• 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.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • More than just a cookbook, this is a book to inspire, to share, to reflect – with good, healthy, refined sugar-free food at its heart. Alongside 160 delicious ideas for healthy breakfasts, sharing platters, soups, curries, salads, mains and plant-based desserts, this is a guide for good living, to enable you to start your day the mymuybueno way.
  • 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.
  • The Lancashire Cook Book: Second Helpings celebrates the best of the county’s food scene and follows on from the best-selling first edition released in 2016, which was Booths Supermarket’s second best-selling cook book that year. It includes recipes from The Freemasons at Wiswell from Steven Smith, named  gastropub chef of the year in 2019.
  • Sweet Chilli Friday is the debut cook book from six working mothers who get together once a month to share recipes at their cooking club, Peppercorn Passion. With more than 60 vegetarian dishes in all, the flavours are inspired from all over the world, from Italian-inspired aubergine crostinis to Burmese street food as well as Eirio (Kenyan vegetable mash), pinwheel samosas and blueberry chia puddings. The group started when two old school friends, Sangita Manek and Sheetal Mistry, were discussing how they both always made the same five dishes over and over again and their families were getting bored. So what if they swapped recipes? Before long there were four more friends in the mix, Alpa Lakhani, Anjana Natalia, Sonia Sapra and Deepa Jaitha, and the Peppercorn Passion cooking club was born. Sweet Chilli Friday is a collection of the recipes they have shared over the years; all are vegetarian, and the headline rule is to keep it simple. All are busy working mothers so these dishes are easy enough for most people to make at home on a midweek night for the whole family. They use ingredients most people will already have in the store cupboards and they taste great too.
  • The Nottingham Cook Book: Second Helpings celebrates the best of the local food scene and follows on from the acclaimed first edition which was a best-seller on its release in 2014. Showcasing how the region’s food scene has evolved and become even more exciting, the book features more than 50 recipes and stories from some of the region’s finest local restaurants, delis, gastro pubs, cafes and local suppliers. The book is fronted by Nottinghams's hotly anticipated, new fine dining restaurant Alchemilla's Alex Bond and includes recipes from the award-winning Bakehouse in Sherwood, The Black Bull at Blidworth, Welbeck Estate, Nottingham’s long-standing favourite Indian fine-dining restaurant Memsaab, and producers such as Sauce Shop, Starkey’s Fruit and 200 Degrees Coffee. The likes of Homeboys and The Rustic Crust represent the fabulous street food available. So whether your taste is fine dining or no nonsense hearty food to something a little more exotic, there’s something for people of all abilities and tastes.
  • The Shropshire Cook Book comprises more than 40 recipes and stories celebrating the best restaurants, gastro pubs, producers, farmshops, and delis in the region as well as stunning food photography from Meze Publishing, last year’s winner of Best Newcomer at the Independent Publishing Awards. The book includes a host of all the names you would expect to find in a culinary guide to the region, including the likes of Old Downton Lodge, The Haughmond, Momo No Ki, Battlefield 1403, Shrewsbury Market, Apley Farm Shop, Albright Hussey and CSons. Shropshire’s wealth of producers are represented by Bennett and Dunn, Moyden’s Cheese and Barkworths.
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