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Red Champagne Flute

Red Champagne Flute
Was: £10.00 Now: £3.00

Toast to health and happiness this yultetide with this stylish Gold flute in festive red.

Little Oxford Gift Box

Little Oxford Gift Box
£19.99

From Shakespeare and Oscar Wilde to Fidel Castro and Dolly Parton, the Little Oxford Dictionary of Quotations features 4,000 of the best quotations of past and present. Packed with quotable quotes on over 300 themes from 'Parties' to 'Punctuality', and from 'Apology' to 'Toasts', this is the ideal tool for finding exactly the right words to express yourself in any situation. Its perfect complement is the Little Oxford Dictionary of Proverbs, which includes fascinating information on 2,000 proverbs and sayings from around the world and across 250 subjects-from 'Cats' and 'Dogs' to 'Achievement' and 'Extravagance'. For the first time included in the Gift Box is the Little Oxford Dictionary of Word Origins, offering 1,000 word histories arranged by theme, from food to phobias, and from universe to love. Between them, these three charming little books will have the perfect words for whatever you want to say.

Toast Hash Roast Mash

Toast Hash Roast Mash
£20.00

Dan Doherty is a judge on the BBC1's primetime series, Britain's Best Home Cook, alongside Mary Berry.'There's serious talent in this kitchen' - Tom Parker Bowles, the Mail on SundayCelebrated Chef Dan Doherty has created a collection of recipes that he loves to cook at home - informal, easy and indulgent. With dishes based around eggs, hash, pancakes, toast, simple savoury dishes and sweet bakes, this is food inspired by the best a breakfast or brunch menu can offer - but to eat all day.Recipes include Ricotta, Pear & Honey on Toast, Smoked Salmon, Horseradish & Sour Cream Hash, Mexican Eggs and a whole chapter devoted to food to defeat a hangover, including the Ultimate Grilled Cheese Sandwich.

The Language of Food

The Language of Food
£11.99

Ketchup began as a fermented fish sauce from China's Fujian province: ke for fermented fish, tchup for sauce. The British were the first to add tomatoes to their anchovy "catsup" in 1817. A century later, Heinz changed the spelling again-and added sugar. In The Language of Food, Dan Jurafsky opens a panoramic window onto everything from the modern descendants of ancient recipes to the hidden persuasion in restaurant reviews. Combining history with linguistic analysis, Jurafsky uncovers a global atlas of premodern culinary influence: why we toast to good health at dinner and eat toast for breakfast and why the Chinese don't have a word for "dessert". Engaging and eclectic, Jurafsky's study reveals how everything from medieval meal order to modern menu design informs the way we drink and dine today. Tuck in!

John Clare

John Clare
£16.99

`What distinguished Clare is an unspectacular joy and a love for the inexorable one-thing-after-anotherness of the world' Seamus Heaney John Clare (1793-1864) was a great Romantic poet, with a name to rival that of Blake, Byron, Wordsworth or Shelley - and a life to match. The `poet's poet', he has a place in the national pantheon and, more tangibly, a plaque in Westminster Abbey's Poets' Corner, unveiled in 1989. Here at last is Clare's full story, from his birth in poverty and employment as an agricultural labourer, via his burgeoning promise as a writer - cultivated under the gaze of rival patrons - and moment of fame, in the company of John Keats, as the toast of literary London, to his final decline into mental illness and the last years of his life, confined in asylums. Clare's ringing voice - quick-witted, passionate, vulnerable, courageous - emerges through extracts from his letters, journals, autobiographical writings and poems, as Jonathan Bate brings this complex man, his revered work and his ribald world, vividly to life.

