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Cook Books

No kitchen is complete without a carefully selected bunch of cook books that contain all the family's favourites. From well-known names, such as Nigella Lawson, Jamie Oliver, and Delia Smith, to collections of recipes from all over the world, there is something for everyone in the world of cook books. Find the recipes of your favourite celebrity chef or go for a thematic cook book to develop your kitchen skills.

Celebrity Chef Cook Books

Celebrity chefs cook book have become increasingly popular in recent years, mostly due to the rise of TV cooking series. Some of the most popular chefs who have published multiple books include Jamie Oliver, a British chef with a health-conscious approach to cooking; Mary Berry, renowned for her everyday and baking recipes; and Davina McCall, who offers smart recipes for those who want to cut back on carbs and sugar.

Special Diets Cook Books

If you're on a special diet, such as a gluten-free, vegan, or Kosher, you can find a wealth of cook books dedicated to your specific needs. Numerous ones are available for lactose-intolerant individuals as well as for vegetarians and those on a low-sodium diet.

Hardback vs. Paperback Cook Books

You can choose to purchase cook books in hardback or paperback editions, with each of the options having pros and cons. Hardcover cook books are more durable and can withstand the trials of a life in a busy kitchen better, but they may be difficult to manoeuvre, especially when your hands are busy. On the other hand, paperback cook books are lightweight and occupy less space, but they are also more prone to bending.

Cook Books for Children

If you would like your little one to help you in the kitchen and have lots of fun doing it, look for children's cook books with simple recipes that your little one can follow, even without much of your help. Alternatively, opt for ones with recipes that are easy to make and suit the nutritional needs of toddlers and young children.

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