Great Food Book ideas for Christmas

A short post on my favourite Foodie books for Xmas gift ideas, so if your looking for a gift for the Foodie in your life these are a great place to start….

River Cottage Meat BookThe River Cottage Meat Book – Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall

Brilliant resource for all your Meat advice, buying tips, recipes et al – A Foodie Library essential.

The Silver SpoonThe Silver Spoon – The only Italian cook book you will ever need! Simply Superb…

Full of classic Italian recipes, ingredients and tips, exhaustive tomb of a book.

The Great Book of Yorkshire PuddingThe Great Book of Yorkshire Pudding – Elaine Lemm & Rosemary Shrager

Quality newly published little book of all things Yorkshire Pudding, includes fab photos of lovely Paganum Meat, great stocking filler!

camper van cookbookThe Camper Van Cookbook – Martin Dorey –

Great feel good book about life on 4 wheels, cooking on 2 rings! follow Martin’s exploits in his VW Camper, cooking his way around beaches & campsites, lifestyle & feel good book with loads of great tips & ideas & not just a recipe book but a really good read.

Clotilde’s Edible Adventures in Paris – Clotilde Dusoulier – a great foodie guide book for all the best & coolest places to eat & explore all the food in Paris “The Parisian friend we all wish we had” another great stocking filler.

Forgotten Skills of Cooking – Darina Allen – the clue is in the name, super detailed book of really useful recipes, tips and experiences from growing up in Ireland in the 50’s.

Ripailles – Stéphane Reynaud – Fiercly Traditional French Cuisine in a fantastically written & illustrated book, lovely quirky style & illustrations that make this a must read.

I could list more & more but this is probably enough to be going on with!

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About cwildman

Local Food Evangelist, 5th Generation Butcher based in the Yorkshire Dales, England. Town End Farm Shop, Artisan Butchery & Charcuterie, Home of The Yorkshire Chorizo.
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