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Can't Travel? Cook!: Around the World in Cookery Books

Posted on 26th May 2020 by Mark Skinner

Foreign travel may have been stymied in these extraordinary times but it is still possible to treat your tastebuds to some of the finest, most evocative cuisine that the world has to offer. These luxurious cookbooks - many boasting not just mouth-watering images of authentic dishes but also stunning travel photography - will transport you to another land and culture, and bring a little adventure and exoticism into your kitchen.     

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Falastin presents over a hundred recipes for scrumptious Palestinian-inspired dishes – from colourful salads and soups to sweetly scented desserts – together with fascinating stories from the locals.
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Rukmini Iyer offers the most exciting and convenient culinary globetrotting imaginable, featuring 75 mouth-watering, fuss-free recipes that are inspired by classic dishes from around the world.
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The author of the bestselling Made in India returns with a book celebrating vegetarian Indian food culture. From traditional recipes to ones that innovatively combine fresh British vegetables with her favourite aromatics, Meera Sodha presents 80 exciting, easy and planet-saving dishes full of flavour and colour.
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A thoroughly immersive cookery book suffused not just with gastronomic delights but with the atmosphere and culture of 1900's Bombay. Culled from the menus of the iconic Dishoom restaurants, these mouth-watering recipes are placed in the context of the vibrant, bustling Indian metropolis.
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Beautifully produced and bursting with colour and vitality, Meera Sodha’s collection of vegan recipes from the East is the must have cookbook of the summer. Boasting a wide range of dishes from India to Thailand to Japan and a host of other countries, this is a celebration of Asian cuisine like no other.
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Carrillo-Arronte’s superbly presented and warmly welcoming book opens the doors to authentic Mexican home cooking, encyclopaedic and inspiring, Mexico is a colourful journey into the rich and spicy culinary culture.
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As elegant and attentive as its subject matter, Nancy Singleton Hachisu’s stunning introduction to Japanese cuisine features 400 beautifully presented recipes and insightful commentary. Charming in its simplicity and harmony, this is the go-to guide for Japanese cooking.
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In Bitter Honey, acclaimed chef Laetitia Clark explores the secrets of Sardinia’s rich food culture and laid-back lifestyle. Featuring lovely stories behind the quick and simple recipes – from aromatic Pecorino and walnut salad to honeyed roast aubergines – this is a book full of sunshine, passion and lessons about slowing down.
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Sabrina Ghayour won over a legion of fans with her dazzling collections Persiana, Feasts and Sirocco. Bazaar brings together a mouth-watering selection of meat-free meals, inspired by a carnival of colours, scents and flavours. The result is a cookbook full of recipes that look as good as they taste, perfect for entertaining with flair or brightening up a weekday dinner.
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Packed with over 110 exciting and easy-to-follow recipes, Morales’s beautiful book is an adventure in the food culture of the Andes of Peru. Complete with mesmerising stories and vibrant photography and paintings, this is a perfect way to discover and fall in love with Peruvian cuisine.
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The vibrant colour and enticing flavours of the Caribbean - by way of South London - Craig and Shaun McAnuff’s stunning recipe guide has a home-grown vibe and easy charm that bangs the drum for family cooking and fun-filled meals with friends.
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Lope Ariyo’s beautiful book is a vibrant, inspiring introduction to Nigerian cuisine and reveals the incredible variety of aromatics, ingredients and methods that characterise West African cooking. Hibiscus is packed with delicious, fresh recipes that invite you to experiment with stunning flavour combinations and are guaranteed to tantalise your tastebuds.
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From Cornish pasties to Aberdeen buttery rowies, Oats in the North, Wheat from the South is a fascinating journey around the British Isles, exploring its varied regional baking identities.
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