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Cookbooks of 2019

Pinch of Nom, Charred and East are among the titles up for discussion as Sheila Dillon and guests gather in Hay-on-Wye to review 2019's best cookbooks. Featuring Cerys Matthews, Lia Moutselou and The Bookseller's Tom Tivnan.

Presented by Sheila Dillon.
Produced by Clare Salisbury.

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29 minutes

Cookbooks discussed...

The Antarctic Book of Cooking and Cleaning - Wendy Trusler and Carol Devine
Where The Wild Cooks Go - Cerys Matthews
The Consolation of Food - Valentine Warner
Pinch of Nom - Kate Allinson and Kay Featherstone
Midnight Chicken and Other Recipes Worth Living For - Ella Risbridger
Charred - Genevieve Taylor
Baan: Recipes and stories from my Thai home - Kay Plunkett-Hogge 
Leaf - Catherine Phipps
Sardine - Alex Jackson
Crumb: Show The Dough Who's Boss - Richard Bertinet
Zaika - Romy Gill
East - Meera Sodha
Asma's Indian Kitchen - Asma Khan
Sour: The Magical Element That Will Transform Your Cooking - Mark Diacono
The Cider Insider - Susanna Forbes
The World Atlas of Coffee - James Hoffmann
The Gin Lover's Guide To Dating - Nina Kaye
The Beer Kitchen - Melissa Cole
The Story of Japanese Tea - Tyas Sosen


  • Sun 8 Dec 2019 12:32
  • Mon 9 Dec 2019 15:30

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