Posted on 22nd Dec, 2021 by Anna Orhanen
In her beautifully inventive and environmentally-minded cookbook The Whole Vegetable, Sophie Gordon turns the limelight on vegetables of all kinds, celebrating the endless variety of plants and embracing the often-discarded parts such as stalks, tops, flowers and seeds as an important part of the feast. We are delighted to share a recipe for a delicious dal from the book with our readers.
In her The Little Book of Vegan Bakes, food writer and the creator of The Little Blog of Vegan Holly Jade shows that going plant-based definitely doesn't mean giving up your favourite sweet treats. We are delighted to share a recipe from the book with our readers, perfect for a little vegan-friendly indulgence.
Posted on 17th Jan, 2022 by Anna Orhanen
In her upcoming book Deliciously Ella How To Go Plant-Based, the celebrated food writer Ella Mills combines scientific research about vegan diet and advice for parents with gorgeous and satisfying family-friendly recipes. In this blog piece, Mills shares her five top reasons to go plant-based.
Posted on 29th Nov, 2021 by Anna Orhanen
As a perfect festive treat for our readers, the author of bestselling former Waterstones Non-Fiction Book of the Month A Cheesemonger's History of the British Isles and the new, eminently gift-worthy A Cheesemonger's Compendium of British & Irish Cheese shares five tremendous reads, from classic fiction to reflections on liberalism, paired with the most fitting cheeses. Who Gouda ask for more?
Highlighting fresh and nutritious ingredients and inspiring flavour combinations, the new Wagamama Your Way features over seventy delicious and nourishing meals, perfect for relaxed everyday cooking. Focused on flexitarian eating, several recipes include ingredient suggestions with which you can create vegetarian versions of meat courses, including this tasty noodle dish.
As we hurtle headlong towards Christmas the books just keep on getting bigger. October sees the release of John le Carré's posthumous last materwork alongside stunning literary fiction from Jonathan Franzen and Elizabeth Strout, pulsating thrillers by Lee Child and John Grisham, mouthwatering cookbooks served up by Nigel Slater and Nadiya Hussain and brilliant biographies courtesy of Billy Connolly and Bernardine Evaristo. And, it goes without saying, much, much more...
September is the month when publishing ramps up a notch - actually, make that several notches - and a bevy of the year's most eagerly anticipated books are released. We've got Richard Osman's follow-up to his record-breaking crime debut The Thursday Murder Club. We've got Sally Rooney's first new novel since former Waterstones Book of the Year Normal People. We've got a new Sharpe adventure - the first from Bernard Cornwell since 2006. We've got Jamie Oliver, Michaela Coel, Bob Mortimer, Anthony Doerr, Katherine Ryan and Jay Kristoff. And that barely scratches the surface of the wonders on offer. Don't believe us? Then just take a look below...
From fluffy cupcakes to relaxed traybakes and from gorgeous cookies to showstopping celebration cakes, food blogger and social media baking sensation Jane Dunn's highly anticipated debut book Jane's Patisserie presents a rich variety of sweet treats, featuring her best-loved creations. We are delighted to share one of the recipes from the book with the readers of our blog.
Posted on 1st Aug, 2021 by Anna Orhanen
There are few things as elementary to our daily lives as food. In Scoff, our Non-Fiction Book of the Month for August, Pen Vogler takes the reader on a fascinating tour of the cultural history of comestibles in Britain, and gathering evidence from cookbooks, art, literature and social records from 1066 to the present day, reveals how what, when, how and with whom we eat has been linked to class and status through the ages. Here she shares her top five books rich in food-related revelations.
In her new book Happy Cooking, The Great British Bake Off star and Sunday Times columnist Candice Brown serves up a host of mouth-watering treats created with maximum comfort in mind. We are delighted to share her recipe for a colourful and easy-to-prepare Apple and Blackberry Fool with our readers.
Stephen King. Elif Shafak. Paula Hawkins. Peter V. Brett. Just savour those names. August is awash with big new publications from some of literature's most popular authors, all arriving in time to be read luxuriously in the sunshine. Whether it's white-knuckle crime thrillers or insightful volumes of history you are looking for, this month has it all. Discover your next favourite read below.
June brings with it some of the year's most hotly anticipated books, not least great word-of-mouth debuts from Zakiya Dalila Harris, Melody Razak and the first foray into fiction from Three Women author Lisa Taddeo. Elsewhere, Waterstones favourites such as Stacey Halls, Alex Michaelides and Christine Mangan return with spellbinding new novels, Joe Wicks celebrates family feasts and John Nichol pays tribute to the actions of the Tornado fighter plane during the First Gulf War.
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