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Claudia Seifert, Zoe Christiansen, Lisa Westgaard & Hanne Martinsen
There is more to seaweed than as a wrapper for sushi – it is going mainstream, gathering many high profile fans. Even Jamie Oliver has credited adding seaweed to his diet as one reason for his weight loss.
Seaweeds are tasty and very versatile and can be used in all sorts of dishes. This sumptuously illustrated book will inspire you to use them in starters, main courses, plus tasty desserts, smoothies, energy boosters, and even a seaweed-infused gin and tonic.
It’s easier than you think and everything you can find on the subject is here in this inspiring book. So if you have never tasted sea vegetables, it is high time to try.£20.00read more >
Illustrations by Debby Mason
First published in 2009 and unavailable for many years, this is a revised, updated and redesigned edition, now containing new recipes, of this immensely popular cookbook. Norman Tebbit showcases his favourite game recipes including pheasant, partridge, duck, grouse, wood pigeon, woodcock, deer, rabbit and many more.
Written with humour, The Game Cook is a practical handbook of mouth-watering recipes for eco-cooks, traditional food-lovers and those who are looking for some money-saving ways to provide tasty, wholesome meat dishes to the family.£14.99read more >
It is time to move beyond sausages and chicken legs for your BBQ. Finger food from the grill is a very different, inspiring idea. With chapter titles such as In the Fist, Impaled, On a Spoon, Rolled, and By the Way, you can start to guess how diverse the recipes in this book are.
So if you tend towards the same old traditional fare at BBQ time Finger Food from the BBQ and Grill is the remedy. Let it seduce you with its experimental ideas.£15.99read more >
‘…a delightful book packed with more than 200 recipes for classic British cakes’ Tom Parker Bowles, Mail on Sunday
‘…rarely has a book gone from doormat to kitchen with such speed.’ Nigel Slater, Observer
Julie Duff runs an award-winning cake business, which supplies wonderful rich succulent fruit cakes and other traditional cakes to some of the country’s premier shops, such as Fortnum & Mason. Her most treasured collection of recipes, some of them from generations of her own family which was first published to huge critical acclaim in 2003 has now been revised and updated.£15.00read more >
Paintings by Christabel King
‘The perfect book to give you confidence as a novice forager…’ Manchester Evening News
‘This is the perfect companion guide for every budding forager.’ Royal Horticultural Society Magazine
Edible Wild Plants & Herbs is both a cookbook and field guide to the identification and use of foodstuffs from the wild. The book is exquisitely and lavishly illustrated with detailed full-colour paintings by Christabel King, chief botanical artist at Kew Gardens. They show in detail every plant and herb listed, and range from dandelion and sorrel to sea beet and samphire. There are almost 400 recipes covering nearly 100 different plant varieties and the illustrations, drawn from life by one of the country’s leading botanical artists, show the edible parts of the plants at their peak time for picking. In addition there is a calendar indicating what plants to look for at each season of the year, information on where the plants are found and how to identify them.£15.00read more >
Ever been confronted by a couple of unpromising-looking tomatoes and some of yesterday’s bread, with nothing else for supper?
In The Big Red Book of Tomatoes, Lindsey Bareham will turn them into a delectable dinner for one. And, if you are a gardener, next time you are stuck with a load of tomatoes that won’t ripen, why not try Lindsey’s mouth-watering green tomato tart with zabaglione cream?£15.99read more >