Review and Giveaway: Three Quadrille Cookery Books by James Martin, Anjum Anand, Tom Kitchin

Just in case Father Christmas doesn’t deliver lots of brand new cookery books to you on Christmas Day, the lovely folks at Quadrille Publishing have offered me three of their top Quadrille cookery books as a giveaway prize for one of my readers. These will keep you going well into 2013, and will provide you with plenty of inspiration for your cooking in the New Year.

Quadrille Books

1. James Martin Slow Cooking – Mouthwatering Recipes with Minimum Effort (RRP £20) Quadrille Publishing


Put your hands up if you love James Martin. He’s the cheeky Northern chappie who presents BBC’s Saturday Kitchen and he has a very loyal army of fans. His food is often inspired by British, comfort cooking, the kind of food your grandmother would cook for you. James’ family were pig and cattle farmers, so they would often eat hearty slow cooked stews, such as beef stew with dumplings. Slow Cooking offers a good mix of easy-to-throw-together soups, slow vegetable bakes, fish, one-pots, slow roasts, stews and braises and my very favourite chapters, slow puddings and slow bakes. I would love to lock myself away in a log cabin somewhere for the winter and I’d be very happy if I only had this book to cook from and a stash of red wine. Recipes I immediately want to cook are the Potato and Turnip Dauphinoise, the Miso-Marinated Monkfish, Ultimate Roast Chicken (a recipe based on one by Thomas Keller where the chicken is soaked in brine), the Treacle-Glazed Ham Hocks. To finish, I want to make the Jam roly poly, which has just five ingredients. You’ll love this one.

2. Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feasts – RRP £19.00 Quadrille Publishing


I met Anjum Anand at Food Blogger Connect in 2011 and I remember her saying at the time that she was writing a vegetarian cookery book. She demonstrated and served us all her Grilled Courgette Carpaccio, with Chickpea Salsa and Pistachio Dressing, a recipe which features in this book. It was one of those dishes that created an immediate impression and I remember coming straight home to make it. I think this is a really interesting book because it has allowed Anjum to draw upon her Indian heritage and memories of being raised by a vegetarian mother. Anjum’s father ate meat and so Anjum remembers eating both rich, meaty curries as well as vegetable and lentil dishes.  Anjum also then married a vegetarian, who came from a generation of vegetarians and so she inherited recipes and advice from her new family, too. Her own children are vegetarian. I also like the fact that Anjum says that many of the recipes are a reflection of the diversity of India’s regional food, but she also includes recipes that have inspired her during her travels. She also adds in recipes that she just likes and cooks at home often, the ones that are ‘hanging by a home-spun cotton thread to an Indian heritage, but are too delicious not to be included.’ An example of that is the very first recipe in the book, a Coconut French Toast, or Anjum’s Mango, Pomegranate, Berry and Coconut Trifle towards the back.  I’d love to try the Smokey Spiced Aubergines and Anjum’s Easy Everyday Lentil Curry, most of all. Rest assured, I’ll be cooking my way through this colourful book in the New Year!

3. Tom Kitchin – Kitchin Suppers (RRP £20) Quadrille Publishing


For a very long time, I have wanted to take a trip up to Edinburgh to visit Tom’s restaurant The Kitchin. Tom is a renowned Scottish chef who was trained by Pierre Koffmann, Guy Savoy and Alain Ducasse.  Tom very quickly received a Michelin star, just six months after opening The Kitchin. I am sometimes wary of books by celebrity chefs, just because I think they often can’t help being cheffy and so the recipes don’t translate well for the home cook. But this book, and I have saved the best to talk about till last, has left me completely smitten. Not only are the recipes homely, comforting and easy to follow, the book reads like a great big Scottish tartan blanket-wrapped hug! In his introduction, Tom says that he and his photographer, Laura Edwards, prepared and photographed all of the dishes in the book, just as Tom would cook them and serve them at home, and I believe him. At the back of the book, Tom thanks his ‘wee boys’ for coming along to photo shoots on Sundays and Mondays. Best of all, for anyone, who, like me,  has extreme prop envy (think rustic bowls, a roast saddle of lamb nestled in a big pile of hay and tables graced with thick tartan fabrics) there are some props credits sourced by Polly Webb-Wilson in the back, too. I have already made Tom’s Pears Poached in Chocolate (photo below) and will be off to the pet shop to find some eating hay on which to cook my own saddle of lamb with Boulangere Potatoes laying beneath. A stunning book, well worth adding to your list or buying for the foodie in your life.

