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Tanya Bakes

Tanya Burr (Author)

Following the phenomenally successful Love, Tanya, Tanya Burr is back with her very first cookbook. In Tanya Bakes, she shares her passion for baking along with all her favourite recipes. As well as cakes and bakes, readers will love Tanya's delicious and simple puddings, loaves and pastries.

From everyday staple bakes to sweet treats for special occasions, Tanya's got the perfect recipe, every time:
- Tanya's Ultimate Celebration Cake
- Banoffee Pie
- Salted Caramel Cheesecake
- Rhubarb and Custard Muffins
- Earl Grey Tea Loaf
- Tanya's Nanny's Apple Pie
- Smarties Flapjacks

So make yourself at home in the kitchen with Tanya and treat yourself, your friends and family to something delicious!

Modern Baker: A New Way To Bake

Melissa Sharp (Author) , Lindsay Stark (Author)

A revolution in healthy baking

Modern Baker will transform the way you bake, giving you the essential knowledge needed to create positively good-for-you breads and cakes. Featuring 120 recipes including loaves, buns, cakes, biscuits and bites, the bakes are all designed to promote gut health using easy baking methods and natural ingredients, with some using simple sourdough starters made from just flour, water and air.

Modern Baker is the ultimate healthy baking bible and will give you the tools to be confident, experiment and create delicious artisan bakes in your own kitchen.

MODERN BAKER, which opened in Oxford in 2014, passionately supports three key principles: good health, good provenance and most importantly, great taste.

Scone with the Wind

Miss Victoria Sponge (Author)

Bake your way through the classics from Jane Eclair to Tart of Darkness, Banana Karenina and On the Rocky Road, Flapjack and the Beanstalk, Nineteen-eighty Petit Fours and many more!

The most novel way to get to grips with the classics, Scone with the Wind features 75 delicious literary inspired recipes.

Arranged by genre, enjoy biscuits and cakes, puddings and pies from romance and comedy through to horror and science fiction, and discover fun, edible versions of your favourite books.

Includes witty introductions and amusing illustrations throughout, baking essentials and themed menus for book clubs, parties and afternoon teas.

The ultimate treat for book (and cake) lovers!

Recipes include:
Breakfast at Tiffins,
Whoopie Pies and Prejudice,
Key Lime and Punishment,
Captain Corelli's Madeleines,
To Kill a Battenberg,
Finnegan's Cake,
Vanity Fairy Cakes,
Middlemarshmallows,
Eton Mess of the D’Urbervilles,
Life of Pecan Pie,
Alone in Berliner,
Lord of the Mille-feuilles,
The War of the Viennese Whirls,
James and the Giant Peach Cobbler,
Much Ado About Muffins,
The Cherry Pie Orchard,
Scone with the Wind and more!

Doughnuts

Rosie Reynolds (Author)

What comes to mind when you think of doughnuts? Well, these are not your average doughnuts...

Rosie Reynolds has given the humble doughnut a much-needed makeover, turning it into an elegant confection to delight over.

Try them baked or fried, iced, glazed, filled, shaped, dipped or piled up and drizzled with chocolate. There are eye-catching recipes for special occasions - Candy Cane for Christmas, Maple Pumpkin for Hallowe'en and Passionfruit for Valentines - as well as some more virtuous vegan and gluten-free recipes.

As versatile as cupcakes and easy to make, take your pick from: Lemon Meringue, Peanut Butter and Jam, Orange Blossom and Pistachio, Rhubarb and Custard, Blueberry Cheesecake, Ice Cream Sandwiches, Pizza Triangles and Chilli Margarita plus many, many more.

And we've gone on tour, taking inspiration from native doughnuts around the world - have a go at Indian milk doughnuts Gulab Jamun, fried Mexican Churros dipped in spicy chocolate sauce, and Dutch Olibollen drizzled with toffee sauce.

Includes recipes that can be made with doughnut makers, doughnut tins or a simple baking tray.

Aga Bible

Amy Willcock (Author)

The Aga is much more than an oven: it's an icon. It's a statement. It's a way of life. Aga cookers have never been more popular, and the queen of Aga cookery is undoubtably Amy Willcock. Here is her definitive Aga Bible, with 300 classic, timeless recipes and bags of advice and tips for Aga owners.

Here are all the essential recipes that every Aga owner needs to know - from how to cook a full English breakfast on an Aga, making soups, cooking fish and roasting meats, through to baking pies, cakes and breads. The delicious family food includes Beef stroganoff, Steak, mushroom and horseradish pudding, and Bacon and egg pie, and there are stunning dinner-party recipes such as Rillettes of duck with toasted brioche, Chicken in Marsala with oranges and shallots and Parmigiano, thyme and rosemary risotto. Amy also tempts the tastebuds with a delectable range of desserts and cakes, including Raspberry souffles, Chocolate pecan tart and Lemon meringue cake. And there are 30 new and exclusive recipes, such as Moules marinieres, Crab and coconut soup and Apple and onion tart. All the recipes feature conventional cooking instructions, so even non-Aga owners can enjoy Amy's tasty dishes.

