The Secret Language of Dogs
By Victoria Stilwell
Recent studies into the minds of canines show that they have a rich social intelligence and a physical and vocal language as complex and subtle as our own. The Secret Language of Dogs is a guide to understanding your dog, communicating effectively, strengthening your bond, and helping them to learn in the most effective way possible so they feel confident navigating the human world with success. Along the way, you'll learn the answers to questions such as:-What do different tail wags mean?-What does being right-pawed say about my dog's personality?-How can I tell the difference between boredom barking and warning barking?-What does it mean when my dog spins around, arches his back, or gives me the whale eye?-Do dogs feel guilt?-How do dogs perceive human faces?-Why do some scientists think dogs' emotional experience is even greater than ours?Filled with adorable full-colour photographs and instructive illustrations, this insightful 'dog decoder' will soon make you dog's best friend.
A Soup a Day
The key to a healthy diet is variety, and given that such a mixture of ingredients can be added to soups, it is easy to include a wide range of essential vitamins, minerals, protein, complex carbohydrates and healthy fats, which are all vital for energy, growth, repair and key metabolic processes.Featuring 365 recipes, A Soup a Day is packed with delicious soups for each day of the year, including Chillied Gazpacho, Chestnut Soup with Truffle Oil and Mediterranean Garlic Soup. Be it a hot summer's day or a wintry afternoon, you will discover a soup to fit any occasion.
Simply Sugar Free
By Susanna Booth
In Britain, the average person consumes 700 grams - or 140 teaspoons - of sugar each week. Eating too much sugar can be as harmful to your health as drinking alcohol or smoking, as it can lead to an increased risk of diabetes, heart disease, weight gain and tooth decay, amongst other health problems.With more than 100 recipes, Simply Sugar Free offers sweet and simple dishes using healthier alternatives to refined sugar. Instead of loading your food with refined white sugar, why not use stevia, fruit or honey to sweeten up your dishes?Featuring tips and tricks to help you wipe out the white stuff, the recipes range from everyday snacks and treats to more indulgent dishes for entertaining guests, and you can even satisfy your sweet tooth with a dessert that isn't overloaded with sugar! From Roquefort & pear muffins, Strawberry scones and Banana bread to Chocolate chip ice cream, Pineapple meringue pie and Red velvet cake, each recipe uses a sweet alternative to refined sugar - without compromising on taste.
Simplissime Light The Easiest Cookbook in the World
By Jean-François Mallet
The 200 recipes in this book are simple, clear and precise, use no more than five ingredients and can be whipped up in a flash. More importantly, they will be kind to your body. From gluten-free and dairy-free dishes to low-calorie options, there is a recipe here for every dietary need. The unique visual approach makes it incredibly simple to follow the instructions. Create mouth-watering Salmon Parcels with Vegetables, indulge in Quiche with Peas, Goats' Cheese and Spinach or impress your friends with Gratin of Nectarines with Pine Nuts. With nutritional information, clear photography and easy-to-follow steps, each of these recipes proves that healthy cooking has never been so easy.
Simply Gluten Free
By Susanna Booth
About 1 in 100 people have coeliac disease, a lifelong autoimmune condition caused by intolerance to gluten that requires avoiding wheat, barley, rye and oats, but in this age of "clean living" and health-conscious eating many more choose to avoid gluten as part of a healthy lifestyle. Simply Gluten Free contains over 100 delicious gluten-free recipes for family and friends, and includes cheats, swaps and dietary advice that will make going gluten-free easy and appealing. Recipes include Honey Roast Granola; Cinnamon Spiral Buns; Coconut & Lime Chicken Curry; Pizza Margherita; Swedish Meatballs; Ham Croquetas; Cherry Clafoutis; Hot Chocolate Pudding; and Gluten-free Ice Cream Cones.
By Denise Smart
Spiralize, mash and rice your fruit and vegetables for a lighter alternative to pasta, bread, rice and more. Replace egg noodles with spiralized sweet potato, make a pizza with a courgette base, or snack on beetroot crisps instead of potato ones! With recipes for breakfasts, salads, light bites, mains, preserves, baking and desserts, Spiralize Everyday is the ultimate companion for all your spiralizing needs. It features 80 simple, tasty, low-carb recipes, including:Apple and blueberry buckwheat pancakesMoroccan beetroot tabbouleh with pomegranate and chickenMiso baked cod with daikon noodles and greensKimchiEasy pear, apple and ginger jamApple, cheese and walnut breadBeetroot and chocolate browniesSimple and fun, these recipes allow you to enjoy all your favourite treats in a new, healthier guise.
