Sara Lewis demonstrates the versatility and simplicity of slow cooking in this comprehensive cookbook. Beginning with advice on how to use and look after your equipment, there are recipes (each listing preparation and cooking times) for breakfast, lunch and a main meal, including Berry Compote With Syllabub Cream, Roasted Vegetable Terrine and Olive and Lemon Meatballs, as well as vegetarian and spicy foods, desserts, preserves and drinks.
Pablo Picasso: To Color In
The Master of Modern Art
Suitable for both paints and pencils, this large-format colouring book reproduces 20 key works, and allows you to combine relaxation and learning as you study the originals and imitate the artists techniques. Includes advise on how to approach colouring, a biography and detailed commentary on each artwork, putting it in the context of the artist's life and career.
How to Decorate
Focusing on bright ideas and basic skills, this comprehensive book provides help with tasks such as choosing appropriate colours and materials, calculating how much wallpaper, paints or tiles you will need to buy, or making your own curtains. There are step-by-step instructions for jobs such as preparing surfaces and laying floors; chapters on decorating styles and how to approach various rooms; and advice on when to call in the professionals.
Gloriously Gluten Free: Fresh and Simple Gluten-Free
Fresh & Simple Gluten-Free Recipes for Healthy Eating Every Day
For people with coeliac disease who are gluten intolerant, or for those who simply prefer to avoid gluten as part of a healthy lifestyle, Susanna Booth offers dietary advice and presents over 100 recipes using gluten-free ingredients. There are recipes for soups and salads, main courses including pasta and pizzas, desserts and baking that will make gluten-free easy and appealing – and you can still have Hot Chocolate Pudding.
Your Menopause Bible
The Complete Practical Guide to Managing Your Menopause
This substantial guide provides practical and reassuring help on all aspects of the menopause, from recognizing and easing the effects of hormonal insufficiency to maintaining healthy bones and general wellbeing, and ensuring a satisfying sex life. Hormone therapy and its natural alternatives are covered, as is advice on healthy eating, exercise regimes and when to seek medical intervention for your symptoms. The text is accompanied by charts, photographs and illustrations. Felt-tip mark on upper trimmed edge.
Coloring for Mindfulness
Mesdemoiselles are the French illustrators Aurélie Castex and Claire Laude. For this colouring book they have created a quirky world of stylized cats – in harems, on the dance-floor, playing in a jazz band, trying on hats, hiding in trees – and generally having a lot of fun.
Around the World in 101 Patterns
Design, Doodle, Colour and Draw
Puppets from Thailand, Inca carvings from Peru, the New York skyline, and corals from the Great Barrier Reef: this book contains over 100 outline designs based on crafts, costume, architecture and wildlife from countries across the globe for you to colour or otherwise embellish. There are notes on the origins of each drawing and suggestions for how you might use or colour it.
William Morris Designs
A Colouring Book
The 19th-century writer, artist and textile designer William Morris was a leader of the Arts and Crafts movement, and his work is no less popular today. Now you can colour his timeless floral designs for yourself, and see if you can improve on perfection – or, if you prefer, reproduce his own colour schemes, since the original artwork is printed in full colour on the inside covers of the book.
We know that wholegrains should form a significant part of our diet; this imaginative collection of over 150 dishes tempts us to use them creatively. The book covers grains from around the world, from amaranth to wild rice, with an in-depth look at the culinary uses and nutritional benefits of each one. There are recipes for every meal, from breakfast cereals, pancakes and waffles, through cous cous and pasta, polenta and risottos, to cakes, cookies and sweets.
The Telegraph Centenary Crossword Collection
100 Landmark Puzzles from the Telegraph's Archives
The first known crossword was published in New York in 1913; to mark the centenary the puzzles editor of the Telegraph compiled this varied selection of favourite cryptic and quick crosswords from the paper's archives. It also contains puzzles of historical significance, such as the one produced for George V's Silver Jubilee and another that was used to recruit codebreakers for Bletchley Park. Solutions are provided.