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  • Tagines & Couscous

    Tender, aromatic and wonderfully diverse, North African food is full of subtle flavours, yet it is easy to create and delicious to eat. This newly updated bestseller includes the core recipes for traditional tagines and couscous, but adds the exotic starters, soups and salads that provide perfect companion dishes. Bring the spice and scent of the souk to your kitchen with this little gem.

    The Tai Chi Bible

    By Dan Docherty
    Authors:
    Dan Docherty
    Dan Docherty presents practical Tai Chi Chuan - the most common Tai Chi techniques - and explains them with reference to the Ming dynasty book The Classic of Boxing and to Chinese myth and legend. Beginners benefit from practising the postures, while advanced practitioners will gain greater insight into their regular practice. From his experience of teaching Chinese concepts to thousands of students throughout the world over a great many years, the author gives down-to-earth advice that will be of use to novice and adept alike.

    Take One Pot

    By Georgina Fuggle, Georgina Fuggle
    Authors:
    Georgina Fuggle, Georgina Fuggle
    The beauty of cooking in one pot is that it involves minimal fuss. All the recipes can be created in just one single vessel - the roasting tin, the casserole, the deep frying pan and the baking dish, so no specialist equipment is required. For when you don't want to spend too much time in the kitchen, you can make a speedy risotto or a quick and hearty Potato, Prosciutto and Rosemary Soup. When you are hankering after a slow-cooked meal, there is Plump Whiting, Butterbean and Red Pepper Stew and Burgundy Beef Shin with Stilton Dumplings. Traditional favourites include Whole Roast Chicken with Roasted Lemons and Cassoulet and recipes using more unusual ingredients like Beef, Prune and Ginger Casserole. There are vegetarian friendly dishes such as Sweet Potato and Coconut Dhal. As well as main meals there are also a variety of side dishes, like Creamy Paprika Dauphinoise and Oozy Ham and Thyme Gratin. The recipes cater to cooks of all levels of expertise and include tips on how to get ahead, recipe variations and serving ideas. Whether you're cooking a family meal or a quick supper, Take One Pot delivers satisfying and comforting food.
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    Take One Veg

    By Georgina Fuggle
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    Georgina Fuggle
    Celebrate vegetables! They are cheap, versatile and packed full of goodness. In Take One Veg, Georgina Fuggle explores the colours, textures and flavours of veggies to create delicious and wholesome dishes. In each recipe, she focuses on one veg - the star of the show - and brings out their best qualities, with ideas for brunches, lunches, week-night suppers and weekend occasions. So make the most of gluts from the garden and cheap deals at your local market, grocer or supermarket, try cooking with a new vegetable, or find an interesting way to use an old favourite - these recipes are inspiring, nourishing and easy to create.
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    Tao Paths To: Love

    Tao Paths To: Long Life

    By Solala Towler
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    Solala Towler

    Tao Paths To : Harmony

    By Solala Towler
    Authors:
    Solala Towler

    Tao Paths To : Good Fortune

    By Solala Towler
    Authors:
    Solala Towler

    Tao Te Ching New Edition

    By Lao Tzu, Lao-Tzu
    Authors:
    Lao Tzu, Lao-Tzu
    The most widely translated work in world literature after the Bible, Tao Te Ching or the Book of the Way is the classic text of Taoism, the ancient Chinese school of thought. Believed to be written by Lao-Tzu, the father of Taoism, Tao Te Ching applies timeless wisdoms on themes as diverse as statesmanship, ecology and love, and aims to give readers a serene and generous spirit. Stephen Mitchell's acclaimed new translation of the book's 81 homilies reveals as never before the gem-like lucidity and the pure poetry of this manual of the art of living from China of fourth century BC.

    Tapas

    By Carlos Horrillo, Patrick Morcas
    Authors:
    Carlos Horrillo, Patrick Morcas
    Carlos Horrillo and Patrick Morcas believe that dishes should marry simple, fresh ingredients in an uncomplicated way. They discuss new recipes, deconstructing them if they have too many steps or components, and then rebuilding them with the main ingredient first, adding only what is essential, stopping when 'the dish feels like it has enough strength of flavour and can stand on its own'. And the recipes aren't all classically Spanish - they often borrow ingredients and combinations from other parts of the Mediterranean to create that perfect flavour. With dishes such as Slow Roast Belly of Pork with Fennel Seeds and Cod Roe Pan-Fried with Garlic, Coriander and Chargrilled Red Peppers, this is tapas that you can recreate simply and quickly at home to share with family and friends.
  • Tapas & Spanish Food

    Explore the rich diversity of one of the Mediterranean's best-loved cuisines. Tapas restaurants have surged in popularity in recent years, but few of us know how to capture the essence of Spain across a range of dishes suffused with spicy, smokey, fresh, delicate and aromatic flavours. This book shows you how to recreate them all, including all the country's traditional favourites as well as more modern dishes. With an illustrated glossary of essential Spanish ingredients such as chorizo, olives and manchego cheese, there's an abundance of ideas for both tapas and big plates full of flavour, so you can enjoy the taste of the Mediterranean at home.
  • Tapas, Antipasto, Mezze

