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WANT TO MEET YOUR FAVOURITE COOK BOOK AUTHORS?

Join delicious. for Cookbook Confidential, a series of exclusive evenings at which inspiring food writers will discuss their food-related passions – all over a convivial glass of wine

One of the country’s leading publishers of cookery books, Octopus, has launched a series of monthly events, and delicious. is delighted to be the media partner. Over the coming months, Cookbook Confidential will offer a smorgasbord of top cookbook authors and culinary experts, who will share their wisdom and stories. The evenings are being held at Foyles’ flagship store in central London between 7pm and 8.30pm, and the ticket includes a glass of wine.

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May brings longer, warmer days and bank holidays, perfect for Peter Gordon's new salads, John Whaite's easy sharing feasts, meat-free dinner party mains and recipes that cook in the oven while you walk in the countryside. There's a 16-page section for Sabrina Ghayour to share her Middle Eastern-inspired cooking as well as new asparagus recipes, a guide to choux pastry and Ben Tish's salt hake fritters. And finally, we look for the best cheese toastie in the world.