June Cookbook Roundup

Here we are at the end of June already! As usual, I have waded through piles of glorious cookbooks, selecting and reviewing all the best new releases from the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and other countries. This month is light in comparison to the last few, but that doesn't mean there aren't fantastic books to tempt us.

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We have promotions planned for many of these titles so check back regularly. This month's offerings include books on international cuisines - Lisbon, Mexican Ice Cream, Junk Food Japan, some great Asian titles and more. We also have a few great vegetarian titles - Vegetarian Heartland and Vegetables on Fire -  to make use of the bounty we find at the farmer's markets. 

Lately, in the publishing market books are being released in the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand that are also available in the US - so you may wish to browse through the entire roundup (since it isn't a killer one). The Buy Book button will show you the options available for online booksellers including Book Depository which offers free shipping worldwide 

USA

Wabi-Sabi Welcome: Learning to Embrace the Imperfect and Entertain with Thoughtfulness and Ease by Julie Pointer Adams invites readers into artful, easygoing homes around the world - in Denmark, California, France, Italy, and Japan - and transforms the generous act of getting together into the deeper art of being together. This title shares thoughtful ideas and recipes from around the world; tips for creating an intimate, welcoming environment; guidelines for choosing natural decor for the home; and inspiring photographs from homes where wabi-sabi is woven into daily living. More of a lifestyle focus than cookbook but still a beauty. 

L.A. Mexicano by Bill Esparza is far more than a cookbook - it is an in-depth look into the Mexican culture of Los Angeles - including recipes, profiles of chefs, bakers, cocktail makers and vendors; along with neighborhood guides that point readers to the best markets, taco trucks, restaurants, bars and more. All this along with 100 stunning photographs of the people and food of Los Angeles. 

Eat Right: The Complete Guide to Traditional Foods, with 130 Nourishing Recipes and Techniques by Nick Barnard will help us find true nourishment and pleasure in the discovery, preparation and eating of real food. Techniques include making your own butter, yogurt, ghee, lard, broth, dairy and water kefir, kombucha, coconut water, kimchi, sauerkraut, sourdough, as well as sprouting grains and activating nuts and seeds. And there are also 100 wholesome recipes that encourage the use of good animal fats, well-fed meat, sprouted grains, local and seasonal produce. If you picked up this book without the cover, you wouldn't think that it was a "health" focus title - it is packed with tempting photographs and dishes.

Julie Taboulie's Lebanese Kitchen: Authentic Recipes for Fresh and Flavorful Mediterranean Home Cooking by Julie Ann Sageer shares 125 recipes including learning how easy it is to make such Lebanese staples as fresh labneh (strained yogurt) and how to put together your own delicious, multi-purpose spice mixes. Every chapter includes a multitude of dishes for eaters of all kinds and preferences, from meat-lovers to veggie-heads and everything in between. This is a fun and beautiful title that will please any level of cook - familiar with Lebanese fare or not. Julie has a few events planned and we will keep you updated if other events are  scheduled.

Kitchen Matters: More than 100 Recipes and Tips to Transform the Way You Cook and Eat--Wholesome, Nourishing, Unforgettable by Pamela Salzman shares the recipes that have won the praise of Nicole Richie, Rashida Jones, Audrina Patridge, and other mega-fans. Customizable for vegetarian, vegan, and grain-free diets, the recipes rely on accessible veggie-forward ingredients that are anti-inflammatory and nutrient-dense. Both practical and elegant, this title offers a roadmap for new and busy home cooks to begin including more wholesome foods every day, for meals as nourishing as they are unforgettable. Pamela has a few events planned to promote her book.

Adventures in Starry Kitchen: 88 Asian-Inspired Recipes from America's Most Famous Underground Restaurant by Nguyen Tran chronicles the evolution of the little underground restaurant that could. As the author tells his story, he also shares eighty eight easy-to-follow pan-Asian recipes including Claypot Striped Bass, Buttermilk Beer Beignets, Singaporean Chili Crab, Double-Fried Chicken Wings and, of course, Starry Kitchen's trademark Crispy Tofu Balls. Read more this fascinating book in my review and be sure to enter our giveaway.

101 Asian Dishes You Need to Cook Before You Die: Discover a New World of Flavors in Authentic Recipes by Jet Tila shares the author's best recipes to impress your friends and family, not to mention all sorts of chef-y tips on flavor, technique, history and ingredients that will make you a better cook. Here are some of the recipes you'll learn to master Korean BBQ Short Ribs on Coke, Beef Pho, Sweet Chili Sriracha Hot Wings and it's said that Jet's killer Sriracha recipe will change your life. The photographs, the recipes - everything about this cookbook is super cool.

