Food & Drink

Cookbooks

  • HFRW
    Patrick Drake
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    Recipe kit company HelloFresh specialises in simple, wholesome and tasty dishes that are easily made in the comfort of your own home. This cookbook, written by Head Chef and Co-Founder Patrick Drake, contains step-by-step instructions for 100 of their tastiest recipes.

    Suitable for beginners and seasoned cooks, it will help you make dinners in just half an hour - perfect for your weeknight meals. Among the nutritious dishes are roasted honey feta with crispy sweet potatoes, Mexican shepherd's pie and prosciutto linguine.

    This book also contains a range of vegetarian options, tips on equipping your kitchen on a budget and a list of storecupboard essentials.
  • BTBC
    Keo Films.Com Ltd
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    Accompanying the new BBC series, the Britain's Best Home Cook cookbook is packed with the recipes that impressed the judges Mary Berry, Chris Bavin and Dan Doherty.

    All achievable and delicious, these recipes are accompanied by step-by-step advice and mouth-watering photography. Compiled and written by award-winning food writer Jordan Bourke, the book covers everything from making the perfect roast to conjuring up an irresistible chocolate pudding.

    This book also contains plenty of advice to help make your cooking easier and more experimental.
  • BOSH
    Henry Firth
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    The plant-based recipes in the brilliantly named BOSH! cookbook are easy to make and unbelievably tasty.

    Inspired by the popular YouTube channel, the meat- and dairy-free recipes are perfect for breakfasts, dinners, desserts and even parties. Sure to delight even the most committed carnivore, the recipes including burrito samosa, the Big Bhaji Burger, satay sweet potato and a salted caramel crunch tart.

    These filling recipes are oh-so-satisfying both to make and eat. With over 140 recipes to try, they're perfect, whether you're already vegan or if you're looking to cut down on meat and dairy.
  • 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.
  • 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!) make incredibly tasty teatime treats including treacle tart and lemon meringue pie.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • FNFD
    Mark Northeast
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    Help your fussy eater discover more foods with the fun ideas in this book. It's perfect for parties.

    Its combination of sweet and savoury ideas range from cucumber crocodiles to scotch egg owls and favourite character sandwiches. Children will love helping to make them almost as much as eating the creations.

    Ideal for any themed parties, suppers and sleepovers, all of the ideas are easy to make and the likes of garden worm bangers and mash and ghoulish meringues will encourage children to experiment and enjoy more food that will tickle their taste buds.
  • HSAU
    Heather Thomas
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    Do you love the tempting taste of hot sauce? This red-hot little cookbook is packed with 60 recipes that make the most of the delicious condiment.

    Among the fantastically fiery dishes are chilli-fried eggs, hot sauce buffalo wings, Sriracha-buttered shrimp and crunchy Thai salad. There are also amazing sweet treats including chilli chocolate brownies and Mexican hot chocolate.

    There are even recipes for making your very own hot sauces including Mexican, sweet Thai chilli, Sriracha and Szechuan!
  • 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.
  • MTNL
    Nigella Lawson
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    Tying in with her BBC series At My Table, Nigella Lawson's latest cookbook finds the popular chef celebrating the food she loves to cook for her friends and family. Her tasty recipes include new riffs on classic dishes and more exotic ideas.

    From the warming and comforting to the truly inspiring, the recipes range from pear and passion fruit chutney to chicken fricassee and Indian-spiced chicken to aubergine fatteh.

    Of course, being a Nigella book, this is also bursting with sweet treats including emergency brownies, no-churn bourbon salted caramel ice cream and sunken chocolate amaretto cake.
  • 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.
  • MAZI
    Christina Mouratoglou
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    Bring the delicious flavours of Covent Garden's Mazi into your own home by trying out the recipes in the Greek restaurant's founders Christina Mouratoglou and Adrien Carre's cookbook.

    This sumptuous book focuses on sharing a feast of small dishes and all of its recipes are busting with Mediterranean flavour. They all make use of fresh ingredients and can be made with simple techniques.

