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Benedict Cumberstitch: Crossstitch Mr Cumberbatch in 15 great patterns

By Angela Wright
Authors:
Angela Wright
You've watched all his films, you've coloured him in, and, let's face it, you've tried out how your signature would look with 'Cumberbatch' at the end of it - now it's time to get stitching! Benedict Cumberstitch is your unofficial guide to creating a series of amazing cross stitch designs featuring the Cumberbatch in all his glory. Beginners can quickly pick up the simple yet addictive art of cross stitch, and seasoned stitchers will be delighted by the range of designs on offer. Whether you want to see him smouldering in a tuxedo, delivering a soliloquy as Hamlet, or photobombing with the best of them, there's sure to be patterns here to satisfy even the most dedicated of Cumberbitches.
  • Bollywood

    How can you free yourself from niggling everyday worries? When your mind is distracted simply pick up this collection of 70 intricate designs inspired by India and the fabulous world of Bollywood and reach for your colouring pencils. There are absolutely no rules - you can choose any combination of colours you like. As you concentrate on the simple action of colouring in, you will find your mind clearing and stress disappearing. The sheets in this pad are all detachable, so you can display your favourite creations.

    The Bikini Promise: Shape up for summer -100 deliciously healthy recipes

    By Vatcharin Bhumichitr
    Authors:
    Vatcharin Bhumichitr
    Sally Bee's philosophy is all about what you should eat rather than what you shouldn't, and she sees weight loss simply as a side effect of a healthy approach to food. The Bikini Promise will feature one-pot wonders for the whole family, quick meals taking 10 minutes from start to finish, wonderful timesaving methods like making 3 meals from 1 base recipe, salads and sides packed with vitamins and minerals, plus how to treat yourself without guilt. Sally will also offer helpful hints and tips on how to keep motivated and change your approach to shopping, cooking and eating with the aim of a lifelong lifestyle change, as well as simple ideas to increase movement and show how simply changing the way you do 10 household tasks can make a vast difference to your weight-loss goal.

    Baby Massage

    By Peter Walker
    Authors:
    Peter Walker
    Being massaged makes babies relax and cope better with stress, improves their muscular coordination and flexibility and helps them straighten tightly flexed hands and legs. And who better to teach parents how to acquire these essential skills than Peter Walker, the world's best-known baby massage teacher. In this fully revised edition of his best-selling guide, he demonstrates vital new sequences essential for very young babies, which can be done while a baby is clothed.
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  • Birds & Butterflies

    By Alice Chadwick
    Authors:
    Alice Chadwick
    Choose your colours, unleash your creativity and lose yourself in a wonderful coloured universe. As you focus on colouring in and forget the stresses of everyday life, you'll find calm returning.

    A Bird in the Hand

    By Diana Henry
    Authors:
    Diana Henry
    Diana Henry named Best Cookery Writer at Fortnum & Mason Food & Drink Awards 2015Winner - James Beard Award: Best Book, Single Subject The Guild of Food Writers named Diana Henry as Cookery Journalist of the Year 2015Chicken is one of the most popular foods we love to cook and eat: comforting, quick, celebratory and casual. Plundering the globe, there is no shortage of brilliant ways to cook it, whether you need a quick supper on the table after work, something for a lazy summer barbecue or a feast to nourish family and friends. From quick Vietnamese lemon grass and chilli chicken thighs and a smoky chicken salad with roast peppers and almonds, through to a complete feast with pomegranate, barley and feta stuffed roast chicken with Georgian aubergines, there is no eating or entertaining occasion that isn't covered in this book. In A Bird in the Hand, Diana Henry o­ffers a host of new, easy and not-so-very-well-known dishes, starring the bird we all love.
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    Bread: Over 60 breads, rolls and cakes plus delicious recipes using them

    By Nick Malgieri
    Authors:
    Nick Malgieri
    Nothing beats the deliciously warm aroma and taste of freshly baked bread, and more and more people are rediscovering this pleasure as they start to bake from scratch at home. All you need is an expert book with fail-safe tips to get you through your first experiments with yeast and 'turning' the dough, and Nick Malgieri's Bread provides you with just that. Working from the essential first building blocks of ingredients, equipment and techniques, and taking you right through to the accomplished heights of slow-rise, two-step, sourdough and pumpernickel (the varieties are endless), steadily equipping you with skills along the way, this is a masterclass from a master baker. With additional recipes that showcase your beautiful bread, like Sicilian Pasta with Breadcrumbs, Calzone, Empanadas and a Total Heaven Chocolate Almond Cake, this is the bread bible to turn to again and again.

