbook.
  • CK2663
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    Everyone loves a slice of cheesecake to round off a delicious meal and this book from Hannah Miles presents 60 classic and original recipes for this tasty dessert.

    From tropical coconut to raspberry ripple and chocolate toffee crunch to toasted marshmallow, you'll find something incredible. One of the oldest desserts in existence, you can trace cheesecakes right back to ancient Greece. This book shows you how to make classics, fruity versions, bakes inspired by your favourite chocolate bars and even gourmet recipes including creme brulee and salted honey.

    There are also party cheesecakes that will delight a crowd and even international sensations like Japanese cherry blossom and Italian tiramisu.
  • EKFC
    Ella's Kitchen
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    With recipes bursting with simple, natural ingredients, Ella's Kitchen's meals are very appealing to even the fussiest of babies and toddlers. This book has over 100 mouth-watering recipes that the whole family can enjoy together.

    Chapters are organised by mealtime and have been carefully developed to ensure that they are balanced and will delight both the little ones and the grown-ups who are sitting down for a family meal. From crunchy coconut and cranberry granola for breakfast to a dinner of wrapped-up salmon with veggie ribbons and a strawberry cloud treat, all of the recipes are delicious.

    This book reveals which meals are best to adapt for weaning babies; what kinds of food you should prepare when the children are having a play date; and the recipes that will keep warm for anyone who is late to the dinner table.
  • THMC
    Atul Kochhar
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    Atul Kochhar is a Michelin-starred chef who you may recognise from his appearances on the BBC's Great British Menu and Saturday Kitchen. In 30 Minute Curries he shows you how to make simple and delicious meals in next to no time at all.

    With the aim of making curries at home far less daunting, the recipes in this collection all contain Atul's trademark combination of fresh British produce and a modern Indian approach and the photography of the dishes is sure to make your mouth water.

    The curries make use of vegetables and pulses; eggs and cheese; seafood; poultry; and meat. Our favourite dishes include Mangalorean fish curry, Goan chicken curry and spiced red kidney beans.
  • EKFK
    Jennifer Low
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    In this follow-up to Kids Kitchen are 100 new recipes for both sweet and savoury dishes - and they've all been designed and developed with children in mind.

    None of the recipes use sharp knives or are cooked on the hob, meaning they're safer for children to cook themselves (with adult supervision, of course). Most of the recipes use measuring jugs and measuring spoons and there are photographs to help children know exactly what to aim for.

    It even has dishes for children with gluten intolerances and coeliac disease. Among the recipes that can be added to family meals are up-side down baked potatoes, every-flavour pork chops and cashew couscous, while there are also over 50 baked treats including fresh lemon cupcakes and rainy day banana bread.
  • MDCK
    Dale Pinnock
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    Dale Pinnock, also known as the Medicinal Chef, will help you understand everything you need to know about healthy eating in this beautiful cookbook that makes use of recipes from 'nature's edible pharmacy'.

    Fully revised and updated and presented in full colour, it contains delicious recipes that target many of today's common chronic complaints including digestive problems, skin disorders, heart and circulation conditions and issues that concern the immune and nervous system.
  • TKDD
    Tom Kerridge
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    Popular chef Tom Kerridge has managed to lose 11 stone over the past three years. The reason why? His Dopamine Diet - a diet that lets you keep all of the good stuff and none of the boring.

    The Michelin-starred chef's recipes in this cookbook all feature ingredients that will trigger the release of dopamine (the 'happy chemical') in your brain and are sure to leave you feeling good. It will encourage you to ditch alcohol and starchy carbs and replace them with protein, fruit and vegetables.

    With no need to count the calories, this book shows you how to make healthy dishes that still contain the dairy products and quality meats you love - as well as chocolate. Among our favourites were the fried halloumi with roasted onion salad; soy-glazed cod with garlic, chilli and ginger; and braised beef with horseradish.
  • AWVK
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    From The Australian Women's Weekly, The Vegan Kitchen presents over 130 wholefood recipes that are perfect for a plant-based diet.

    Vegan food has never been more popular, especially now the health and environmental benefits are more widely known, and this book will help anyone who has changed their diet embrace all sorts of new flavours. It shows how accessible it is to eliminate meat, dairy and eggs.

    There are fresh recipe ideas that use 'new' alternative ingredients that are readily available and it even has recipes for making your own animal-free yoghurt, cheese, mayonnaise and ice cream.
  • ETMR
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    100 Easy 30-minute Recipes will help you take the stress out of cooking by using everyday ingredients and easy-to-follow techniques.

