Cookbooks

We bring you the latest cookbooks from throughout the culinary world

The ricing on the cake

Fuschia Dunlop must rank amongst the most knowledgeable Westerners with regards to Sichuan cookery.She's a veritable authority on it and the first Westerner to train at the Sichuan High Institute...

A dish of fish

Fish are a hot (or cold, depending on how you like them) topic at the moment – with sustainability and stock management making headline news. Hot off the responsible fish-sourcing...

French food luxury

Michelin-starred brothers Chris and Jeff Galvin are renowned restaurateurs owning four famous restaurants in London including the revered Galvin at Windows. Their food is beautiful, simple classic French brasserie fair...

Baking at its best

There are no end of chefs who heap well deserved praise on Dan Lepard. Yatam Ottolenghi, chef-owner of Ottolenghi, Nopi and food writer, is quoted on the back of his...

At home with Heston

The mad culinary scientist is back with a new book. Heston Blumenthal at home aims to bring some of his molecular magic into your home kitchen. From the top, the...

Cooking family style

Ferran Adria is a chef known more for his far-out creations at El Bulli than his home cooking. His restaurant broke every mould, combining chemistry with cookery in his Spanish...

Going, going green

Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall has captured the hearts and wallets of a nation recently with his Fish Fight campaign which saw him successfully swing the fish-buying public towards more sustainably sourced...

An Aussie with Asian flair

Bill Granger has become a familiar face on the food scene with his bold style of cooking with big, fresh flavours and made us all a bit more aware of...

Time for tea

Bea’s of Bloomsbury now sits in the realms of London institution. Rarely a day goes by without mention from one lucky so and so or other of their fantastic baked...

Taking it easy in the kitchen

In her new book Easy Meals, bestselling TV cook, Rachel Allen shares her ultimate fast and easy family recipes. Her style has always been dishes that are both easy and...

In search of perfection

Frequently a budding chef friend will tell you they’ve found the perfect recipe for this or that – and even more often are the chefs you watch on tv announcing...

Off on a culinary adventure

James Ramsden and his sister have run a brilliantly successful supper club from their London home for a number of years now – often themed with a quirky, eclectic mix...

Full of beans

In culinary terms the word ‘vegetarian’ instantly fillls many chefs and homecooks with dread – and most people who are vegetarians often end up with the same old stuffed pepper...

Cooking in Wonderland

Everything Alice is the first book from craft and cookery super-duo Christine Leech and Hannah Read-Baldrey. Drawing on a wealth of ideas from the fantastic imagination of Lewis Carroll, the...

Near-eastern promise

Silvena Rowe has had quite the meteoric rise to fame – from her early days as a brusk but charming character on Great Food Live on the Food Network to...

From the mouths of wolves

Bocca is the first cookbook from Jacob Kenedy, head chef of renowned Soho eatery Bocca di Lupo (which translates as 'Mouth of the wolf'). The restaurant focuses on simple, stylish...

A good thing going on

Occasionally a book comes along that is astonishing in its simplicity and honesty; a refreshing look at home cooked food from a fantastic home cook. Lucas Hollweg is the fantastic...



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