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Recommended Recipe Reads from London Bloggers

Danielle Linton

Well Fed by Melissa Joulwan

Leah of Naturally, Leah says: "Because everything in it tastes amazing, is whole30 compliant, made with real food, and good for you. This book really taught me the importance of using herbs and spices in recipes - they can entirely change the flavour of a dish."

Jamie's 15-Minute Meals by Jamie Oliver

Georgina of Fitcetera says: "it challenges me to cook more efficiently without sacrificing flavour (really fantastic flavour!). The meals contain easy-to-get ingredients and are healthy with a feel of naughtiness - though I do tend to have to increase the meat portion."

Beki of Miss Wheezy says: "Loads of great simple recipes for starting out cooking, healthy, tasty comfort food."

My Favorite Recipes by Annabel Karmel

Charlotte of Berice Baby says: "...kids can get involved with helping you create fun, super easy & tasty foods. Helping the little ones learn new skills and independence (with supervision)..."

A Year of Good Eating: The Kitchen Diaries III by Nigel Slater

Stephanie of Life at 139 says: "...the recipes are all cooked from scratch with proper ingredients, range of cuisines so curries as well as using up leftover chicken etc. They're written like a diary so what he eats that day with recipes, and how he pops to the shops to get ingredients and stories about the veg he's grown. So so much more than a cookbook"

The Hummingbird Bakery Life is Sweet by Tarek Malouf

Anna-Sophie of City Cookie says: "The Hummingbird Bakery cookbook is my favourite! It's full of simple recipes for all my favourites: classic chocolate chip cookies, rocky road, carrot cake, cheesecake - you name it! It also has the best icing recipes."