Vegetarian Heartland: Recipes for Life's Adventures by Shelly Westerhausen is a cookbook of approximately 85 recipes for vegetarian comfort food delivered from a new point of view. Recipes are organized by 'adventure' and each features a drink, salads, soups, main courses, and desserts. This book will appeal to vegetarians everywhere, especially in the Midwest, as well as home cooks looking for more creative recipes to add to their repertoire. 

Mexican Ice Cream: Beloved Recipes and Stories by Fany Gerson, the New York baker and sweets maker, showcases the diverse flavors of Mexican frozen treats. Quince Sorbert, Rose Petal Ice Cream, and White Corn Ice Cream are a few of the delicious flavors that await you in this book. Fany is the author of two other titles My Sweet Mexico and Paletas both of which are on my bookshelf. Check our calendar for events for dates the author has scheduled - she tells me more will be coming soon.

Mastering Stocks and Broths: A Comprehensive Culinary Approach Using Traditional Techniques and No-Waste Methods by Rachael Mamane is the comprehensive guide to culinary stocks and broths from the self-taught cook and owner of small-scale broth company Brooklyn Bouillon. Her book takes us on culinary journey into the science behind fundamental stocks and the truth about well-crafted bone broths, and offers over 100 complex and unique recipes incorporating stocks as foundational ingredients while also focusing on zero waste. Rachael has events planned to promote her book. 

The Savvy Cook by Izy Hossack is the second book from the young blogger behind Top with Cinnamon and it is filled with recipes that focus on maximum flavor for minimum effort all with an eye on the budget. Lime-Chile Corn and Crispy Onions, Carrot Ribbon, Cinnamon & Halloumi Salad, Cauliflower Miso Mac & Cheese, and a Lemon, Blueberry & Corn Cake are examples of the creative dishes herein. 

The Harvest Baker: 150 Sweet & Savory Recipes Celebrating the Fresh-Picked Flavors of Fruits, Herbs & Vegetables by Ken Haedrich serves up 150 delicious baked goods that are full of fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs and go far beyond zucchini bread and carrot cake. From Bacon, Cheddar, and Fresh Corn Muffins to Fresh Fennel and Italian Sausage Pizza, Spaghetti Squash and Parmesan Quiche, and Brown Sugar Rhubarb Tart Squares, these scrumptious recipes add nutrition plus amazing flavor to every meal of the day. 

This Cheese is Nuts!: Delicious Vegan Cheese at Home by Julie Piatt is a stunning collection of flavorful nut-based cheeses. Here she shares seventy-five recipes using almonds, cashews, and other nuts to create cheeses anyone can make right at home. They remarkably simple to prepare (all you need are a few simple ingredients and a basic dehydrator - a Vitamix is recommended as a food processor may leave some of the cheeses grainy). Some recipes include Raw Beet Ravioli with Cashew Truffle Cream, Country Veggie Lasagna with Fennel and Brazil Nut Pesto, French Onion Soup with Cashew Camembert, and more.

The Artisanal Kitchen: Pasta: Simple, Seasonal Recipes to Make Any Night of the Week; The Artisanal Kitchen: Vegetables: Essential Italian Recipes for Seasonal Deliciousness; and The Artisanal Kitchen: Pizza: From the Essential Dough to the Tastiest Toppings by Andrew Feinberg and Francine Stephens and Melissa Clark are part of the new artisanal series from Artisan. The recipes from this first series are pulled from Franny's Simple Seasonal Italian. This Fall they are putting out three additional titles focused on the holidays The Holiday Kitchen: Cookies, Party Food and Cocktails. The Artisanal Kitchen cookbook series brings together great chefs and appealing subjects to add an easy level of pleasure and expertise to home cooking.

Vegetables on Fire: More Than 60 Recipes for Vegetable-Centered Meals from the Grill by Brooke Lewy features 60 recipes that bring the sweetness of caramelized vegetables into satisfying, flavor-forward meals. Cauliflower "steaks," broccoli burgers, and beets that slow-smoke like a brisket are just three of the meatless meals to base a great cookout around. More than 30 stunning images showcase the beauty and variety of these recipes, each of which includes instructions for charcoal and gas grilling as well as using a grill pan on the stovetop or under the broiler. For vegetarians, those who love to grill, and anyone looking for more creative ways to prepare vegetables, this is the book for you.

