Time to cook up a storm 

Be a “stay at home” hero and make your fellow quarantini’s smile with recipes from these specialty cookbooks that our HF editors have fallen in love with:

Bento Power by Sara Kiya Popowa

When its your turn, try one of Popowa’s colourful boxes of joy that bring out the best of the big 5 of Japanese cooking:  Red, white, black, yellow and green.  A fun and vibrant approach to lunch at home that’s fun and fabulous for everyone. 


Big Mamma Cucina Popolare: Contemporary Italian Recipes

Intriguingly named dishes with a fresh, modern twist created in collaboration with some of the most exciting restaurant teams in the world.  Perfect for a stay at home date night.


Lasagna  by Anna Hezel

Comfort food with a twist – simply perfect for times like this when we’re all hunkering down.  Hezel’s fifty bold and creative recipes made this book Bon Appetit’s cookbook of the month.


At your door within a few days or as a present for someone who’ll be cooped up over the Easter holidays, these will be welcome additions to anyone’s cookbook collection.

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