Stevie Parle's Dock Kitchen Cookbook

Stevie Parle's Dock Kitchen Cookbook
£25.00

Stevie Parle burst onto the London scene in 2009 with the launch of a new restaurant, Dock Kitchen, whose food AA Gill described as 'faultless', earning him the Observer Food Monthly Young Chef of the Year award 2010. The opposite of the usual 'chefy' restaurant fare, Stevie serves an eclectic mix of dishes that in their countries of origin would all be described as home cooking. Ranging from Mexico to Morocco, from Catalonia to Kerala, taking in the Mediterranean and the Middle East, here are simple, wholesome and perfectly balanced recipes for dishes that will warm the heart in winter and cool the palate in summer. Arranged seasonally, rustic soups are followed by little plates to share as appetizers or starters, then robust main dishes featuring the cheaper cuts of fish, poultry and meat as well as an abundance of seasonal vegetables. Each season contains a feature on little toasts to share, each has a ragout of seasonal vegetables and each boasts a thoran - a simple spicy seasonal vegetable dish from southern India. The desserts section includes no fewer than 11 superb ice creams; a chapter on 'new basics' (spice mixes, pickles and breads) completes the book.

The Original Suffrage Cook Book

The Original Suffrage Cook Book
£12.99

Celebrate the centenary of women getting the Vote by cooking and eating some of the Suffragettes' favourite meals. Dozens of vintage recipes contributed by some surprising supporters of the popular cause, including writers, state governors and even a judge. With none of the fads of modern-day cooking, these simple recipes range from hearty breakfasts to healthy soups, salads and meaty casseroles, alongside witty contributions such as Pie for a Suffragist's Doubting Husband or Anti's Favorite Hash. Why not create your own Suffrage Menu with recipes like Blanquette of Veal or Sweet Potato Souffle? Munch on some Parliament Gingerbread or a few Creole Balls? Or raise a toast to those who fought for equality of the sexes, by brewing up a Peppermint Cup? Originally published in 1915 to help raise funds for the campaign for the vote for women. With biographies of 30 of the top contributors including prominent suffragists such as Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, Jane Addams, and Fanny Villard, as well as famous writers Jack London and Charlotte Perkins Gilman. History and fun all in one book!

The Tapper Twins Go to War (With Each Other)

The Tapper Twins Go to War (With Each Other)
£6.99

Wars are terrible things. I know this because I've read about a lot of them on Wikipedia. And also because I was just in one. It was me against my brother, Reese. That might not sound like a war to you. Trust me. It was.This is the story of the terrible war between twins, Reese and Claudia Tapper. It began with a cruel and senseless sneak attack in the school cafeteria on Monday, September 8th, at approximately 8:27 a.m. Or possibly it began in the Tapper family kitchen, earlier that morning, with the greedy guzzling of the last brown sugar cinnamon toaster pastry. What really happened? It depends on who you speak to . . .

The Kitchen Diaries

The Kitchen Diaries
£30.00

Classic cookery writing from the award-winning food writer and author of bestselling autobiography, `Toast'. `The food in "The Kitchen Diaries" is simply what I eat at home. The stuff I make for myself, for friends and family, for Sunday lunch and for snacks. These are meals I make when I am having mates over or when I want to surprise, seduce or show off. This is what I cook when I'm feeling energetic, lazy, hungry or late. This is the food that makes up my life, both the Monday to Friday stuff and that for weekends and special occasions.' `Much of it is what you might call fast food, but some of it is unapologetically long, slow cooking. But without exception every single recipe in this book is a doddle to cook. A walk in the park. A piece of p***.' `Fast food, slow food, big eats, little eats, quick pasta suppers, family roasts and even Christmas lunch. It is simply my stuff, what I cook and eat, every day.'

Breakfast: Morning, Noon and Night

Breakfast: Morning, Noon and Night
Was: £18.99 Now: £15.19

Long, lazy breakfasts and brunches have become the hottest meal of the week. In Breakfast: Morning, Noon and Night, Fern Green encourages readers to enjoy their most-loved meal at any time of the day. Covering all the morning favourites, and often adding an indulgent or inspired twist, she shares recipes for sweet and savoury dishes that you won't be able to confine to just the morning hours. Simple but satisfying, and super easy to prepare, these recipes will suit any time of day. Try smoked salmon and eggs served with quinoa crackers, apple, sorrel and crispy capers; cheese on toast gets upgraded to griddled halloumi served with basil, tomato and ciabatta; and waffles get a delicious side of maple and blueberry butter. Fern also takes inspiration from breakfasts with more exotic flavor combinations, such as the Adai Indian crepe with coconut chutney, and Mexican corn and zucchini hash with fried egg. These mouth-watering dishes show how you can make breakfast favorites work at any time of the day.

