• Eat, Share, Love is a unique collection of 91 beautiful recipes and the compelling personal stories behind them. This timely cook book features mouth-watering dishes from often under-represented cuisines and the memories attached to them, from romances to family gatherings. All the proceeds from this book will go to the award-winning charity 91 Ways to Build A Global City.
  • Bring your store cupboard essentials to life with The Hawkshead Relish Cook Book, producers of over 120 chutneys, pickles, preserves, jams, ketchups and sauces. From hearty hotpots to aromatic curries, these are simple but satisfying meals packed full of flavour to make the most of the jars and bottles that are tucked away in the cupboard.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Celebrating our amazing farmers and the food they produce, this timely and topical sequel highlights 40 of the UK’s most influential and innovative farms through their own fascinating stories and delicious recipes. Suitable for home cooks of any skill level, this book is also the perfect read for anyone who is interested in where their food comes from.
  • 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.
  • Recipes and reflections to raise awareness around mental health and suicide prevention from foodies all over the world
  • 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.
  • Published in collaboration with The Glasgowist, The Glasgow and West Coast Cook Book is the latest in Meze Publishing’s ‘Get Stuck In’ series of regional cook books. It celebrates the best of the area’s food scene with over 40 recipes from a wide selection of Glasgow’s finest local restaurants, delis, gastro pubs, cafes and local suppliers. Among those included are multi award-winning Finnieston restaurant The Gannet, successful restaurant group Two Fat Ladies, as well as the likes of Galician beef specialists The Spanish Butcher, Hutchesons City Grill and fish and seafood gurus Gamba. But it's not just about the city. This book also features some of the most tantalising recipes you'll find on the west coast, with inclusions from The Oyster Catcher at Otter Ferry on Loch Fyne, Helensburgh bistro Sugarboat and The Lodge on The Loch at Loch Lomond. So whether your taste is fine dining, no nonsense, hearty food or something a little more exotic, there will be a dish for people of all cooking abilities and tastes.
  • 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.
  • 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!
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