Farmersgirl Kitchen

Cookery Book Reviews

I review quite a lot of cookery books and really enjoy doing so.  I usually cook or bake a recipe from the book I review to test the ease of use and help to give you an idea of the sort of dishes that are featured.  Here are some of the books I have reviewed:

At Home in the Whole Food Kitchen by Amy Chaplin (Jacqui Small Publishing) 2015

One Pot Gourmet Gardener  by Cinead McTernan (Frances Lincoln) 2015

How Baking Works by James Morton (Ebury Press) 2015
Life is Sweet: The Hummingbird Bakery (Harper Collins) 2015

Greens 24/7 by Jessica Nadal (Apple Press 2015)

Bread by Dean Brettschneider (Jacqui Small) November 2014

Fat by Jennifer McLagan (Jacqui Small) – May 2012 

Retro Cakes and Cookies by Wendy Sweetser (CICO Books) – February 2013

How to Bake by Paul Hollywood (Bloomsbury) Novermber 2012

Bread by Paul Hollywood (Bloomsbury) – February 2013

The Vegetarian Pantry by Chloe Coker and Jane Montgomery (Ryland, Peters and Small) – April 2013

The Foragers Kitchen by Fiona Bird (CICO Books) – May 2013

The Clandestine Cake Club Cookbook by Lynn Hill  (Quercus Books) February 2013

Cooking with Flowers by Miche Bacher (Quirk Books) June 2013 

Cicchetti and other small Italian dishes to share by Lindy Wildsmith and Valentina Harris (Jacqui Small) August 2013

The Cookiepedia by Stacy Adimando (Quirk Books)

Burgers and Sliders by Miranda Ballard (Ryland, Peters and Small)

Levant by Anissa Helou (Harper Collins)

Mouthwatering Vegan (Random House) 

Mac ‘ N ‘ Cheese by Laura Washburn (Ryland, Peters and Small) 

The French Market Cookbook by Clotilde Dusoulier (PGUK)

The World’s Best Cakes by Roger Pizey (Jacqui Small LLP)

Pie by Dean Brettschneider (Jacqui Small LLP)

Spice – Layers of Flavour by Dhruv Baker (Orion Books)

The Slow Cooker Cookbook by Gina Steer (Apple Press)

Slow Cooked by Miss South (Ebury Press)