Black 22 Litre Oven

Black 22 Litre Oven
£54.99

Our Compact 22-Litre Oven gives you all the features of a standard oven but in a super compact size (H29cm xD28cm xW45cm/111/2in x11in x173/4in) and an economic low power consumption (1500W). Perfect for grilling, roasting, toasting, baking, reheating or warming up almost any food, the oven benefits from three rack height positions and three different mode settings, ensuring excellent cooking results every time. Other features include: safety glass door, baking tray with handle, 0-230ºC temperature range, 60 minute timer and slide-out crumb tray. Available in black or white.

Vintage Kitchenalia

Vintage Kitchenalia
£14.99

In a society seemingly so obsessed with food - the preparing, eating, sharing and sheer enjoyment of what and how we all eat - the humble kitchen utensil and its evolution is an often overlooked aspect of Britain's heritage. Yet antique and vintage kitchenalia can tell us so much about Britain's culinary, scientific and innovative past. Cooking evolved from a fire in the middle of the homestead, with a crude container used to boil up every meal. Now there are shiny, gadget- and accessory-driven kitchens where complex, clever dishes are created by grilling, frying, poaching, roasting, baking, toasting, boiling, braising, slow-cooking, steaming and many other techniques. By investigating the objects themselves, Emma Kay uncovers the rich history of how Britain's kitchens became so versatile and, as the gadgets increased in availability, how cooking became far more accessible, labour-saving and even addictive.

Gather Cook Feast

Gather Cook Feast
£26.00

**SHORTLISTED FOR THE ANDRE SIMON PRIZE 2017**'Beautiful recipes deeply rooted in time and place - my favourite sort of food. Certain to become often used in my kitchen' Anna JonesA cookbook that celebrates seasonal eating, and the landscapes that produce it, from the co-founder of the lifestyle brand Toast.Gather Cook Feast celebrates the connection between the food that we eat and the land where we live, in over 120 recipes. A seasonal feast of British food, Jessica Seaton is inspired by the food from our seas, our rivers, our farmland, our gardens and our wild places. Full of simple, seasonal and nourishing recipes like braised shortribs with horseradish, courgette fritters with minted yoghurt, mackerel escabeche with wild fennel and kale, and roast vegetable and barley salad with crisped artichokes, alongside puddings, preserves and cakes such as bay and bramble jelly pots, apple and walnut soft cake and rose macaroons, this is a book full of recipes to savour, to share, and to sustain.

Lafcadio

Lafcadio
£12.99

'You don't have to shoot me', says the young lion. 'I will be your rug and I will lie in front of your fireplace and I won't move a muscle and you can sit on me and toast all the marshmallows you want. I love marshmallows.' But the hunter will not listen to reason, so what is there for a young lion to do? After eating up the hunter, Lafcadio takes the gun home and practices and practices until he becomes the world's greatest sharpshooter. Now dressed in starched collars and fancy suits, and enjoying all the marshmallows he wants, Lafcadio is pampered and admired wherever he goes. But is a famous, successful, and admired lion a happy lion? Or is he a lion at all? Told and drawn with wit and gusto, Shel Silverstein's modern fable speaks not only to children but to us all! '[A] fabulous fable ... Silverstein is merely bidding us to get away from the noise, think a little. Reading this book about a lion from the king of the story jungle is a good place to start'The Times 'A quite charming, funny and most exuberant read' The Bookbag 'A genius... his is an enduring infuence' The Times 'That rare adult who can still think like a child' The New York Times Shel Silverstein (1930-1999) was one of America's successful cartoonists and children's authors, whose books have sold over twenty million copies in thirty languages. He was also playwright, poet, performer, recording artist, and Grammy-winning, Oscar-nominated songwriter. Published in 1963, Lafcadio was his first book.

