I’ve enjoyed lots and lots of great cookery books this year, and reviewed several of them here on Kavey Eats.
Tokyo Cult Recipes by Maori Murota.
Read my full review of Tokyo Cult Recipes.
Find Tokyo Cult Recipes on Amazon.
Grow Your Own Cake by Holly Farrell.
Read my full review of Grow Your Own Cake.
Find Grow Your Own Cake on Amazon.
Vegetable Perfection by Mat Follas.
Read my full review of Vegetable Perfection.
Find Vegetable Perfection on Amazon.
Pride and Pudding by Regula Ysewijn.
Read my full review of Pride and Pudding.
Find Pride and Pudding on Amazon.
Everyday Harumi by Harumi Kurihara.
Read my full review of Everyday Harumi.
Find Everyday Harumi on Amazon.
Ferment Pickle Dry by Simon Poffley and Gaba Smolinksa-Poffley.
Read my full review of Ferment Pickle Dry.
Find Ferment Pickle Dry on Amazon.
Chocolate: Indulge Your Inner Chocoholic by Dom Ramsey.
Read my full review of Chocolate: Indulge Your Inner Chocoholic.
Find Chocolate: Indulge Your Inner Chocoholic on Amazon.
If you are looking for more great cookery books, check out my round up of cookbooks from 2015 here.
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Please leave a comment - I love hearing from you!7 Comments to "Kavey Eats Cookbooks 2016"
I really want to get the books by Regula and Mat Follas. Cataloguing cookbooks via Eat Your Books sounds so useful. Off to enter!
I was lucky enough to win a lifetime EYB subscription through you a while ago, and I have to say it’s probably the most useful thing I have ever won. Hate the new-ish front page and will never stop saying that, but as a tool it is brilliant.
Yes, I’m not as keen on the current front page layout as previous either. But I do love the service itself, sooo useful!
I’d quite like one of each of these but, if I had to choose, there is definitely room on my groaning shelves for Grow Your Own Cake (especially after the rain came through the ceiling and murdered part of my collection!)
Oh noooo! That would be so upsetting. Hope your insurance will cover the cost of replacing all the ones you lost!
Great giveaway and fantastic round up of books, especially now when I’m looking for Christmas foodie gifts!
Thanks, hope you find some gift ideas! You can get a signed copy of Chocolate from the author’s site!