Chocolate Poached Pears

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  1. Sue lempkowski says:

    James martin – slow cooking

  2. Ian Yates says:

    Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feasts please

  3. Erin Satterly says:

    Without hesitation, Tom Kitchin. I’ve always loved his food.
    Being a classically trained chef, most of his recipes are complicated for the home cook. This book looks like the one that was missing : High quality, home-cooked supper ideas !

  4. Diane Nicholl says:

    I’d love the Slow Cooking, just assemble everything, prep and forget that’s my kind of cooking.

  5. Victoria Ashley says:

    James Martin’s Slow Cooking

  6. malt says:

    James Martin fabulous recipes

  7. Sheri Darby says:

    I’d love the Indian vegetarian feast as three of my kids are vegetarian

  8. Claire Popplewell says:

    James Martin – slow cooking, bought a slow cooker and so far only managed cooking a joint of beef! Need ideas.

  9. Michelle Rayner says:

    Slow Cooking by James Martin

  10. Emma Wolski says:

    Tom Kitchen as I haven’t heard of him and like to try something new!

  11. The Tom Kitchin book because I’ve liked him since I saw him on Great British Menu and liked his whole ethos – plus I fancy him 😉

  12. Kelly Hirst says:

    James Martin – I’m a huge fan, I think he’s great!

  13. Matt Brasier says:

    James Martins book please!!

  14. laura martin says:

    James’s Martins book as i’m just getting into Slow Cooking

  15. Sarah Lee says:

    Tom Kitchin – Kitchin Suppers

  16. Kirsty Elliott says:

    Definitely Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feast

  17. Cherryl Thomas says:

    It’s Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feasts for me.

  18. angela sandhu says:

    Has to be Anjum Anand

  19. DAWN TOTTON says:

    James Martin – Slow Cooking. I think it looks great and would have some fab ideas.

  20. Nickie Chapman says:

    Tom Kitchin – I don’t have anything like his yet!

  21. alicia roberts says:

    As a veggie and an Indian food lover, the Anjun Anand tickles my fancy the most

  22. Daniel Davies says:

    The Indian vegetarian feast book would be great as my girlfriend is veggie and I want to cook something nice!!

  23. james darrington says:

    James Martin – Slow Cooking

  24. Fran Douglas says:

    I would love the James Martin Slow Cooking book.

  25. Rebecca Sellers says:

    Indian Feast would be something new to try

  26. Catherine Gregory says:

    Slow Cooking by James Martin please

  27. Michelle Kitchen says:

    The James Martin book

  28. Julie Picton says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking please

  29. Kitchin Suppers, as it sounds so different with the hay!

  30. Lorraine Foster says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking

  31. Caroline james says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking

  32. Joy Dehany says:

    Hiya, I’d choose James martin’s Slow.

  33. Carmel Cheshire says:

    Tom Kitchin – Kitchin Suppers

  34. Emma Hart says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking

  35. Kevin Laing says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking

  36. John Forster says:

    Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feasts – yummy

  37. mandy crawford says:

    james martin although i really wanna read the tom kitchin one 😉

  38. Scott Caldon says:

    My favourite would have to be James’ book

  39. 3. Tom Kitchin – Kitchin Suppers

  40. I’m most interested in James Martin’s book as I already have a few of his books and I find all his recipes work very well (and he’s lovely!)

  41. James Martin Slow Cooking is the one I am most interested in but they all look good!

  42. Helen Aiken says:

    I love Indian food, so it would definitely be Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feasts that I’d love the most.

  43. Jenny Rogers says:

    James Martin – Slow Cooking

  44. Angie Hoggett says:

    Tom Kitchin – brill chef!

  45. Lani Nash says:

    Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feast

  46. sarah ramsey says:

    James martin I love his simple yet fabulous food

  47. Joanne Crosby says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking

  48. Annamarie Riddiford says:

    tom kitchen please


    James Martin – Slow Cooking please

  50. The James Martin one 🙂

  51. Maria Jane Knight says:

    James Martin – Slow Cooking for when i need a rest and what to sit back and let the oven do the work!

  52. Jamie Butt says:

    Anjums Vegetarian Cooking…. what a treat!

  53. Lesley Cohen Wright says:

    Love cookery books but would love the James Martin one

  54. Anjums vegatarian cooking looks great – really need to eat more veg – just get put off if its bland – need something to spice things up – Anjum can do that!!

  55. Charlotte H says:

    They all sound awesome, but would love the James Martin one!

