Good things come in small packages, especially when it comes to My Petite Kitchen Cookbook. This little beauty has quickly become a fave of mine, with a ton of the recipes hitting our dining table. To find out more about this tome to simple eating, I caught up with the author, Eleanor Ozich.
Sophie Hansen has just released a book called Local is Lovely which celebrates fresh seasonal food, nice farmers and their produce. Recently I caught up with Sophie to get the lowdown on her new book. She also shared one of the yummy recipies you’ll find in Local is Lovely – Walnut, Honey and Carrot Cake – that I know you’re going to love!
Remember Callum Hann? He nabbed second spot in Series 2 of MasterChef Australia when he was only 19. Recently I caught up with Callum to get the lowdown on his new book, I’d Eat That! Simple Ways to Be A Better Cook. Plus, find out what I thought of I’d Eat That! after I put it through its paces in our family kitchen.
At the risk of turning her into a hipster baby, I couldn’t resist these Pantone Mini Books.
Ever thought that a little flirting is just as important as that 5-year university degree in getting ahead? Catherine Hakim’s new book, ‘Erotic Capital: The Power of Attraction in the Boardroom and the Bedroom’, argues that sex appeal is our most important asset and that not enough of us are using it…
Photographer Simon Weller, shows why South Africa’s township barbershops and salons are more than just places to get your hair styled.
Haunting. Futuristic. Monumental. Yugoslavia’s abandoned Spomenik sculptures are a visual statement like none other.
Look out Martha Stewart, ReadyMade 100 Project Manual presents 100 of the greatest DIY designs that might just put you out of a job!
Judge a book by its cover and bathe in the beauty of Jillian Tamaki’s hand-stitched covers for Penguin Deluxe Classics
Gwyneth Paltrow’s cooking book, My Father’s Daughter: Delicious, Easy Recipes Celebrating Family and Togetherness, drops this week. Unfortunately, much like her lifestyle site GOOP, it comes across as a wee bit patronizing. But fortunately, it does provide a few giggles.