Impatient Foodie: 100 Delicious Recipes for a Hectic, Time-Starved World 
by Elettra Wiedemann is the popular blogger's debut cookbook. Eletrra (Isabella Rossellini's daughter) has written 100 recipes for tight schedules and unambitious cooks. Geared toward the true novice, instructions are given on "how to read a recipe" and how to use the tools the author recommends as favorites. Recipes for savory items are plentiful, and are often from scratch; however, desserts rely on boxed mixes and store-bought ingredients. There are plenty of impressive main dishes as miso-braised eggplant, Chou's vinegar chicken, and harissa lamb chops with mashed cauliflower. 

The Turquoise Table: Finding Community and Connection in Your Own Front Yard by Kristin Schell tells the story of how an ordinary picnic table painted turquoise started a life changing journey for the author. She began inviting friends and neighbors to join her. Alongside personal and heartwarming stories, Kristin gives you: stress-free ideas for kick-starting your own Turquoise Table, simple recipes to take outside and share with others, stories from people using Turquoise Tables in their neighborhoods, encouragement to overcome barriers that keep you from connecting and new ways to view hospitality.

Toss Your Own Salad: The Meatless Cookbook with Burgers, Bolognese, and Balls by Eddie McNamara wants to show people how easy it was to cook delicious meatless meals for themselves. That's how his popular tumblr "Toss Your Own Salad" got started and now morphed into this awesome meatless cookbook that will get you to rock out over 100 recipes for dishes like The Green Inferno Salad, Dr. Devash's Shakshuka, Nihilistic Frittata and Penne Tikka Masala with an Eddie-curated soundtrack that spans the musical range from Metallica's "Creeping Death" to Gene Vincent's "Be-Bop-a-Lula". 

Vegan Food for the Rest of Us: Recipes Even You Will Love by Ann Hodgman is full of brilliantly original culinary discoveries that the author tested and re-tested until her husband asked for seconds. In her usual honest and funny style she delivers vegan recipes that we will all enjoy.

The Wildcrafted Cocktail: Make Your Own Foraged Syrups, Bitters, Infusions, and Garnishes; Includes Recipes for 45 One-of-a-Kind Mixed Drinks by Ellen Zachos shows us just how easy it is to make delicious, one-of-a-kind mixed drinks with common flowers, berries, roots, and leaves that you can find along roadsides or in your backyard. Foraging expert Ellen Zachos gets the party started with recipes for more than 50 garnishes, syrups, infusions, juices, and bitters, including Quick Pickled Daylily Buds, Rose Hip Syrup, and Chanterelle-infused Rum. You'll then incorporate your handcrafted components into 45 surprising and delightful cocktails, such as Stinger in the Rye, Don't Sass Me, and Tree-tini. 

Two in One Desserts: Cookie Pies, Donut Shakes, and More Clever Concoctions by Hayley Parker offers desserts using cake and brownie mixes, ready-made doughs and crusts, and other make-it-simple shortcuts, Parker comes up with the most deviously delicious desserts imaginable, including: Chocolate Chip Cookie Cheesecake Bars, Cupcake Pie, and Donut Bread Pudding. 

Everyday's A Sundae by Stephen Collucci with Adrienne Gagnier shares over 100 recipes of wonderful flavors. Wonderful but not over the top, looking for attention, flavors. Colluci one of the outstanding Pastry Chefs in New York, having worked in some of the best kitchens around the country including several of Tom Colicchio's restaurants has a knack for honoring modern classics putting his own personal stamp on an idea, yet never overthinking it to the point of unfamiliarity.

Recipes from the Herbalist's Kitchen: Delicious, Nourishing Food for Lifelong Health and Well-Being by Brittany Wood Nickerson reveals how the kitchen can be a place of true awakening for the senses and spirit, as well as deep nourishment for the body. With in-depth profiles of favorite culinary herbs such as dill, sage, basil, and mint, Nickerson offers fascinating insights into the healing properties of each herb and then shares 110 original recipes for scrumptious snacks, entrées, drinks, and desserts that are specially designed to meet the body's needs for comfort, nourishment, energy, and support through seasonal changes. Check our calendar for Brittany's tour dates.