    From spicy tiropita with broken filo pastry, leeks and chillis to crispy lamb belly with miso aubergine, chickpea and tahini puree, these are authentic Greek dishes with a modern twist.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • CK2661
    Denise Smart
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    This book celebrates in wondrous versatility of the world's favourite food. In need of an instant energy boost? Try Ultimate Chip Butty or Oven-baked Brunch. Your favourite takeaway is closed? Whip up Classic Chip Shop Curry Sauce or Beer and Onion Gravy in the comfort of your own kitchen. In need of a quick-and-easy snack, turn to Tuna Chip Melt or Loaded Cheese and Bacon Wedges. Really love chips? Why not start off with Chip Pancakes with Crispy Bacon and Maple Syrup, opt for the Leek and Chip Soup for lunch (to keep it light) and enjoy a hearty Chip Carbonara or Easy Chip Moussaka for dinner. Finish off your carb-loading extravaganza with some surprisingly delicious Churros-style Chips with Chocolate Dipping Sauce. Plus, if you are feeling energetic, there are foolproof recipes to oven-bake your own too, from French Fries to Wedges.
  • TBFC
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    The Big Family Cooking Showdown showcased some of the finest meals the families of Britain had to offer and this accompanying cookbook is bursting with over 120 recipes from the BBC show.

    They range from hot-pots to fish and chips, curries and pasta that even top chef (and show judge) Giorgio Locatelli said he would be 'proud to serve in his restaurant'.

    Including all the best recipes from the hit series, many of which have been passed down through generations, this cookbook is packed full of mouth-watering photography.
  • Mary Berry's Complete Cookbook - Hardback - 9780241286128 - Mary Berry
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    Mary Berry
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    Mary Berry is the nation's favourite baker (and cook!) and this revised and updated edition of her classic cookbook is packed with over 650 recipes that will delight families across the nation. It's a great gift and an essential addition to any kitchen bookshelf.

    Showcasing a combination of traditional dishes, exotic flavours and typically tasty Mary Berry favourites, the dishes are accompanied by beautiful photography and there are ideas for soups, poultry, game, pies, desserts, cakes and vegetarian treats.

    From salmon roulade to prawn tacos and dairy-free lasagne, the recipes are suitable for all occasions and can be prepared by cooks of all abilities.
  • 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.
  • TMOB
    Nick Sandler
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    Tasty and healthy, bone broths are becoming increasingly popular around the world. This cookbook - The Magic of Broths - contains 60 recipes that are full of goodness and perfect for anyone looking to eat healthier in 2018.

    Split into six sections covering Beef, Pork, Chicken & Duck, Fish, Veggie Broths and Steamboats, you'll find everything from comfort food like Pork Fritters in Broth to more exotic recipes such as Korean Red Pepper.

    Good for you and packed with flavour that you won't mind eating again and again, this is a complete guide to broths you'll return to again and again.
  • SAVR
    Amber Locke
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    Instagram sensation Amber Locke presents a selection of sensational, vegan-friendly soups in Savour. This cookbook celebrates the joy and taste of fruit and vegetables all year round.

    This book encourages you to transform the fruit in your bowl and the vegetables in your fridge into colourful soups and has something suitable and tasty for every season of the year.

    Economical, fresh and healthy, among the highlights are a watermelon gazpacho soup, black-eyed bean chilli stew and sparkling pineapple soup. There are even suggestions for extra toppings and twists.
  • CLRI
    Martyn Nail
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    Claridge's is one of the iconic London hotels and this cookbook offers a glimpse inside the walls while also showing you how to recreate the fine dining on offer in your own home.

    Available with an unbelievable Book People saving off its RRP of #30, it's full of stunning photographs and places and makes a gorgeous gift book for anyone who likes the more glamorous side of life and fancies themselves as a foodie. There are even gatefold spreads that show the kind of treats on offer.

    From breakfasts to afternoon tea and main courses including caviar and roast rack of Kentish lamb to sweet desserts like lemon meringue eclairs and salted caramel peanut bars, there is so much to try. This book even has tips on hosting dinner for 100 and coming up with a cracking Christmas selection.
  • KTRK
    Kirstie Allsopp
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    Kirstie Allsopp showcases the simple recipes she cooks for her family in this mouth-watering cookbook.

    Kirstie learned to cook as she went along, but luckily she's managed to harbour advice from cooks, bakers and chefs, as well as friends and families, over the years. This book contains all of her favourite recipes, ranging from weekday suppers to those that will astound any crowd when entertaining.

    Kirstie even provides advice on dealing with fussy eaters and shows you how to make something special out of the food you eat every day. She also recalls stories from her family life and how these events inspired her cooking.