Despite chair Rosie Boycott
's best efforts, it appears the three bakers grew up on Kenneth Williams
This bank holiday weekend, Bea Carvalho is indulging her sweet tooth with Delia Smith, plus you have the chance to win a signed copy for yourself... Read more
This week, Bea Carvalho investigates Katie and Giancarlo Caldesi's The Amalfi Coast from the comfort of her kitchen...
With Mother's Day coming up next Sunday - don't say we didn't remind you - Cara Fielder
pulls together her top ten suggestions for the perfect book treat for your mum. And this being Cara, you can be sure this is not your ordinary selection...
This week, intrepid culinary explorer Bea Carvalho investigates What Katie Ate, and finds out it was all pretty delicious...
With half term fast approaching, or already under way for some of the country, it’s a great time to re-discover the joys of eating and maybe even cooking together. Jo Hobbs
and her team from our Cirencester bookshop have picked out various recommendations, so you can sit down to delicious meals, whatever your plans.
If you're going out for the day and want something quick and easy to look forward to on your return, then slow cooking or one pot options are ideal. Currently enjoying a real renaissance, there are some great books offering tasty, nutritious and warming recipes – fantastic comfort food for chilly days…
from our non-fiction buying team takes a taste-trip to Southern China as she cooks from Every Grain of Rice by Fuchsia Dunlop
A while ago, Cara Fielder delved into the quirkier side of crafting and this week she wanted to introduce you to another pastime that has shaken its fuddy-duddy image and captured the hearts of young and old alike. This is the world of baking but to be more specific, cupcakes.
The London Review of Breakfasts' Seb Emina
, whose book The Breakfast Bible
is published this week, mourns the passing of the lesser known precursor to Pancake Day, Collop Monday...
from our non-fiction buying team continues on her culinary journey through some of her favourite cook books to test out some of their recipes, and let you know what they're really
like to cook from. This week, she is looking at Kitchen Memories by Lucy Boyd
. Read more
In a new series, Bea Carvalho
from our non-fiction buying team cooks her way through some of her favourite recipe books to test out some of their recipes, and let you know what they're really
like to cook from. This week, she is looking at Jerusalem
by Yotam Ottolenghi
and Sami Tamimi
, Senior Sous Chef at Michel Roux Jnr
's Le Gavroche
and judge on the BBC's Masterchef: The Professionals,
talked to us about growing up with food, the importance of cooking together as a family, and the making of her new book Monica's Kitchen
. And she was all smiles... Read more
our Brand Development Manager, tries her hand at several dishes from the Waterstones Book of the Year, Polpo: A Venetian Cookbook (Of Sorts)
. Read more
As part of our continuing celebration of our Book of the Year
announcement this week, we're bringing you three recipes from Russell Norman
's winning cookbook Polpo: A Venetian Cookbook (Of Sorts)
Waterstones Book of the Year winner Russell Norman
spoke to us about how the design and aesthetics of his restaurant Polpo
fed into his award winning book of the same name. Read more