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For centuries, cookbooks were almost entirely about the food prepared for the upper classes; it wasn't until the 19th century, when Eliza Acton wrote "Modern Cookery for Private Families", that recipes were designed, structured and written for ordinary folks. Fast forward over a century, and recipe books are available for every possible budget, style and skill level. From books about teaching kids to cook, to Yotam Ottolenghi's restaurant-focused NOPI, there's something for everyone. Learn to bake, master the BBQ, learn charcuterie, or simply drool over beautiful photographs of dishes from the world's best chefs - every bookshelf needs a few cookbooks. They also make great gift ideas for the foodie in your life.
  1. Hong Kong Local

    by ArChan Chan

    Hong Kong is an explorer's dream and a food-lover's paradise. It's the bowl of beef sa cha noodles washed down with a hot cup of signature Hong Kong milk tea at one of the city's countless cha chaan teng. It's the bamboo baskets filled with delicate dumplings placed onto pristine white tablecloths at a Michelin-starred dim sum restaurant. It's the cocktail-fused table of friends hungrily dipping crab claws and wagyu beef into aromatic hotpot at midnight.
    $44.00 Each
  2. Through his bold flavours at the eponymous Michelin-starred restaurant, Niklas Ekstedt ignites our primal fire-side instincts. His abandonment of modern technology may be a little difficult to replicate in your own kitchen, but his spirit will convince you to get back to basics where you can.
    $64.00 Each
  3. In Praise Of Veg

    by Alice Zaslavsky

    The definitive guide to making vegetables the centre of the plate.
    $69.00 Each
  4. Home Cookery Year

    by Claire Thomson

    The Home Cookery Year is the new essential kitchen bible, year-round and every day. Claire Thomson writes foolproof, imaginative recipes to please the whole family – as a professional chef and mum of three, she understands what it’s like to whip up tasty, crowd-pleasing dishes in minimal time at the end of a busy working day.
    $49.00 Each
  5. Whole Chicken

    by Carl Clarke

    Carl Clarke has garnered the reputation from his industry peers and the general public alike as an authority and advocate on cooking ethically reared chicken. What he doesn’t know about chicken isn’t worth knowing, from brining and seasoning to poaching, grilling and frying.
    $44.00 Each
  6. Wings and Things

    by Ben Ford

    From the award-winning and fried-chicken obsessed duo behind Wingmans, chef Ben Ford and David Turofsky, comes Wings and Things, a book that celebrates the glorious bird with some of the most mouth-watering, saucy, internationally inspired variations on classic wings.
    $39.00 Each
  7. Chef Matty Matheson follows up his New York Times bestseller with an even bigger book that is all about quality home cooking.
    $54.00 Each
  8. Good Food New Classics

    by Ardyn Bernoth

    The much-requested second collection of best-loved and requested recipes from the stellar Good Food team. More than 100 classic recipes are given a fresh, extra delicious twist by eight ​of Australia’s ​best-loved chefs.​
    $44.00 Each
  9. In the nearly ninety years since Irma S. Rombauer self-published the first three thousand copies of Joy of Cooking in 1931, it has become the kitchen bible, with more than 20 million copies in print. This new edition of Joy has been thoroughly revised and expanded by Irma’s great-grandson John Becker and his wife, Megan Scott.
    $69.00 Each
  10. This is the anti-vegan cookbook for vegans. Almost every vegetarian and vegan cookbook focuses on the whole wheat/kefir/green cleanse/salt lamp/lentil aspect of living a cruelty-free diet. But what about those of us who actually dream of a greasy burger all day and all night, but simply can’t justify eating animal products? Or those of us who just wanted to opt out of the environmentally unsustainable meat industry? Or anyone who is just keen to broaden their culinary horizons and dip a toe in the waters of veganism? Like author Zacchary Bird. If you see and taste the world the same way as Zac, then this is the cookbook for you.
    $39.00 Each
  11. The Fast 800 Easy

    by Dr Clare Bailey and Justine Pattison

    Following their bestselling Fast 800 Recipe Book, Dr Clare Bailey and Justine Pattison return with a fabulous new cookbook, featuring super-simple recipes to enable you to eat well with minimum prep time on your fasting days
    $39.00 Each
  12. Bitter Honey

    by Letitia Clark

    In Bitter Honey, seasoned chef Letitia Clark invites us into her home on one of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean Sea – Sardinia.
    $44.00 Each

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For centuries, cookbooks were almost entirely about the food prepared for the upper classes; it wasn't until the 19th century, when Eliza Acton wrote "Modern Cookery for Private Families", that recipes were designed, structured and written for ordinary folks. Fast forward over a century, and recipe books are available for every possible budget, style and skill level. From books about teaching kids to cook, to Yotam Ottolenghi's restaurant-focused NOPI, there's something for everyone. Learn to bake, master the BBQ, learn charcuterie, or simply drool over beautiful photographs of dishes from the world's best chefs - every bookshelf needs a few cookbooks. They also make great gift ideas for the foodie in your life.