The 3 Best Cookbooks to Give

Plenty More by Yotam Ottolenghi
Ottolenghi is one of those foodie names that inspire religious devotion among those who encounter his writing and recipes - he's probably responsible for most of the recent vegetarian converts you know. Plenty More is the follow up to his cult cookbook Plenty and keeps up the middle-eastern vibe with plenty of herb and veg combos to help infuse the new year with doable kitchen experiments.

The Art of Eating Well by Jasmine Hemsley and Melissa Hemsley

Sisters Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley have been something of crushes of ours for quite some time - their food writing for Vogue is responsible for all our bookmarked ambitions and now their book, The Art of Eating Well, is your way to share the healthy yet delicious love. The only danger with this book is that the recipeint may Instagram everything they attempt. You will be hungry, and very jealous. #smug

The Extra Virgin Kitchen by Susan Jane White


We interviewed Susan Jane last Spring when her bestselling?book first hit the charts and she's the reason we're on close terms with tahini now. This cookbook is perfect if you want to try some clean eating but don't want to be a flavourless bore while doing - beetroot chocolate cake anyone? If anyone you know has been mumbling about cutting dairy and all that jazz from the diet, make sure to grab a copy.

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