    With its step-by-step instructions, this cookbook will help even the biggest novice become a whizz in the kitchen - and the dishes cover everything from spicy stir-fry recipes to hearty grills, healthy salads and delicious desserts.

    This is an ideal cookbook for anyone just starting out in the kitchen or those who are short on time but want to eat well.
  • LVCF
    Ryan Soeder & Kohei Matsuno
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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.
  • MIER
    Thomasina Miers
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    Thomasina Miers, the founder of Wahaca and Guardian food writer, presents over 300 delicious, fuss-free recipes that she enjoys eating with her family in Home Cook.

    A stunningly presented book that has drawn praise from the likes of Lauren Laverne, Sara Cox and Claire Ptak from The Violet Bakery, it's bursting with mouth-watering meals and features simply sumptuous photography.

    Thomasina has gathered together the recipes that have meant the most to her over the years and they range from traditional family favourites to more exotic fare. From small bites to comfort food and recipes for date nights, you'll love cooking and eating these recipes just as much as she's enjoyed sharing them.
  • ONPL
    Georgina Fuggle
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    On the Pulse offers a tempting selection of classic and contemporary dishes that make use of pulses including chickpeas, lentils and broad beans. More unusual pulses including adzuki and edamame beans are also featured.

    This book encourages you to embrace rich and nutrient-dense legumes and showcases their variety, health benefits and the best ways to cook with them. Gluten free, cheap and versatile, they can be the basis of some truly simple yet stunning recipes.

    We're sure you'll love trying the likes of green falafel with Harissa yogurt, Vietnamese meatballs with edamame beans and black bean Mississippi mud pie with salted caramel.
  • HYCK
    Mich Turner
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    Mich Turner, celebrity baker and owner of the Little Venice Cake Company, shows how you actually can have your cake and eat it with this hand-picked selection of healthier and more nutritious cakes and bakes.

    Complemented by simply mouth-watering photography, the recipes in this book make use of alternatives for gluten, fats, sugars and dairy. You'll find tempting ideas for cakes, cookies, meringues, bars, muffins and cupcakes.

    Designed to accommodate your personal diet and lifestyle, these sweet treats also come with step-by-step instructions and are suitable for all levels of baker. Among our favourite recipes were the peach melba muffins and hazelnut meringue with mango and passion fruit.
  • PHFD
    Nick Knowles
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    Popular DIY SOS presenter Nick Knowles reveals how a trip to Thailand inspired him to change his diet and live a better life - and shares the recipes which will allow you to do the same.

    Now slimmer and healthier than ever before, this book is full of the vegetarian and vegan recipes that Nick loves. He promises these dishes will appeal to even the hungriest carnivore and the hearty nature of them will stop your tummy rumbling.

    From posh meals to impress to puddings that will delight everyone's taste buds, he even shows ho how to make a healthy raw chocolate cake. We highly recommend the proper chunky vegan burger.
  • TGDA
    Lucy Jessop
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    Moreish, nutritious and full of antioxidant properties, everyone loves avocado and in this cookbook Lucy Jessop provides 40 delicious and health-boosting recipes that make the most of the tasty fruit.

    Whether you prefer it smooth, smashed, chunky or whole, there is no wrong way to eat this nutrient-packed fruit. From smashed on toast for a snack to to topped with eggs for brunch, this book covers it all. I will also show you how to transform it into a feel-good smoothie, a zingy salsa or even a sensational salad dressing.

    You can also add avocados into your dessert instead of cream. his is a brilliant book about a fruit that is becoming more and more popular.
  • SMGF
    (1)
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    Save Money Good Food is the latest hit show to help families save money and eat well. Hosted by Susanna Reid and chef Matt Tebbutt, it shows how you can eat delicious meals every day of the week for under £5.

    This book explains how if you buy wisely and eliminate your waste, you will be able to enjoy some very impressive meals every night. From quick fixes for busy weeknights to showpiece family meals, they're all very tasty and you'll be amazed by just how much you are saving.

    This book even has ideas for what to do with those inevitable leftovers!
  • GFSR
    Sarah Raven
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    Full of sumptuous recipes that are centred around fruit and vegetables, Sarah Raven's Good Good Food is a cookbook that shows healthy eating can be delicious and satisfying.

    Sarah used to work as a doctor at the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton so draws on her wealth of medical knowledge to explain why ingredients like kale, broccoli, red wine, blueberries, apples and seeds are so good for you and how they help protect your body.

    With its mouth-watering photography, the book features 250 colourful recipes that range from lemon chicken and summer herb salad to blood orange sorbet and basil yoghurt ice cream.