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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. La Boca Loca - Mexican Cooking for New Zealanders

    by Lucas Putnam & Marianne Elliott

    Acclaimed Wellington restaurant La Boca Loca is one of New Zealand’s best Mexican taquerias. Owners Lucas Putnam and Marianne Elliott have always had a clear goal of presenting the freshest flavours of Mexico using the finest, locally available ingredients, which is also the philosophy behind this cookbook.
    $48.00 Each
  2. The Cooks Apprentice

    by Stephanie Alexander

    The Cook’s Apprentice is the essential teaching cookbook for the younger cook who’s just starting out. This wonderful book is full to the brim with everything new foodies need to know to become relaxed and confident in the kitchen.
    $48.00 Each
  3. Little Bit Of This Little Bit That

    A Mothers Secret Spice : Love

    A beautifully designed LIMITED EDITION Gujarati Indian Cookbook that covers a range of Gujarati home cooked recipes with measurements that will help you discover what a little bit of this and a little bit of that truly is.
    $69.00 Each
  4. Cheese

    by Michel Roux

    At once simple and complex, comforting yet sophisticated, with its myriad types of texture and taste, cheese is a dream ingredient for a chef. And in the passionate, skilled hands of a master, it forms the cornerstone of not only some of the greatest but some of the most delicious dishes in the world.
    $29.95 Each
  5. Platters And Boards

    by Shelly Westerhausen

    This visual cornucopia of a cookbook is the guide to entertaining with effortless style. Celebrated author and food blogger Shelly Westerhausen shares the secrets to creating casually chic spreads anyone can make and everyone will enjoy (and envy).
    $49.00 Each
  6. Burger Wellington

    The Best Burgers From New Zealand's Culinary Capital

    2018 marks the ten-year anniversary of Visa Wellington On a Plate and what better way to celebrate, than with a collector’s cookbook!
    $29.95 Each
  7. Enjoy a taste of Cuba Street with this locally produced cookbook.
    $48.00 Each
  8. Annabel Langbein Essential Volume Two

    Sweet Treats for Every Occasion

    In this superb new book, bestselling New Zealand cookbook author Annabel Langbein shares her best-ever versions of just about every sweet recipe you could dream of.
    $59.00 Each
  9. Essential Annabel Langbein

    by Annabel Langbein

    The Essential: Annabel Langbein is Annabel's 25th cookbook.
    $59.00 Each
  10. Nikau Cafe Cookbook

    by Kelda Hains

    Nikau has a special place in people's hearts. Run by Kelda Hains and Paul Schrader, the café has been open for almost two decades, serving only breakfast and lunch.
    $58.00 Each
  11. Stoked

    by Al Brown

    The ultimate outdoor cooking book from Go Fish author and chef Al Brown.
    $63.00 Each
  12. Go Fish - Hardback

    by Al Brown

    Al Brown can be counted on to find and share great New Zealand cuisine. In Go Fish Al combines his two great passions — cooking and fishing — and brings us more than 100 exceptional fish and shellfish recipes.
    $60.00 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.