New French Table
By Emily Roux, Giselle Roux
'From traditional family feasts to delightful simple snacks, this is a book to make mealtimes special' - Michel Roux JrSimple family food forms the heart of French gastronomy. In New French Table, mother-and-daughter team Emily and Giselle Roux share a completely fresh take on classic and contemporary recipes, creating a modern bible for today's lifestyle. Drawing upon their experience working in Roux restaurants and fond memories of cooking together, they prove that French food is not only easy and approachable, but light, fresh and bursting with flavour. From the provincial home cooking of the Ardeche to the sweet treats of Brittany, this unique collection of recipes shows how the French kitchen has evolved to suit a modern lifestyle - with delicious recipes for every day; family dinners; lighter soups and salads; new trends; international influences; and big feasts to feed a crowd.
The Nordic Kitchen
By Claus Meyer
Discover fresh, Nordic family cooking with this book from Noma co-founder Claus Meyer. With its focus on good, seasonal ingredients and lightness of touch, Nordic cuisine is perfect family food. In this book, Claus Meyer brings the ethos that built Noma into the world's best restaurant into the home with easy-going, accessible dishes that will fit seamlessly into family life. The book is divided into four seasonal chapters so that you can get the most from the food and flavours in season. There are also features on food from the wild, including chanterelles, dandelions and blackberries.With recipes including Creamy Root Vegetable Soup with Crispy Bacon, Braised Pork Cheeks with Beer and Plum Vinegar, Pan-fried Mullet with Cucumber and Peas in Dill Butter and Rhubarb Cake you can bring the delicious flavours of the Nordic countries into your own kitchen.
By Amber Locke
Create big, beautiful and vibrant salads with a variety of fresh ingredients and epically delicious dressings. These salads are not only show-stoppingly gorgeous to look at but also are super-nutritious and delicious to eat. With features on ingredients, tools, cutting techniques, toppings and dressings, plus over 100 recipes, you'll be left feeling fully delighted and satisfied yet light, bright and energized too!
The New Tech Garden
By Paul Cooper
A celebration of gardens in which man-made materials such as plastic perspex, steel, glass and textiles have been used by a new generation of garden designers to create gardens more in keeping with contemporary design and lifestyles. Award-winning and controversial garden designer Paul Cooper has chosen the best examples of New Tech gardens from all over the world including kinetic gardens, portable gardens, multi-experience gardens for use in both day- and night-time, instant-assembly gardens, and radical gardens that overthrow convention.
New Public Spaces
By Sarah Gaventa
Today, architecture is not always only about buildings but also about the spaces between them. This is the first book to showcase the best and most diverse examples of public space from all over the world. Architectural authority, Sarah Gaventa, considers new public spaces all over the world within themed chapters (see overleaf). Each chapter is finished with either an essay by, or interview with, a high-profile contributor. After each chapter introduction follow case studies of permanent, temporary, large-scale, and tiny interventions (a small percentage will be unbuilt). Each case study is illustrated extensively with a ground plan to provide a thorough understanding of the site. This book proves that public space no longer refers to just public squares and parks, it now includes: dead space around housing estates, roundabouts, car parks, and reclaimed dockyards and waterfronts. It is an important part of contemporary architecture and a competitive area as cities try to out-do each other to attract investment and tourists.
The New Father
By Armin Brott
The essential, month-by-month handbook on all aspects of fatherhood during the first year, complete with sound advice, valuable information, and tips from top researchers in the parenting field. An indispensible, month-by-month guide to the often bewildering world of fatherhood during the first year, this book combines sensitivity, wisdom, and an easy-going humour to provide fathers with all they need to know about their baby and themselves in a clear and concise way. The author's and other fathers' personal experiences, as well as sound advice and information from top researchers in the parenting field, are incorporated to address the many complex needs and concerns of fathers, while delightful illustrations highlight the joys and challenges unique to parenting.The New Father: A Dad's Guide to the First Year teaches how to chart a baby's physical, intellectual, verbal, and social development; understand your own emotional and psychological development; deal with changes in your relationship with your partner; juggle work with family, while still becoming an involved father; analyse your baby's temperament; choose the right insurance policy; and introduce your baby to music, reading, and even computers. This book provides a wealth of essential information for every dad, and it's sure to give every mum some fresh insights, too.
The New Exotic Garden
By Will Giles
A celebration of the exotic-style garden, where vibrant colour, dramatic architectural shapes and lush tropical leaves fill every available space. Experienced sub-tropical-plant grower Will Giles proves how easy it is to grow lush and hot-coloured plants in temperate as well as hot climate gardens and that many "tender" plants can easily survive cold winters. In addition to chapters on the different types of exotic plants - from cool and lush to brightly coloured to drier Mediterranean-style gardens - there is also a practical guide to planting and maintaining exotics, as well as a directory of key plants, organized by climate.