Food lovers’ library

 

More Mandy’s
By Mandy Wolfe, Rebecca Wolfe and Meredith Erickson
More is always more, and this book is overflowing with delectable recipes, gorgeous photography, and beautiful illustrations.
Appetite by Random House

 

 

Vietnam: Morning to Midnight
By Jerry Mai
Join chef Jerry Mai as she shares the iconic dishes and street-food eats that are enjoyed throughout Vietnam. As the sun rises, mornings start early in Vietnam: locals perch on plastic stools, slurping large bowls of beef pho, while others grab a crispy pork banh mi for breakfast on the go. Lunch might include grilled meats piled high onto rice, or a cold noodle salad to help stay cool in the midday heat.
Smith Street Books

 

 

Cooks
By Dr Rupy Aujla
Over 100 fully photographed delicious and easy recipes that put flavour and nutrition first. Every dish is researched and developed to give maximum health benefit and ease while also delivering on amazing taste. Satisfying dinners, one-pot dishes, quick lunches, as well as plenty of vegetarian, vegan, gluten and nut free options.
Ebury Press

 

 

The Discovery of Pasta: A History in Ten Dishes
By Luca Cesari
What is Italy without pasta, where would the rest of us be without this staple of global cuisine? The wheat-based dough first appeared in the Mediterranean in ancient times yet despite these remote beginnings, pasta wasn’t wedded to sauce until the nineteenth century. Luca Cesari embarks on a tantalizing journey through time to detangle the heritage of this culinary classic.
Pegasus Books

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