This isn't just a cookbook; it's a kitchen helper. All the basics that so many cookbooks leave out: photographs of equipment and staple ingredients; detailed explanations for preparing chicken, meat and seafood; kitchen maintenance know-how; a glossary of food terms...and much more. With more than 300 recipes for quick and easy meals that will make cooking for one or cooking for a crowd a simple, stress-free affair. This everyday cookbook will be dipped into again and again. $20
A collection of 90 classic recipes from an assortment of New Zealand cookbooks published between 1883 and 1940. Each recipe is presented in its original form, followed by a modern version which is easily accessible to today's cooks. Weights and measures are converted to metric, and instructions, which are often sketchy in old cookbooks, have been expanded and clarified. $20
At last, a no nonsense approach to creating great food. From simple scrambled eggs to perfect garlic prawns, cooking -a commonsense guide is packed with inspirational recipes to satisfy the first-time cook or culinary expert.
With recipes that cover everything from couscous to crayfish, you will find mouth-watering ideas which cater for everyone. The majority of recipes are quick to prepare and require little effort to assemble - armed with just a few fresh ingredients and this invaluable book, it will soon become obvious that the possibilities of the humble salad are simply endless! $20
A meal isn't complete without vegetables, and sometimes vegetables can be a complete meal. This beautiful book celebrates the range and versatility of New Zealand's seasonal produce, offering a wide range of recipes from entrees and main dishes, as well as delicious side dishes and accompaniments. The book is divided into four seasonal sections, each one dedicated to produce available at that time of year, and with a feature vegetable for each season $20
This is the book to turn to when asked 'what's for dinner?'. Showcasing fuss-free recipes, Donna's trademark modern photography and styling - plus her tips on how to get the best results out of whatever you're making for cooking - this is the book to turn to when asked 'what's for dinner?'. time is on your side with Donna Hay's moreish collection of over 190 inspiring recipes $20
"World Kitchen Italy explores the ways in which geography, climate, culture and tradition have shaped one of the world's most popular cuisines. It takes a look at the behind-the-scenes world of growers, artisans, chefs and home cooks, whose passion for produce helps maintain and reinterpret the regional styles and flavours of Italy's rich and varied food. More than 100 recipes included $20
$20 Celebrating the love of food, family and rugby - a warm, accessible cookbook with recipes from key NZ rugby players present and past. A treasure trove of hearty, tasty recipes that Kiwi men and their families love to eat. Includes lots of photographs of the players relaxing - cooking and chatting - Plus lovely inviting shots of the food, styled and photographed in a friendly accessible way. $20