This simple, plant-based program to save your health, waistline, and the planet comes out this month and we’ve got 3 great recipes to share from it: “Chicken” Fajitas, a Sun-Dried Tomato and Asparagus Lasagne, and Lemon-Blueberry-Coconut Scones. Yum!
A fundraising cookbook from the NZ Rugby Foundation with royalties going to support catastrophically injured players and their families. The wide variety of recipes have been provided by players and other rugby personalities.
A celebration of Palestinian food and culture, featuring stunning photography and a wide range of authentic dishes from the places and people of Palestine.
Celebrate the food of Argentina with three free recipes from this exciting new cookbook. Try a Gramajo’s Scramble, Veal Croquettes and a wonderful Quince Tart.
We’ve got three recipes for you to try from this new cookbook that celebrates nature: Bircher Muesli with Grated Apple, Pepitas, Yoghurt and Fresh Grapes; Zander Fillet with Strawberry and Capsicum Salsa; and a tempting Raspberry and Chocolate Tart.
Celebrate authentic and traditional Spanish dishes from sous chef Emma Warren with these three free recipes: Baby Broad Bean & Pea Salad, Oven-roasted Lamb Shoulder and a Crema Catalana dessert.
The Adelaide Central Market has just announced the launch of its first-ever hardcover book and we are drooling.
Part cookbook, part travel guide, celebrate the diversity of New York city with something sweet, something savoury and something soothing from one of the many cultures that thrive in the city.
Sample three recipes from this month’s Flour and Stone cookbook by pastry chef Nadine Ingram: Blueberry Buttermilk Scones, Zucchini Chilli & Gruyère Buns, and a Pear Ginger & Hazelnut Cake.
Culshaw’s Restaurant has produced a menu that showcases the best of bush ingredients, available in the inner city.
A pain-free guide to becoming vegan, filled with lots of handy hints and explanations and enough familiar crossover recipes to make the change in eating easier and comfortable.
A simple recipe book that focuses primarily on healthy recipes, as the title suggests.
A fascinating culinary history of one of Australia’s iconic foods, taking us around Australia, New Zealand and England, through recipe books, family treasures, letters to and from soldiers in WWI, photographs and anecdotes to discover the origins of our iconic Anzac biscuit.
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!