The Flexible Pescatarian

£20.00

Whether you're looking to eat less meat, a lover of seafood, or even a dedicated pescatarian, you'll find something for you in this book filled with delicious and practical recipes for every lifestyle from celebrated chef Jo Pratt.

Choose between cooking each recipe as a fish dish, or get creative with some veggie substitutes. From a curried Buddha bowl to Cornish crab pasties, aromatic cured salmon with pea blinis to a wholesome and hearty smoky mac `n' cheese, the range of international recipes spans the globe and are all simple, well-balanced and packed with flavour.

As well as easy approaches on how to cook your fish and hacks for vegetarian options, this original cookbook shows you how to prepare the perfect fish fillet and handle whole fish and seafood. With a wide variety of health benefits, there has never been a better time to join the growing pescatarian movement and expand your culinary skills.

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The Green Roasting Tin: vegan and vegetarian one dish dinners

£16.99

`This book will earn a place in kitchens up and down the country' Nigella Lawson

Start the New Year afresh with seventy-five one-tin recipes: half vegan, half vegetarian, all delicious. With all seventy-five recipes in this book, you simply pop your ingredients in a tin and let the oven do the work. From flexitarians to families, this book is for anyone who wants to eat easy veg-based meals that fit around their busy lives.

A follow up to the very successful and delicious The Roasting Tin.

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My Vegan Travels by Jackie Kearney (hardback)

£16.99

75 satisfying plant-based recipes for comfort food from around the world. A food-lover and keen traveller, Jackie Kearney became a favourite MasterChef UK finalist in 2011 thanks to her creative approach to vegetarian and vegan cooking that took inspiration from all over the world. However, if there is one thing that she loves to cook most, it is those comfort food classics that can satisfy any hunger pangs - and in this collection of vegan recipes, she shows how easy it is to do that as part of a plant-based diet.

She begins with flavours from her childhood in No Place Like Home, featuring recipes such as My Big Fat Veggie Cottage Pie and Root Vegetable Rosti with Home-made Beans and Smoky Tempeh. European Summers follows with a selection of relaxed dishes like Campfire Risotto with Asparagus and Lemon, French Onion Soup with Cashew Cheese Croutons, and Roasted Aubergine Lasagne with Puy Lentils. Jackie is renowned for her love of Asian flavours, so the next chapter, Asian Comfort, is where her passion really shines.
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The Borough Market Cookbook, by Ed Smith (hardback)

£25.00

'Like the market, the book is exciting, instructive, seductive and inspirational.' -Claudia Roden For over 1000 years, Borough has served the people of London, and now welcomes 12 million visitors a year. This gorgeous collection takes you on a tour of the four seasons of Borough, from Apple Day in October, to the switching on of the Christmas lights, to Easter and Midsummer, with the most delicious recipes highlighting the very best of those celebrations.

Along the way, you'll be introduced to key seasonal ingredients with shopping and preparation tips, straight from the artisan producers, that will change how you cook for ever. Packed full of beautiful photography, much of it shot on location at Borough throughout the year, this is a cookbook that will inspire food lovers and home cooks everywhere, even if they only follow Borough Market from afar.
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The Grammar of Spice, by Caz Hildebrand ( hardback)

£16.95

Spices have played an intrinsic part in the human story, running through history, geography, anthropology, politics, religion, culture, art and design. From alligator pepper seeds which, in the Yoruba culture, are given to newborn babies to taste a few minutes after birth, to charoli seeds, which are used in traditional Indian sweets eaten during the festival of Holi, and caraway seeds, which were added to medieval love potions, each spice has its own significance in the lives of the people who use it. The story of spice is really the stories of human relationships, from growers and traders to cooks and explorers, all starting with a tiny seed.

The Grammar of Spice is one of the world's missing books. It will change the way we understand spices and the role they play in defining not only our food but also our place in the world. The essence of each spice is explored in a brief history peppered with interesting anecdotes and tips, and accompanied by reproductions of surface decoration from Owen Jones's original book, The Grammar of Ornament.

The book is beautiful to look at and hold, packed with well-researched material, and will change the way a generation appreciates the incredible world of flavours and tastes that spices open up to us.
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Nightingales and Roses : Recipes from the Persian Kitchen, by Maryam Sinaiee (hardback)

£25.00

Over 100 authentic, seasonal recipes from Persian cook and food blogger, Maryam Sinaiee. Nightingales and Roses offers you a true taste of Persian home cooking. Iranian food blogger and cook, Maryam Sinaiee, takes us through a full year in the Persian kitchen, explaining the stories and traditions behind each delicious dish.

From Lamb and Aubergine Stew and Baked Fish with Tamarind to Rosewater Ice Cream and Saffron Rice Pudding, Maryam's recipes reveal the diverse range of flavours that make up this unique cuisine. Beautifully photographed throughout, this is the perfect introduction to real Iranian food.
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