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Finding the Foe: Outstanding Luftwaffe Mysteries of the Battle of Britain and Beyond Investigated and Solved

ISBN: 9781906502850

Author: Andy Saunders    Publisher: Grub Street

Tag: Military
$69.99
Chasing the Morning Sun: Flying Solo Round the World in a Homebuilt Aircraft - The Ultimate Adventure

ISBN: 9781908117090

Author: Manuel Queiroz    Publisher: Grub Street

Pages: 160


Dimensions: 171 x 243 mm


Publication Date: 01-06-2011


Tags: Transport   Biography
$59.99
Illingworth's War in Cartoons: One Hundred of His Greatest Drawings 1939-1945

ISBN: 9781906502546

Author: Mark Bryant    Publisher: Grub Street

Pages: 128


Dimensions: 185 x 245 mm


Publication Date: 20-08-2009


Tags: Military   History
$49.99
Finding the Few: Some Outstanding Mysteries of the Battle of Britain Investigated and Solved

ISBN: 9781906502553

Author: Andy Saunders    Publisher: Grub Street

1940 in the skies over Britain was a time of courage, heroism and extreme danger. Many men gave their lives to keep the island free and some disappeared into th...


1940 in the skies over Britain was a time of courage, heroism and extreme danger. Many men gave their lives to keep the island free and some disappeared into the summer sky with no trace of them ever being found. This remarkable book records the life of a dozen of these pilots shot down and killed but who remained missing for decades until diligent research and searches primarily by the author brought identification to them and closure to their families. Each case represents a fascinating human story of humour, drama, love and tragedy; and each one represents a startling tale of detective work and remarkable coincidences, oft-times revealing controversy. Finding the Few ends with a mystery still unsolved, has photographs throughout, and will stand as a fitting testament to those men lost but not forgotten. By the author of Bader's Last Fight and Mannock VC.


Pages: 192


Dimensions: 170 x 246 mm


Publication Date: 30-09-2009


Tag: Military
$69.99
Geetie's Cookbook: Recipes from the Duke of Cambridge Organic Pub

ISBN: 9781906502492

Author: Geetie Singh    Publisher: Grub Street

When Geetie Singh opened her now-famous organic gastro pub in Islington, London experts in the trade said it would never work. That was 10 years ago - and last ...


When Geetie Singh opened her now-famous organic gastro pub in Islington, London experts in the trade said it would never work. That was 10 years ago - and last year the Duke of Cambridge in St Peter's Street was celebrating winning three ethical awards. It has received a Natural and Organic Award, in association with the Soil Association, for the Best Organic Restaurant and its 'unflinching commitment to the environment'. The judges were impressed by the pub's policy of using only produce that is in season, creating a twice-daily changing menu - with 80 per cent of fresh ingredients coming from the Home Counties. The Duke of Cambridge serves outstanding organic food made with seasonal local ingredients. It's hearty, rustic British food with Mediterranean influences. You won't find any fresh tomatoes on the menu in winter or parsnips in summer. The menu changes twice daily, showcasing ingredients according to what is at its peak of freshness and flavour. All the food is made at the pub - from the ice cream to the bread and pickles.
This book, illustrated with stylish photographs of the food, the cooks, waiting staff and customers is arranged into sections according to the season and will provide you with a year's worth of culinary inspiration.


Pages: 224


Dimensions: 170 x 240 mm


Publication Date: 01-09-2009


$55.00
Diabetes Recipes from Around the World

ISBN: 9781906502065

Author: Jane Frank    Publisher: Grub Street

Today worldwide there are approximately 200 million people with diabetes. Diabetes is indeed a serious disease, but it is still possible to lead a relatively no...


Today worldwide there are approximately 200 million people with diabetes. Diabetes is indeed a serious disease, but it is still possible to lead a relatively normal life. The key to coping successfully with diabetes is self-management, and the most important aspect of self-management is making healthy food choices. In this book Jane Frank explains exactly what diabetes is, its likely causes and how to manage it by improving your lifestyle and discusses the principles behind healthy eating, the glycaemic index (GI) of foods and their glycaemic load.She has collected together over 150 recipes from many different cuisines around the world, picking out dishes that will help you keep blood glucose on an even keel as well as being nutritionally balanced, tasty and easy to cook. Some of these recipes are traditional dishes reworked to be more diabetes-friendly, whilst others are new recipes using culinary traditions from many different countries.


