Penguin do Great Food books

31 10 2012

and equally great covers & titles too! Choose from titles like Buffalo Cake and Indian Pudding or The Well-Kept Kitchen. Now… how to get my local library to stock them…

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Eat with your eyes first: book covers

4 04 2012

While not all of these are recipe books, they do all have a food/kitchen theme. They are also all picked because of the cover art – I claim no responsibility for any terrible reading experienced. 🙂

* Find it, Eat it: Cooking Foraged Food Gathered Around New Zealand by Michael Daly

* More Please by Valli Little

* Apron Anxiety by Alyssa Shelasky

* Cooking for Geeks: Real Science, Great Hacks, and Good Food by Jeff Potter

* Treats from Little and Friday by Kim Evans

* Sweet Paris by Michael Paul

* Cakes for Romantic Occations by May Clee-Cadman

* Purple Citrus & Sweet Perfume by Silvena Rowe

* Macaroons & Biscuits by Pamela Clark

* Middle Eastern Cookery by Arto der Haroutunian

* Tea: Recipes for Health, Wellbeing and Taste by Margaret Roberts

* Preserves: A Beginner’s Guide to Making Jams & Jellies, Chutneys & Pickles, Sauces & Ketchups, Syrups & Alcoholic Sips by Jill Nice

* High Tea at the Victoria Room by Jill Jones-Evans

* The Good Life by Adrian Richardson

* Rose Petal Jam: Recipes & Stories from A Summer in Poland by Beata Zatorska





A Craft Affair

12 07 2010

Ok, I so let the side down by not going to this (sorry Lucy!) but in my defense I was sick, snotty & generally not pleasant to be around.

So, instead of writing my own review, I have to defer to someone who was actually there and a much better writer than I… Maddie of lil’ magoolie.

If you want to know more about what A Craft Affair is, how to join in, browse the wares etc, head on over to the official website A Craft Affair or Facebook page.