Cookbook road test

Cookbook road test

Konditor & Cook: Deservedly Legendary Baking

 Susan Low road tests the bakery chain's new cookbook

Chocolate

Chocolate

Top 5 chocolate cookbooks

We've selected our Top 5 favourite chocolate cookbooks so you can indulge your chocolate fetish even further. Have fun.

  1. Online chocolate shops

Best books of 2011

Best books of 2011

Best books of 2011

Here we round up the best cookery books of 2011; ideal for a book lover on your gift list.

New releases

New releases

New spring releases

Here's our collection of a few great new releases bursting with recipes and inspiration. 

Budget

Budget

Credit crunch cookbooks

Hard times have brought a flood of books promising to help us eat more cheaply. But do they deliver? We ask three families to road-test three of the most popular credit-crunch cookbooks.

delicious. loves

delicious. loves

Pie by Angela Boggiano

Call us biased but we're salivating over the paperback publication of our food editor's homage to pies. The come-hither pastry cover is enough to make us weak at the knees, and then there's the content...

  1. Pie recipes

Back to your Roots

Back to your Roots

Food for Friends by Levi Roots

Made famous by his sauces on BBC’s Dragons’ Den, Levi Roots is the king of Caribbean cooking. His latest book shows brings sunshine and spice to entertaining.

Long live Leon

Long live Leon

Leon Ingredients & Recipes Cookbook by Allegra McEvedy

Every high street should have a Leon; fast food restaurants that offer healthy, seasonal, affordable dishes. And now there's a cookbook – hooray!

  1. Q&As with Allegra McEvedy

From a culinary dynasty

From a culinary dynasty

A life in the kitchen by Michel Roux Jr

We’ve teamed up with Waterstone’s to select our favourite new cookbook of the month. Here, delicious. magazine's deputy editor, Helen Renshaw, reviews Michel Roux Jr's latest tome.

Eastern promise

Eastern promise

Rick Stein’s Far Eastern Odyssey

There’s more to Mr Stein than fish and Cornwall, as his new book – a culinary quest through Southeast Asia – reveals.

  1. Taste of Thailand

Mediterranean magic

Mediterranean magic

Ottolenghi – The Cookbook, by Yotam Ottolenghi & Sami Tamimi

A book that captures the vast array of Mediterranean dishes infused with Middle-Eastern herbs and spices.

Dinner party savvy

Dinner party savvy

In the Mood for Entertaining by Jo Pratt

Jo Pratt has worked with everyone from Jamie to Gordon to Gary Rhodes. Her last book made a splash, and we’ve got together with Waterstone’s to showcase her new one.

  1. Dinner parties

Jamie

Jamie

Jamie Does…by Jamie Oliver

Jamie Oliver is off on his travels again and brings tales from countries closer to home in his latest offering, available now from Waterstone’s.

Seasoned traveller

Seasoned traveller

Coast to Coast by Rick Stein

Coast to Coast is an excellent collection far broader in range than many cook books published this year and the timing couldn’t be better...

  1. Q&As with Rick Stein

French fancy

French fancy

Ripailles by Stéphane Reynaud

Loosely translated, ripailles means feasts; and no better word could describe this sumptuous tome.

Make the right food choice

Make the right food choice

The Rough Guide to Food

A broading-ranging book from the trusted Rough Guide brand that provides informed answers to food-related questions, from the pros and cons of provenance to the future of food.

Rachel

Rachel

Home Cooking by Rachel Allen

Rachel Allen's latest book, Home Cooking, is a how-to guide to becoming the sort of ideal mum that she embodies: practical, resourceful, dependable, but also a dab hand with a whisk.

Gastronomical

Gastronomical

Great British Pub Food by Gordon Ramsay and Mark Sargeant

Picked in association with Waterstone’s, this cookbook comes from the UK’s most successful chef who brings Michelin-star glamour to pub grub.

Hairy nice

Hairy nice

The Hairy Bikers' Family Cookbook

Food-loving telly fans will be aware of the existence of those great grizzlies of grub. This book, Mums Know Best: The Hairy Bikers' Family Cookbook, accompanies the TV series of the same name.

Marcus

Marcus

Nutmeg & Custard by Marcus Wareing

Marcus Wareing has repeatedly been cited as the most talented chef in the country, but Nutmeg & Custard is a surprisingly homely read. His aim in the book, as in his restaurant, is to create interesting, surprising flavour combinations, but you don’t need a team of sous chefs to make these dishes.

A taste of the USA

A taste of the USA

Jamie’s America

Britain’s favourite celebrity chef travels across the pond to find out what fuels the USA’s legendary appetite. The resulting new book, which has just arrived in Waterstone’s, contains some real, down-home American classics.

  1. Our very favourite American recipes

Veggie Victorious!

Veggie Victorious!

The Modern Vegetarian by Maria Elia

We’ve teamed up with Waterstone’s, and this month our favourite book is a collection of show-off vegetarian dishes that will leave even carnivores begging for more.

Family food

Family food

Feed Me Now! by Bill Granger

We take a look at the latest collection of laid-back, family-friendly recipes from everyone’s favourite Aussie chef, in association with Waterstone’s.

  1. Bill Granger interview
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