Every month Jane and Fiona wade through hundreds of
cookbooks, selecting and reviewing all the best new releases of
U.S., Canada, U.K., Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand cookbooks.
The only thing left for you to do is to add them to your
As the weather cools in the Northern Hemisphere, publication
volume has been getting hotter. Several well-known chefs
have cookbooks or memoirs, tacos make a few appearances, preserving
gets a few mentions, and Southern cooking continues its upward
My Kitchen Year: 136 Recipes That Saved My
Life by Ruth Reichl: Reichl, editor of Gourmet
Magazine, was stunned when the publisher halted the magazine's
production in 2009. My Kitchen Year chronicles how she
recovered through the healing powers of cooking. Ruth's book tour
dates are in the Cookbook Events Calendar.
Tacopedia by Deborah Holtz and Joan Carlos
Mena (also published in the UK): Starting off with a foreword by Rene Redzepi, this highly illustrated
book contains many entertaining graphics. Tacopedia is a
deep dive into the varying taco traditions of Mexico's diverse
regions. This book is one of several in the roundup that
Phaidon is including in their 35% off
special for EYB Members. (Look for our contest for a chance to
win a copy!)
The Silver Spoon Quick and Easy Italian
Recipes: (also published in the
UK) The latest title in Phaidon's
bestselling Silver Spoon series presents authentic - and
fast - Italian recipes suitable for cooks of all levels. EYB
Members can save on this book as well with the Phaidon
35% savings offer.
Preserving by Ginette Mathiot:
(also published in the UK) The third Phaidon
special offer book, Preserving takes classic French preserving techniques and
updates them for a modern audience. The revision and updates were
completed by Clotilde Dusoulier of indexed blog Chocolate
includes the first two books in a series from Food52 following
their setting of a publishing imprint with Ten Speed Press. First
up is Food52 Vegan: The author behind
Food52's popular The New Veganism and Vegan Lunch columns, Gena
Hamshaw, incorporates some favorite recipes from the columns along
with all-new recipes.
The second volume is Food52 Baking: Instead having a single
author, this book is curated by the editors
of the site. It doesn't focus on any specific baking areas and
instead provides dozens easy-to-execute
recipes, meaning no special equipment or hard-to-find ingredients.
Don't forget that EYB has a complete index of recipes from the Food52
Near & Far by Heidi Swanson:
Another indexed blogger (from EYB's second most popular blog, 101
Cookbooks), Swanson circled the globe to create this collection
of vegetarian dishes. You'll find photographs taken in Morocco,
Japan, Italy, France, and India, as well as back home in Heidi's
kitchen, that reveal the places both near and far that inspire her
book tour dates.
Gluten-Free Girl: American Classics
Reinvented by Shauna James Ahern and Daniel Ahern: Yet
another book from an EYB-indexed blog, this book takes comfort food classics like cinnamon rolls and
chicken fried steak and makes them gluten-free.
The Food Lab by J. Kenji López-Alt:
The long awaited cookbook from the Cook's Illustrated
alumnus and current food editor of Serious Eats (another site fully indexed on
EYB) is finally here. In The Food
Lab, Kenji focuses on the science behind beloved American
dishes, delving into the interactions between heat, energy, and
molecules that create great food.
Kitchen Gypsy by Joanne Weir: Chef, cooking instructor, and PBS television host
Joanne Weir has inspired legions of home cooks with her signature
California-Mediterranean cuisine and warm, engaging style. In
Kitchen Gypsy, the James Beard Award-winning author offers
a taste of the people, places, and flavors that have inspired her
throughout the years. Joanne's
book tour dates.
My Pantry: Homemade Ingredients That Make
Simple Meals Special by Alice Waters: Through a collection of essays and recipes, the
storied chef invites readers to step not into the kitchen at Chez
Panisse, but into her own, sharing how she shops, stores, and
prepares the pantry staples and preserves that form the core of her
Grandbaby Cakes by Jocelyn Delk Adams:
Since founding her popular recipe blog Grandbaby Cakes in 2012,
Adams has been putting fresh twists on old favorites. The recipes
range from sheet cakes to layer cakes to "baby" cakes (aka
cupcakes). If you like homespun homilies, this may be the cookbook
for you. Jocelyn's book tour dates.
