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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. Ottolenghi FLAVOUR

    by Yotam Ottolenghi

    The third installment in Yotam’s bestselling and multi-award-winning PLENTY series (over 2 million copies sold). FLAVOUR celebrates the limitless potential of vegetables and reveals how to transform them into magical dishes.
    $59.00 Each
  2. Year Of Simple Family Food

    by Julia Busuttil Nishimura

    Family food is generous, unfussy and demonstrates love and care. No matter what busyness the day brings, the act of setting the table and enjoying a simple meal together is comforting and ever-reassuring.
    $39.00 Each
  3. A breathtaking account of Maori food - its traditions, ingredients and tikanga - from our brightest culinary star. Monique Fiso is a modern-day food warrior, taking Maori cuisine to the world.
    $64.00 Each
  4. Raw & Free

    by Sophie Steevens

    Sophie Steevens shares her favourite plant-based recipes and describes how she reversed a serious autoimmune disease by eating a completely plant-based diet. Four years on, she has fully recovered, her family have also embraced this lifestyle and they are all thriving.
    $44.00 Each
  5. 7 Ways to reinvent your favourite ingredients with more than 120 new, exciting and tasty recipes. 7 Ways, the most reader-focused cookbook Jamie has ever written.
    $59.00 Each
  6. Sourdough bread is healthy, nutritious and delicious, and surprisingly easy to bake yourself. With fifteen recipes to explore, including tear-and-share fougasse, poppy seed rolls, cheesy grissini and a crowd pleasing pizza, this book will fill your home with the mouth watering smell of oven fresh bread as you discover the rewarding experience of sourdough baking.
    $29.00 Each
  7. My Underground Everyday

    by Jess Daniell

    The third and latest cookbook from Jess Daniell, My Underground Everyday, is finally here! Featuring over 100 inspiring recipes from her home kitchen.
    $49.00 Each
  8. Everlastings

    by Bex Partridge

    Everlastings is a celebration of the life of flowers, showcasing the ethereal beauty of dried flowers.
    $32.00 Each
  9. Falastin - A Cookbook

    by Sami Tamimi & Tara Wigley

    A ground-breaking Middle Eastern cookbook from the co-author of Ottolenghi: The Cookbook and Jerusalem, and co-founder of the innovative Ottolenghi delis.
    $59.00 Each
  10. Wendyl’s story of living the simple life in the country: gardening, foraging, fishing and the freedom she has found in ageing. Beautifully illustrated and including 100 new and delicious recipes.
    $44.00 Each
  11. Use it All - The Cornersmith guide to a more sustainable kitchen

    by Alex Elliott-Howery and Jaimee Edwards

    A kitchen skills handbook to buy less, waste less, save money and make more with what you've got by the original waste warriors.
    $44.00 Each
  12. Supergood

    by Chelsea Winter

    Epic plant-based food for everyone, with gluten-free options for just about everything. There’s everything to love about this much-anticipated new book from New Zealand’s favourite bestselling home cook, Chelsea Winter.
    $49.00 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.