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Cookbook Corner From cakes and bakes to feel good food,


we'll have you cooking up a storm this September... BAKING TO IMPRESS


ANTI-GRAVITY CAKES BY JAYNE CROSS


Create more awe-inspiring cakes and bakes with this comprehensive guide to


everything you need to know about anti- gravity baking. T is cookbook is packed full of show-stopping centrepieces perfect for any celebration, from


bubbling bathtub full of yellow ducks to giſt wrapped box being ribbon-tied by a bluebird, it’s a baking book sure to put a smile on your face. T ere are also fun cakes for children of all ages. Published by Lorenz Books. Photography: Nicki Dowey


FEEL GOOD FOOD


THE BEAUTY CHEF BY CARLA OATES In T e Beauty Chef by Carla Oates, founder of the natural beauty company of the same name, combines the joy of cooking with the science of nutrition. Find more than 150 delicious and nutritious recipes that are gluten-free and mostly dairy-free to aid both skin and gut health, alongside practical advice on general wellbeing. A feel good book to gear you up for the colder months ahead. Published by Hardie Grant. Photography: Carla Oates


LEITHS: HOW TO COOK CAKES


With its international reputation, Leiths have long been an authority when it comes to the fundamentals for cooking and baking. T is book provides detailed, illustrated step-by- step guides to making all kinds of cakes,


from creamed cakes and whisked sponges, through to tea breads and traybakes, to


cupcakes, muffi ns and scones. For the more adventurous baker, the book also includes mouthwatering recipes such as Chocolate caramel espresso cake, Mojito genoise and Pine nut sablés.


Published by Quadrille Publishing. Photography: Peter Cassidy


THE MUSHROOM COOKBOOK BY MICHAEL HYAMS & LIZ O'KEEFE With the mushroom in full swing and increasing number of varieties available commercially, this perfectly seasonal book


explores the range of edible wild and cultivated mushrooms, off ering a collection of creative recipes. A portrait gallery of the diff erent mushrooms available provides culinary


suggestions and ideas for making the most of all varieties. Divided into the seasons, recipes include Pulled Rabbit and Morel Ravioli,


Chestnut Mushroom and Mousseron Tart and Gourmet Mushroom Burger.


Published by Anness Publishing. Photography: Jon Ashford


Photography: Simon Wheeler


EAT THE SEASONS


THE SHED: THE COOKBOOK BY RICHARD, OLIVER & GREGORY GLADWIN


Divided into four sections, each focusing on a season, this cookbook has 100 recipes that cover slow and fast cooking, puddings and


lighter bites. Taking inspiration from what they grow and rear on their family's farm and forage from beaches and hedgerows, the brothers have created delicious recipes rooted in true British cuisine from autumnal Roasted Pumpkin with Spelt Grain, Leeks and Cobnuts to Braised


Pheasant, Lentils, and Autumn Greens. Each chapter includes personal insights from each brother - Gregory's view from the farm, Richard's tips on food and wine matching and


Oliver's step-by-step guide to the basics such as bread making. A brilliantly British cookbook. Published by Kyle Books.


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