Besh Big Easy: 101 Home-Cooked New Orleans
Recipes by John Besh: Much has
changed since Besh wrote his bestselling My New Orleans in 2009. His restaurant
empire has grown from two to twelve acclaimed eateries, and his
television career has blossomed. This book takes a fresh look at
the cooking of his beloved home town.
Asian-American: Proudly Inauthentic Recipes
From the Philippines to Brooklyn by Dale Talde: Most
authors tout the authenticity of their recipes. Not Dale Talde, who
was born in Chicago to Filipino parents, and
who grew up both steeped in his family's culinary heritage and
infatuated with American fast food. His food reflects this dual
The Violet Bakery Cookbook by Claire
Ptak: Published in the UK in March, this book has recipes for baked
goodies that you might want at different times of day - from
wholesome breakfasts through treats for afternoon tea to evening
desserts for parties.
Made in India by Meera Sodha - In this
US edition of a popular UK book published in 2014, Meera
Sodha introduces you to the food she grew up eating every day.
Unlike the fare you get at your local Indian takeout joint, her
food is vibrant and surprisingly quick and easy to make.
Michael Symon's 5 in 5 For Every
Season by Michael Symon: Based on the same formula from
his book Michael Symon's 5 in 5 (5 ingredients,
5 minutes of heat), this new book delivers 165 quick, easy,
fresh recipes organized by season with an entire section devoted to
making the holidays simpler than ever.
Brunch @ Bobby's by Bobby Flay:
Flay may be best known for his skills at the grill, but since
2010 he has also been sharing his other passion with television
viewers: brunch. In Brunch @ Bobby's he includes 140
recipes for his favorite meal, from cocktails to eggs to pancakes
and side dishes.
Southern Soups & Stews by Nancie
McDermott: Home cooks throughout the American
South treasure time-honored recipes for hearty soups and satisfying
stews savored year after year. Often passed down through the
generations, the dishes detailed in this book are cherished and
shared at family gatherings, holiday feasts, and community suppers
throughout the seasons. Nancie's
book tour dates.
Bistronomy by Jane Sigal: There is a new movement afoot in Paris. Young chefs
have turned their backs on stuffiness and are creating an
experience that is more fun and a lot less formal. In Bistronomy, Jane Sigal captures these
chefs' creative approach, culling recipes that translate their
genius in ways the home cook can achieve.
Paula Deen Cuts the Fat by Paula Deen:
Once known for her love of butter, Paula Deen
has lost over 40 pounds and has maintained her weight loss for over
two years by swapping out ingredients to reduce fat and calories.
In this new cookbook, she shares her tips for cutting fat and
calories from her classic southern recipes (like her famous
macaroni and cheese).
Heartlandia: Heritage Recipes from Portland's
The Country Cat by Adam and Jackie Sappington and Ashley
Gartland: Heartlandia is based on
husband-and-wife team Adam and Jackie Sappington's acclaimed
Portland restaurant, The Country Cat Dinner House &
Chocolate Chip Sweets: Favorite Recipes From
Celebrated Chefs by Tracey Zabar: For this compilation, Zabar reached out to the
celebrated icons of the baking world to collect an amazing array of
user-friendly recipes beyond the classic cookie. There are the
signature creations of such top restaurants as Manhattan's Daniel,
Gramercy Tavern, and Betony, and California's the French Laundry,
while others are treasured family recipes from chefs like Jacques
Torres and Daniel Boulud.
Hey There Dumpling! by Kenny Lao:
Kenny Lao has been making dumplings for 30
years--in homes, food trucks and restaurants across America. He has
made dumplings at large family parties, in professional kitchens
with Michelin-star chefs and even with rap mogul P. Diddy. With
expert instruction in his first cookbook, Lao reveals how to master
the perfect dumpling and host amazing dumpling parties.
Martha Stewart's Appetizers by Martha
Stewart: The master of entertaining has a new "go-to" guide for any
type of get together. You'll find recipes for dips, spreads, small
plates, and cocktails.
The New Sugar & Spice by Samantha
Seneviratne: A collection of unique,
unexpected recipes for spice-centric sweets, The New Sugar
& Spice also contains fascinating
histories, origin stories, and innovative uses for the world's most
enticing spices-including vanilla, cinnamon, peppercorns, and
The Hands-On Home by Erica Strauss:
Want to create an organized, productive, and
beautiful kitchen and home? Popular Seattle blogger, Erica Strauss
(Northwest Edible Life) shows us how in this modern homekeeping
handbook for thrifty DIYers who care about
The Easy Vegan Cookbook by Kathy
Hester: Nothing fancy here; this cookbook aims for vegans with families, busy schedules, limited
budgets and hearty appetites for healthy, simple food. Additionally, many of the recipes are gluten-free,
soy-free and oil-free, for those who have other dietary
restrictions or preferences.
