Ella's Kitchen: The Cookbook
All the things you love about Ella's Kitchen in a book! 100 easy, tasty and healthy recipes to inspire big and little cooks, ranging from the easiest of snacks and light meals that can be rustled up in minutes to delicious and satisfying dinners. Packed with clever twists and shortcuts to make life as easy as possible for busy parents. For weekends and holidays, when there is a bit more time available, there are leisurely breakfast recipes such as 'Purple' Blueberry Pancakes and more involved cooking projects such as Hooray for the Weekend.Full of fun ideas for getting children involved in preparing, cooking and exploring food. Colour-in features and stickers mean that kids will love the book as much as their parents do.
Eat It Anyway
By Eve Simmons and Laura Dennison
'One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.' - Virginia Woolf.The definition of 'healthy eating' has been chewed up, spat out and re-digested enough times to make Joe Public give up and seek out their nearest branch of McDonald's. Our mindless obsession with eating 'right' is such that we're now more concerned about what our Instagram followers think of a poorly lit picture of our dinner than we are of its effect on our own palate. Or, indeed, our happiness. We seem to be living in a time where we no longer eat with our hearts, emotions or heritage - but with what our waistlines (and followers) in mind.Not Plant Based are on a mission to help you love food again. The principle is very simple: eat what you like and don't worry about it. It's a menu that's especially delicious, 'guilt-free' and requires a hell of a lot less money spent in health food shops. Throughout the book, Laura and Eve call on experts to debunk myths and provide a balanced exploration of our attitude towards food, with some delicious recipes thrown in along the way. They discuss their own experiences of eating disorders and offer personal tips and coping mechanisms to help rid you of anxiety linked to food. No one is saying healthy eating is bad; there is simply a lot of misleading information out there. More to the point, food is so much more in the grand scheme of life than health: it's family, friends, enjoyment and memories. So go on, take a bite out of Eat It Anyway and learn to love your food all over again. It's SO mouth-wateringly good - we bet you'll be back for seconds.**PRAISE FOR EAT IT ANYWAY**'Learn to love food again with this book, which sorts nutritional nonsense from sensible science' - Woman's Weekly
By Yohanis Gebreyesus, Jeff Koehler
Ethiopia stands as a land apart: never colonised, the country celebrates and preserves ancient traditions. The fascinating cuisine is enriched with the different religious influences of Judaism, Christianity and Islam - a combination unique to Africa. The delicious dishes featured are Doro Wat, chicken slowly stewed with berbere spice, Yeassa Alichia, curried fish stew, and Siga Tibs, flashfried beef cubes, as well as a wealth of vegetarian dishes such as Gomen, minced collard greens with ginger and garlic and Azifa, green lentil salad.Chef Yohanis takes the reader on a journey through all the essential dishes of his native country, including the traditional Injera synonymous with an Ethiopia feast, along the way telling wondrous stories of the local communities and customs. Complete with photography of the country's stunning landscapes and vibrant artisans, this book demonstrates why Ethiopian food should be considered as one of the world's greatest, most enchanting cuisines.
