Five inspiring autumn cookbooks

28 September 2017 by
First published: 28 September 2017

Five inspiring autumn cookbooks

Get cooking with these five inspiring autumn cookbooks.

The summer may be over, but it’s not all doom and gloom! The leaves are turning red and gold, the floor-length scarves are coming out and the food is absolutely scrumptious.

Autumn is a fantastic time for foodies, with mounds of seasonal fruits, vegetables and spices available for you to experiment with in the kitchen.

With that in mind, it’s time to get cooking with these five inspiring autumn cookbooks!

Five inspiring autumn cookbooks

Let’s get real

Mike McEnearney believes strongly in the power of nutritious food, which is evident in his book Real Food by Mike. This book is highly informative, detailing the health benefits of a number of natural ingredients, explaining which foods are best to eat at different times of the year and giving you a variety of quick and easy seasonal recipes to try at home. Cook up a storm in the kitchen this autumn with some of Mike’s recipes, including Celeriac & Apple Soup with Walnuts & Cloves and his crowd-pleasing Freekah-stuffed Duck with Saffron, Olives & Preserved Lemon.

£20, amazon.co.uk

Five inspiring autumn cookbooks

Take a trip across the world

Inspired by Ayurveda, Jasmine Hemsley’s East by West will take you on a journey to the other side of the world and back again. Already renowned for her work with her sister Melissa as one half of Hemsley + Hemsley, Jasmine’s travels through India and Sri Lanka compelled her to share their holistic practices, astounding flavours and mindful way of life in her first solo book. In this day and age, finding spare moments for peace and clarity can be hard, but this book will help you feel more balanced from the inside out, with a combination of wholesome recipes and simple Ayurvedic rituals for you to try.

£25, amazon.co.uk

Five inspiring autumn cookbooks

Charitable eating

For every restaurant booking made on charitablebookings.com, the inspirational organisation donates £1 per diner to a charity of your choice from a massive list of worthy causes. However, that’s not all! Their cookbook is bound to tickle your taste buds, with 365 ravishing recipes from 365 of the UK’s leading chefs. The ChariTable Bookings Signature Dish Recipe Book is a fantastic cookbook to give to someone as a gift. Plus, every purchase of the book will make a difference to the world by benefitting those in need.

£40 including a £5 donation to a charity of the recipient’s choice, charitablebookings.com

Five inspiring autumn cookbooks

The Great British foodie

Nadiya Hussain became a national sweetheart when she was crowned Bake Off winner. Since then, Nadiya’s gone from strength to strength, continuing to share her love of food with her flavoursome recipes and even baking a cake for the Queen on her 90th birthday. Nadiya’s British Food Adventure follows Nadiya as she explores the wonders of British food while also adding her own signature twist. From halloumi and watermelon skewers to rhubarb and custard ice cream sandwiches, this cookbook will make you feel nostalgic, hungry and ready to throw on your apron.

£20, amazon.co.uk

Five inspiring autumn cookbooks

Ready, steady, cook!

Are you struggling to lead a healthier lifestyle but desperately want to? If so, then Kathryne Taylor’s book Love Real Food is the ideal guide for you. This cookbook has all the advice, information and recipes that you need to start eating and preparing meals that are full of healthy goodness. Kathryne is an engaging cook, her 108K followers on Instagram are testament to that, and the recipes in her book are surprisingly simple to make, with tasty dishes including her banana oat bread, her pesto and quinoa power salad and her jasmine tea mojitos.

£21.99, amazon.co.uk

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