Entertaining: The Virgin Guide

Eleni Kyriacou (Author)

The complete guide to organising fantastic parties and dinners.

Is it OK to serve ready meals at a romantic dinner for two?
How can you throw a cool cocktail party without breaking the bank?
Can you turn a family lunch into a special event without getting up at 5 a.m. to start preparing?

Find the answers in this hip, no-nonsense guide to entertaining. With realistic, down-to-earth advice and tips from the best experts in the field, this book brings entertaining into the twenty-first century. It covers all the basics you need to think through, whether you're planning an informal housewarming bash or a big work do, and also shows you how to tackle specific events. It's ideal for anyone who wants to enjoy themselves at their own parties and create the kind of occasions that'll be remembered (for all the right reasons).

Whether you are planning an intimate dinner with friends or a full-scale birthday bash in a hired hall, this book is for you. And we promise there won't be a vol-au-vent in sight.

Princess Party Cookbook

Annabel Karmel (Author)

Every little girl dreams of being a princess . . .

Whether she yearns for a Fairytale Feast, a Make-up and Jewellery Party, a Valentine's Meal, a Movie Star Sleepover or a Beach Babe Barbecue, help is at hand. This enchanting party book from Annabel Karmel allows you to indulge your little girl's every desire with more than 100 specially created recipes and party ideas designed to feed her imagination and encourage her participation in the kitchen. From flower-shaped sandwiches and butterfly cookies, to emerald pizzas, ruby-glazed chicken, jewelled jellies, pink prawns and chocolate kisses, these are magical, delicious dishes fit for a princess's banquet. With inspiring ideas for the all-important centrepiece cake, plus menu plans, suggestions for easy table settings, costumes, decorations and gifts, this is an indispensable guide to planning the perfect princess party.

The Little Book of Scones

Grace Hall (Author) , Liam D'Arcy (Author)

Cherry & Almond Hearts; Zingy Lemon with Mascarpone & Lemon Curd; Sun-dried Tomato & Jalapeno Swirls…

or…

Twisted Pistachio & Nutella Fancies; Monkey Butter Puddings; Good Morning Drop Scones with Bacon, Banana & Maple Syrup; and Steak & Ale Pie with a Cheesy Scone Lid.

Meet the 21st-century scone.

Sconoisseurs Liam and Grace of All’Scone have pushed the humble scone to heady new heights with 30 unique sweet and savoury recipes that will get mouths watering and stomachs rumbling across the land.

So, don your favourite pinnie, get Frank on the speakers and get ready to twist some scones.

Baking School

Justin Gellatly (Author) , Louise Gellatly (Author) , Matthew Jones (Author)

Mastering bread and pastry at home, from sourdough to pizza, croissants to doughnuts.

Best known for Justin's world-famous doughnuts, the Bread Ahead Bakery in Borough Market is also home to their Bakery School, where thousands have learned to make sourdough, croissants, Swedish ryebread, pizza and much more besides. Now, using this book, you can too, from the comfort of your own home. Divided into sections including English, French, Italian, American, Eastern European and Nordic baking, there are also chapters on sourdough, gluten-free baking and flatbreads. Last but not least, there is of course a chapter on doughnuts - everything you need to know to make Justin's famed 'pillows of joy' - from the classic vanilla custard to salted honeycomb.

Recipe for Love

Katie Fforde (Author)

'Deliciously enjoyable' Woman & Home. A wonderfully romantic novel from the No. 1 Sunday Times bestselling author of Recipe for Love, A French Affair and The Perfect Match.


Take one aspiring cook.

When Zoe Harper wins a coveted place in a televised cookery competition, she can’t wait to put her cooking skills to the test.

Add a very desirable judge.

But as the competition heats up, she realises she’s developing an inconvenient crush on one of the judges, the truly delicious Gideon Irving.

Stir in a heaped tablespoon of romance.

All too soon there’s more than canapés, cupcakes and cordon bleu at stake.

Will Zoe win the competition, or is Gideon one temptation too far?

Mary Berry's Absolute Favourites

Mary Berry (Author)

In this official tie-in to Mary's gorgeous new six-part BBC Two TV series, Mary reveals the secrets of her very favourite food.

Featuring all the foolproof recipes from the show, Mary introduces you to her favourite dishes using produce from the farmers' market, the herb garden, the seaside, the countryside and more.

