Food & Drink

Cookbooks

  • MYCC
    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.
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    Jamie Oliver
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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.
  • RCMV
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    Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall always comes up with delicious veg-based dishes and his latest cookbook - Much More Veg (the follow-up to River Cottage Veg Every Day) - is packed with even more recipes that are not only incredibly tasty but also good for you.

    Putting cheese, butter, cream eggs, refined flour and sugar to one side, Hugh explains how plant-based food including veg, fruit, wholegrains, nuts, seeds, spices and cold-pressed oils can be the basis of some incredible meals.

    All the recipes are easy, foolproof and versatlie and require only 20 minutes' (or less) preparation. Among the recipes are blackened cauliflower with pecans and tahini, spiced beetroot, radicchio and orange traybake and seared summer cabbage with rosemary, chilli and capers.
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    Rose Prince
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    Daily Telegraph journalist Rose Prince shows you how to entertain any number of guests with a variety of simple and impressive recipes that range from the classic to the novel and contemporary.

    Rose strongly believes that cooks shouldn't be banished to the kitchen when putting on a party or gathering so has come up with recipes that can be prepared in advance and dressed up to impress. She has ideas for both every course of dinner and parties. She even explains how to source the correct ingredients.

    This book also contains a range of sample menus, as well as advice on putting the right dishes together through the seasons. It's the perfect guide for anyone who wants to make entertaining easier.
  • TBFC
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    The Big Family Cooking Showdown is one of the hottest TV shows of the year and this accompanying cookbook is bursting with over 120 recipes that will feed the entire family.

    In the programme, 16 multi-generational families showcase their favourite recipes - and they range from hot-pots to fish and chips, curries and pasta that even top chef and 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 book is also packed full of mouth-watering photography.
  • PPFS
    Kathy Kordalis
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    This book will quickly become your bible to entertaining. It explains how you don't need to spend hours preparing food when you have a gathering.

    Showing you the best foods to serve, whatever season of the year it is, it is bursting with ideas that can be whipped up after work or during a really busy weekend. It tells you the best things to buy in advance and the dishes that really are simple to prepare.

    By following the handy advice in this cookbook you'll be able to spend happy times with all your guests and avoid all the stress that comes with getting ready for them to arrive.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
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    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.
  • 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.
  • OBHM
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    From seasonal salads to meat-free meals, the 100 recipes in this little book from the makers of Olive magazine all come in at under 500 calories and taste simply sensational.

    Triple tested by the Olive experts, every dish included in the cookbook is delicious and among the highlights are Grilled Tuna with Pineapple Salsa, Spicy Prawn Linguine and Thai Smoked Trout Salad.

    With easy-to-follow instructions and pictures to help indicate what you should be aiming for, this is a book for anyone who wants to eat healthier food but refuses to compromise on flavour.
  • 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.
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    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.
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    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.
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    Caroline Craig
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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.
  • EKFK 5 years +
    Jennifer Low
    5 years +
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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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
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    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.
  • BURG
    Paul Gayler
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    Who doesn't love burgers? This little gift book, shaped itself like a burger, has a burger for everyone - whether you prefer beef, lamb, pork, chicken, fish or a vegetarian option!

    Compiled by Paul Gayler, executive chef at the Lanesborough Hotel London, the book contains 25 recipes alongside a photograph of the finished creation that is sure to make your mouth water. Whether you want a burger for a low-key barbecue or one for a sophisticated dinner party, this is the cookbook for you.

    An iconic food staple, a home-made burger is nutritious, filling and portable - and among the exciting recipes included in here are a Caribbean pork burger, a smoked chicken cobb burger and a jumbo prawn burger.
  • HOST
    Felicity Cloake
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    Felicity Cloake's Perfect Host: the complete guide to dinner parties - for people who think they don't do dinner parties. Forget fish knives and boy-girl-boy-girl: modern entertaining sweeps away all the rules. These days, we're far more relaxed about inviting people round on the spur of the moment for sofa suppers and big, loud Sunday lunches, but there are still a few secrets to mastering the art of feeding people and having fun. In Perfect Host, Felicity Cloake ensures that you have every base covered. Whether it's having a few friends round for an impromptu after-work supper (lamb, harissa and courgette kebabs with jewelled couscous), knocking up a feast to accompany a DVD boxset (pulled pork and black bean chilli and tex mex slaw) packing a basket for that perfect picnic (scandinavian picnic loaf), planning the menu for a seductive dinner (pollack en papillotte with basil and tomatoes, and my last Rolo) or deciding what will wow at a raucous birthday party (chocolate and rose layer cake), Perfect Host is packed with delicious recipes (and helpful hints) for all occasions. "A discursive, chatty, knowledgeable and didactic kaleidoscope of a book, the sort of thing Mrs Beeton would no doubt be writing if she were alive today. As we all know, entertaining has the potential for stress and disaster. Felicity Cloake has provided us with the means to reduce the risks". (Daily Mail). Felicity Cloake is a journalist and food writer from London. She writes for the Daily Mail, the Metro and Fire & Knives magazine and has a weekly column in the Guardian. She was named Food Journalist of the Year and won the New Media of the Year Award at the 2011 Guild of Food Writers Awards. Her first book, Perfect is available in Penguin.
  • 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.
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    Hairy Bikers
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    You'll have seen Si and Dave bring a whole new variety of flavours to the standard meal staple of chicken and egg in their latest hit BBC show. Now you can bring these tasty treats into your own home with the help of this tie-in cookbook.

    With recipes perfect for the whole family, this cookbook is bursting with chicken recipes and egg-based puddings and starters. The recipes are easy to follow and there also tips to swap ingredients and techniques to learn from.

    Featuring the Hairy Bikers at their best, this is a cookbook that shows how there is far more to chicken than you would expect. It truly is a show-stopping celebration of this traditional favourite - it shows you how to make roasts, bakes, pies, puddings, casseroles braises and so much more.