Category: Cookery Books

Bibliocook.com - Christmas 2017 0

Cookbooks for Christmas 2017

I never can resist a new cookbook. I love the thrill of cracking the spine so that I can lay it out on the table to read over breakfast. I can let the morning...

Bibliocook.com - The Groundnut Stew from The Groundnut Cookbook by Duval Timothy, Folayemi Brown and Jacob Fodio Todd. 0

Read: The Groundnut Cookbook

Cookbooks? I have a few. Around 700 or 800 on the bookshelves in the sitting room. About 50 piled high on the windowsill next to the kitchen table. And there’s another 30 or so...

Bibliocook.com - Irish cookbooks 2014 0

A few favourite Irish cookbooks of 2014

Last shopping weekend before Christmas and if you’re looking for an Irish cookbook for someone special, here are a few ideas. Also check out my posts on books that came out earlier this year:...

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Irish Cookbooks for Christmas 2013 – part 2

Old school Irish publisher Gill & Mac has been taking cookbook production up a notch in the last few years and both of these hardbook books are lovely to look at as well as to cook from.

If every small town in Ireland had a Dream Deli selling fabulous brunch dishes like Fruit Tabbouleh, Weekend Waffles and Welsh Rarebit, we’d all eat out a lot more. Perhaps it’s best that this doesn’t happen – because instead you can have the fun of cooking your way through Lilly’s book, which includes (my favourite!) inventive devilled egg variations like beetroot and fennel, spiced coriander, wasabi and sesame seed. There are great salads (Mango and Shredded Chicken with Garam Masala Yoghurt, Quinoa with Pistachio and Pomegranate) and an assemble-on-the-spot Sicilian Wedding Cake that could set a new trend. lillyhiggins.ie