Save Water, Drink Wine

Save Water, Drink Wine
£5.99

They say that wine is bottled poetry, so whether your poison is crisp champagne or a velvety Merlot, raise your glass and toast the good times, and the not so good... and the downright awful! Here's a book packed with zesty and full-bodied quotations to keep the spirits up and the glass half-full.

Easy Summer Food

Easy Summer Food
£8.99

Summer is about enjoying the outdoors and relaxing over good food with good company, not slaving away in the kitchen. It's the time for crisp salads, fruit bursting with flavour, and fresh, young vegetables. "Easy Summer Food" takes the best of these ingredients and creates simple recipes to inspire you to make the most of what this fabulous season has to offer. There are Starters, Salads, Picnic ideas and Dips and Breads for light summer fare, as well as Barbecue treats, Vegetables, and Sweet Things & Drinks. For a more filling meal, try something from the Pasta, Pizza & Rice or Fish, Meat & Poultry chapters. Pack some Toasted Ciabatta Pizzas in your picnic basket, grill some Jerk Chicken Wings with Avocado Salsa on the barbecue or kick off your shoes and relax with an Iced Long Vodka. Bring some sunshine to your plate with these deliciously easy recipes for every occasion.

Eat Up

Eat Up
£8.99

Think about that first tickle of hunger in your stomach. A moment ago, you could have been thinking about anything, but now it's thickly buttered marmite toast, a frosty scoop of ice cream straight from the tub, some creamy, cheesy scrambled eggs or a fuzzy, perfectly-ripe peach. Eating is one of life's greatest pleasures. Food nourishes our bodies, helps us celebrate our successes (from a wedding cake to a post-night out kebab), cheers us up when we're down, introduces us to new cultures and - when we cook and eat together - connects us with the people we love. In Eat Up, Ruby Tandoh celebrates the fun and pleasure of food, taking a look at everything from gluttons and gourmets in the movies, to the symbolism of food and sex. She will arm you against the fad diets, food crazes and bad science that can make eating guilt-laden and expensive, drawing eating inspiration from influences as diverse as Roald Dahl, Nora Ephron and Gemma from TOWIE. Filled with straight-talking, sympathetic advice on everything from mental health to recipe ideas and shopping tips, this is a book that clears away the fog, to help you fall back in love with food.

Straight Up Tasty

Straight Up Tasty
£22.50

Adam Richman has met his fair share of foodie challenges as the host of the Travel Channel's most popular shows, Man v. Food and Best Sandwich in America, and sampling everything from unbearably spicy chicken wings to monstrously huge stromboli. So what does he serve up when he's behind the stove? These 150 recipes are the perfect blend of Adam's experiences--featuring homemade versions of his favorite road treats (adapting a signature Philly sandwich into dumplings, or giving an Italian spin to the Twin Cities classic Juicy Lucy burger) as well as totally original recipes to punch up your everyday meals. (Just try his chocolate mole pudding with toasted pumpkin seeds, or his poutine made with sweet potato fries, maple-glazed pork belly, and fresh burrata.) He brings in a few family favorites as well (a wild mushroom tart sprinkled with crunchy panko, or his mom's spinach pie), and shares the stories that inspired these meals in his warm, hilarious voice. Adam shows you how to pull out the stops at the dinner table and serve up delicious dishes every time without hitting the road.

The Recipe Wheel

The Recipe Wheel
£18.99

Rosie Ramsden has invented a whole new way of planning meals: it's called The Recipe Wheel. She takes one simple, core recipe - like risotto - that sits at the centre of its own recipe wheel. From there lead spokes or threads to new, more developed recipes - select your perfect dish by occasion, budget or time. Each wheel is like a mind map, bringing flavours together and encouraging the reader to mix and match, adding to their own creativity and cooking skills. A basic roast chicken inspires dishes like chicken, mango and cashew nut curry; white bread goes into beetroot panzanella or butterbean, garlic and thyme on toast. Get creative with risotto with Barley risotto with chestnut and savoy. A simple sponge cake becomes three-tier vanilla raspberry cake, and custard is transformed into rhubarb treacle creme brulee or peach and amaretto trifle. It's a completely original idea - the book will be illustrated only with the recipe wheel graphics. This innovative cookbook, from an exciting new voice in cookery, turns the idea of the traditional recipe book on its head.

