With winter’s icy lick around the corner, we’ve rounded up six of our favourite winter cookbooks released this year, packed with recipes for hearty meals, delicious drinks, and scrummy snacks to help you kick the cold!
Saffron in the Souks by John Gregory-Smith
Gregory-Smith travels the lengths of Lebanon to document the country’s finest cuisines. From meze to veggies; roasts & girlls to stews and bread & pastries to desserts, Gregory’s colourful twist on traditional Lebanese dishes will become a star player in your kitchen.
The Turkish Cookbook by Musa Dagdeviren
In celebration of Turkey’s remarkable Asian and European culinary heritage, Musa shares 550 recipes for bold, aromatic Turkish food. With recipes like shepherd’s salad, borage with walnuts and sautéed broad beans and aubergines, you’ll have a hearty taste of Turkey straight from your dining room table.
Bazaar by Sabrina Ghayour
A collection of deliciously colourful and delectable Eastern veggie dishes, with aromatic spices and herbs to hearty staples like grains and plenty of fresh produce. The mouth-watering roast vegetable bastille and potato is a must, as well as Sabrina’s ricotta & herb dumplings with walnuts & pul biber butter…we can’t get enough.
Skinny Pasta by Julia Azzarello
Who doesn’t love pasta? This time around, you can enjoy a guilt-free meal, knowing every dish is never more 500 calories! From classic dishes with contemporary twists to vegan and veggie options, you’ll have all the comfort food options you’ll need for a cozy evening in.
In the Kitchen with Kris by Kris Jenner
Make a day of guilty Kardashian binge watching and eating with a stunning cookbook and entertainment guide filled with Kris Jenner’s very own insightful tips and favorite recipes. M.J’s black-eyed peas soup is a must for a cold winter’s day inside!
Compiled by Features Writer, Savanna Douglas