Stephen Terry is one of the UK’s best respected chefs. Having cut his teeth under Marco Pierre White, at the two-Michelin star Harveys, in London, he roomed with a youthful Gordon Ramsay, for whom he was later best man.
Stephen has won a series of Michelin stars and worked in some of the best restaurants in England and France. He won a Michelin star at the Walnut Tree, in Abergavenny, before creating the much-loved Hardwick.
His debut book features contributions from: Angela Hartnett, Ashley Palmer-Watts, Claude Bosi, Fergus Henderson, Glynn Purnell, Gregg Wallace, Jason Atherton, James Martin, Mark Sargeant, Michel Roux Jr, Nathan Outlaw, Paul Ainsworth, Rowley Leigh, Lady Ruth Rogers, Simon Hopkinson, Shaun Hill, Simon Rogan, Tom Kerridge, Tom Kitchin and more.
Exclusive signed copies of Carol Decker’s 5-***** autobiography, personally autographed by the T’Pau Star.
Anand George is a multi-award-winning chef whose innovative Keralan cuisine is the product of a remarkable sojourn from India to the UK. This fascinating, lavishly photographed book was shot on location in Kerala and at Anand's signature restaurant, The Purple Poppadom, in Cardiff. The 5,000-Mile Journey is more than just a cook book. A detailed biography recalls Anand's story, from his formative years in southern India through placements at kitchens across India to a stint at the Michelin-starred Zaika, of Kensington, in London, to the launch of his own restaurant, in South Wales. There is an extensive glossary, explanations about notable ingredients and a selection of base recipes, that will help both chefs and home cooks alike to perfect their Southern Indian cuisine.
Bryan Webb is one of the UK's most revered chefs. The Michelin Star holder cooks at Tyddyn Llan, in Corwen, north Wales, and this 288-page book celebrates his 40 years at the pass. Lavishly photographed by Andy Richardson, it looks back through the decades, featuring favourite recipes from the 1970s through to the 2010s. A foreword from award-winning author and Michelin Star chef Shaun Hill, from The Walnut Tree, pays tribute to the excellence of Chef Webb's food. With anecdotes from throughout the decades, this is a delightful title that will appeal to chefs, foodies and guests to Chef Webb's beautiful and idyllic restaurant with rooms at Tyddn Llan, in Snowdonia, North Wales.
Award-winning Ludlow baker Robert Swift is part of a dynasty.
The debut-book from the multi-award-winning and Stephen Terry, from The Hardwick, at Abergavenny
Suree Coates was named UK Thai Chef of the Year in 2012 - and Cook Thai is her debut book
Gus decided to write his own book, Flavour, after working as a chef for more than 20 years
Steve Morey is a chef’s chef. Having worked with some of the biggest names in the business
The debut book from Claire Bosi
Out-of-the-box chef Chris Burt is a creative dynamo
Award-winning chocolatier Melanie Fallon started making confectionary to help save her life
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