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  • The Birmingham Cook Book celebrates the best of the local food scene, with a foreword from Glynn Purnell as well as recipes from Michelin-starred restaurants Simpsons and Adams. The book features more than 40 recipes from some of the city’s finest food establishments, local restaurants, delis, farm shops, pubs, local suppliers and even cookery schools. The book features recipes from the award winning pub The Lord Clifden, street food kings The Original Patty Men, Rossiters (Birmingham’s first organic butchers) and Adams Restaurant to name just a few. So whether your taste is fine dining, or no-nonsense, hearty food, there is something for everyone in The Birmingham Cook Book.
  • The Bath Cook Book celebrates the best of the local food scene with recipes from The Chequers, Hare & Hounds, The Beaufort and Blue Quails Deli. The book features more than 40 recipes from some of the area’s finest food establishments, local restaurants, delis, farm shops, pubs, and local producers. It features recipes from The Bath Gin Company, the well-loved Hartley Farm Shop, The Long’s Arms, Bath Cake Company and a wine glossary from the up and coming Novel Wines to name just a few. So whether your taste is fine dining, or no nonsense hearty food, there is something for everyone in The Bath Cook Book.
  • Meze Publishing’s first venture in Europe for the ‘Get Stuck In’ series of titles. The Amsterdam Cook Book comprises more than 40 recipes and stories celebrating the best restaurants, gastro pubs, producers and delis in what is becoming one of Europe’s most exciting restaurant scenes. The foreword has been written by TVs Dutch Masterchef judge and acclaimed chef Alain Caron. With stunning photography from Casper Van Dort. The book includes a host of all the names you would expect to find in a culinary guide to Amsterdam, including the likes of Momo, Izakaya, The Duchess, Mr Porter, The Butcher, The Juice Brothers, Vida and Blauw.
  • Whirlow Hall Farm Trust is a charity that offers therapeutic farm-based activities to help children better understand themselves and provide schools with insights into each child’s learning needs. This cook book marks their 40th birthday and features recipes and stories from staff, local restaurants and supporters to provide a little local inspiration for some simple recipes to make at home.
  • Former Pub Chef of the Year, Justin Brown’ first cook book, Dining Through The Seasons is aimed at the aspirational home cook, the book is full of seasonal starters, mains and desserts to help you prepare fantastic food that’s not only delicious and simple to make, but is also in season. Justin has been planning the book for most of his career. “I’d had the idea for this book for some time. My friends and family are always hosting gatherings and often ask me for ideas and recipes – so this is as much for them as anyone else! Everyone likes to cook seasonally, but I wanted to create something you could turn to for simple yet amazing recipes whatever the season. The great thing about this book is most dishes can be prepared in advance – meaning, by the time your guests arrive, all your hard work is done! It’ll give you more time to spend actually enjoying the occasion – and less time panicking about it!”
  • Following hot on the heels of our range of successful regional cook books, The Street Food Cook Book features the stories and recipes behind some of the north of England’s finest street food traders. Britain has a rich heritage of multi-cultural cuisine and that’s never more evident than in the array of flavours available on the high streets and in street food markets across the country. This book features recipes from the likes of Masterchef 2012 finalist Sai who runs Budha Belly selling street-side Thai dishes, world famous fish and chip specialists Magpie Café as well as the Percy and Lily, Pie Eyed, The Boston Shakers and lots more. There are plenty of easy-to-recreate recipes from the likes of the Street Food Chef with their chicken mole and salsa verde and Pizza Loco, who serve their pizzas from a disused steam engine, and have served up a pickled damson, pancetta and goat’s curd pizza.
  • Olly is a shy but funky Orangutan, who has an incredible voice and loves to sing but can’t control his nerves enough to get any words out. After falling from his perch in his favourite tree, Olly is so embarrassed, he leaves his friends and seeks sanctuary in the jungle. But will Olly discover something on his adventure that means he’s finally able to overcome his fears and do what he was born to do… sing? To try to win a copy of the book head to: https://toppsta.com/books/details/656842/the-orangutan-who-sang