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Food & Drink: Cookbooks & Recipe Books

  • CSEV
    Aine Carlin
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    Aine Carlin returns with another tantalising selection of vegan dishes - all of which have an emphasis on fantastic flavours and seasonal fresh ingredients.

    These dishes do not rely on substitutes of hard-to-source ingredients and will appeal to both committed vegans and those who are wishing to dabble in meat-free recipes on an occasional basis.

    There are over 125 plant-based recipes to try out and they range from crispy cinnamon potato tacos to turmeric and sweet potato soup. There are also sweet treats including vanilla panna cotta.
  • LWFG
    Tom Kerridge
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    Looking to lose weight in 2018? Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge can help. This cookbook ties in with his latest BBC series and contains 100 recipes that are low in calories but big on flavour.

    Having lost over 11 stone in the last four years, there is no-one more qualified to motivate you to start eating good food as you look to shift the pounds. Better still, Tom's dishes are served in portion sizes that would satisfy even the hungriest person.

    You'll never feel like you're missing out, especially with the likes of warm halloumi salad, sweet potato and black bean burritos and baked doughnuts with sweet five-spice dust on offer!
  • MBCL
    Mary Berry
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    No one knows good food better than Mary Berry and in her latest cookbook she reveals 120 brand new recipes that are sure to delight all your family, friends and guests.

    She offers advice that will help you feel more confident in the kitchen and even her most complex recipes will be manageable for even the most novice cook.

    She'll show you how to master the art of traditional French onion soup, roast the perfect loin of pork with apple sauce and (of course!) back incredibly tasty teatime treats including treacle tart and lemon meringue pie.
  • Three Ingredient Baking - Paperback - 9780718184797 - Sarah Rainey
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    Sarah Rainey
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    Someone (Bob Dorough, but you may be more familiar with the De La Soul version) once sang that three is the magic number and this book proves that statement to be true. It's packed with recipes for cakes, breads, biscuits and desserts that only use three ingredients each!

    Three-ingredient baking is so popular right now with YouTube videos racking up millions of views and this book helps you make the most of it. Each recipe only has three ingredients - there are not even any seasonings or hidden extras.

    Suitable for bakers of all levels, every treat is fast, convenient and easy to make and among the 100 recipes are an almost-instant Christmas cake, banana bread baked in a slow cooker, muffins made from ginger beer and bread conjured from ice cream (!).
  • CHRS
    Anne Shooter
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    Anne Shooter shares a selection of delicious recipes inspired by her Jewish family in this sumptuous cookbook.

    Full of bold flavours and simple ingredients, this book will appeal to anyone who enjoyed the likes of Persiana and Mamushka, The step-by-step instructions will help you capture the hearty and warming taste of these incredible meals.

    The recipes include a weekday one-tray supper of chicken, aubergine and bulghar wheat, a Sunday lunch of lamb shanks with apricots and a dinner of roasted peppers with chickpeas, quinoa and feta.
  • ESLO
    Ryland Peters & Small
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    Make use of your slow cooker by preparing the hearty and tasty dishes on offer in this incredible cookbook.

    Slow cookers can be used day or night and can help prepare your food while you're out of the house so you'll love the warming soups, starters, light bites, one-pot dishes, poultry, game, fish and veggie dishes on offer here. There are also ideas for lip-smackingly indulgent desserts including a blueberry and cherry sponge and coffee hazelnut pudding with coffee bean sauce.

    Slow cookers are perfect for busy people who love good food - and this book has every recipe you could ever need.
  • 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.
  • CBRR
    Tristan Stephenson
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    Master mixologist and Curious Bartender Tristan Stephenson explains why rum is such a super spirit in this inspiring guide. It explains how rum is made and the science of sugar cane, molasses, distillation and ageing.

    As well as the remarkable history of the tipple - from its humble origins to its status as a life-blood of the Royal Navy and its love affair with Cuba - Tristan delves into its darker past, discovering tales of devils, pirates and more.

    This book also covers the world's greatest rum distilleries (along with tasting notes) and a selection of cocktails for you to try at home including a jazzed-up Mai Tai and mojito and perfect planter's punch.
  • ELTA
    Ben Fordham
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    We're not sure we've ever seen a more fitting book title than Everyone Loves Tacos. They really do - and this book is packed with 65 fresh, tasty and zingy recipes from Felipe Fuentes Cruz and Ben Fordham of Benito's Hat, Burritos and Margaritas.

