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Must-Have Cookbooks: March 2013

Here are our must-have picks for cookbooks this month.

Must-Have Cookbooks: March 2013

The Amalfi Coast: A Collection Of Italian Recipes

By Katie & Giancarlo Caldesi

Hardie Grant

The Amalfi Coast is one of Italy’s magical spots: a sun-drenched land that looks like a glamorous film-set. Join Katie Caldesi and her husband Giancarlo as they search for the food that defines the area. Feast on crispy pizza garnished with fresh mozzarella and basil, delicious pastas drenched with tomato sauce, and tarts straight out of Nonna’s kitchen.

My Feast

By Peter Kuruvita

Hardie Grant

In My Feast, chef Peter Kuruvita explores the culture of Sri Lanka, the Cook Islands, Indonesia, Vanuatu, and the Philippines, and shares the heritage of their unique cuisine. My Feast blends traditional cookery from these locations with Kuruvita’s own unique style. Featuring dozens of exotic recipes, the book is broken into seven chapters based on food type (including street food, seafood, and meat and poultry).

The Engine Room

By Natalia Schamroth & Carl Koppenhagen

Random House

When chefs Schamroth and Koppenhagen opened The Engine Room Eatery in Auckland in 2006 it was not only the first restaurant they had opened together, it was also a place they had always dreamed about: an informal eatery with a menu based on their extensive travel. The eatery has since won many awards. This is their first cookbook, and it shares their recipes and inspiration.

The Engine Room

By Natalia Schamroth & Carl Koppenhagen

Random House

When chefs Schamroth and Koppenhagen opened The Engine Room Eatery in Auckland in 2006 it was not only the first restaurant they had opened together, it was also a place they had always dreamed about: an informal eatery with a menu based on their extensive travel. The eatery has since won many awards. This is their first cookbook, and it shares their recipes and inspiration.

Ruth Pretty Cooks at Home

By Ruth Pretty

Penguin

From her signature roast chicken, herb stuffing and bacon sandwiches to her deliciously rich blackcurrant and wine chocolate crème brûlée, this cookbook shares Pretty’s clever cooking ideas, entertaining secrets, and more than 100 delectable recipes. So gather your loved ones and spoil them with these delightful dishes from one of New Zealand’s best-loved chefs.

The Complete Middle Eastern Cookbook

By Tess Mallos

Hardie Grant

Tess Mallos’ influential and iconic cookbook has been completely revised and updated in this beautiful new edition. Mallos delves into the history and culinary repertoire of 18 countries including Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Iraq, Iran, and Lebanon, covering over 500 classic and contemporary dishes.

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