Neighborhood: Hearty Salads and Plant-Based Recipes from Home and Abroad by Hetty McKinnon is a must-have collection of show-stopping yet simple vegetable-packed global recipes, delivered against a backdrop of charming stories of food, family, and friendship. Hetty has a number of dates scheduled to promote the US release of her book. The Australian version was published last year and based on the gorgeousness of Neighborhood, I ordered her first title Community

Other titles that may be of interest:

 

UK

The Mediterranean Table: Vibrant, Delicious and Naturally Healthy Food for Warm Days Beside the Sea shares a tempting selection of 150 recipes, full of sunshine flavours that will transport you to a summer holiday state of mind. The only cookbook you will need this summer provides all the inspiration you need to create memorable occasions in the warmer months. Mediterranean food is known for its punchy yet warm flavours of garlic, fresh herbs, chilli, olive oil and lemon. It is renowned for its naturally healthy ingredients and quick and easy methods - from cured meat and fresh seafood to salty cheeses, olives, anchovies and roasted vegetables.


Hibiscus by Lope Ariyo, the rising star of African cooking, presents her first book packed with delicious dishes. An energetic and supremely talented cook, Lope creates fresh, fuss-free meals that are full of flavour. With chapters including Fruits, Vegetables & Tubers; Grains & Pulses; Meat & Poultry and Baking & Desserts, there's something for every occasion and for everyone. Nigerian-inspired flavours and cooking methods can transform everyday dishes into something spectacular. Whether it's experimenting with new ingredients (Hibiscus Chicken), reimagining old favourites (Grapefruit and Guava Cheesecake; Baked Kuli Kuli Cod with Cayenne Yam Chips; Lagos Mess), exploring different techniques (Cheat's Ogi, Chin Chin) or finding alternatives to everyday staples (Plantain Mash with Ginger, Corn and Okra Gravy; Nigerian Roast Veg), Lope will help you discover all that modern Nigerian food has to offer. I ordered this book and just received it - it is truly special.

Plenty: Good, uncomplicated food by Diana Henry is a stunning book from one of our favorite UK authors. This book is a reissue of the 2010 edition. This is a book about pleasure, about creating great, satisfying food without spending a fortune. By planning ahead, shopping carefully, using value cuts, cooking seasonally and making the most of left-overs, beloved food writer Diana Henry shows that less can be more and flavor still plentiful. This book is packed with 300 recipes from around the world and as usual with Diana's books is stunning.

Ice Creams Sorbets and Gelati: The Definitive Guide
by Caroline Weir and Robin Weir is the biggest selling book on Ices: The Definitive Guide that has ever been published. It is universally regarded as the bible on the subject. Since its first publication, over a decade of research and millions of calories went into the new edition which was published in 2010. Now for the first time since then the book is being issued in a paperback edition. The book has over 400 recipes covering ice creams, gelato, graniti, bombes, parfaits, instructions on making wafers, biscuits, punches, even ice creams for diabetics and vegans. All the recipes are written in the clearest terms in Metric, cup measurements and Imperial weights and measures. All techniques are described in the simplest terms and all your questions are covered in this comprehensive book.

Cooking for Family and Friends: 100 Lean Recipes to Enjoy Together by Joe Wicks. The Body Coach presents this gorgeous book featuring more than 100 delicious and nutritious recipes that are perfect for sharing with the special people in your life. Joe has helped hundreds of thousands of people to transform their bodies and feel amazing with his effective workouts and simple recipes. All of the recipes in Cooking for Family and Friends are organised into reduced-carb and post workout chapters, just like Joe's first three Lean in 15 cookbooks. This makes it a brilliant addition for those already familiar with Joe's eating structure (carbs following workouts or on active days) but the meals are also enjoyable and tasty for all, whether you are following Joe's plan or not. 

Elly Pear's Let's Eat : Simple, Delicious Food for Everyone, Every Day by Elly Pear shares over 90 of her new pescatarian recipes all centering around vegetables, grains, pulses and dairy. Her approach to food and cooking perfectly suits the modern-day cook and is packed with innovative fresh flavours, interesting textures and a strong garnish game to boot. Elly believes that food should be simple and special, whatever the occasion - the two go hand-in-hand.


Caravan: Dining All Day by Laura Harper-Hinton, Miles Kirby and Chris Ammermann is the debut cookbook from London's award-winning, hugely popular collection of restaurants, famous for bringing all-day dining to the UK. It begins with morning brews, healthy breakfasts and unbeatable brunches; next up are fresh lunchtime salads, soups, vegetables and grains, then a pause for afternoon bakes, before rounding the day off with stunning dinners, puddings and of course cocktails on the side. Founded by New Zealanders (the authors), Caravan embodies an antipodean, 'well-travelled' food culture and with this book you can get exactly what you are craving at any time of day. The ethos is bold flavours and global influences, relaxed and approachable recipes, vibrant and healthy ingredients.

