The United Nations of Cookbooks
Take your palate on a world tour by collecting our selection of regional cookbooks offering exotic and inspiring fare from each country featured. Let's travel west to east and discover a world of home-made, satisfying food.
Mexico: The Cookbook | Margarita Carrillo Arronte
With a culinary history dating back 9,000 years, it's the definitive bible of home-cooking from Mexico. The book features more than 700 delicious and authentic recipes from street food to dinner delicacies – a celebration of the fresh flavours and ingredients from a country with world-wide appreciation for its flavourful dishes.
This is Brazil | Fernanda de Paula & Shelley Hepworth
A gorgeous cookbook celebrating the joyful soul of Brazil through its evocative, vibrant cuisine, and the unique interplay of food and culture across twelve major cities. Featuring real, home-style recipes such as beans with fried bacon and scrambled eggs and deep-fried chicken dumplings, as well as stunning photography, flipping through the pages alone will have you feeling the Brazilian breeze.
Spain | Jeff Koehler
Featuring the country's many time-honoured dishes and the age-old culinary custom of food that is prepared simply but full of homemade flavours, and always meant to be shared. Two hundred recipes from classics like shellfish paella and creamy flan to specialized dishes such as chilled melon soup with crispy jamón and monkfish steaks with saffron will have you saying Olé!
The Islands of Greece | Rebecca Seal
Celebrating Greece’s regional specialties of simple yet delicious recipes that capture the essence of the islands. Learn how to use fresh produce and classic Greek flavours in remarkable combinations that are impossible to resist. Beautiful photographs complement the recipes and capture the magic and glitz of these stunning islands, from Crete to Mykonos, Santorini to Rhodes.
Jerusalem | Yotam Ottolenghi & Sami Tamimi
Two unique cross-cultural perspectives combine to create 120 authentic recipes that evoke tradition without compromising modernization. Jerusalem is illustrated with 130 full-colour photographs, showcasing sumptuous dishes, like lamb-stuffed quince with pomegranate & cilantro and prawns, scallops & clams with tomato & feta, amidst the dazzling backdrop setting of Jerusalem city.
The Complete Middle Eastern Cookbook | Tess Mallos
For generations The Complete Middle Eastern Cookbook has been the most well-respected and authentic cookbook on Middle Eastern food. With more than 500 recipes carefully tested and set out in easy-to-follow steps, it provides a useful insight into the regional dishes of Greece, Turkey, Lebanon, Egypt, and Syria, as well as an invaluable introduction to some of the lesser known cuisines of other countries in the region.
India: The Cookbook | Pushpesh Pant
With over 1,000 recipes covering every aspect of India's rich and colourful culinary heritage carefully edited to ensure that recipes like lotus root curry and savoury semolina with vegetables, are simple to follow and achievable in western kitchens. India: The Cookbook is the definitive, wide-ranging and authoritative book on any, and arguably all, authentic Indian food.
Thailand: The Cookbook | Jean-Pierre Gabriel
Thailand: The Cookbook contains 500 recipes with distinctive blends of hot, sour, sweet, and salty flavour dishes representative of the vibrant and diverse country. Helpful guidance on unusual ingredients and essential cooking techniques guarantee that anyone can cook their way through authentic and well-researched Thai cuisine manual.