As the seasons change it's high time for a peek ahead to the
cookbooks coming round the corner, including a veritable parade of
These are some of ones Susie has spotted that are coming out
shortly in North America, the UK and Australia, including a few
Ripe: A Cook in the Orchard by
Nigel Slater - The fruit companion to last year's vegetable-based
Tender, renamed for the US market, the UK edition has been
available for some time as Tender 2.
My Pizza: The Easy No-Knead Way to Make Spectacular Pizza at
Home by Jim Lahey. Another book from Jim Lahey from which you
will use just one recipe over and over.
Edible Flowers, by Kathleen Brown. High
time for a book on the subject from British publisher Anness,
though who knows how available it will be in the US.
Fond of Food: A Year in Recipes by Sophie Dahl. A follow up to
Miss Dahl's Voluptuous Delights.
Woman Cooks: Food from My Frontier by Ree Drummond. Not at all
frontier cooking, actually, not that it seems to matter…
You're Missing:The Passionate Eater's Guide to Why Good Food
Tastes Good by Barb Stuckey. A fascinating guide to the taste buds
and some things you can do with them.
A Girl and Her Pig: Recipes and
Stories by April Bloomfield. Much bruited-about cookbook by
the acclaimed Spotted Pig chef and her ghost writer.
Pie It Forward: Pies, Tarts, Tortes, Galettes, and Other
Pastries Reinvented by Gesine Bullock-Prado. What's
summer without a pie cookbook?
The Preservation Kitchen: The Craft of Making
and Cooking with Pickles, Preserves, and Aigre-doux by Kate Leahy
and Paul Virant. Just one among many.
At Home on the Range by Margaret
Yardley Potter/Elizabeth Gilbert. Eat Pray Love author
Elizabeth Gilbert unearths a collection of her grandmother's
Molly Moon's Homemade Ice
Cream, By Molly Moon Neitzel. A promising contender in the
summer ice-cream book category.
Food You Can't Say No
To by Tamasin Day-Lewis. This is food that you
will enjoy cooking : effortless but special, indulgent yet
practical, totally, utterly irresistible.
Irish Traditional Cooking by Darina
Allen. This new edition has 300 traditional dishes, including
100 new recipes, this is the most comprehensive and entertaining
tome on the subject.
The Food of Spain by Claudia
Roden. UK edition of this popular book, hailed as one of
the most important books on this tremendous cuisine to appear in
the last fifty years.
Two Greedy Italians Eat
Italy by Antonio Carluccio and Gennaro Contaldo. Two
Greedy Italians Eat Italy showcases the wisdom and passion of these
two men for their native land, its people and produce.
Friends at my
Table by Alice Hart. In her new book Alice shows
not only how to serve people memorable meals, but also how to host
all sorts of gatherings in a relaxed and convivial way.
Easy by Mitchell Tonks. A collection of 120 fish and
shellfish dishes, all made using accessible yet sustainable fish -
from salmon and trout to bream and bass to mussels and
Every Day by James Martin. This latest collection of
recipes from James showcases his signature style of tasty and
impressive food that can be prepared at home without fuss or
Dock Kitchen Cookbook
by Stevie Parle. Stevie won the Observer Food
Monthly Young Chef of the Year award 2010. His first book is the
opposite of the usual 'chefy' restaurant fare, Stevie serves an
eclectic mix of dishes that in their countries of origin would all
be described as home cooking.
Around the World in 80
Dishes by David Loftus. Featuring dishes from
chefs and cookery writers including Jamie Oliver, Heston Blumenthal
& Sybil Kapoor - this is a treasure-trove of treats,
beautifully photographed by one of the world's foremost food
Art of Baking by Anneka Manning. This new baking
book brings easy-to-follow advice and knowledge in an
accessible and engaging way. The recipes yield impressive results
with little effort.
in Paris: Stories of Food, Life, and Adventure by Jane
Paech. Through a collection of sharp observations, insightful
travel articles and laugh-out-loud anecdotes, A Family in Paris
conveys the joys and difficulties for an Australian family of
living in this most famous of cities.