recipe book

Palestinian food

Yasmin Khan’s New Cookbook Is a ‘Fun, Frightening, Joyful, Stressful’ Adventure into Palestinian Food

In 'Zaitoun: Recipes and Stories from the Palestinian Kitchen,' the London food writer travelled Palestine, collecting stories and recipes from the people who live there.
Dalia Dawood

How a Tray Bake Cookbook Became a British Millennial Favourite

Rukmini Iyer’s The Roasting Tin contains 75 easy, highly Instagrammable one-dish meals—complete with obligatory avocados on the cover. This week, she brings out a vegetarian follow-up.
Phoebe Hurst

Meet the Metal-Scientist-Turned-Singer Writing a Swahili Cookbook

Zanzibar native Mim Suleiman began writing a book of Swahili coastal recipes in 2012. Six years later, it's still not done—she wants it to be something special.
Eleanor Langdale

Meet the Chef Behind the UK's First Ramadan Cookbook

Lina Saad wrote Ramadan Express to provide inspiration for Muslims breaking their fast during the religious period. But she hopes that her Lebanese-inspired recipes will be enjoyed by non-Muslim readers, too.
Salma Haidrani

Zoe Adjonyoh Wants You to Step Inside Her Ghana Kitchen

We talk to the London chef about her new cookbook, which showcases the West African-inspired dishes from her wildly popular Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen supper club and pop-up restaurant.
Eleanor Langdale
home cooking

A New Study Says That No One Actually Follows Recipes

Kitchen brand NEFF questioned 1,500 Brits on their cooking habits and found that just 7 percent think it's important to follow a recipe when cooking.
Phoebe Hurst

This Cookbook Turns the Weird Tins From Your Cornershop Into Dinner

Food writers Sophie Missing and Caroline Craig's new cookbook creates dishes with supplies sourced entirely from their local shop, including Spam ramen, star anise chicken, and "bastardised koshari."
Ava Szajna-Hopgood

We Spoke to the High Priestess of the Kitchen Witch Coven About Cake

High priestess of the Kitchen With Coven Rachel Patterson’s food-slash-magic cookbook says that everyday ingredients can become magical offerings, including cake.
Frankie Mullin