NEW Hungry Cookbook, packed with vegan recipes
Anthea Amore's newly released cookbook has 350 pages of deliciousness and over 150 recipes. Simple, delicious recipes that we love include Double Chocolate & Walnut Brownie, Sesame Tempeh, Blue Mash & Greens, Aged Cashew Cheeze and so much more. Includes breakfast, lunch and dinner recipes along with snacks, drinks and lots of sweet treats.
Anthea Amore and her husband, Casper, are passionate about a few things, two of which are cooking and veganism. Anthea is an event planner and regularly caters for events. She also wrote the bestselling book, Passion three years ago. It is filled with vegan recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner and they are achievable for the average cook. She has just released the book Hungry and you'll feel literally that just looking at the pictures.
Sourdough the natural way to bake. Soulful and nourishing recipes with a practical step by step guide.WILD SOURDOUGH is a hands on and highly practical guide to sourdough bread making at home. With more than 45 easy to follow recipes written specially for home bakers, WILD SOURDOUGH invites you to go back to basics. Take flour, water and salt and add feta, walnuts and dried fruit. Using natural fermentation techniques, you can bake simple, wholesome and preservative free sourdough bread to savour!
Heidi Swanson's approach to cooking whole, natural foods has earned her a global following. From her Northern California kitchen, she introduced us to a less-processed world of cooking and eating. In Super Natural Every Day, Heidi helps us make nutritionally packed meals part of our daily repertoire by sharing a sumptuous collection of nearly 100 of her go-to recipes. These are the dishes that Heidi returns to again and again because they're approachable, good for the body, and just plain delicious. This stylish cookbook is equal parts inspiration and instruction, showing us how to create a welcoming table filled with nourishing food for friends and family. The flavourful vegetarian recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, treats, and drinks are quick to the table but tasty enough to linger over. Gorgeously illustrated with over 100 photos that showcase the engaging rhythms of Heidi's culinary life and travels, Super Natural Every Day reveals the beauty of uncomplicated food prepared well and reflects a realistic yet gourmet approach to a healthy and sophisticated natural foods lifestyle.
From Matthew Kenney, long considered a pioneer in raw and vegan cuisine, comes the first definitive vegan cookbook for serious foodies and chefs. Kenneyês life work has been his commitment to plant-based innovation as well as culinary nutrition, and in PLANTLAB he employs inventive techniques and creative thinking in dishes that are visual masterpieces as well as delectable meals. Inspired by his experimental kitchen and laboratory located in Belfast, Maine, PLANTLAB will help redefine plant-based cuisine for home cooks and amp up their skills to create beautifully prepared, delicious vegan foods in their own kitchens. From root purees and soups to kale polenta and pizza, the 100+ recipes employ a modern, creative approach that builds on skills as you progress through the book. As the recipes get more advanced, so to do the techniques, and by the end, you will be fermenting and using a smoke gun like a pro.
Throughout, Kenney explores elements of the lifestyle that go along with plant-based wellness, expanding on the science behind foods and explaining cutting-edge food technology and innovative techniques, such as using and making nut-based cheeses and artisanal chocolate.
Elegantly designed and gorgeously photographed, PLANTLAB celebrates innovative vegan cuisine at the highest level. It is a feast for the senses.
Recipes from Plantlab can be sampled at Mathew Kenneyês first Australian, plant based restaurant, Alibi, at Ovolo Woolloomooloo.
With 100 recipes that use wholesome grains from oats to amaranth this delicious cookbook spans classic breakfast porridges, through lunchtime salad bowls to nourishing dinners.Taking inspiration from Nordic cooking and the Danish ethos of hygge, Alex creates delicious, simple dishes which are both satisfying and healthy.
'26 Grains is one of my favourite places to eat and now I can make these beautiful recipes at home. Alex is one of the most creative, talented cooks I've met; she transforms simple grains into works of art. Absolutely delicious.' Ella Mills, Deliciously Ella
When Mae has to move house from the country to the city, she feels lonely and sad - until she discovers a beautiful place full of green in the centre of Paris. What she finds there sparks something special and beautiful that will make her feel much more at home.
