Books for cooks

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Com­fort

by John Whaite (£19.99, Kyle)

Full of cosy recipes, this book by 2012 Bake Off win­ner John Whaite is per­fect for when the weather turns. Clever twists on dishes el­e­vate them to din­ner-party wor­thy stan­dard, from In­dian shep­herd’s pie with a sag aloo top to tar­ti­flette pizza (hello dou­ble carbs). Our must-try recipe Pe­can, cran­berry & dark choco­late pie River Cafe 30

by Ruth Rogers, Sian Wyn Owen & Joseph Triv­elli (£28, Ebury Press)

Lon­don’s iconic River Cafe restau­rant turned 30 this year, and to cel­e­brate, they’ve up­dated 90 recipes from the best-sell­ing 1994 River Café Cook­book and writ­ten 30 new ones, mak­ing this a bi­ble for fans of mod­ern Ital­ian food. Our must-try recipe Spaghetti al limone Feasts

by Sab­rina Ghay­our (£20, Mitchell Bea­z­ley)

This new col­lec­tion from the queen of Per­sian cookery makes en­ter­tain­ing a dod­dle. There are menu ideas for all oc­ca­sions built around her flavour-packed Mid­dle Eastern shar­ing food, whether it’s piles of colour­ful veg­eta­bles, spiced pies or mar­i­nated meat. Our must-try recipe Pork & fen­nel baklava

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