    Blogging for Writers

    By Robin Houghton
    Authors:
    Robin Houghton

    Burgers

    Could anything be more enjoyable than eating home-cooked burgers surrounded by family and friends?Take a fresh look at burgers with over 40 irresistible recipes that are easy to make and extremely delicious.There is a burger for everyone: Choose from a great selection of meat, poultry, fish, and vegetarian recipes.Burgers have never been so good, and now you can partner them with the perfect homemade sides, sauces, and salads - the perfect accompaniments to everyone's favourite meal.With brilliant novel takes including the Chorizo Burger, the Chicken Caesar Burger and the Jerk Chicken Burger as well as all the classics, this really is the ultimate burger book.
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  • Baby Purees

    As we are increasingly aware of the perils of ready-made foods, packed with hidden sugar, salt and preservatives, it makes sense that the way to guarantee the best start in life is to make your baby's meals, from real food, from scratch. Having a new baby can be stressful and hectic so the Test Kitchen has created simple, nutritious meals from easily accessible ingredients that will satisfy all your baby's needs. In addition there are ideas that can be made in advance and saved for later occasions meaning you never have to turn to sugar-laden, shop-bought substitutes again.
  • The Baking Collection

  • Best-ever Brownies

    Fudgy, soft and deeply indulgent, brownies have become a modern-day classic for home bakers - they are quick and easy to whip up, can take a huge variety of flavourings and provide the perfect treat for an otherwise sullen packed lunch. With classic triple-chocolate and fudge recipes, nutty additions and salted caramel brownies, as well as new twists on the recipe such as beetroot brownies, this is a collection for the most avid brownie-lover.

    Beg, Steal or Borrow

    By Spencer Honniball
    Authors:
    Spencer Honniball
    Charting the wayward tale of the UK's most notorious group and written with full co-operation of the band this is the ultimate rock and roll story and is destined to become a classic of the genre. From rehab in a Thai monastery to riots at the Astoria, the tabloid exposé of Kate Moss to countless brushes with the law, the book is often funny, sometimes tragic, but always totally compelling. Currently riding high with a critically acclaimed album Sequel to the Prequel under their belt, a successful arena tour of Europe and the UK completed and a host of big festival dates lined up for the summer, Babyshambles are enjoying their most successful year to date.
  • Buonissimo!

    By Gino D'Acampo
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    Gino D'Acampo
    Buonissimo! is Gino's second collection of recipes. Divided into 5 chapters, this book will cover recipes for the family - whatever your family. 'Romantico' offers recipes for two - sexy food, sensual ingredients. 'Salute' is food for sharing - dinner parties as well as party food, appetisers and barbecues. In 'Facile facile' are Gino's versions of takeaway favourites - an Italian hamburger, healthy fish 'n' chips (Gino recently won BBC2's Take on the Takeaway challenge) food that children, and adults, will enjoy. 'Per tutti i giorni' are nutritious weekday meals, while 'Per Me' are recipes specially designed for 1 person, including one-pot meals and comfort food.
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    The Best of Rose Elliot: The Ultimate Vegetarian Collection

    By Rose Elliot
    Authors:
    Rose Elliot
    'Vegetarians often miss out. But Rose Elliot's menu means you won't have to.' - Eat InFeatured in The Guardian's 10 Best 10-minute meals!Rose Elliot is the definitive voice in vegetarian cookery and her recipes have been enjoyed and shared by generation. With her wealth of experience, she brings vegetarian food to life with colour, vibrancy, and flavour, making it simple and accessible for all.In The Best of Rose Elliot you will find recipes selected from two of Rose's best-loved books - Veggie Chic and Vegetarian Supercook. With sumptuous photography throughout, this elegant collection is a delicious showcase of Rose's favourite dishes.Whether it's an after-work meal for the family that can be cooked in under 30 minutes, ideas for entertaining with ease, classics reworked with an exciting twist or even ideas for how to stay slim while eating mouth-watering meals, here you'll find simple-to-follow recipes to prepare at home without any fuss.This vegetarian collection is Rose Elliot at her best - simple, fresh, and delicious recipes in one delightful cookbook. Contents includes...StartersSoups & SaladsClassics with a twistMidweek MealsDinners to ImpressAl FrescoParties & CelebrationsSide DishesDesserts & CakesNotes on ingredientsNotes on the recipes...and much more!