City Harvest by Florence Fabricant:
New York City is a restaurant town with a
heart as big as its appetite. For its first-ever cookbook, City
Harvest and a who's who of New York's top chefs and
restaurateurs, including Dominique Ansel, Tom Colicchio, Daniel
Humm, Anita Lo, Francois Payard, Marcus Samuelsson, Ivy Stark, and
Jean-Georges Vongerichten, collect 100 recipes from their world
The Chili Cookbook by Robb Walsh:
Despite the evergreen popularity of chili, there are surprisingly
few books on the subject. Now veteran author, Americana expert and
Tex-Mex sage Robb Walsh brings us a cookbook devoted to one of the
most "all-American" foods around.
The Modern Family Cookbook: If you are
a fan of the hit show Modern Family, you may want to take a gander
at this unconventional cookbook that invites you into the
kitchen with the characters you know and love. It includes photos
and snippets from the show's most popular story lines.
Cooking as Fast as I Can by Cat Cora:
The Iron Chef star's candid, compulsively readable,
no-holds-barred memoir on Southern life, Greek heritage, same sex
marriage, and the meals that have shaped her memories. Cooking as Fast as I Can chronicles the
difficulties and triumphs Cora experienced on the path to becoming
Dos Caminos Tacos by Ivy Stark: A self-described "Taco Bible", this cookbook
includes recipes from one of the most creative and talented chefs
cooking Mexican cuisine today. There are traditional recipes for
the centuries-old dish as well as modern interpretations, helpful
information on chili peppers, plus tips and tricks for working with
September features three new cookbooks from the Savor the South
Beans and Field Peas by Sandra
Gutierrez: All over the world, people rich,
poor, or in between rely on legumes, the comforting "culinary
equalizer," as Gutierrez succinctly puts it. Her collection shines
a fresh light on this sustaining and infinitely varied staple of
ordinary life, featuring classic southern, contemporary, and
Crabs and Oysters by William B. Smith:
Chef Bill Smith conveys his passion for preparing these
shellfish long associated with southern coastlines. Smith traveled
the coastline, visited with crab fishermen and oyster farmers, and
dove deep into a library's worth of regional cookbooks and
collections of heirloom recipes from seaside communities, notably
in North Carolina and Louisiana.
Sunday Dinner by Bridgette A. Lacy:
Bridgette A. Lacy offers an ode to a meal
that, notably in the Sabbath-minding South, is more than a meal.
Sunday dinner, Lacy observes, is ""a state of mind. It is about
taking the time to be with the people who matter to you.""
Describing her own childhood Sunday dinners, in which her beloved,
culinary-minded grandfather played an indelible role, Lacy explores
and celebrates the rhythms of Sunday food traditions.
Make Ahead Meals by Chef Michael
Smith: Make Ahead Meals is packed
with over 100 time-saving recipes, including soups, stews, slow
cooker favourites, casseroles, and more that take the stress out of
cooking. Every recipe features ideas and tips
on how to cook ahead to save time when you really need it, along
with specific storage instructions.
Nopi: The Cookbook by Yotam Ottolenghi
and Ramael Scully: Nopi features the
most popular dishes from Yotam's innovative Soho-based restaurant
Nopi. It's written with long-time collaborator and Nopi head chef
Ramael Scully, who brings his distinctive Asian twist to the
Ottolenghi kitchen. Members in the USA & Canada can
expect to see the book on October 20. Yotam and Ramael's
book tour dates.
A Year of Good Eating: The Kitchen Diaries
III by Nigel Slater: The third
installment of Nigel Slater's classic Kitchen Diaries series, A
Year of Good Eating explores the balance and pleasure in
eating well throughout the year. The leisurely recipes and kitchen
stories of the Diaries are ingeniously interspersed with seasonal
sections of quick, weeknight suppers in the style of Nigel's most
recent bestseller Eat. Again, Members in the USA and Canada will
get the book later.
Our Korean Kitchen by Jordan Bourke
and Rejina Pyo: Critically acclaimed food
writer Jordan and his Korean wife Rejina provide a cultural history
of the food of Korea giving context to the recipes that follow.
