Baking recipes

Cookbook Review: Eggs

Eggs, Michel RouxThe egg is the simplest and most complete food—versatile enough for the quickest of meals to the smartest of dinner parties and the favourite of patissiers and dessert chefs. With more than 30 years experience as a chef at the top of his profession, Michel Roux has garnered a vast wealth of culinary knowledge and expertise. Trained in the classic French style, but a global traveller with a passion for different cuisines, Michel uses all of his skill and experience to take a new look at one of the oldest foods of all.

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Cookbook Review: Fresh India

Fresh India, Meera Sodha

Following her bestselling Made in India, Meera Sodha reveals a whole new side of Indian food that is fresh, delicious, and quick to make at home. These vegetable-based recipes are feel-good food and full of flavour.

Indian cuisine is one of the most vibrant vegetable cuisines in the entire world, and in Fresh India Meera leads home cooks on a culinary journey through its many flavourful dishes that will delight vegetarians and those simply looking to add to their recipe repertoire alike.

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Cookbook Review: Feasting

Feasting: A new take on Jewish cooking

Many Jewish families continue the tradition of gathering to share a meal on Friday nights and holidays, but a new generation is changing the approach to traditional food. At the same time, the rest of the world is discovering the joys of Jewish cooking.

In Feasting, Amanda Ruben brings together her fresh takes on classic recipes, along with popular favourites from her contemporary café and deli, and her own busy family home.

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Cookbook Review: The How Not to Die Cookbook

The How Not to Die Cookbook

From Michael Greger, M.D. the physician behind the trusted and wildly popular website Nutritionfacts.org, and author of the New York Times bestselling book How Not to Die, comes a beautifully-designed, comprehensive cookbook complete with more than 120 recipes for delicious, life-saving, plant-based meals, snacks, and beverages.

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Cookbook Review: The Moosewood Restaurant Table

The Moosewood Restaurant Table

The Moosewood Restaurant Table is the newest cookbook from Americas most beloved natural food restaurant. Now in its fifth decade in Ithaca, New York, Moosewood remains faithful to the farm-to-table philosophy that has governed the restaurant since its founding, and their new cookbook is filled with more than 250 never-before-published recipes, including a healthy number that are vegan and gluten free.

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Cookbook Review: Sheet Pan Magic

Sheet Pan Magic, Sue Quinn


Move over one-pot, this is the easiest way to make fast, tasty meals in the oven. You can make entire family dinners just in a sheet pan—everything from risotto to roasted vegetable salads to Mediterranean chicken, and of course, delectable cakes.

Sue Quinn is the expert at simple, economical family cooking and her recipes cover every meal of the day—all in one tray. With straightforward instructions and no-nonsense tips and tricks for getting the most flavour out of your cooking, not only will you have everyday meal solutions but less mess in the kitchen afterwards!

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Cookbook Review: Toronto Eats

The farms, forests, and lakes that surround Toronto are invaluable resources for local and sustainable ingredients (and a good bit of foraging, too). Think wood-nettle spätzle or slow-cooked chicken with fresh corn pudding. Toronto is a city that likes to cheer on its sports teams with one-handed party food, and that’s where homemade pizzas, fried chicken and fish tacos come in handy.

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Cookbook Review: Délicieux: The Recipes of France

Délicieux presents a broad selection of dishes Gabriel Gaté has collected during his time as a chef, cookery teacher and lover of French food and travel. These are recipes that have been written, tested and adapted for the home cook, who can feel confident in preparing them successfully. (more…)

Cookbook Review: Dalmatia

Dalmatia is a celebration of the food of Croatia’s Mediterranean Coast, a region with a long, rich history, but one that is only slowly coming to prominence as tourists continue to discover its rugged beauty, blue waters and rustic, simple cuisine.

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