East London Food: The people, the places, the recipes by Rosie Birkett shares in-depth interviews and lavish photography, following forty people at the heart of London's culinary phenomenon.

Lisbon: Recipes from Portugal's Beautiful Southern Region by Rebecca Seal and Steven Joyce is a collection of her favorite recipes from her travels. This beautiful book features over 80 dishes along with stunning photography of the food, people and landscape of this special area of the world. Chorizo Pate, Roasted Octopus with Smoked Paprika, Parsley & Lemon, and Pork with Clams are a few dishes to whet your appetite for Portugal. Then to sweeten the deal the famous Milk Tarts are included in this book along with Bread of God - little fluffy rolls topped with sweetened coconut and many more desserts. As with all of Seal's books, they are must haves to add to your collections.

Junk Food Japan: Addictive Food from Kurobuta by Scott Hallsworth (ex-Nobu head chef) showcases the food that is making his restaurant, Kurobuta, one of the most talked-about restaurants in London. He has reworked the "Iazakaya" Japanese pub style of relaxed eating and drinking serving both incredibly inventive yet comfortingly familiar food. The restaurant's signature dishes - BBQ Pork Belly in Steamed Buns with a Spicy Peanut Soy Sauce, Tea Smoked Lamb and Kombu, and Roasted Chilean Seabass are shared. Here you will find 100 of the brilliant chef's re-imagined classics along with new and exciting dishes. I love this book - it is crazy good.

The Spice Tree by Nisha Katona will show you what spices and ingredients go together in the Indian kitchen. Everything you need to know to cook authentic Indian is found within these pages and explained beautifully and simply. 

Tasting Georgia: A Food and Wine Journey in the Caucasus by Carla Capalbo is a collection of recipes and gathered stories from food and winemakers in this stunning but little-known country. Both a cookbook and a travel guide to such a special place on the world's gastronomic map. This title is being released in the UK this month.

The Savvy Cook by Izy Hossack is the second book from the young blogger behind Top with Cinnamon and it is filled with recipes that focus on maximum flavor for minimum effort all with an eye on the budget. Lime-Chile Corn and Crispy Onions, Carrot Ribbon, Cinnamon & Halloumi Salad, Cauliflower Miso Mac & Cheese, and a Lemon, Blueberry & Corn Cake are examples of the creative dishes herein. 

Zoe's Ghana Kitchen by Zoe Adjonyoh has updated a collection of Ghanaian dishes for today's cook in this gorgeous book. Zoe lives in South-East London and her pop-up restaurant and supper club has been all the rage in the foodie scene both in London and Berlin. Recipes from Lamb Cutlets with Peanut Sauce, Jollof Fried Chicken to a Honey & Plantain Ginger Cake will have you craving Zoe's Ghanaian cuisine that brings the traditional flavours of Ghana to our kitchens. 

Cook. Eat. Love. by Fearne Cotton provides over 100 recipes that will have you eating happily and healthily at every meal time. A pescatarian herself, who cooks meat for her family, Fearne includes recipes that can cater for both and be packed with goodness either way. You'll also find plenty of ideas for elevenses, afternoon treats, baked goods and desserts that use plenty of natural ingredients to make those sweet treats guilt-free and just as satisfying. From Thai Coconut Soup to Quick and Healthy Pizzas; Roast Chicken Cashew and Chilli salad to Salted Caramel Chocolate Slice and Beetroot Cupcakes, Cook. Eat. Love is guaranteed to bring joy to your kitchen and beyond. 

Laura Santtini's Pasta Secrets: Over 70 Delicious Recipes, from Authentic Classics to Modern and Healthful Alternatives by Laura Santtini includes over 70 mouth-watering recipes, from authentic Italian classics to vibrant and contemporary dishes. Italian born, Santtini, is an author with one foot in the rich culture and heritage of Italian cooking, and another in the truly modern understanding of methods and ingredients popular with home-cooks today.

Seaweed: A Global History (Edible) by Kaori O'Connor shares the history of seaweed, the world's oldest and newest superfood. 

