Simple Provisions

Food does not need to be fancy to be celebrated

My Favourite Cookbooks

These are the cookbooks on my shelf that are most dog-eared and food-splattered. They’re the ones I reach for first when I need inspiration, as well as being the ones I turn to when I want an old favourite recipe. They’ve shaped the way I cook and their pages provide a map of my tastes.

Books From Blogs I Love

The majority of food bloggers create beautiful recipes and images for the love of it. These bloggers not only created amazing blogs, they grew a dedicated audience and created a real-life book for them. Supporting these blogs by buying their books helps thank them for all the recipes we’ve enjoyed from their blog, and, more importantly, helps you make amazing meals.

 

This page is made up of affiliate links, this means I get a small percentage of the sale from Bookworld or Amazon if you end buying a book via one of these links. The selection of the books is not influenced by anything other than the fact I like them. These links will not make me rich! But they may help cover the costs of the blog. Thanks for your support.

2 thoughts on “My Bookshelf

  1. Oh Yottolenghi’s Plenty is a must for me too. I have adapted his freekah pilaff recipe and I can’t stop eating it! Love it.

    Also Steph Alexander’s Kitchen Garden Companion is a good’s too xx

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