There's something really satisfying about cooking an amazing meal in your own kitchen, not least the leftovers.
Sabrina Ghayour£26.00 £24.70
Cynthia Shanmugalingam£26.00 £24.70
Olia Hercules£26.00 £24.70
Ixta Belfrage£26.00 £24.70
Debora Robertson£26.00 £24.70
The Book of Jewish Food: An Odyssey from Samarkand and Vilna to the Present Day - 25th Anniversary Edition
Claudia Roden£30.00 £28.50
Ella Risbridger£22.00 £20.90
Yotam Ottolenghi, Noor Murad, et al.£25.00 £23.75
The new book from the team at Ottolenghi is full of dishes you can make with ingredients you have in your cupboards at home (as long as you have pomegranate molasses).
Nigel Slater£30.00 £28.50
A new Nigel Slater, do we really need to say more? This is bound to be as essential as the Kitchen Diaries, and beautiful too.
Claudia Roden£28.00 £26.60
Home cooking for adventurous eaters - Claudia Roden brings the flavour of the Mediterranean to the kitchen table.
Rachel Roddy£25.00 £23.75
Pasta! In every shape and size, with sauces to go with! Just the thing if you're in a spag bol rut.
Ravneet Gill£20.00 £19.00
A celebration of sugar from the incomparable Ravneet Gill - everything you could ever want from the dessert trolley.
Rick Stein£26.00 £24.70
If you spent the summer in, or wishing you were in, Cornwall, this is the book to bring Kernow home. Pure bliss.
Ruby Tandoh£19.98 £18.98
Anna Jones£26.00 £24.70
Cooking for the good of the planet, and for the good of your washing up. The dream.
Clare Finney and Liz Seabrook£28.00 £26.60
Meera Sodha£20.00 £19.00
Meera Sodha's debut book is as much an essential as a good knife in the kitchen. We could eat her Mum's Chicken Curry twice a week forever.
Diana Henry£26.00 £24.70
What could be better than putting a dish in the oven and leaving it to get on with cooking while you curl up with a book? You can trust Diana Henry for recipes that just work.
Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver£35.00 £33.25
St John has been a staple of the London restaurant scene for over 25 years, and alumni from Fergus Henderson's kitchen have spread far and wide. This book brings it all back to Clerkenwell.
Samin Nosrat and Wendy MacNaughton£35.00 £33.25
Fundamentals of food from Samin Nosrat - particularly good if you like to experiment in the kitchen. And we loved the Netflix series with the same name.
Nigella Lawson£26.00 £24.70
Nigella's latest book is a return to her food writing roots, and we are here for it. We are also here for crab mac and cheese.
Ella Risbridger and Elisa Cunningham£22.00 £20.90
Ella Risbridger demonstrates that eating isn't just about sustenance, it's about nourishing the soul. And her ox cheek ragu is amazing.
Deb Perelman£25.00 £23.75
Could we live without Deb Perelman? Barely. Our weekly menus would be sorely reduced without her.
Laura Goodman£15.00 £14.25
The title basically says it all. But if the idea of a book with a chapter on Double Carbs appeals to you as much as it does to us (a lot), then you need this book.
FELICITY CLOAKE£12.99 £12.34
Felicity Cloake does the work so you don't have to* - this collection of tried and well-tested recipes is beyond essential. *you do still have to actually do the cooking.
Bill Granger£25.00 £23.75
You can taste the sunshine in Bill Granger's cooking, and isn't that what we all need at the moment?
Rukmini Iyer£17.98 £17.08
The Roasting Tin books are a phenomenon and with good reason - proof that good homemade food doesn't have to be complicated or require a lot of washing up.
Niki Segnit£20.00 £19.00
Yes, it's more bedside reading for foodies than an actual cookbook, but The Flavour Thesaurus is one of the most beautiful books we've seen, and absolutely fascinating.
Georgina Hayden£25.00 £23.75
Just the kind of food we want to eat in the Autumn and Winter, and perfect for long afternoons in a cosy kitchen.
LAURIE COLWIN£12.99 £12.34
Laurie Colwin's food writing is just the best, and her recipes are unmissable too.
Delia Smith£20.00 £19.00
It's Delia. Don't overthink it. Do make the sausage rolls, the kedgeree and the chilli.
Dan Morgenthau, Will Lander, et al.£30.00 £28.50
The next best thing to a meal out in Clerkenwell is cooking it at home... the downside is realising you could eat confit potatoes every day.
Rukmini Iyer£18.98 £18.03
Donna Hay£25.00 £23.75
John Pawson and Catherine Pawson£35.00 £33.25
Olia Hercules£26.00 £24.70
Kitty Tait and Al Tait£20.00 £19.00
Romy Gill£27.00 £25.65
Anna Higham£22.00 £20.90