Cooking – the books

By Lauraine Jacobs In Food

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29th November, 2012
It has been a bold year for cookbook publishers. There’s little chance of the high interest in food waning for a while yet, and many finely crafted and well-written books have been published locally and overseas. I have drooled over the glossy photos of several restaurant books, been moved to tears by the personal stories of cooks and chefs and occasionally been inspired to jump up from my desk, rush to the kitchen and actually get cooking. Books always make delightful gifts, and finding the appropriate food book for a friend or family member shows thought and care. Don’t forget to include ...

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