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5 Best cook books of 2017

Summer has arrived, and with it, a tight list of new books to add to your collection, from vegetarian’s best, and warm flavours you need to know about, don’t sleep on some of these book, trust me when I say, some of these are kitchen must haves.

Toss Your Own Salad: The Meatless Cookbook with Burgers, Bolognese and Balls by Eddie McNamara. Brooklyn-born McNamara is a former police officer who went on to become a chef, working at popular NYC vegetarian restaurant Dirt Candy and testing recipes for publications including InStyle. With a no-nonsense approach, he shares “healthy-ish” meatless recipes that are guaranteed to please, including Life-Changing Butternut Mac and Cheese, and a lentil and rice veggie burger that doesn’t, as he puts it, taste like “sawdust and cardboard.

Jamie Oliver’s: Quick & easy 5-ingredients food

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It’s all about making the journey to good food, super-simple. Every recipe uses just five  ingredients, ensuring you can get a plate of food together fast, whether it’s finished and on the table super-quickly, or after minimal hands-on prep, you’ve let the oven do the hard work for you. We’re talking quality over quantity, a little diligence on the cooking front, and in return massive flavour, This book is definitely great for busy households.

Nadiya’s British food adventures:

Nadiya Hussain was crowned the nation’s winner of  2015’s Great British Bake Off. known for her cookery talent and adventurous flavour choices, she sets off on a journey around the country to meet some of the best growers, producers and pioneers behind the best of modern British food.


Nadiya's British Food Adventure

Thug KitchenEat like you give a f*ck: Thug Kitchen started their wildly popular website to inspire people to eat some Goddamn vegetables and adopt a healthier lifestyle. Thug Kitchen wants to show everyone how to take charge of their plates and cook up some real f*cking food. This book is an invitation to everyone who wants to do better to elevate their kitchen game. No more ketchup and pizza counting as vegetables.Image result for thug kitchen

SIMPLE: effortless food, big flavours by Diana Henry

Here is a superb collection of recipes that you can rustle up with absolutely no fuss, but which will knock your socks off with their flavour.Image result for SIMPLE  by Diana Henry

Let us know what you think about the books we have chosen, or if there’s any book you think should be added to the list.



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