A short recipe book focussing on Bengali Hindu cooking, making a distinction from the usual Indian fare found in other cookbooks and restaurants.
Author Rod Lewis
When Rachel Chu goes to Singapore with her boyfriend for his best mate’s wedding, she has no idea just how ridiculously rich he and his friends are, nor how much effort his family will put into getting rid of her.
An eclectic collection of 100 Asian-inspired meals, snacks and desserts from more traditional Asian dishes through to some unexpected recipes like cheesecake!
Comedian Kitty Flanagan recounts stories from her life in this collection of cautionary tales about childhood, hitchhiking, internet dating, relationships, yoga, travelling, and even murder!
With an introduction by esteemed Hogwarts Headmaster, Albus Dumbledore, historian Kennilworthy Whisp takes us on a fascinating journey through the history of the wizarding world’s most popular sport.
A cookbook for beginners, featuring a range of surprisingly simple, straight-forward but incredibly delicious dishes, just like a French mother would make!
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Australian financial whiz, Patrick Canion, provides a semi-autobiographical book, outlining his win/lose relationship with money through his life, from his childhood pocket money to being an award-winning financial advisor.
A novel of love, crime, magic, fate and coming of age, set in Brisbane’s violent working class suburban fringe, circa 1983, where 10-year-old Eli navigates through the chaos of his life.
An advanced cookbook featuring 120 marvellous recipes of Catalan cuisine, providing a fusion of flavours worthy of any special occasion.
When young Julian sees three beautiful women with flowing hair, he imagines them to be mermaids and wants to be just like them. A picture book about imagination and identity for ages 4+.
Described as “clever cooking for busy people”, a food hack is an inexpensive recipe that takes under an hour, using familiar equipment in original ways.
70 recipes using cauliflower as one of the primary ingredients, from a beef tagine and curry through to biryani, pastas and even cheesecakes and muffins.
This rather thick cookbook by Parisian chef Stéphane Reynaud lives up to it’s promise of…
Phluttr, a social network AI that has taken the world by storm surpasses even her creators’ best hopes and begins to interfere in people’s lives with devastating consequences.
Six-year-old Zach survives a school shooting only to find himself lost in a land of confusion where his own reactions make no sense and the adults around him fall apart as they try to cope with the tragedy.
A easy-to-follow structured, 21-day plan to ease anxiety, love your body and feel more alive through yoga.
A modern ode to grandma’s cooking, featuring 120 tried and true recipes from the archives of the Country Women’s Association of NSW.
A practical and surprisingly enjoyable advice book about paying off debt, keeping out of debt, and developing a savings plan.
With more than a hundred recipes, this cookbook is something suitable for exercise freaks and lazy sloths alike. The recipes are easy, tasty and, more importantly, healthy.