The Little Book of Brunch

The Little Book of Brunch
£16.00

Eggs, avocado, bacon, bagels - the roll-call of delicious ingredients shows why brunch is by far the best meal of the day. The Little Book of Brunch features a selection of the world's best ever brunch recipes, ranging from Middle Eastern Shakshuka to traditional English Savouries, from simple Baked Eggs to indulgent Brioche French Toast. Whether you're in the mood to make something sweet or savoury, speedy or slow, these easy and adaptable recipes are everything a meal should be, whatever the time of day.

The Kitchen Diaries II

The Kitchen Diaries II
£30.00

Includes over 250 recipes, many from his BBC TV series Dish of the Day, Simple Suppers and Simple Cooking.From Nigel Slater, presenter of Dish of the Day and one of our best-loved food writers, a beautiful and inspiring companion volume to his bestselling Kitchen Diaries.`For years now I have kept notebooks, with scribbled shopping lists and early drafts of recipes in them. These notes form the basis of this second volume of The Kitchen Diaries. More than a diary, this is a collection of small kitchen celebrations, be it a casual, beer-fuelled supper of warm flatbreads with pieces of grilled lamb scattered with toasted pine kernels and blood-red pomegranate seeds or a quiet moment contemplating a bowl of soup and a loaf of bread.'

Pitt Cue Co. - The Cookbook

Pitt Cue Co. - The Cookbook
£25.00

With great recipes for meats, sauces and rubs mixed with ideas for pickles, slaws, puddings and cocktails, plus features on meats, equipment and methods, the Pitt Cue Co. Cookbook is your guide to enjoying the best hot, smoky, sticky, spicy grub all year round.From Pitt Cue's legendary Pickle backs and bourbon cocktails, to their acclaimed Pulled pork shoulder; Burnt ends mash; Smoked ox cheek toasts with pickled walnuts; Lamb rib with molasses mop and onion salad; Chipotle & confit garlic slaw; Crispy pickled shiitake mushrooms; Toffee apple grunt; Sticky bourbon & cola pudding and so much more, it's all irresistibly delicious food to savour and share.

Coi

Coi
£35.00

'An absorbing self-portrait of an exceptional cook.' Harold McGeeDaniel Patterson is the head chef /owner of Coi (pronounced "Kwa"), a two-Michelin-starred restaurant in San Francisco. At Coi, Patterson mixes modern culinary techniques with local, wild and cultivated ingredients to create original dishes that speak of place, memory, and emotion. It's an approach that has earned him a worldwide reputation for pioneering a new kind of Californian cuisine.Patterson is also known for his original food writing, and he has been published in recent years in The New York Times, Bon Appetit and Lucky Peach. Now, in his highly anticipated new book, Coi: Stories and Recipes, Patterson writes a personal account of the restaurant, its dishes and his own unique philosophy about food and cooking. Beginning with a look at California - how Patterson arrived from the East Coast and how he became to feel more at home as the years progressed - the book takes the reader into the Coi kitchen, and through 70 of the restaurant's original dishes such as Chilled Spiced Ratatouille Soup; Carrots Roasted in Coffee Beans, Monterey Bay Abalone with Nettle-Dandelion Salsa Verde; Inverted Cherry Tomato Tart and Lime Marshmallow with Coal-Toasted Meringue. The dishes are explained through a series of personal essays and narrative recipes, offering insight into Patterson's life, family, and inspirations. Coi: Stories and Recipes includes 150 color photographs showing the finished dishes as well as atmospheric images of the restaurant, the California landscape, and portraits of Coi's staff and suppliers. The book features forewords by Peter Meehan and Harold McGee. It is sure to be one of the most talked about cookbooks of the year.