    This book aims to bring the taste of street food tacos into your own kitchen by showing you the best combinations of tortilla, filling, salsa and garnish. Its first chapter is dedicated to Little Cravings (or antojitos) - the perfect companions to taco feasts. This is followed by a selection of breakfast tacos and then the traditional chicken, pork and beef tacos

    There are also fish and seafood tacos, inventive vegetarian tacos (avocado is a big favourite) and then sweet recipes including chocolate ice cream with agave. There's even a chapter dedicated to salsas, relishes and sides.
  • 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.
  • DSFK
    Davina McCall
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    Feed the whole family with Davina McCall's favourite sugar-free recipes.

    This book is packed with tasty refined sugar-free recipes that can be made fast and with no fuss. Wonderfully healthy, these recipes also contain no tricky-to-find ingredients and are ideal for any busy parent.

    There are quick suppers, indulgent specials, guilt-free lunchbox fillers and brilliant birthday cakes and they're all packed with smart carbs that will make the whole family stay healthy, look great and feel fuller for longer.
  • BBIG
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    The Biscuiteers are famed for their unique and memorable hand-iced biscuits and this beautiful book (with a stunning, tactile cover) shows you how easy it is to bake, ice and assemble your very own beautiful biccies at home.
    There are vibrant, creative and colourful ideas for biscuits for all kinds of occasions including birthdays, weddings, christenings, baby showers, Christmas and other special moments.

    As well as ideas for celebration cakes with a difference and quirky biscuit pops, there's even advice on displaying and wrapping gifts in style. It's packed with stunning photographs of the completed biscuits and step-by-step instructions for making the bakes and decorating them in style.
  • JMAA
    James Martin
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    Popular chef James Martin follows up his French Adventure with a new TV series and cookbook that follow his meals and travels across the United States of America.

    James travels from coast to coast, sampling the food on offer in every city and state he visits. He visits San Francisco, Philadelphia and New York among others and showcases the delicacies of these fine cities - and offers recipes for bringing the taste of the USA into your own home.

    He also uses his experiences of cooking with cowboys at a ranch and catering at the Reno air race to bring you some fine dishes. As well as the recipes from the series, this book contains exclusive photography from the food-driven road trip.
  • TNIC
    Rachel De Thample
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    Give your body a healthy boost with Rachel de Thample's Tonics & Teas: Traditional and Modern Remedies that Make You Feel Amazing.

    This tea-riffic book shows how what you drink can have huge benefits to your health and body. It combines ancient drinks and traditional remedies and even has tips on how you can build them into your busy lifestyle.

    Organised into three chapters, she covers tonics such as dairy keifr, beet kvass, nettle tonic and ginger shots; teas such as grasshopper tea, spice route tea, Armenian herbal tea and Afghan pin chai, plus delicious and beneficial drinks such as elderflower cordial, amazake and kombucha.
  • UFGR
    Gordon Ramsay
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    Gordon Ramsay is one of the world's most recognisable chefs and also a hugely talented athlete. In this book, he explains how eating well can lead to optimum health and fitness.

    This book is divided into different sections; each one offering ideas for breakfast, lunch, supper, sides and snacks and they all have different health-boosting benefits.

    There is a Healthy section packed with nourishing recipes that will enhance your well-being; a Lean section to encourage healthy weight loss; and a Fit section packed with pre- and post-workout dishes that will build your strength.
  • FMVE
    Lucy Watson
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    So many people are turning to a vegan diet and former Made in Chelsea star/vegan restaurant owner Lucy Watson's cookbook is packed with comforting and delicious recipes for every meal of the day. Best of tall, they're easy to make.

    The meals are so tasty they will delight even the most dedicated carnivores and even if you're looking to just cut down on meat, fish and dairy, you're sure to find a new favourite to add to your repertoire.

    Among the vegan meals on offer are French toast with spiced plums, mushroom mac and cheese, ultimate cheesecake and chocolate fudge cake. They're all accompanied by sumptuous photography.
  • SECO
    Amy Zavatto
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    Embrace the potential of Prosecco with this amazing book. It's packed full of 60 seriously sparkling cocktail recipes that are light, fizzy and fun.

