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Written unashamedly by born again vegan, Aine Carlin in a desire to share great food, vegan style, she has created, cooked and presented a range of dishes that are simply mouth-watering and will temp even the most determined omnivore with simple easy meals from seasonal and dried ingredients. There is…
Raw food! So what you say! What’s so fantastic about eating raw food? Well, according to Scott Mathias, raw food is the best way to living a healthy , energetic and vital lifestyle and he has proven this, turning his life of a semi-invalid around, becoming a healthy person enjoying…
It’s birthday time for the young one and the issue of what type of birthday cake can I have Mum, has been on open discussion for some time. Don’t despair as there is an easy, or relatively easy, way out for those who delight in creating that special cake for…
Quinoa is one of the fastest growing components of many diets especially for those with various dietary challenges and weigh gain issues. It is an ancient grain finding its way back into modern cuisine at all levels. It is easy to use, lends itself to a variety of dishes and…
This is one seriously fun cookbook designed to appeal to just about every level of cook, from the weekend entertainer to the in from work and hungry brigade. Callum Hann has selected an easy to prepare and cook style of recipe which will appeal to all from Morning Glories, breakfast…
Compiled loosely, with loosely being metaphoric, with food in mind it is far more than a ‘cook book’, it is a look inside some of the last centuries notable artists, poets and writers kitchen pantries as well as some of their favourite dishes, complimented with a still life, soupcon of…

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Released just in time for Valentine’s Day this “marshmallow porn” look at releasing the kitchen siren in you to titillate and tempt your lover, takes what Kitchen Goddess Nigella Lawson started in her kitchen one step further. When taking the plunge into this very naughty but nice book, do commence…
One could be forgiven for thinking the art of preserving is long gone, but thankfully it does seem to be enjoying a resurgence, which makes compete sense, as there is a considerable move away from commercial foods to the more natural produce, which not only tastes better but is often…
For all you frustrated lovers of spicy cooking, Westerners I am talking to, help is definitely at hand with this fantastic journey into the art of cooking with spices. The really great thing is most of the dishes are speedy to prepare and cook, making it considerably easier to sit…
When a Celebrity releases a Cookbook you tend to go – Ho Hum, not again! but in It’s All Good, Gwyneth Paltrow and good friend Julia Turshen combine their talents and love of food to show us that living a good and healthy lifestyle is there for all  to have…
Rosie Lovell of Rosie Café in London has compiled a book containing all, or at least some, of her favourite recipes and Hallelujah, they are all family old time favourites, some with a modern twist and endlessly suitable for all styles of meals: from simple weeknight family nosh to entertaining.…
Bread making in one form or another is as old as time and in many countries today the art of bread making is considered a daily routine. Not so in the more “enlightened” modern society that exists on supermarket offering and instant hot bread kitchen takeaway breads. The fear of…
Quinoa: an ancient grain going through a rebirth as the grain to eat when all others fail and a lifeline to a wider range of foods for those who are gluten intolerant or suffer a range of health issues. The story of quinoa commences with a detailed explanation as to…
Pomegranates and Roses is far more than just a cook book it is a culinary journey through history: through Persia, now known by the harsher name of Iran. The name Persia has, over centuries, conjured up visions of the exotic: of foods with incredible names and even more incredible tastes,…
Impressive, flamboyant, celebratory and a totally fantastic, fresh look at the humble vegetable is all ensconced within the pages of a lime green cover and a large silver V making this one of the most understated books that will ever make its place onto the bookshelf in your kitchen. Hidden…
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