By Alice Chadwick, Rosie Goodwin
Set off on an exploration of London with this beautiful colouring book from London illustrators Alice Chadwick and Rosie Goodwin. Take a trip down the Thames, enjoy a ride on the London Eye, hang out in hipster Hoxton and perhaps pick up some flowers in Columbia Road on the way. Choose your colours and lose yourself in city life. Pick up insider information and historical facts as you wander the city's streets, and don't forget to check the map if you get lost! As you focus on colouring in and start to forget the stresses of everyday life, you'll find calm returning.
By Jean-François Mallet
Learn to cook classic French cuisine the easy way with this French bestseller from professionally trained chef Jean-François Mallet. Taking cooking back to basics, Simplissime is bursting with easy-to-follow and quick recipes for delicious French food. Discover how to make a mouth-watering Apple Tart with Cinnamon with just five ingredients, or Spaghetti with Asparagus and Orange in just three steps. For an impressive dish, whip up mouth-watering Mussels in Curry in a short 15 minutes. Each of the 160 recipes in this book is made up of only 2-6 ingredients, and can be made in a short amount of time. Recipe steps are precise and simple, accompanied by clear photographs of each ingredient and finished dish. Cooking has never been so easy! It's no surprise that this book has been selling a copy every ten seconds in France.
Slow Cooker: 500 Recipes
By Sara Lewis
Discover just how versatile a slow cooker can be with the new Slow Cooker: 500 Recipes. With 500 recipes to choose from, this tome of slow cooker recipes will fail to disappoint. Featuring sixteen chapters and packed with delicious recipes, you will find a dish to suit any occassion. All you have to do is leave your ingredients to cook throughout the day or overnight, and there will always be a hot meal waiting for you at the end of a busy day.
Secret New York
By Zoé de Las Cases
Enjoy walking along the vast avenues, breathing in the unique atmosphere of Brooklyn and admiring the Statue of Liberty. Discover this city in perpetual motion, its energy and elegance. Get rid of your stress and decorate the city of dreams in a thousand colours. You will discover your inner artist and, after a few pencil strokes, forget your everyday worries.
By Denise Smart
The must-have gadget for 2015, in minutes the spiralizer creates spaghetti, ribbons and spirals from your favourite vegetables. From courgetti (courgette spaghetti) to cunoodles (cucumber noodles), it is now easier than ever to create healthy twists to your favourite meals. Perfect for the health-conscious, these vegetables can become the star of your dish, replacing heavier ingredients such as pasta and rice, so that you can enjoy your meal while eating fewer calories and cutting back on refined carbohydrates.With recipes ranging from Thai beef salad and Crispy spiralized potato fries to Courgette and lemon drizzle cake and Apple tarte tatin, The Complete Spiralizer Cookbook will open your eyes to the true versatility of the spiralizer.
Super Foods for Pregnancy
By Susannah Marriott
Certain foods pack a nutritional punch, and can provide the optimal nutrients to nourish an expectant woman - particularly important when pregnancy side effects make eating difficult. By feasting on the foods that do her and her baby most good, a pregnant woman can ensure that her baby's brain and other organs, tissues and bones, develop healthily and that she maintains the strength and stamina to carry her baby to term and withstand the rigours of labour and delivery. Some foods also can be used to create safe and supportive products that can be applied to the skin, used to promote sleep and combat nausea and other side effects. Additionally, there is guidance on growing some beneficial vegetables and herbs in a small garden or containers, or gathering from the wild.
By Zoé de Las Cases
Capture the beauty of colourful kimonos, the intricate designs of fans, the peace of an ancient temple and enjoy the uniquely elegant Japanese way of life in the course of these pages. As you focus on colouring in and forget the stresses of everyday life, you'll find calm returning.
By Zoé de Las Cases
Wander through picturesque streets, visit quirky shops and cafes, and enjoy a uniquely French way of life in the course of these pages. As you focus on colouring in and forget the stresses of everyday life, you'll find calm returning.
