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Every now and then one of our chef customers tells us ‘I’m writing a cookbook!’  We’re always excited for them and the pending arrival of a good book, but when Benjamin Cooper told us he was writing a Chin Chin book we couldn’t help but get really excited.
Chin Chin, if you haven’t been, is one [...]

A la Mere de Famille is a Parisian culinary icon. Selling artisanally crafted confections and confectionery since 1761, A La Mere has been home to 10 different families.
Now under the direction of the Dolfi family, A La Mere recently celebrated its 250th birthday continuing to sell some of the best chocolates, caramels, pates de [...]

In one of our windows today is one of the most awaited cookbooks for the year - Mugaritz: a natural science of cooking by Andoni Luis Aduriz.  We were so excited that we airfreighted it in, 4 weeks ahead of its local release.
Published by Phaidon Press, and designed ‘loosely’ as a ‘companion’ to Rene Redzepi’s [...]

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