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Hamlyn QuickCook: Chicken

By Emma Jane Frost
Authors:
Emma Jane Frost
Choose from 360 easy chicken dishes that can be made in 10, 20 or 30 minutes. Chicken is one of the nation's favourite meats and is a healthy, lean source of protein. The book includes exotic additions such as Jerk Chicken and Pepper Stir-fry, Chicken Drumstick Jambalaya and Chicken, Apricot and Almond Tagine; classic home comforts like Speedy Coq au Vin and Chicken, Cheese and Broccoli Bake; and light bites including Chicken Nachos and Chicken, Basil and Goat's Cheese Panini, ensuring you'll never tire of fresh ideas for this versatile ingredient.

Hamlyn QuickCook: Budget Meals

By Jo McAuley
Authors:
Jo McAuley
Hamlyn QuickCook: Budget Meals offers the perfect alternative to elaborate kitchen preparations, expensive restaurant meals or microwave ready-meals by showing you how to use limited ingredients, simple methods and minimal time to create pocketbook-friendly meals that are quick, easy and - most importantly - delicious. 360 fabulous recipes include Chorizo and Red Pepper Tortilla, Peppery Smoked Mackerel Brandade and Deconstructed Shepherd's Pie. From starters and light bites to fuss-free desserts, this is a comprehensive guide to creating a varied array of delectable dishes and is perfect for those new to cooking, students or anybody looking to expand their midweek routine beyond the local takeaway. So put down the phone, throw away those delivery menus and get cooking!

Hamlyn QuickCook: Pasta

By Emma Lewis
Authors:
Emma Lewis
Choose from 360 easy pasta dishes that can be made in just 30, 20 or 10 minutes. With tasty recipes for Rich Mushroom Pasta with Sizzling Parma Ham, Pesto with Charred Tomatoes, and a wide range of midweek meals including Mexican Chicken Pasta and No Chop Pasta Salad, there are plenty of family favorites and healthy suppers to turn Pasta Night into the most delicious night of the week.
  • Hamlyn QuickCook: Vegetarian

    By Sunil Vijayakar
    Authors:
    Sunil Vijayakar
    Easy vegetarian meals that can be made in just 30, 20 or 10 minutes, allowing busy cooks to choose from 360 great vegetarian recipes that they can fit into the limited time they have available. This fantastically flexible approach will help you create a variety of great dishes including breakfast and light bites, midweek meals, family favorites, food for friends, and delicious desserts.
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    Hugh Johnson's Wine Journal

    By Hugh Johnson
    Authors:
    Hugh Johnson
    This elegant journal includes expert advice from the world's most popular wine writer, Hugh Johnson, on topics such as grape types, vintages and pairing wine with food. It is the perfect place to record those wines you have particularly enjoyed, to compile personal tasting notes, list friends' favourites and to note the wines you drank on special occasions or with exceptional meals.

    Homemade Gifts Vintage Style

    By Sarah Moore
    Authors:
    Sarah Moore
    Shops and markets selling vintage furniture and trinkets are an absolute treasure trove for anyone looking to inject some character and charm into their hoe without spending a fortune. 'Homemade Gifts Vintage Style' takes this one step further by inspiring you to make or customise your own vintage wares and present them as gifts. Rather than throwing out worn jumpers and blankets, give them a new lease of life by turning them into cute animals for children's birthdays. Instead of ditching cushions that have seen better days, why not transform them into something unique with colourful and eclectic vintage fabrics. Sarah Moore shows you how with step-by-step photographs accompanied by simple instructions. Projects can be sewn by hand or accomplished with one simple stitch on a sewing machine so are suitable for all abilities. With their colourful vintage look these projects make the perfect gifts for any occasion - so lovely that you'll have to resist the temptation to keep them for yourself.

    Hyperventilation Syndrome

    By Dinah Bradley
    Authors:
    Dinah Bradley
    Are you suffering from unrelated symptoms, like nausea, breathlessness when resting or lack of concentration? These are just some of the symptoms that could mean you have Hyperventilation Syndrome. HVS is a breathing disorder that involves rapid breathing from the chest, rather than the stomach. It is usually a side effect of prolonged stress and is often untreated. Dinah Bradley explains exactly what hyperventilation is and how to overcome. There is also a plan and a workbook to help you manage your stress levels and other symptoms. This book will literally make you breathe more easily.
  • Hamlyn All Colour Cookery: 200 Risottos & Rice Dishes

    Learn just how versatile rice can be, with delicious recipes for salads, soups, wok dishes, paellas and risottos, as well as unusual desserts and sweet treats. Recipes are accompanied by beautiful colour photographs and step-by-step instructions to ensure perfect results every time.