The Sunday Telegraph: All New Cryptic Crosswords 1
This new collection of tricky and testing cryptic crosswords from the archives of your favourite quality newspaper will provide hours of entertainment. Whether to while away time on a commute, provide a challenge on a lunch break or just for relaxing at home, The Sunday Telegraph: Cryptic Crosswords 1 is the perfect distraction and stimulation for puzzle fans.
By Jenni Muir
She's produced a wonderful set of recipes, bringing imagination and sparkle to the basic ingredients . . . a wonderful book - The GuardianThe recipes are unbelievably romantic - The TelegraphExcellent - Time OutEating more of the right kinds of grains is an easy way to better health. Whole grains are packed with nutrients including protein, antioxidants, B-vitamins, fibre and trace minerals. A diet rich in these grains reduces the risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes, obesity and some forms of cancer.Grains are also one of the most tasty, versatile and nutritious food sources available - a delight to eat, easy to cook and very economical. Supergrains explores grains from all over the world, provides an in-depth look at their culinary uses and nutritional benefits and features over 150 recipes so that you can easily incorporate more of these superfoods into your diet - from breakfast through to dinner and warming bedtime drinks.
The Sex Diaries
By Bettina Arndt
From the time I started working as a sex therapist back in the early 1970s, people have been talking to me about their sex lives. What I hear about most is the business of negotiating the sex supply. How do couples deal with the strain of the man wishing and hoping while all she longs for is the bliss of uninterrupted sleep?' In "The Sex Diaries" leading sex therapist Bettina Arndt uncovers the night-time drama being played out in bedrooms everywhere - the creeping hand and feigning of sleep, the staying up late in the hope that he will doze off. It is one of the great inconvenient truths of relationships that after the first blissful years together, most men want more sex than their female partners. Bettina Arndt recruited 98 couples to keep diaries, revealing their intimate negotiations over sex. Who feels like having sex? Who doesn't? And how do couples cope if one person wants it more than the other? She draws on her 35 years as a sex therapist and psychologist to provide an insightful analysis, and with her characteristic humour proposes a new approach to how couples can enjoy regular sex - and sustain loving relationships.
No food is as timeless or verstile as soup: the choice of ingredients is vast, the variations limitless. From it's humble French beginnings, soup has evolved into a dish for all occasions and in Soups you will find over 200 simple-to-follow recipes for creating quick, healthy and delicious soups, ranging from refreshing summer starters and warming first courses to hearty one-dish suppers. Choose from classics such as Cream of Chicken Soup, Bouillabaisse, Gazpacho and Borscht or try some more adventurous recipes such as Mussel Soup with Saffron, Spiced Chickpea and Lamb, and Eight Treasure Soup.No matter what your tastes, mood or culinary skills may be, this book really does has something for everyone.
The Student Survival Pack
Everyone knows that most students have a somewhat limited diet, normally choosing to live off takeaways and beer. However, if they had the right recipes at their disposal this might not be the case. That's where The Student Survival Pack comes in. Combining Hamlyn's bestselling Student Cookbook and the indispensible Student Pasta Cookbook, this set provides over 400 simple, quality recipes for all tastes and occasions, whether you're looking for cheap eats for one or meals to entertain mates. In the Student Cookbook you'll find a fantastic combination of foods, covering everything from quick breakfasts to TV dinners, as well as cocktails and the inevitable hangover cures. The Student Pasta Cookbook complements this perfectly by giving you all the recipes you need to turn a student's favourite food into a culinary masterpiece, from simple classics to more special sauces.Every recipe is consistently-formatted, with clear instructions so that even the most inexperienced of cooks can attempt them with confidence. If you only buy one book this term, make it The Student Survival Pack!
Slow cookers are the perfect solution to today's busy lifestyle - simply add the ingredients, set the heat, walk out the door and return to a delicious meal. This book tells you everything you need to know about slow cooking, including how to choose, maintain and use your slow cooker to make simple and stress-free food that will amaze your friends and family. As well as classic dishes such as Braised Oxtail, Cassoulet and Pot Roasted Chicken, 'Slow Cooker' includes modern recipes like Split Pea Sofrito, Stuffed Monkfish and Baked Vanilla Cheesecake. With everything from soups and starters to cakes and chutneys catered for, you can forget fast food and savour the succulence of slow cooking!