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Tackle winter head on and enjoy the cooler months by adding these titles to your library.

book1Healthy Little Eaters
There’s a global food revolution going on, with variations of sugar free, fat free, chemical free diets leading the charge. With so much information floating around cyberspace, it is easy to forget the basics. Healthy Little Eaters by Wal Herring is the perfect book to help children develop a healthy relationship with food. No fuss, no fads and a thought provoking insight into our own attitudes towards food.

 

book2Hemsley + Hemsley
Popular foodie sisters Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley have created something of a food bible with their newest cookbook, Hemsley + Hemsley. Packed with 140 amazing recipes, Hemsley + Hemsley celebrates the pleasure of delicious food which is simple to make, a joy to share and also happens to be good for you. Embracing healthy home cooking built around gut health, whole foods and affordable ingredients – you’ll be thrilled to spend some time in the kitchen with this as inspiration.

 

book3100 Soup Recipes
The ultimate winter meal; soup. It’s both warming and nourishing and thanks to Simon and Alison Holst’s 100 Soup Recipes, there’s no shortage of inspiration. From classic tomato soup and chicken soup, to Mexican beef, lime and tortilla soup, and wonton soup, there are tasty recipes for all palates. Plus a section on making your own stock and extras like melba toast and crostini. Rediscover your crock pot and prepare to be assaulted with aroma and flavour.

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