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  • MRCH
    Marcus Wareing
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    The owner of three critically acclaimed restaurants, one of which is two Michelin-starred, Marcus Wareing shows you how to cook the food he loves to share at home with his family and friends in this inspirational book.

    From marvellous midweek meals to something spectacular for the weekend, all the recipes focus on great flavours and are easy to make. From a light chicken and asparagus salad to a delicious Sunday roast and indulgent eggs and avocado with chorizo jam, the MasterChef: The Professionals judge's meals are guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
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    Jonathan Ray
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    A hugely popular and very knowledgeable wine connoisseur, Simon Hoggart provides a highly personal selection of more than 100 exciting and eclectic wines in this informative and witty book.

    Aimed at the amateur wine lover who may be prepared to spend a little more to try something special, the book is free from pretentious 'wine-speak' and even contains a list of wine makers, distributors and merchants.

    Simon also highlights the Top 10 wines from all of those listed in the book. There are also entries on how you should read a wine label and the best ways to buy wine.
  • LNSP
    Joe Wicks
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    Also known as the Body Coach, Joe Wicks' previous book was a huge bestseller and switched many people onto his fitness mantra of eating more and exercising less.

    Now he returns with The Shape Plan, a book full of over 100 15-minute recipes that are as healthy as they are delicious. It also includes four new home workouts that will take your fitness up to the next level.

    Designed to build lean muscle and burn more fat, this is a brilliant book for those looking to live a better life.
  • TICC
    Monisha Bharadwaj
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    A qualified chef and award-winning cookery writer, Monisha Bharadwaj runs one of the top Indian cookery schools in the country and in The Indian Cookery Course, she'll show you how to make some traditional recipes that are bursting with flavour.

    A very comprehensive guide, it explores the myriad of regional varieties and shows you how to cook authentic, healthy and lesser-known Indian recipes. Chapters are broken down into various dishes and there are also insights into ingredients and techniques.

    From how to make a basic curry to the perfect ways of cooking rice and so much more, this is the book for you if you want to make traditional Indian food at home.
  • NTMG
    Keda Black
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    All the Mug Cakes books we've sold so far have sold like, well, hot cakes and now you can make these easy-to-bake treats even more delicious with the addition of Nutella.

    Packed full of tasty recipes, this book shows you how to add Nutella into the bakes. All easy and quick to make, the recipes also come with the added bonus of there being hardly any washing up.

    As well as cakes in a mug, there are step-by-step instructions for making cookies and sweet treats.
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    Joanna Farrow
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    Embark on a journey through time and cake with the 40 recipes featured in Doctor Who: The Official Cookbook.

    Providing fun for all the family, the book takes inspiration from the Time Lord and his TARDIS and shows you how to make cakes that are bigger on the outside than on the inside. A brilliant gift for Doctor Who fans, other delicacies include Zygon pies, peek-a-boo Pandorica cakes and so much more.

    Every recipe has step-by-step instructions and among the dishes you can make are meals, snacks, cakes and sweets. Although we're not sure if a Sonic Screwdriver will work quite as well as a rolling pin...
  • GBBO Perfect Cakes and Bakes to Make at Home - Hardback - 9781473615441 - Linda Collister
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    The Great British Bake Off is coming back and we can't contain our excitement - we simply cannot wait to see the contestants who are battling it out for Britain's biggest baking prize in the famous tent this year.

    This new book ties in with the latest series and includes recipes from the beloved judges Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry, as well as those from this year's contestants fighting it out to be Star Baker.

    Ideal for all levels of baker, each chapter is full of recipes for traditional classics with a twist and uses simple ingredients that can be transformed into something adventurous. The book also has clear advice on the equipment, ingredients and quantities you should be using on your way to the top!
  • Eat Well For Less - Paperback - 9781785941658 - Gregg Wallace
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    Gregg Wallace
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    Tying in with the hit BBC One series, Eat Well for Less is a fully illustrated family cookbook that will help you enjoy healthier (and cheaper!) meals.

    In the book, Jo Scarratt Jones presents 80 recipes that have been used in the series which finds presenters Gregg Wallace and Chris Bavin evaluating families' shopping habits and showing them how they can use leftovers, make savvy swaps and add more fruit and veg to their diets.

    In addition to the recipes, the book contains an extensive meal-planning guide and advice on freezing and where to store things, as well as recipes that will encourage children to get cooking and baking. The recipes range from eggless beetroot chocolate cake to build-your-own pizzas and home-made burgers.
  • BRIN
    Monika Linton
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    Not just a book about recipes (although trust us, they are delicious), Monika Linton's Brindisa: The True Food of Spain is a celebration of the country, its food and people.