    The Barking Blondes

    By Anna Webb, Jo Good
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    Anna Webb, Jo Good
    When Jo saw Anna feeding Molly meatballs from her bra, she knew that here was awoman after her own heart. What she couldn't know was that this was the start of afriendship that would take them both on an incredible and bizarre journey.From nearly drowning in swimming pools during filming to tearing around Parisin search of Rin Tin Tin's grave, the more the dog world opened up to them, themore convinced they became, like Bardot and Mae West before them, that man isnot necessarily a girl's best friend.This is a hilarious, touching tale of how two women's lives were transformed bytheir pets.

    Brick City

    By Warren Elsmore
    Authors:
    Warren Elsmore
    While to many, LEGO bricks are 'just a toy', to an ever-growing army of fans they provide a challenging and enjoyable modelling medium. These fans, calling themselves 'AFOLs', or Adult Fans of LEGO, have taken it upon themselves to recreate local landmarks using just the bricks that you may find at a local store.LEGO models created by adult fans, however, don't resemble those that many people created as a child. Created by masters of their medium, these fabulously detailed models may contain thousands of pieces - or perhaps just a handful. Either way, the talented artists have an intimate knowledge of every piece and colour available. Skilfully choosing the ideal piece to recreate a well-known landmark, they may create a model indistinguishable from the real thing, or evoke the spirit of a building in just a few small pieces.In fact, landmarks and cityscapes - from the New York skyline to the Sagrada Familia, London's St Pancras and the amazing towers of Beijing and Hong Kong - have long been a source of inspiration for LEGO builders. In this book, LEGO artist Warren Elsmore takes us on a world tour and explores more than 12 global cities and their iconic structures. Each city is examined and recreated in LEGO form.Comprising amazing artwork, exploratory photographs and detailed breakdowns, Brick City looks at the essence of what makes an urban landscape recognizable.
  • The Book of Chakra Healing

    By Liz (Simpson) Alexander
    Authors:
    Liz (Simpson) Alexander
    The Book of Chakra Healing is a comprehensive guide to the ancient Indian system of chakras. These centres of 'spinning energy' in the body help maintain your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual balance. This book offers practical ways to work on your chakras and shows you how to unblock and rebalance your energy. Understanding chakra healing involves colour, knowledge of ancient myths, archetypes, bodywork, crystals, meditations, visualizations, open questions and affirmations.

    Beards

    By Cara Frost-Sharratt
    Authors:
    Cara Frost-Sharratt
    William Shakespeare. Abraham Lincoln. Santa Claus. Behind (well, slightly in front of) every great man, lies a great beard. And now you too can join the ranks of the most illustrious beard-sporting gentlemen of history.Find out what each beard says about its wearer, which one will makes women fall at your feet (and not run for the hills) and most importantly, which ones will get crumbs stuck in it. With marks on each one's ease of grooming, growing and its potential to grate, whether you want to sport a French Fork or a Fu Manchu, a Soul Patch or a Chin Puff, we have the lowdown on the right set of whiskers for every occasion. What's more, our custom-designed beard artworks mean you don't have to commit yourself to months of gruelling growth to find out how you'll look with the finished article - just hold the book up to your face to amaze and astound your friends and family with your new found veneer of virility and intellectual prowess.Gone are the days when facial hair was maligned as untrustworthy and unsanitary. With this book, you can give your face a new lease of life and command the respect and admiration you've always deserved.

    Best of British

    By Michael Farr
    Authors:
    Michael Farr
    When Ed Baines joined the judges' panel on ITV's Britain's Best Dish, he dived head first into the world of true British cooking. Hundreds of people presented him with their versions of the best food this country has to offer, and here Ed brings his take on the most iconic of those to your kitchen. Over the last ten years, food has become more and more about the incredible ingredients available to us, and Ed will help you transform them into easy, delicious dishes that will 'wow' your guests. Chapters such as Breakfast, Pies, Curries and Teatime show the wide range and depth of the now very trendy British cuisine. Lovers of traditional food will enjoy the Coddled Eggs, Pressed Ham Hock and Steak Pie, whereas adventurous cooks will be inspired by recipes such as Chicken Stuffed with Stilton and Lobster Martini.