Food & Drink

Food From Around the World

  • FESG
    Sabrina Ghayour
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    In the follow-up to the hugely popular Sirocco, Sabrina Ghayour will show you how to prepare food with a Middle Eastern twist that will delight all your friends and family.

    From breakfasts to banquets and the simple to the sumptuous, these recipes are perfect for every occasion and you'll find ideas for brunches, quick-fix dinners and even summer feasts.

    Among our favourite foods were whipped ricotta toasts, savourty pork and fennel baklava and spiced rhubarb cake with cinnamon cream.
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    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.
  • MAMU
    Olia Hercules
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    Covering the sumptuous flavours of the Wild East, this debut cookbook from Olia Hercules contains 100 Ukrainian recipes for fresh and contemporary dishes that have been inspired by countries ranging 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.
  • 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.
  • HIFL
    Gino D'Acampo
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    Gino D'ACampo is one of the nation's favourite chefs and in his latest cookbook he will show you how to cook like a true Italian - on a budget!

    He explains how to shop smart and store food and how to make the most of your fridge and freezer. He also explains the basics that every Italian keeps on hand in their kitchen storecupboard. There are over 100 simple meals to make and they're all nutritious and full of flavour.

    From the heart of Italy, these feel-food recipes will delight the entire family and among the dishes covered are a delicious pasta with cherry tomato sauce, pancetta and pecorino Romano and the timeless classic of spaghetti carbonara.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • THMC
    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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    Trine Hahnemann
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    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.
  • CK2644
    Kay Plunkett-Hogge
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    The chilli is a fiery little fruit that was first seen in Latin America. It's now found in the food of more than half the world. In this book, intrepid food writer Kay Plunkett-Hogge follows the chilli's journey from the Americas to Europe and its spicy stop-offs in the Middle East, India and China.

    With over 120 recipes from all around the world featured, including Thai, Indian and Mexican favourites, this cookbook showcases the chilli's extraordinary versatility and covers its rich and nomadic history. It even has ideas for making use of it in desserts.
  • IPBG
    Institut Paul Bocuse
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    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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Brindisa - Hardback - 9780007307180 - Monika Linton
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    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.
  • 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.
  • SUSH
    Kimiko Barber
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    Sushi: Taste and Technique is a book that will show you how to create traditional Japanese recipes in just a few steps. By following the accessible instructions, you'll soon be making your own sushi in minutes.

    From pressed mackerel sushi to spicy tuna and avocado sushi bowls, this book has an exciting mixture of both classic and contemporary recipes. Chefs Kimiko Barber and Hiroki Takemura will help you learn all the basics and there's even a handy photographic guide to fish and shellfish, teaching you how to prepare every ingredient.

    The dishes on offer here will wow your taste buds and are perfect for when you're entertaining. They're sushi-sational!
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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!
  • ADZYY
    Rafi Fernandez
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    Presenting all the best-loved dishes from irresistible appetizers and street snacks to superb curries, sizzling stir-fries and sambals, sauces and desserts, with over 1000 colour photographs
  • AACCW
    Samantha Clark
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    The Moro restaurant was born out of a desire to cook within the wonderful tradition of Mediterranean food, and to explore exotic flavours little known in the UK. It is one of the most talked-about books of recent years, of which Nigella Lawson said 'This is the book I've been waiting for.' In Moro: The Cookbook, chefs Sam and Sam Clark have distilled the restaurant's most accomplished and delicious recipes, the dishes that have ensured its extraordinary success. The Moro menu encompasses dishes that originated in Spain and dishes from the Muslim Mediterranean, two areas linked in history by the Moors' 700-year occupation of Spain. The book is much more than a simple catalogue of recipes - Sam and Sam also communicate the romance and tradition inherent in each dish and their writing is informed by an intimate knowledge of long-established culinary and cultural traditions. In a market saturated with impersonal restaurant cookbooks, this book has a refreshingly different feel. It oozes character and is written and designed with palpable passion and insight.
  • AAWPE
    Slimming World
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    Italian cuisine has been a firm favourite in Britain ever since it arrived here, yet people who are trying to lose weight often shy away from the much-loved pastas, risottos and sauces for fear that the carbs, cheeses or oils will pile on the pounds. This new book from the UK's leading slimming organisation shows you how healthy Italian food can be and how it can in fact help you to lose weight. The simple delicious recipes embrace the Italian love of wholesome food ensuring you won't go hungry. From tasty starters, such as Tuscan Bean Soup, to main courses such as a Creamy Smoked Salmon Pasta with Dill, Steak Tagliata with Roasted Vine Tomatoes or Pumpkin, Chilli and Sage Risotto you can experience the best of Italian cooking in your own home. There are even plenty of irresistible guilt-free desserts, including Chocolate and Banana Tiramisu and Raspberry Pannacotta. Packed with all the nutritional, diet and lifestyle information you need if you're following the Slimming World food optimising plan, as well as more than 120 delicious recipes, this book is ideal for slimmers or simply anyone wanting an exciting selection of healthy, flavoursome dishes.
  • AFBNB
    Yotam Ottolenghi & Sami Tamimi
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    Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi are the men behind the bestselling Ottolenghi: The Cookbook. Their chain of restaurants is famous for its innovative flavours, stylish design and superb cooking. At the heart of Yotam and Sami's food is a shared home city: Jerusalem. Both were born there in the same year, Sami on the Arab east side and Yotam in the Jewish west. Nearly 30 years later they met in London, and discovered they shared a language, a history, and a love of great food. Jerusalem sets 100 of Yotam and Sami's inspired, accessible recipes within the cultural and religious melting pot of this diverse city. With culinary influences coming from its Muslim, Jewish, Arab, Christian and Armenian communities and with a Mediterranean climate, the range of ingredients and styles is stunning. From soups (spicy frikkeh soup with meatballs), meat and fish (chicken with caramelized onion and cardamom rice, sea bream with harissa and rose), vegetables and salads (spicy beetroot, leek and walnut salad), pulses and grains (saffron rice with barberries and pistachios), to cakes and desserts (clementine and almond syrup cake), there is something new for everyone to discover. Packed with beautiful food and gorgeous photography, Jerusalem showcases sumptuous Ottolenghi dishes in a dazzling setting.