Top 10 cookbooks to buy your foodie mum for Mother's Day

What better Mother’s Day gift for your foodie mum than a fabulous new cookbook? Check out our Ultimate Mother’s Day Cookbook Buyer’s Guide and you’re sure to discover a new book to fuel her foodie passion.

For the hostess with the mostess

Mary Berry Cooks

This brand new cookbook from Mary Berry is her ultimate guide to home entertaining, packed with gorgeous recipes to cook for family and friends.

Perfect Host

Guardian food writer Felicity Cloake knows how to feed a crowd and have fun. Over 150 ingenious recipes for every occasion.

A dream come true for chocoholics

Molly Bakes Chocolate

50 stylish chocolatey treats from London’s influential blogger and baker, Molly Bakes, with food photography to make you drool.

The Little Book of Chocolat

An intoxicating mix of chocolate magic, lore and recipes from Joanne Harris, the author of the Chocolat trilogy, and food writer Fran Warde.

Everyday inspiration

One Pot Wonders

Lindsey Bareham understands what busy modern cooks look for in a recipe – stunning flavour, fresh ideas and easy preparation. Everyone needs this book.

A Girl Called Jack

Amazing food needn’t cost a fortune. Jack Monroe is an exciting new voice in food writing – her book is bursting with money-saving foodie inspiration .

Family cooking with soul

Angela Hartnett’s Cucina

Be inspired by 140 classic recipes drawn from three generations of Italian family cooking, and bring the warmth of Angela Hartnett’s Italian kitchen into your home.

Mary McCartney’s Food

Mary McCartney’s laid-back, accessible vegetarian home cooking is a homage to the talent of her late mother, Linda. Family love shines through on every page.

A world of flavour

The Food of Italy

Claudia Roden’s classic exploration of Italian regional cuisine gets a much deserved reissue, with new recipes and gorgeous full-colour photography.

Comptoir Libanais

Middle eastern food has never been more popular. Let this wonderful book from Tony Kitous, with stunning photography by Dan Lepard, take you on a voyage of discovery.

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