En Cyclo Pedia
By Johan Tell
In En Cyclo Pedia Johan Tell - award-winning Swedish writer and cycling obsessive - uncovers the very soul of cycling, exploring and explaining the many and varied stories that form the basis of cycling culture. Beautifully illustrated, with hundreds of entries ranging from Tour de France stages to illegal Alley Cat races, and cult heroes to cycling slang, Tell provides a personal insight into this complex world that only a cycling junkie can. From a pilgrimage to the Bianchi factory in Milan to scouring the streets of New York for the origins of the fixie, via the bicycle cafés of Barcelona and the cobblestones of Flanders, En Cyclo Pedia is a complete A to Z guide to the unique, indescribable character of global bike culture.Entries include:- Alley Cat Race- Bianchi- BMX- Brooks- Cafés- Campagnolo- Carbon Fibre- Drag- Environment- Films- Fixie- Grand Tours- Hand-built- Hipster- Lycra- Mountains- Nutrition- Oudenaarde- Paris-Roubaix- Quicksilver- Rouleur- Scalatore- Shaved Legs- Style- Tattoos- Ultracycling- Velodrome- XC- Zedler...and many more
Ed Sheeran: Memories we made
By Christie Goodwin, John Sheeran
'...a fabulous book' Chris Evans (BBC Radio 2)A stunning collection of rare and unseen photographs and stories charting Ed Sheeran's rise to global superstar, by long-time collaborator Christie Goodwin.Featuring a foreword and additional photo captions by Ed's father, John Sheeran."When I first met Ed Sheeran he was unknown and unsigned - just a young busker trying to make it big. But I could see something special in Ed. I agreed to photograph him for free to help him on his way to the top. That was the beginning of a 10-year collaboration, with the two of us crossing paths as Ed became one of the biggest stars on the planet - a story told here, through my camera. Including images and stories I'm sharing for the first time, with additional captions by Ed's father John, this is an up-close and intimate view of Ed Sheeran."Christie Goodwin
Experimental Cocktail Club
Treat your taste buds to this collection of very special cocktail recipes that take inspiration from classic American and French cocktails - served with the unmistakeable Experimental Cocktail Club flair and style. Recipes include Stockholm Syndrome (Ketel 1 vodka infused with cumin & dill, Linie aquavit, lemon juice, simple syrup, pink Himalayan salt and Peychauds bitters) and Tete de Mule (or 'Kind of Stubborn', a salty cocktail containing Don Fulano Blanco, orange juice, tomato juice, agave syrup and topped with ginger beer) - as well as their take on classic cocktails such as Negroni, Margarita, Moscow Mule and Stawberry Daiquiri.
By Da-Hae West
There's a great buzz around Korean food right now, and it's no surprise given the robust, addictive flavours of the cuisine. With more than 100 recipes, this book offers a great introduction, making Korean cooking easy for any cook. From Korean store-cupboard essentials and classics such as kimchi, japchae (stir-fried Royal noodles), bibimbap (Korean mixed rice) and mandu (dumplings), through to modern Korean recipes including the irresistible Bulgogi Burger, sticky spare ribs and the ultimate Korean Fried Chicken, this book is packed with inventive, delicious recipes that will open your eyes to how great modern Korean food is.
Eat Shop Save
By Dale Pinnock
**THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER**Television tie-in Eat Shop Save contains over 80 recipes to restore sanity to the challenges of family cooking.Focusing on the time-poor in particular, these delicious meals will put a smile on the fussiest of eaters and entice families with chapters such as: Quick After Work Suppers, Favourites with a Facelift and Something Sweet (but good for you).Food is just the beginning. Using smart shopping and meal planning as a basis, you'll find tips to get organised, save money and free up precious time. - Weekly meal planners in each chapter help you save money- Make your own quicker, healthier 'takeaways'- Hide vegetables for fussy eaters- Become a smart shopper- Upcycle leftover ingredients - Give classic dishes a facelift
By Terence Conran, Peter Prescott
London is a city brimful of culinary possibilities, from lively markets to Michelin-starred restaurants. This third edition of Eat London is completely revised and updated, with entries highlighting the very best food stops not to be missed on a tour of London in 14 chapters. This is much more than a restaurant guide - it is a book all about food and the people who make, sell and care about it. From the best fish and chip shops of East London to haute cuisine and artisan food stores in Mayfair, every entry has been assessed for quality, originality, convivial ambience and consistency. Also featured are recipes from some of the capital's favourite restaurants including A. Wong, Balthazar, Morito and The Palomar.Special photography by Lisa Linder illustrates the wonderful food and everyday streetlife of the city.
Even More Star Wars Crochet Pack
By Lucy Collin
Brandish your crochet hook and create even more of your favourite Star Wars characters! This starter kit includes everything you need to make BB-8 and a Jawa, plus tutorials for ten more characters. Your collection can soon include Obi-Wan Kenobi, Lando Calrissian, Rey, Finn, and many other favourites from a galaxy far, far away. The kit includes a crochet hook, all the yarn you need to make the droid BB-8 and an alien Jawa, stuffing, eyes, a crochet hook and a tapestry needle. As well as a book that guides you step-by-step through each of the projects with easy instructions and clear photos so that even crochet novices can learn.
