Healthy Gluten-free Eating
By 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
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
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
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
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.
By 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.
How To Get The Response You Need
By Nick Souter
By Joanna Farrow
Make fish an exciting dish with one of these delicious recipes from around the world. From Salt and Pepper Squid and Japanese Sushi Cones to traditional Spanish Paella and Fisherman's Pie, "Fish" contains over 80 mouth watering classic and contemporary recipes. Learn everything you need to know to cook great-tasting fish, from buying to cleaning, gutting to filleting, plus simple preparation techniques that will guarantee success every time. Step-by-step photography, clear instructions and professional tips make cooking fish and seafood easy, and with delectable accompaniments such as Lemon and Caper Mash, Chunky Chips and Tartare Sauce, fish will be everyone's favourite.
How Do I Love Thee Kitty?
By Rachael Matthews