This all-new collection of over 100 fuss-free, delicious dishes offers yet more inspirational ideas that anyone can try. From tempting Mini Beef Wellingtons, perfect for a party, to her foolproof Saturday Night Pasta, Mary's no-nonsense advice means cooking for friends and family has never been simpler. And of course, there are plenty of indulgent cakes and teatime treats for those with a sweet tooth.

The book also contains Mary's favourite Christmas recipes, from the two Mary Berry's Absolute Christmas Favourites TV specials.

These are dishes that Mary never tires of, that are not too difficult to make, that don't have too many ingredients, and that'll have all your family asking for second helpings! From tempting canapés and inspiring salads to comforting suppers and indulgent cakes, it's never been easier to find a new absolute favourite.

Mary Berry Cooks

Mary Berry (Author)

THE NUMBER 1 BESTSELLER!

In this brand-new official tie-in to Mary’s much-anticipated BBC2 series, the nation's best-loved home cook invites you into her kitchen to share the secrets of her favourite dishes to make for family and friends.

Mary Berry Cooks features all the recipes from the show, along with Mary’s menus for each episode – from a warming Kitchen Supper or a Sunday Roast to a Summer Buffet or an Afternoon Tea.

This all-new collection of 100 mouth-watering, simple recipes offers the perfect meal for any occasion. It includes dinner party staples such as Slow-Roast Shoulder of Lamb or Cottage Pie with Dauphinoise Potato Topping, special summer lunches such as Fiery Red Rice Salad and Summer Pudding, and of course, her trademark cakes and bakes.

Accompanied by Mary's no-nonsense, no-fuss advice on preparing ahead, each fool-proof meal is made easy, so that you can cook with confidence.

Whether a family lunch or a simple one-pot supper for friends, Mary's carefully tested recipes and comprehensive advice make Mary Berry Cooks the perfect kitchen companion.

Classic

Mary Berry (Author)


“These are my wonderful brand-new recipes - timeless classics, simple British dishes and delicious, modern favourites to tempt family and friends. With my trusted tips and techniques for quick, easy and foolproof cooking, in Classic I’ll show you how to make the very best food in my own special, no-fuss way.” Mary Berry

Britain’s most trusted cook, Mary Berry, has been showing the nation how to make delicious, foolproof food for decades.

This brand-new collection from her landmark new BBC One series brings together everything we love about Mary – wonderfully simple but utterly dependable recipes that are essential for every home. These are recipes everyone can enjoy cooking and eating, no matter their time, budget or confidence.

Featuring all the recipes from Mary’s new television series, each accompanied by Mary’s no-nonsense tips and techniques, this stunning step-by-step cookbook ensures perfect results every time.

From ever-popular classics like Rack of Lamb with Orange and Thyme Sauce or Lemon Meringue Pie, to a perfect loin of pork with apple sauce, Mary cooks alongside you every step of the way.

Britain’s Best Home Cook

Jordan Bourke (Author) , Keo Films (Author) , Claudia Winkleman (Foreword by)


Fantastic, easy recipes from the new BBC One series.

Treat yourself to some of the dishes from the incredible final show such as Dipa’s mouth-watering Spiced Cumin Carrots, Pippa’s delicious Grilled Prawns and Dip or her Chicken Ballotine. If that doesn’t tempt you, try Dipa’s lovely Pan-fried Chicken, and Phillip’s delectable Beef Wellington. Then there’s all the wonderful desserts to choose from like Dipa’s indulgent Carrot Cake and the Sticky Toffee Pudding. Finally, you can try your hand at the Scotch Egg from the tricky elimination challenge.

Britain’s Best Home Cook is the ultimate collection of delicious, achievable recipes from Britain’s most talented everyday home cooks – those who make great food for their family and friends day in, day out.

This fully photographed official companion to the hit series features all the very best dishes from the show’s contestants – the recipes that the judges Chris Bavin, Mary Berry and Dan Doherty consider wonderful home cooking – and step-by-step advice on achieving the same perfect results for classic dishes and the nation’s favourite meals.

Alongside the show’s brilliant recipes, award-winning food writer Jordan Bourke offers easy-to-follow and fuss-free good food that will bring new, tasty ideas to your kitchen table: quick suppers, great weekend lunches, healthy meals and flavoursome sides and veg dishes.

Here you’ll find recipes that define brilliant modern British home cooking, from the most sublime roast potatoes, an ingenious twist on roast chicken or irresistible yet utterly simple chocolate pudding.

Good Food: 101 Fruity Puds

Good Food Guides (Author)

We all know that fresh fruit is good for us. It's full of vitamins, high in fibre and low in calories, but it's not always the first thing we turn to for an after-dinner dessert or sweet treat! In 101 Fruity Puds, the Good Food team has collected 101 fantastic fruit recipes, from refreshing and healthy to wickedly indulgent. Including cakes, pastries, roulades, cheesecakes, salads, sorbets, gateaux, meringues and fools - this compact cookbook celebrates the versatility of fruit.

