Cookbooks are a perfect gift for anyone who likes to get creative in the kitchen and this list has every type of occasion catered for, from Christmas Day dinners to relaxed weekend brunches and beyond.
Scandinavian Comfort Food: Embracing the Art of Hygge by Trine Hahnemann — Hygge, the Danish term for all things cosy that give people a sense of wellbeing, is one of 2016’s words of the year and thanks to Trine Hahnemann you can now bring this concept to your dinner table. Her cookbook has more than 130 recipes celebrating the laid-back comfort of Scandinavian home cooking and is perfect for anyone wanting to try out the hygge lifestyle.
Jamie Oliver’s Christmas Cookbook — This Christmas cookbook does exactly what it says on the tin: it’s got everything you could want to make on the big day covered, from starters to leftovers, and offers a lot of options in between (and that includes edible gifts, just FYI).
Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay and the Bread Street Kitchen Team — Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen offers people the chance to enjoy relaxed, all day dining, and this new cookbook is perfect for anyone who wants to recreate the feel of the restaurant at home with 100 recipes that range from sea trout with clams to a slow roast pork belly.Continue Reading