Cookbooks - Various Chefs
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With more of us wanting to live and eat healthily, cooking at home is a great way to feel more in control of what we're putting in our bodies as well as sample new recipes and ideas. Plus it's nice to impress guests with a fancy new meal or two!
With this in mind, we've hand picked a selection of different cookbooks by a variety of authors, all packed with delicious recipes for all tastes and abilities.
Choose from a range of tasty titles -
- One: Simple One Pan Wonders - Jamie Oliver
- A Cook's Book - Nigel Slater
- Everyday Seafood - Nathan Outlaw
Firepit Barbeque - Ross Dobson
- From The Oven To The Table - Diana Henry
- Simple: Effortless Food, Big Flavours - Diana Henry
- Mary Berry's Simple Comforts - Mary Berry
- The Pig: 500 Miles Of Food, Friends and Local Legends - Robin Hutson
One: Simple One Pan Wonders by Jamie Oliver - One of Britain's favourite chefs, Jamie Oliver's cookbook includes over 120 recipes that will cut down on the washing up without cutting out the flavour. Each recipe has just 8 ingredients or less, and is made using budget friendly items, making this cookbook perfect for all. Dishes like Juicy Tahini Chicken, Hassleback Aubergine Pie and Squodgy Croissant Loaf will soon become your firm new favourites. (Hardback, 312 pages)
A Cook's Book by Nigel Slater - Packed with over 200 recipes, the tales behind their creation and other fun stories, this collection from Nigel slater is a must have in any chef's kitchen. Each chapter is made up of Nigel's favourite recipes from home, including: a slice of tart, a chicken in the pot, everyday greens, the solace of soup and the ritual of tea. (Hardback, 512 pages)
Everyday Seafood by Nathan Outlaw - Perfect for a budding seafood chef, learn simple and reliable techniques for cooking all sorts of fish and seafood, including delectable desserts. Cook up soups and big bowlfuls (Prawn noodle soup, Monkfish, bean and bacon stew), seafood salads (Cold dressed lobster salad with verjus), oven-baked fish dishes (Crab and saffron pasta bake), BBQ and grilled fish plus light snacks, dips and nibbles. (Hardback, 224 pages)
Firepit Barbeque by Ross Dobson - Get that BBQ out and let's get cooking! Ross Dobson is an experienced chef, food writer and a dab hand with the barbie tongs. His recipe book is specifically tailored to creating delicious meals on a firepit with just a simple grill or hotplate. With recipes ranging from fragrant chicken parcels, whole trout with lemon and dill or the twist on a classic spicy beef kebabs, there's something for everyone. (Hardback, 208 pages)
From The Oven To The Table by Diana Henry - Save on the washing up with these delicious yet simple recipes, made by throwing ingredients into a dish or roasting tin and letting the oven do the work. Perfect for a quick after-work dinner or a feast for friends! Packed full of healthy vegetables, grains and pulses as well as tender meat and fish. Recipes include Chicken thighs with miso, Roast Indian-spiced vegetables with lime-coriander butter, and Roast stone fruit with almond and orange flower crumbs.(Hardback, 240 pages)
Simple: Effortless Food, Big Flavours by Diana Henry - Another cookbook from Henry designed to keep cooking simple whilst maintaining delicious flavours and exciting recipe ideas. This collection can be rustled up quickly with no fuss and includes Turkish Pasta with Caramelized Onions, Yoghurt and Dill; Paprika-baked Pork Chops with Beetroot, Caraway and Sour Cream; Parmesan-roasted Cauliflower with Garlic and Thyme. (Hardback, 336 pages)
Mary Berry's Simple Comforts by Mary Berry- Filled with delicious, comforting recipes from the nation's beloved chef, Mary Berry's recipe book is the perfect accompaniment to her BBC TV series and allows you to cook along at home. Simple, stress free recipes include Whole Roasted Squash with Garlic and Chilli Butter and Spicy Sausage and Red Pepper Hot Pot, alongside Frangipane Apple and Brioche Pudding - yum! (Hardback, 304 pages)
The Pig: 500 Miles Of Food, Friends and Local Legends by Robin Hutson - A collection of recipes from The Pig hotels in the south of England (our neck of the woods!). 8 chapters - each representing the eight different venues with their own unique menus - include tips, anecdotes, interviews and of course delicious, simple recipes for you to recreate in whichever corner of the world you cook in! (Hardback, 320 pages)