    Brindisa is a very popular fine food import company and this cookbook contains classic regional recipes, tapas dishes and information about the very best ingredients and food producers. It will introduce you to delights such as jamon iberico de bellota, chorizo, cured ham and fish, fumet (rich Catalan fish stock), farmhouse cheeses, prepared pulses, olive oils and vinegars, sweet treats and storecupboard basics that are essential for Spanish and Mediterranean cooking.

    Everyone knows how much the Spanish love their good food and this cookbook covers every meal of the day - from their traditional breakfasts to the hearty lunches and small plates that make up the tasty tapas suppers.
  • GRBS
    New Covent Garden Soup Company
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    As the winter nights approach, we can think of no better food than a deliciously comforting bowl of soup. From the New Covent Garden Soup Co, this cookbook is full of classic recipes that have been sourced from all over the country.

    The warming dishes included in this book cover everything from garden-fresh Shropshire pea, mint and spinach soup to Welsh leek and Caerphilly cheese soup.

    A traditional British dish, the recipes add in some of the exotic flavours which make up today's tasty cuisine. They're wonderfully warming and sure to heat you up and delight.
  • HGPW
    Hugh Johnson
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    Every year, wine connoisseurs love to get their hands on the latest Hugh Johnson's Pocket Wine Book - and the 2017 edition will be no exception!

    An annual Book People favourite, Hugh provides facts on all the best wines, growers and wine regions from around the world and also reveals which vintages to buy, which to cellar and which should be drunk right away.

    If that isn't enough, there is also information on grape varieties, local specialities and how you can match food to make the most of the flavour of the wine.

    Three cheers for Hugh!
  • Simple - Hardback - 9781845338978 - Diana Henry
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    Diana Henry
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    A much-loved food writer, Diana Henry has the knack of turning an ordinary meal into something quite extraordinary. In Simple, she will show you how to make effortless food that is big on flavour.

    A perfect companion to her popular A Bird in the Hand cookbook, here Diana adds ingenious ideas for all kinds of meals - from no-hassle starters to sauces that will add a kick to any dish.

    Using ingredients you'll find in your cupboard or in the fridge, among the highlights are Turkish pasta with caramelised onions, paprika-baked pork chops with beetroot, caraway and sour cream and parmesan-roasted cauliflower with garlic and thyme.
  • TWMC
    Martha Collison
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    As we all eagerly await to see who will be crowned Star Baker of the Great British Bake Off 2016, why not hone your baking skills with the help of 2015's hugely popular contestant, Martha Collison?

    Twist is a book that does what it says on the (baking) tin. It provides you with a host of fresh, creative and innovative ideas to reinvent your baking. Not only does Martha explain the secrets of sweet baking success - whether it's a cake, biscuit, dough or pastry - but she also reveals how to add delicious twists to traditional favourites. Who could resist a chocolate AND passionfruit layer cake?

    With its contemporary design that combines easy-to-follow instructions, cool illustrations and mouth-watering photography, Martha shows you how to make one of her Favourites and then provides recipes that adapt this into something truly show-stopping. e.g. a vanilla cake can easily be transformed into a pink grapefruit drizzle cake (or gin and tonic drizzle cake, if you prefer) and vanilla cupcakes can be made into lemon cheesecake cupcakes.
  • 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.
  • Jamie's Superfood Family Classics - Hardback - 9780718178444 - Jamie Oliver
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    Jamie Oliver
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    Did you know the average Brit can only cook nine recipes and often has the same home menu week in, week out? Luckily, Jamie Oliver is here to help you broaden your repertoire with his latest cookbook, Super Food Family Classics.

    Following on from his bestselling Everyday Super Food, the recipes in this book are amazingly tasty and also healthy and nutritious. Jamie will show you how to sneak in extra veg to squash mac 'n' cheese, master the art of chicken goujons and plan your week ahead with freezer-friendly fare like jumbo fish fingers.

    The ingredients are easily sourced and recipes easy to follow. Throughout the book, Jamie shares his ideas for breakfasts, salads, traybakes and much more.
  • The Hairy Dieters: Fast Food - Paperback - 9780297609315 - Hairy Bikers
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    Hairy Bikers
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    The Hairy Dieters' cookbooks are full of delicious and healthy treats that will satisfy even the biggest appetite. Si King and Dave Myers continue this tasty trend with Fast Food - a book dedicated to showing that healthy food doesn't take too long to prepare.

    All the low-calorie recipes featured are big on flavour but perfect for those who are short on time, as they can be made in under 30 minutes. From breakfasts, mains and brunches to soups, salads and snacks, among the hearty yet healthy meals you can try are Spicy Sweetcorn Fritters, Chicken Tagine and Instant Sorbet with Frozen Berries.

