This week we are focusing on 4 amazing new cookery titles just arrived in libraries.
Time to eat: delicious meals for busy lives by Nadiya Hussain
Feeding a family and juggling a busy work load can be really tricky so Nadiya has crafted over 100 recipes that will teach you how to be time-smart in the kitchen. Featuring recipes that are both quick and easy to make, as well as those that have shortcuts to creating second – and even third – delicious meals without any additional preparation, Nadiya will share with you all her tips and hacks for making meal prep as simple as possible. Spin leftovers into completely new meals, learn the most effective way to use your freezer and discover just how easy it can be to batch cook without needing to have the same meal every night.
Ainsley’s Caribbean Kitchen by Ainsley Harriott
The official tie-in to Ainsley’s major ITV1 show includes all the recipes from the series. Join the nation’s favourite TV cook on his food adventure. Ainsley Harriott is going back to his roots to uncover the best-kept secrets and simple dishes of Caribbean home cooking in this ultimate feel-good cookbook. Among the brand-new, mouthwatering recipes that are featured on the show, there will be over 80 dishes inspired by the diverse culture and the rich food heritage of these much-loved islands.
Baking with Kim-Joy: cute and creative bakes to make you smile by Kim-Joy
As well as basic cake mixes, biscuit doughs, fillings/frostings and decorative techniques, Great British Bake Off finalist Kim–Joy shares 40 of her wonderfully imaginative designs for iced biscuit creatures, big occasion cakes, character macaroons and meringues, ornate breads and showstopping traybakes.
Mob Veggie by Ben Lebus
Having taken the social media world by storm with his 1-minute, how-to-make recipe videos, ‘Mob Kitchen’ founder Ben Lebus is back with his second book ‘Mob Veggie.’ Unlike most budget cooking sites, ‘MOB Kitchen’ doesn’t make any absurd store-cupboard assumptions. All that is expected is that you have salt, pepper and olive oil. Get cooking!
Reserve your copy via the Wokingham Libraries website at https://www.wokingham.gov.uk/libraries/library-services/search-renew-and-reserve-items/