• 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!
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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!
  • 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.
  • 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!
  • Very Hungry Greek brings you soul-satisfying recipes from all over the globe to sink your teeth into. Every dish is under 500 calories and almost all can be whipped up in 30 minutes at most, making this irresistible collection of ‘healthy food porn’ the perfect addition to any health-conscious kitchen. Discover for yourself that you don’t have to sacrifice flavour to eat better.
  • The Little Book of Seafood is a culinary creation containing a range of seafood recipes from chefs across the UK. Dive into this celebration of the most fabulous ways to cook fish, including Galton Blackiston’s Pan-Fried Wild Sea Bass and Scutchers Fillet of Wild Turbot.
  • Chilli Banana features more than 50 diverse recipes and stunning photographs, shot on location in Thailand, the ‘Chilli Banana’ cook book captures the essence of Thailand’s vibrant food culture. The dishes range from starters and sharers – including grilled prawns, marinated steak strips, spring rolls and fishcakes – to traditional soups, noodle dishes, rice dishes and salads. This cook book explores a variety of cooking styles from deliciously simple street food, to popular home cooked meals as well as adventurous cuisine from Bangkok’s high class skyscraper restaurants. With anecdotes, tips, spice ratings and flavour profiles, May Wakefield guides you through the cooking process for each dish to ensure that authentic Thai dishes can be created every time. Dedicated to, and inspired by, her mother, Jiam Tonggird. May developed a passion for cooking from helping and watching her mother cook for farm workers her family at home, among the fields of basil and lemongrass in the Prachinburi farming district of Thailand.
  • Blood, Sweat & Beers, is the cook book from the kitchens of the acclaimed Milestone restaurant and Craft & Dough pizzeria. Over a decade ago The Milestone opened in a quiet area of Sheffield amid floods and a recession. Fast forward to today and it is one of the most highly regarded modern British restaurants in the region, with myriad accolades to its name and a regular band of loyal clientele. The group has also expanded to include three pizza and craft beer houses under the name Craft & Dough as well as their innovative highly-lauded restaurant Joro. Guiding you through their cooking ethos chef Luke French showcases their approach, which involves sourcing locally and growing many of the ingredients themselves. From The Milestone’s rump of lamb, fermented onion and apple caramel, pickled cucumber, beans & herbs, to the ultimate roast chicken or Craft & Dough’s famed piggy smalls pizza; with each recipe, they encourage you to experiment with techniques and flavour combinations, to bring the best out of a meal, creating restaurant quality food at home. Choose from dishes to kick start your day, light bites, comfort food favourites, meals to challenge and treat yourself, delightful desserts and creative cocktails.
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