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Food & Drink: Cookbooks & Recipe Books

  • JMQE
    Jamie Oliver
    • £11.99
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    Jamie Oliver is back with even more mouth-watering recipes in Quick & Easy 5-Ingredient Food - a book that proves cooking does not have to be complicated. In fact, it's his easiest cookbook yet!

    All 130 recipes in the cookbook use just five key ingredients and can be rustled up in next to no time at all (none take over 30 minutes to prepare). They're all also very kind on your weekly budget. There are chapters based around chicken, beef, pork, lamb, fish, eggs, veg, salads, pasta, ride, noodles and sweet things.

    Each recipe includes a visual ingredient guide, a serving size, timings, easy-to-follow instructions and essential nutritional information.
  • NBFA
    Nadiya Hussain
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    Ever since she charmed audiences all over the world with her winning appearance on the Great British Bake Off, Nadiya Hussain has gone from strength to strength and fully established herself as one of the nation's favourite bakers.

    In this companion to the BBC 2 cookery series of the same name, Nadiya presents over 120 easy and enticing recipes inspired by the best of modern British food. The delicious dishes mix fantastic, local ingredients with Nadiya's favourite flavours (including ones that nod to her Bangladeshi roots).

    Celebrating the diversity of 21st century Britain, the recipes vary from masala eggy bread to spiced bean and banger stew and a cheese and pickle tart. The flavours are as radiant as Nadiya's smile!
  • FFOP
    Miguel Barclay
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    Perfect for summer and even better for your purse, Miguel Barclay's follow-up to One Pound Chef is bursting with 80 super-simple recipes that focus on fresh and light food - and every portion works out at just £1 per person.

    From warm and delicious soups to tasty salads and stunning stir-fries, there's something for everyone; he's also included a huge variety of vegetarian meals. Every tasty recipe can be prepared in a matter of minutes and use simple, easy-to-track down ingredients.

    Miguel also offers advice on shopping savvy, buying seasonal ingredients and embracing frozen versions of your new favourites. The recipes have been inspired by global cuisine and include the likes of 5-spice baked feta and asparagus salad, smoky fish taco and butternut gnocchi with crispy parma ham and feta.
  • TKMG
    Tom Kitchin
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    Now established as one of the nation's favourite chefs, Tom Kitchin shares his passion for meat and game in this mouth-watering cookbook.

    The game recipes make use of the likes of venison, partridge, pheasant, grouse, rabbit hare and all things wild and adds them to roast, pasta dishes, terrines, soups and pies, while the meat ones include roasts with all the trimmings and smoked ham hocks with hot pineapple salsa.

    Tom also adds some new and contemporary twists on much-loved classic meat dishes.
  • IQSK
    Sarah Wilson
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    Make sugar-free cooking easier, less expensive and more creative with the help of Sarah Wilson in this cookbook geared towards children.

    The fabulous recipes are full of nutrition and flavour and kids won't even notice they're taking in less sugar. There are ideas for breakfast, party foods, easy lunches and so much more. There are even sugar-free cakes and ice creams.

    Sarah also draws on her extensive knowledge to present veggie recipes and sneaky yet delicious tricks that can help your children get more nutrition and so much more.
  • SIFK
    Anjali Pathak
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    Inspired by her heritage and the food she was treated to while growing up, Anjali Pathak presents a delicious collection of authentic Indian dishes and contemporary creations that can be made by all cooks in this sumptuous cookbook.

    From light snacks to bigger bites, there are tasty treats for pretty much every meal of the day an all sorts of occasions. Who wouldn't fancy a three-course meal of spiced chicken wings, chilli beef with black pepper and decadent chocolate truffles?

    The secrets that Anjali reveals are sure to add some extra flavour to your next family meals. Among other highlights are spicy smoky potatoes, stuffed sweet peppers and mixed herb salad with honey pecan dressing.
  • 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.
  • Deliciously Dairy Free - Hardback - 9780600630074 - Lesley Waters
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    Lesley Waters
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    This delightful cookbook provides you with over 100 fresh and simple lactose-free recipes that can be used for healthy eating every day of the week!

    Millions of people are lactose intolerant and Deliciously Dairy Free will show how you never have to miss out on flavour if you're one of them. Also ideal for if you're going on a 'clean' diet, the book's recipes range from Olive Socca Bread with Butter Bean Hummus to Coconut and Coffee Ice.

