Over 120 brand-new recipes from Yotam Ottolenghi's acclaimed restaurant!
Yotam Ottolenghi has changed the way people cook and eat. His emphasis on inspiring flavours, bold spicing and freshness of ingredients has ensured every meal is a celebration.
Following on from Yotam's seminal first cookbook, Ottolenghi: The Cookbook, in this brand-new collection Yotam and long-time collaborator and Head Chef Ramael Scully offer recipes from their outstanding central London restaurant, NOPI.
NOPI: The Cookbook includes over 100 of the most popular dishes. Written with Scully, who brings an Asian-inspired pantry to Ottolenghi's more traditional staples, this stunning book delivers original, inspirational, flavour-packed dishes.
Recipes include Celeriac Tahini Puree with Spiced Cauliflower and Quail's Eggs; Roasted Duck Breast with Hazelnut Beer Butter; Buttermilk Cod with Urid Dhal; Wilted Kale with Fried Chilli and Garlic; Lavender Labneh, Roasted Rhubarb and Pine Nut Biscotti; Cornbread with Grilled Peaches and Maple Cream, and there are even a few cocktails – such as a Sumac Martini and a Saffron Chase.
So whether you have already experienced the joy of NOPI or you just want to make their most popular dish – Burrata with blood orange, coriander seeds and lavender oil – NOPI: The Cookbook will provide you with all the best-loved recipes from Ottolenghi's innovative London restaurant.
Author Information: Ramael Scully (or just Scully, as everyone calls him) was born in 1979 in Malaysia to a mother of Chinese and Indian heritage and a father with Malay and Irish blood. He moved to Sydney at the age of eight, with his mother and sister, where he went to school and then later to catering college. After several years cooking in Australia, Scully moved to London and started working at Ottolenghi Upper Street in 2005. He moved to the NOPI as head chef, when the restaurant opened in 2011. Scully's distinct culinary baggage – the Malaysian flavours of his childhood, his training in the European tradition, his insatiable appetite for Asian ingredients – has been the creative force behind much of what is on the NOPI menu.
Pages: 352 Dimension: 279mm X 204mm Author: OTTOLENGHI, YOTAM AND SCULLEY, RAMAEL
COMING IN PAPERBACK 19 SEPTEMBER 2016 I can think of no other chef that understands the nuances of Asian, and in particular Chinese cooking, better than Neil.' Heston Blumenthal
Neil Perry's love of Chinese food - first eating it, and then cooking it - goes back to his earliest memories. Since then, he has dedicated himself to mastering its unique balance of flavours and textures, culminating in the Spice Temple journey.
Here, in seductive and sultry surroundings, diners experience fiery heat, silken coolness and numbing spice. From signature pickles that fire up the appetite to classic yum cha dumplings, three-shot chicken, and flathead drowned in heaven-facing chillies and Sichuan peppercorns, these are the authentic tastes of regional China.
Pages: 296 Dimension: 309mm X 241mm Author: PERRY, NEIL
Publication Date: Late October 2016
For renowned Australian chef Neil Perry, cooking has always been about one thing: using the best-quality produce. This philosophy guides not only how he cooks in his restaurants, but also the meals he makes at home for family and friends...Good Cooking features over 110 simple yet sophisticated recipes that will entice you into the kitchen and inspire you to cook. They draw on culinary influences both global and local to create amazing flavours for every occasion, with seasonal produce always taking the starring role.
Neil Perry AM is one of Australia's leading and most influential chefs. He has managed several award-winning restaurants in Australia and today concentrates on his flagship brand, the Rockpool Group, which includes Rockpool Bar & Grill, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth; Eleven Bridge, Sydney; Spice Temple, Sydney and Melbourne; Rosetta Ristorante, Melbourne; and various Burger Project venues across Australia. Neil has been creating menus for Qantas since 1997, continually redefining their dining and service, and is the author of Rockpool, Simply Asian, Good Food, Balance & Harmony, Rockpool Bar & Grill, Easy Weekends, Simply Good Food,The Food I Love and Spice Temple. He has also been a major television presenter for a number
Dimension: 260mm X 210mm
Author: PERRY, NEIL
Publication Date: October 2016 The definitive guide to cooking great fish. Written by the most respected authorities on seafood in the country, this landmark publication contains all you need to know about selecting and preparing over 60 types of fish and seafood, including catching methods, notes on sustainability, flavour profiles and cooking guidelines.
More than 130 recipes showcase the delicious potential of the vast array of seafood available, and clear step-by-step photography illustrating the key techniques takes all the guesswork out of cooking seafood at home.
Accompanied throughout by striking imagery, this important book is as beautiful as it is informative, and will become the benchmark reference for anyone interested in cooking and eating fish and seafood.