Through the discussion of Korean drinks, dining etiquette, a list
of key ingredients and the role of multiple side dishes, readers
will be able to prepare and indulge in all aspects of Korean
Tom's Table: My Everyday Favourite
Recipes by Tom Kerridge: Kerridge is known for
beautifully crafted food and big, bold flavours. Tom's
Table features delicious everyday recipes so that anyone can
achieve his Michelin-endorsed cooking at home.
Toast by Raquel Pelzel: So much more than just bread and butter, toast is
experiencing a global Renaissance. Professional chefs are seizing
on the creative potential of a beautiful canvas of bread and
delivering sophisticated culinary masterpieces that showcase their
own brilliant palettes. Toast even brings some of their
recipes to life with contributions by several celebrity chefs. This
is another book eligible for the Phaidon
Social Sweets by Jason Atherton: Michelin starred chef Jason Atherton showcases a
variety of beautiful and contemporary recipes from his London
restaurants in this volume. The collection
also includes timeless classics and a selection of cheese
Coast: Recipes From Ireland's Wild Atlantic
Way by Rachel Allen: Bestselling
author and TV chef Rachel Allen journeys along the beautiful
Atlantic coast of Ireland, delivering recipes collected from her
culinary odyssey. Part travel journal,
part cookbook, Rachel also shares her favourite places to stay off
the beaten track; the incredible stories she learns from the
fishermen and farmers that she meets; and the breadth of local
The Part-Time Vegetarian by Nicola
Graimes: While the number of vegetarians is
significant, a study by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition
found that nearly two out of three vegetarians occasionally like to
eat meat, chicken or fish. Rather than taking
centre stage, meat or fish are not the main focus of the recipes in
this book, which utilise vegetables, grains, legumes, nuts, eggs
and dairy foods.
30 Ingredients by Sally Clarke: Clarke's is the legendary Notting Hill restaurant
that pioneered seasonal fine dining in British cuisine. To mark the
restaurant's 30th birthday year, Sally Clarke, the award winning
chef, restaurateur and author has chosen a handful of recipes for
each of her favourite 30 ingredients.
Arzak Secrets by Jean Marie Arzak:
Juan Mari Arzak is the owner and chef of
Arzak restaurant in San Sebastian, Spain, and was one of the first
Spanish chefs to be awarded 3 Michelin stars. The restaurant is now
rated 8th best in the world, and Juan's daughter Elena, who cooks
with him, was voted best female chef in the world in 2012. 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
A.Wong: The Cookbook by Andrew Wong:
Wong's unassuming restaurant in Victoria, London is
incredibly popular. It might be due to his
philosophy: cooking is all about inclusiveness; cooking
and creating a meal is an act of love and friendship. Wong
maintains the fundamentals of the original Chinese recipes whilst
adding an unmistakably 'Wong' spin to it. The book will be
published inthe USA in October.
My Kind of Food by John Torode: You
may know Torode from his restaurants or appearances on MasterChef,
but My Kind of Food is a very
personal book featuring recipes that he makes away from the cameras
and professional kitchens.
Turkish Delights by John
Gregory-Smith: In Turkish Delights
John Gregory-Smith brings his passion for Turkey and its food to
your kitchen. He celebrates the best of the country's traditional
food with 100 regional dishes, giving each one a simple, modern
Cook by Annie Bell: The aim of this
cookbook is to give the reader the confidence and the tools they
need to be independent. In this volume, Bell (who knows her way
around a recipe after cooking professionally for 30 years) has
assembled the core repertoire of dishes that she would choose to
hand down to her children to see them through life.
Spuntino: Comfort Food (New York
Style) by Russel Norman: After
bringing the bacari of Venice to the backstreets of the British
capital at his critically acclaimed restaurant POLPO, Russell
Norman scoured the scruffiest and quirkiest boroughs of the Big
Apple to find authentic inspiration for an urban, machine-age
diner. Norman aims to take you on culinary
adventure from London to New York and back, bringing the best of
American cuisine to your kitchen.
Meatballs: The Ultimate Guide by
Matteo Bruno: Meatballs features recipes for lamb, goat, rabbit, chicken, fish,
lobster and venison--even vegetarian (meat)balls. Almost as
important as the meatball itself is what the meatball sits on, and
you'll find several ideas for sotte palle (literally
'underneath the balls') as well. Meatballs was
published in Australia in August.
