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Book review: Delicious Gifts

Book review: Delicious Gifts

Delicious Gifts By Rob and Amber Kirby Absolute Press, £18.99 Delicious Gifts is the third publication from Rob Kirby, chef-director of Lexington  Catering. For this book, he has partnered with his wife Amber t ... Read more
Book review: The Great Dixter Cookbook

Book review: The Great Dixter Cookbook

There is nothing new about chefs planning their menus around the kitchen garden. The gardens at Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons in Great Milton, Oxfordshire, and Gravetye Manor near East Grinstead in West S ... Read more
Book review: Prime by Richard H Turner

Book review: Prime by Richard H Turner

Mitchell Beazley, £25 Cue the meat sweats because Richard H Turner, executive chef of the steak restaurant group Hawksmoor, and the brains behind the almighty Meatopia festival has released a new book. At a tim ... Read more
Book review: Take 3, by various chefs

Book review: Take 3, by various chefs

I’m unsure about the tagline for Take 3, a new book showcasing the culinary skills of 13 chefs who currently work across the Bespoke Hotels portfolio that now numbers more than 200 properties worldwide. Read more
Book review: Tom Kerridge’s Dopamine Diet

Book review: Tom Kerridge’s Dopamine Diet

Over the past three years, Tom Kerridge has lost a whopping 12 stone after devising his own diet plan. So, of course, I was intrigued to read his new book and find out how he achieved such a colossal loss. ... Read more
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