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  • More Slow Cooking

    Slow cookers are the ultimate kitchen appliance, they allow you to come home to sumptuous stews, filling soups and perfect puddings with just a few minutes preparation in the mornings. With ideas for one-step dishes, indulgent family treats and meals to freeze for the busy days ahead, this collection will provide great ideas for you to make the most of your slow cooker.
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    My First Baking Book

    By Becky Johnson
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    Becky Johnson
    Aprons on, it's time for kitchen fun for everyone! From cookies and cupcakes to bread and tarts, all the baking recipes in this book are tasty and easy to make (and good for grown-ups too).Cooking together is a wonderful activity for a family to engage in, and children find it really rewarding to serve up food they've helped to make. It also develops important skills - weighing out ingredients familiarizes them with numbers, while mixing, spreading and spooning aid coordination. This book has ideas and step-by-step instructions for more than 50 baking recipes that your little ones will love to make and eat.
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  • Monday to Friday Diet

    The perfect long-term solution to healthy living that keeps the weight off - the Monday to Friday Diet allows you to indulge at the weekends, knowing you're following a healthy, nutritious and delicious plan through the week. While most diets focus on short-term weight-loss goals, and are so prohibitively strict that many of us fall off the wagon in a matter of weeks, the Monday to Friday Diet has longevity built in, because you are allowed the occasional treat.Packed with recipes for quick breakfasts, lunch on the go, and fast and easy midweek dinners, this is designed to fit into your busy daily life, and not allow weight-loss goals to stand in the way of tasty, nutrient-packed, satisfying eating.
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    My Rio De Janeiro

    By Leticia Moreinos Schwartz
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    Leticia Moreinos Schwartz
    Rio is one of the most exciting cities in the world - loved for its beaches, bars, carnival and, for those cariocas (Rio-folk) in the know, its wonderful food. From its farmers' markets to its botequims, its melting puff pastries to its 'well-married' cookies, Rio offers a wealth of unforgettable ingredients and dishes and no-one knows this better than Leticia, an Ipanema girl born and raised. In Rio de Janeiro: The Cookbook, Leticia is your guide to the real Rio, introducing you to chefs, bakers, street vendors and all the passionate culinary personalities of her hometown. With 85 incredible recipes that include all the favourites - Caipirinha, Pao de Queijo, and Brigadeiros - The Rio Cookbook bottles the dynamic flavours of the place and reflects how its cuisine has become one of the most inventive in the world. Full of features on Rio's colourful neighbourhoods and iconic landmarks, illustrated with beautiful location photography, this is the essential book to have at hand for every feast and festa through the World Cup of 2014, the Summer Olympics of 2016 and beyond...
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    Miller's Antiques Marks

    By Judith Miller
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    Judith Miller
    Whether you are buying at auction, flea market or antique shop this is the book you need to identify and date what you find. More than 6,000 marks are organized for quick, at-a-glance reference with full-colour sections on silver, Sheffield plate, bronze figures, ceramics, glass, costume jewellery, toys and dolls.
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  • Made at Home: Breads

    By Dick Strawbridge, James Strawbridge
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    Dick Strawbridge, James Strawbridge
    As featured in The Independent, Dick and James Strawbridge, presenters of the popular ITV programme Saturday Farm, have shown you how to grow, harvest, preserve, cook and make the most of seasonal produce. Breads expands their series of books and is packed with expert advice and tips for creating delicious handcrafted foods as well as recipes for truly mouth-watering and memorable meals, because ultimately it's all about the eating! This is a very timely book as many people are returning back to the traditional ways of living and self-sufficiency. Whether you are a city-dweller or country lover, it's easy to have a go at the Good Life.Made at Home: Breads. There's nothing like a fresh loaf, warm from the oven - and with this new title baking has never been so simple. Breads shows you how to make your own sourdough, yeast, quick and unleavened breads for every occasion. Dick and James Strawbridge are experts at showing you how to transform fresh produce into delicious handcrafted food and drink for enjoying and sharing any time of year. This practical guide to baking is packed full of delicious recipes and detailed step-by-step instructions, as well as expert hints and tips straight from the authors kitchen.
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    Makery

    By Kate Smith
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    Kate Smith
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    Mandela

    By Peter Hain
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    Peter Hain
    One of the world's most revered public figures, Nelson Mandela is an iconic symbol of the triumph of the human spirit over prejudice and fear. Renowned for his tireless crusade against gender and racial inequality, Mandela's anti-apartheid campaigning, his outspoken social criticism, and his values of freedom, have made him a hero of our time.Mandela follows the extraordinary path of this man's journey to become a living legend. With in-depth chapters on his tribal roots, his revolutionary ANC activities that led to his notorious 27-year imprisonment, and his career after his momentous release in 1990, discover how one man came to heal a torn nation as its President.
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  • The Mail on Sunday: Book of Super Sudoku Puzzles 6

    A new compilation of demanding brainteasers from the ever-popular archives of the Mail on Sunday. Super Sudoku ups the ante of the perennially popular game with a massive 16 3 x 4 grids in each puzzle. Challenge, frustrate and hone your grey matter whether at home, on your daily commute, or whiling away any spare minutes throughout the day.
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    Modern Girl's Guide to Hatmaking

    By Mary Jane Baxter
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    Mary Jane Baxter
    Only 70 years ago most women could make their own hats. They'd twist an old hat into a party-piece, or magic their old man's trilby into the talk of the town, but today we've mostly forgotten how to make hats ourselves. Unlike other hat-making books on the market, there'll be no expensive equipment or complicated skills to acquire. Inspired by vintage hats, Mary Jane will show you how to fashion your own at home. From an elegant packable sun-hat, to a 40s-style fascinator, there'll be clear instructions and couture tips to help you achieve fabulous results from scratch, as well as tips on how to update a preloved piece. Wonderful illustrations and fabulous photos complete a book that's both beautiful and brimful of ideas.
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  • Michael Freeman's Photo School: Portrait

    By Michael Freeman
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    Michael Freeman
    At some point, all photographers are called upon to shoot a proper portrait combining technical skill with personable demeanour to capture someone in their best possible light. Michael Freeman teaches you how to achieve flattering portrait results with a variety of both traditional and modern styles.Learn how to set your subjects at ease and bring out their natural beauty with a friendly yet professional attitude. Feel confident giving directions on posing and stance with a thorough review of the classic approaches, from head-and-shoulder shots to full-length compositions, and everything in between.Take creative control of your portrait sessions by learning to manipulate the light to your own ends whether that means bouncing sunlight o a reflector or building your own studio setups with multiple flash units. The complex science of photographic lighting is explained in straightforward and easy-to-understand language, with abundant and inspirational examples. Finally, master the fundamentals of post-production finishing techniques to make sure every portrait looks its absolute best. Your subjects will thank you for it!
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    The Moviemaking with Your Camera Field Guide

    By Olivia Speranza
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    Olivia Speranza
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  • Made at Home: Vegetables

    By Dick Strawbridge, James Strawbridge
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    Dick Strawbridge, James Strawbridge
    Vegetables proves just how productive you can be all year round, whether you have a tiny urban patch, a dedicated allotment or plenty of space in your own garden. Growing your own vegetables is one of the easiest ways to transform the way you eat. You'll have fresh ingredients at your disposal and,with this book, the knowledge to cook with them to create delicious dishes every time. With the step-by-step guides to growing, and dozens of ideas for cooking your home produce, you'll soon enjoy everything from pea and mint risotto to kohlrabi coleslaw and baked sweet potato and goat's cheese pie.
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