Across 300+ pages and 130 recipes, chef Yotam Ottolenghi attempts to cater to the different definitions of ‘simple cooking’ that people hold, from preparing the day before, to whipping up something quick after work.
A simple cookbook that is ideal for the child who just won’t leave home, the friend who burns water and the parent who can’t cook.
Over 85 recipes from various cultures, linked by the theme of food after dark that’s easy to prepare, tastes great, and can feed the masses. Whether religious or not, food is a shared celebration for all.
A tantalising blend of Persian and Indian recipes and a history of the author’s favourite cuisine. Each recipe is annotated with references to its cultural and familial context.
A short recipe book focussing on Bengali Hindu cooking, making a distinction from the usual Indian fare found in other cookbooks and restaurants.
An eclectic collection of 100 Asian-inspired meals, snacks and desserts from more traditional Asian dishes through to some unexpected recipes like cheesecake!
A cookbook for beginners, featuring a range of surprisingly simple, straight-forward but incredibly delicious dishes, just like a French mother would make!
Sample three recipes from Jennifer Joyce’s 11th book, being released this month. Try your hand at delicious Asian food that you can make at home with these recipes for laksa, dumplings, and a cake!
An advanced cookbook featuring 120 marvellous recipes of Catalan cuisine, providing a fusion of flavours worthy of any special occasion.
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.
The cover and photos in this book are extremely enticing. The recipes are based on…
This rather thick cookbook by Parisian chef Stéphane Reynaud lives up to it’s promise of…
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 cookbook providing a wonderful range of cakes to make throughout the year, compiled over two years by the South Australian Country Women’s Association with author Fiona Roberts and photographer Jacqui Way.
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.
Warm your cockles with this LOBO Cider recipe, straight from the apple orchards of Lenswood.
Check out the warming spicy sibling in the Settler’s Spirits liquor family that’s just in time for Autumn!
Former celebrity trainer, Tegan Haining, provides recipes & exercises in an easy, step-by-step 7-day program for anyone needing a boost in health or energy.
A book designed to help you enhance what you already know in the kitchen by understanding the four main elements that add taste or texture to your cooking.