  56. Jackie ONeill says:

    tough choice but James Martin would be my first.

  57. Natalie Henderson says:

    Slow Cooking by James Martin looks lovely!! 🙂

  58. Lisa Wilkinson says:

    James Martin – Slow Cooking please 🙂

  59. Claire Trevor says:

    James Martin book, although they all look great:)

  60. Anjum Anand’s book for me!!

  61. sian hallewell says:

    James Martin slow cooking -cheaper cuts of meat, which taste fantastic when cooked slowly

  62. Micky Ricketts says:

    It has to be James Martin


    The James Martin book would be the one I want the most…. tasty food from a tasty chef! 😛

  64. Emma Hicks says:

    James Martin is definitely my favourite! 🙂

  65. shelagh milne says:

    I would love Kitchen Suppers by Tom Kitchen

  66. jennie jackson says:

    James Martin – i think hes great

  67. stacey green says:

    ooh sounds fab. I struggle with vegetarian cooking as it can get very ‘samey’.

  68. Penny Russell says:

    Tom kitchins book

  69. rebecca leon says:

    Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feasts!

  70. Anjums indian vegetarian feast i haven’t got an indian cook book and my boys love anything indian and spicy would love to make from scratch.

  71. kerry Locke says:

    Being a veggie and hating bland food … it would have to be Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feasts !!

  72. Emily Hutchinson says:

    Slow cooking would be my book of choice

  73. Celia West says:

    James Martin’s Slow Cooking

  74. Hazel Rush says:

    I’d love the James Martin book I’ve tried a lot of his recipes in the past and always liked them !

  75. They all look great books but if i had to choose it would be Tom Kitchens Suppers, thank you for the giveaway!

  76. Christopher Bell says:

    Definately Tom Kitchens Kitchen suppers!

  77. Sheila Sloan says:

    James Martin… some of that lovely Yorkshire cookery!

  78. Debbie Timms says:

    James Martin Slow cooking, he’s my favorite chef! x

  79. Tom Kitchin – Kitchin Suppers. I love him & his food always looks seriously delish!

  80. Caroline H says:

    Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feast – I’d love to be able to cook vegetarian dishes like my Indian friends do at home. Veggie dishes in restaurants are never as good.

  81. Laura Dye says:

    James Martin’s Slow Cooking would be ideal for cosy weekends in 🙂

  82. Laura Dye says:

    Oooh I did get Cookery books for Christmas, but none of these ones! Would be brilliant additions to my collection.

  83. Any, i can use all the help i can get in the kitchen

  84. Jocelyn Clark says:

    James Martin – Slow Cooking

  85. Mickie Bull says:

    Indian Vegetarian Feast

  86. Katherine Penny says:

    I would love to win James Martins book the most 😀

  87. Jodie Cook says:

    Tom Kitchin – Kitchin Suppers

  88. zjkellett says:

    Any of the books would be great. I am trying to cook more this year instead of just buying ready made.

  89. Pauline Rendell says:

    Slow cooking definitely!

  90. Cristina McDowall says:

    Tom Kitchin’s Suppers

  91. Lila B taylor says:

    I’d love Anjum’s indian Vegetarian feasts as I cook a lot of indian food but struggle to find enough variety for my vegetarian daughter,mother and sister x

  92. Tracey Belcher says:

    Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feast – would love to try some of her recipes

  93. Jen Schofield says:

    Tom Kitchin – Kitchin Suppers

  94. Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feasts

  95. Michelle Williams says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking – Mouthwatering Recipes with Minimum Effort

  96. Emma Jackson says:

    Kitchin Suppers x

  97. Mark Whittaker says:

    Tom Kitchin’s Kitchin Suppers. I have long admired his cookery and would love to try his recipes.

  98. melanie crumpton says:

    My favourite would have to be James’ book as I would love to try more slow cooking recipes

  99. James Martin, slow cooking. I love slow cooking but it was a hard choice

  100. Alice Hindley says:

    Tom Kitchin’s Kitchin Suppers.

  101. I would love Tom Kitchin’s Kitchin Suppers. His restaurant is fab!

  102. anjum anand one looks really good

  103. Amanda Oakley says:

    James Martin’s book

  104. Joanna Sawka says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking

  105. Tom Kitchin – Kitchin Suppers


  106. Tom Kitchin – Kitchin Suppers

  107. Jay Scales says:

    Got to be the James Martin book – I love having the smell of food in the house all day and anticipating the evening meal!