Cook Scandinavian by Camilla Plum:
From crayfish to lingonberries, by way of
venison and rye bread, the information and recipes in this book
provide a glimpse into the Scandinavian kitchen and offer a truly
fascinating insight into the food culture and philosophy of
My Street Food Kitchen by Jennifer
Joyce: Renowned food writer Jennifer Joyce
presents a selection of street food recipes from around the globe.
You'll find recipes for the exotic foods 'to go' that you may have
bought from hawkers or markets on your overseas travels or favorite
food truck, organized into chapters by country.
Vegan Street Food by Jackie Kearney:
Another book on street food, minus the meat. Jackie and her family ate their way around Asia,
sampling street food and jotting menu ideas on the back of napkins.
Inspired by the food cultures she embraced on her travels, Jackie
created vegan dishes that celebrate each region's
Rome: Centuries in an Italian Kitchen
by Katie & Giancarlo Caldesi: A beautiful coffee-table-worthy
book, Rome features recipes both old and new, from
Renaissance palazzos to neighborhood trattorias. The authors
unearth the city's hidden gems--recipes that
have been handed down through the generations, as well as new,
exciting dishes inspired by Romans from all walks of
Kitchen Mojo by Paul Mercurio:
Mercurio is familiar to television audiences through his
appearances in Strictly Ballroom, Dancing with the Stars and
Mercurio's Menu. With this cookbook, Mercurio aims to get people
to step out of the shadow of their kitchen
fears, embrace the cook within and become a more confident
My Family Kitchen by Sophie Thompson:
Thompson is an award-winning actress and the winner of
Celebrity MasterChef, 2014. Here she shares her family's best
recipes, all of which were photographed in
Sophie's own kitchen.
The Clandestine Cake Club: A Year of
Cake by Lynn Hill: Following the
success of their first recipe collection, the Clandestine Cake Club
is back with a second delicious helping. Inspired by the most
cake-worthy moments throughout the year, founder Lynn Hill and her
army of Cake Club members have compiled celebratory recipes
arranged month by month. There are cakes to suit all the best-known
dates in the calendar.
Magic Cakes: Three Cakes in One! by
Christelle Huet-Gomez: This whimsical book is based on the "magic
cake" theme of combining simple ingredients with very low temperature cooking to make a
self-layering three-level cake. In addition to cakes, the "magic"
touch is applied to cupcakes, pies,
cheesecakes and brownies.
would feel incomplete without a GBBO book or two. The first is The Complete AGA Cookbook by Mary
Berry: It is 30 years since AGA first
got in touch with Mary Berry about producing the AGA handbook
and 15 since she followed it up with Mary Berry's New Aga Cookbook - now
she has combined, improved, updated and revamped those books with
Lucy's help to produce The Complete Aga Cookbook, taking
into account many new trends in cooking in
the intervening years, as well as a plethora of new
Delicious Gluten-Free Baking by Howard
Middleton: Now it's time for the GBBO contestant book. This book aims to show that gluten-free baking can
be as delicious as ordinary baking, and suitable for sharing with
even those not on a gluten-free diet.
David Gillick's Kitchen: Good Food from the
Track to the Table by David Gillick:
A winner in the Celebrity Masterchef
kitchen, David Gillick knows that what we eat
affects the way we feel and how we perform in all areas of our
lives. Here David shares the recipes that brought him
success, on and off the track.
AUSTRALIA and NEW ZEALAND
Asian Cookery School by Adam Liaw: For anyone interested
in improving their Asian cooking skills Adam will teach you about
the ingredients and techniques of the Asian kitchen for a complete
understanding of how you can create authentic Asian flavours. Each
is a lesson includes hundreds of tips and insights and the kind of
small wisdoms passed down from generation to generation that you
would never find in a recipe alone that will improve your
Ducks' Real Food by Mark LaBrooy and Darren Robertson:
Passionate about growing, sourcing and making their own food, Mark
and Darren show you how easy it is to create your own basics from
scratch. Learn how to make yoghurt, flavoured vinegars and salts,
smoked salmon, beef jerky and fermented veggies such as sauerkraut
and kimchi. There's a comprehensive user's guide to grains, nuts
and seeds, as well as sections on cooking with spices.
