Cookbook Review

  • Secret Scandinavia

    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…

  • All things old and new

    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…

  • The best of British

    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…

  • Master the art

    Master the art

    James Martin, host of Saturday Kitchen, is back with another collection of recipes with his new book Masterclass.The book is packed with essential…

  • Bake it easy

    Bake it easy

    Market Kitchen regular Lorraine Pascale keeps cooking simple in her latest book. Baking Made Easy is the accompaniment to her recent TV series…

  • French fancy

    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.…

  • Cookbook round up

    Cookbook round up

    There are just too many noteworthy cookbooks that have come out of late that all fantastic so we thought we’d do a quick summary of our recent…

  • In a stew

    In a stew

    You may have spotted ‘stewed!’ pots on the shelves of your local supermarket – if you haven’t they’re well worth a try instead of the usual…

  • A mighty meaty read

    A mighty meaty read

    Leith’s cookery school has spawned some of the greatest names in the food world and their books are always as comprehensive as their cookery school…

  • Indian cooking from the heart

    Indian cooking from the heart

    Anjum Anand, recently voted Personality of the Year at the British Curry Awards is back with a new cook book dedicated to a selection of her…

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