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Jude's Ice Cream & Desserts

By Chow Mezger, Alex Mezger
Authors:
Chow Mezger, Alex Mezger
Indulge in a collection of innovative, lip-smackingly brilliant recipes celebrating ice-cream and the desserts that accompany it. This beautiful cookbook starts with a chapter on how to make classic and more unusual ice-cream flavours as well as sorbets and vegan options (from Strawberry and Buttermilk, No-churn Flat White Coffee to Vegan Coconut Ice Cream). Then ice-cream desserts and celebration recipes take centre stage, bringing fun to the kitchen (from Stacked Ice Cream Cheesecake with figs and cinnamon to Lemon Meringue Ice Cream Pie). Decadent desserts that are the perfect companion to ice cream, like Collapsed Espresso Cake, add a baking element, whilst sundaes, shakes and cocktails give inspiration for all-hours entertaining. Toppings, of course, are showcased, with sauces, chunky honeycomb, homemade waffle cones, marshmallows and salted pecan brittle on offer so you can decorate and create your own desserts. This joyful selection is an homage to one of our favourite foods and, in the hands of the award-winning British brand Jude's, you know these recipes will be exciting and packed with flavour.
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You're Not Broke You're Pre-Rich

By Emilie Bellet
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Emilie Bellet
"This book is a wise investment"Financial Times "A marvellous money manifesto" Helena Morrissey DBE, financier & founder of 30% clubNever go out the week before payday?Have less than £1,000 saved?Does this sound all too familiar?If so, it's time to take back control of your bank balance.One out of three millennials today will never be able to buy their own house. Does it have to be like this? You're Not Broke You're Pre-Rich will tell you that it really doesn't; you can have your avocado on toast and stop renting and start saving too. This essential handbook will help debunk the financial jargon and break the money taboo. Packed with actionable tips and no-nonsense practical advice, You're Not Broke You're Pre-Rich will teach you how to make your savings work for you, how you could invest your money, why you need to understand your pension and why your financial health is just as important as your mental and physical health.This indispensable manual will be your comprehensive guide to financial freedom, giving you the confidence and conviction to regain control of your bank balance and live a happier, richer life.
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Thinking on My Feet

By Kate Humble
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Kate Humble
** SHORTLISTED FOR THE EDWARD STANFORD TRAVEL WRITING AWARD - TRAVEL MEMOIR OF THE YEAR **'A beautiful and magnificent book. A paean to a simple act. I defy you to read this book and not be inspired to walk, march or hike - and as a result live a better life more connected with nature and the world around you.' - Simon Reeve'A lovely book, fast-flowing yet at every turn giving the reader pause for thought. Kate Humble makes a delightful companion, her words full of sunshine and the raw pleasure she radiates as she encounters life in its many unexpected forms.' - Benedict Allen'A lovely, civilised and transporting read, that should have all of us stepping out to meet the world with fresh eyes.' - Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall'An enticing read that makes every walk Humble describes an adventure' - Ranulph Fiennes'I've discovered that going for a daily walk has become as essential to me feeling good for the rest of the day as that first cup of tea. But I would argue that all I am doing is responding to a natural need we all have. Humans have always been migrants, the physiological urge to be nomadic is deep-rooted in all of us and perhaps because of that our brains are stimulated by walking. I solve all sorts of problems, formulate ideas, work things out to that gentle rhythm of self-propelled movement.' - Kate HumbleThinking on My Feet tells the story of Kate's walking year - shining a light on the benefits of this simple activity. Kate's inspiring narrative not only records her walks (and runs) throughout a single year, but also charts her feelings and impressions throughout - capturing the perspectives that only a journey on foot allows - and shares the outcomes: a problem solved, a mood lifted, an idea or opportunity borne. As she explores the reasons why we walk, whether for creative energy, challenge and pleasure, or therapeutic benefits, Kate's reflections and insights will encourage, motivate and spur readers into action.Also featured are Kate's walks with others who have discovered the magical, soothing effect of putting one foot in front of the other - the artist who walks to find inspiration for his next painting; the man who takes people battling with addiction to climb mountains; the woman who walked every footpath in Wales (3,700 miles) when she discovered she had cancer.This book will inspire you to change your perspective by applying walking to your daily endeavours. *PRAISE FOR THINKING ON MY FEET * 'A diary of sorts, charting a year of wonderful walks through the sun, wind and rain...each entry builds an image of her life in the great outdoors...it sounds idyllic to say the least.' - Sunday Express, S Magazine 'Humble's book about going for a walk can inspire absolutely anyone to make a change. Because all you have to do is step outside the front door.' - Waitrose Weekend 'These are 365 days of inspiration to get out and, sometimes literally, smell the flowers.' - Wanderlust Magazine 'Witty, enlightening and often startlingly profound' - Country Walking Magazine *PRAISE FOR THINKING ON MY FEET * 'A diary of sorts, charting a year of wonderful walks through the sun, wind and rain...each entry builds an image of her life in the great outdoors...it sounds idyllic to say the least.' - Sunday Express, S Magazine 'Humble's book about going for a walk can inspire absolutely anyone to make a change. Because all you have to do is step outside the front door.' - Waitrose Weekend 'These are 365 days of inspiration to get out and, sometimes literally, smell the flowers.' - Wanderlust Magazine 'Witty, enlightening and often startlingly profound' - Country Walking Magazine
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Save Money Good Diet