    Cookery writer Lesley Waters also provides cheats and swaps along the way, meaning that die-hard dairy lovers will be able to enjoy all the favourite dishes they have been missing!
  • CKJW
    Joe Wicks
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    In his latest cookbook, The Body Coach Joe Wicks presents over 100 tasty recipes that will help you balance a healthy diet with cooking for a crowd.

    From easy favourites to sensational crowd-pleasers, every single recipe is big on flavour and packed with hero ingredients. Among Joe's favourites are roast chicken with celeriac mash and bacon greens, BBQ ribs with dirty corn and Tandoori chicken thighs with chapattis.

    Entirely dedicated to food (although Joe does make sure he mentions how important exercise is), the nutritious recipes are presented in full-colour photographs and are ideal for sharing.
  • HMTT
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    Helen McGinn, the author of The Knackered Mother's Wine Club, provides just the right tonic (so to speak) if you're planning on cutting down on the booze.

    Helen unveils a selection of recipes for mocktails, infusions and cordials, as well as offering her opinions on non-alcoholic wines, beers and spirits.

    This is a book you'll be constantly reaching for while you go through your booze-free spell.
  • The Cornershop Cookbook - Hardback - 9780224101042 - Caroline Craig
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    Caroline Craig
    • £2.99
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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.
  • 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.
  • PBCR
    Ryland Peters & Small
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    Translated as 'little breads', the Italian tradition of panini sandwiches is one we all love to follow - especially in the warmer weather!

    This book shows you the best recipes for the tasty, toasted sandwiches and is sure to provide all kinds of lunchbox ideas. Whether you prefer your panini to be full of melted cheese, spicy salami or very tasty veg, you'll find an idea here. Just make sure you have the best ingredients around on hand.

    This book also has ideas for bruschetta, open sandwiches and true crostoni and crostini. It even contains recipes for roasted tomatoes, caramelized onions, basil pesto and sour sweet-pickled vegetables known as giardiniera. There's also a recipe for mayonnaise - so you will always have somewhere to dunk your perfect panini!
  • The Little Tapas Book - Hardback - 9781742660301
    TLTB
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    Tapas, or 'finger food' in native tongue, may have originated in Spain, but the custom of nibbling on three or four delectable mouthfuls - empanadillas or, perhaps, chilli olives - with a glass of wine or two has been happily embraced by people from countries all over the world. And with The Little Tapas Book, you'll be whipping up your own tapas in no time.

    With step-by-step instructions and mouth-watering photographs throughout, you can learn how to bring the taste of the Mediterranean to your kitchen. And packed with more than 60 tapas recipes to try - inspired by Spanish, Portuguese and Mexican cuisine - this handsome little book of tempting bite-sized treats will keep the tradition of tapas alive and well. Choose a few to enjoy over drinks, or make a whole meal of them for the whole family to enjoy.
  • JMFA
    James Martin
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    In James Martin's latest television series, the popular chef journeys through the whole of France (in Keith Floyd's classic Citroen 2CV) sampling the finest delicacies the country has to offer.

    This tie-in cookbook will show you how to make 80 of the mouth-watering recipes he picked up on his travels. He's even added his own special twist to some of the dishes.

    All simple to prepare and accompanied by stunning photography, among the highlights are duck rillettes with fig and peach chutney, scallops Saint Jacques with champagne sauce and, for those with a sweet tooth, a pear and rosemary tarte tatin.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • FFDS
    Julia Thomas
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    Free-From Desserts will provide you with over 100 tempting dessert recipes that are suitable for coeliacs and those who are lactose intolerant.

    Ideal for those looking to trim down their intake of wheat, gluten and dairy, you'll find tasty recipes for gorgeous puddings, pastries, ice creams and cakes without butter, cream or wheat flour.

    A brilliant book for anyone who wants to make sweet treats that are healthier and more digestible.
  • TGYC
    Sophie Michell
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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.
  • 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.
  • EWFL
    Jo Scarratt-Jones
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    Gregg Wallace and Chris Bavin have helped so many families eat better food and save money in the process through the essential hints and tips offered in their BBC show Eat Well for Less. This latest cookbook focuses on family favourites full of nutrition and flavour.

    Alongside advice on batch cooking, stocking up on storecupboard ingredients and using up leftovers, this book has step-by-step instructions for cooking everything from quick and healthy breakfasts to hearty dinners and perfect puds. All 80 recipes use widely available ingredients and there are even ideas for snacks.

    It also has handy shopping lists and advice on creating meat-free variations and ideas that will appeal even to the fussiest of eaters.
  • The Goodness of Avocado - Hardback - 9780857833990 - Lucy Jessop
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    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.
  • 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.