Soup Bar: Recipes of a Spoken Menu... Plus a Little Bit of
Spice by Hana Assafiri: This popular Melbourne vegetarian
restaurant has become an institution - owner Hana's vision was for
a place where customers "felt their senses were stimulated...to
share experiences, and walk away a little changed as a
consequence." She is releasing recipes for some of the her much
loved dishes that her devoted customer have been seeking for years.
Laced with stories of meetings at the Soup Bar, of the plight of
women, of Moroccan culture and of hope for a more inclusive
Pie: Memories of an Australian Country Kitchen by Kate
McGhie: Popular Australian food writer and chef, Kate McGhie is
also a farmer's daughter, born into seven generations of a family
who worked and respected the land. Their farm in rural Victoria
produced everything they ate. In this book Kate explores the
foundations and flavours of Australian country cooking, with tried
and true dishes as well as contemporary interpretations.
Fast Food for
Busy Families: More Than 100 Quick and Easy Paleo Recipes
by Pete Evans: More Paleo recipes from Pete - this time showing you
that you don't have to spend ages in the kitchen to prepare meals
for the family. The key is using herbs, spices, nuts and good fats
to bring bold flavours and textures to even the simplest dishes.
Includes recipes for breakfasts, lunches and dinners, and quick
ideas for snacks, treats, barbecues and when entertaining.
A Table in the
Orchard: My Delicious Life by Michelle Crawford: Switching
from organizing cocktail parties at the Sydney Opera House to life
in an old country farmhouse in Tasmania was a dream come true for
Michelle. She shares a taste of her new life amongst the chickens
and veggie garden.
Food for Family by Guillaume Brahimi: Guillaume visits
some of Australia's most charming and stylish homes, creating
delicious menus inspired by the people and place, and discovering
what makes a house a home - including a lunched hosted by Cate
Blanchett in a country woolshed. He also shares his own family's
favourite recipes. Royalties from the book will support the
National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Byron Bay: A
Food Journey Through the Region by Nelly Le Comte and Remy
Tancred: This popular area of the east coast of Australia is well
known for its cafés and restaurants that benefit from the wonderful
local produce. Belinda Jeffery is one of many local chefs to supply
favourite recipes that can easily be recreated at home.
Guy's Guide to Cooking Kick-Ass Food by Dan Churchill:
Popular MasterChef Australia contestant, Dan has been helping
friends to cook for years. He's compiled these foolproof recipes to
help you get through a week of dates, stay-ins and gym
What's Old is
New Again: An Australian Icon Preserving Taste for Over 100
Years: Australian icon Fowlers Vacola celebrates its
100th anniversary with this collection of recipes that
captures the best of Australia's food preserving history. Includes
traditional favourites from the Country Women's Association, and
recipes from the culinary winners at leading agricultural shows.
Chefs and food experts, including Stephanie Alexander, Maggie Beer
and Simon Bryant are among those who guide you through chapters on
preserving, pickling, bottling, dehydrating, jams, jellies and
Food: Heal Your Gut by Lee Holmes: Latest book from the
Supercharged series that is a step-by-step program to cleanse,
restore your inner gut health, via a treatment program and detox
regime, supported by over 90 anti- inflammatory recipes to heal and
nourish. Healing recipes include: coffees, teas, toddies and
tisanes; smoothies, juices and milks; bone broths and stock; soups;
easy-to-digest bowls; fermented foods for when your gut is strong;
and even desserts.
Best of Quinoa by Rena Patten: A new collection of quinoa
recipes from the queen of quinoa - easy to follow recipes for
breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as soups, salads.
Total Wellbeing Diet: Complete Recipe Collection by CSIRO: To
celebrate 10 years since the Total Wellbeing Diet was first
introduced to us, CSIRO have gathered together more than 400
favourite recipes from previous books together in one volume.
Cafe Cookbook by Anna King-Shahab: For anyone who has
experienced the New Zealand café culture, you'll know that there
are so many fabulous dishes that you'd love to recreate at home.
Anna has persuaded 50 cafes to share their best-loved dishes from
Fresh and Easy Seasonal Salads by Penny Oliver: As the
Southern hemisphere summer approaches, this timely book from Penny
inspires you to try new ideas ad flavours. Includes salads based
around grains and pulses, noodles, fragrant herbs and lots of
vegetables, with meat or fish in a supporting role.
And the latest from Australian
Women's Weekly Weekly: Amazing
Decorated Cakes. The title says it all.