The Whole Chicken by Carl Clarke

The Whole Chicken by Carl Clarke

Even if I didn’t love eating chicken as much as I do, I’d find it hard to resist Carl Clarke’s A Whole Chicken with its vibrant green cover splashed with bright yellow and hot pink in the shape of a chicken’s face! The book’s cover promises “100 easy but innovative ways to cook from beak ... Read more »

Fäviken, 4015 Days, Beginning To End by Magnus Nilsson

Fäviken by Magnus Nilsson

There are a few heavyweights in Scandi food whose restaurants pop up in conversation with restless frequency, breathless descriptions of experience and a powerful sense of place bubbling on the lips of critics and food-lovers. Noma, Ekstedt, Fäviken, Frantzén, Maaemo, Geranium. Names like Rene Redzepi and the author of this book, Magnus Nilsson, evoke a ... Read more »

Chorizo, Goats Cheese & Cumin Borek Recipe by Sabrina Ghayour

Chorizo Goats Cheese and Cumin Borek Recipe from Simply by Sabrina Ghayour

I love the way that Sabrina Ghayour takes inspiration from the food traditions of the Middle East, and merges them with ideas and ingredients from around the world to create her own modern British, globally-influenced cooking. That’s very much the case for this Chorizo, Goats Cheese & Cumin Borek from Sabrina’s latest cookbook, Simply. As ... Read more »

Turmeric Chicken Kebabs Recipe by Sabrina Ghayour

Sabrina’s recipes are known for being full of flavour, yet straightforward and achievable to make, and that goes double for the recipes in her latest book, Simply. These delicious turmeric chicken kebabs combine turmeric, honey, yoghurt and fresh lime in a simple marinade, and can be cooked on the hob, in the oven or on ... Read more »

Yoghurt and Spice Roasted Salmon Recipe by Sabrina Ghayour

This Yoghurt and Spice Roasted Salmon recipe from Simply by Sabrina Ghayour is a great example of how few ingredients you need to create a really delicious dish. It’s also very quick to pull together and cook, making it perfect for midweek dinners or quick lunches. Read our full review of Simply by Sabrina Ghayour, ... Read more »

Simply by Sabrina Ghayour

Simply by Sabrina Ghayour

Sabrina Ghayour doesn’t really need much of an introduction as she is a driving force in the UK food industry. She is best known for her simple but flavourful Middle Eastern dishes and her work has featured in many popular publications such as the Guardian and BBC Good Food Magazine. Sabrina’s first cookbook Persiana was ... Read more »

Over 200 Books for Japanophiles

Kavey Eats Japan Books Collection

I am an avid Japanophile! Pete and I have visited Japan three times but hunger for more and I’m often dreaming about, researching and planning for the next trip. I enjoy buying and reading books about Japan, and for many years, I’ve been saving a list of titles I’d like to read to an ever-growing ... Read more »

Kavey Eats Guide to Fantastic Food Books (2020)

2020 Cookbooks Guide

This year we’ve published more in-depth cookery book reviews on Kavey Eats than ever before, sharing a wide range of new titles with you. In today’s post, I’m pulling together a guide to 2020 cookbooks, plus a few favourites from the year before. I hope you discover some great gift ideas for yourself, your family ... Read more »

Chestnut, Pancetta & Rosemary Sharing Wreath

Chestnut, Pancetta and Rosemary Sharing Wreath

This delicious Chestnut, Pancetta & Rosemary Sharing Wreath recipe is courtesy of Carr’s Flour, and is a great way to make use of their high quality range of flours. The wreath recipe calls for Carr’s strong white flour, and combines it with chestnuts, pancetta and rosemary—finished with a whole baked camembert at the centre. It’s ... Read more »

Dan Dan Noodles

Dan Dan Noodles

You can make this delicious recipe for Dan Dan Noodles from Dumplings and Noodles by Pippa Middlehurst with either homemade ramen noodles, or ready-made ones. The recipe leads you through making both the spicy ground beef and the addictively nutty sauce that are key to a great bowl of dan dan mian. Find out more ... Read more »