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Food & Drink: Cookbooks & Recipe Books

  • I Quit Sugar: Kids' Cookbook - Paperback - 9781509843695 - Sarah Wilson
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    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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • OCWW
    Oz Clarke
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    Oz Clarke, one of the world's most respected wine connoisseurs, provides an entertaining yet authoritative guide to the tasty tipple in this huge tome.

    He reveals his favourite wines, grapes and vineyards and offers advice on being adventurous when it comes to choosing your next glass of wine. He also explains where different flavours come from and how to find exactly what you want.

    This book is illustrated with photographs of wine landscapes and detailed maps of all the key regions, explaining how location can affect and inspire each wine's taste.
  • CHMR
    Michel Roux
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    If you love cheese, you will adore Michel Roux's new cookbook. It's full of classic recipes and techniques that will help you make the most of all sorts of cheese in your cooking. Of course, the results are fantastic.

    Among the dishes Michel shows you how to make are raclette, cheese straws, lobster gratin and what he describes as the 'greatest ever ravioli and pizza'. There are also sweeter treats including orange cheesecake and souffle.

    The Michelin-starred chef also offers suggestions for alternatives depending on your personal taste of strong or mild flavours.
  • SLTD
    Chloe Timms
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    Who doesn't love salted caramel?

    This tempting cookbook from Chloe Timms is packed with 50 delicious treats including brownies, cookies, cakes, pops and doughnuts. They're all easy to make and are accompanied by step-by-step instructions.

    You can bake up salted caramel rye truffles, crunchy maple bacon popcorn and miso salted caramel sauce and all these tasty treats are ideal for adding a touch of sweetness - and saltiness - to your day.
  • HMEM
    Kate Doran
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    In this incredibly nostalgic cookbook, Kate Doran brings to life the recipes and stories that have made her blog, www.thelittleloaf.com, so popular.

    It contains simple recipes for 100 classic treats that will remind you of your childhood and many of them have been reinvented with an irresistible home-made twist, including peanut butter jammie dodgers, triple chocolate caterpillar cake and peach melba baked Alaska.
  • GNGM
    Killian Fox
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    The expert creators of The Gannet offer a selection of fascinating, funny and unexpected facts about food and drink in this gastronomic miscellany.

    Going well beyond the usual food fixations, this book is presented in a very inventive style and will entertain any foodie. It offers advice on everything from creating a hit food profile on Instagram to learning the ins and outs of craft beer.

    It also highlights millenia-old products that are still edible today... are you brave enough to try Irish bog butter or Ancient Egyptian honey?
  • DPAR
    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.
  • MSTC
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    Featuring a foreword from John Torode and Gregg Wallace, this cookbook has everything you need to cook like a true MasterChef champion. It contains over 120 tasty recipes that range from classic dishes to ones that are a little more experimental.

    By following these recipes, you can cook like a MasterChef champion and hone your culinary skills by learning how to fillet fish, make fresh pasta and so much.

    Fans of the long-running BBC show that love to cook will find so many mouth-watering recipes in the MasterChef Kitchen Bible. It's bursting with ideas and recipes from the hit programme and will inspire you to make a feast - fancy tackling nasi lemak, acorn penna cotta and squid ink tortellini.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • SAVO
    The Savoy Hotel
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    Even after 125 years, the Savoy and its art deco style continues to inspire people all over the world. But what would the Savoy be without its signature cocktails? This book features 750 recipes for you to raise a glass to.

    Capturing the spirit of high society in the 1930s, this book evokes a world of elegance, style and glamour as it gives you all the ingredients you need to make sours, toddies, fixes and more.

    The beautiful little book features an informative history of the globally renowned book too, so you'll have all the facts you need to become a cocktail connoisseur.
  • CK2662
    Ryland Peters & Small
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    This book will provide you with a tasty dip for every occasion. It has over 50 recipes that vary from light and healthy snacks to rich and creamy.

    The dips featured are made from pulses, nuts and seeds; vegetables, fruit and herbs; fish and meat; and yoghurt and cheese, meaning there are all kinds of colours, textures and flavours on display.

    Among the recipes you'll find guacamole, hummus and creamy blue cheese; avocado, olive and anchovy; and cream cheese, aubergine and tahini dips. Taking you on a worldwide tour of flavours, there are also American-themed dips including buffalo chicken wing and hot Philly steak.

    There are even suggestions for which dipper suits each dip best - from toasted pitta bread strips to tortilla crisps and crunchy vegetable sticks.
  • 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.
  • 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!
  • DRAM
    Rachel L. McCormack
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    Rachel McCormack celebrates Scotland's national drink of whisky in food in this eye-opening travelogue.

    A very personal guide, Rachel tells anecdotes while revealing the history of the drink and facts about distillers. The recipes will appeal to everyone from the novice whisky learner to a cooking connoisseur.

    She also interviews key people from all around the country while visiting distilleries and those who make their own whisky.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • CK2629
    Good Housekeeping Institute
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    This Good Housekeeping cookbook has recipes for breakfasts, lunches, dinners and sweet treats - and they're all under 300, 400 or 500 calories.

    Clearly organised and easy to use, all of the food is listed according to portion size and comes with information on saturated fats, protein, carbohydrates, fats and dietary fibre.
  • DLDF
    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!
  • CRNR
    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.
  • 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!