The Prepper's Cookbook

The Prepper's Cookbook
£11.99

The Prepper's Cookbook is an excellent resource and foundation that covers many topics of preparation. Especially helpful for the seeker and the new-to-prepping, however, there are great ideas for even the seasoned prepper. -Real Food Living It's more than a cookbook. It's also a handy guide for beginning preppers who have wondered, "So what do I actually do with all this extra food I'm buying?" -The Survival Mom STOCK YOUR PANTRY TO SURVIVE ANY DISASTER When a catastrophic collapse cripples society, grocery store shelves will empty within days. But if you follow this book's plan for stocking, organizing and maintaining a proper emergency food supply, your family will have plenty to eat for weeks, months or even years, with meals such as: * French Toast * Black Bean Soup * Chicken Pot Pie * Beef Stroganoff * Fish Tacos * Potatoes Croquette * Asian Ramen Salad * Quinoa Tabouli * Rice Pilaf * Buttermilk Biscuits * Peach Cobbler Packed with tips for off-grid cooking, canning charts for over 20 fruits and vegetables, and checklists for the best emergency pantry items, The Prepper's Cookbook will have you turning shelf-stable, freeze-dried and dehydrated foods into delicious, nutritious dishes your family will love eating.

Personalised Stainless-Steel Hipflask

Personalised Stainless-Steel Hipflask
£14.95

A keepsake for anyone who loves a snifter from time to time. This gorgeous 6oz hipflask is perfect for raising a toast when you're on a long country walk or at an outdoor celebration. Stainless-steal made to avoid any rusting, so this can be personalised with a special date or memory to be kept for years.

Sharing Plates

Sharing Plates
£18.99

Find a recipe for everyone with Luke Mangan's recipes designed for the shared table.What would you rather eat, Mini hot dogs with kimchi, American mustard and chipotle mayo or Spicy soy, ginger and sesame chicken wings? Or how about Vegan dark chocolate and coconut tart or Peanut butter ice-cream sandwiches with dulche de leche, strawberry jus and cherry sorbet...? Can't decide? Well don't worry, Luke Mangan's Sharing Plates is finally a cookbook that lets you cater for every craving, at any time.Whilst traditional dining will always have its place, there is something truly satisfying about sharing good food with family and friends. The shared plate is casual and intimate, friendly and laid-back, encouraging conversation and interaction around the table and catering for every dietary need - it also makes for a more relaxed cook!Luke's recipes are made for sharing. Each recipe takes inspiration from around the world - Spain and Italy, Scandinavia, the Middle Easy and Asia - including a chapter of Luke's famously divine desserts to complete the feast. Have a lazy weekend brunch with Quail eggs benedict with chilli kale on mini muffins and Toasted apple and walnut bread with ricotta, smashed banana and fresh honeycomb; whip up a supper for friends at the kitchen table featuring Patatas bravas with spicy sauce and garlic aioli, Crispy salt and pepper popcorn chicken and a Salad of roasted pumpkin, chorizo, chickpeas, quinoa and blue cheese. Last of all, create your own afternoon tea with irresistible sweet treats from Gooey chocolate tart with caramelised banana and caramel ice cream to Brandy snap cigars with strawberry ice cream.Luke's Sharing Plates is a little taste of everything, for everyone, for any occasion.

Weight Watchers Mini Series: Weekends

Weight Watchers Mini Series: Weekends
£4.99

Weekendsis a fabulous collection from the best of Weight Watchers cookbooks. Full of amazing and delightful recipes that all serve four people or more, it is great for those weekend get togethers. From fantastic brunch and lunch ideas, such as Mushroom Sloppy Joes, to delicious supper dishes like Sunday Chicken and White Pork Bourguignon, there are so many ideas here to help you cook brilliant food. We've even included party food like Sesame Prawn Toasts -perfect forWeekends.

