Books

Books

Over the last 9 years we have taken those much loved and strongly supported food brands and created a series of iconic recipe books, again thinking outside the box we use these tried and tested ingredients in a new and unusual way. From Marmite to Guinness, Heinz Tomato Ketchup to Lyles Golden Syrup, Lea & Perrins Worcester Sauce to Horlicks and many more…These are mainstream books sold around the world and have even reached the status of ‘classic best -seller ‘ so we are not shy of working in close harmony with multi national companies or the deli on the corner. FoodShoots continues this tale of food creativity. Come and work with us. All our books are available via Amazon and all good book sellers.

The Marvellous Miniature Marmite Cookbook

The Marvellous Minature Marmite Cookbook 2012 Paul Hartley

The Marmite Cookbook was one of the cookbook retail phenomenons of the last decade with over 250,000 copies sold to date. Well, here is its little brother! It features forty very simple ideas: gravy with a real kick; the best roast potatoes ever; spaghetti laced with the most savoury buttery flavour; Bolognese that has had the umami ‘boot’ that only Marmite can deliver. Toast, cheese sauce, roast chicken, scones and devilled kidneys also get the full Marmite makeover. Beverages and sweets too are given a treatment, be it hot savoury drinks or Bloody Marys or perhaps you’d like to try your hand at a deliciously decadent Marmite truffle. Paul Hartley has created a book to dip into to rescue and transform a surprisingly broad range of dishes. An easy impulse buy for Marmite lovers everywhere. A perfect gift for anyone with a savoury molar or two. A miniature kitchen companion to service big savoury appetites everywhere.

The Horlicks Cookbook

The Horlicks Cookbook 2010 Paul Hartley

Yet another fantastic storecupboard title in Paul Hartley’s ever-popular series. The Horlicks Cookbook celebrates the unexpected versatility of the nation’s favourite bedtime drink. Demonstrating the versatility of this much-loved malt powder, Hartley has, in his latest addition to a tantalising line-up of storecupboard cookbooks, expanded his repertoire to include a wonderfully zestful and far from rest-inducing selection of recipes that will do more than just help you unwind for a good night’s sleep. With everything from exotic and tasty savoury dishes to irresistible sweet treats, this latest in his storecupboard series is guaranteed NOT to put you to sleep!

The Great British Storecupboard Cookbook

The Great British Storecupboard Cookbook 2009 Paul Hartley

A collated edition of some of the best recipes from the incredibly popular series of storecupboard cookbooks, featuring recipes made from a wonderful host of British condiments, namely: Marmite, HP Sauce, Colman’s Mustard, Lyle’s Golden Syrup, Lea & Perrin’s Worcestershire Sauce and Bovril. A bumper edition featuring 60 full-colour photographs.

The Bovril Cookbook

The Bovril Cookbook 2009 Paul Hartley

A beefy collection of 40 recipes, from the bestselling author who has ingeniously challenged our thinking regarding the limitations of some of our best-loved storecupbaord icons. He has found a world that goes way beyond the mere spreading onto toast, or squeezing into sandwiches – for Marmite, Colman’s Mustard, Worcestershire Sauce, Heinz Tomato Ketchup, Lyle’s Golden Syrup… and now HP Sauce. So here are casseroles with clout, suprisingly rich gravies, a stunning Onion Soup and marinading ideas galore – these are recipes we all want to cook, created in surprisingly easy and tasty new ways. The book is beautifully packaged with fun fillings of history and lore and stunning archive imagery from over 125 years of the nation’s favourite meaty stock.

The HP Sauce Cookbook

The HP Sauce Cookbook 2008 Paul Hartley

A saucy collection of 40 recipes, from the bestselling author who has ingeniously challenged our thinking regarding the limitations of some of our best-loved storecupbaord icons. He has found a world that goes way beyond the mere spreading onto toast, or squeezing into sandwiches – for Marmite, Colman’s Mustard, Worcestershire Sauce, Heinz Tomato Ketchup, Lyle’s Golden Syrup… and now HP Sauce. So here are casseroles with clout, suprisingly rich gravies, a brown Bloody Mary and meat marinading ideas galore – these are recipes we all want to cook, done in surprisingly easy and tasty new ways. The book is beautifully packaged with fun fillings of history and lore and stunning archive imagery from over 100 years of the nation’s favourite brown sauce.

The Lyle’s Golden Syrup Cookbook

The Lyle’s Golden Syrup Cookbook 2008 Paul Hartley

Paul Hartley coaxes, crafts and conjures 40 stunning sweet-tinged dishes from this golden kitchen elixir, the iconic store-cupboard staple loved by pancake flippers the world over. This is a wonderful selection of sweet and savoury treats which reflects the true versatility of this slow-flowing family favourite. Vintage archive images, together with a gloop of trivial tales, syrup specifics and magical moments from a glittering 125-year history, gild this very fine recipe collection.

The Lea & Perrin’s Worcestershire Sauce Cookbook

The Lea & Perrin’s Worcestershire Sauce Cookbook 2005 Paul Hartley

A piquant collection of 40 recipes, from the bestselling author who has ingeniously challenged our thinking regarding the limitations of some of our best-loved storecupbaord icons. He has found a world that goes way beyond the mere spreading onto toast, or squeezing into sandwiches – for Marmite, Colman’s Mustard, Heinz Tomato Ketchup, Lyle’s Golden Syrup… and Worcestershire Sauce. So here are recipes we all want to cook, created in surprisingly easy and tasty new ways. The book is beautifully packaged with fun fillings of history and lore and stunning archive imagery from almost 175 years of the nation’s favourite Worcestershire sauce.

The Marmite Cookbook

The Marmite Cookbook 2003 Paul Hartley

The incredible bestseller: over a quarter of a million copies have been sold to date. A love-it-or-hate-it gift book that celebrates one of the great icons of the British store-cupboard. Packed with great recipes, delightful illustrations and hilarious Marmite-related anecdotes, this power-packed recipe-come-gift book is the ultimate celebration of the 100-year-old icon beloved of gourmets, gourmands and trencherman alike. Even those that hate it will love it! A perfect combination of great recipes, eye-catching design, and witty, fascinating anecdote.

The Marmite World Cookbook

The Marmite World Cookbook 2003 Paul Hartley

In 2003, The Marmite Cookbook was published and quickly became the surprise bestseller of Christmas 2003. Now there’s another!

Love it or hate it, there’s no ignoring Marmite. The original Marmite Cookbook was described as being possibly the most divisive cookbook ever, in which case THE MARMITE WORLD COOKBOOK must be a very close second.

Paul Hartley’s culinary magic sees Marmite infiltrate itself into some of the finest and most far-flung cuisines of the world … slowly mingling into the tagines of North Africa and making audacious appearances in everything from Chicken Caesar Salad to Mexican Beanpot with Cornmeal Dumplings. Marmite pops up in Thai-style Oxtail Soup, Georgian Feast Bread, and Rump Steak Kebabs, and it even makes a cameo appearance in Jamaican Curried Goat. There really is no stopping this versatile spread in its globetrotting quest to lift great dishes to new-found Marmitey heights.

As well as being packed with fabulous recipes, THE MARMITE WORLD COOKBOOK is full of anecdotes, trivia and irresistible photography, making it a truly indispensable book for the Marmite faithful.