All posts filed under: Tasty books


Easy curry vegetarian and mushroom curry with coconut milk

I really like Indian food! But I hardly ever cook it myself for some reason… This cookbook can however be the solution on this: Easy curry vegetarian by Madhur Jaffrey. A thick bible of 350 pages with different curry’s and other vegetarian side dishes.


Raw fika and pear and mint pie

As you may have noticed, I just love cooking books! I read them in English, Dutch and Swedish. Today I have chosen a real nice Swedish one for you, Raw fika. Let me just explain the Swedish word fika first.


Pomodori and crispy tomato pie

This time for my category Tasty books,  I have chosen a Dutch book; Pomodori by Angelo Dorny.  I like a bit nerdy books on only one theme and this one is no exception – only about tomatoes! Did you know that there are about 10-15.000 different kinds of tomatoes in the world? Al with different color, shape, origin and use. In my supermarket I can find only about five different ones. Where did the rest go?


Spiralize! and surprising noodles with cardamom and cinnamon

A book based ONLY on the magical machine the spiralizer? Yes! Here it is: Spiralize! A fun book with surprising recipes, all healthy and good for you.


Healthy appetite and whooohoo-delish black sesame seed butter

Gizzi Erskine is a British chef and TV personality that I until now some how have missed out on. Such a pity because this fourth book of her, Healthy appetite is so inspiring with mouth-watering recipes with tastes from al over the world.

Slow cooked + veggie stew with chermoula

Another beautiful cookbook plus a great recipe: a spiced veggie stew with chermoula! This cookbook is focused on slow cooked food, designed to fit in a slow cooker but luckily al the recipes are also written for making the great dishes on the stove. I say luckily because unfortunately I’m still not an owner of a slow cooker. If I only had a bigger kitchen…

The art of blending by Tori Ritchie + black cherry sorbet

A few days ago I got my hands on a brand new book, The art of blending. What an inspirational book!


Vegarabia / New feast by Greg and Lucy Malouf

There is something exciting about the Middle East and their food. So far from my own references and heritage but so interesting. I want to learn more about it, their spices and way of cooking intrigues me! Vegarabia (Dutch title) or New feast (English title) is the latest book in my bookshelf in this specific area.


Nopi by Yotam Ottolenghi and Ramael Scully

Just to get it out there, I am and was already a fan of Ottolenghi. That the new book Nopi also should find it’s way into my bookcase was more a question about when rather then if. The books are a must for any foodie looking for (more) taste and new inspiration in every dinner. Nopi is not an exception.