Food & Drink

Food From Around the World

  • 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.
  • MTSB
    Cyrus Todiwala
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    Basing over 120 recipes around 10 of his favourite spices, this cookbook from Cyrus Todiwala is packed full of fresh and flavourful dishes.

    From spiced shoulder of lamb to saffron and cardamom creme brulee, the book blends spices and ingredients in very exciting ways. Mixing Western dishes with Indian flavourings, the book has ideas for everything from after-work dinners to party food.

    You may be wondering what Mr. Todiwala's 10 essential spices are? Well, make sure you have black mustard seeds, red chilli, cumin, coriander, turmeric, cardamom, cloves, saffron, cinnamon and mace in your storecupboard!
  • SCCF
    Trine Hahnemann
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    This amazing book will be available to buy from Book People soon. Please keep checking back!

    If you're wanting to live in a more hygge way, than you've got to indulge in some delicious Scandinavian comfort food. If you're wondering what hygge means, it's a Danish word with no basic translation but it's basically something cosy, warming or the feeling of content.

    This cookbook from Danish cook and writer Trine Hahnemann shows how you can take inspiration from Scandinavian cooking and create some incredibly tasty dishes. There are ideas for family meals, soups, salads, breads, pickles, jams and cordials. There are even mouth-watering cakes to bake.

    Revolving around fresh, seasonal ingredients and with a balance of nutrition, the food is hearty and sure to help you embrace the hygge lifestyle.
  • GNHI
    Gino D'Acampo
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    Teaching you how to cook and eat like a true Italian, Gino D'Acampo is back and ready to take you on a journey of discovery through Northern Italy in this gorgeous cookbook.
    Revealing the secrets of Italian food, Gino introduces 80 new recipes that are delicious and will help bring the taste of Italy onto your dining room table. Accompanying a primetime series called Hidden Italy, there are chapters dedicated to antipasti, pasta, risotto, meat, fish, vegetables, baking and desserts.

    From peach picking in Turin to truffle hunting in Piedmote, Gino has done it all and here he shows you the best ways to use local and seasonal Italian ingredients.
  • RSLW
    Rick Stein
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    Rick Stein heads off all around Europe in search of good food in this tie-in cookbook to his hit TV show, Rick Stein's Long Weekends.

    From Copenhagen to Cadiz and Berlin to Bologna, he looks at some of the incredible national dishes and shows you how to make them in the comfort of your own home.

    Accompanying the second series, there is also some fascinating photography of the countries that will surely inspire your next trip away.
  • Sirocco - Hardback - 9781784720476 - Sabrina Ghayour
    Sabrina Ghayour
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    Sabina Ghayour, the bestselling author of Persiana, returns with Sirocco - a cookbook with 100 recipes that capture the fabulous flavours from the East.

    Warm, spicy and sultry, the recipes see a twist being given on traditional Western favourites and are sure to tantalise your taste buds. With chapters including Brilliant Breakfasts & Brunches, Mouthwatering Main Dishes and Light Bites and Savoury Snacks, there really is something for everyone in this cookbook.

    As well as the likes of chickpea and potato latkes, spice-roasted duck and chickenberry rice, the book has a selection of sweet treats for you to enjoy.
  • LMQS
    Raymond Blanc
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    Raymond Blanc is the owner of Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons, a popular hotel and restaurant based in Oxford.

    In this book he invites you into the hotel and takes you on a tour through its extensive grounds and reveals how each season influences its two-Michelin-starred-winning menu. He also reveals how every element of the place - from the Japanese garden to the Citronelle bedroom - came into being.

    He showcases his most celebrated dishes and shows you how to cook them in the comfort of your own home. His recipes range from omelettes, tarts and sups to haute cuisine. The recipes are accompanied by spectacular photography of the gardens, rooms and recipes and gorgeous, witty illustrations.
  • IPBG
    Institut Paul Bocuse
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    You can pre-order this item today! Please note all orders containing this item will be despatched in their entirety from 19 October onwards.

    If you dream of being a top-class cook, then why not learn from the best? This cookbook is bursting with tips, techniques and recipes from the world-renowned Insitut Paul Bocuse.

    The perfect guide for amateurs, professionals and serious cooks, this reference book is fully illustrated (1,800 photographs!) and covers 250 core techniques with step-by-step instructions. It then show you how to put these into practice in 70 delicious recipes - both classic and contemporary.

    Published to celebrate the institute's 25th anniversary, this is a very authoritative manual that will help you cook, prepare and serve tasty, high-end food.
  • LECR
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    This incredible cookbook is bursting with one-pot dishes that have been especially designed to be cooked with Le Creuset cookware including iron pots and grillpans.