Raw and Rare: Delicious Raw, Lightly Cured and Seared Dishes - from Sashimi and Ceviche to Carpaccio and Tartare by Lindy Wildsmith is raw gastronomy for the home cook, inspired by simple age-old culinary traditions. It provides in-depth ideas on how to use healthy, seasonal raw fruit, vegetables and salads as well as fish, seafood and meat to prepare fresh, highly nutritious, top-quality and stunningly presented dishes.

The World is Your Burger: A Cultural History by David Michaels is an encyclopaedic, eye-catching tribute to one of the world's most popular foods - the humble hamburger Celebrate the classic hamburger with this unprecedented collection of essays, photographs, and ephemera - a colourful look at the burger's origins and impact, assembled by a true burgerphile whose passion has taken him around the globe. Perfect for home cooks and pop-culture addicts alike, the book is chock-full of original research, exclusive interviews with culinary icons, never-before-seen archival photographs from brands such as McDonald's and White Castle, and twelve delicious recipes. Please remember Eat Your Book members receive 30% off Phaidon titles when using the link provided.

The Ivy Now: The Restaurant and its Recipes by Fernando Peire contains all the dishes, secrets and stories behind the famous Ivy's success. Charismatic Director and former maître d Fernando Peire tells the story the history, the theatre, the celebrities and the scandal and with classic recipes from Executive Chef Gary Lee, including the Ivy's signature shepherd's pie, Asian-inspired salads, desserts and cocktails, this is the must-have book for a new generation of Ivy fans.


IRELAND

Natural Born Feeder: Whole Foods, Whole Life by Roz Purcell is being reissued in paperback this month. The book features over 170 easy-to-follow, delicious recipes. Try Spiced Apple Pancakes for a special breakfast or Serene Green Soup for a nutritious and filling lunch. Share Roz's Butter Bean and Sundried Tomato Dip with friends or indulge without guilt in her Chocolate Orange Tart. This version will be available in the UK in August. 

Good Food, No Stress by Tara Walker is full of simple, tasty and healthy ideas under the headings 'Brunch', 'Monday Night Meals', 'Healthy, Wholesome and Hasty', 'Ditch the Take-away', 'Fast, Fresh Fish', 'Casual Suppers for Friends', 'Stress-Free Sunday Roasts', 'Meal-in-a-Bowl', 'Super Soups', 'Cooking with Kids', 'Snacking on the Couch', 'Desserts and Baking', 10-Minute Meals, 'Barbecue' and 'Catering for a Crowd'. This book is also available in the US and will be released in the UK in July. 

 


AUSTRALIA

So French So Sweet: Delectable Cakes, Tarts, Cremes and Desserts by Gabriel Gaté is a love letter to patisserie, baking and sweet treats. An irresistible collection of French classics and Gabriel's most treasured sweet recipes, it brings together exquisite cakes and tarts, refreshing sorbets and fruity desserts, scrumptious ice creams, mousses and cremes and heavenly warm desserts. With a focus on fresh seasonal ingredients and home-style cooking, Gabriel shows just how simple it is to create classic French desserts at home. This title will be released in the UK in August and will come to the US in 2018. 

Simple Every Day: Easy Meals and Time-Saving Tips for Every Night of the Week by Justine Schofield answers the age-old question how to get dinner on the table quickly and easily without sacrificing flavour. The popular cookbook author, food writer and cooking show host is coming to the rescue to make life easier in the kitchen, giving us more time to enjoy both the preparation and the delicious results.

It's Always About the Food by Monday Morning Cooking Club is the third offering from the ladies of Sydney and shares the result of a two year search for recipes from the global Jewish diaspora - those much-loved dishes that have nurtured a community and have been feeding family and friends for years. This book is all about the food, flavours and the most delicious family recipes - not from a restaurant or a test kitchen, but from the heart of the home. This title continues the tradition of books one and two, Monday Morning Cooking Club and The Feast Goes On delivering quality, nurturing recipes wrapped up in a wonderful story. Check out our calendar for any events they have scheduled.

Tuck In: Good Hearty Food Any Time by Ross Dobson is a cookbook for every occasion. With recipes for simple weekday fare, special meals for friends and family, dishes to roll out at weekend barbecues and mouth-watering desserts - all the bases covered. From revamped old favourites to international taste sensations, these are easy, delicious recipes that you'll be sure to return to again and again. 


I'm Just Here for Dessert by Caroline Khoo, of the highly successful dessert business Nectar and Stone, blends her talent for creating simple yet delicious desserts with her love of beauty and sophistication to provide the reader with the skills and tools needed to shape their own personal style of dessert design along with styling tips and much more.

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