Laura Rowe has been writing about food and drink in the UK for more than a decade. She’s written for the Guardian's Word of Mouth food blog, magazine, Lovefood.com, thewelshmenu.com and edited three editions of the award-winning Crumbs magazine in the South West. Most recently she was named as editor of the much loved national food title, olive. When she’s not eating and drinking her way around the country, she also works as a home economist for top celebrity chefs, making the 'here’s one I made earlier', and her debut book, Taste: the Infographic Book of Food, is out this October.
This book, and the follow up (Perfect Too) is ideal if you want to do a cookbook purge. Felicity's done all the hard work for you, scouring the best cookery books, to come up with the ultimate recipes for some of your favourite dishes. A great read
I seriously rate all of Jamie Oliver's cookery books – he uses ingredients we can all find, flavours we all love, and recipes we can all follow. But in this book he really comes into his own - teaching and guiding you at every step. And it also features THE BEST brownie recipe you will ever come across
This book will see you through the winter (and the other months too – a stew is for life, not just for Christmas) and save you money too. Great for get-ahead dinners and frugal dining. Family cooking at its best