    There are 100 mouth-watering recipes featured in the book and they range from casseroles and tagines to simple one-pot suppers. All the recipes have easy-to-follow instructions and are sure to delight the whole family.

    Among the tasty recipes are trout with bacon and fennel, shrimp and chermoula tagine and aubergine stuffed with rice, herbs and pine nuts.
  • The Indian Cookery Course - Hardback - 9780857833280 - Monisha Bharadwaj
    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.
  • MAMU
    Olia Hercules
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    Covering the sumptuous flavours of the Wild East, this debut cookbook from Olia Hercules contains 100 recipes for fresh and contemporary dishes that are inspired by everywhere from Armenia to Azerbaijan.

    Decidedly different but absolutely delicious, among the tempting recipes are ideas for soups, breads, salads, meat dishes, desserts and more. We especially enjoyed the Tartar Lamb Flatbreads, the Azerbaijani Rice and Fruity Lamb and the Birthday Ice Cream and Strawberry Cake.

    Olia was named one of the Observer's Rising Stars of 2015, so you know her recipes are going to be a tremendous fusion of ingredients and flavour. As if that isn't enough, the book's title was inspired by The Addams Family film - Mamushka is marvellous.
  • AMMY
    Norman Musa
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    Malaysian food is becoming increasingly popular and this cookbook from Norman Musa will show you how to bring the fragrant flavours into your home cooking.

    Listing the likes of Tom Kerridge and Ken Hom among his fans, Norman's recipes take the best of the food cultures of India and China and then adds a delicious twist.

    Including Authentic Satay, Chilli Sambai and Aromatic Seafood Curry, the book's recipes are suitable for special occasions and weeknight dinners.
  • COUS
    Ghillie Basan
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    Tagines are the rich and aromatic casseroles that form the basis of traditional Moroccan cooking.

    In this collection of recipes from Ghillie Basan, you will find some of the best-loved classics of the Moroccan kitchen - such as Lamb Tagine with Dates, Almonds and Pistachios, and Chicken Tagine with Preserved Lemon, Green Olives and Thyme - together with less traditional but equally delicious recipes for fish and vegetable tagines.

    There is also a chapter devoted to couscous dishes that provides essential recipes for the classic accompaniment and a selection of fresh-tasting salads and vegetable side-dishes.
  • CRDM
    Chetna Makan
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    Great British Bake Off semi-finalist Chetna Makan provides you with a number of show-stopping recipes that mix spices, herbs and Indian ingredients with traditional Western baked favourites in this brilliant baking book.

    From sponge cakes with cardamom and coffee filling to puff pastry bites with fenugreek paneer and swirly bread rolled with citrusy coriander, the book is full of exotic and extraordinary creations.

    There is detailed information on all the spices used and the book also includes recipes for beautiful breads and small savouries.
  • CRRY
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    Chefs from top Indian restaurants including Vivek Singh from the Cinnamon Club, Das Sreedharan from Rasa Restaurants and David Thompson from Nahm reveal their spicy secrets in this sensational cookbook from DK dedicated to Curry.

    With tastes and flavours from 18 different regions, including India, Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia, the sumptuous cookbook will show you how to make authentic dishes like Thai Green Jungle Curry, Chicken Makhani and South African Bunny Chow.

    Step-by-step instructions are included for each dish and they all use easily sourced ingredients, so spice up your life and take your taste buds on a global adventure!
  • KENC
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    Ken Hom and Ching-He Huang's Exploring China: A Culinary Adventure: 100 Recipes from Our Journey follows the pair as they journey through China on a culinary and cultural odyssey to find the old, the new and the unexpected.

    The book explores the influence on the West on traditional imperial cuisine and Buddhism's influence on vegetarian food. The hardback also sees Ken and Ching cooking with local families and making their own personal pilgrimages to Guangdong and Fujan to discover their personal and culinary roots.

    The glorious cookbook offers a unique and authoritative perspective on Chinese food that will both surprise and inform.
  • KORK
    Jordan Bourke
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    Authors Jordan Bourke and Rejina Pyo have their own Korean kitchen, but it isn't where you would expect. Thousands of miles away in London, the pair have dedicated themselves to celebrating the culture of Korea at home and here present the mouth-watering recipes that are part of everyday life in Korea.

    Covering every method of cooking, including pickling (which is not only an important part of Korean cooking, but also perfect for doing yourself at this time of year), the book takes you on a tour of Korea's rich heritage and presents home chefs with all the information you need to master kimchi, bibimbap and everything in-between, so you can discover the diversity and wondrous flavour of Asia's best-kept secret.