  108. Lyndsey Beckford says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking because I just bought a slow cooker! 🙂

  109. Louise Lumsden says:

    I’d like them all but Tom Kitchins Kitchin Suppers would be the one I’d buy first

  110. Tom Kitchin – Kitchin Suppers

  111. James Martin Slow Cooking – love my slow cooker and always looking for more great recipes!

  112. Emily Jayne Phipps says:

    James’ – he’s great!

  113. Tom Kitchins Kitchin Suppers

  114. Fiona Wheater says:

    Oh what a good year 2013 would be

    Slow Cooking with James Martin
    Having fun in the “Kitchen” with Tom
    And hoping Anjum is with me eating Coconut French Toast
    A foodie dream 2013, hope it comes true 🙂

  115. Matt Hudson says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking. I love slow cooked meals!!

  116. Amanda Richardson says:

    James Martin, he seems nice and down to earth, with recipes that are easy to follow

  117. Zoe Howarth says:

    Slow Cooking by James Martin

  118. Natalie Phillips says:

    Tom Kitchin – Kitchin Suppers

  119. James Martin slow cooking!!

  120. Kirsteen Mackay says:

    James Martin’s Slow Cooking because I love slow cooking food but really need inspired with some new recipes.

  121. Amy Ripley says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking please!

  122. Mark Allen says:

    Anything Indian is always going to be my first choice – it’s Anjum’s book for me.

  123. Anjum’s book…because i love Indian food, and would love to try more vegetarian alternatives.

  124. L. Bennett says:

    James Martin’s book!

  125. fiona gray says:

    James Martin for me everytime – love his Saturday Kitchen programme

  126. Samantha Atherton says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking

  127. Kevin Mayers says:

    As much as I like the sound and look of the other two books, I’d love to get a hold of Anjum’s book. I’ve become more interested in Indian cookery over the past few months and, as I don’t actually eat a lot of meat myself, I’m sure there are many vegetarian-type dishes that I could dig into 🙂

  128. claire wilkinson says:

    gotta be james martin and i have just bought a slow cooker so this would be fab 😀

  129. susan walsh says:

    tom kitchin looks a fab book although it would be hard to choose

  130. Rachel Ross says:

    James Martin, love Saturday Kitchen!

  131. Lesley-Ann Dunn says:

    James Martin – Slow Cooking

  132. James Martin definitely. For the front cover alone, I may cook something from it… may just look at the pictures. Of him…

  133. Caley Law says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking would be my choice!

  134. James Martin Slow Cooking

  135. denise cross says:

    Anjum’s Indian book would be my first choice

  136. I would love t win the Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feasts, recipes look very tasty.

  137. hannah rachel welsh says:

    The Indian Vegertarian Cookbook for me! I’m not a vegetraian but there is nothing tastier than a saag aloo!!

  138. ROS Thompson says:

    James Martin – Slow Cooking – I think he is the best chef

  139. helen Grayson says:

    Tom Kitchen please – sounds like my sort of cooking

  140. Laura jones says:

    James martins please, the man is my cooking god lol

  141. Annette Milligan says:

    Tom Kitchen for me please

  142. I’d like Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feast best because I’m always looking for new recipes that up my intake of veg

  143. Deborah Wheeler says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking

  144. Sheila Reeves says:

    Like them all, but would really love the Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feasts as would love to cook some more interesting veggie meals

  145. Nadine Davies says:

    James Martin as I have just had a Slow cooker as a moving in gift but have no idea what to cook in it!!

  146. frances hopkins says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking

  147. Jaki Smith says:

    James Martin would be the one I’d most like, but they all look pretty great to me!

  148. julie baxter says:

    james martin, slow cooking

  149. Christine Sunter says:

    I fancy them all but particularly James Martin! His book I mean!

  150. Rebecca Fall says:

    Tom Kitchin – Kitchin Suppers

  151. Angela Glynn says:

    Kitchin Suppers looks great, think my husband would really enjoy cooking from this.

  152. kristy brown says:

    Tom Kitchins Kitchin Suppers looks fab

  153. Karen Smith says:

    It would be James Martins Slow cooking for me 🙂

  154. James Martin Slow Cooking

  155. Hugh Mackenzie says:

    Anjum ‘s Indian Vegetarian Feast

  156. Donna Mitchell says:

    Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feasts

  157. Sarah Fawcett says:

    What a perfect combination………James Martin and Slow Cooking 😉

  158. cheryl lovell says:

    The James Martin one, his recipes always seem very easy 🙂

  159. michelle muirhead says:

    I would love the James Martin Slow Cooking book

  160. Val Hartley says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking –

  161. Katherine Coldicott says:

    Tom Kitchin – Kitchin Suppers

  162. Lisa Pope says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking

  163. Susan Crosswaite says:

    I would love the James Martin book

  164. I would love the James Martin book – as a new mum with a busy life I love my slow coooker but could really do with some new ideas!

