In multicultural Australian towns and cities, we’re lucky to be able to sample cuisine from all over the planet. But it’s also possible to create incredible international food at your place. Here are some cookbooks to take your tastebuds on a round-the-world trip.
Almost twenty years after French Odyssey, which sold 280,000 copies, Rick returns to his beloved France to discover real, simple French cooking, distilled into this collection of 120 brand-new delicious recipes.
We must cook not only to fill our stomachs, but more importantly to fill our hearts and souls.
If Jamie and the Nonnas on Channel 10 has you drooling, you need the Jamie Cooks Italy cookbook to recreate the mouth-watering recipes at home.
The bestselling author of The Little Paris Kitchen shares over 100 joyful, seasonal recipes from her new Swedish kitchen.
In search of the perfect curry - the very best recipes that India has to offer.
Jamie finds inspiration in the vibrant food of popular short-haul destinations from Morocco, to Greece, to Sweden.
In her second cookbook, Italian-born Silvia Colloca returns to the villages where she spent her childhood, in the regions of Abruzzo, Marche and Molise.
If you think cooking French food involves tricky techniques and long lists of ingredients, you'll love these easy dishes.
A South Pacific resort holiday in your home kitchen!
Al Brown's homage to fish - catching , cooking and eating treasures of the water.
The official follow-up to Rachel Khoo's first book.
How to cook fantastic, authentic Latin American food.
A charming introduction to the basics of Korean cooking in graphic novel form, with 64 recipes, ingredient profiles, and more, presented through light-hearted comics.
* WINNER OF THE 2014 GUILD OF FOODWRITERS FOOD BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD *
The long-awaited third cookbook from Yotam Ottolenghi, exploring the recipes and flavours of his home city of Jerusalem
A vibrant plant-based cookbook from the Guardian 'New Vegan' columnist and award-winning author of Fresh India.
Binge away with all the original texts, prequels, sequels, tie-ins and companions of the year's biggest TV series.
Titles worth revisiting, no matter how much you hated them at school.
Three Penguin Random House novels honoured among the Australian Book Review’s fan favourites.
Stories real and imagined about the moral cost of slavery, and its implications on humanity.