  • The Tarot Bible

    By Sarah Bartlett
    Authors:
    Sarah Bartlett
    "The Tarot Bible" teaches you everything you need to know about tarot, including how to choose the right pack of cards and how to ask questions. It features interpretations for every card of the Major and Minor Arcana, practical advice on how to give readings and how you can use tarot in combination with other divination techniques such as numerology, astrology and crystals. The book also features over 30 tarot layouts that you can use to gain insights into yourself, your relationships and your future.
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    Tart it Up!

    By Eric Lanlard
    Authors:
    Eric Lanlard
    Pies and tarts are the ultimate comfort food. Whether sweet or savoury, elegant or hearty, they are great for relaxed entertaining, family get-togethers and even weekday suppers. In this irresistible book Eric Lanlard, AKA Cake Boy, demonstrates how to make the best pastry and shares his favourite recipes for sweet and savoury tarts and pies. His recipes include classics with a twist plus ideas inspired by his travels, using deliciously imaginative flavour combinations. In the first part of the book, Pastry Basics, Eric shares his professional expertise and provides step-by-step instructions for making every type of pastry - shortcrust (sweet and savoury), puff, almond, chocolate and brioche. There is a wealth of helpful baking hints to ensure a great bake every time.Savoury Tarts & Pies features such classics as a 'Proper' Quiche Lorraine and a Cider and Pork Pie plus attention-grabbing treats including Fig, Lardon and Dolce Latté Tart and Lamb and Moroccan Spice Pie. The chapter ends with a selection of quick bakes using ready-roll pastry (for when time is short) and a delicious collection of accompaniments including salsas, chutneys and vegetable side dishes.Sweet Tarts & Pies will bring some of Eric's trademark glamour to the dessert course - including a Strawberry Tart 'Royal', Exotic Fruit Meringue Crumble Pie and an Apricot, Honey and Pistachio Tart. Sweet pies include an Old-fashioned Apple Pie, Ginger Pear Frangipane Pie and a Classic Blueberry Pie. Once again there is a selection of quick bakes for desserts in a dash and a choice of accompaniments, including flavoured creams, spiced fruits and the perfect Crème Anglais.With foolproof recipes for tarts and pies that look and taste great, this wonderful book is a great way to bring some of Eric's culinary magic into your kitchen every time you bake.

    The Tattoo Dictionary

    By Trent Aitken-Smith, Ashley Tyson
    Authors:
    Trent Aitken-Smith, Ashley Tyson
    Discover the true meanings behind over 200 popular tattoos with this comprehensive book, illustrated with over 100 tattoo designs. From sailors' swallows and Mexican skulls to prisoners' barbed wire and intricate Maori patterns, tattoos have been used as a means of communication by cultures all over the world for thousands of years. Through meticulous research, The Tattoo Dictionary uncovers the fascinating origins of the most popular symbols in tattoo history, revealing their hidden meanings and the long-forgotten stories behind them. This beautifully packaged book is an inspiring look at tattoo culture, and an indispensable guide to choosing your own tattoo.
  • Tattoos

    By Hamlyn
    Authors:
    Hamlyn
    How can you shake off niggling everyday worries? By colouring in these intricate illustrations, you will find your mind clearing and stress disappearing. Simply choose a design from the 50 options in this book, all inspired by tattoo art - including dragons, fish, tigers and abstract shapes. There are no rules: pick any colours you like, make a start, and you'll find calm returning. Just 5 to 10 minutes a day will help you to relax.

    Teach Your Child to Sleep

    By Millpond Sleep Clinic
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    Millpond Sleep Clinic
    The highly-acclaimed Millpond Children's Sleep Clinic has a 97 per cent success rate in resolving children's sleep problems. Discover how to get your baby or child to settle easily and sleep through the night with step-by-step advice that gets right to the heart of the problem. From your child needing a feed in the night to night-waking, this book covers a range of situations, using gentle and persuasive methods. Adapt the programme to your circumstances and see good results in 2-3 weeks.
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  • The Telegraph Big Book of Cryptic Crosswords 3

    Cryptic crosswords from the Telegraph are the most popular around, and this bumper collection will both frustrate and delight in equal measure. Perfect for any spare moment, and completely addictive, these puzzles are certain to test your lateral thinking to the limit.
  • The Telegraph All New Codewords 4

    One of the Daily Telegraph's most successful puzzles, the daily Codewords puzzle has won thousands of fans since its introduction in 2003, because it is unique in testing both vocabulary and numerical skills, as well as being hugely addictive! Each grid contains numbers that correspond to a letter of the alphabet, and with the help of a handful of solutions, the puzzler must crack the code.