Our Favourite Cookbooks for 2015

Cookbooks for 2015Cookbooks: pages upon pages laden with beautifully crafted creations, creations that make us want to dust off our kitchen tools and cook up something just as presentable and (hopefully) just as edible! Don’t worry if you are a novice learner because an expert chef will tell you the key is to keep experimenting until you have the recipe just right. And there is no better way to learn than with a bit of expert advice. Any fan of cookery will love this list of our most anticipated cookbooks of 2015.

Better On Toast

This is a fun and easy cookbook to follow. Filled with a smorgasbord of delicious toppings to try on toast, from Edamame Basil Toast to Grilled Radicchio and Apple Buttermilk Toast, and everything in between. You’ll find yourself wondering why those breakfasts and brunch times don’t appear sooner!

Out March 2015

The Lemon Cookbook

Personally we think Lemons are the ingredient of 2015. Not only are they rich in Vitamin C, but they add a hint of freshness to any dish, sweet or savoury.  The Lemon Cookbook features recipes like the Meyer Lemon Risotto with Dungeness Crab Tarragon, and Créme Fraîche, and the Lemon Buttermilk Panna Cotta with Lemon Verbena and Blackberries. We think that’s enough to tempt anyone.

Out April 2015

The Bergdorf Goodman Cookbook

The BG Cookbook features an uber stylish collection of 100 recipes, including favourite dishes of artists and designers within fashion like, Bobbi Brown, Diane Von Fustenberg and Zac Posen, to name a few. The book is decorated with charming illustrations from Konstantin Kakanias.  One for fashionistas and foodies alike, we think.

Out March 2015

Milk Bar Life

Pretzel Milk Innovator and owner of Momofuku Milk Bar in New York, Christina Tosi, is the visionary behind Milk Bar Life. If you haven’t heard of her legendary crack pie® and compost cookies® then you have a treat ahead of you. This is all about comfort food and late-night snacks that would rival Nigella’s fridge raids.

Out April 2015

1000 Foods to Eat Before You Die

Restaurant critic, lecturer and journalist, Mimi Sheraton, is the woman about whom famed chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten declared: “Her knowledge knows no bounds, her glossary of flavors is ultimate. Her opinion is like gold.” So, naturally we want to know what food is on top of her list for 2015.

Out January 2015

Mastering Pasta

This cookbook is the vision of chef  Marc Vetri. The book includes 100 of Vetri’s favorite pasta recipes, where the step -by-step process is adaptable for anyone who loves to cook, whether you are a home cook, or a culinary wizard looking to master the art of this well-loved Italian staple.

Out March 2015

Nick Malgieri’s Bread

Only few things, if that, beat the warm aromas of freshly baked bread, so of course this book had to be included in our list. Nick Malgieri’s recipes have been featured in The New York Times, the Food Network, and The Washington Post. In his cookbook, Nick shares his expert knowledge on how to make bread from scratch, and includes a plethora of tips on which ingredients are best for a winner’s bake.

Out January 2015

Taking You Home

If you want to experience authentic Greek food with a flavour twist and a pinch of personality, then these are your gals: Helena and Vikki. Go on a family food tour to re-create recipes like Slow Roasted Pork Belly or a twist on a classic Greek dessert like Sticky Baklava Fingers. The book is personal to the authors as each recipe is accompanied with a story.

Out February 2015

Complete Children’s Cookbook

What do you do in the school holidays when it’s miserable outside? Make a mess in the kitchen too! This is why we love this cookbook; it’s a great way to spend time with the little ones and also get them interested in baking and eating fresh home-cooked food. With over 150 child-friendly recipes from eggy bread, to sunflower loaves. We recommend capturing a few snaps of their messy hands to look back on.

Out May 2015

Which cookbooks are you looking forward to? Let us know below.

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