By Phil Vickery
Authors:
Phil Vickery
'Phil Vickery is not only a talented chef, but something rarer still, a sensible and sensitive one.' - The Independent We all know we should be eating better, but with endless dietary advice and pricey ingredients,it can be really difficult to find a good diet that works, especially on a budget.But it doesn't have to be so complicated. With Phil Vickery's easy, tasty recipes and great advice, you can eat the foods you enjoy while still getting all the nutrients you need. Spinning out from the hit TV show, Save Money Good Diet features 70 delicious, easy and affordable recipes that include healthier versions of the nation's top dishes, from Spaghetti Bolognese to Chicken Tikka Masala and Fish & Chips. Each recipe even states the cost of making it, so the process of planning and shopping is as painless as possible.By enjoying these nutritious meals you can lower your risk of developing life-threatening conditions, improve your overall health and lose weight. A realistic guide for families, it will improve your diet and boost your health without hitting your wallet.
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  • Tate: Photography Decoded

    By Susan Bright, Hedy Van Erp
    Authors:
    Susan Bright, Hedy Van Erp
    In the two centuries that photography has been practical, it has created a means of communication , the understanding of which is essential to anyone navigating this very visual world.From Daguerre's early images to the real-life sharing of Instagram, photography has never really been "the truth," though nor is it necessarily dishonest. It is ambiguous, complicated and subjective, fleeting and lasting at the same time. This book will introduce the best examples and show you how you can 'read' every image.
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    HOOKED

    By Mark Hix
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    Mark Hix
    Hooked delves into the exciting fishing adventures of celebrated chef, restaurateur and food writer Mark Hix, opening with the story of his first catch, age 8, being cooked for supper by his grandmother - the catalyst for what has become his passion.You will be regaled with tales of extraordinary fishing expeditions at home and afar, from the banks of the Dumfriesshire coast to Tuscany's Porto Ercole, with each trip ending with a feast - be it the catch of the day (if all went to plan), or something found and foraged if the need arises (always have a back-up plan). Hooked features both exotic and humble dishes such as Hot stone salmon, Barracuda & pineapple ceviche, Trout kedgeree and Mahi mahi sashimi.Weaved into the narrative are the infectious, and unexpected, joys of fishing and what it does for you. Hint: it's not necessarily about the fish.Featured locations:EnglandScotlandIrelandItalyNorwayFloridaThe BahamasSouth AfricaJapanAustraliaNew Zealand
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    The Dark Side of the Mind

    By Kerry Daynes
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    Kerry Daynes
    'Enthralling and terrifying in equal amounts. A chilling glimpse into a world unseen by so many and perhaps for very good reasons. Kerry guides us gently, but firmly, through her incredible world of miscreants, monsters and the misunderstood. Both unforgettable and unputdownable.' PROFESSOR DAME SUE BLACK, Britain's leading forensic anthropologist and author of the Sunday Times bestseller All That RemainsFor those of us who play by the rule book, few things are more fascinating and rankling than those who choose to tear it apart. Some of the stories I tell here are heart-breaking, others enraging and some plain weird but what connects them is the insight they give us into the human condition.Kerry Daynes has worked with some of the most complex and challenging criminals in prisons and secure hospitals as well as the victims of crime. A large part of her day job is spent delving into the psyche of convicted men and women to try to understand what lies behind their actions and how to set them on the path to becoming law-abiding citizens. Welcome to the life of a forensic psychologist. No two days are the same. The people you work with are wildly unpredictable, sometimes frightening and often deeply frustrating. Drawing on her case files from the frontline, The Dark Side of the Mind offers readers an unforgettable insight into the psychological causes of some of the most extreme forms of human behaviour, and what the treatment and incarceration of those who transgress says about society.
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    Gregg's Italian Family Cookbook