    The Hairy Bikers have been bringing incredible food to the nation for many years now and here they're helping make healthy eating even easier.
  • GGFR
    Susanna Booth
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    Around one in a hundred people have coeliac disease and are encouraged to avoid wheat, barley, rye and oats in order to live a healthy and happy life.

    Nowadays, many more people - including many who have no issues with coeliac - are discovering the benefits of healthy eating and are removing gluten from their diets. This cookbook is full of over 100 gluten-free recipes that are tasty and healthy. Among these tempting dishes are coconut & lime chicken curry, a vegetable cobbler and cinnamon spiral buns.

    Alongside the recipes for salads, savoury dishes, sweet treats and cakes and biscuits, the book also includes cheats, swaps and dietary advice to help make going gluten-free easy and appealing.
  • HGTC
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    When things go wrong with your gut, it not only affects you physically but also mentally. This accessible cookbook provides 150 stage-by-stage healing recipes that will improve your digestive health.

    Starting by helping you understand the concept of gut health, the book reveals the 'Five R's of Gut Healing' (Remove, Replace, Reinoculate, Repair and Rebalance) and then explains the pillars of the diet before providing a stage-by-stage eating plan that will help progressively restore gut health.

    The recipes will help treat problems like leaky gut syndrome and show that healing the digestive system doesn't have to be bland and boring. The book also offers clear advice on what to expect from the diet and tips for keeping it up in the future.
  • CBVH
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    Matthew Biggs, Jekka McVicar and Bob Flowerdew, the hosts of BBC Radio 4's Gardener's Question Time, provide a comprehensive guide to selecting, cultivating, harvesting and cooking your own fresh produce with The Complete Book of Vegetables, Herbs & Fruit.

    Complete with lavish illustrations, the book is perfect for anyone who would like to grow their own produce but feels like they need a helping hand with getting started. It details the cultivation and companion planting alongside the pests and diseases each produce may attract.

    It also reveals the culinary, medicinal and cosmetic uses for each variety. In fact, there are 600 recipes to try that make use of over 70 vegetables 100 herbs and 100 popular fruits. It's an essential book for any gardener or cook.

    Please note this is a bind-up of three previous books by the authors.
  • CHFC
    Fearne Cotton
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    Fearne Cotton is one of the most familiar figures from the world of TV and radio. Since having children, she has developed a love of cooking and in Cook Happy Cook Healthy she shares her favourite family recipes.

    Whether you're looking for speedy midweek lunches, healthy snacks to beat the afternoon slump or recipes that take a bit longer to prepare but are extra special for the weekend, you'll find them all in here.

    Each recipe has been refined to use sugar-free and nourishing ingredients (all of which are easily sourced) and among the highlights are super-quick granola, courgette and carrot 'spaghetti' and Death by Chocolate cake.
  • Ready, Steady, Glow - Hardback - 9781409163381 - Madeleine Shaw
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    Madeleine Shaw
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    Madeleine Shaw - author of Get the Glow and nutritional health coach to the stars - returns with Ready, Steady, Glow, a cookbook full of over 100 delicious, easy and nutritious meals.

    A book of two halves, you'll find weekday recipes that can be made in under 30 minutes alongside sumptuous and show-stopping recipes for the weekend. All the recipes are wheat- and sugar-free and contain natural ingredients that are easily sourced in a local supermarket.

    Among the recipes are a lemon and blueberry bircher topped with pistachios, courgette and halloumi fritters with lemon poppy yoghurt and Goan chicken curry. As well as all this, Madeleine showcases some of her yoga routines to help you live better.
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    We've always been known for our delectable taste in cakes but ever since the Great British Bake Off arrived on our TV screens in 2010, the nation has gone even more baking crazy.

    Focusing on cakes and bakes that will have a show-stopping effect on children's parties, the recipes in here are suitable for both novice cooks and skilled bakers. Featuring cakes, biscuits, buns and bakes, there are sweet treats and savoury eats among the recipes from beloved contestants including Richard, Ian, Chetna and Luis.

    Whether you're planning a party for a toddler or a teen, you'll find the perfect recipe. There are even themed cakes including lions, rockets and snow queens.
  • Good Good Food - Sarah Raven - Hardback - 9781408835555 - Sarah Raven
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    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.
  • SFRB
    Aidan Goggins
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    This follow-up to the Sirtfood Diet contains over 100 delicious recipes that can help you lose up to 7lbs in a week.

    All tried and tested, the recipes are easy to follow and will increase your energy levels to help you feel great. They are brimming with flavour and include the official top 20 Sirtfoods including kale, parsley, strawberries, dark chocolate and even coffee.

    The meal plan is flexible enough to be adjusted to your routine, budget and diet; and the book is also full of nutritional advice and tips.