Cookbook Reviews

A great cookbook is the total package: it has delicious recipes that work, beautiful photography, writing that inspires and intrigues, and, most importantly, it covers a type of food that people are excited to eat. A truly amazing cookbook earns its stains through frequent use, and can almost become a family member as it reappears year after year at birthdays and holidays.
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Beautifully Real Food by Sam Murphy

With over 100 recipes, Beautifully Real Food will take you through the day from breakfast to dinner, bringing together Sam’s healthy versions of everyone’s most indulgent meals.

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From The Source – France (Cookbook) by Lonely Planet Food | Book Review

Lonely Planet presents France’s most authentic dishes, direct from the kitchens where they were perfected. From street-food vendors to Michelin-starred chefs, France’s best local cooks share their passion for food and their region’s classic recipes – from impossibly light cheese souffles and rustic coq au vin to delectable macarons.

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From The Source – Mexico (Cookbook) by Lonely Planet Food | Book Review

A Must-Have Cookbook For Your Kitchen – Read our review and enter the free giveaway of this cookbook

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Global Beer Tour by Lonely Planet – Book Review

The Taste of Aussie review of the Lonely Planet’s Global Beer Tour.

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So French So Sweet by Gabriel Gaté

I remembered some years ago watching Gabriel Gaté on SBS (Taste Le Tour) cooking classic recipes along the route of the Tour de France and marvelling at the various dishes he served up

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The World’s Best Superfoods by Lonely Planet Food | Book Review

We delve into the pages of “The World’s Best Superfoods” from Lonely Planet and review the cookbook.

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