International cuisines

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  • Akelare

    Pedro Subijana

    After nearly forty years, Pedro Subijana, the three star Michelin chef and his world-famous restaurant, Akelaŕe, is at the forefront of the New Basque Cuisine, championed in the 70s by Juan Mari Arzak.

    Here in this visually stunning production you will find some of the culinary creations of Pedro Subijana from the last ten years and you will find excellence, innovation and the avant garde, three terms that could define Akelaŕe’s style, as well as an insight into the work of the kitchen and its extensive team.

    £30.00
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  • The Flavours of Andalucia

    Elisabeth Luard

    Winner of the 1992 Glenfiddich Award for Food Book of the Year, this is a cookery book with a strong travel bias, dealing with each of Andalucia’s eight provinces in turn to provide a personal, geographical and culinary survey of the area.

    Elisabeth Luard is an award-winning food writer and a winner of the much coveted Glenfiddich Trophy and is one of the most highly respected cookery writers in Britain today. She is one of the leading authorities on European food and cooking. Her fifteen years spent living in Spain provided the experience and inspiration for this book.

    £18.99
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  • Vegan Recipes from the Middle East

    Parvin Razavi

    Enjoyment, hospitality, tradition, creativity, sustainability and joy of life  ̶  these starting points were the inspiration for this book.

    The cooking of vegetables is treated with reverence in the lands that make up the rich and varied tapestry of the Middle East.  The people depend on the grains and pulses, nuts, vegetables and fruits of the region for their daily food and Parvin Razavi has taken the fresh and varied cuisines of Iran, Armenia, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Morocco and Turkey to create a beautiful vegan cookbook.

    £18.99
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  • The Legendary Cuisine of Persia

    Margaret Shaida

    The Legendary Cuisine of Persia is an original and fascinating cookery book which will provide stimulation to all the senses.  Winner of the Glenfiddich Food Book of the Year award, this book was first published by Grub Street in 2000 since which time it has never been out of print and is justly regarded as a classic. It is now re-issued in an updated and revised edition with colour photographs throughout.

     

    £25.00
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  • Cooking Like Mummyji

    Vicky Bhogal

    Cooking Like Mummyji was first published to great acclaim in 2003 and garnered thousands of loyal fans, but has been unavailable for almost 10 years. This bestseller won the Jeremy Round Award for Best First Book at the Guild of Food Writers Awards and was short-listed for Best Book at the Glenfiddich Awards.

    Now back in a fully revised, stunningly redesigned edition with newly commissioned photography the author reveals in over 100 recipes, Cooking Like Mummyji is a sharp, affectionate look at both the food and culture, written by an insider and delivered with love.

    £25.00
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  • El Celler De Can Roca

    Joan, Josep and Jordi Roca

    El Celler de Can Roca is the three Michelin starred Catalan restaurant in Spain which was opened in 1986 by the Roca brothers, Joan, Josep and Jordi. In 2015, it was once again named the best restaurant in the world by the Restaurant magazine.

    Here is the history, philosophy, techniques, values, sources of inspiration, creative processes, of this band of extraordinary chefs with over 90 detailed recipes, and a collection of the 240 most outstanding dishes from the 25-year history of this magnificent restaurant.

    An open door to the secrets of El Celler de Can Roca, revealed in 16 chapters and organised according to the sources of inspiration that nurture the Roca brothers: Tradition, Memory, Academia, Product, Landscape, Wine, Chromatism, Sweet, Transversal Creation, Perfume, Innovation, Poetry, Freedom, Boldness, Magic, Sense of Humour.

    £30.00
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  • Cuisine Nicoise

    Jacques Medecin

    Niçoise cuisine is the food of the Mediterranean. It is not only a delight to the palate, but is known to have many health benefits. Its recipes are in tune with the natural cycle of the year using in-season fruits, herbs and vegetables, as well as plenty of fish. But the majority of the recipes are merely guides – unless you are baking – offering a relaxed flexibility with ingredients and seasonings suited to cooks of all levels of experience.

    This, Jacques Médecin’s legendary book, first published in 1972 and now reissued for the first time in hardback offers an infectiously enthusiastic guide to the cookery of his city.

    £14.99
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  • Arzak Secrets

    Juan Mari Arzak

    Originally published in Spanish and now available in English for the first time Arzak Secrets is THE behind the scenes recipe and technique book from the world famed restaurant. Gorgeously photographed, this volume is a glimpse at some of the secrets behind the dishes that have made the restaurant and chef famous. Arzak’s kitchen is a laboratory for flavours, aromas and textures, and his dishes and techniques are revealed in this fascinating cookbook, which is not only for professionals looking for inspiration but for any dedicated cook committed to understanding the creative development and innovations behind this exceptional food.

    £30.00
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  • Macarons

    Pierre Hermé

    ‘One thing’s for sure, no other book need ever be written on macarons ever again.’ Restaurant Magazine

    Like Pierre Hermé’s famous macarons, it would be difficult for any macaron book to surpass this one and indeed the hardback edition has been a universal bestseller. There are 208 pages of recipes and beautiful food photography, and because making macarons is mostly about technique, rather than just a standard recipe, readers will appreciate the 32-step-by-step photo-illustrated instructions for making shells and fillings.

    £15.00
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  • A Turkish Cookbook

    Arto der Haroutunian

    All Arto der Haroutunian’s twelve cookbooks written in the 1980s became classics; it was his belief that the rich culinary tradition of the Middle East is the main source of many of our Western cuisines and his books were intended as an introduction to that tradition.

    A Turkish Cookbook is regarded as the seminal work on the subject but has been out of print for over twenty five years. It is a lovingly written recipe book packed with traditional stories, poems and sayings. Turkey is fast becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations, and while famous for its scenic beauty and ancient sites, it undoubtedly owes much of its new found popularity to the quality and character of its food.

    £15.00
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  • The Taste of Belgium

    Ruth Van Waerebeek

    ‘The Taste of Belgium is Ruth Van Waerebeek’s take on the cooking of her homeland and it’s a cracker.’ Evening Standard

    First published in 1996 (under the title Everyone East Well in Belgium Cookbook and selling over 50,000 copies) but out of print for many years, Ruth Van Waerebeek’s wonderful compendium of Belgian recipes is now back by popular demand in a completely new redesigned edition with full colour photography throughout by the internationally renowned Belgian photographer Regula Ysewijn, also known as the blogger Miss Foodwise.

    £25.00
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  • The Gefiltefest Cookbook

    Gefiltefest

    Claudia Roden

    £20.00
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