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    Paleo Monday to Friday

    No, not the Paleo Diet again, you may well say; but wait, this time the style of eating is presented in a manner which will […]

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    Eat Your History

    Just the title alone makes you want to pick-up this book and investigate further. Eat your history indeed! But the subject matter turns out to […]

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    This Could Get Messy

    This is more than just another recipe book; this is a book about food, about the world and about more food, and having fun while […]

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    Mum’s The Word

    This beautifully presented book with photographs and many, many ideas, is ideal for any busy Mum.  It would be a fantastic inclusion in a Kindergarten, […]

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    My Street Food Kitchen

    When one travels one eats the delights the country has to offer in its traditional foods, the street foods, with great gusto thinking all the […]

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    Vanilla Table

    The cover is pristine in its elegance, the photography is spectacular, the words are wonderful and best of all the recipes, in all their elegant […]

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    Kitchen Mojo

    Paul Mercurio is a man of many talents, those of acting, dancing and latterly cooking. Well, a man must eat and if a man must […]

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    Salad Samurai

    Contained within these pages are salad lovers dreams of fantastic foods, salads for all seasons, salads to be eaten all year, salads made with the […]

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    Easy Weeknight Meals

    In this fast paced world the evening meal has to be simple and easy to prepare, filled with nourishment and be able to appeal to […]

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    Dude Food

    In 2011, Andrew opened a restaurant called “The Dip.” The recipes in this book are based on comfort food, and satisfying dishes that he serves.  […]

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    Essentially Thai

    Offerings from the Spirit House – literally, are wrapped within the pages of this beautiful, tastefully presented (pardon the pun), dare I say, “cook book”.

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    Quinoa for families

    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 […]

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    The Chef behind the bar

    I opened this book and my first thoughts were, Wow, I want to go to the pub that serves this type of ‘grub’, but sadly […]

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    Crust

    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 […]

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    Miguel’s Tapas

    A beautifully produced book that tantalises and leaves you salivating! Tapas is more than just a lovely cookbook it’s a journey through Spanish and Gypsy […]

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    Crust

    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 […]

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    Hopscotch and Honey Joys

    In a reflection  of times gone by, when you came home from school  and Mum  had just finished the baking so you could tuck in […]

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    Supper with Rosie

    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 […]

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