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A Homegrown Table by Emma Dean

Taryn Das Neves A Homegrown Table (Random House, R330) MasterChef Australia 2013 winner, Emma Dean, goes back to basics and focuses on fresh, organic produce to eat with friends…

Morito (Random House, R525)

Taryn Das Neves Morito (Random House, R525) The cookbook to come out of Morito restaurant in Exmouth Market, London, which serves tapas and meze-styled meals. The menu and team…

Eat Istanbul (Quadrille, R399)

Taryn Das Neves Filled with exotic ingredients like sumac, mastic, salep and tahini, this book is a wonderful exploration into the diverse cuisines that populate Turkish food – from…

What to Eat Next (Octopus, R340)

Taryn Das Neves What’s on Valentine Warner’s mind? What to eat next! You’ll find delicious recipes like spicy cracked crab claws – “worth bibbing up for” – and weekend…

Tapas Revolution (Ebury Press, R420)

Tapas Revolution (Ebury Press, R420): Omar Allibhoy, the hunky chef who put Spanish food on the UK culinary map, definitely whets our appetite! His favourite traditional tapas recipes from…

Pure & Special (Roli Books, R472)

Pure & Special (Roli Books, R472): Award-winning author of Pure & Simple, Vidhu Mittal has published another great collection of Indian vegetarian cuisine. With a focus on gourmet, rather…

7000 Islands (Hardie Grant, R544)

7000 Islands (Hardie Grant, R544): This exquisite cookbook is dedicated to the cuisine of the Philippines, documenting the many international influences on its culinary heritage. Divided into sections, such…

Toro Bravo (McSweeney’s, R476)

Toro Bravo (McSweeney’s, R476): This is the unique story of chef patron John Graham and the building of his great Spanish restaurant, Toro Bravo, which has garnered a cult-like…

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