  165. Kelly Koya says:

    Anjum Anand’s book. I have a couple of hers already, and the recipes are fab

  166. melanie stirling says:

    James Martin’s slow cooking,I think he’s great!

  167. Georgia Mcallister says:

    Tom Kitchin, Kitchin Suppers

  168. Tom Kitchin – Kitchin Suppers

  169. Stephanie Tsang says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking

  170. Leanne Lunn says:

    James Martin Slow cooking looks great and I love easy especially with a new baby.

  171. Peter Hewitt says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking because it would suit my lifestyles

  172. It’s difficult to choose between them but I’m going to go foe James Martins book as I’ve got a slow cooker but don’t know what to cook in it.

  173. Gerald Ludlow says:

    james martins for me

  174. jennifer thorpe says:

    The James Martin one would be my first choice

  175. Agata Pokutycka says:

    Tom Kitchin – Kitchin Suppers

  176. Paul Wilson says:

    Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feasts

  177. Sarah Cooper says:

    Kitchin suppers – the poached pears won me over!

  178. Well as much as I love James the one I’d covet the most is Tom Kitchen’s. It will be good to see a pro chef doing recipes that anyone can follow.

  179. Julie Davies says:

    Would love the James Martin book the most, love him on Saturday Kitchen

  180. EMMA WALTERS says:

    mmmmm james marti 🙂

  181. James Martin’s book

  182. claire fawkner says:

    James book – love him on saturday kitchen!

  183. Beverley Marsh says:

    Tom Kitchin’s book please, I’d love to try his recipes.

  184. Saran Benjamin says:

    It would have to be James Martin :0)

  185. Elizabeth Smith says:

    Slow Cooking because it brings the best out of cheap ingredients

  186. Rob Clayton says:

    Tom Kitchin kitchin supplies, as ive not got anything from him before

  187. Tracey Quinn says:

    it would be james martins

  188. kerry shaw says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking

  189. suan watts says:

    James Martins slow cooking

  190. David Paterson says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking

  191. Kathryn MacKinnon Cook says:

    Tom Kitchin’s

  192. michele omalley says:

    James Martin slow cooking

  193. James Martin Slow Cooking

  194. wow, they are all great

  195. lynn savage says:

    Tom Kitchin – Kitchin Suppers – his recipes are always fantastic

  196. Judith eddington says:

    james martin – he is my cooking-idol

  197. Patricia Edwards says:

    james martin’s Slow Cooking, always nice to have some different recipes to try in my slow cooker

  198. Laura Pritchard says:

    I’d love Kitchin Suppers!

  199. I think I would prefer Kitchin Suppers

  200. The Slow Cooking book sounds great – perfect food for this dark wet miserable weather.

  201. Gillian Holmes says:

    Tom Kitchin – Kitchin Suppers

  202. Fran Light says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking – I need some fresh ideas for slow cooking, one of my favourite ways to cook. Meat is so tender when cooked slowly and having delicious cooking aromas wafting through the house with increasing intensity really helps build up an appetite!

  203. Fiona Matters says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking – I adore slow cooking so this would be great.

  204. amelia avossa says:

    It would have to be….Anjum vegetarian…im always trying to think of tasty Vegetarian meals (im not a vegetarian) i love Asian and other cultures food and that’s all my family eats. would be fantastic to give a load of her recipes a try

  205. Diane Carey says:

    James Martin. He is one of my favourite chefs and don’t have any of his books yet

  206. hannah oneill says:

    I’d love Kitchen Suppers!

  207. Indian Vegetarian Cookery

  208. Helen Moulden says:

    Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feasts by far. Love Indian food!

  209. Tom Kitchin – Kitchin Suppers, love Tom’s cooking style and I am sure this would be well used.

  210. Ali Thorpe says:

    Kitchin Suppers by Tom Kitchin as it seems likely to be the most varied … the picture of the poached pear in chocolate had nothing to do with! Honest!