Stephen Evans, Ian Whitelaw
The Book of Really Useful Information provides a broad and fascinating education in 20 easy lessons, from great works of art to political leaders, literature that shaped society to basic science, and everything in between.
This is an ideal book for anyone who spent their school days gazing out of the window and now realizes how much they missed out on. It provides a full and fascinating education that covers all key subjects. For clarity and ease of use, the book is divided into five days, Monday to Friday, and then subdivided into four single-subject lessons. Each lesson is based around the five w’s—who, what, when, where, and why—and poses questions such as:
Who was Eric Arthur Blair?
What happened to the Romans?
When was the Big Bang?
Where do laws come from?
Why is evolution controversial?
You can choose to dip into a lesson at random, read through a whole day, or start from the beginning and keep going to the end. Accessible writing and useful fact boxes will help you pick up the key points quickly, and summary boxes provide a concise review of each subject. And for that authentic school experience, each day in The Book of Really Useful Information ends with a test—except this time you get to mark it yourself. If you’re feeling brave, you could even get your kids to take the tests, too, to see which of you knows the most.
So sharpen your pencils and get ready to quickly learn everything you need to know in the 20 lessons of The Book of Really Useful Information.
In her first solo cookbook, Chantelle Nicholson shows you how to cook delicious vegan dishes using seasonal and flavoursome plant-based ingredients. Growing up in New Zealand with a vegetable garden influenced her passion for fresh produce and, with her career as a professional chef, she was inspired to develop tasty, restaurant-quality vegan recipes, which feature on the menu at Tredwells, winner of AA's London Restaurant of the Year. In PLANTED she offers an abundance of these dishes to make at home. Her recipes may look high-end, but they are easy to create in your kitchen and will impress even the most devoted meat- and cheese-lovers. This is not a book about veganism, it is about fantastic and tasty food, made without animal products. It celebrates produce, seasonality and food that tastes good!
Joel Harrison, Neil Ridley
For everyone and anyone who wants to understand more about gin, this is the definitive guide - covering the best gins the world has to offer, history and production methods, and the countries that have helped make gin a global success story.
Never has there been a more striking revolution in the world of distilled spirits than the current renaissance of gin. With small craft distilleries popping up all over the world, from Texas to Tasmania, more varieties and techniques being used than ever before, and a tapestry of tastes from light and citrusy to big bold savoury notes, gin's appeal is extraordinarily wide and varied.
From gin made in small batches from local botanicals, through to large facilities which make some of the world's most recognized gin brands, World Atlas of Gin looks at everything from the botanical to the bottle: how and where botanicals are grown and harvested and their role within the flavour of gin; producers and the stories behind their brands; exactly where, and how, gins are made; and, country by country, the best examples to try.
Global cocktails are covered too, including the history and country of origin of some of the best-known mixed gin drinks.
This cookbook is a celebration of shared homes and their most iconic dishes – the food designed to feed the crowd, without breaking the bank or spending hours in the kitchen. It is a book about community, warmth, love and the unique connection of a nurturing home, where shared meals are central to the environment. Plus, without getting preachy or “clean ’n green eating” about it, all the recipes in the book are vegetarian and vegan.
The eight chapters are captured in different share houses throughout the inner, sunshiny, suburbs of Brisbane. Each chapter has a distinct theme, as dictated by the culinary skills of those living in the featured house: A breakfast spread menu; Hungover brunch; A leisurely long lunch; Eat it with your hands; Mexican-inspired feast; A Mediterranean dinner party; Pasta night; and Comfort food spread.
Through its clean and bright photography – all taken by Clare’s own friends and roommates – The Shared Table is simultaneously luxe and sincere. It’s a warm and inviting cookbook that every share house needs on their communal bookshelf.