    From choosing the right bottle to making standby syrups and perfect purees, this book will show you how to deliver delicious cocktails for every occasion. It shows how you can pair Prosecco with anything from juices to aperitifs to make a two-ingredient tipple packed with flavour.

    From the classic bellini and fresh fruit mimosa to more experimental combinations, the recipes are accompanied by bright and beautiful artwork and are oh-so-easy to make. Which one will you start with?
  • MODV
    Maria Elia
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    Maria Ella presents a selection of vegetarian recipes packed full of sensational flavours, colours and textures.

    She celebrates the versatility of veg and even has a 'Textures of' section that will inspire you to make use of the most common ingredients in a range of ways. There are over 120 recipes to try out and they're suitable for starters, mains, suppers, sides and desserts.

    Maria will show you how to smoke an aubergine on the hob and then use it in a curry or mash it and mix with potato. She also explains how to grill with miso and make the best Mediterranean salad.
  • CK2668
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    This Australian Women's Weekly Cookbook is full of essential recipes for even the biggest kitchen novice. All of them are extremely tasty and have been triple tested.

    There are egg, meat and seafood dishes and recipes that make use of grains and veg. It also tells you the basic stocks you should be using in each one.

    The recipes have easy-to-follow instructions and photography and include everything from simple sausage rolls to sticky soy and lime ribs.
  • GNSP
    Klaus St. Rainer
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    Get some Ginspiration with this brilliant DK book all about the best gin distilleries, cocktails and flavour infusions.

    It will show you how to reinvent classic cocktails and encourage you to try out spectacular recipes from mixology maestro, Klaus Reiner. There are tasting notes on 45 of the world's best craft gins and each one is accompanied by the story behind the distilleries and distillers that created them.

    Both aspiring mixologist and gin aficionados alike will love this beautifully illustrated book and will enjoy drinking their way through the recipes on offer.
  • HBMA
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    In The Hairy Bikers' latest BBC Two show, they head off to France, Spain and Italy to sample the hearty and healthy delights of Mediterranean food. This cookbook has a generous collection of recipes from the series.

    Easy to follow and with something for every season of the year, these fresh and simple dishes will help you embrace the amazing tastes and health benefits of a Med diet. They will help you bring the flavours of this famous region to any occasion.

    Among Si and Dave's 150 dishes are corsican lamb, n'duja stromboli and blood orange sorbet. You'll love every one!
  • PVUD
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    An estimated 4 million people in the UK have diabetes. In this amazing cookbook, Phil Vickery explains how being diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes needn't be the end of enjoying good food.

    Covering every meal of the day, these recipes have been specially designed to help diabetics take control of their diet and lower blood sugar levels. There are ideas for breakfasts, light bites, lunch, main meals and even drinks and dressings. Among the highlights are a roast butterfly chicken with pomegranate and a banana pinenut cake.

    Phil also offers tips for achieving (and maintaining) a healthy weight and advice on eating smaller portions and less refined carbohydrates.
  • WWHY
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    If you're thinking of eating healthier food in 2018, let the Weight Watchers experts lead the way. This cookbook is packed with easy-to-follow meal plans that are good for you AND delicious.

    It is bursting with ideas for breakfast, lunch, snacks and puddings that are low in SmartPoints. There are meal plans for one, two and the whole family and they range from quick fixes to meat-free dishes.

    By following these plans, you'll feel much better in yourself. As well as helping you lose weight, you'll also save money and have much less food going to waste.
  • VGAC
    Antonio Carluccio
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    The late Antonio Carluccio was one of the world's leading chefs and he knew Italian food like no other. In this collection of 120 recipes, he celebrated the taste and versatility of vegetables.

    The 120 recipes in the book reflect both traditional and contemporary Italian recipes. Making the most of humble vegetables, whether eaten raw, cooked or preserved, the recipes include pastas, soups, vegetable bakes and salads, risottos, pickle stews, tarts and dips. There are even cakes and biscuits based around veg!

    Essential for every kitchen, these healthy and tasty dishes will change the way you eat veg.