Wildly successful food blogger and photographer Katie Quinn Davies' debut book, What Katie Ate, is a collection of simple and mouth-watering recipes made from seasonal ingredients, including much-loved classics from her blog, and plenty of never-before-seen recipes that will delight her faithful blog audience and newcomers alike.
What should I cook today? Those who refuse to put convenience food on the table for themselves and loved ones are familiar with this question. Quite often one simply resorts to the tried and true recipes. Creative Cooking offers a real alternative to the daily kit... read more
This is a completely revised and updated edition of Charmaine Solomon's influential and iconic The Complete Asian Cookbook, first published in 1976. It covers 800 classic and contemporary dishes from fifteen countries (India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Malaysia, S... read more
Barbecuing is a ritual that is known as being Australian but in reality is a worldwide fascination and is embraced everywhere. Focusing on barbecuing, this book also includes such recipes as pizza, souffles, roasting and wok frying. It shows how easy it is to do both sweet and savory souffles.
The delicious recipes in this book will appeal to both vegetarians and meat-eaters - in fact this is the kind of food that makes you forget there is no meat on your plate. The 141 recipes include everything from starters, snacks, breakfast, brunch, lunch, salads and soups to quick a... read more
Soups are the ultimate in comfort food, and whether you want a winter warmer for a frosty day, a refreshing broth, or an elegant appetizer for a special meal, there is a recipe here to suit every occasion. An informative introduction provides essential information about basic ing... read more
Cookery & Wine
This best-selling title, now in its 18th year of publication, is firmly established as the most authoritative and sought-after guide to New Zealand wines. Updated yearly with new tasting notes and vintage ratings, including the most curr... read more
Following the enormous success of her first book The Cheese Room, Patricia Michelson now unlocks the door of her Marylebone Village store, La Fromagerie, to share her knowledge and explore the world of artisan cheese. She derives ongoing inspiration and fantastic produce from the many s... read more
500 Tapas is a brilliant new collection of recipes that will introduce a taste of tapas culture to your life. In the sun-drenched streets of Spain, the lively tapas bar hung with smoked serrano hams provides a focal point for every community. Twice daily, Spaniards head for their favour... read more
Most of us don't have the luxury of being able to linger at fresh produce markets and specialist delicatessens, followed by a few hours in the kitchen, dreaming up menus to delight our families at mealtimes. If we're lucky, it's a dash to the nearest supermarket to grab a few... read more
Flying squid and potato stew, fish in crazy water, spaghetti of the convent. Already the food of the Amalfi Coast is intriguing. The star is fresh produce from the sea, complemented by sun-kissed local ingredients: cherry tomatoes, artichokes, garlic, seasonal herbs and th... read more
In the homeland of Homer, Sophocles, and Plato, where historical-cultural treasures and Mediterranean flair are part of everyday life, the love of good food is an integral element of the culture. This volume of Culinaria leads us from the banquet tables of ancient times to the... read more