    Hell On 4 Paws

    By Gwen Bailey
    Authors:
    Gwen Bailey
    As a bestselling author and owner of the Puppy School franchise, Gwen Bailey is one of the UK's most respected dog behaviour experts and has helped millions to transform their troublesome pets into obedient and happy hounds. So what happened when one of her students - Chesil, the most dysfunctional pooch in Britain - refused to lay down, and he just so happened to be her own dog?!Hell On 4 Paws is the witty and wonderful story of how Gwen's life was turned on its head when she took on a new man in her life, his family, and the unruly Chesil, her greatest challenge yet. As if adjusting to a new relationship, new home and new responsibilities wasn't tough enough, Gwen also has to deal with Chesil's bizarre and antisocial behaviour, a constant distraction in her crazy new life. Follow Chesil's amusing exploits as his outrageous personality clashes with Gwen's time-tested techniques, and see him slowly change from an aggressive, possessive nightmare to a proud winner of the Gold Award for good citizenship. A feel-good and inspirational tale for anyone who's ever had trouble raising a rowdy hound, Hell On 4 Paws shows that sometimes even the best trainers can encounter problems, and that, with a little persistence, even the worst pets can become compassionate creatures.

    The Halogen Oven Cookbook

    By Maryanne Madden
    Authors:
    Maryanne Madden
    Halogen ovens are super convenient appliances that can be kept on your kitchen counter. They heat with a combination of infra red and convection to cook food 40% faster than a conventional oven - but unlike soggy microwaves, halogen ovens produce delicious results every time. Using a combination of racks you simply layer the food, set the dials and produce a whole meal from one appliance. Whether it's simply defrosting a delicious joint of meat or a making a more elaborate recipe, a halogen will take the time and hassle out of all of your favourite dishes. In this book you'll find simple instructions, cooking times and tips to get you started. With a fantastic range of over 100 recipes, you'll discover how easy cooking with a halogen oven can be.
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  • Hamlyn All Colour Cookery: 200 Recipes for Kids

    By Emma Jane Frost
    Authors:
    Emma Jane Frost
    As parents, we all know that children can be notoriously difficult to cook for. Many of us fall into the habit of cooking the same dishes over and over again, simply because we cannot bear the idea of scraping wasted food into the bin at the end of a meal. However, a child's formative years are when they learn to accept and like new foods, and it is therefore of great importance to encourage them with new tastes and different textures as often as you can. Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook: 200 Recipes for Kids has been put together with this in mind, but also with the knowledge that children are generally fussy creatures and like their food to be simple and to look good. Each recipe has been photographed to show you exactly what you will be cooking (and what they will be eating), and has of course been tested for child-appeal. To prevent your children getting bored by the same meals, we have also added a creative variation at the end of each recipe.
  • Hamlyn All Colour Cookery: 200 Bread Recipes

    By Joanna Farrow
    Authors:
    Joanna Farrow
    This title provides over 200 exciting new ways to bake delicious homemade bread with your bread machine.Presented in a handy format with colour photographs and easy-to-follow recipes in a bread machine, Hamlyn All Colour Cookbook: 200 Bread Recipes is great value for money. The book caters for both sweet and savoury tastes, as well as those with gluten and wheat allergies. With such mouthwatering combinations as halloumi and mint, olive and coriander and orange and poppy seed, baking has never been so satisfying!
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    Healthy Gluten-free Eating

    By Darina Allen, Rosema Kearney, Rosemary Kearney
    Authors:
    Darina Allen, Rosema Kearney, Rosemary Kearney
    Excluding foods such as wheat, rye and barley need not lead to a boring and restrictive diet. Healthy Gluten-Free Eating contains over 100 completely gluten-free recipes that have been created to tempt your tastebuds whilst managing the symptoms of coeliac disease. Why not try Apple and Hazelnut Muesli for breakfast, Vietnamese Rice Paper Rolls with Shrimps and Fresh Herbs for lunch or an Italian Beef Stew for supper? Foods that were previously off-limits are now back on the menu with tempting gluten-free recipes for breads, pizzas, cakes and puddings. Renowned chef Darina Allen has worked with Rosemary Kearney who is a coeliac herself, to prove that gluten-free eating is manageable can be enjoyable for you, your family and friends.
  • Healthy Eating: The Prostate Care Cookbook