'The bible for seafood. The only book you'll ever need on the topic.' Neil Perry
'A book Australia not only wants, but needs, written by the only people in the country truly equipped to tackle the task. Essential.' John Lethlean
Milk. Made. is an elegant and comprehensive tour of the art of cheese-making and eating – from selecting cultures, to the practises of production that cross continents, and right through to the best recipes to enjoy them. Within the pages, you will find sections on the key types of cheese (and other dairy products) as well as how to make the cheese, store the cheese, serve the cheese, and the history of the cheese itself. For those who don't want to make it but simply love toeat it, Milk. Made. includes 60 comprehensive recipes such as croque monsieur, onion soup with grilled cheese croutons, beetroot and feta tart, sour cream scones,classic fondue and many more. Beautifully photographed and styled, Milk. Made. also includes profiles and interviews with some of the most inspiring and internationally recognised cheese connoisseurs from around with world. From theUplands Cheese Company in Wisconsin to Carlos Petrini, founder of Slow Food in Italy, and Connecticut nun Mother Noella Marcellino, who is internationally renowned among cheese lovers for her raw milk cheese, to the maturation cellars at Fort Des Rousse on the French/Swiss border. It will also be peppered with chatty snapshots on different talking points of the cheese world including raw milk cheese, the relationship between cheese and wood and the dark art of maturation. At once casual, familiar, sophisticated and cultured, this book is the ultimate guide to cheese-making and the best cheeses of the world. Nick Haddow is the founder of Bruny Island Cheese Company on Bruny Island, Tasmania. He moved to Tasmania in 2001, first to work at the internationally renowned Pyengana Dairy, before moving on to his own business in 2003. He has a long background in hospitality and food: his cheese mentors include Will Studd and Richard Thomas (two of the biggest names in Australia); he won a Queen's Trust Grant to work with cheese makers in Europe; scored a gig with Randolph Hodgson at Neal's Yard Dairy in London;and returned to work alongside Studd and Stephanie Alexander in setting up Richmond Hill Cafe & Larder – at the time considered the best cheese retailer in Australia. Since opening the Bruny Island Cheese Company, he has quickly earned a reputation for excellence – as well as for a long time being the only legally recognised producer of raw milk cheese in Australia. He has an online shop and a 16,000-strong cheese club membership, who receive regular deliveries of cheese, dispatched all over Australia from Bruny Island. He also has a cellar door at Bruny Island, a stall at Salamanca Market in central Hobart, and a cellar door under the stairs at the Salamanca Arts Centre. Nick has a media profile courtesy of his supporting role with Ross O'Meara in Matthew Evans Gourmet Farmer series on SBS. The trio have written two books: The Gourmet Farrmer Deli Book, and Gourmet Farmer Goes Fishing.
Pages: 288 Dimension: 248mm X 195mm Author: HADDOW, NICK
Publication Date: 31 October 2016
These menus are intended to give pleasure to those who love to cook and love to share. I like to imagine that this book will lead to many wonderful parties around a table.' Stephanie Alexander If you love to bring family and friends together around your table, enjoy setting the table, cooking up a storm and anticipating the pleasure of good food and conversation, this new recipe book from much-loved Australian cookery icon Stephanie Alexander's will become a fast favourite. In The Cook's Table, Stephanie shares 25 of her favourite menus for entertaining family and friends, from special occasions such as Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Mother's Day and Father's Day, to menus inspired by her travels in France, Italy, Turkey and Peru. This must-have guide to entertaining includes 130 new tried and tested recipes, all accompanied by beautiful images by photographer Mark Chew. With Stephanie's reassuring voice by your side, you need never think twice about inviting friends and family over for a meal. Simply choose a menu to suit your occasion or mood and send the invitations out, secure in the knowledge that all the planning has been done for you u every menu includes a shopping list and detailed timetable for the cook, along with Stephanie's trusty tips and tricks for hosting the perfect event.
Publication Date: 17 October 2016! Belinda Jeffery takes her culinary inspiration from the impressive array of locally grown produce, available to her through farmers' markets, friendly neighbours and of course her own garden. With her trademark love of good food prepared simply, Belinda constantly finds new and surprising ways to bring seasonal flavours and textures together. And this imaginative new collection is no exception. These days, salads can go far beyond a quiet dish on the side. Belinda shows that they may be enjoyed at any time of the day, from fig, bocconcini, rocket and frizzled smoked pancetta salad for brunch, herb-roasted chicken, fried bread and watercress salad for dinner, and a stunning dragon fruit, peach and lychee compote with brown sugar yoghurt to finish. So whether you are looking for something pared-back and elegant or a riot of colour jumping off the plate, you are bound to find the right salad for every season. Delicious food, cooked with love. What could be better?"
