Cookbook

  • 21 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 home cook, creating...

  • 22 Chez Bruce
    Bruce’s Cookbook is the first and much-awaited book from Michelin-starred chef and award winning restaurateur Bruce Poole whose restaurant, Chez Bruce, has led him to be one of the UK’s most...

  • 23 Secret Scandinavia
    Scandinavian food has never been more in vogue with its healthy connotations, cool cuisine, quirky, lip-smacking flavour pairings and its ability to conjure up images of snowy tundras and stark, brilliant...

  • 24 All things old and new
    Some cookery books stand the test of time and deserve a place in the modern kitchen. These food heroes have been brought back by publishing house Quadrille and are aimed at the cookery enthusiast. These...

  • 25 The best of British
    Peyton and Byrne are a pair of baking fanatics and turn their attention to the classics in their latest tome, British Baking. The pair have bakeries all across London in the coolest cultural spots and...

  • 26 Kings of the cupcake
    The Hummingbird Bakery’s first book found its way quickly into the kitchens and hearts from Chelsea to Chelmsford. The bakery itself has proved hugely popular with new outlets popping up all over...

  • 27 Eat like an Italian
    Antonio Caluccio and Gennaro Contaldo are two of our most celebrated Italian cooks. They both left their homeland over 30 years ago and have since gone on to become very successful in the UK, as restaurateurs,...

  • 28 Peppered beef with Cognac and Parma-wrapped greens
    Ingredients (Serves 4) Few glugs of olive oil 3 shallots, peeled and chopped Salt and freshly ground black pepper 800g (13⁄4lb) beef fillet 40g (11⁄2oz) butter ...

  • 29 French fancy
    Michel Roux Jr is probably a more familiar household name these days than Albert or Michel Sr due to his tv career on programmes such as Masterchef. He, however, learnt his craft from his father and uncle,...

  • 30 All things Indian
    Phaidon, publishers of many a stunning graphic design book, turn their hand to a few stunning cookbooks each year – the latest of which is a beautiful tome entitled simply India. The book is one...

  • 31 Go crazy for curry with Miss Masala
    In Miss Masala, Indian cookery goddess and girl about town Mallika Basu goes from food blogging superstar to author, bringing with her her trademark no-fuss, no-nonsense approach to cooking. She demystifies...

  • 32 Perform magic tricks in the kitchen with Gizzi Erskine
    In her new book, Gizzi’s Kitchen Magic, Gizzi has broken down the boundaries between food and cool and packed the volume with plenty of delicious, interesting and innovative recipes. That's not...

  • 33 A collection of summer recipes for your cook book collection
    The third book from successful restaurateur and hotelier Galton Blackiston, Summertime is vividly evocative of the traditional British seaside holiday, in the recipes, the photography and the story-telling....

  • 34 Book review: 'Feed me now' by Bill Granger
    Aussie chef Bill Granger is well known for his relaxed, outdoor, Asian-influenced style of cooking. In his latest book, Feed Me Now, he has essentially taken the best elements of his food and turned them...

  • 35 Fabulous 80-page winter entertaining special free with this week's HELLO!
    As the festive season approaches and the nights draw in, HELLO! magazine has just the thing to banish the blues - a fabulous 80-page, recipe-packed guide to winter entertaining. And it's absolutely free...



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