|Author:||Australian Women's Weekly|
Food allergies are more prevalent today than ever before. These recipes show how delicious allergy-free food can be.
Digby Law's Pickle & Chutney Cookbook is a New Zealand classic used and respected by home cooks and professionals alike. This indispensable reference contains 300 easy-to-make recipes for chutneys, relishes, sauces, oils, pickles, jellies, vinegars and mustards. Discover traditional preserves from Europe and North America, ex... read more
Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers?s latest series of books is an essential addition to every kitchen. This definitive collection of fish recipes brings together some of the best dishes from the River Cafe, beautifully packaged with a striking design by the award-winning designer of the new Guardian Berliner, in a handy paperback form... read more
Everyone in the family will love Tana Ramsay's simple and delicious recipes. The secret, says the author of the bestselling Tana Ramsay's Family Kitchen, is easy recipes and basic ingredients. Whatever the occasion --school-night suppers, family entertaining, picnic treats or weekend baking-- Tana has a fool-proof solution th... read more
Originally published in 1996, Madhur Jaffrey's "Quick and Easy Indian" has sold more than 70,000 copies and continues to be much in demand. It's now been completely redesigned and sports all new coluor photography, bringing it solidly into the 21st century with its updated new look. The text and recipes are the same fabulous ... read more
Soups can be a simple or sophisticated starter, or a hearty one-pot meal. There are soups for every season and just about any occasion - for soothing or for seducing, for welcoming or for warming. Soups are the perfect 'slow food' dish, but many can also be prepared and on the table in less than half an hour. In "Soup Bible" ... read more
When Simon Rimmer bought a small vegetarian restaurant, he had no idea how to cook. Armed with two cookbooks and heaps of enthusiasm, he and a friend created the best vegetarian restaurant in Manchester, famous for its unusual food and lovely atmosphere. A confirmed meat eater, Simon had to rethink his cooking and has created... read more
Jo Seagar's Cook School is attached to her fabulous cafe and shop in Oxford, Canterbury, and it's incredibly successful, being booked out at least nine months ahead of time. In her cook school Jo teaches how to make a variety of impressive dishes really easily - sticking to her philosophy of 'Minimum effort for maximum effect... read more
Reveals the authentic recipes of 19 national and regional cuisines. More than 500 recipes, from the simple to the exotic.
A tale of cookery, infection and hot pursuit through 1900s New York. In 1906, at a prosperous Long Island summer home, a family falls ill and typhoid is diagnosed. When Dr George Soper is called in to find the source of the contagion, he notices that the household cook has gone missing. She is Mary Mallon, the woman who w... read more
Finalist in the Illustrated Non-Fiction category. Al Brown is the acclaimed Wellington chef and owner of Logan Brown - one of Wellington's top restaurants. He's also one of the stars of 'Hunger for the Wild' and author of the successful cookbook of the same name. Brownie is a passionate man - he has loved fishing since he ... read more
Sophie Dahl, one of the most glorious women on the planet, shares delicious secrets from her slinky kitchen, funny stories and favourite recipes in a beautifully illustrated hardback. With delectable recipes for each season, this luscious abundant take on food will delight women everywhere. In this beautifully colour illustr... read more
Amid the hectic lives we lead today, it can be hard to find time to think about where our food comes from and the choices we make in how we shop, cook and eat. In this thoughtful, approachable book, chef Mark Jensen examines the issues surrounding good food choices. Whether it's little things in our day to day lives or bigger... read more
|Author:||Patricia Green & Carolyn Hemming|
One of the world's healthiest foods, quinoa (pronounced 'keen-wah') contains a perfect balance of all eight essential amino acids and is a great source of protein, making it an increasingly popular food choice for those looking to incorporate 'superfoods' into their everyday diets. Gluten-free, wheat-free, and nutrient-packed... read more
The MasterChef NZ show gave us excellent food, passionate contestants, smart judges, nail-biting drama and terrific television. This book collects the best of the recipes from all of the shows: all of the top 24 recipes from contestants from all over the country; the winning recipes from each episode; a good range from each o... read more
Over the past six years Julie Biuso has shared some of her favourite and most popular dessert recipes with Taste magazine readers. They were too good to simply be left there, so here they are all together in a gorgeous cookbook, for easy reference.
An intriguing mix of family favourites, special occasion treats, easy ic... read more
Good Times - favourite recipes from Viva offers fail-proof recipes to cook for family and friends whether the occasion is a quick weekday meal, relaxed weekend gathering or a special celebration. Amanda Laird, food editor of the popular weekly Viva magazine in The New Zealand Herald, creates delicious, uncomplicated dishes us... read more
Divided by meal, Fresh and Light is a solution-packed book of recipes loaded with power foods to give you the balance you need across your week. There are light breakfasts, tasty lunch box tips and fast dinner solutions to give you ideas for every time of the day. We all have our guilty pleasures in life. Fresh and Light lets... read more
The bestselling Buyer's Guide is now in its 21st year of publication. This title is firmly established as the most authoritative and sought-after guide to New Zealand wines. Updated yearly with new tasting notes and vintage ratings, including the most current vintage, this is a 'must-have' publication for the new initiate an... read more