    Packed with over 100 recipes, step-by-step instructions and stunning photography of both the food and its native land, Our Korean Kitchen is a wonderful introduction to Korean food for those who are yet to enjoy this highly up-and-coming cuisine.
  • UMPL
    The Dumpling Sisters
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    Food Tubers The Dumpling Sisters bring you over 100 deliciously tasty and fuss-free Chinese recipes in their first cookbook!

    Amy and Julie Zhang have been entertaining and educating their YouTube following for years and this book will show you how to create their tantalising dishes in the comfort of your own home - from Best Ever Fried Rice to Cracking Five-spice Roast Pork Belly.

    With its step-by-step instructions, sumptuous photography and a focus on Chinese culture and eating etiquette, this is a great book to help you discover the joys of real Chinese cooking.
  • OLZT
    Rawia Bishara
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    Foodies among us may have heard of New York's hottest Middle Eastern restaurant, Tanoreen, and now you can bring chef/owner Rawia Bishara's critically acclaimed dishes into your home with the recipes in her debut book Olives, Lemons and Za'atar.

    Influenced by her Middle Eastern childhood and Mediterranean travels, this beautiful collection of family dishes will inspire home chefs of all abilities to bring the flavours of the Middle East to the dinner table. From breakfast, main courses and desserts to pickles, yoghurts and breads, the book takes you on a culinary journey of the region's colourful cuisine.

    With helpful step-by-step instructions and engaging, personal stories behind each dish featured alongside mouth-watering photographs, the book will inspire you and your family to try something new and delicious.
  • AQEI
    Anjum Anand
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    From Anjum Anand, presenter of BBC television's Indian Food Made Easy and writer of five bestselling books, Anjum's Quick & Easy Indian shows how we can all make 80 mouth-watering curries in just 20 minutes. Providing insight into stocking your cupboard with time-saving ingredients and hints for creating authentic Indian dishes easily at home, with the 'Take One' feature showing you how to make 3 great dishes from just 1 cupboard ingredient, this book is perfect for beginners and culinary experts alike.

    With easy-to-follow chapters including Tapas, Entertaining, Hassle-free Lunches, After-work Snacks and Desserts, Anjum takes you through the curry cooking process at your own pace, giving you the skills to make a plethora of dishes perfect for any occasion.
  • MJCN
    Madhur Jaffrey
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    Television's most-loved Indian cook Madhur Jaffrey travels across the nation exploring Britain's favourite dish in Curry Nation, the accompanying cookbook to the hit TV show. In the show, Madhur reveals how it is possible to sample so much Indian cuisine without ever leaving Britain and in this hardback book she showcases her favourite recipes that have influences from all over the subcontinent: Punjabi, Goan, Parsi and Bengali among others. Innovative and contemporary, Madhur gives many of the traditional recipes a unique twist, making this the perfect book for any fan of curry!
  • APAS
    Maria Segura
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    Bursting with quick and easy recipes, Maria Segura's 500 Tapas Dishes will help bring a touch of Spain into your life. With ideas for every occasion, tapas is easy and quick to make and can be served as a starter, a quick snack, a side dish or even as a complete meal.

    Providing delicious ideas for all taste buds and every kind of occasion, from an informal gathering to a sophisticated dinner party, this handy little cookbook offers recipes for fish, pork, lamb, vegetable dishes and desserts.
  • APPH
    Giuseppe Mascoli
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    Praised by many and widely regarded as home to some of the best pizzas in the country, now you can bring the incredible taste of the Franco Manca restaurant directly into your kitchen with this sumptuous cookbook.

    With recipes compiled by owner Giuseppe Mascoli and Bridget Hugo, the book takes pizza making back to basics. Aimed at those who have pizza stones or heavy baking trays rather than wood-burning ovens, the famous slow-rising sourdough recipe is included as well as many others, including seasonal variations.

    There are also chapters on Fritti (fried starters) and salad, as well as tips on how to make your own flavoured oils, preserve your tomatoes and cure your meat.
  • FLGR
    Rosemary Barron
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    Regarded as one of the most authentic and authoritative collections of Greek recipes, Rosemary Barron's Flavours of Greece is a cookbook with over 250 regional and national specialities included.

    From the olives, feta and seafood of mezes to delicate lemon broths, hearty bean soups, grilled meats and fish, baked vegetables and honey pastries, there's something for all tastes and seasonal food perfect for informal eating with friends, family and for entertaining. The tantalising recipes included here are sure to make your mouth water!