    By Gregg Wallace, Anna Wallace
    Authors:
    Gregg Wallace, Anna Wallace
    Gregg Wallace has fallen in love with Italian cuisine. Along with his wife Anna, and a little help from her Italian parents, he has created a simple Italian cookbook so we can all enjoy traditional Italian cuisine at home.For Italians, food is not just about recipes, it's a way of life. It's about making time for each other, forgetting work and worries, and enjoying tasty, satisfying meals. Gregg and Anna share the dishes they have explored, laughed and argued about with their family, from vitello tonnato to orecchiette and crespelle to veal chops, bagna cauda and bowls of vongole. Brought to life through stunning photography in the Tuscan countryside and buzzing food markets, you'll discover traditional recipes, cooked the authentic Italian way.'I want to do this book and I want to do it with my new Italian family. Everybody knows this is my favourite cuisine...it is to my mind the greatest cuisine of the world. It's family food, it brings people to the table, it's not difficult to do, everybody can learn to cook this way...I have discovered so much love in this new family of mine and it's centred around the table. I want to share this passion, I want everybody to taste their own slice of it." - Gregg Wallace
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    Everything You Need to Know About Celery Juice

    By Hannah Ebelthite
    Authors:
    Hannah Ebelthite
    Celery juice is the new wonder ingredient on everybody's lips - in Everything You Need to Know About Celery Juice, Hannah Ebelthite investigates the medicinal facts behind this superfood and reveals its magical healing properties.A rising trend on social media Celery Juice is rumoured to alleviate symptoms of chronic illnesses from digestive disorders, fatigue, eczema, diabetes and Lyme disease.Chapters include:· The facts - what's actually in celery, what's the difference between eating the whole vegetable and the juice, what are celery's properties in Ayurveda, herbal medicine and Chinese medicine? · The claims - how do they stack up? · Who is it best for? · What other humble vegetables are particularly high in certain nutrients? · How to get the most from a celery juice cleanse? · The low-down on juicers· Sample plan plus recipes

    Everything Begins with Asking for Help

    By Kevin Braddock
    Authors:
    Kevin Braddock
    An honest guide to depression and anxiety, from rock bottom to recovery, from someone who has been through it and come out the other side. Everything Begins with Asking for Help is a frank, insightful and thought-provoking book on mental health, drawing on the author's own experience of a severe mental breakdown and sharing the recovery tools he has developed in partnership with various medical professionals and mental health experts. Kevin shares his own story to give the book a vital human element, explaining how his fast-paced life in Berlin as a successful magazine journalist was brought to a sudden halt by a major depressive episode. In this dark time, Kevin reached out to friends for help, and it was that act - asking for help - that set him on the long road to recovery. Building on this narrative, Kevin leads the reader through the stages of asking for help, learning to listen, the physical, emotional and mental elements of recovery, and how to maintain stable mental health at home and at work. Written with warmth, honesty and compassion, this is is a valuable resource for anyone who needs help and doesn't know where to begin.
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    Saffron in the Souks

    By John Gregory-Smith
    Authors:
    John Gregory-Smith
    From the vibrant souks of Tripoli and Beirut to the quiet calm of the Chouf Mountains and Qadisha Valley, Lebanon is a land of bold colours, exquisite flavours and hidden beauty. For this gorgeous book, John Gregory-Smith travelled the length and breadth of the country to bring back the very best of Lebanese cuisine. Classic streetfood, delicate pastries and little known Druze recipes are given John's signature twist, creating dishes that are bursting with flavour and sure to become star players in your kitchen. With stunning location photography to bring the country to life, Saffron in the Souks is sure to delight and inspire its readers.
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    Urban Garden Design

    By Kate Gould
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    Kate Gould
    A stunning guide for gardeners keen to transform small and awkward outdoor spaces into beautiful and practical escapes. From courtyards to rooftops, Kate Gould draws on her experience as an award-winning garden designer to provide tailored solutions and inspirational ideas. Covering topics such as how to design and measure the perfect garden, choose and use the best materials and maintain a lush garden all year round, Urban Garden Design includes detailed advice for gardeners undeterred by limited space. This carefully illustrated guide ensures gardeners of all abilities achieve the best results outdoors. Creating a personal and unique space is also at the heart of each project and Kate makes sure to discuss how to tie each design back to the interior of the home.
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    Grow Your Own Botanicals

    By Cinead McTernan
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    Cinead McTernan
    Grow Your Own Botanicals brings together an inspiration collection of plants that add beauty, structure and interest to a garden as well as providing an exciting harvest that can be used in innovative ways in the kitchen and home. If you're buying seed kits and botanical plant gifts or like to experiment with making your own drinks, remedies or skin care, this handbook is the must-have companion gardening guide. Now you can make your hibiscus cordial for cocktails, herb and spice mix for your roasts or calendula face cream with your own garden produce.Cinead offers general advice on getting started - soil, composting, borders, containers, seed saving, cuttings, intercropping, wildlife and biodiversity -before moving on to the botanical garden. From plants that might traditionally be recognised as a botanical, to more unusual exotic varieties, this collection of 80 botanicals don't need huge space to grow, but must harvest meaningful amounts to use to flavour food, drinks and oils. Experiment with herbs like juniper, lemon balm or nigella, grow evening primrose or liquorice with their pretty flowers, and try out fruits like Chillean guava or yuzu. This is gardenening at its most fun and fanciful!
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