The Cookbook Guru for January: Tessa Kiros’ Falling Cloudberries

Happy New Year!

It’s January, and that means easing ourselves into summer proper here in Brisbane and relaxing a little after the craziness of the celebration season.  I couldn’t think of  a better book to do this with that Tessa Kiros’ Falling Cloudberries.  No matter your climate, I’m sure there will be a recipe here for you to discover that will enter regular rotation in your kitchen.  I have a few already including her chickpea salad but can’t wait to discover more.

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If you haven’t worked out, I’m a fan of this book and should declare that even before selecting it for this month’s book club.  The thing I love about it is that it combines so many cuisines that I love to eat, Scandinavian crossed with Mediterranean and throw in a little of the South African modern food and you have beautiful recipes to delight the senses and just made for sharing at your table with family and friends.

I hope you enjoy exploring this book as much I’m looking forward to getting in and exploring it properly.

Remember when you post your contribution to tag The Cookbook Guru and link this post.  Plus make sure that you go to the link below and add your creation so that it gets included in the round up at the end of the month.

Happy Cooking & Happy Eating,

Leah

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11 Comments Add yours

  1. nancy@jamjnr.com says:

    After failing miserably to get involved in the December challenge (not through lack of cooking, just total lack of blogging!!) I’ll get involved in this one. I’ve seen this gorgeous book in bookshops but never taken the time to check out the recipes so now I have the perfect excuse.

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    1. Leah says:

      Merry Christmas! Hope you’ve had a wonderful time visiting home. Hope you enjoy exploring Tessa, she has some beautiful food.

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  2. Lindsey (Currie) Dubois says:

    Seriously. Just the color of the cover alone makes me want to buy the book. 🙂

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    1. Leah says:

      oh its beautiful really. Not vegan unfortunately, but some lovely homey style recipes that come from around the world. Its definiately on my favourite list. 🙂 Happy New Year!

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      1. Well, that sounds like an AMAZING book to treasure. 🙂

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  3. ohlidia says:

    Happy New Year Leah, and all the best in 2014!

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    1. Leah says:

      Happy New Year to you too! May your kitchen be full of good food and great company x

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  4. Food From Our Life says:

    Love this book! The Pizza base recipe, the lamb cooked with potatoes, tomatoes and onions, it never ends… so many wonderful recipes!

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    1. Leah says:

      Me too, I’m so excited to spend some time exploring it properly 🙂

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      1. Food From Our Life says:

        Enjoy 😀

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