Toast

Toast
£14.95

The ultimate canvas for sweet and savory culinary creativity. 50 seasonal recipes that reimagine the "bread and butter" of cuisine with simple ingredients in surprising ways.Easy enough for breakfast, yet suitable for brunch, lunch, dinner and even dessert, the possibilities of heaping beautiful seasonal ingredients on bread are limitless. Organized by season, Toast features 50 recipes from savory to sweet that unleash the power of fresh ingredients and simple techniques guaranteed to impress and satisfy any kitchen audience on any occasion. Award-winning food writer Raquel Pelzel's relatable and accessible recipes span generations and cultures, and shatter expectations of what this humble favorite can be.Broiled or char-grilled, pan-fried or deep-fried, a good slice of bread is the ultimate platform to showcase your culinary skills. Toast will teach you to simply and effectively wow friends and family with creative, delicious combinations of ingredients from summer tomato salad, or pickled shrimp and avocado, to roasted squash and molten cheese, poached egg and fried pancetta, or even s'mores.So much more than just bread and butter, toast is experiencing a global renaissance. Professional chefs are seizing on the creative potential of a beautiful canvas of bread and delivering sophisticated culinary masterpieces that showcase their own brilliant palettes. Toast invites home cooks to join the ranks of renowned chefs in their experiments and even brings some of their recipes to life with contributions by 8 celebrity chefs including Hugh Acheson, Deb Perelman (The Smitten Kitchen), Fergus Henderson (St. John) and more.As simple or as sophisticated as you want it to be, yet always comforting and nourishing, Toast is perfect for those looking for seasonal, market-inspired recipes, or gourmet treats presented in an approachable manner.With something for every palate and occasion, this is the ideal book for new and seasoned cooks alike as well as everyone from college students and recent graduates to newlyweds and empty nesters.Artisanal toast is a hit in the media with features on Today, GMA, and NPR, and on the pages of The New Yorker, San Francisco Chronicle, Guardian, and Bon Appetit.

Welcome to Bloody Difficult Britain

Welcome to Bloody Difficult Britain
£7.99

We have never had it so bloody difficult! The pound crashing at every turn, austerity measures bringing the NHS and the education system to its knees? Hard Brexit, soft Brexit, fried Brexit on toast? Crazy coalitions and divisive devolution. What next - a plague of locusts? Unpack your political troubles from your old kit bag with the help of this mindful guide to surviving in these tumultuous times. Learn to embrace new relationships and say goodbye to old alliances, be strong and stable as you navigate the difficult political terrain. And remember to smile, smile, smile (even if your face is aching and you want to move to New Zealand). From the author/illustrator team that brought you The Brexshit Book and What the Trump?!, Welcome To Bloody Difficult Britain will refresh the parts other political satire books cannot reach. Introducing a whole new cast of characters to help us tiptoe through the political minefield: Theresa Meh: Like Theresa, take a more carefree approach to serious issues such as a crumbling NHS and a nation sick of cuts and austerity. Jeremy H. Corbyn: Have belief! Crucified by the media and given up for dead by the pollsters, JC has shown us that it is possible to rise and rise again. David 'Dickie' Davis: The minister responsible for negotiating our exit from the EU and former presenter of ITV's World of Sport knows a thing or two about two men in a room thrashing it out - remember Big Daddy and Giant Haystacks? Jean-Claude 'Van' Junker: be tough like the Muscles in Brussels. And learn to laugh again with BoJo the Clown.

Toast Hash Roast Mash

Toast Hash Roast Mash
£20.00

Dan Doherty is a judge on the BBC1's primetime series, Britain's Best Cook, alongside Mary Berry.'There's serious talent in this kitchen' - Tom Parker Bowles, the Mail on SundayCelebrated Chef Dan Doherty has created a collection of recipes that he loves to cook at home - informal, easy and indulgent. With dishes based around eggs, hash, pancakes, toast, simple savoury dishes and sweet bakes, this is food inspired by the best a breakfast or brunch menu can offer - but to eat all day. Recipes include Ricotta, Pear & Honey on Toast, Smoked Salmon, Horseradish & Sour Cream Hash, Mexican Eggs and a whole chapter devoted to food to defeat a hangover, including the Ultimate Grilled Cheese Sandwich.

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