Pages: 272 Dimension: 256mm X 194mm Author: JEFFERY, BELINDA
Alimentari literally means ‘good food and camaraderie’ and that is just what is celebrated at this cult cafe. Full of cafe and deli favourites, Alimentari recipes are perfect for sharing and entertaining with friends and family. It’s where Mediterranean meets Middle Eastern, and where delicious, wholesome ingredients and accessible techniques combine to create the perfect book for home cooking. Think incredible salads, beautiful breakfasts and dinners for entertaining or for the family. The book starts with morning (early breakfast and brunch), midday (light salads, takeaways, mains salads, sitting in), later (Lebanese, from the woodfire, sweets). And finishes with pickles, preserves and condiments. Recipe examples include breakfast favourites such as spanish tortilla; mini ciabatta with scrambled eggs, prosciutto, sea salt; chickpea coriander fritters; and semolina porridge with rhubarb compote. A dedicated salad section includes delicious recipes like like soybean, kale, mint, spring onion and lemon salad; risoni pasta with grilled zucchini, Greek feta, lemon and mint; mother-in-law tabouleh salad; and lunch specials like felafel and kibbeh wraps; stunning sanwiches; and chickpea, fregola and wild fennel soup. Dinners include easy recipes for the family or fuss-free but impressive meals that are perfect for entertaining like suckling pig and fennel lasagne; meatballs; eggplant cannelloni filled with ricotta; Portugese fish stew and cabbage rolls filled with mince lamb, mint, rice, garlic and tomato. Dessert and afternoon tea lovers are not forgotten with Persian love cake; fig and marscapone tartin; red velvet cakes; and baklava. Alimentari recipes are perfect for easy weeknight dinners, entertaining with friends, healthy and flavoursome salads and sandwiches, as well as old favourites for that lazy weekend morning breakfast or afternoon tea. It's the ideal book for the home cook who wants to eat well without the fuss. Like having your favourite corner cafe at home, Alimentari shares the secrets of the best recipes for how we eat today.
Dimension: 270mm X 215mm
Author: MALCOLM, LINDA
The perfect guide for professional chefs in training and aspiring amateurs, this fully illustrated, comprehensive step-by-step manual covers all aspects of preparing, cooking and serving delicious, high-end food. An authoritative, unique reference book, it covers 250 core techniques in extensive, ultra-clear step-by-step photographs. These techniques are then put into practice in 70 classic and contemporary recipes, designed by chefs. With over 1,800 photographs in total, this astonishing reference work is the essential culinary bible for any serious cook, professional or amateur.
The Institut Paul Bocuse is a world-renowned centre of culinary excellence, based in France. Founded by 'Chef of the Century' Paul Bocuse, the school has provided the very best cookery and hospitality education for twenty-five years.
This lushly illustrated book features 80 of the world's very best and most timeless dining destinations, plus hundreds of food experiences to savour in more than twenty countries. It is ripe with tips on how to snag a booking, best times to dine, destination and signature dishes, top tables, and inside knowledge that might save you a fortune or get you onto the chef's table.Around the World in 80 Dinners reveals what makes these standout restaurants courtesy of two very seasoned food travellers who share their impressive trip notes
Dimension: 225mm X 170mm
Author: APELGREN, JANNE AND SAVILL, JOANNA
Capturing the essence of world-renowned chef Peter Gilmore's food: nature, texture, intensity, purity.
While there is a layered complexity to world-renowned chef Peter Gilmore's ethereal - yet grounded - cuisine, his philosophy of cooking is relatively simple. Just four elements are required to create perfect unison in a dish: nature, texture, intensity and purity...In this book, Peter invites the reader to share in his private obsession with nature - when not in the kitchen at Sydney's Quay restaurant, he is working in his experimental garden where he grows a huge array of edible plant species. Each component of a plant, from sweet, earthy roots to bitter fronds and fragrant blossoms, is potentially destined for inclusion in one of the 40 exquisite dishes featured here. Peter also introduces us to the many influences on his cooking, and to the people who grow, catch and source key ingredients. Images include intensely beautiful food and ingredient shots, as well as producers and produce photographed on location.
Peter Gilmore is executive chef of the three-hatted Quay restaurant in Sydney, which appeared on the S. Pellegrino World's 50 Best Restaurants list for five years in a row. Peter's first cookbook, Quay: Food Inspired by Nature, published in 2010, showcased his nature-based cuisine, organic presentation and the fine dining experience at Quay. He is also executive chef at Bennelong restaurant at the The Sydney Opera House.
