Morecambe Library gives us a flavour of the mountain of cookbooks that have come out over the past few months.
1 Save with Jamie – Jamie Oliver
With his book to accompany the Channel 4 series, Jamie aims to get us cooking clever, shopping smarter and wasting less.
2 The Hairy Dieters Eat For Life – Si King and Dave Myers
The boys are back with their second volume of low calorie recipes.
3 Gino’s Italian Escape – Gino D’Acampo
A celebration of Italian food.
4 Paul Hollywood’s Pies and Puds –Paul Hollywood
From meat and potato pies to chocolate volcanoes, Paul Hollywood brings together the tastiest pies and puddings.
5 Rachel’s Everyday Kitchen: Simple, delicious family food – Rachel Allen
More than 100 recipes to help you make cheap and tasty meals everyday.
6 Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Home Cooking – Gordon Ramsay
From weekday breakfasts to Saturday night dinners, Gordon has recipes for every occasion.
7 Mary Berry’s Christmas Collection – Mary Berry
A collection of traditional festive foods with a twist.
8 Tom Kerridge’s Proper Pub Food – Tom Kerridge
Pub food at its best, with 100-plus warming recipes.
9 Gok’s Wok – Gok Wan
Gok draws influence from all over Asia with some mouth-watering dishes.
10 The Way I cook.... – Lisa Faulkner
‘On Rainy Days’ to ‘When the sun is shining’, these are just two of the sections in Lisa ’s second book.
All these books are available at your local Lancashire library, or visit http://bit.ly/allourbooks or http://capitadiscovery.co.uk/ lancashire/ to reserve your copy.