New Releases in Cookbooks by Bloomsbury Publishing

Highlighting some new release cookbooks today with thanks to Bloomsbury Publishing for the beautiful copies! Members of my household are eager for me to actually start cooking and baking from these but they’ve got a wee bit longer to wait before that happens. In the meantime, in case these spark your interest…

Bake by Paul Hollywood out now ๐Ÿง sharing his best ever recipes for classic bakes.

River Cottage Great Salads by Gelf Alderson out now ๐Ÿฅฌ just in time for the warmer months and all those seasonal ingredients starting to pop back up in the supermarket fresh section.

Good Comfort by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall out 5 October ๐Ÿฒ where he makes comfort food healthier, not by taking the tasty things out, but by adding more in, making use of whole ingredients and seasonal diversity.

I’m looking forward to trying out some new recipes as well as cooking a few favourites in a new way. If you’re like me and also love looking at cookbooks for the gorgeous food shots, you can’t go wrong with each of these. Plus, once you’re done with the recipes, you can always just prop the Paul Hollywood one up on the bench and gaze at his beautiful face. There’s something for everyone in these books!

Enjoy and good reading/eating!

8 thoughts on “New Releases in Cookbooks by Bloomsbury Publishing

    • I love your review! I only received this today but as I have three new cookbooks sent and not much time for anything beyond my go to menu at the moment, I thought it would be awhile before I actually cooked anything from either of them, hence the simple promo post. Son has had his knee surgery, it went well, but his recovery will be more prolonged as he had more damage than at first thought. So I have significantly increased parental duties at present. Reading time is low and the days are not nearly long enough!


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