    By Margaret Rayman
    Authors:
    Margaret Rayman
    Prostate cancer is the most common cancer to affect men and there is evidence that the health of the prostate can be helped by a diet of eating the right foods and avoiding harmful effects of others. This is both a cookbook and guide written by expert Margaret Rayman, who created the Nutritional Medicine Post Graduate programme for the University of Surrey. A detailed introduction looks at why diet is so important and how eating certain foods can help prevent development of the disease or its spread. Various top chefs have put their healthy hats on and contributed some great recipes that include Broad Bean and Apple Crostini, Moroccan Lamb Stew, Chicken with Walnut and Pomegranate Sauce, and Ruby Fruit Salad with Raspberry Coulis. Simple to prepare and made from easily accessible ingredients, these recipes can also be used for everyday family eating as well as entertaining.

    Hugh Johnson In The Garden

    By Hugh Johnson
    Authors:
    Hugh Johnson
    Tradescant's Diary, a column of garden jottings, first appeared in the RHS magazine, The Garden, in June 1975. Hugh Johnson was its author (in addition to his being Editorial Director of the magazine) and it became a monthly fixture for the RHS's committed gardeners. Hugh's writings are filled with an eclectic mixture of topical, whimsical and humorous anecdotes and are organised to follow a gardener's monthly calendar. Under the name Tradescant's Diary, a name taken from John Tradescant, gardener to Lord Cecil at Hatfield House and to King James I, who was one of the first men to introduce plants from foreign countries to his own garden, Hugh's writings appeared in The Garden from 1975-2006, in Gardens Illustrated in 2007, and in 2008 still appear as monthly blogs through his own website (www.tradsdiary.com).
  • Healthy Eating for Lower Cholesterol

    By Daniel Green, Catherine Collins
    Authors:
    Daniel Green, Catherine Collins
    This is a much-needed cookbook containing over 100 recipes that have been created to tempt your tastebuds while managing your cholesterol levels, together with helpful advice and practical information. The book is set out in two sections: the first is packed with useful tips from dietitian Catherine Collins, and the second offers a range of delicious recipes devised by chef Daniel Green with nutritional analysis to help maintain a healthy diet while satisfying your appetite. From Buckwheat Pancakes for breakfast to Mediterranean-style Baked Cod for dinner, this is a book that all the family can eat from.
  • Healthy Eating During Chemotherapy

    By Jose Van Mil, Christine Archer-Mackenzie
    Authors:
    Jose Van Mil, Christine Archer-Mackenzie
    With recipes devised by a chef and based on nutritional advice, this is a much-needed cookbook for people whose lives are touched by the cancer treatment chemotherapy. It contains over 100 recipes that have been created to excite the palate without over-stimulating it, together with helpful advice and practical information. It's an easy, flexible and appetising guide and a source of inspiration for everyday dishes that the patient is likely to enjoy, so that they're able to eat enough to keep their strength up.

    How to Knit

    If you've ever wanted to knit but never knew where to start, then this is the book for you. Starting at the very beginning with how to cast on, you'll soon be impressing friends and family with your creative flair! Learn all the techniques step-by-step and then choose from 20 straightforward projects, including everything from bags and blankets to hats and sweaters. With expert advice on yarns and equipment and an inspiring stitch gallery for 80 different patterns, How to Knit is sure to get your needles clicking.
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    Heritage Gardens

    By George Plumptre
    Authors:
    George Plumptre
    This is a thematic book with a loosely chronological structure. An introductory chapter explains why garden restoration has become increasingly important and popular. Chapters then look at how modern technology has helped garden restoration; why certain gardens need restoring because their style is no longer fashionable or they have lost their original identity through neglect; and the need to restore gardens created by important designers or plantsmen, or gardens that have been destroyed or neglected because of war. A final chapter shows why major garden restorations contribute to gardening history. There is also a gazetteer of the gardens, indicating which ones can be visited by the public.