5 Cookbooks to add to your Christmas wish list! | 2017

Favourite cookbooks of the moment. To add to your Christmas wish list or to offer to a loved one. 

 

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1- JapanEasy by Tim Anderson - £20

Classic and modern Japanese recipes to cook at home. 

It is the perfect guide to learn how to make sushi, tempura, ramen and lots more! The recipes are well explained and do not require specialist ingredients. You will be able to make fun, simple, relatively quick yet delicious Japanese dishes with ingredients found at your local supermarket. JapanEasy is designed to be an introduction to the world of Japanese cooking via some of its most accessible and authentic dishes.

 

2- Claridge’s The Cookbook by Martyn Nail and Meredith Erickson - £30

A peek into the Claridge’s kitchen! 

You will find in this beautiful cookbook a carefully-chosen collection of some of the best-loved dishes and drinks ever made at Claridge’s. Classic and elegant recipes that are sure to impress your guests!

 

3- The Sportsman by Stephen Harris - £29,95

In this cookbook, Stephen Harris, head-chef of The Sportsman (Michelin star since 2008) shares the age-old and modern techniques to perfect 50 British classics. Anyone who is interested in British cooking should own this book.

 

4- River Cafe 30 by Ruth Rogers and her head-chefs Sian Wyn Owen and Joseph Trivelli - £28

Simply delicious Italian home cooking at its best.

Revisited and updated dishes from the first blue cookbook and 30 new favourites from the menus. A must have for food lovers.

 

5- The Flavour Thesaurus by Niki Segnit - £18.99

A compendium of pairings, recipes and ideas for the creative cook!

This book was first published in 2010, but I thought i should share it here anyway as it is the book we should all have in our kitchen. The Flavour Thesaurus is a manual , a primer to help understand how and why one flavour might go with another, their points in common and their differences. Interesting and remarkably useful. 

 

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