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Cookbook Corner

With over 4,000 titles and rising, we thought we should share the wealth! So each week we will scour the shelves of the Lawsonian Library to bring you a book, old or new, and highlight one of its recipes.

  • SPICE

    SPICE

    So many people are hesitant or become hidebound with their spicing, and yet one of the… Read on

  • PLENTY MORE

    PLENTY MORE

    Are there two better words in the English language than those that make up the title… Read on

  • MUCH ADO ABOUT MUTTON

    MUCH ADO ABOUT MUTTON

    Reader, I confess: I did choose this book for its title alone. Nonetheless, I am proud… Read on

  • BREAD, CAKE, DOUGHNUT, PUDDING

    BREAD, CAKE, DOUGHNUT, PUDDING

    If the name of the title alone doesn't make you want this book, then I don't know what's… Read on

  • THE NATURAL COOK

    THE NATURAL COOK

    I can often feel uncomfortably preached at when I read books on seasonal cooking, but… Read on

  • CHILLI NOTES

    CHILLI NOTES

    Given my way, I could easily eat chillies every day, so this book could have been written… Read on

  • VEGETABLE LITERACY

    VEGETABLE LITERACY

    Deborah Madison is *the* original Vegetarian foodwriter, inspired and inspiring, and… Read on

  • MADE IN INDIA

    MADE IN INDIA

    The story of food is more than a collection of recipes: it tells the story of us. Or… Read on

  • HOME COOKED

    HOME COOKED

    Donal Skehan's recipes immediately evoke a large and happy table, and I'm not sure there… Read on

  • THIS IS A COOKBOOK

    THIS IS A COOKBOOK

    I am not, as a rule, much drawn to the sort of cookbook that has kooky drawings and an… Read on