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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. Every Night Of The Week

    by Lucy Tweed

    A wildly entertaining and practical cookbook filled with shortcuts and permission to do it your own way, by Donna Hay's right-hand woman.
    $40.00 Each
  2. Riverstone Kitchen Modern-Day Classics is a collection of over 90 of the restaurant’s most popular and most requested recipes brought together for the first time in one volume.
    $45.00 Each

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  3. Home

    by Stephanie Alexander

    Home is a collection of more than 200 original recipes by Stephanie Alexander. Each recipe is a finely crafted tribute to her passions and preferences for produce and flavour, and each reflects her consummate skill in communicating the fundamentals of technique.
    $65.00 Each
  4. Dish: Fast Cookbook

    by Sarah Tuck

    Simple, elegant design paired with delicious but fast recipes, Dish: Fast will become an instant kitchen must-have.
    $45.00 Each
  5. Homecooked

    by Lucy Corry

    Everyday recipes for every New Zealand season and every occasion, this is real food for how we really live - our ingredients, our seasons and our way of life.
    $55.00 Each
  6. With over 30 recipes for jams, chutneys, ferments and pickles, and 70 dishes in which to use them, The Modern Preserver's Kitchen is the ideal cookbook for those who want to make the most of each season's offerings.
    $49.95 Each
  7. Futuresteading

    by Jade Miles

    A stunningly illustrated practical guide to growing, preserving and sharing the food that grounds us. Futuresteading is a practical and inspirational guide to living in a way that values tomorrow: a slower, simpler, steadier existence that is healthier for you, your home and the environment.
    $45.00 Each
  8. Salad - Two Raw Sisters

    by Margo and Rosa Flanagan

    Margo and Rosa firmly believe that a Two Raw Sisters salad is the perfect starting point to any meal. All eaters are welcome in this cookbook, with these recipes suitable for anyone and everyone, whether you're gluten free, dairy free, plant-based, flexitarian, FODMAP or an absolute meat lover.
    $45.00 Each
  9. Ripe Recipes

    by Angela Redfern

    From Auckland's Ripe delicatessen comes a recipe book that aims to make the most of seasonal produce.
    $60.00 Each
  10. An entirely new-look Neil Perry that surpasses anything previously published and is everything you need to know to cook like Neil at home.
    $69.00 Each
  11. This is Ottolenghi, unplugged. The Ottolenghi Test Kitchen team takes you on a journey through your kitchen cupboards, creating inspired recipes using humble ingredients.
    $55.00 Each
  12. Take One Fish

    by Josh Niland

    Forget everything you thought you knew about fish cookery with Take One Fish. There are no rules when it comes to cooking fish according to James Beard award winning chef Josh Niland, only an endless world of possibilities.
    $59.00 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.