BOOKS FOR COOKS

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Prue by Prue Leith (£25, Blue­bird) This is the Bake Off judge’s first cook­book in 25 years – and it’s well worth the wait. Con­tain­ing 100 of her favourite recipes, these are dishes ev­ery­one will love. Ex­pect fam­ily clas­sics, modern dishes for grown-ups, cosy puds and, of course, show­stop­ping bakes. Must-try recipe Ap­ple caramel cake

Shet­land by James & Tom Mor­ton (£25, Quadrille) Shet­land na­tives James and dad Tom – a baker and broad­caster, re­spec­tively – show­case the food of this wild, beau­ti­ful is­land. Sit­u­ated off the coast of Scot­land, Shet­land’s prox­im­ity to Nor­way gives the food a Scan­di­na­vian feel, with plenty of seafood, smok­ing and pick­ling. A fas­ci­nat­ing book. Must-try recipe Fresh mack­erel pâté

Mob Kitchen by Ben Le­bus (£14.99, Pav­il­ion

Books) This is packed with easy, quick, bud­get-friendly meals, each one feed­ing four or more for un­der a ten­ner – ge­nius! The dishes are all big on flavour, too, from lamb kofta cous­cous to co­conut fish curry. Guar­an­teed to re­vi­talise your meal­times. Must-try recipe Chicken fa­jita pi­laf

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