The Element in the Room
By Helen Arney, Steve Mould
'Made me go Hydrogen Argon, Hydrogen Argon, Hydrogen Argon.' Rufus HoundAs featured in Best stocking-filler books of 2017 - The Guardian'Witty and clever writing, every topic is engaging, fun and in some cases laugh-out-loud funny...there are too many highlights to mention' - How it Works Why is it impossible to spin your right foot clockwise while you draw a 6 with your right hand? Can you extract DNA from a strawberry daiquiri? Would you make love like a praying mantis? Should you book a holiday on Earth 2.0? The Element in the Room will take you on a rib-tickling, experiment-fuelled adventure to explain everyday science that is staring you in the face. If you are sci-curious, pi-curious or just the-end-is-nigh-curious then this is the book for you.Steve Mould and Helen Arney are two thirds of science comedy phenomenon Festival of the Spoken Nerd. As a trio they have appeared on QI, created their own experimental* comedy show 'Domestic Science' for Radio 4, toured their stand-up science shows to over 50,000 nerds (and non-nerds) and accumulated millions of views on YouTube.'These nerds are the real deal' - Ben Goldacre, author of BAD SCIENCE 'They make science fun and understandable which is a great combo.' Sandi Toksvig'MIND BLOWN.' Tim Harford'Science was never such hilarious explosive fun.' Richard Herring'This book is 37% better than mine. But it took 100% more nerds to write it.' Matt Parker (the other third of Spoken Nerd)
evo: Aston Martin
A stunning celebration of Aston Martin's iconic cars, from the early models and legendary James Bond cars, to the very latest machines - with incredible photography throughout.The experts at evo magazine look back at Aston Martin's glorious history, with first-hand, behind-the-wheel reports, technical information and performance stats. From the earliest surviving models to the latest machines, the greatest Astons of all time are tried and tested, accompanied by jaw-dropping photography from the world-renowned evo photographers.Special features explore the stories behind the famous James Bond cars, from Goldfinger DB5 to Spectre DB10, as well as the story of Aston on track, from early racing prototypes to Le Mans glory. An in-depth study of a motoring icon, evo: Aston Martin is a roll call of motoring excellence and a must-have for all petrolheads.
By Ed Sheeran Limited (FSO Ed Sheeran), Phillip Butah
With words by Ed Sheeran and illustrations by his childhood friend, artist Phillip Butah (who produced artwork for Sheeran's albums and singles), and accompanying photos, Ed Sheeran: A Visual Journey is an exclusive, fully authorised, first-person account by Ed of how he became an internationally renowned singer-songwriter.In the book, now published for the first time in paperback, Ed explores his early musical experiences and influences as well as his time recording and touring. The book reveals what drives and inspires Ed as he continues to evolve as an artist, while coping with stratospheric success, and is an honest account of what it takes to make it in the music business.Included in this book are Ed's recollections of working tirelessly on the London gig circuit and self-releasing EPs, working hard on finding his sound, signing to Asylum Records and recording his huge hit debut album, '+', performing at the Grammys, touring with Taylor Swift and performing sell-out headline gigs at Madison Square Garden. With Phillip Butah's distinctive portraits of Ed throughout, this is a unique book celebrating a unique musician.
More people now, than ever before, are embracing a plant-based diet in some form. This special collection contains hundreds of our favourite meat-free recipes that show vegetarian food at its best, using simple, everyday ingredients from your local supermarket. So whether you're thinking about reducing your meat intake or have already made the switch, then this book is for you.
By Michael Schuster
An authoritative and inspirational winetasting course, from one of the world's leading wine educators. 'Explains the mechanics of taste and tasting better than any book I've seen.' - Richard Ehrlich, Independent on Sunday Learn how to taste wine, with one of the world's leading wine educators. This book offers a particularly clear and precise means of teaching yourself how to taste and how to get more out of your wine, whatever your level. All the major grape varieties are explored, and their key characteristics in different regions. Ten practical tastings then cover core tasting techniques. Do you want to explore Dry Whites, for example, looking at 'Old World' versus 'New World' Sauvignon Blancs? Or investigate 'terroir' in a range of Bordeaux wines? Additional information on subjects such as Wines and Age and the impact of climate change complete the picture, making this book a powerful tool for understanding and appreciating wine at all levels.