Pages: 288 Dimension: 310mm X 255mm Author: GILMORE, PETER
Food is only part of the story.The act of cooking and eating is made all the more pleasurable when it is shared with loved ones. In this first-ever Gourmet Traveller hardcover cookbook we celebrate the art of entertaining with our favourite menus, from a clambake by the beach to a winter feast on the farm, a lazy lunch by the fire to a cocktail party at sunset, to Christmas and Easter and all other festive occasions in between. These are recipes to share with friends, presented in sumptuous settings along with foolproof cooking tips, because the enjoyment of food is taken to another level when you gather your nearest and dearest around the table. It's about good food and good times in equal measure. Join the party with this show-stopping cookbook.
Publication Date: Late October 2016
"Ottolenghi changed the way we cook in this country just as surely and enduringly as Elizabeth David's A Book of Mediterranean Food had in 1950. It brought into our kitchens bold flavours, a vivid simplicity, a spirited but never tricksy inventiveness and, above all, light.' Nigella Lawson Inspired by their childhoods in West and East Jerusalem, Yotam Ottolenghi's and Sami Tamimi's original cookbook Ottolenghi: The Cookbook showcases fresh, honest, bold cooking and has become a culinary classic. Yotam and Sami's inventive yet simple dishes rest on numerous culinary traditions, ranging from North Africa to Lebanon, Italy and California. First published in 2008, this new updated edition revisits the 140 original recipes covering everything from accomplished meat and fish main courses, through to healthy and quick salads and suppers, plus Ottolenghi's famously delectable cakes and breads. A new introduction sheds fresh light on a book that has become a national favourite. Ottolenghi is an award-winning chef, being awarded with the James Beard Award 'Cooking from a Professional Point of View' for Nopi in 2016, and 'International Cookbook' for Jerusalem in 2013. In 2013 he also won four other awards for Jerusalem. Praise for Ottolenghi: '(A) book that has barely left my kitchenathe fact that Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi have been generous to put their recipes in a book is something I had long dreamed of' Nigel Slater, The Observer Magazine 'Possibly the best cookery book I have ever owned. The recipesaare well-tested and produce results that will astound your tastebuds. Try the aubergine-wrapped ricotta gnocchi with sage butter, the chicken with three-rice salad or their famous meringues and you'll know just what I mean.' Caroline Jowett, Daily Express 'A wonderful book for vegetarians and cake lovers alike' Bee Wilson, Sunday Times"
Author: OTTOLENGHI, YOTAM AND TAMIMI, SAMI
The Ultimate Cook’s Manual gives readers all the technical know-how required to become an expert in the art of cooking. Each of the recipes feature a full-colour cross-section illustration, step-by-step photography and a hero image in order to both inspire the reader and demystify the building blocks of cooking, with reference to French classics. The Ultimate Cook’s Manual includes basics (preparing meat; preparing fish; sauces; stocks; emulsions) as well as recipes for fish and seafood (confit salmon; cod in herb crust), meat (roast chicken with herb butter; rabbit with mustard sauce; pot-au-feu), vegetables (potatoes dauphine; glazed brussels sprouts; asparagus in sabayon) and warm and cold entrees (gravlax of salmon; salmon tartare; scallop carpaccio; cheese souffle; ravioli with fois gras; crepes souffle). A comprehensive glossary includes tips for plating, chopping, setting a table and essential utensils. It is beautifully shot and illustrated and is a wonderful companion to the hugely successful title Patisserie hb $59.99
Pages: 288 Dimension: 326mm X 245mm Author: MAGNIER-MORENO, MARIANNE
Australians are beginning to change the way they eat – from an interest in local produce to an awareness of the impact that meat has on their health and on the planet – and Matthew Evans is here to help. For the Love of Meat is a book inspired by the SBS documentary of the same name (screening October). Its mission is to encourage people to think differently about the protein they consume - including how much, where it comes from, and how sustainable it is. Along with chefs from all over Australia, author and host Matthew Evans of Gourmet Farmer fame has created dinner recipes that reframe the role of meat in our diet – helping Australians make the most of the meat they buy and teaching them the best-value and most ethical ways to consume it. With informative 500-word breakouts that explore the subject in more depth as well as recipes from a host of favourite chefs from across the country, For the Love of Meat will start a new conversation in Australian homes about food, agriculture and sustainability without compromising on eating well every day.
For the Love of Meat is a book inspired by the SBS television documentary of the same name (screening for three weeks from October 20, 2016). It's a conversation starter - designed to prompt people to think differently about both the sources of the meat they consume - as well as how much. It is not a blueprint for vegetarianism - rather it is a start point for people to think differently about the role of protein in their everyday meals.
Dimension: 265mm X 215mm
Author: EVANS, MATTHEW