These tried-and-tested recipes from Britain's best-selling cookery magazine have been chosen to help even the busiest people enjoy delicious, home-made desserts. With step-by-step instruction, nutritional breakdowns and full-colour photography to accompany each recipe, you can cook with complete confidence.

Miss Hope's Chocolate Box

Hope and Greenwood (Author)

In this indulgent celebration of all things cocoa-based, Miss Hope presents 50 of her favourite chocolate recipes - delights such as Passion Fruit Truffles and Sea Salt Caramels, Walnut Whips, Chocolate Ginger Creams and Chocolate Truffle Cake. Like the confectionery and chocolate Hope and Greenwood sell in their shops and through their website, everything in the book will recommend the use of the best ingredients, including fresh cream, butter and natural vanilla. Miss Hope will also be treating you to her irresistible titbits and chocolatey anecdotes which are guaranteed to make you chuckle.

Exquisitely designed and lavishly photographed, Miss Hope's Chocolate Box is the perfect gift, a wonderful dose of self-indulgence or a life-saving diversion on rainy Sunday afternoons with the kids - required reading for chocolate lovers everywhere!

The Little Book of Pies

Marika Gauci (Author)

Want to know how to make a pie? This little book of pie recipes packs a big punch in flavour and baking know-how.

Comprehensive guidelines show how to make pastry - shortcrust, rough puff, tartlet and flaky; how to crimp, lattice or plait your pie for a perfect finish; and how to store and reheat your pies so that not a crumb of your pie making goes to waste.

Savoury recipes include classics like Steak & Guinness Pie and Chicken, Leek & Bacon; seasonal treats like Waldorf Salad, Minute Picnic Pasties and Porky Pies; plus Mediterranean-inspired twists such as Italian Sausage & Pesto, French Onion Soup Pie, Lamb, Lemon & Oregano and Turkish Breakfast Pie.

Indulgent sweet pie and tartlet recipes include classic Twin Peaks Cherry and Apple pies plus unique Honey & Walnut 3-Bite Pies and Chocolate, Date & Ginger Tart.

Pies rule! They look good, taste good, and pie-maker Marika Gauci (who also runs the only Pie making workshops in London) shows just how to get glorious golden pies baking in your oven.

Delicious!

Ruth Reichl (Author)

Dear Mr Beard,

I sent my Magic Moments off yesterday, and that made me think of you.

I hope the cookies will remind Father of our life here. Or maybe I should say what life used to be, before the war changed everything . . .

Hidden in the library of Delicious! magazine young intern Billie discovers the wartime letters of twelve-year-old Lulu Swan, written to distinguished food writer, James Beard. Lulu’s can-do spirit in the face of food shortages and other hardships help Billie come to terms with her own tragic past. Until one day it occurs to her: Lulu Swan might still be alive...

The Weekend Baker

Paul Hollywood (Author)

The brand new cookery book from Britain's favourite baker, Paul Hollywood

Containing both sweet and savoury recipes inspired by cities from around the world including Paris, Copenhagen, Miami, New York, London and Naples, Paul takes classic bakes and gives them his own twist.

From Madeleines to Kale, cherry and cheese scones, Caprese cake to Chelsea buns and Polish cheesecake to Marble bundt cake, take some weekend time out in the kitchen to discover some new favourite bakes. As Paul found on his travels, baking is very much a family activity and so many of the world's recipes have been passed down from generation to generation. Now he wants to pass them on to you and your families.

'I have wanted to write this book for a long time. It sees me discovering baking cultures of the world in ten of its most amazing cities [...] the experience will stay with me forever.'

Canteen: Great British Food

Cass Titcombe (Author) , Dominic Lake (Author) , Patrick Clayton-Malone (Author)

Canteen took the London restaurant scene by storm in 2005. Here was a restaurant serving proper British food - devilled kidneys on toast, potted duck, pork pies, and treacle tart - with passion and pride. Their no-nonsense, modern-meets-classic menu has brought good British cooking to the high street once more, and prompted the likes of Gordon Ramsay, Terence Conran and gastropubs around the country to follow suit.

Unapologetically nostalgic, their first, much-anticipated cookbook is a splendidly comforting collection of 120 British dishes, including steak and kidney pie, Arbroath smokies, blackcurrant jelly with ice cream and shortbread, and rhubarb and almond trifle.

Canteen is hugely popular with people of all ages, who just love good food. And with people keen to cook simple, economical and hearty family meals 'like Grandma used to make', Canteen's modern classics could not be more timely. Featuring innovative design and photography, and traditional recipes that helped to make Britain great, Great British Food will bring a touch of foodie nostalgia to kitchens country-wide.

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