Ella's Kitchen: The Easy Family Cookbook
Ella's Kitchen: The Easy Family Cook Book is packed with more than 100 easy-to-make and delicious family recipes that bring everyone together to share in life's foody adventures. In chapters organized by mealtime, each recipe has been carefully developed to ensure that it's perfectly balanced and lip-smackingly tasty for little ones and grown-ups alike. Find out which meals are best to adapt for weaning babies, know what to cook for a play-date crowd-pleaser (little friends will go mad for Munchy Cheese and Leek Sausages); and see instantly which dinners keep beautifully warm for when mum or dad gets home ("Your Sunshine Carnival Curry is in the oven!"). Building on the huge success of the previous three books in the series, this latest addition to the Ella's Kitchen Cook Book library is an absolute must for busy families with hungry tummies to feed up and down the family tree.
The English Roses
By David Austin
David Austin Roses is one of the world's leading rose nurseries. The English Roses developed there have brought the rose to a new level of beauty and strength; their ability to flower continually throughout the summer and autumn makes them one of the most durable garden flowers.In this revised and updated edition, David Austin describes how he combines the beauty and fragrance of the Old Roses with the repeat-flowering and wide colour range of the Modern Roses. David presents seven groups of classification for his roses and advises how to grow and maintain them.Featuring more than 20 new rose varieties, all with detailed descriptions and updated photography throughout, this third revised edition of The English Roses is an essential reference for all rose lovers and gardeners.
Eat Mexico: Recipes from Mexico City's Streets, Markets and Fondas
By Lesley Tellez
Eat Mexico is a love letter to the intricate cuisine of Mexico City, written by a young journalist who lived and ate there for four years. It showcases food from the city's streets: the football-shaped, bean-stuffed corn tlacoyo, topped with cactus and salsa; the tortas bulging with turkey confit and a peppery herb called papalo; the beer-braised rabbit, slow-cooked until tender. The book ends on a personal note, with a chapter highlighting the creative, Mexican-inspired dishes - such as roasted poblano oatmeal - that Lesley cooks at home in New York with ingredients she discovered in Mexico. Ambitious cooks and armchair travellers alike will enjoy Lesley's Eat Mexico.
The Essential Diabetes Cookbook: Good healthy eating from around the world
By Antony Worrall Thompson, Louise Blaire
A healthy diabetic diet is all about eating a wide variety of foods, increasing the amount of vegetables and fibre, reducing protein and learning to recognise hidden sugars and this book proves just how simple and delicious this can be. A comprehensive introduction, written by the nutritionist Louise Blair, provides all the information you need to plan and shop and cook and Anthony's 200 recipes take inspiration from cuisines around the world to bring you the very best, most flavoursome and most healthy dishes, even when it's a traditional Sunday Roast or a hearty venison stew accompanied by an American-style cheesecake or a delicious fruit crumble. Whether you have diabetes or live with someone who does, this is the book for food lovers who know that healthy food should also mean appetising food.
Eat Drink Shine
By Jill Emich, Jessica Emich, Jennifer Emich, Jill Emich
The 100-plus mouth-watering dishes are organised by the effect that food has on your body: recipes for energy and vitality (Raw Cacao and Avocado Pudding), for a healthy libido (Nourishing Grass-fed Bone Broth), to improve digestion (Beet Hummus with Gluten-free Flat Bread), to maintain desired weight and radiant skin (Squash and Sweet Potato Soup with a Walnut Cilantro Pesto) and to elevate the mood and spirit (Braised Lamb with Arugula Pesto). More than a cookbook, Eat. Drink. Shine. includes nutritionally inspired comfort food, healthy living tips, child-friendly recipes and advice for families living balanced lifestyles.