  211. Anjum Anand’s book looks full of fab recipes – her food is so tasty and fresh!

  212. Anjum’s Indian vegetarian feast – my partner is a vegetarian and I love finding new recipes for him.

  213. Lisa Jones says:

    I would love Tom Kitchin’s book for my brother ( Tom’s ) birthday as he is an avid cook, and always looking for some new recipes !

  214. Lisa Armstrong says:

    Tom Kitchin’s book looks great, I have tried his recipes before and they are lovely !

  215. What a lovely pre-Christmas competition! I love all cook books but would definitely want the James Martin book most – slow cooking, yum yum, especially in this cold wintery weather! Fingers Crossed!

  216. Christopher Burns says:

    Wow! these look amazing, would love to win the prize


    James Martin………..Slow Cooking

  218. I recently discovered your blog and have really enjoyed reading it so far – bring on 2013! All the cook books look fantastic, and I’m sure will provide some much-needed inspiration in the cold, dark winter months after Christmas. Thanks for a great giveaway!

  219. Liz Thomas says:

    I am definitely a James Martin fan so I’d love that book. I also admire Tom Kitchen but I’m interested in Anjum too. When last in the UK I purchased a James Martin recommended spice grinder and it’s great as I make a lot of chutneys. So favourite vote has to go to James.


  220. Colin Wright says:

    Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feasts –

  221. Shirley Lancaster says:

    It would have to be the slow cooking book as i love the idea of relaxing as dinner is cooking

  222. Emma Craven says:

    James Martin….always a favourite

  223. justine meyer says:

    Kitchin suppers would suit my family the best

  224. James Martin – Slow Cooking. Stews, roasts, etc are just perfect for this time of year and the small amount of effort required to cook these tasty meals means more time to do other things.

  225. Maisie Young says:

    I would like to win Tom Kitchin – Kitchin Suppers just from the description you gave, sounds amazing! xxx

  226. claire woods says:

    Anjum ‘s indian vegetarian feast

  227. Kirsty Fox says:

    I would love the James Martin book please

  228. Not living in the UK, I rely on online recommendations like yours Ren to see what’s hot in the foodie arena. James Martin’s a fave of mine – his desserts book is well thumbed. And I like him all the more for his northern roots meet mine as he lives in Hampshire, where I come from originally, and is often seen around and about in Winchester. Anjum is someone totally new to me, and as my NY resolution is to veer more to veggies, I am all ears and eyes about her book. Just stumbled across you too in fact Ren – and with my having a Polish sis-in-law, and part of my family in Poland, I shall be scouring your Polish food section to impress them! Thanks for such a resourceful site.

  229. My favorite way to promote vegetarianism is to feature flavorful and unique recipes on my blog. I’d love to win *Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feast* cookbook in order to share more Indian vegetarian recipes with my readers. Thanks!

  230. olivia kirby says:

    James Martin’s, his cooking is robust and comforting!

  231. Pauline Simpson says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking because i have a Slow Cooker and am running out of recipes!!

  232. I would love the tom kitchin one x

  233. Judith Allen says:

    Kitchin Suppers, those pears look amazing!

  234. Jan Wroblewski says:

    I’d just like to read and try the recipes – for one/two.

  235. Heather T says:

    James Martin – Slow Cooking

  236. John Taggart says:

    Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feasts

  237. Has to be James Martin

  238. a lovely and very generous giveaway… I NEED those books!, thank you x

  239. Sandra Lane says:

    I’d love Slow Cooking by James Martin as i recently purchased a slow cooker and need inspiration.

  240. Maya Russell says:

    James Martin’s Slow Cooking looks good!

  241. Love the look of that Tom Kitchen book!

  242. Daniel Stacey says:

    Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feasts

  243. rebeca nisbet says:

    James Martin Slow Cooking

  244. Have James’ book already and am working my way through the different sections. everything so far has been delicious and even a fool like me can cook them. Would love another copy as I would give it to my daughter to encourage her to cook some of the dishhes for me!

  245. Mellanie Kerford says:

    Tom Kitchen please…………

  246. Anjum’s Indian Vegetarian Feasts great for my big belly

  247. laura banks says:

    it would be james martins

  248. I must admit I know none of these chefs/cooks but the one that takes my fancy is Tom Kitchen – I must look out for him and I do like that do it yourself approach.

  249. My favourite would have to be James’ book as I love his slow cooking recipes and don’t have this yet. Great prize! Merry Christmas xx

  250. Diana Cotter says:

    I’d love the Indian Vegetarian Feast because it’s so hard to come up with interesting meals for my vegetarian friends.

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