Wednesday, July 4, 2012

A masterchef load of cook books

The latest cook books are sure to help you on your own masterchef journey...even if you don't leave your kitchen or just look at the beautiful pictures!

Bistro by David Bransgrove
A great introduction to French cooking for beginners, this book has all the classics from souffles to escargots. Great photos of the dishes are posed next to lovely old photos of bistros around France.

Winter on the farm by Matthew Evans
Matthew has been a food critic and chef but gave it away to live in Tasmania and grow his own produce.  This book is perfect for now but you will want to cook some of these recipes all year round.

Movida Cocina by Frank Camorra and Richard Cornish
Another delectable book by the Kings of Spanish cooking.  Learn how to make your own tapas like pork crackling or fancy potato croquettes.

Mourad : new Moroccan by Mourad Lahlou
Spice it up with this Moroccan genius.  Teaches you how to cook Moroccan but celebrates the basics of their cooking; spices, couscous, harissa, charmoula, the tagine. 

Maha : Middle Eastern home cooking by Shane Delia
Don't you wish cookbooks were scratch and sniff sometimes?  Maltese chef introduces you to his style of cooking and you will want to eat the pages! 

Recipes from my mother's kitchen by Guy Grossi
Italian men love their mamas...and their mama's cooking.  This book is a beautiful celebration of Grossi's mum and her love of simple, tasty home cooking.

Monday morning cooking club : the food, the stories, the sisterhood by Merelyn Frank Chalmers
A group of Sydney Jewish women started the Monday Morning Cooking Club to share food and recipes.   They wanted to find special recipes among their community to treasure and pass on. This is their collection of favourites.

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