Pages: 128


Dimensions: 170 x 240 mm


Publication Date: 30-09-2009


$44.99
Cakes from Around the World

ISBN: 9781906502447

Author: Julie Duff    Publisher: Grub Street

Following on from Julie's first book, Cakes Regional & Traditional (short listed for the prestigious Glenfiddich Award and highly praised in the press by Nigel ...


Following on from Julie's first book, Cakes Regional & Traditional (short listed for the prestigious Glenfiddich Award and highly praised in the press by Nigel Slater and Tom Parker Bowles), comes her next comprehensive work, Cakes From Around The World. This is an equally thorough and entertaining bible which has taken four years to research and write, gathering together all the great cake recipes from around the world. There are recipes from Europe, Scandinavia, the Middle East, the USA, the Caribbean, the Far East, Latin America, Australia, New Zealand, as well as ones from Iceland, South Africa, Patagonia and the Gulf States. There are large cakes, small cakes, plain cakes, fancy cakes, light cakes, rich cakes, fruit cakes, spicy cakes, apple, orange and lemon cakes, coffee and chocolate cakes, iced cakes, layer cakes, sponge and yeasted cakes. Included are recipes for brownies, cupcakes, muffins, macaroons, cheesecakes, parkins, pound cakes, streusels, gingerbreads and shortbreads.


Pages: 260


Dimensions: 185 x 246 mm


Publication Date: 30-10-2009


$45.00
European Festival Food

ISBN: 9781906502454

Author: Elisabeth Luard    Publisher: Grub Street

Since the earliest times the people of Europe have gathered together, either as families or as whole communities, to celebrate their traditional festivals. From...


Since the earliest times the people of Europe have gathered together, either as families or as whole communities, to celebrate their traditional festivals. From all over Europe from Scotland to the Mediterranean, from Hungary to Cornwall, Elisabeth Luard has collected descriptions of these traditional feasts and festivals, many of which she has experienced first hand, and hundreds of recipes for the dishes appropriate to them.


Pages: 544


Dimensions: 185 x 246 mm


Publication Date: 30-09-2009


$69.99
The Minichefs Cookbook

ISBN: 9781904943778

Author: Claire McAvoy    Publisher: Grub Street

Minichefs is a cookery school for children of all ages founded by Claire McAvoy seven years ago in the Channel Islands. Since the classes started Claire has tau...


Minichefs is a cookery school for children of all ages founded by Claire McAvoy seven years ago in the Channel Islands. Since the classes started Claire has taught thousands of children during the school holidays and at weekends, to prepare modern, healthy recipes emphasising that cooking can be fun as well as educational. The Minichefs Cookbook is the result of her years of helping children develop kitchen skills through taste, smell, touch, sight and sound. It contains Claire's personally developed child-friendly recipes and guidance on teaching your children to enjoy food and cooking. She uses fun and funky recipes which appeal to children and are simple to make.


Pages: 96


Dimensions: 189 x 189 mm


Publication Date: 30-09-2009


$34.99
English Puddings

ISBN: 9781906502485

Author: Mary Norwak    Publisher: Grub Street

Thanks to so many of today's star chefs producing classic hearty meals as their signature dishes, we are all rediscovering the delights of traditional puddings...


Thanks to so many of today's star chefs producing classic hearty meals as their signature dishes, we are all rediscovering the delights of traditional puddings, both sweet and savoury; Steak and Kidney Pudding, Pease Pudding and Bread and Butter Pudding are all now appearing on the smartest restaurant menus - and rightly so. The culinary pendulum is swinging back to a style of eating consisting of simple, unfussy plates of delicious slow-cooked meats and gently stewed seasonal fruits, many of which virtually cook themselves, and allowing us to eat well without expensive, imported ingredients. As well as a wonderful collection of recipes which spans flummeries, syllabubs, fools, fritters, dumplings, pies and tarts, Mary Norwak also gives us a fascinating insight into the history of all these now popular dishes.


Pages: 224


Dimensions: 175 x 248 x 13 mm


Publication Date: 01-09-2009


$39.99
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