• The Green Rocket Cookbook is a treasure trove of more than 80 tried and tested vegan recipes that have been developed with flavour at their core. From breakfasts to store cupboard staples, it’s full of diverse flavours and global inspiration with plenty of gluten-free options. Whether you follow a plant-based diet or not, this book is packed with flavourful food that will surprise and delight.
  • The Amazing Troll-Man is a collection of hilarious exchanges between one man with a mission to make us laugh and unsuspecting Facebook users with petty complaints to air. Wesley Metcalfe, aka The Amazing Troll-Man, has a combined following of over 300k across social media thanks to his unique brand of comedy, spoofing companies’ customer service accounts with side-splitting results!
  • Galley is a unique new cookbook that will resonate with anyone who has a connection to the Royal Navy, as well as keen cooks who enjoy entertaining and cooking restaurant-quality food. It shines a light on the incredible skill and talent found within this demanding industry, thanks to the contributions of 20 professional chefs - all with a connection to the Royal Navy - who have shared their recipes and career journeys. The book also features a foreword by The Princess Royal, patron of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity, and a recipe by Michel Roux Jr. It’s pages are packed with insights into Navy life and traditions, from the strictly observed toasts of Trafalgar Night, commemorating Lord Admiral Nelson’s victory in battle, to the story of how a handwritten recipe book by a naval chef in World War II came to light. Galley offers inspiration and information in a book like no other that supports a highly deserving cause.
  • Take a tour with us through the Steel City’s thriving beer and spirits scene, showcasing some of the many wonderful pubs, bars, shops, breweries and distilleries that unite to make the city one of the UK’s most exciting destinations for connoisseurs of real ale, craft beer and (increasingly so) gin!
  • Chilli & Mint

    £ 25.00
    Chilli and Mint will be an instant favourite for anyone interested in food and spice (but not necessarily spicy food!) or the intricacies of Indian home cooking. Written by an established food writer and cookery teacher, this beautiful cookbook contains over 100 recipes to bring a little more spice into your culinary repertoire. By following Torie’s accessible step-by-step recipes, anyone can explore the everyday delights of India’s wonderfully diverse cuisine at home.
  • Your Magical Kitchen is a refreshingly down-to-earth guide to making the most of your kitchen and becoming a more confident and adventurous cook. In nine steps, author Kate Marshall’s debut book helps you create dishes packed with taste, flavour and aromas, based on the foods that you love. The chapters cover food families, taste pairings and flavour combinations; how to weave herbs, spices and condiments into your dishes; and how to make your creations look stunning.
  • Veggin’ Out

    £ 20.00
    Vegging Out is Jasmine Cassells guide to the plant based diet – drawing on her experience as a plant-based nutritionist, Jasmine teaches you how to add variety to the classic meat-fille meals we know and love. With over 100 recipes to spark inspiration, from plant based burgers and roast dinners to sweet treats and party food, Vegging Out shows you just how easy it is to have a wide and diversified diet full of plant-based goodness, and teaches you how to embrace more nature on your plate!
  • The Food & Company Cook Book is all about real honest cooking, drawing on years of experience in catering and cookery demonstrations alongside a great appreciation for local produce in the authors’ native Cumbria. Joan Gate and Margaret Brough are sisters and farmer’s daughters who have been in business together for over 30 years. Their skills, knowledge and love of food all come together in these pages, sharing tried and tested recipes alongside stories of their journey up to now.
  • The OliveOlive Mediterranean Cook Book was created by Rob and Pam Marsden to share delicious recipes made with their authentic Cypriot olive oil and halloumi cheese. The family-friendly dishes include starters, mains and sweet treats that are rustic and full of flavour.
  • The Sheffield is Sweet Enough campaign has been launched to help families avoid the dangers of too much sugar by sharing interesting facts on different foods, recommended daily limits, low-sugar swaps and recipes. We want to ensure that everyone who would benefit from the content in the book has access to a copy, we are therefore running a buy-1-give-1 scheme where for every book purchased, we will give one away for free to someone in the community. The free copies of the book will be available at places such as community centres, schools and libraries across Sheffield.
  • This book is a guide to eating healthily for yourself as well as for the planet; it features over 60 recipes which are designed to offer information and inspiration for finding a balance that benefits your body and its environment.
  • The Food We Love is Natalie Gerrelli's collection of recipes for dishes that she has enjoyed making in her kitchen for family and friends.
  • Following the success of For The Love of the Land, this second cook book compiled by Jenny Jefferies and produced by Meze Publishing showcases the incredible fish and seafood found in the UK. With over 40 delicious recipes and fascinating stories from the contributors, For The Love of the Sea champions sustainability and celebrates great produce alongside the men and women who work in the British fishing industry.
  • Clive The Cockerel's early morning crowing is causing him to fall foul of his farmyard friends, until they realise he might be the only one who can save them from disaster!
  • With a foreword from Henderson's Relish, The Little Book of Sheffield is an in-depth guide to best independent businesses in the Steel City, casting an eye over the makers, producers, retailers, cafes, bars and restaurants that make the city hum.
  • High Mood Food is written by the founder of the High Mood Food deli Ursel Barnes. Brought up in West Berlin, Ursel was raised on homemade breads, fermented local food + lots of yoga. Following her career in finance, Ursel trained as an executive coach. Working with highly pressurised professional clients, she knows the critical difference a healthy diet makes to wellbeing on every level - from professional performance to personal happiness. Ursel believes the complexity of flavour of fermentation is essential to exciting vegcentric cooking, and that this savoury tang and is highly addictive!
  • Recipes and reflections to raise awareness around mental health and suicide prevention from foodies all over the world
  • Eat Nourish Flourish is a 12 step plan and recipe book to enable you and your family to establish a healthy, sustainable relationship with the food you eat. It features 60 healthy, hearty and delicious recipes which are simple-to-make, which is so important when you are trying to change the habits of the whole family.
  • Gressingham is synonymous with one thing; duck, and this book marks a special moment in time as they celebrate 50 years of the family business that was founded by the Buchanan family in 1971. With a comprehensive overview on how to cook duck, the history of the business and over 80 recipes, it's the definitive culinary guide to duck.
  • A collection of over 30 stories and recipes from a wide range of celebrities and Oxfordshire-based chefs, Food and Kindness features Mary Berry, Stephen Fry, Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins and raise awareness and funds for Sobell House hospice.
  • This is a cook book to celebrate British farming in all its hardship and glory. The recipes in this book make the most of local and seasonal ingredients while farming families tell the stories of their livelihoods: from losing sheep in snowstorms to stoking enthusiasm in the next generation.
  • The Surrey Cook Book is the latest in the ‘Get Stuck In’ series of regional cook books. It celebrates the best of the area’s food and drink scene with over 25 recipes contributed by a diverse selection of restaurants, bars, cafes and small producers across the county including Dorking Butchery, Bake With Jack and Dastaan.
  • The Hertfordshire Cook Book celebrates the best of the area’s food and drink scene with over 35 recipes contributed by a diverse selection of restaurants, bars, cafes and small producers such as Lussmanns, included in The Sunday Times’ top 100 favourite eating spots in the UK.
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