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Book: Gamba – A seafood cookbook

  Derek Marshall, chef patron of Gamba launches Gamba – A Seafood Cookbook’ Two AA rosette restaurant Gamba  has been part of the Glasgow Foodie scene since 1998. Over this time, Derek's restaurant has developed a large collection of  their most popular recipes alongside some exciting new interpretations of traditional dishes. “All the recipes are essentially

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Book Review: Palestine on a plate

Mouth watering food Joudie Kalla’s Palestine on a Plate is a beautiful book.  Not only a feast for the mouth, but also the eyes. The colours transport you away from autumnal Britain to faraway lands.  The images in this book will certainly have you making a list for some shopping! It's an easy to follow

Book Review: Korean Food Made Simple

Korean Food made simple Judy Joo is an American celebrity chef and Chef Patron of London's JinJuu restaurant. A French trained cook, she grew up in the USA where she absorbed the wide range of culinary influences that now complement the Korean food she champions. You may have seen her series "Korean Food Made Simple" on one of the

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Book Launch: Perceptions by Mark Greenaway

Changing Perceptions of Scottish Cookery Chef Mark Greenaway has come a long way from being chucked out of his Home Economics class back in the day! His three AA Rosette restaurant stunning the Scottish foodie scene with his arty creations, he has now released a book which illustrates his spectacular-looking dishes as well as the

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Book Review: Clean Cakes by Henrietta Inman

Clean Cakes by Henrietta Inman is a feast for the eyes and the stomach!  It is an ideal purchase for those on a restricted or wishing to follow an alternative diet as the recipes are free from gluten, dairy and refined sugar. Henrietta starts "Clean Cakes" by explaining the alternatives to sugar, gluten and dairy. 

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Book Review: Men’s Pie Manual by Haynes

The pie book that's not just for men Haynes are well-known for their DIY repair books have come up trumps with this seemingly joke book. Sections covered include how to make different pastries, how to make stock and what equipment you will need to make making pies easy. Lots of recipes from traditional meat pies

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Book Review: Summers Under the Tamarind Tree by Sumayya Usmani

  Pakistani food writer Sumayya unlocks Pakistani cuisine I love the book dedication. "This book is for my mother, grandmothers and daughter - the women who have inspired me - and for my homeland, which is full of passion, promise and authentic flavour" This sums up the book. Knowledge passed through the generations, learned through

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Chef Mark Greenaway challenges perceptions

 ‘Perceptions, Recipes from Restaurant Mark Greenaway’ We haven't been to Mark Greenaway's restaurant in Edinburgh for ages,however we can now copy the delicious food prepared by Chef in his new book "Perceptions, Recipes from Restaurant Mark Greenaway" The philosophy behind the book is to challenge the perception of Scottish food with these recipes and they

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Christmas gift idea: Britain from the rails

For the train or travel geek in your life Bradt travel guides have released a second edition of Benedict Le Vay's Britain from the Rails - A window gazer's guide in standard paperback size. The book is an ideal companion to any of the railway journeys covered in the book and most of the main